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Mite Ummy

Yucca Valley, CA

#62 Aug 31, 2012
Careful, karma is going to personally deliver a fresh batch of borox resistant super mites if you keep up such a nasty attitude!
James

Florence, KY

#63 Oct 5, 2012
Did you just bathe in borax? and for how long?
Thanks for your help!

Since: Sep 12

Dubuque, IA

#64 Oct 27, 2012
Once again, this thread is about triphala. The way I see it, even if it didn't work for you, you shouldn't voice it here. People need encouragement and positivity to try new methods. I swear, some of the people on here have some kind of hidden agenda and it seems to be the same damn people every time. For one, the sterling track record triphala has of curing scabies is more than enough to give it a try. Do the research, find out the daily dose. Two teaspoons a day. It's not expensive. Stop tearing down remedies and discouraging people. Personally, I'm giving this a try.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#65 Nov 1, 2012
Str8up wrote:
No you have a serious problem. You have mites ... And I don't.
Apparently being in Columbia you're not hip to the big Pharm antics f our eloved United Snakes.
The only evidence I need darling is my clear complexion.
Chaoito. Yep, I can speak Spanish, French, Portuguese, medical Mandarin, have a Masters and am currently pursuing my doctoral degree. How about you smartypants?
No seizures as of yet. Lol.....
Try more harsh chems for farm animals if you guys want but A (note, I have never ever would not on my last breath say this way is the only way back to clear skin & mind) solution is probably already within an arms reach as you read this. And its cheap to boot.
It's obviously important to you that you need people to know how brilliant you are. But you dis the United states which makes you a giant as*hole. Why don't you go back to China you little asslicker.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#66 Nov 1, 2012
reinerhetzau wrote:
Once again, this thread is about triphala. The way I see it, even if it didn't work for you, you shouldn't voice it here. People need encouragement and positivity to try new methods. I swear, some of the people on here have some kind of hidden agenda and it seems to be the same damn people every time. For one, the sterling track record triphala has of curing scabies is more than enough to give it a try. Do the research, find out the daily dose. Two teaspoons a day. It's not expensive. Stop tearing down remedies and discouraging people. Personally, I'm giving this a try.
that's dumb , if it doesn't work it doesn't work and people need to know that too. BTW it doesn't work, it doesn't have a sterling record that's just something you added for dramatic effect. I tried it for two months it doesn't work.

Since: Sep 12

Dubuque, IA

#67 Nov 1, 2012
lotus_fan wrote:
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that's dumb , if it doesn't work it doesn't work and people need to know that too. BTW it doesn't work, it doesn't have a sterling record that's just something you added for dramatic effect. I tried it for two months it doesn't work.
Thanks for further establishing my point.
kissle

Golden, CO

#68 Nov 1, 2012
reinerhetzau wrote:
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Thanks for further establishing my point.
I didn't, all i said was that triphala doesn't work,it doesn't,have fun see you in 2 months.
just me

Jersey Shore, PA

#69 Jul 7, 2013
well, started triphala, for a couple days so far and has started to diminish the itching and bumps already..i'm excited!. btw...borax and peroxide i've tried over and over!...does not work for me.
Hope this helps

Stone Mountain, GA

#70 Jul 8, 2013
I haven't had much experience posting on forums so here goes. I was diagnosed with scabies last year in March and didn't get rid of it til July of the same year. Permethrin does work and it should be the first step you take. However, I did much more and want to share it so no one has to suffer with this infection anymore. Trust me, I know how horrible it is. Besides the intense washing of clothes and such, I want to offer tips regarding diet. Medicine gets rid of them but you want to make your body a habitat they would never want to inhabit again. First, use neem lotion above anything else. Secondly, eat foods that are anti parasitic. I ate and still eat garlic everuday along with drinking apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and oil of oregano. Lastly, regarding triphala powder, I take it everyday and it worked for me. My body is now so anti-parasitic that it would ward off or kill any foreign invasion before it started. In a way, I feel this was a wake up call because along with scabies, this diet change has helped me lose weight, lower my blood pressure and stopped eating fast food all together. I have been cured of scabies for a year now. Also, while you are actively curing ans recovering, do not drink, smoke, eat unhealthy foods or sweets. This apparently os something that makes the infection worse. I know this is long but I did not want to hold anything back. Feel free to ask any questions and I will respond. I thought it would never end too but believe me IT WILL!
quizical

