depressed

United States

#21 Aug 20, 2009
How much Triphala doyou take by mouth? Are there any side effects? Are you cured now?

Since: Jun 09

Orlando, FL

#22 Aug 20, 2009
I used Triphala in conjunction with 10% nightly sulfur cream ( home made) and 8 Neem Leaf capsules every day ( 2 4 times per day )

I large heaping tablespoon of powdered Triphala in a 4 ounces of hot water - let it sit for a few minutes till it can be stirred into to the water- Drin it down as quickly as you can and chase it with at least 8 ounces of cool water.

I did this every morning. AND it gave me the runs for the first few weeks.

It is a huge Immune Booster - scabies apparently do not like me to be healthy :-)
The Neem ( 10 weeks of this ) makes them sterile and they can't lay eggs or want to mate.

The sulfur cream kills anything on the surface and makes my skin inhospitable so if anything was in my environment or on anyone else - they didn't want to be on me.

I also left my environment completely -- and heated it up for 4 weeks.
I am 100% cured-- still mildly itchy - and my wounds are almost completely healed.

I intend to create a Support web site with a forum and chat room so we can share with each other and support those that are struggling with their healing.

My painful adventure started in March, I thought It would never end and that I would have Scabies forever, with my children!-- and now it is august and we are all well-

Don't give up- the treatments work.

More from me soon...

Happy to be able to touch my kids again!
Cindy
The Mitey Warrior
depressed

United States

#23 Aug 21, 2009
Thank you Cindy. You are a wonderful person helping others in need and devoting your own time.
I have black pepper mites. I am using 30% sulfer cream and neem caps by mouth. Will start Triphala as soon as it arrives. Will keep you posted about my progress. Thanks again.
amazed

Baton Rouge, LA

#24 Aug 22, 2009
I cant believe and still cant believe i 've obtained those bastards. I woke up one morning covered with bumps all over my arm and my hands two days before I started college. I went to my doctor, she prescribed the perm 5 and gave me some hydrocortisone lotion and neither have little effect, and tired of washing everything, im ashamed to go to school. I want to order the triphala. Where do i get it.
cured

Nuevo, CA

#25 Mar 1, 2010
Your washed clothes can reinfect you. Iron everything, the scalding heat will kill them and the eggs. Vacumn allot and spray your mattress well, then get a plastic cover too. By the way, Triphala does work!!!!!
wtf

Damascus, OR

#26 Mar 20, 2010
this sucks! is there some kind of bath or I know I will hit them with my pressure washer those fuckers... I am sick of benadrill and ready for my second treatment if this itch isn't the side effect from the perm. my longs hurt bad I think I may be getting long cancer or having a heart attack. or maybe I am having kiddey failure because the pain is in my back. I want the 24 hour cure. Does anybody know what it is?
Wonders of triphala

Canada

#27 Jun 20, 2010
beth20102 wrote:
Does anyone know if Triphala works for treatment of scabies. guy on Utube swears it cured him after he took it for 2 months.
its used in india I happened upon his video posted in utube (search scabies natural) and it comes up. I cant find anything but vague reference to it regarding scabies.
does anyone know anything about this
Hello I saw the utube video to so I got some that
Day its now two days later and took twice a day
Both days it worked thank god after seven months
And lots of money. All I needed was TRIPHALA from
The health food store for twenty dollars. I could go
On for days what I've been though. I will now take
It for the rest of my life it also real good for health.
Wonders of triphala

United States

#28 Jun 21, 2010
Me again taking my triplala this morning I feel so
Good those damn bugs are GONE from me I hope
That everyone that is going through this gets triphala
It works.
northernmites

Sundridge, Canada

#29 Jun 27, 2010
Hey Wonders of triphala: is this the magic bullet? I really wonder about this? I'll take it if it truly works...find it hard to believe that it works this quickly though...
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#30 Jun 28, 2010
northernmites wrote:
Hey Wonders of triphala: is this the magic bullet? I really wonder about this? I'll take it if it truly works...find it hard to believe that it works this quickly though...
There is no magic bullet for scabies. And I am talking strictly scabies mites here (not rodent mites, or bird mites, or morgellons fibers, etc.) The easiest way to get rid of a resistant strain of scabies is ivermectin, taking it at 200 micrograms per kilogram of body weight. Take it for a month, every 7 days.

In addition to taking ivermectin, use a good topical like Elimite/permithrin 5%, to be applied head to toe, no more often than once every 7 days for about a month.

I was reading a post yesterday, I think it was in the finding1cure yahoo group, and someone said that the Triphala did not help them AT ALL. The finding1cure yahoo group is a Morgellons yahoo group devoted to helping people who have morgellons symptoms.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#31 Jun 28, 2010
Here is some information on it.
Triphala, an ancient herbal blend, is one of the most commonly used herbal remedies in the Ayurvedic system of healing. Ayurvedic medicine originated in ancient India, has developed over thousands of years, and is one of the oldest systems of healing. Thus triphala is one of the longest-used herbal remedies in the world. Triphala, meaning "three fruits," is made from the fruits of three trees that grow throughout India and the Middle East, including amalaki fruit (Embelica officinalis), bibhitaki fruit (Terminalia belerica), and haritaki fruit (Terminalia chebula). In preparing triphala, these fruits are dried, ground into powder, and then blended together according to the precise directions of Ayrurvedic tradition.

