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Quick and Easy Cold Sore Treatment
Home Health & Fitness Medicine
By: Denny Bodoh Email Article
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Yes, as soon as you can, apply some cold object to it.

No matter how far along your cold sore, ice is a very good cold sore treatment. It can reduce the cold sore event by 35% or more. It will also work with, and boost, any other treatment, whether oral or topical.

A great virus killer for surface use is alcohol. It can sting, if you have not numbed it with ice first, but it is the gold standard for keeping a wound clean and reducing infections.

Use a cotton ball or tissue to apply it. You do not want to contaminate your fingers and spread it to someone else or to another location on yourself.

To speed healing even faster, try using some fresh sap from the Aloe Vera plant leaf. Just break off an inch or so of a leaf and apply the sap to the wound. Be sure to use the alcohol, or some other germ killer first. Aloe can heal right over an infection.

Also, do not waste your time on bottled Aloe Vera. It just does not have the healing power. Get a live plant for home - they are available nearly anywhere. Every household should have one. Aloe Vera is useful for a great many things besides a cold sore treatment.

There you have it - one of my favorite cold sore treatment plans in a nutshell. It is a powerful plan you can use right this minute to heal that cold sore.

Yes, it is quite simple but it is a well proven and powerful three-step cold sore treatment.

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Excellent article - cold sores are really a huge trouble for me.
June 09, 2007 08:03:55
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