Whilst researching Spirulina for the different types of conditions that Spirulina helps with, we have come across evidence (1) that Spirulina can also help alleviate Herpes. This Mexican study (1) that is lodged with the US National Library of Medicine found it was effective to inhibit the herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) virus. This Israeli hospital also suggests that it may be a helpful Natural Supplement For Herpes.*
Evidence from a Japanese study (2) further describes how Spirulina “inhibited” the Herpes simplex virus type 1.
If you or a loved one suffer from periodic outbreaks of Herpes, you may wish to try the Spirulina super food. It may help to raise your defences against viruses, and help to prevent, or slowly build up your immune system, to prevent outbreaks of herpes*.
It may be worth your while exploring our site further, as we have either experienced or found numerous conditions where this astonishing super food supplement appears to help, including*:
Andropause (male menopause)
Helping to stabilise blood sugar levels in diabetics,
Boosts energy levels
Eases symptoms of Macular Degeneration
But ALWAYS under the guidance of a doctor or medical professional*.
You might find it hard to believe, when you have searched for a Natural Supplement For Herpes, but Spirulina is loaded with nutrients. One gram of spirulina is the equivalent of 1 kilo of fruit and vegetables in terms of nutrients. Check this video for more details:
Origin & History of Spirulina
The history of Spirulina is fascinating. You can find details of its origin and its history on our page, “What is spirulina about?”
We also explain the importance of selecting the right Spirulina for you.
Spirulina FAQs are here
(1) Hernández-Corona A1, Nieves I, Meckes M, Chamorro G, Barron BL. Departamento de Microbiologi;a, Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, IPN, Carpio y Plan de Ayala S/N Casco de Santo Tomás, Apartado Postal 102, México, DF 11340, Mexico.
(2) Calcium spirulan, an inhibitor of enveloped virus replication….
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences & School of Medicine, Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University, Japan.
*Please see our “About” page*. & click through to visit our page on the history of Spirulina, to learn more. Nothing on this website should be interpreted as personal medical advice. Always consult a qualified Doctor or health care professional before changing anything related to your healthcare.