Herpes is a common name for a family of viruses that causes various diseases in humans and animals, the most prevalent one among them appears as blisters on the skin, mostly on the lips and genitals. The herpes is passing through tiny cracks in the skin in order to penetrate the body. When the skin is completely healthy, it won’t allow the herpes to enter the body. The dietary supplements of Tivoni are helping the body to deal with the herpes and improve the performance of defense system. An inner balance will lead to a significant reduction of the disease, or to its complete disappearance.

Treatment by Tivoni

HerpesDirection for useMonthly
Internal treatment:
DigesTiv1-2 capsules, 3 times a day, 15-30 minutes before meal.2 Boxes
CareTivInfants: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com
Children: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com
Adults: 2-3 capsules, twice a day, about 30 minutes far from meal.2-3 Boxes
External treatment:
DigesTiv - open capsule for external usePour the content of the capsule to a small bowl and add warm water until you get a doughy ointment. After a few minutes spread the ointment several times.2 Boxes
*For the most comprehensive and precise treatment, and in severe cases, please contact the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com

Did you know?

The herpes virus exists in the bodies of many people, but is not active for years.

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Herpes HSV-1 (simplex) is a contagious disease, often transmitted by skin contact with the disease carrier, or by touching an object that has used by the disease carrier.

The herpes operates as follows: the virus’s genetic material is integrating in the DNA of nerve cells of the sympathetic nervous system and comes back to the skin through it.

Symptoms of Herpes

The main symptom of the herpes is blisters full of clear fluid and surrounded by reddish skin. It may be accompanied by fever, burning or stinging and tingling or a light pain in the lips corners.

Types of Herpes

The herpes family includes several types of viruses:

  • Herpes simplex (HSV-1) the virus creating the known blisters on the lips and around them.
  • Herpes simplex 2 (HSV-2) attacks the genitals and their surroundings.
  • Varicella-zoster virus (VZV)shingles.
  • Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)mononucleosis, lymphoma named after Brackett, throat cancer.
  • CMV virus mononucleosis, retinitis
  • Sarcoma rubella