Cold Sore Inhibitor

Studies, Trials, Doctors and Testimonials report that early application of the Viral Inhibitor stops pain, prevents blisters, and eliminates sores!


How the Inhibitor works


There is no cure for Herpes viral attacks. Viruses cannot be killed because they are not alive. Viral attacks, like the common cold, are acquired from an infected person. The tiny virus, 100,000 times smaller than a human cell, is a short protein strand similar to a piece of DNA. Unlike bacteria and germs, viruses are not alive, do not consume food, and cannot be killed with antibiotics.

Tiny viruses pass through thin cell walls. Cells, unable to differentiate between DNA and viral protein strands, make billions of copies. These cells burst, infesting adjacent cells. The immune system alerted by cell damage, alters the cell walls, making it more difficult for the virus to enter. Then the body’s immune system floods the area with fluids to dilute and flush out the virus. The body reacts with runny nose, congestion, coughing, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.

A few viruses enter soft tissues, lying dormant, until a new attack is triggered. With Herpes viruses, the body flushes out viruses in blisters and weeping lesions. However, a few Herpes viruses remain, enter nerves, and are inhibited.

Why do Herpes become dormant in the nerves? Nerves conduct signals. These signals attract and guide Herpes viruses into the nerves, inhibiting them. Herpes viruses remain dormant until triggered by nervousness, sun exposure, fatigue, sickness, etc. initiating a new attack.

Chester A. HEATH, inventor of the Viral Inhibitor, realized, if he could discover and simulate these nerve signals, he could disrupt and inhibit viral activities outside the nerves, stopping an attack and preventing blisters. He did. It is called the BETA signal waveform, generated by the BETA Viral Inhibitor.


Do not immerse the Viral Inhibitor in liquids. Due to the resistant nature of viruses; cleaning, alcohol or sterilizing does not eliminate all viruses from surfaces. To prevent viral transfer, do not share your Viral Inhibitor with others. Each individual needs their own personal Viral Inhibitor!

The manufacturer warrants the Viral Inhibitor to apply less than 10 volts across probes and less than 10 milliamps between probes, and makes no other claims for its efficacy in use, nor supports any views expressed on this website. 3/13/06

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