Two-thirds of the world’s population under 50 has herpes, declared the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday October 28th 2015 (1); that’s 3.7 billion people under the age of 50 and the virus is considered to be incurable.
Technically, there are two kinds of herpes viruses: HSV-1 that can induce cold sores, and HSV-2 that commonly causes genital ulcers. However the herpes simplex 1 virus (HSV-1) can also cause sores on the genitals — and oral sex is becoming a major way it’s being transmitted, WHO reported in the “Public Library of Science Journal PLoS ONE”. Both types can be treated with the same antiviral drugs but the drugs just control the virus – they cannot cure an infection (1).
In the 1980s, Dr. Mirko Beljanski’s research demonstrated the anti-viral action of extracts of Pao pereira (formerly known as PB-100), made from the bark of a tree that grows in the Amazon Rain Forest. Dr. Beljanski showed that the extract inhibits the replication of several retroviruses that infect plants (TMV), birds (AEV) and cats (FIV). These results led to his work on the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) first presented in 1990.(2). In 1994 the results of a clinical trial performed on people with AIDS and treated orally with Pao pereira for 12 months, were published, confirming the safety of the extract, the improvement of lymphocyte subpopulations (T4 / T8 ratio), and positive indications along various other parameters. During this trial, patients did not develop opportunistic diseases so common with other therapies.(3)
The French book “Enquête sur un survivant illégal” (“Investigation About an Illegal Survivor”) available on Amazon.fr, (4) is about a lifeguard, Gérard Weidlich, who had been infected while performing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation reviving a drowning victim. The analysis showed that the person was infected with AIDS and the herpes viruses. Gerard was infected with both viruses and developed opportunistic infections. The book tells how, treated with Beljanski Pao pereira extracts, Gerard’s herpes disappeared very quickly and the HIV viral load dropped and never recurred.
According to several testimonials, it seems that the most effective way is to take 10 capsules of Pao Pereira daily at the onset of herpes lesions, whether it is genital or labial herpes. The improvement is noticeable in a few days, but it is recommended to take this treatment for two months and repeat it regularly at 3 to 4 months intervals for the eruption episode to be interspaced.
(2) M. Beljanski. La Prevention. Les Entretiens Internationaux de Monaco. Editions du Rocher, 1990.
(3) “Tolerance and Feasibility of a 12-Month Therapy Using the Antiretroviral Agent PB100 in AIDS-Related Complex Patients.” D.Donadio et al. Dtsch.Zschr.Onkol. 26, 6 (1994).
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