Natural remedies for shingles can be an effective way for infected individuals to mitigate painful symptoms.
Any individual who has contracted chicken pox is at risk for developing shingles later in life. The varicella-zoster virus is responsible for causing an initial chickenpox outbreak, and it remains dormant in the body for many years; later in life (usually age 60 or older), it may resurface and cause shingles. This condition can be extremely painful and often embarrassing, but there are ways to control shingles. Taking non-prescription shingles “cures” will boost the immune system and promote faster healing of the painful rash. …Read More»