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Hoosiers51
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Can anyone recommend a good Lysine supplement, like one your LLMD recommended?

I would like to add it to my supplements.

Here is a good website that talks about the role Lysine supplementation may play in preventing herpes outbreaks (which includes shingles, EBV, HHV-6, etc):

http://www.herpes-coldsores.com/diet_and_nutrition_with_herpes.htm

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L lysine has been used for decades in the help of herpes outbreaks. I can tell you when I go off it I get more fever blisters... Sorry had just a second but had to answer! Best of luck
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seibertneurolyme
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Hubby takes the generic brand from Vitamin Shoppe. If you are looking for really high quality then try either Jarrow or Allergy Research or Nutricology -- should say pharmaceutical grade. Check with Vitacost.

Bea Seibert

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I have used L-Lysine for years and can attest to it's effectiveness. You don't have to spend a fortune on it. I use expensive supplements for some things but for this nature made works just as well.

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i have been happy with NOW supps-except for a few brand name things i get

l-lysine form NOW works good fo me

very cheap if you order form supervits.com

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Jarrow brand
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Allergy Research Group L-Lysine Free Form Amino Acid
1,000mg. Recommended by my alternative doctor. It only costs $7.95 for 100 veggie capsules.

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