STD’s

STDs are some of the most difficult diseases in the world to catch. You have to be up close and personal to spread them. Why, then, are STDs so common? Because people don’t know how to treat, prevent, and avoid them. So lets discuss some of the most common STD’s and what natural treatments can be used. Chlamydia is the most common curable STD. It infects the cervix in women, and the penile urethra in men. Its most frequent symptoms are pain during sex, and discharge from the penis or vagina. However, the reason chlamydia is so common is that most people who get chlamydia don’t have symptoms for weeks, months, or even years. Despite the lack of symptoms, it’s important to get screened and treated if you think you might have been exposed to chlamydia, because it can do a lot of damage to your body in the long run. Gonorrhea, otherwise known as “the clap,” is another common bacterial STD. In general it infects the same organs as chlamydia, and has similar long-term effects. Symptoms of gonorrhea include burning when urinating and, in men, white, yellow, or green discharge from the penis. Just as with chlamydia, however, many people with gonorrhea don’t have symptoms. This is why the CDC estimates that, in the United States alone, there are more than 700,000 new cases a year. Oh, and if you’re one of those people who thinks that oral sex is safe sex (or isn’t sex at all), you should know that gonorrhea can also infect the throat. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease with a notorious history. Caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum, it can lead to serious complications if left untreated. Syphilis is transmitted by direct contact with syphilis sores, which can appear on the external genitals and the mouth, as well as in the vagina or rectum. Because these sores can appear on areas not covered by a condom, condoms only reduce the likelihood of transmission, but not eliminate it entirely. The small painless sores (chancres) of early syphilis may heal by themselves, but that doesn’t mean the disease is gone — it’s just become more difficult to detect and treat. Herpes is another viral STD. It comes in two forms, HSV1 and HSV2. HSV1 is most often associated with cold sores, and HSV2 is most often associated with genital sores. However, it is possible to transmit herpes from the mouth to the genitals and vice versa. Herpes symptoms can be treated with anti-viral drugs, but the virus cannot be cured. People with the herpes virus need to know that they can transmit the virus even when they do not have any sores or other symptoms. Although using a condom can reduce the risk of herpes transmission, condoms are not 100% effective since herpes is spread skin-to-skin. HIV is the virus associated with AIDS. It can only be transmitted by an exchange of bodily fluids — including semen, vaginal secretions, breast milk and blood. It cannot be transmitted by casual contact. Currently, most people with HIV are treated with a combination of drugs known as highly active anti-retroviral therapy, or HAART. Although this cannot cure the disease, it can reduce the likelihood that it will progress to AIDS. HIV is no longer a death sentence: many people with the virus are living long and productive lives.   Trichomoniasis affects both men and women. In women, it causes a vaginal infection called vaginitis. In men it infects the urethra, the tube inside the penis that carries sperm and urine. Although men can only contract trichomoniasis from women, women can get the disease both from men and from other women with whom they have sexual contact.  Most men with trichomoniasis don’t have any symptoms. When they do, their symptoms are generally mild and include:Discomfort in the penis, Pain on urination/ejaculation, and Discharge. Symptoms in women are usually more severe than those seen in men, and generally occur within 1-4 weeks of initial infection. They include: Frothy, colored discharge, Strong vaginal odor, Pain on intercourse/urination, and Irritation and itching of the vagina and surrounding area.

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Astragalus
-Builds Immune System & Strengthens Digestion

EchinaceaIt has been deemed the ‘King of all blood purifiers’. Considered a valuable alternative to antibiotics. This herb has very strong immune-activating abilities.

Goldenseal-It has antibiotic properties stronger than many prescription medicines and is able to target “unwanted” bacteria, as well as protozoa and yeasts. Unique in that it does not harm the “beneficial” bacteria that are necessary in the digestive tract.

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Red clover-It is a blood cleanser. It is beneficial for the liver, lungs, nerves, digestion and lymph. Garlic-chop fresh garlic cloves into little pieces and then swallow with juice or water. Take at least 1 clove 3 times per day for 7-10 days or until symptoms are gone.

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Astragalus should  not be used in the presence of a fever, while echinacea and golden seal should  not be used for prolonged periods.

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