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Cold Sore Balm
This item is currently sold out. It will be back in stock by the end of October.
Incredibly powerful supportive herbs which may help to support the bodies immune response and skin:
Active ingredients are:
Lemon Balm - better known for making tea, this amazing herb has been scientifically established as inhibiting Herpes viruses. Clinical trials concluded that when used on Herpes simplex infections it made skin heal more quickly, increased the intervals between recurring infections, prevented the spread of the virus and gave rapid relief from symptoms. Lemon Balm is a strong anti-oxidant with an anti-inflammatory component.
Hypericum - a much prized and useful herb, this plant is an antiseptic and has a proven antiviral action against herpes viruses. It has a long tradition of being used topically to heal a wide range of skin complaints. In Greece the herb is used topically to treat shingles.
Pau d’arco - a South American herb with centuries of traditional use, it has been known in the west only since the 19th Century. Pau d’arco has strong antimicrobial properties, is active against Herpes viruses and is anti-inflammatory.
Wheatgerm oil - is rich in vitamin A, D and E and is also antioxidant. It helps to soothe irritation and nourish the skin whilst encouraging healing and reduce scarring.
Thyme & Tea tree oils - provides a broad spectrum antimicrobial action against a range of fungi, bacteria and viruses.
Thyme Heal’s Cold Sore Balm not only targets Herpes viruses it also helps to heal skin and prevent secondary infections. Use of Cold Sore Balm helps break the cycle of recurring Herpes infections as well as healing infections quickly. It should be used at the first sign of nerve “tingling” or throughout the infection phase and may be applied as often as required.
Please note that currently we only send within New Zealand.
Size: 15 grams - Price: NZ$14.00
Always read the label and use only as directed.
If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.