Of course

Hollywood, FL

#47 Apr 17, 2012
In UK2 wrote:
Lindane is very toxic and has been taken off the market in many countries. Saying that, one clinical write up used Lindane (1% gamma-BHC) on a scabies patient's toenails (wrapped) went ivermectin and a topical succeed except there. This cleared the patient. Doctors should be reading this very informative (yet scary) site:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/12773808...
What's the big deal here, FRED. They used some Lindane on his toenails after iver didn't work. Can you tell me please...... Did he have a massive seizure from the Lindane and croak? Nope. I need to take YOU off the market. Doctors don't have time to read your crap. What's for lunch today, teach?

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#48 Apr 17, 2012
No I did not die never had a side effect

Lindane is banned in 53 country's. It is strong as far as I know it is the only thing that kills Scabies and their eggs on contact.

I am on day 13 with only one track bite and that was right after I changed out all the plastic I have covering everything in the house. I bleached and perm the track. I am still taking horse paste 500 lbs dose every four days, now ( my first two doses were 750 lbs doses) I don't recommend going that high but I knew the Lindane was a one time thing so I hit the horse paste hard to double down so to speak. Also just got done with a second Nair full body treatment. I did not run into any hives like I did in the first Nair treatment. I washed the Nair off with sulfur soap ( I use this still every day ). I really think I have them just about wiped out now.

I have 3 friends going through this all too, two are doing about as good as me. One is getting hit hard again with scabies. She went nuts and started cleaning everything in the house rather then just covering with plastic. She just went to the ER She has them in her nose and eyes and just had a big hatch.
I don't think cleaning everything does much more then spread them all around the house. I was laid up from surgery and just sat around watching TV on plastic and I'm more less bite free.
In UK2

UK

#49 Apr 18, 2012
Of course: I don't have anything personally against Lindane. I'd have used it myself without blinking if I could have sourced it. It's toxic to humans and that is why it is banned, but like a bazooka, it kills and is not available for the common man.

I was just pointing out. I don't sell anything, have atypical scabies, and think the pubmed site referenced is good for knowledge.

Maybe you yourself sell or promote herbal. If so, it's a scam on good families with income concerns. Not saying to do, though.

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#50 Apr 18, 2012
In UK2 wrote:
Of course: I don't have anything personally against Lindane. I'd have used it myself without blinking if I could have sourced it. It's toxic to humans and that is why it is banned, but like a bazooka, it kills and is not available for the common man.

I was just pointing out. I don't sell anything, have atypical scabies, and think the pubmed site referenced is good for knowledge.

Maybe you yourself sell or promote herbal. If so, it's a scam on good families with income concerns. Not saying to do, though.
I had only one bite in 13 days until I went into a couple bags that I had put stuff away in until the scabies were gone. Looks like I did not wait long enough 8 new tracks marks on my arms. Sh** here I go again. Dam it!!!!!

How long do these things live in a bag it had been 2 weeks! How could they live with out a host that long?
RRRR

Round Rock, TX

#51 Apr 18, 2012
yeah. im throwing away all my clothes... tired of this shit. people say they die in 4 days but i dont think so

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#52 Apr 18, 2012
RRRR wrote:
yeah. im throwing away all my clothes... tired of this shit. people say they die in 4 days but i dont think so
I now know they live a long time off the host body. That's why we can't beat these bastards.
Fighting the battle

Wapakoneta, OH

#53 Apr 19, 2012
I think so too, they live long time off body an in clothes, I am having a horrible time trying to get them out of our clothes as well, I just dont think the borax gets them all or the eggs or something like that?
Theses are the days i wish i had a regular washer and not a front loader, regular washer you can fill it soak clothes for a while, front loader washers cant really do that. mine I cant anyways.
I guess i wills start steaming them an ironing
This is just frustrating an totally pisses me off people shouldnt have to live with this!!!
Fighting the battle

