My name is Christopher Scipio. I’ve been a Herbalist since 1986 and a Natural Herpes Treatment Specialist specializing in treating genital herpes and cold sores for 22 years. I’ve developed a holistic herpes treatment that is safe and effective for those who are newly infected and also for those who have the disease for a long time. The Protocol isn’t a herpes cure (there is no cure)–it is a way of controlling herpes naturally by strengthening your immune system, regaining your self-esteem and practicing safer sex.
Many of my patients have felt like getting herpes was one of the worst things that could have happened to them. They felt alone, ashamed, stigmatized and marginalized. When I teach them how to take control of their herpes and embrace holistic health, they start to feel empowered, hopeful and unashamed.
Getting herpes for many of my people actually becomes a positive turn in their lives- in that it motivates them to take better care of their health and to practice safer sex.
This is a vocation that I love. I love speaking to people and giving them the encouragement, support, and advice they need to control their herpes. When most people are diagnosed with herpes, they have no one one to talk to about it. They get bad advice and misinformation from the internet that damages them and wastes their money. Often having someone knowledgeable and experienced to talk to, without judgment and shame, can make all the difference in the world.
I am a very passionate about helping people with herpes. I have advised thousands of people on keeping the virus dormant, rejecting stigma, having a happy, safer sex life and having a safe, natural pregnancy and natural childbirth. My treatment plan involves simple, effective, holistic fundamentals. My patients successfully control their herpes through a combination of my hand-made remedies, yoga, diet and a few supplements.
I am a traditional herbalist, born in Trinidad, and my family have been healers for many generations in The Caribbean and South America. I don’t believe in or promote any gimmicks, miracle cures or short-cuts – there aren’t any that actually work.