I'm not very inspired by homeopathy at this point. I'm not exactly sure how this took place but it somehow kept my skin looking very nice while the mites bred underneath. This is counter to homeopathic principle as you are supposed to be cured in the reverse order that you were infected and it is supposed to radiate to the exremities. Not that homeopathy didn't do anything for me , coincidentally it healed two muscle injuries i had. I read a thread where two well trained homeopaths took a year to cure a case of scabies. At this point relative to my own experience it's hard to tell if they were even cured or just laying low.<quoted text>
Check out Fred/lotus fans old thread about the fox 99% sarcoptic scabies cure. Those of us taking homeopathy received much info from him. He posted many links including where to buy psorinum. Not sure where to buy other. hope this helps. Lots of info on that thread.
I started this parasite cleanse using black walnut/ wormwood tincture and taking clove capsules and I am on day 14 and my skin has gone into major post scabies rashes and burrow breakouts , that's why i think they were breeding under the surface during the 3 months I messed around with homeopathy. I also stumbled on this bath that really acidifies your skin . Since i was itching like crazy from the parasite cleanse and needed some relief I used what i had on hand , I put 32 oz of epsom salt, 36 oz of white vinegar and 16 oz of hydrogen peroxide in a hot bath and spent 75 minutes in there. I found a couple links on vinegar after this , The epsom salt and peroxide make the vinegar go much deeper. Try it you'll like it. stay in the bath for 75+ minutes.
"Using a cotton ball, apply undiluted white vinegar to your child's skin, three times per day, for 10 days. Because the parasites that cause scabies are unable to live in an acidic environment, this type of scabies home remedy works to fight the infestation and kill the mites, and their eggs, over time."
"A home remedy that may work for you is to apply some diluted vinegar to the effected area for a week. Mites can only live within a narrow pH range and the acid from the vinegar is enough to kill them."