When treating fever blisters with home remedies, consider removing coffee, soft drinks, chocolate, seeds, beans, peas, peanuts and other legumes from the diet. Find out how yogurts with live cultures can help fever blisters with help from a certified herbal information specialist in this free video on home remedies and herbal medicine.
Hi, I'm Trina Sims of green star herbs, and today I'm going to give you some ideas for home remedies for fever blisters. We need to address several considerations, the first of which is diet. It's important that you remove coffee, soft drinks, chocolate, seeds, beans, peas, peanuts, and other legumes, oatmeal, and nuts, from your diet. Brewer's yeast, and yogurts, that have live cultures, not pasteurized yogurts can be very, very helpful. In additional, some nutritional supplements might be helpful. Particularly, B complex, that has emphasis on B twelve, and folic acid, also calcium, and zinc, and look into using the amino acid L lycine. It's showing great promise in cutting the duration and severity of fever blister that acts. Another thing you might want to do is add probiotics like lactobisilis to your diet. These are available in capsules, in powders, and in some prepared drinks. There are herbs that can help stave off or lessen the duration of a fever blister attack, and these include aloe vera, the common green plant that we all know, as well as chaparale, cloves, lemon balm, licorice, vitamin E oil, lavender oil, and mer extract. I hope this has given you some ideas about pleasant ways to approach the miseries of a fever blister attack. Thank you.