Urine therapy does work for herpes. It may not cure it once and for all, but it does prevent outbreaks and heal sores in record time (5-7 days max for me, last I remember).
Check my posts since 3 years ago about using urine to treat herpes.
For those who don't want to drink urine, you can soak the sores in urine in a container or apply a urine-soaked bandaid. Use whatever means required.
The first relief proves itself in the absence/reduction of pain. This means the inflammation has stopped.
The second relief comes in drying of sores and skin regrowth on the sores prior to healing.
By the 3rd/4th day, all pain are non-existant. Any new sores will dry up before becoming blisters.
It's best to do a combo of both (ingesting urine & soaking sores in urine).
It does not matter to anyone else if they don't believe in this course of treatment. What's important is people suffering from herpes can get relief and peace of mind. That alone is worth proceeding with this method.