Your suggested antidotes keep flooding in. Among the latest remedies include a plant called Larrea tridentata, which apparently has been proven to work in a range of trials. It’s promoted by the Larrea Medical Society. Nosode therapy is another option, which works well with homeopathic drainages.
One reader recommends a product called Herpecin-L, produced by Chattam Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Interestingly, his disease wasn’t sexually transmitted, but feels it could be hereditary. His grandparents came from Scotland and Ireland which, of course, explains everything.