attackedBYMites

Los Angeles, CA

#872 Apr 15, 2013
Does this work?
Bill

Ypsilanti, MI

#873 May 3, 2013
It works.
attackedBYMites wrote:
Does this work?
FRED

Golden, CO

#874 May 3, 2013
Bill wrote:
It works.
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Bill; do yourself a favor and go to an infectious disease specialist and get a western blot test for lyme disease. Then you won't have to keep posting that recipe you use for maintenance.
Bill

Ypsilanti, MI

#875 Jun 16, 2013
Hi this works great

To stop an itch I use this it stops the itch in 3 mins and is painless, it cures cuts and holes and lesions in 10 days :
http://www.earthclinic.com/Pets/dog_mange_cur ...
The mix:
2 tblspns borax (20 mule team Borax laundry booster
16 oz peroxide (3%)
32 oz water.
mix it , and the borax neutralizes the peroxide, it is painless & there is no fizz or burning from this mix & it is cheap
If they are deep ones I use
8 tbls borax (20 mule team Borax laundry booster
8 oz peroxide (3%)
8 oz water.
( even just 1 tsp borax & 1 cup of water applied to the skin or scalp after a shower & left on or to bad areas with an absorbant cotton rag for30 mins , 2 times per day for 1-2 week draws out this bug & kills this bug.)
write me back if you ever need any help
doe1769@yahoo.com
most important pray hard to God for help , He will deliver you , He is Wonderful

ps 1 cup arm and hammer powder soap in the tub and soak for 30 mins cures up ths itching bug fast ,also I use 1 cup per gallon of water in a chapin garden sprayer from ace , they don't clog as easily , I soak everything
it kills this bug
attackedBYMites wrote:
Does this work?

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#876 Jun 18, 2013
Bill wrote:
Hi this works great
To stop an itch I use this it stops the itch in 3 mins and is painless, it cures cuts and holes and lesions in 10 days :
http://www.earthclinic.com/Pets/dog_mange_cur ...
The mix:
2 tblspns borax (20 mule team Borax laundry booster
16 oz peroxide (3%)
32 oz water.
mix it , and the borax neutralizes the peroxide, it is painless & there is no fizz or burning from this mix & it is cheap
If they are deep ones I use
8 tbls borax (20 mule team Borax laundry booster
8 oz peroxide (3%)
8 oz water.
( even just 1 tsp borax & 1 cup of water applied to the skin or scalp after a shower & left on or to bad areas with an absorbant cotton rag for30 mins , 2 times per day for 1-2 week draws out this bug & kills this bug.)
write me back if you ever need any help
doe1769@yahoo.com
most important pray hard to God for help , He will deliver you , He is Wonderful
ps 1 cup arm and hammer powder soap in the tub and soak for 30 mins cures up ths itching bug fast ,also I use 1 cup per gallon of water in a chapin garden sprayer from ace , they don't clog as easily , I soak everything
it kills this bug
<quoted text>
Thanks Bill. Maybe someone will try it. Too bad we can't get it in Canada anymore.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#877 Jun 19, 2013
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
Bill; do yourself a favor and go to an infectious disease specialist and get a western blot test for lyme disease. Then you won't have to keep posting that recipe you use for maintenance.
Fred, do yourself a favor, and go eff yourself.
Bill

Ypsilanti, MI

#879 Jul 13, 2013
Hi Canuckette

By the way I took 5 cups of arm and hammer dry soap placed it on ground 25 ft back from house outside , and held my breath and blew it all over the yard and house with a an electric weedeater brand leave blower for $25.00 at walmart, it stopped all outside activity for 1 year , amazing , works in shoes permanetly 2 tbls dry arm and hammer soap in each shoe , hold breath because it is very bad to breath , shake shoes and walk away an let sit for 1-8 hrs and shoes are totally bugless, I use 1 tbl baking soda as an up keep daily in my shoes , they are bugless always so cool !( sodium carbonate soap additive should work too )

