Q: Once I have finished ResolveHerpes, is the herpes virus removed from my system completely or is it left to lay dormant in my system?
A: If you have strictly followed the mineral detox as instructed, your body’s immune system should have eliminated the virus from every cell in your body.
Q: What blood test should I take to see if I am free of the herpes virus?
A: Once you have completed the mineral detox strictly as instructed, then you should know on your own when the virus has left your body because when the virus leaves your body you should no longer have outbreaks of the same frequency and intensity. Shortly after completing the detox, you can still experience “clearing” symptoms, but these should decrease in frequency over the following 3 to 9 months. Eventually, your outbreaks should stop completely. That process takes different time periods for different people. There is no one-size-fits-all time frame. It just depends on your own body, the level of virus in your body, how well you follow the instructions that came with the detox, and the health of your own body’s immune system. Moreover, while some customers do receive negative blood test results after completing the detox and waiting at least 90 days to test, there is no known blood test in the United States that can consistently and reliably show that the herpes virus has left the body because the antibodies to the virus will always remain and there is no known blood test in the United States that can differentiate between antibodies that are present due to a prior herpes infection and antibodies that are present due to a current herpes infection.
Most people are infected by herpes viruses early in childhood – 99 per cent of the population has at least one herpes virus. The most well-known is the virus that causes chickenpox. But there are many others that cause brief flu-like symptoms, and then seemingly disappear. The viruses don’t actually disappear at all – they just go “underground” in the tissues of the body. Researchers have discovered that these so-called ‘dormant’ viruses may actually be replicating at a very low level, causing cumulative damage that manifests itself in middle age. Many herpesviruses hide out in nerve tissue. People who have shingles often feel a burning pain in their nerves before the shingles appear. A certain group of herpes, viruses can hide in the connective tissue. It is theorized that these gamma viruses may be a hidden cause of rheumatoid arthritis and other connective tissue disorders. Could herpes cause Alzheimer’s disease? In another startling development, scientists have linked the Simplex I virus with Alzheimer’s disease. Apparently, the Simplex I virus can lodge in brain tissue and replicate at a very low level. Inflammatory reactions over years may eventually lead to Alzheimer’s disease.