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Kambo and Herpes
« on: January 09, 2013, 03:23:27 am »
Hello,

I recently contracted HSV2 and I am desperately looking for a way to cure it (I know there is) and I think opening your mind through psychedelics may be the panacea we are all looking for. I was wondering if anyone had any information any at all about kambo and the effect it has on herpes?

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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2013, 07:05:07 am »
You need lots of anti-virals for herpes.

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ANTI-HERPES PROPERTIES.  Dr. Gary Null, mentioned above, places camu as #1 in effectiveness out of a list of 18 herbs for its anti-herpetic properties.  Herpes can take many forms, from the common cold sores to genital herpes and shingles, and in total affects about 80% of the US population.  Among practitioners who recommend it, camu is reputed to be faster and more effective against herpes than any other natural substance.  Some people who are very prone to outbreaks take a small amount daily as a preventative.  Others take an extra dose if they feel the tingling pain which precedes the formation of herpes blisters.  Loading up on camu can often ward off colds and flus as well.
http://www.greenwillowtree.com/Page.bok?file=camu.html


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Gynura procumbens
 (Lour.) Merr. is one of the important medicinal plants
in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Korea and Philippines. It is known as
‘Sambung Nyawa’ in Malay and as ‘bai bing ca’ in Chinese language. It
belongs to the Asteraceae (Compositae) plant family.  It is distributed in
Western and central Africa, and from southern China throughout
continental South-East Asia and Papua New Guinea. It is cultivated (at
marginal scale) in Malaysia and has limited distribution to the western part
of peninsular Malaysia. This plant is used in the traditional treatment of
various health aliments  [1] such as fever, constipation, kidney diseases,
rheumatism, viral diseases of skin, rashes, migraine, and cancer [1]. The
leaves of this plant have anti-herpes simplex virus [2], anti-hyperglycemic
[3], anti-inflammatory [4], anti hyperlipidemic [5], anti-allergy agent and
antihypertensive [6] properties. The leaves of this plant are often consumed
in diet; and research shows that leaves contents are not having any toxic
effects [1]. The leaves contain fl
http://www.bioinformation.net/005/004200052010.pdf

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A polysaccharide fraction from medicinal herb Prunella vulgaris downregulates the expression of herpes simplex virus antigen in Vero cells.
J Ethnopharmacol. 2004.
Herpes simplex viruses are pathogenic. With the emergence of drug-resistant strains of Herpes simplex virus, new antiviral agents, especially those with different modes of action, are urgently needed. Prunella vulgaris, a perennial plant commonly found in China and Europe, has long been used as a folk medicine to cure ailments. In this study, a polysaccharide fraction was prepared from Prunella vulgaris, and its effects on the expressions of Herpes simplex virus-1 and Herpes simplex virus-2 antigens in their host Vero cells were investigated with flow cytometry. The Herpes simplex virus antigen increased time-dependently in the infected cells, and Prunella vulgaris reduced its expression. The effective concentrations of Prunella vulgaris with 50% reductions of the Herpes simplex virus-1 and Herpes simplex virus-2 antigens were 20 and 20 microg/ml, respectively. The novelty of Prunella vulgaris is that it also reduces the antigen expression of acyclovir-resistant strain of Herpes simplex virus-1. After incubations with 25-100 microg/ml of Prunella vulgaris the Herpes simplex virus antigen-positive cells were reduced by 24-92%, respectively, showing that this polysaccharide fraction has a different mode of anti-Herpes simplex virus action from acyclovir. Results from this study show that Prunella vulgaris is effective against both the Herpes simplex virus-1 and Herpes simplex virus-2 infections, and flow cytometry offers a quantitative and highly reproducible anti-Herpes simplex virus drug-susceptibility assay.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15182906





Olive leaf extract
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The active ingredients found in olive leaves are oleuropein (phytochemical), calcium elenolate and elenol acid, which are considered as natural antimicrobial agents. They make the virus inactive by acting on the outer protein coating. With regular usage of olive leaf extract, herpes simplex virus are destroyed or rendered nonfunctional. Besides these main components, olive leaf contains esters, hydroxytyrosol, polyphenols, flavonoids and several other antioxidant molecules, which collectively help in treating the symptoms of herpes
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/olive-leaf-extract-for-herpes.html

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Did you know that as many as 90% of us have been exposed to this viral infection? And most people who have it show no symptoms! In 1969 the research of Dr. Renis working with the Upjohn company, proved that a compound of oleuropein from the olive leaf could kill all viruses, including the herpes virus(simplex, zoster, both oral and genital), against which it was tested. The virucidal activity of oleuropein was due to its interaction with the protein coat of the virus and not with its genetic material.

