Herpes Treatment


According to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates from 2016, around 31% of adults aged 15-49 years in India were living with HSV-2 infection, the primary cause of genital herpes. These estimates indicate a substantial burden of herpes infections in India.

Herpes is a common viral infection caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). There are two types of herpes viruses: HSV-1 and HSV-2. HSV-1 primarily causes oral herpes, characterized by cold sores or fever blisters around the mouth. HSV-2 primarily causes genital herpes, which leads to sores or blisters in the genital area.

Herpes is typically transmitted through direct contact with an infected person's skin, saliva, or genital secretions. It can be spread through sexual contact, kissing, sharing utensils or personal items, or even from a mother to her newborn during childbirth.

Ayurvedic treatment of herpes manifests as an imbalance in the body's doshas, which are the fundamental energies that govern various functions. The treatment approach involves a combination of dietary modifications, herbal remedies, lifestyle adjustments, and holistic practices to strengthen the body's immune system and reduce the frequency and severity of outbreaks.

Herpes ayurvedic treatment helps to build immunity against the disease and treats

  • Cold sores or fever blisters
  • Tingling or itching sensation
  • Sore throat
  • Fever


Jain’s cow urine therapy clinic aims for a happy and healthy life by integrating ancient Ayurvedic knowledge with modern technology. Our therapy means cow urine including Ayurveda works on a person’s three doshas that are- The Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These tri-energies maintain our health, any imbalance in these doshas, is responsible for human’s health and disease. We are glad to say that we have seen so many positive results through our treatment. Thousands of people got rid of many diseases after taking our treatment.

Our patients not only put an end to their disease but also live a disease-free healthy life forever. This is the reason why people are getting attention towards our therapy. Our years of research in Ayurvedic treatments have helped us advance our methodology. We aim to reach as many people as we can to build a healthy and happy society all over the world.

Effective treatment by Cow Urine Therapy

Jain’s Cow Urine Therapy promotes Ayurvedic remedies, treatments and therapies that are known worldwide for their efficient results.

Cow Urine Treatment for Herpes focuses on providing immunity and treatment such as 

  • Relief from Genital sores or blisters
  • Reduces Pain and Itching
  • Promotes Non-Painful Urination
  • Reduces common Flu and Frequent Fevers


Key herbs which makes the treatement more effective




We use gojala in our cow-urine therapy, basically it means cow-urine extract, the main component in our medicine. This extract is made of the urine of the indigenous breeds of cow. Gojala has its own benefits because it’s beyond the possibility of any kind of contamination. It has high quality and is abundant. When gojala mixed with ayurvedic herbs it becomes more effective to treat any disease and favourable to the consequence of the particular disease. This extract is superimly tested and that’s why it’s more trustable and beneficial as well.

Causes of Herpes

Herpes is primarily caused by two types of viruses: herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). The specific causes of herpes infections can vary depending on the type and mode of transmission. Here are the main causes:

  1. HSV-1 (Oral Herpes):
  • Direct contact: Oral herpes is commonly transmitted through direct contact with an infected person's saliva, such as kissing, sharing utensils, or using the same personal items (like lip balm or toothbrush).
  • Oral-to-genital transmission: It is also possible for HSV-1 to be transmitted from the mouth to the genital area through oral sex.
  1. HSV-2 (Genital Herpes):
  • Sexual contact: Genital herpes is primarily transmitted through sexual contact with an infected individual, including vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
  • Asymptomatic shedding: Even in the absence of visible sores or symptoms, HSV-2 can be transmitted through a process called asymptomatic shedding, where the virus is present on the skin surface without causing noticeable signs.


Prevention from Herpes


To help prevent the transmission and acquisition of herpes, consider the following prevention measures:

  1. Abstain from sexual activity or practice safe sex: The most effective way to prevent genital herpes is to abstain from sexual activity. If you're sexually active, using latex or polyurethane condoms consistently and correctly can reduce the risk of transmission. However, it's important to note that condoms may not provide complete protection, as herpes can infect areas not covered by the condom.
  2. Communicate with your partner: Openly discussing your sexual health and history with your partner is essential. If you or your partner have a history of herpes or any other sexually transmitted infection (STI), it's important to disclose this information and take appropriate precautions.
  3. Avoid direct contact during outbreaks: Herpes is most contagious during active outbreaks when sores or blisters are present. It's important to avoid any direct contact with the affected areas, including sexual contact, kissing, or sharing personal items like utensils or lip balm.
  4. Practice good personal hygiene: Maintaining good personal hygiene can help minimize the risk of spreading or acquiring herpes. Wash your hands thoroughly after touching any herpes sores or blisters to prevent transmission to other parts of your body or to others.
  5. Be aware of prodromal symptoms: Prodromal symptoms are early warning signs that occur before an outbreak, such as tingling, itching, or pain in the genital or oral area. Recognizing these symptoms can allow you to take precautions and avoid close contact during periods of increased viral shedding.
  6. Avoid sexual activity during outbreaks: It's advisable to abstain from sexual activity, including oral, vaginal, or anal sex, when you or your partner have an active outbreak of herpes. This helps reduce the risk of transmission to your partner or contracting the infection in areas that may be more vulnerable to the virus.
  7. Get vaccinated (HSV-2): Although currently not widely available, there are ongoing efforts to develop vaccines for preventing herpes. It is recommended to stay informed about any advancements in herpes vaccines and consult with healthcare professionals regarding vaccination options.