God is the King of Kings ,

He loves us ,

Praise His Holy name

Bye ,,
Bill

Canuckette wrote:
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Hope you had a wonderful Easter celebration, Bill! Thanks for asking. Yes indeed the LORD is with us, risen indeed. He is helping us through the many on this forum and helping us not to despair. I am doing well, not entirely free but the worst places are mostly healed up. Thanks for your reminders of other methods. They all help. Although we don't have the powdered A&H here, I will try the detergent additive with sodium carbonate in it. Mostly right now, I'm dealing with the odd new ones as well as some in the environment and on the dog. I'm tasting freedom. Thanks for the encouragement to us all.
Bill

Ypsilanti, MI

#880 Jul 13, 2013
Hi Canuckette

Do you think you could get sodium carbonate at vthe chemical store or in the laundry additive , it works great also I have heard , 1 cup in the bath tub and soak for 30 mins

God bless you Canuckette

, BIll
Canuckette wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks Bill. Maybe someone will try it. Too bad we can't get it in Canada anymore.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#881 Jul 17, 2013
Bill wrote:
Hi Canuckette
Do you think you could get sodium carbonate at vthe chemical store or in the laundry additive , it works great also I have heard , 1 cup in the bath tub and soak for 30 mins
God bless you Canuckette
, BIll
<quoted text>
Hi Bill,
Yes we can get oxyclean additive here, thank goodness. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for the reminder! I've been off the forum for a while, a little tired of the insults. I can't use the tinctures that Fred recommends so I need to do other things. One thing that seems to help get rid of the bugs, both externally and internally, is apple cider vinegar. However, I will try the oxyclean since the arm & hammer detergent did help. Thanks for still posting despite the problems here.
Bill

Ypsilanti, MI

#882 Jul 27, 2013
Hi Canuckette

I think oxy clean I helpful says Holly.a.psoetr om birdmites forum
I know sodium carbonate in soda wash leqves a residue the kills mold _and bugs .

could you email me please at doe1769@yahoo.com , put in the
subject: canadian soda wash
I have canadian friend having trouble with bugs

Thank you ,

Bill
Canuckette wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Bill,
Yes we can get oxyclean additive here, thank goodness. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for the reminder! I've been off the forum for a while, a little tired of the insults. I can't use the tinctures that Fred recommends so I need to do other things. One thing that seems to help get rid of the bugs, both externally and internally, is apple cider vinegar. However, I will try the oxyclean since the arm & hammer detergent did help. Thanks for still posting despite the problems here.
Bill

Toledo, OH

#883 Aug 18, 2013
Hi
Arm and hammer still killing. The bug, i pick it up sometimes at the turkey barn and a bath in 1 cup kills it.
1 cup per gal in a garden sprayer kill thme in the. Environment too
God bless you canuchuckette,
Bill
FRED

Golden, CO

#884 Aug 18, 2013
What Bill and Canuckette have is morgellons disease and using laundry detergent to treat it is rediculous once you understand that it is an infection.
Bill

Ypsilanti, MI

#885 Aug 19, 2013
Hi
do u sugjest moldy bread spores,,,antibiootics . Drinking boron .,,,borax.,,, nerve toxins.,,,,, created. By scientista to kill ,,,,,do u have ahelp or. Or.Only. Slander

Potash in a and h kills bugs , i have. No infection it. Is all cured now , the body fights disease and all is very good now , as God made. It

God bless you Fred,

Bill

Ps new phone i am typing. On it ut odd puncuatin in randomly , sorry for the typos
FRED wrote:
What Bill and Canuckette have is morgellons disease and using laundry detergent to treat it is rediculous once you understand that it is an infection.
FRED

Golden, CO

#886 Aug 20, 2013
Bill, what you understand about the body is a joke.

Actaully i do have a complete cure, it's not laundry detergent. But you will need to become aware because it is a lot more complicated than bathing in detergent or spraying your skin with windex, hint there is a thread here you can read.

If you had a scabies infection, Lice, a spider bite or even other insects carry these infections. It's not just ticks so it's become harder to protect yourself from infection. These infections have very similar symptoms to scabies so it's easy to make that mistake.

A lot of people are working outside the meddical system because the antibiotics that doctors use don't cure and cause a lot of suffering in the process.
Borrelia becomes much more virulent in the presence of Bartonella which is more common than Borrelia. The most aware doctors think Borrelia should be considered a coinfetion to Bart.

