Treatment with the CDPZ combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the cdpz combined protocol:
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
Apply to the affected area undiluted, 2 or 3 times a day until herpes is eliminated.
Perform an intense deworming.
Apply the 2 specific viral programs of Zapper, Epstein Barr, Cytomegalovirus.
Tips on the CDPZ Combined Protocol
If there is no improvement in applying the protocols, intense deworming must be done.
It is also recommended to use the zapper if there is a possibility due to its great effectiveness.
Definition of diseases treated with CDP combined protocol
Inflammatory disease due to a herpes simplex virus or herpes hominis that causes painful lesions in the form of a cluster, there are two types of herpes
Type I, affects face, lips and upper body.
Factors that trigger it, lowering of defenses, stress, fever, menstruation, over exposure to the sun.
In case of complications of herpes type I, it can trigger encephalitis, eye infection (keratitis).
Type II, genitals and lower body.
This herpes is transmitted by sexual contact, at the beginning of the contagion there are no symptoms and the infection is not attended to, later the symptoms are painful and annoying.
Herpes has no cure, it contracts in the first stage of life and the virus remains dormant in the body and emerges when conditions are favorable,
Complications of herpes type II can develop hepatitis, pneumonitis or retinal necrosis.
Herpes zoster (shingles)
It is a variant of the varicella-zoster virus, more contagious, blisters appear on the side of the chest or back, although it can also occur on the face, ears and eyes.
It is transmitted by air and remains in the body reactivated years later, usually affecting people over 60 years and also children from 5 years.
- Abdominal pain
- Generalized pain
- Inflammation of the lymph nodes
Treatment consists of calming symptoms with anti-inflammatories and antivirals.
Other types of herpes are also known such as Epstein-Barr virus associated with infectious mononucleosis, cytomegalovirus virus that lodges in kidney, heart and white blood cells, Herpes 6, 7 and 8 that is related to the roséola and other neurological problems that occur to people with AIDS or immunocompromised.