Amalaki fruit, also called amla or Indian gooseberry, is renowned as one of the best rejuvenating herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. It contains more vitamin C than almost any other fruit, consisting of nearly 3,000 mg of vitamin C per piece. It has been nicknamed the "nurse herb" in India, because of its widespread effectiveness against sickness and its cooling effects on the body. Haritaki is also considered one of the most useful of Ayurvedic herbs, particularly for its rejuvenating, warming, and balancing effects. Combined with bibhitaki fruit, another tonifying and warming herb, these three compounds are believed to have healing and balancing effects on all three of the principal body types or constitutions (termed doshas) in Ayurvedic medicine. As a balanced formula, triphala can be effectively used by most people and is prescribed for a variety of health conditions

http://www.answers.com/topic/triphala

This could be a really good supplement to take, in addition to your other nutritional supplements. Contains alot of vitamin C, which has healing properties.
Raky

Plymouth, MN

#32 Nov 11, 2010
1.
Buy Triphala from any Big Indian grocery store(powder will work faster)
take one table spoon and mix with warm water and drink in the morning with empty stomack, drink one table spoon in the night too before you sleep. It will taste yukkk but it is very nice and good to make good imune system mean good for your health, drug free, it is ayurvedic mean no side effect at all.
2 buy clorine bleach and pu almost 3 ml in filled bath tub of hot water then soak in it for 10-20 minute(1 time in a day repeat it for a week).
Itching will be reduced 80 percent in two days but 20
% will go in 3-4 weeks as even if you are treated itching will take time to complete go.
Remember to scrub the body part where you feel itching in hot bath tub instead with nails it will take dead mite out of your body.
Triphala won't let scabies infect you again.
It helped me. I am out of hell now :)
Thanks
Wonders of triphala

United States

#33 Nov 22, 2010
This is me again it only for a little bit I still take
The triphala everyday cause it made me feel
Better I have lupus SLE the scabies for one year now iv done everything but I'm not giving up this fight. Someone please help me. I don't get much money next thing I try I hope works. I clean house and clothes all the time and floors wipe down everything I was told triphala does NOT work.
Sensitized

Netherlands

#34 Nov 22, 2010
Repeat post:

Probably you are sensitized, and a good medicine to combat what you describe is a prescription medicine called levocetirizine.

A similar less effective medicine is called Ceterizine and can be bought over the counter in the supermarket.

You need to take the medicine for several month's until all symptoms have fade away.
You may experience a few flair ups but all will probably decrease and finally disappear.

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

More tips are provided on the Case Report thread on this page.
northernmites

Canada

#36 Nov 26, 2010
cured wrote:
Your washed clothes can reinfect you. Iron everything, the scalding heat will kill them and the eggs. Vacumn allot and spray your mattress well, then get a plastic cover too. By the way, Triphala does work!!!!!
Just wondering if the triphala has worked and you are ok still
lesley

Huddersfield, UK

#37 Apr 14, 2011
triphala is great for ridding the body of scabies but you have to be careful of reinfection.Make a lotion with oregano oil and cover the body. Wash all clothes and bedding above 90 degrees. More information at:

http://scabiescurev.com/scabies-cure/1/hello-...

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#38 Nov 27, 2011
lesley wrote:
triphala is great for ridding the body of scabies but you have to be careful of reinfection.Make a lotion with oregano oil and cover the body. Wash all clothes and bedding above 90 degrees. More information at:
http://scabiescurev.com/scabies-cure/1/hello-...
Does Triphala really work?
ihate scabies

Hemet, CA

#39 Dec 6, 2011
what is triphala and where do you get it?
FED UP

Denver, CO

#40 Dec 6, 2011
I tried triphala and it didn't seem to do anything but I read white button mushrooms supercharge your immune system so now I eat a lot of those also a teaspoon of DE in v8 juice daily is good because the DE gets into your blood stream. also this regimen is good---Mix cold pressed neem seed oil(2 oz) with sweet almond oil(4 oz) add a teaspoon of tumuric and a teaspoon of DE , keep it all over you for 2 weeks, ,take neem leaf capsules ( 5 -6 daily)and take Ivermectin every 4 days and treat your entire environment with diatomacious earth ( an old sock filled up makes a great duster) if you have some problem areas treat like the bottom of your feet then spot treat them with the permethrin, that way it's not as toxic as doing your whole body. also don't bath during this time.(2 weeks) bathing just cleans out what is killing them and you don't want to give them a break.
anshaj

Delhi, India

#41 Jan 9, 2012
Triphala powder didn't worked for me i took .. it about ...for 2 weeks

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