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"Licorice Root and Echinacae"
   Does anybody have experience with Licorice Root and Echinacae?

I don't have insurance, therefore I do not have a GP. I have a pretty good immune system and rarely get sick. I do have a chiropractor though due to a pinched nerve in my neck from a childhood injury. I talked with him about my condition, being that he is a medical professional. He recommended for outbreaks to take Licorice Root every 2 hours when feeling an outbreak coming on, and during an outbreak. Also to take Echinacae every 12 hours. His claim is that it could cure herpes, though I am very much aware that this is not true.

Has anyone tried this? I am not currently on antivirals, though I also do not have a lot of outbreaks. Just wondering if this would be a good alternative.

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