Wapakoneta, OH

#55 Apr 19, 2012
augustmidwest wrote:
<quoted text>
Arm and Hammer super washing soda is better than borax. It has sodium carbonate and that's what people were having the best results with in the bathtub. You can buy a jug of ammonia at walmart for $1.19 add a cup of that to the wash. Then run through the dryer twice so they get hot. I keep my clothes in the freezer running at 5deg then when I get ready to change in the morning I put those clothes in the microwave. rapid temperature change kills too. I don't think anything could make it past that.
The boric acid powder works good in the carpets if you have those.
You can get the big bottle at lowes. don't breath the dust when your putting it down.
I read about the arm n hammer in wash but didnt know it was better than borax? I will give that a try! i wash everything in hot water and dry it all too, I have ammonia here too again didnt realize it would help kill them in wash.
I am going to put the boric acid on my carpet as well some how these dang things are going to die an leave me alone!!

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#56 Apr 19, 2012
I also found that using a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide (or all fabric liquid bleach alternative containing hydrogen peroxide)added to each laundry load works. That was confirmed by a parasitologist.
I used ammonia at first in great amounts and it seemed to work but was trashing my clothes.
I use the A&H powdered detergent too (or borax and washing soda (sodium carbonate)added to regular detergent when I run out)
Since I have NCS I have to be very careful to not have any mold around too. When I researched and experimented cleaners to get rid of mold, the hydrogen peroxide/baking soda combo worked the best.
totally agree with you on the top loaders..they are great. wish i had one too.

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#57 Apr 19, 2012
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Since: Apr 12

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#59 Apr 19, 2012
I now believe I have bird mites 98% of every new bite is a one to two inch straight track mark. The straight track mark vs zig zag shows bird mite vs Scabie mite.

The perm I got I mix to be sprayed on carpet and in the bed in the truck.
I mix at about 20% perm.

Since: Mar 12

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#60 Apr 19, 2012
augustmidwest wrote:
<quoted text>
Arm and Hammer super washing soda is better than borax. It has sodium carbonate and that's what people were having the best results with in the bathtub. You can buy a jug of ammonia at walmart for $1.19 add a cup of that to the wash. Then run through the dryer twice so they get hot. I keep my clothes in the freezer running at 5deg then when I get ready to change in the morning I put those clothes in the microwave. rapid temperature change kills too. I don't think anything could make it past that.
The boric acid powder works good in the carpets if you have those.
You can get the big bottle at lowes. don't breath the dust when your putting it down.
I have been using 1/2 c A&H, 1/2 borax, 1 scoop of oxy clean, in every load...plus bleach if whites...and ammonia if colors..the ammonia is wrecking our clothes...but i don't care.. i haven't gone out in public anyways...since it go so dang bad...i've been able to tell pretty fast when the bugs were still in the clothes...they will certainly let you know..cos i suppose they are hungry.... argh!!!!!!!!!!we are using the same clothes over and over..... if this ever ends... i am not sure what i will do with all our clothes...that we put aside... i think i'll be too paranoid to even chance it that they survived the long wait...
Langoliers

United States

#61 Apr 20, 2012
I am now spraying everything down with perm SFR. and I am rubbing it into my skin. I've mixed it rather strong. But what the hell it's either them or me!

Since: Mar 12

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#62 Apr 21, 2012
Langoliers wrote:
I now believe I have bird mites 98% of every new bite is a one to two inch straight track mark. The straight track mark vs zig zag shows bird mite vs Scabie mite.
The perm I got I mix to be sprayed on carpet and in the bed in the truck.
I mix at about 20% perm.
Oh great! so this is what hubbys track mark looks like too and straight line 2-3" .......
but i still believe we got it from an outside cat that had mange.

Since: Apr 12

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#63 Apr 22, 2012
We have wild foxes that come to yard that we through hard boiled eggs too and we have some bird feeders and our cat has pulled all the hair off her legs. The Vet says she has nothing that it's just nerves. Ya right nerves getting bitten!