Olive leaf contains Oleurpein. When Oleuropein is taken orally it has been found to enhance immune function and in lab tests to be highly virucidal (kills viruses) including Herpes simplex type I, Herpes simplex type II, Herpes zoster,

Dr. Renis proved that oleuropein from olive leaf extract could kill herpes virus. In 1992 French biologists found that all of the herpes viruses were inhibited or killed by olive leaf. They included 28 references to the anti-viral action of oleuropein in their report. Olive leaf extract has an ability to interfere with critical amino acid production essential for viruses. It can penetrate infected cells directly and stop viral replication.

http://www.olivus.com/herpes_olive_tea.htm






Cat's Claw
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According to a 2009 report in the American Journal of Health System Pharmacy, Cat's Claw is a woody vine that grows wild in many parts of Central and South America. The inner bark of cat's claw has been used to make liquid extracts, capsules, teas and topical preparations that have been used for over 2,000 years in the treatment of conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, cancer, arthritis and viral infections such as herpes and HIV. Though clinical trial data are lacking, in vitro (cell culture) studies suggest that Cat's Claw has antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and immune-stimulating properties that could help diminish viral replication and promote healing of lesions in herpes. According to NCCAM, when taken at recommended doses, cat's claw is associated with a low rate of side effects such as headache, dizziness and vomiting.


Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/82969-alternative-remedies-herpes/#ixzz26X8f7aK5




Cancer Bush or Sutherlandia Frutescens is anti-viral and has been traditionally used against herpes.

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Ms. ------ , a 43 year old business person contracted CFS after a ‘flu like illness in 1996. She consulted me initially in 1999, at the time fulfilling the CDC and Oxford criteria for CFS. She was functioning on a Karnofsky scale of 70% at the time, being unable to fulfill a full day’s work.
Complicating the syndrome was an almost monthly recurrence of Type II herpes infection for which she was taking Zelitrex (Valaciclovir) constantly. We embarked on a pyramidal treatment program including enterohepatic, mitochondrial , neuroendocrine and immune support. She did well on the program over eight months, but still had significant recurrence of the Herpes lesions. She was able to go back to work but could not exercise without relapsing.
We commenced treatment with Sutherlandia in September 2000 after I heard about it at the South African Complementary Medicine Association (SACMA) conference. She had one more outbreak of herpes in October 2000 and since then had no recurrences. Her clinical condition also improved even further, notably improvements in the fatigue and her exercise tolerance. An Exercise test performed in a physiology lab show her to be only mildly exercise intolerant on the 24.October 2000. We have kept her on Sutherlandia, and to date the patient remains well-functioning with a Karnofsky scale of 90%.
http://www.sutherlandia.org/chronic-fatigue-syndrome.html



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extract prepared from mango (Mangifera indica) stem bark has been a traditional South and Central American remedy for a variety of conditions, including herpes.
http://www.livestrong.com/article/82969-alternative-remedies-herpes/#ixzz26XBydGkb


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Stimulates the immune system to such a positive degree that it has been traditionally used as a primary treatment for viruses, such as flu, herpes or hepatitis.
http://www.bewellbuzz.com/general/top-5-super-herbs-you-should-be-using/

pine cone extract
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These antitumor substances were also potent antiviral agents against human immunodeficiency virus, herpes simplex virus and influenza virus;
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1648335

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n experiment using radiolabeled virus particles indicated that the anti-HSV effect of both Fr. VI and lignin was attributable to interference with virus adsorption to these cells rather than to inhibition of virus penetration into the cells.
I think this is basically saying the molecules in the plant bind to herpes and trap them. idk

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2546481
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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2013, 07:06:46 am »
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Mushroom extracts including the Gypsy mushroom, Oyster mushroom, Shiitake, Reishi and Chaga have been found to have significant activity against the herpes simplex I and II viruses, and they are well-known to bolster the immune system in a variety of ways. Much of the earlier research on mushroom extracts was done in Japan and China until recently. Now we are seeing more promising studies in microbiology laboratories and cancer centers throughout the west. Mushroom extracts help strengthen the immune defenses, support the probiotics and fight many potentially pathogenic microorganisms that may threaten our well-being.

http://www.wisdomofhealing.com/2005/09/30/cold-sores-and-shingles/

The antiviral results proved Chaga to be a very potent antiviral agent (rendering the viruses “completely inhibited.”

http://www.ronsblogworld.com/?p=1850

"Chaga has the highest ORAC score ever recorded in any natural food!"
http://www.prlog.org/10909725-chaga-has-the-highest-orac-score-ever-recorded-in-any-natural-food-65-times-more-than-acai-berry.html

Oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) is a method of measuring antioxidant capacities in biological samples in vitro.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxygen_radical_absorbance_capacity

