I will say this simple and honest. Been saying this over and over for at least 4 years now.
Urine therapy does help with treating herpes. If you don't want to drink urine, it's fine. Soaking the sores in fresh urine will reduce inflammation and the pain considerably.
You will know what I mean about the pain (sting) if you experienced an outbreak before.
Soak as long as you can, repeat a few times if necessary. Even a few minutes will provide relief. Most of the time, a 10-20min soak will leave you with little pain left at the sore. You can use a pre-urine-soaked bandaid on the sore if you're short on time. Remove bandaid when dried, as ammonia from the urine will smell.
It's not like I'm trying to con anyone of anything. Heck, what is there for me to con from a forum over the internet?
People should try the method first, then speak from * direct experience *. That's what counts. Speculation and doubts leads to nowhere, it doesn't improve the situation for those who are truly suffering. If you can see from this big picture, whether I have herpes or not is no longer relevant.
Consider this : how much did you pay to get some sort of relief from a herpes outbreak? Did I even get 1% of it?
You owe it to yourself to be happy. Having a herpes outbreak is not an exception.
Have a good life.