Blackmores Lyp-Sine 100 Tablets
Features and benefits of Blackmores Cold Sore
- Blackmores Cold Sore Contains vitamin C and zinc for the healing of lesions.
- Suitable for pregnancy at the reduced dose of 1 tablet per day.
Lysine has been shown to reduce the number of outbreaks of cold sores. Blackmores Cold Sore can reduce the severity of the outbreak, and decrease the severity of symptoms such as itching, burning and pain.
A cold sore develops when the herpes simplex virus is active and replicating itself. The virus uses large amounts of the amino acid arginine for this replication process. The amino acid lysine competes with arginine for absorption into cells and tissues. Increasing lysine intake limits the amount of arginine available for the virus to use to replicate itself.
Including foods in the diet that have a high lysine content, such as vegetables, legumes, fish, sprouts and dairy products,Blackmores Cold Sore helps to reduce the severity of cold sore outbreaks. Foods which have a high arginine content are best avoided during an outbreak of cold sores. These include chocolate, nuts, oats, carob, coconut and soya beans.
Healing time of lesions is reduced when taking lysine, zinc and vitamin C. Both zinc and vitamin C are involved in the production of collagen. Collagen is the connective tissue that is found in skin. Promoting collagen production assists with the normal healing of skin lesions.
Cautions and Contraindications of Blackmores Cold Sore
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
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