Natural Remedies for Monkeypox

| Modified on Jun 29, 2022
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Monkeypox, a viral zoonosis (a virus transmitted to humans from animals), has symptoms that are similar to smallpox. Natural remedies for preventing monkeypox, or lessening symptoms once you have it, are discussed on this new Earth Clinic page.

What Causes Monkeypox? 

It is caused by the monkeypox virus which belongs to the orthopoxvirus genus of the Poxviridae family. 1

Symptoms of Monkeypox

Beginning symptoms of Monkeypox include:

  • swollen lymph nodes
  • headache
  • fever
  • body aches
  • backache
  • chills
  • severe fatigue

Within 1 to 3 days (sometimes longer), a rash develops. The rash starts on the face and then moves to the rest of the body.

Monkeypox Rash Stages

The rash has multiple stages before finally healing. These stages are:

  • Macules
  • Papules
  • Vesicles
  • Pustules
  • Scabs

Monkeypox typically lasts 2−4 weeks.


Below, Earth Clinic readers discuss which natural remedies would help prevent Monkeypox. Also needed are remedies to heal the monkeypox blisters.

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Natural Cures for Adults with Chicken Pox
Natural Remedies for Chronic Viruses


Colloidal Silver

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Posted by Rob (Kentucky ) on 06/09/2022
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A Preliminary Assessment of Silver Nanoparticle Inhibition of Monkeypox Virus Plaque Formation

Source: https://nanoscalereslett.springeropen.com/articles/10.1007/s11671-008-9128-2

In this clinical study, published in 2008 in the journal Nanoscale Research Letters, researchers tested several forms of antimicrobial silver against the Monkeypox virus Zaire strain, which was originally obtained from a fatally infected human in Zaire and shown to be fatal in monkeys, as well. The virus was tested under biosafety level 3 conditions in order to prevent infection of the researchers.

In this study, researchers used what's called a “plaque reduction assay test” in order to determine whether or not the addition of nanosilver to viral-infected cells being grown in Petri dishes would decrease the rate of viral replication (in terms of plaque formation) in the cells, thus demonstrating reduced infectivity of the virus. According to the researchers, various concentrations of silver nanoparticles of 10 nm size significantly reduced Monkeypox viral plaque formation. They wrote: “…our results indicate that the silver-containing nanoparticles with a diameter of approximately 10 nm (Ag-PS-10) were the most effective at inhibiting Monkeypox virus infectivity as demonstrated by the statistically significant reduction in Monkeypox virus plaque formation at all concentrations tested.

The researchers concluded, “These results demonstrate that silver-based nanoparticles of approximately 10 nm inhibit Monkeypox virus infection in vitro, supporting their potential use as an anti-viral therapeutic.” Here we see clinical researchers noting that the ability of silver to reduce Monkeypox viral infectivity supports the idea that silver has potential as an effective anti-viral therapy.


Ivermectin for Monkeypox

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Posted by jean (Emo Ontario) on 06/29/2022
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Has anyone used Ivermectin against Monkeypox - it is an antiviral -I would try it myself unless I had something better.


Monkey Pox Remedies

Posted by C (WI.) on 05/25/2022

Does anyone know a natural cure for Monkey Pox? I would like to share information that I have seen saying this may well be the next "plandemic" by fall. Don't know if sharing a link is allowed. Thanks in advance for any help

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06/08/2022

I have heard Neem leaves (fresh or dried) and Neem oil can be used to treat Monkey pox.


Sarracenia Purpurea

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Posted by Caity (Utah) on 06/29/2022
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For any type of pox (or herpes - smallpox, shingles, cold sores, etc), use Sarracenia Purpurea (also known as Purple Pitcher Plant). There are numerous studies that conclusively say it cures all types of pox! You can get homeopathic tinctures from many sources with a quick Google search.