Agrobacterium is used extensively to modify our food supply. The closest relative to Agrobacterium Is Bartonella bacteria. They share genes and abilities. Bartonella is intracellular so evades the immune system that way as well as releasing chemicals to shut down immunity. Agrobacterium is so like Bartonella it should be considered a Bartonella like organism.

Agrobacterium has the ability to readily change your DNA and is an opportunistic infection. The mutant DNA from agrobacterium is most likely responsible for Lyme disease developing into morgellons disease. Morgellons is linked to Lyme.

Since there is not much real research going on and after reading huge amounts of material Morgellons is likely to be a "Chronic lyme" infection with agrobacterium as a "co-infection". This wasn't caused by the government being evil it was cause by the government being incompetent.
FRED

Golden, CO

#887 Aug 20, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Bill,
Yes we can get oxyclean additive here, thank goodness. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for the reminder! I've been off the forum for a while, a little tired of the insults. I can't use the tinctures that Fred recommends so I need to do other things. One thing that seems to help get rid of the bugs, both externally and internally, is apple cider vinegar. However, I will try the oxyclean since the arm & hammer detergent did help. Thanks for still posting despite the problems here.
If you tried the tinctures you probably herxed like crazy because of how long you had the infection and it's built up now.

You have to understand the herx and what to expect. You have to prepare your body for it. You have to be willing to accept that this is not simple and you'll need to invest some time to understand it. Either that or accept that this will be your life.
SWtrs

Los Angeles, CA

#888 Aug 21, 2013
Have not been here in a long time. Very interesting read Fred. What eliminates this agrobacterium? I'm sure boosting the mouse system but what substances show effective against these microbes and their micotoxins?

What ever happened to that UK guy? That was worse case scenario.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#889 Aug 22, 2013
FRED wrote:
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If you tried the tinctures you probably herxed like crazy because of how long you had the infection and it's built up now.
You have to understand the herx and what to expect. You have to prepare your body for it. You have to be willing to accept that this is not simple and you'll need to invest some time to understand it. Either that or accept that this will be your life.
Fred, I have had multiple allergies for many years. One of them is a key component in most of the tinctures. That's why I haven't tried them. As happens with allergies, sometimes they go away or become less severe. Recently, I've not had the reaction that I used to have, and so am able to try the tinctures. Would you mind listing them again so that I and others can find them?
FRED

Golden, CO

#890 Aug 22, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
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Fred, I have had multiple allergies for many years. One of them is a key component in most of the tinctures. That's why I haven't tried them. As happens with allergies, sometimes they go away or become less severe. Recently, I've not had the reaction that I used to have, and so am able to try the tinctures. Would you mind listing them again so that I and others can find them?
You're most likely confusing an allergic response with an acute imflamitory response. This happens because the endotoxins that are released during the massive die off from any effective treatment are more than you body can deal with. You need to better understand acute inflamatory response, endotoxin release and immune response.

You need to invest some time to understand these issues because this process of getting cured is quite complex and very counterintuitive.

You have to quit depending on your observations and depend on what is really happening.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inflammation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endotoxin

An understanding of what is actually happening will heal you but it's going to take some reading on your part. I did it for myself and i can help you too.

Read this thread until it is second nature then you can drive this car to freedom.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TP8...

I will be there to help. It took me a whole year to figure this out completely.

Since: Aug 13

Bridgeview, IL

#891 Aug 22, 2013
I just want to ask something here ,my Medicaid won't pay out of state ,so I Have to travel back to get what I need so Im asking anyone can u get rid of this garbage just with borax,and all that is said in the forum?
vss

Hollywood, FL

#892 Aug 22, 2013
marychat wrote:
I just want to ask something here ,my Medicaid won't pay out of state ,so I Have to travel back to get what I need so Im asking anyone can u get rid of this garbage just with borax,and all that is said in the forum?
No, you cannot cure scabies with borax and hydrogen peroxide mixture. It might keep the numbers down, but it doesn't cure. You need permethrin and ivermectin. Some people are cured with just permethrin, but some need both for a cure. Keep reading.
Don't pay any attention to Dr. Fred in da house. He/she/it is kind of creepy (you know, like a creepy bug that won't go AWAY).

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