There have been few studies to actually discover a safer and effective method to clear the cervical human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, however one such study is taking the lime-light:
In addition to simply finding alternative approaches to HPV infections, this study went further by discovering that the HPV infection has the ability to eliminate itself without intervention in 73.3% of an untreated placebo group tested over 37 days.
There were two key herbal ingredients examined for their effectiveness at clearing the infection from the cervix of 287 women whose condition had yet to deteriorate into the high grade cervical neoplasias.
A polyherbal vaginal cream (known as Basant) containing extracts of curcumin, amla, reeha, and aloe vera were used, and a second treatment containing curcumin as a vaginal capsule were also used. Two other placebo groups formed part of the trial, either receiving the cream or capsule for 30 days. Each participant were assessed through HPV tests, colposcopy and cytology.
The research demonstrated:
“HPV clearance rate in Basant arm (87.7%) was significantly higher than the combined placebo arms (73.3%). Curcumin caused higher rate of clearance (81.3%) than placebo though the difference was not statistically significant.”
One key observation was the response found in the placebo group who had a 73.3% rate of clearance which shows that a significant amount of HPV infections have the ability to be fought by the body’s own immune system without intervention.
However, this wasn’t a surprise as it has been noted previously by research from Sayer Ji, the founder of Greenmedinfo.com.
Further studies confirm this finding. Lancet published their study in 2004 which showed that low-grade squamous intra-epithelial cervical lesions (LSIL) which are linked to HPV infections can spontaneously reverse in up to 61% of females within 1 year and 91% within a 36 month period.
And you can read a later study from 2010, published by the European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology discovered during a 12 month follow-up, the CIN 2 regression rate was around 74% while the progression rate to CIN 3 was shown to be 24%.
So this clearly highlights, and call into question, the role that vaccines have as an effective treatment to what these studies are clearly show: that HPV-associated cell changes (or ”precancerous” lesions) are infact self-limiting and can be combated naturally.
Either the body’s own immune system can assist in regressing this infection, or even with aid of nature’s own remedy: Curcumin.
You shouldn’t be too surprised to find out that this polyphenol found in Tumeric has amazing healing properties.
If you need more convincing, then check out GreenMedInfo’s database which contains 11 studies on curcumin’s anti-cervical abilities.