A study published in the International Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in April 2016 shows that herbal medicine and other non-pharmaceutical products are the most effective treatments for the Herpes Virus-19 (HSV-19) pandemic.
The study found that herbal and alternative therapies are more effective than traditional medications, such as antibiotics, for reducing the risk of new outbreaks of HSV-H, the virus that causes the disease.
The study was led by Dr. Richard K. McBride, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Disease.
The results of the study were published in a paper titled, “A Review of Herbal and Non-Pharmaceutical Treatment Options for HSV19 Pandemic.”
Dr. McBride told Newsweek that there are currently no approved non-drug treatments for HSIs symptoms.
The treatments are more like “drug cocktails,” he said, and that can be a dangerous mix of drugs.
“You can’t really put a finger on what the drug cocktail actually does, and we don’t really know,” Dr. McBryde said.
The research also found that patients with HSV can use the same herbal medicine to treat their symptoms and infections without having to take a drug.
“If you use a non-medical alternative to the medication, that may be the most important,” Dr