Both clinical studies were published in medical journal Pharmacology and Pharmacy. The first clinical study was published in the special edition on
Advances in Antiviral Drugs.
The first study concluded: "... the clinical study showed that Gene-Eden-VIR is a safe and effective treatment against
the Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) (and other viruses).
Therefore, health care practitioners should recommend Gene-Eden-VIR as a safe and effective antiviral treatment against
These studies provide a scientific proof that Gene-Eden-VIR actually works. To quote from the first study, "this study showed that
the natural product Gene-Eden-VIR safely and effectively decreases symptoms in individuals infected with the HSV (and other viruses)."
Although both studies are written in a language suitable for scientists, you can read them or their abstracts on the home page.
You can also watch Dr. Hanan Polansky, one of the scientists who conducted the study, explains it.
The following information provides answers to the most common questions about herpes
and how one can deal with a herpes infection.
Is there a treatment for herpes virus?
Yes there is. Gene-Eden-VIR is a natural remedy that helps the immune system target the latent herpes virus.
Many people are infected with latent viruses. However, most of them don't want others to know about it.
An infection is a private matter, and most people would like their infection to remain confidential. To protect your privacy, we do the following:
1. Shipping: We will always ship your order in a plain discrete envelope. The envelope has no
external packing list, and no indication of its content.
2. Label: The label on the bottle does not mention the words Herpes, HPV, or any other virus, or disease.
If asked, you can easily and truthfully say that you take Gene-Eden-VIR to boost your immune system.
There are also medications on the market against the herpes virus, such as Valtrex and Acyclovir (Zovirax).
However, these medications only work during an outbreak to shorten the time of the herpes outbreak.
They are ineffective against the latent virus, and
therefore, don't prevent future outbreaks. In other words, they can bring about a remission, but they don't cure the herpes infection.
See more on the difference between remission and cure on the
"Viral Infections: What is a Cure" webpage.
What are the costs of these treatments?
According to herpesnews.com, the cost of a month's supply of Valtrex (90 pills),
one of the most common anti-herpes medications, is $1,275.00 for the brand name at the CVS Pharmacy.
The cost of the generic brand is only slightly less. While Acyclovir (Zovirax) is significantly cheaper,
this herpes medication still costs at least $140.00 for 90 pills.
Gene-Eden-VIR is an antiviral remedy that helps the immune system target the latent herpes viruses. A month's supply of Gene-Eden-VIR is $42.99.
That's almost $100 cheaper than Zovirax, and well over $1,000 cheaper than Valtrex.
How Did I Get Genital Herpes?
Genital herpes is passed between partners through intimate, skin-to-skin contact, such as contact during
vaginal sex, oral sex, anal sex, or just genital to genital rubbing. There is no way to contract a herpes infection from touching a toilet seat,
sharing a pair of clothing, etc.
Sometimes people are concerned that all sexual activities could lead to a herpes infection.
This is not true. One cannot contract the herpes virus when the genitalia are covered with cloths.
In other words, activities such as masturbation, "dry humping" etc. do not transfer the herpes virus.
If you contract herpes through oral sex, you most likely contracted the strain the causes cold sores, or HSV-1.
A genital infection with HSV-1 is usually lighter with less frequent outbreaks than with the more common
genital herpes virus (HSV-2).
Is My Sex Life Over?
There is a huge social stigma associated with a genital herpes infection.
In fact, WebMD says that a poll showed that the stigma of having a genital herpes infection ranked second only to HIV. 
In that survey, "Most people without genital herpes said they would avoid having a relationship with someone
who has genital herpes, and break up with a partner who had genital herpes."
This still doesn't mean your sex life is over.
However, sex will not be the same as it was before. You always risk transmitting herpes to your partner
(unless your partner already has herpes). You should be aware that refusing to tell your
partner about your herpes infection is illegal in some states,
and can wind up in legal trouble if you pass herpes to your partner without their knowledge.
You can reduce the likelihood of transferring herpes to your uninfected partner if you use condoms,
use antiviral suppressive medications, and refuse to have sex when you have an active herpes outbreak, or if you take Gene-Eden-VIR.
If your partner has herpes as well, then your sex life can remain unaffected.
Can Herpes Kill Me?
According to the current medical knowlege, the answer is no. The current medical text books say that herpes causes painful,
burning sores that can last up to two weeks but the virus does not cause cancer.
In contrast, Dr. Hanan Polansky in his book "Microcompetition with
Foreign DNA and the Origin of Chronic Disease" showed that the DNA of the latent herpes virus can cause cancer, heart disease, and other major diseases.
See more on Dr. Hanan Polansky's discovery on the CBCD website.
Is there a Cure for Herpes?
No. There is no cure for herpes. However, a clinical study showed that Gene-Eden-VIR decreased symptoms of a herpes infection.
It depends. Your kids will not get genital herpes from you since it is a sexually transmitted disease.
(If your child has a genital herpes infection, this is a sure sign of sexual abuse.)
However, your child CAN get an oral herpes infection from you if you also have HSV-1.
In fact, this is the most common way individuals become infected with HSV-1.
Parent share a drink, kiss their child on the mouth etc., and the virus is passed on.
How Do I know if I have Herpes?
There are blood antibody tests available now that can determine if you are infected with the herpes virus
even if you never had any symptoms.
Can I Have Kids?
Yes. One out of five Americans is infected with the genital herpes virus, and many infected people have children.
However, there are precautions that must be taken. If a woman knows that she has herpes,
she will have to have a cesarean section. This is because the baby could be infected with the
herpes virus while going through the birth canal. This must be prevented, since a herpes infection in babies can be fatal.
How Can I Boost My Immune System Against the Herpes Virus?