Symptoms of Herpes -

The symptoms of herpes can vary depending on the type of herpes virus and the location of the infection. Here are the common symptoms associated with oral herpes (HSV-1) and genital herpes (HSV-2):

Oral Herpes (HSV-1):

  1. Cold sores or fever blisters: Small, painful, fluid-filled blisters that typically appear on or around the lips, mouth, or gums.
  2. Tingling or itching sensation: Many people experience a tingling or itching sensation in the affected area before the appearance of blisters.
  3. Sore throat: In some cases, oral herpes may be accompanied by a sore throat and swollen lymph nodes.
  4. Fever: Occasionally, fever or flu-like symptoms may occur during the initial outbreak.

Genital Herpes (HSV-2):

  1. Genital sores or blisters: Small, painful, fluid-filled blisters or ulcers that develop on or around the genitals, buttocks, or anal area. These sores may break open and form crusts before healing.
  2. Pain or itching: Prior to the appearance of sores, individuals may experience pain, itching, or tingling sensations in the genital area.
  3. Painful urination: Urinating may be accompanied by a stinging or burning sensation due to the presence of sores.
  4. Flu-like symptoms: Some people may experience fever, body aches, headache, swollen lymph nodes, or general malaise during the initial outbreak.


Types of Herpes -

There are two main types of herpes viruses that commonly affect humans: herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). Here's a breakdown of these two types:

  1. Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 (HSV-1):
  • Oral Herpes: HSV-1 primarily causes oral herpes, also known as "cold sores" or "fever blisters." It typically manifests as sores or blisters on or around the lips, mouth, or gums. HSV-1 is often transmitted through oral contact, such as kissing or sharing utensils.

      2. Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 (HSV-2):

  • Genital Herpes: HSV-2 is primarily associated with genital herpes, which causes sores or blisters in the genital area, including the genitals, buttocks, and anal region. It is primarily transmitted through sexual contact, including vaginal, anal, or oral sex. However, HSV-2 can also cause oral herpes through oral-genital contact.

Herpes infections, particularly genital herpes, can sometimes lead to complications. Here are some potential complications associated with herpes:

  1. Increased risk of other sexually transmitted infections (STIs): Herpes can cause breaks in the skin or mucous membranes, making it easier for other STIs, such as HIV, to enter the body during sexual activity.
  2. Recurrent outbreaks and symptoms: Herpes is a chronic condition, and after the initial infection, the virus remains in the body for life. Outbreaks can recur periodically, with varying frequency and severity. These outbreaks can cause physical discomfort, pain, and emotional distress.
  3. Herpes encephalitis: This is a rare but serious complication where the herpes virus spreads to the brain, causing inflammation. It can lead to severe headaches, fever, confusion, seizures, and other neurological symptoms. Immediate medical attention is crucial for this condition.
  4. Neonatal herpes: If a pregnant woman has an active genital herpes infection at the time of childbirth, there is a risk of transmitting the virus to the newborn. Neonatal herpes can be severe and potentially life-threatening. It requires immediate medical intervention.
  5. Increased risk of miscarriage or preterm birth: In some cases, herpes infection during pregnancy may be associated with an increased risk of miscarriage or delivering the baby prematurely.
  6. Psychological and emotional impact: The presence of herpes and the social stigma associated with it can have psychological and emotional effects on individuals. It may lead to feelings of shame, anxiety, depression, and a negative impact on relationships and sexual well-being.



Can Ayurveda cure herpes completely?

According to Ayurveda, there is no definitive cure for herpes. However, Our Ayurvedic treatments aim to manage symptoms, reduce the frequency and severity of outbreaks, and support the body's immune system to prevent future recurrences.

What Ayurvedic herbs are beneficial for managing herpes?

Ayurvedic herbs commonly used in our treatment of herpes include neem (Azadirachta indica), licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra), amla (Indian gooseberry), ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), manjistha (Rubia cordifolia), and Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia). These herbs possess antiviral, immune-boosting, and wound-healing properties.

What is the role of diet in Ayurvedic management of herpes?

In Ayurveda, following a balanced diet is considered essential for managing herpes. Foods that support the immune system and have antiviral properties are generally recommended. These include fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, lean proteins, and immune-boosting herbs and spices such as turmeric, ginger, and garlic. Avoiding trigger foods that may exacerbate outbreaks, such as spicy or acidic foods, is also advised.

Can Ayurveda help in reducing the frequency of herpes outbreaks?

Our Ayurvedic treatment focuses on improving overall health and strengthening the body's natural defences to reduce the frequency of herpes outbreaks. This may involve a combination of lifestyle modifications, dietary changes, stress management techniques, and the use of Ayurvedic herbs and formulations.