Posts Tagged ‘genital warts’

Q.        What products should I take for the HPV infections?

A.        The HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) infection is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD).  HPV affects both females and males.  Many people who have HPV infection don’t even know it, because the infection often has no signs or symptoms.  That means you can get the HPV or pass it on to your partner without knowing it. 

In the United States, an estimated 75% to 80% of males and females will be infected with HPV in their lifetime.  For most, the HPV infection will clear on its own.  But when it doesn’t, it can have consequences such as genital warts, or even cervical or vaginal cancer.

Some topical medication may be able to clear genital warts, but does not detox your body and boost your imunity.  Therefore, the recurrence rate is high.  Also, the HPV is often associated with yeast and parasitic infections.  So the best way to prevent the infections from reoccurring is employing a holistic approach:

1)    Herbal Detox:


Take a mega dose of our Herbal Detox program (Yeast-Para Controland Cleansing-Balance Tea) during the outbreak and stay on the maintenance dosage even when you are symptom-free.  It’s important to stay on the Herbal Detox program on a consistent basis to remove toxins in your body, and boost your immunity.


2)    Yeast-Free Nutritional Programs:


Follow the yeast-free nutritional program in my yeast-free cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking. Feed your body with the right kind of food and starve the yeasts and parasites in your body.


3)    Stress Management:


Outbreaks of HPV infections are usually associated with stress.  Follow the instructions of stress management techniques in my book, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing such as meditation, prayers, affirmations, deep emotional releasing, and writing letters in a proper format to finish “unfinished business.”  This can reduce your daily stress to a minimum, and avoid outbreaks of HPV infections.


4)    Removing Sexual Guilt:


Genital warts are usually associated with sexual guilt.  Explore the causes of this negative emotion and work through it.  You might want to seek assistance from a spiritually-oriented therapist for cleaning up relationship issues and releasing sexual guilt.


5)    Treatment for your sexual partner:

It’s also very important to have your sexual partner go through the same type of holistic treatment.  The good news is that HPV infections can be controlled and you can still enjoy sex!


For telephone consultation on yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call us at (800) 715-3053, or (818) 472-2213, or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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Q.       I have been dealing with skin issues on my penis for about 15 years (psoriasis, dermatitis, herpes, and warts) and have tried all kinds of creams (taclonex, protopic, laser treatments).  My biggest concern is getting penile cancer.  Do you have any suggestions?

A.       What you have described are common male yeast infection symptoms.  I would suggest adopting a holistic approach – a lifestyle called “yeast-free living”.  First, remove the fear of getting cancer.  Fear only attracts what you don’t want.  Even if you have cancer, there are drug-free treatments to reduce or eliminate symptoms.

Here are some tips for treating male genital yeast infections:

1)    Use a cotton ball and Witch Hazel to clean the affected area.  Then use Vitamin E oil to smear on top of the skin.  Make sure that you wear surgical gloves to prevent spreading.  If you cannot find liquid Vitamin E oil, just break the foot-ball shaped Vitamin E soft jell, and smear the content on the affected skin.  Do this as often as you can, and at least once a day before bed. 

2)    Abstain from sex during the outbreak of herpes, warts, psoriasis, or any kind of dermatitis.  All these genital skin infections are yeast-related, and they are sexually transmittable.  Even if you are symptom-free, you will want to wear a condom to protect your partner, or to protect yourself from being re-infected by your partner.

3)    Before you have sex with a new partner, you always want to disclose what you have.  Your potential partner can then make an informed decision whether s/he want to be involved with you sexually.  I have counseled many angry and regretful couples because the “truth” was not disclosed beforehand.

4)    Follow a yeast-free nutritional program consisting of no sugar, dairy, wheat, yeast, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, and chemicals (“Dr. J’s Eight Commandments” as detailed in my cookbook, Healthy & Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast CookingStaying away from the Standard American Diet (SAD) will nourish your body and starve yeasts and parasites that are causing you long-term skin infections. 

5)    Get on our Herbal Detox program (consisting of Yeast-Para Control and Cleansing-Balance Tea).  Take full dosage of Yeast-Para Control until symptoms subsides.  You can even increase the dosage up to 15 capsules a day.  Yeast-Para Control removes excess yeasts and parasites in your body and allows your body’s innate intelligence to heal you.  Drink the Cleansing-Balance Tea throughout the day (one tea bag makes six cups) to cleanse your liver and kidneys and remove toxins. 

6)    Stress is the key factor contributing to a chronic case of yeast and parasitic infections.  Read my book, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing and learn stress management techniques such as 10-minutes meditation, Emotional Releasing Technique, special prayers and affirmations.

7)    From an emotional perspective, genital herpes and warts are reflections of sexual guilt or sexual identity issues.  Consider some consultation sessions to uproot the causes.

I offer consultation on yeast-free nutrition, Chinese Herbal Detox, Hormonal Balance, Weight Control, stress management, and spiritual counseling on the phone or Skype.  For an appointment, please call 1-800-715-3053 or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.

Healthy regards,

Dr. J

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