How do you use it?
Place the two prongs on your skin and press the buttons on the side of the zapper. A light will come on that indicates that the device is working properly. The first light will stay on for about ten seconds. A second light will then come on, which indicates that the zapper has reversed the direction of the electrical flow.
Does the Zapper hurt?
How many times can I use the zapper?
What is a treatment?
How do you clean it?
Does it kill the virus?
Will you tell anyone that I bought this device?
Can I use someone else’s zapper?
Symptoms include, early irritation, tingling, itching, burning, redness, pain, fever and tightness; to swelling, blisters and open weeping lesions on mouth that may take weeks to heal. The virus retreats into nerves but re-emerges and attacks again when triggered by nervousness, fever, sun, illness, stress, etc.
Over 50% of population have recurring cold sores. Contagious from initial tingling until blisters heal, many are infected in youth. Often acquired by kissing, eating or drinking after an infected person.
Early application of the Cold Sore Inhibitor during tingling helps prevent blisters and existing sores heal fast naturally. Customers, Testimonials, Doctors, Studies and Trials report almost 100% success with NO side effects! Outbreak intensity, duration and frequency decrease with applications.
Genital Herpes Simplex-II viruses cause recurring blisters and lesions similar to cold sores, but in the genital area. This is a very personal problem, causing emotional distress.
If infected, you are not alone: Nationally, 60 million age 9 and older, one out of every four, suffer genital herpes; more common in females and black males.
Symptoms in 2 to 10 days are painful Itching and burning in genital area, then small red bumps appear. Pain may occur in legs, buttocks, genital area, and when urinating. Many report blisters, painful open lesions, vaginal discharge, pressure and discomfort around the stomach, flu symptoms, fever, headache, muscle aches, and swollen glands.
There is no cure for herpes. However, early application of the Viral Inhibitor Pro at first symptoms helps to prevent lesions. Sores heal naturally faster. Customers, Testimonials, Doctors, Studies and Trials report almost 100% success with NO side effects! Outbreak intensity, duration and frequency decrease with applications.
CDC National STD and AIDS Hotlines
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National Herpes Hotline
National Herpes Resource Center
National HPV and Cervical Cancer Prevention Hotline
National HPV and CCP Resource Center
The Molluscum Contagiosum Virus (MCV) is part of the “Pox family”, previously common in children, now a sexually transmitted disease in adults.
Initial symptoms include fleshy, pearly-white, gray-white, yellow or pink colored papule lesions, beginning as small bumps, becoming larger over time. Lesions are often on the face, legs, arms, trunk, lower abdomen, thighs, buttocks, anal region, groin, labia, and scrotum. The affected areas have itching and tenderness, lasting from 2 weeks to years.
The virus is transmitted by skin-to-skin contact with active weeping lesions and from contaminated objects, clothing or towels. Frequently children and adults contract the virus in bathrooms and public swimming pool areas.
Apply the Viral Inhibitor Pro up to 8 times daily to each papule. To prevent lesions, users emphasize early detection and immediate applications.
Herpes Zoster Shingles is associated with Chicken Pox. Nerves contain the inactive virus until triggered by weak immunity, illness, trauma or stress. Shingles outbreaks are common in people after age 50.
Symptoms initially are skin sensitivity, stinging, burning and raw pain. Within a few days, a red rash typically appears and pox-like blisters may form, bleed, pus and scab over. Occasionally, there is pain without blisters or vice versa.
Similar to chicken pox, shingles can spread over several areas of the body, including buttocks, genital area, back, arms, legs, and face. Blisters around the nasal area may indicate potential for an eye infection. This could be serious and endanger vision. Consult an ophthalmologist.
If blisters become infected, see a dermatologist. Scarring is reported with infected blisters, particularly in elderly individuals and those with weak immune systems.
The shingles Virus is only transmitted by blisters to others not previously infected with chicken pox, such as infants.
Apply the Viral Inhibitor Pro early, during stinging, to help prevent rash and blisters and stop pain and agony. Apply to painful sites, up to 8 times daily, for several days, until pain eases. Choose points of greatest pain, targeting rash and blisters first. Apply to numerous sites. Depending on severity, recovery can take longer.
Warts are caused by over 100 commonly known “Human Papilloma Viruses” (HPV) in two groups. The number of people affected is not reported so it is difficult to determine the severity and extent of transmission in the general public.
1) Skin Warts, Moles and Growths
These are commonly small and flat, often single but sometimes clustered. They usually develop on fingers, hands and feet, and less frequently on arms, legs, neck, abdomen or back. Planter warts are common on the sole of the foot and if inflamed, may cause ongoing irritation or pain. Skin warts and moles are not as easily transferred by contact.
Apply the Viral Inhibitor Pro for 4 full cycles in a circular pattern around the edge of the wart (4-star pattern). Warts are typically dry, wet the skin for better electro signal conduction (all lights on, too wet). Applications should be hourly, up to 8 times a day. Continue applications for several months until warts shrink and fall off.
2) Genital Warts – Condyloma
Almost 6 million new cases of genital warts occur yearly in the United States. Between 20-30 specific HPV types are associated with genital warts. These are categorized by the associated risk of cancer to the cervix or other body areas. Genital warts are transmitted commonly by direct skin-to-skin contact.
Genital warts appear as small fleshy growths, flattened mounds, or grow upward and outward with extensions. Genital warts may cause chronic itching, localized sensitivity, and/or constant burning.
Apply the Viral Inhibitor Pro in a 4-star pattern around the edge of the wart, hourly, up to 8 times a day. Continue applications for several months until warts shrink and fall off.