About Erase Herpes
Created by Dr. Christine Buehlern based on work from Dr. Ken Languin, the Erase Herpes e-book is claimed to reveal a shockingly simple, but 100% effective and permanent, method of erasing the HSV-1 and HSV-2 herpes viruses from the human body in less than 3 weeks. In fact, the methods featured in Erase Herpes are claimed to have been documented in clinical, university-based studies to have a 100% success rate (more about this in a moment).
In order to accomplish, Erase Herpes is claimed to reveal a unique combination of all-natural vitamins, minerals, supplements, and certain “organic chemical compounds” that, when taken in very specific dosages, separate ICP47 proteins from nerve cells and allow them to be “seen” by your immune system. Otherwise, these proteins hide herpes viruses inside your nerve cells, and prevent them from being attacked by your immune system.
It’s no secret that, whether type 1 or type 2, having herpes is painful, inconvenient, embarrassing, not to mention the social stigma that comes along with it. But can Erase Herpes help relieve all of these problems? Most likely not, and here’s why:
Is There a Cure for Herpes?
First things first: According to the Centers for Disease Control, there is no cure for herpes, although there are medications that can decrease the number of outbreaks you experience, as well as their severity. And despite the claims made on the Erase Herpes website, if there were a cure, it would be worth billions of dollars, if not more.
This means that, while the information contained in Erase Herpes may help reduce the number and severity of outbreaks, it certainly doesn’t contain any information that will eliminate the virus from your body. So how can the company behind Erase Herpes make these claims?
Is There Clinical Evidence for the Information Contained in Erase Herpes?
Although the specific compounds used in Erase Herpes is claimed to have resulted in a documented 100% success rate in clinical, university-based studies, none of these are referenced on e-book’s website. And if there really was such strong evidence for these compounds, don’t you think it would be front-page news all around the globe? At the very least, wouldn’t you think Erase Herpes’s creator would link to it on their website?
When it comes down to it, the sales pitch and the information Erase Herpes claims to contain is almost identical to Ultimate Herpes Protocol. In fact, they’re so similar that we have to wonder if they’re created by the same author.
What’s the Deal with the Story Behind Erase Herpes?
Speaking of which, Erase Herpes’s storyline is almost identical to other Clickbank-based e-books, including Osteoporosis Protocol, Navajo Restore My Hearing System, and many others. This includes that a specific combination of natural ingredients from your grocery store can cure some common problem, but that the vital information has been covered up by one organization or another.
Like these other products though, Erase Herpes’s story line falls apart fairly quickly after only a little investigation. For example, are we really to believe that Dr. Languin, who is claimed to be one of the foremost authorities on STDs, never wondered if it was possible to “uncloak” herpes from your immune system? When taken together, it just doesn’t add up.
Does Erase Herpes Have a Good Customer Reputation?
Despite the fact that Erase Herpes is claimed to have been used by more than 27K men and women, there weren’t any legitimate online customer reviews available for the e-book at the time of our research. Instead, primarily there are only fake review websites created by other people who may not even have used the product and that only want to promote Erase Herpes. As such, these affiliate/review websites are intended to make an illusion of a real review website.
However, we did find one in-depth reviews on ProjectAccept.org, who claimed that there isn’t a Dr. Christine Buehlern online who was part of the Erase Herpes project, and the image of the doctor shown on the e-book’s website is actually a blogger from Romania (note: the image appears to have since been changed, although it underlines the dishonesty often used by affiliates).
Erase Herpes Pricing & Refund Policy
Erase Herpes is priced at $39 and is available for immediate download after your payment is processed. And once you have the information in hand, the organization behind the e-book claims you can purchase all the necessary ingredients from your grocery store for less than $100.
The Erase Herpes system, like all Clickbank products, comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact customer service at 800-390-6035.
Can Erase Herpes Help You Find Freedom from Herpes?
Chopping to the Point: Considering the fact that:
- There is no scientific showing herpes can be cured,
- The Erase Herpes website has been shown to promote numerous fallacies,
- The storyline is nearly identical to Ultimate Herpes Protocol, and
- There are currently no online customer reviews,
…we’d recommend saving your money and speaking with your physician about effective methods of treating your herpes.
29 out 30 people found this review helpful
Don't be scammed like I was
I bought it, did exactly what they did, and it does not work. Don't be scammed like I was. You will just be disappointed as I was. I asked for my money (again, do not spend your hard-earned money on this scam) back and they never returned my email. They are lying rip-offs. Stay away from this site. I will never trust them or anyone like them. I truly doubt she is even a doctor.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
146 out 152 people found this review helpful
Very disappointing, is just a slick marketing scheme.
I watched the "Dr. Christine Buehler" video for the Herpes Simplex Virus eraser program and knew this was an actress, not a doctor. The actress is melodramatic and well-rehearsed. However, I wanted results to free me from suffering, and so I bought the program (apparently from an affiliate site which was charging almost double the main site's $39.99 price, which I learned about soon after).