Well I feel I have them contained again 4 or 5 days sense I opened the bag an had 8 new tracks the next day those were the last bite. The plastic covering everything has really helped I spay it down with the perm SPF 39% perm that you mix with water. I also spray down my socks so I can't pick up new one just walking. I wash the bedding now every 3 days because I can spay them down with Perm 15%.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#65 Mar 24, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
No I did not die never had a side effect
Lindane is banned in 53 country's. It is strong as far as I know it is the only thing that kills Scabies and their eggs on contact.
I am on day 13 with only one track bite and that was right after I changed out all the plastic I have covering everything in the house. I bleached and perm the track. I am still taking horse paste 500 lbs dose every four days, now ( my first two doses were 750 lbs doses) I don't recommend going that high but I knew the Lindane was a one time thing so I hit the horse paste hard to double down so to speak. Also just got done with a second Nair full body treatment. I did not run into any hives like I did in the first Nair treatment. I washed the Nair off with sulfur soap ( I use this still every day ). I really think I have them just about wiped out now.
I have 3 friends going through this all too, two are doing about as good as me. One is getting hit hard again with scabies. She went nuts and started cleaning everything in the house rather then just covering with plastic. She just went to the ER She has them in her nose and eyes and just had a big hatch.
I don't think cleaning everything does much more then spread them all around the house. I was laid up from surgery and just sat around watching TV on plastic and I'm more less bite free.
hummmm, it appears that you were cured with Lindane and ivermectin and many many other things, too Lang. But NOT Diatomaceous Earth. That's a scam. DE does not cure scabies.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#66 Mar 24, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>
You put the perm on you skin every where under your toe nails behind your ears the bottom of you feet every where and eat the horse paste at 3 times your weight. Say you weigh 120 lbs the set the horse syringe at about 400 lbs. eat it at least every four days.
Or was it perm and iver that cured you?
Just sayin, Lang. lol...
Iris

Toronto, Canada

#67 Mar 24, 2013
No I did not die never had a side effect
Lindane is banned in 53 country's. It is strong as far as I know it is the only thing that kills Scabies and their eggs on contact.
I am on day 13 with only one track bite and that was right after I changed out all the plastic I have covering everything in the house. I bleached and perm the track. I am still taking horse paste 500 lbs dose every four days, now ( my first two doses were 750 lbs doses) I don't recommend going that high but I knew the Lindane was a one time thing so I hit the horse paste hard to double down so to speak. Also just got done with a second Nair full body treatment. I did not run into any hives like I did in the first Nair treatment. I washed the Nair off with sulfur soap ( I use this still every day ). I really think I have them just about wiped out now.
I have 3 friends going through this all too, two are doing about as good as me. One is getting hit hard again with scabies. She went nuts and started cleaning everything in the house rather then just covering with plastic. She just went to the ER She has them in her nose and eyes and just had a big hatch.
I don't think cleaning everything does much more then spread them all around the house. I was laid up from surgery and just sat around watching TV on plastic and I'm more less bite free.

I think that cleaning is important because you can just pick them up again. We threw out our two couches and plan to throw out our mattresses which are covered with bed bug protectors at a price of about $100. We have had the apartment sprayed professionally once and he plans to come back April 01, 2013. I painted the walls and varnished the wood floors and plan to do the same March 31. Everything is in plastic, EVERYTHING, dishes, books, EVERYTHING. We use black garbage bags for dirty and clear for clean laundry. April 01 will be backed up with prescriptions. In the meantime, I tried dog tick drops ?peneyline? not 5% but something like 30% at a cost of $8 but some of the tubes had 30 drops and three others had only 5 drops and well, I bought up the whole store of several packages and must wait for a new shipment. Hmmm?]
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#68 Mar 25, 2013
I'm just wondering if Lang invites his crazy friends to post a very long crazy story after someone questions him on his lies on this forum. Lies upon lies and a very troll laden forum. How sad for newbies to come here and read such bullshit.

Isis, why don't you just go ahead and throw out your computer, along with your couches and mattresses? Then the newbies coming here won't have to read such nonsense.

You sound like a crackhead.
Or a meth addict.

Since: Apr 12

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#69 Mar 25, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
I am now spraying everything down with perm SFR. and I am rubbing it into my skin. I've mixed it rather strong. But what the hell it's either them or me!
Funny Fred using my handle!

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