Dexoprin:Kill Scabies And Their Eggs ...
Hilly

Edison, NJ

#41 Jun 27, 2010
most who think they have scabies have a nematode infection
Christopher

Ireland

#42 Feb 8, 2011
I picked up scabies two weeks ago tonight and I have had some interesting learning experiences. It was nice to bath in a tub and oil my body with tea tree oil and lemon grass oil. I didn't start this process for about 5-6 days because I didn't know I was infected....this did not work but it felt good. Mine don't itch. What itches is when my skin starts to heal... Well I found something that kills the scabies right now. Lugol's Iodine. I have been doing a few things that I think are helping. I am taking a shower...drip drying or dabbing with a clean towel. I spray a solution of H2O2 3% solution mixed 8:1 with borax...I let this dry and then I dab on Lugol's Iodine whereever I suspect the scabies have burrowed in. I did this for 5 days and thought I was cured because no new infestations were taking place. The last two days I put no iodine on...I just sprayed with the solution. I woke up this morning with a few infestations. I felt disappointed but I learned that I should continue to put on the Iodine until all the eggs hatch and these critters are killed before they lay eggs. Well this is my illusion as of today. I'll let everyone know how I am doing. We wash sheets and bed covers every day and I wash my clothes every day. I shower twice a day and spray and put on the iodine twice a day and this has worked very well. I just got too confident too early. I also drink about 3 - 4 drops of lugol's iodine in water twice a day. It really is good for me. My blood is getting very healthy. My friend does live blood analysis and she is helping me through this experience. I love life and I am grateful for this experience.
Anonymous

UK

#43 Feb 8, 2011
Glad you are grateful for scabies. Yeh its a gr8 experiemce. PLEASE. Wot a load of crap.
laurel

Prince George, Canada

#44 Feb 9, 2011
ask yout pharmasist. mine gave me something that started with a K and it worked well. you will ich for 2 weeks after then it will be gone and ya it cost like $45.00
RBO

Chicago, IL

#45 Mar 18, 2012
Don't throw your clothes away. Do like I did (if you are fortunate to have a washer and dryer). Turn the water heater up as hot as it goes about an hour before you wash. Get a big (5 gallon ) pot and boil the water. Get one cheap at walmart/target. Let the washer fill with water then pour in the boiling water. let the washer start moving without the clothes. Put in your borax and washing detergent. Leave the lid to the washer open(so it won't dump the water after the washing cycle. once all the borax and detergent are mixed in the water good, then add your clothes. Use a stick to push the clothes under water so you don't burn your hands with the boiling water. Nothing will survive 2 hundred degree water. Remember, leave the lid open so once the first cycle is done it won't dump the water. let it sit for at least 30 min to an hour. Then just close the lid and let the washer do the rest.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#46 Mar 19, 2012
Dexoprin and all other products from ScabiesKiller are not, I repeat not effective Scabies cures! Many many people from this forum, including myself, wasted our time and money on their snake oil phony products. This company is a sham! Most essential oils and enzymes do nothing to the mites so beware of the mail order con men trying to separate you from your money while you suffer. You've been warned!
whatworksbest

Berkley, MI

#47 May 18, 2012
I've done my research and I came across Naturasil that is non toxic. Can anyone say whether they have had success with this product? I guess the soap they have is sulfar and lavendar based and creams you use in conjunction for effective results. They also sell a non toxic BenzaRid to spray on furniture, rugs, mattresses etc. Can anyone speak on this product? Thanks for any help!
Itchy and Scratchy

Sydney, Australia

#48 May 19, 2012
It would take a while for me to list all of the things that I have tried for my treatment resistant scabies. Have gone through 12 packets of Permethrin cream, three bottles of Permethrin lotion, four bottles of Maldacin hair products that I tried on my skin (because Maldicin is the only thing that kills eggs - is very harsh and is watered down too much to be useful in human products however I have found). Am going to try the bleach curenow I have decided. What the hell - it' s cheap at least. Spent a fortune on the Naturasil pack and have not had any success with it. Tried sulphur and sulphur products - natural oils including tea tree. Tried kerosine I was so desperate and definitely do not recommend this as it made me quite sick. I have been doing stuff every day now for 13 weeks. Wearing out my washing machine. Doctors think I am crazy and have some form of psychosis I am sure. I wish that it were this simple. Have given the mites to my sister and my nieces and also my partner. As far as I know neither psychosis or "dermatitis" which is the other common doctor misdiagnosis, are catching. I'll let you know how I go.
fight the battle

Circleville, OH

#49 May 19, 2012
whatworksbest wrote:
I've done my research and I came across Naturasil that is non toxic. Can anyone say whether they have had seccess with this product? I guess the soap they have is sulfar and lavendar based and creams you use in conjunction for effective results. They also sell a non toxic BenzaRid to spray on furniture, rugs, mattresses etc. Can anyone speak on this product? Thanks for any help!
Well I tried that Naturasil an did not work for us, spent alot of money on it no help!!!
mary

Puebla, Mexico

#50 Aug 2, 2012
juzt tell me if it work?? plzzzzzzz
elle

Columbia, MO

#51 Oct 5, 2012
Neem oil in lotion or shampoo has been the most effective product I have used. Disinfect household areas with old fashioned Lysol disinfectant. Make to dilute it per direction. Be careful with this because is dangerous for eyes.
ray

