by Angela Kaelin, Jun 17, 2009
HPV is a generally benign condition for which there is a common sense herbal treatment.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is an extremely common viral infection that may or may not produce symptoms. A document entitled, “Expanded use for HPV Test,” FDA Patient Safety News: Show #16, June 2003, available at the FDA’s website states, “… having the virus increases the risk of cervical cancer. But they should also understand that HPV infections are common, that most of them resolve on their own, and that only a very small proportion of these infections lead to cancer.”
So, according to the above information from the FDA, most HPV infections are neutralized by the body’s own immune system. The fact that the infections or so common that a clear connection between HPV and cervical cancer could not possibly be established by any thinking person has not prevented the FDA making such a link, anyway. And based on this weak data, a vaccine has been developed that is supposed to protect children as young as 9-years from HPV, a sexually transmitted disease.
Many women and parents of adult children have been frightened into allowing themselves or their children to be injected with this vaccine, known in the United States as Gardasil, with varying results, a number of which have been debilitating and even deadly. Please see the blog of Audrey Kitching, who wrote, “Gardasil, the Vaccine that Almost Killed Me, and Maybe You.” For those people who still have concerns about this relatively benign condition and the common virus (HPV), there is an herbal remedy.
This combination of herbs comes from Hanna Kroeger’s book, “Heal Your Life with Home Remedies and Herbs. She recommends the following to eliminate HPV. Any sex partners should be treated at the same time: “Blue flag, blue malva, blue vervain, papaya leaves and mullein. Drink concord juice daily.”
This herbal combination is available from Kroeger Herbs in capsules at a cost of about $10.00 per bottle. It is called “Pap.” Take one bottle of this remedy, then test the body using medical radiesthesia. A homeopathic remedy called “HPV” is also available from some online stores and can be used in conjunction with the herbal remedy.
For further research:
Gardasil HPV Vaccine Hoax Exposed
& Drug Administration (FDA), Expanded use for HPV Test,” FDA Patient Safety News: Show #16, June 2003. http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/psn/printer.cfm?id=127
Kroeger, Hanna. Heal Your Life with Home Remedies and Herbs. Hay House, Inc., Carlsbad, CA, 1981, P. 20
Kitching, Audrey. Audrey Kitching’s Blog, “The Vaccine that Almost Killed Me,” http://audrey.buzznet.com/user/journal/4156701/gardasil-vaccine-almost-killed-maybe/?cp=1#comtop