It’s Cold Sore Season… Here’s What You Can Do!
Clinical Herbalist Reviewed on November 11, 2011 by Paulina Nelega, RH
As many sufferers know, winter often means painful cold sore outbreaks. So, what can you do to avoid getting them again this year, as the colder weather approaches?
Keeping your immune system strong is, undoubtedly, your best defense. To that end, eating well, maintaining a healthy work-life balance (including effective stress management techniques), and getting adequate sleep are the foundations to ensuring you – and your immune system – stay in top form this season!
You can also use Trilex™ Cold Sore Remedy. It’s specially formulated to keep your immune system strong and help prevent cold sore outbreaks. How does Trilex™ do this?
Trilex™ contains a powerful and proven combination of herbs and nutrients that work together to strengthen the immune system and help overcome infections faster, including cold sore and blister outbreaks. Along with its multiple herbs, Trilex™ contains lysine, an essential amino acid that has been shown to inhibit replication of the virus that causes cold sores, and which may further decrease frequency and duration of outbreaks. This unique combination enables Trilex™ to do what any single ingredient on its own simply cannot.
When all is said and done, though, it’s the success of our customers that speaks for itself. Here’s what some of our Trilex™ customers had to say recently:
“I tried everything else under the sun and nothing worked. Some stuff made the breakouts last shorter but only Trilex actually prevented them from even coming out. For me, it has literally been life changing…!!”
Facebook Fan from Florida
“… I took Trilex as soon as I felt the sore. By that time it was already visible on my lip. I am happy to report that the sore never fully bloomed…Taking Trilex shortened the length of the cold sore from the usual 2-3 weeks down to one week. It worked.”
Facebook Fan from New York
Paulina Nelega, RH, has been in private practice as a Clinical Herbalist for over 15 years. She has developed and taught courses in herbal medicine, and her articles on health have appeared in numerous publications. She is very passionate about the healing power of nature. Ask Dr. Jan