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ORAC scores for the Top 13 Antioxidant Foods (per 100 grams)
1) Raw Cacao powder*   95,500
2) Guayusa**   65,900
3) Raw Cacao nibs*   62,100
4) Roasted Cacao powder   26,000
5) Lycii (Goji) Berries*   25,300
6) Acai Berries*   18,500
7) Dark Chocolate   13,120
8 ) Milk Chocolate   6,740
9) Prunes   5,770
10) Raisins   2,830
11) Blueberries   2,400
12) Blackberries   2,036
13) Kale   1,770
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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2013, 07:12:06 am »
http://barlowesherbalelixirs.com/anti-viral.html

Good list of anti-virals shown effective against herpes with links to proven studies.

includes Neem oil which is actually the most used form of birth control in India. Men take it regularly because it temporarily renders their sperm impotent due to it stimulating the immune system. It can be used as a spermicidal lubricant which is also an ant-bacterial & anti-viral; protects against STDs. ¿I believe a female can also take a large amount as a sort of morning after pill.
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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2013, 12:06:09 pm »
Thanks for all the information guys but what about regarding kambo and herpes?

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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #5 on: January 09, 2013, 01:08:42 pm »
I would think it would definitely help. And possibly completely cure it after a couple treatments, but i have no proof.
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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #6 on: January 10, 2013, 07:14:20 am »
That's awesome where would I go to get treated with Kambo. What I'm doing right now is a 40 day juice fast with herbal antiviral teas and then I'm going to do an iboga detox and then an ayahuasca ceremony down in peru and while I was down there I was going to try and find a tribe somewhere that uses Kambo any suggestions??

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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #7 on: January 13, 2013, 08:31:02 pm »
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I recently contracted HSV2 and I am desperately looking for a way to cure it (I know there is) and I think opening your mind through psychedelics may be the panacea we are all looking for.

DESPERATE!  Yes that's where you will need to place the motivation in the reigns of tackle the problem and nip it in the bud.  More than likely from what I can infer the best way is to find a Kambo healer or to self treat.  Native tribes unless the Katukina, don't seem to be bent on treating individuals in the specific way and intensive way that we can now using meridian knowledge and Giovanni Lattanzi's work.  So as weird as it sounds more than likely the West will be your best opportunity and Peru or the Matses (Jaguar people) might not.  They don't seem to use it like a doctor would like Gio, I and a view others do. 

With serious conditions an intensive treatment plan is rather necessary.  Along with specifically applying to meridians.  I doubt the native tribes will follow that protocol.  At least I don't think they do.  The Katukina are the one tribe that really specialize in Kambo as their main sacrament but there in Brazil.

Kambo is not a psychedelic btw. 

Excellent info on the post!  My gosh Pchild working overtime. 

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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2013, 10:54:01 pm »
Would I be able to get in contact with Gio I really want to get healed, I am juice fasting right now and drinking all the antiviral teas I can, and the herpes has gotten into my eye so I really need to find a way to contact him or something and I'm heading to california tmrw to go to mexico so I can get in a better environment and run and juice fast.

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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2013, 11:35:48 pm »
Ok so I had 4 grand, I was originally going to live with the matses for a month and have them heal me but after you told me to self heal I figured I'd find a way to buy the sticks so I went and bought 4 grand worth (500 sticks) This may have been way too much but once I learn how to heal myself I am going to heal other people (my friend just contracted hep c).... So can any of you point me towards someone (you mentioned in the west) who can show me how to use this stuff and heal myself?

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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #10 on: January 15, 2013, 08:19:49 am »
I don't know anyone I could point you to. But I taught myself how to use Kambo by reading this forum. I read every post on this forum, watched a few vids and read a few articles on Kambo. My first Kambo experience was on myself. It is a simple process. But wow 500 sticks!? I hope you got a good quantity discount. lol That is a lot considering each stick has about 10 doses worth. 50 dots.

I will hopefully be treating a friend with Kambo today.

BTW KIAP, it won't allow me to upload pictures to this forum. Any idea why? I'd like to post some kambo pictures. I feel the forum is lacking in kambo pictures. Esp ones on meridians can help build and memorize a mental picture of the meridians in the body.
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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #11 on: January 15, 2013, 12:32:27 pm »
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so I went and bought 4 grand worth (500 sticks)

WTF!???!!!

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BTW KIAP, it won't allow me to upload pictures to this forum. Any idea why? I'd like to post some kambo pictures. I feel the forum is lacking in kambo pictures. Esp ones on meridians can help build and memorize a mental picture of the meridians in the body.

I don't know how to get the pictures running.  If you want or no how I'll change your status to moderator.  PM if your up for that.  The Traveler doesn't have time to help out here even when I ask him to and I lack the necessary skills to fix issues on this forum. 

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Re: Kambo and Herpes
« Reply #12 on: January 15, 2013, 08:02:41 pm »
one thing you can do is make a hotmail account and make a sky drive account and upload the pictures there and post links to the pictures or albums here.