Las Vegas, NV

#52 Nov 24, 2012
laurel wrote:
ask yout pharmasist. mine gave me something that started with a K and it worked well. you will ich for 2 weeks after then it will be gone and ya it cost like $45.00
hey if this worked how about telling us the damn name and stop screwing us over
Dude

Halifax, Canada

#53 Apr 23, 2013
I had scabies for 6 months when I was 17 (25 now) and the stuff the doctor gave me was just crap. It really didn't even touch the infestation. I found this stuff online and they were gone within a couple weeks. I've been itchy ever since, but that's psychological after months of scratching, (I would wake up in the morning with my legs bleeding from sleep scratching). I really liked this stuff and it was a great help when I needed it. I hope I never need it again, but I am glad that it is still around in case I ever wear a friends shirt for a day again.
Dude

Halifax, Canada

#54 Apr 23, 2013
Of course dexoprin may have changed in the 8 years since I used it, but it worked then and my outbreak was really bad. All over my back, legs, arms, and hands. pretty much everywhere except my face,(they don't like face oil at all). When my dad first saw it as he helped me put on the garbage from the doctor he said "holy shit, I didn't know this was so bad".
FRED

Golden, CO

#55 Apr 24, 2013
Dude wrote:
I had scabies for 6 months when I was 17 (25 now) and the stuff the doctor gave me was just crap. It really didn't even touch the infestation. I found this stuff online and they were gone within a couple weeks. I've been itchy ever since, but that's psychological after months of scratching,(I would wake up in the morning with my legs bleeding from sleep scratching). I really liked this stuff and it was a great help when I needed it. I hope I never need it again, but I am glad that it is still around in case I ever wear a friends shirt for a day again.
The itchyness you are experiencing is a histamine reaction to an infection you have, In other words at this point your immune system (killer cells)is doing it's best to keep the infection in check. When a pathogen such as a bacteria or fungus or virus is killed then a toxin is created inside you, the histamine reaction to that makes you itch.

Psychologically itching is one thing but periphrial neuropathy also is something to consider, this is caused by an existing infection and causes your nerves to short circuit giving any variety of sensations.

It sounds like the treatment you used worked well but you should consider this, the mites that gave you the scabies condition also carried other microbial infections and some of those could be Borriela, Babesia, Bartonella, Mycoplasma or Erlichia, there are a lot more potential ones.

These kind of infections are carried by a lot of different insects now, bed bugs, mosquitoes, biting flies, etc.

In order to get rid of the itching you need to go to an infectious disease specialist, a regular doctor or even worse a Dermatologist are clueless. If you can find one that practices integrative medicine that would be best. They will need to do blood tests you for a panel of insect vector pathogens. Once the results are back from a credible lab and the exact pathogens are identified a course of treatment can be prescribed.

It's good that you are young so your immune system is still pretty strong. If you just ignore the itching the pathogens inside you wil continue to grow , inside biofilms, and many years down the road it is very likely you will develop some serious symptoms.

Mycoplasma is the most serious of these types of infections because it has been shown to develop into conditions like fibromyalgia or ALS.
FRED

Golden, CO

#56 Apr 24, 2013
Unfortunately at this point in time the information and scientific documentation about proliferation of many diseases that are insect transmitted is not at all up to date. Just about all doctors are happy to use info that isn't valid anymore and scientists have an uphill battle to get the truth out. Our world is currently undergoing a dramatic transformation in terms of the ecosystem and a big player in this is the introduction of organisms into nature that are designed to genetically alter another organism. The problem is that the genetically modified organisms DNA is unstable and changes according to it's environment,the fluid genome, and pathogens exchange DNA making them able to share resistance so the potential for highly resistant and mutated pathogens now exist where it previously had not.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/ju...
Zach Johnson

Columbia, SC

#57 Jul 11, 2013
SOMONE PLEASE FIND A CURE BECAUSE I HAVE ONLY FOUND 1 cure for the scabie mites ...everyone that is going through this please listen very closely ..go into where ever you store your gasoline and 12gauge pump shotgun..step 1 BURN EVERYTHING step 2 finish yourself with a slug...II'VE TRIED EVERYTHING I went and purchased a very cosy some what new home and started dexoprin as I first moved in and after trying every home remedie any human being can think of and about a year of depression mental illness and no sleep I have noticed that I would rather be dead then keep getting my hopes up that scabies will go away because mainly I've been to the doctors 3times and every time I went in they said they don't know what to even identify the bugs but there is something in my skin I honestly feel like they're is
ways to get rid of it all you have to dump a few shells in your head and burn everything unless you want scabies...forever,
tom

Middlesbrough, UK

#58 Aug 15, 2013
The only thing that works to rid your house of these horrible scabies is good quality Fly Spay YES fly spray, spray every damn thing your bed, furniture everything. I had them, and it was driving me insane so i tried fly spray 6 cans scabies gone.
sara

Atlanta, GA

#59 Jan 6, 2014
whatever wrote:
Since scabies has been around forever how did they do it before pharmaceuticals? I've heard sulphur, so where did they get it. How did they use it.
You get it at any pharmacy, tell them its for analgesic...I heard it burns your skin and if you have ezcema it will make you break out really bad.....
sara

Atlanta, GA

#60 Jan 6, 2014
tom wrote:
The only thing that works to rid your house of these horrible scabies is good quality Fly Spay YES fly spray, spray every damn thing your bed, furniture everything. I had them, and it was driving me insane so i tried fly spray 6 cans scabies gone.
How did you get them off your clothes? Or did you toss your clothes in the garbage....

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