Golden, CO

#71 Jul 8, 2013
Hope this helps wrote:
I haven't had much experience posting on forums so here goes. I was diagnosed with scabies last year in March and didn't get rid of it til July of the same year. Permethrin does work and it should be the first step you take. However, I did much more and want to share it so no one has to suffer with this infection anymore. Trust me, I know how horrible it is. Besides the intense washing of clothes and such, I want to offer tips regarding diet. Medicine gets rid of them but you want to make your body a habitat they would never want to inhabit again. First, use neem lotion above anything else. Secondly, eat foods that are anti parasitic. I ate and still eat garlic everuday along with drinking apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and oil of oregano. Lastly, regarding triphala powder, I take it everyday and it worked for me. My body is now so anti-parasitic that it would ward off or kill any foreign invasion before it started. In a way, I feel this was a wake up call because along with scabies, this diet change has helped me lose weight, lower my blood pressure and stopped eating fast food all together. I have been cured of scabies for a year now. Also, while you are actively curing ans recovering, do not drink, smoke, eat unhealthy foods or sweets. This apparently os something that makes the infection worse. I know this is long but I did not want to hold anything back. Feel free to ask any questions and I will respond. I thought it would never end too but believe me IT WILL!
You said feel free to ask questions so are the bacteria that mites carry and transfer to humans gram negative? Or are they cell wall deficient? Do these and other pathogens use quorum sensing or chemical signaling to attain pleomorphic states in their gene expression? Do you know if the mites passed an infection to you that is opportunistic?
Happyme73db

North Port, FL

#72 Oct 25, 2013
Hope this helps wrote:
I haven't had much experience posting on forums so here goes. I was diagnosed with scabies last year in March and didn't get rid of it til July of the same year. Permethrin does work and it should be the first step you take. However, I did much more and want to share it so no one has to suffer with this infection anymore. Trust me, I know how horrible it is. Besides the intense washing of clothes and such, I want to offer tips regarding diet. Medicine gets rid of them but you want to make your body a habitat they would never want to inhabit again. First, use neem lotion above anything else. Secondly, eat foods that are anti parasitic. I ate and still eat garlic everuday along with drinking apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and oil of oregano. Lastly, regarding triphala powder, I take it everyday and it worked for me. My body is now so anti-parasitic that it would ward off or kill any foreign invasion before it started. In a way, I feel this was a wake up call because along with scabies, this diet change has helped me lose weight, lower my blood pressure and stopped eating fast food all together. I have been cured of scabies for a year now. Also, while you are actively curing ans recovering, do not drink, smoke, eat unhealthy foods or sweets. This apparently os something that makes the infection worse. I know this is long but I did not want to hold anything back. Feel free to ask any questions and I will respond. I thought it would never end too but believe me IT WILL!
Great to hear success stories, how did you clean your house and car of these little demons?
Happyme73db

North Port, FL

#73 Oct 25, 2013
Ordered triphala, i have heard more success than failure with it, my problem is carpet in the house, i cannot just rip up the carpet. I am renting. Any ideas that have worked?
Itchynscratchy

Toronto, Canada

#74 Nov 16, 2013
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
Hey man,I watched the same video and started searching to see if other people testify about it aswell. I cant find a whole lot about it being used for scabies but I have found some and everyone who says it works for scabies say it works perfectly in a matter of days. The guy in the video did not say it took him two months to cure himself, he said in a few days they diminished and were completely gone within weeks. He said he continued taking triphala for 3 months just to be sure they were gone.

Also that with this cure the people who testify about it say you dont not need to worry about cleaning your environment, all you need to do is ingest one table spoon of triphala twice a day, or about 4 capsuls and apparently it just completely cures you of scabies. I saw this video last night and I have been suffering with these basterds for 4 years!! I have tried everything so many times. I have used premitherine so many times the last times I used it I could feel negetive effects throughout my body for two days after.

Dont use that stuff it is so harmful, maybe just once to see if your one of the luck few it works with. But if it doesnt leave it alone unless you hate good health.

Now I just bought some triphila today and just took my first dose, I will write back with results as the week passes. However I did not find anyone online saying they tried triphila for scabies and it did not work... Which to me is really something because with every other cure you find people telling you it doesnt work... So hmm? triphala is very cheap, and it is very good for you. I cant imagine why any scabies sufferer would not immediatly go out and try it, even it it doesnt work it will be great for your body, costs like $10 and if it does work you dont have to worry about cleaning every enviromnent you spend time in every single day and washing all your clothes. Just a simple healthy solution. Why the hell not try it?

And seriously its been like 2 hours since I took it and I dont feel itchy at all right now and I have no creams or lotions on what so ever...

So anyways I will happily keep posting wether it works or does not work for me both here and everywhere I can to spread the word. Just wanted to put in my two cents because I really cant see why more people arent giving what promises to be such an easy cure a try, when every other alternative involves intense cleaning and constantly covering yourself in creams or oils.

Good luck everyone! Lets get rid of these monsters once and for all huh?
Ritzeebug

Lansdowne, PA

#75 Jan 12, 2016
Mitey Warrior wrote:
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
Can I stay in touch Im struggling with this and I think I might have this kicked if I can get my doctor to give me more ivermectin or try another treatment
I've had them since July 2015 and this is Jan 2016

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