In the process of purchasing this hard-sell e-book, there were all kinds of upselling ads for other health issues including arthritis, back pain, etc., which I didn't buy.
So I read the short e-book on Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) and found nothing I wasn't already doing in my healthy lifestyle, diet, and HSV-specific supplementation. My curiosity was satisfied, but my hopes were shattered. The diet recommendations in the e-book might be helpful for junk-foodies to change their habits and be healthier, but this info can be found anywhere for free.
Meantime, my search for a viable drug-free treatment will continue.
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Apr 1, 2017
Okay. One, do you even have herpes? And two, did you do the 21 days?
123 out 136 people found this review helpful
Bogus online presentation.
In 32 plus years of practice in the field of pharmacy I have never read a legitimate research article or review of pending new drugs, that claimed to be able too cure "100% of patients that had contracted both HSV1 and HSV2 within 21 days. These are two different viruses and their outbreak in the body is completely different. As is currently being advertised on TV, by the widely known quarterback, is specifically directed to the long term results of the HSV1 virus that comes from having Chickenpox. The disease you get is the shingles, and it is absolutely devastating. There is a vacination available to prevent you from getting the shingles, available from your doctor or pharmacist. It is called zostivax and if your 55 years or older you should get this vaccine.
HSV2 is different from HSV1 in that it is transferred thru sexual contact. There are several medications on the market available to decrease the length of the outbreak, but they do not kill the virus. In the advertisement video, Christine comments about a picture that shows red blood cells circulating thru the arteries and veins and having the HSV1 and HSV2 floating around with them..FALSE ! The virus hides in the ends of nerves and a breakout occurs when your body is stressed, fighting another illness and so on. The only correct thing she said was that treatment needs to start quickly. BUT it must be with the right meds. A breakout of shingles can last 3 months up to a year and if it's around your eye you can loose sight or hearing.
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Oct 30, 2016
You are absolutely right. Aside from a few types of drugs, such as protease inhibitors, (which can inhibit some viruses ability to hijack/infect more cells, and therefore slow progression and decrease viral loads), the only treatment that could be curative of any virus, is Vaccines. They are used prophylactically, meaning prior to infection. Hence, this treatment should set off red flags right away by saying they can cure HSV1 and HSV2 infection.
By further arguing that the reason this treatment is not FDA approved, and will never be because of the sway and lobbying power of "Big Pharma," is outright ludicrous. A curative treatment would be an absolute goldmine to the pharmaceutical industry, considering the population size carrying the virus, literally hundreds of millions of people just in the United States alone. Valtrex does bring in lots of money, but many infected people choose not to purchase it since it only shortens the length and severity of an outbreak, and even fewer take it every day. But if the treatment available were curative, sales would skyrocket, and they would make a tremendous amount of money.
It sounds like there is very little evidence to back the claims that are laid out regarding a cure, especially a cure within a couple of weeks. That is why no clinical trials are occurring, why FDA hasn't applied it as breakthrough status, and why your family doctor isn't prescribing this treatment. If the statements made were true, they wouldn't be peddling books, they would be comparing the billion dollar offers they had received from every major pharmaceutical company to purchase the rights to their discovery.
If it sounds too good to be true, then it is.
167 out 180 people found this review helpful
Absolute False Treatment
2 months ago I ordered this download book and read it twice. Then I started the 21 day program and lost 21 lbs. I followed it exactly the way the outline provided and ate the correct foods, spent 250.00 on herbs and the proper foods. In fact I stayed on the treatment for 24 days, then went to the doctor and had an HSV 1 and 2 blood tests. The results were the same as last year. POSITIVE. Well, I spent 40 dollars on an interesting read. But not a cure or a way to actually destroy the virus. Don't waste your money, just read the internet if you want to loose weight.
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Nov 3, 2016
I am very much delighted for every reviewer that is reading this. I want to inform the whole public of how my partner and I got cured of Herpes Simplex Virus. I was diagnosed with herpes three years ago, and it also affected my partner.
This disease started circulating all over our body, and we have also received treatment from our doctor. A few weeks ago, I began researching cures for this disease. I came across a testimony of someone who was healed from herpes simplex virus by the great man, named Dr. Omoarebun.
Without any hesitation, we contacted his email: firstname.lastname@example.org. He responded with solutions and remedies. After one week we have been fully cured of Herpes Simplex Virus.
So dear viewer, why waste your time living with this STD infection? Contact him now. He can cure any disease.
Jan 16, 2017
Is there any way that I can get in touch with you? I have questions, and I would like to talk to you about this ebook. What you have done to help yourself regarding this disease.
Please help, thanks.
Apr 1, 2017
One, Walker Joseph, do you even have herpes? And two, have you even tried the Erase Herpes program?
Apr 21, 2017
I just bought this, and I'm on the third day of food and vitamins.
Jul 23, 2017
Alyx Hickey, did their method work for you?