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Inspector Clouseau

Tampa, FL

#108 May 21, 2014
ashleyshere wrote:
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Fred is so entertaining. A year ago he defended homeopathy as God's gift to curing everyone of everything, including Scabies! Today it's dumb. Well Fred, you are dumb, dumb, dumb. Really. You should be entertaining the troops. You are the Soupy Sales of Scabies forums.
Soupy Sales? What are you like 80 years old? No wonder you are so cranky!

Since: Feb 11

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#109 Jul 28, 2014
Bangalorean, are you still here? I've been able to get the 10M rhododendron chrys. Are you suggesting one single pellet per week? That's what I've started. Just wanted your opinion.
Bangalorean

Bangalore, India

#110 Jul 28, 2014
Canuckette wrote:
Bangalorean, are you still here? I've been able to get the 10M rhododendron chrys. Are you suggesting one single pellet per week? That's what I've started. Just wanted your opinion.

Yes, that's the one. Start with one dose a week and if there's no adverse reaction, go on increasing the doses, week by week. It works best around New moon (week before and after) and before weather changes. It also enhances the work of Pulsatilla, Staphisagria, etc. So glad you got it! Let me know if it heals you.:)

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#111 Jul 31, 2014
Bangalorean wrote:
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Yes, that's the one. Start with one dose a week and if there's no adverse reaction, go on increasing the doses, week by week. It works best around New moon (week before and after) and before weather changes. It also enhances the work of Pulsatilla, Staphisagria, etc. So glad you got it! Let me know if it heals you.:)
Thanks Bangalorean. I'll continue with it.

Since: Feb 12

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#113 Oct 3, 2014
Hi C, Haven't heard from you in a while so I wondered if you've gotten better or worse ... or no change?
ahhh

Lindenhurst, NY

#114 Oct 14, 2014
After lots of different treatments and still feeling the symptoms and itchiness of scabies I finally got some psorinum 30c . I started taking it about a week ago. It says that drinking coffee while doing the treatment will make the psorinum ineffective. Unfortunately I drink a lot of coffee and was wondering if anyone knew of a coffee replacement that would not effect the psorinum?
Hope

Riverside, CA

#115 Oct 14, 2014
I have no clue how I came up with this but it works...

Get a spray bottle and mix 1/4 cup of each, organic apple cider vinegar, witch hazel, rubbing alcohol and a tablespoon of salt. Mix well.

I sprayed the solution on me and then I used a spoonful of coconut oil and a spoonful of Vaseline to lock it in. Within seconds, the little black mites were coming out thru my skin. I left it on for a few hours and reapplied. I did this about 3 times a day. The second day little mites were come of our but not as many, however, what I noticed were white substances appearing, which im pretty sure were the eggs... I'm not as itchy today. I'm going to do this for about a week or until I have no more coming out.. Since eggs hatch in days...

I also used the same solution and aprayed my bed... hope this helps..
william

United States

#116 Oct 14, 2014
It doesnt matter what you drink with it, homeopathy will not cure scabies. Period.

Since: Feb 12

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#117 Oct 14, 2014
ahhh wrote:
After lots of different treatments and still feeling the symptoms and itchiness of scabies I finally got some psorinum 30c . I started taking it about a week ago. It says that drinking coffee while doing the treatment will make the psorinum ineffective. Unfortunately I drink a lot of coffee and was wondering if anyone knew of a coffee replacement that would not effect the psorinum?
Anything else is fine. Tea is what most go with
even though it has caff. Try chocolate, fruit juice, ginger tea.

Psorinum works great if you're young - the older we get the more debilitated our overall condition seems to get, and scabies seems to be a result of that breakdown rather than the cause.

All the best!:)
Ford

United States

#118 Oct 15, 2014
Bangalorean wrote:
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Anything else is fine. Tea is what most go with
even though it has caff. Try chocolate, fruit juice, ginger tea.
Psorinum works great if you're young - the older we get the more debilitated our overall condition seems to get, and scabies seems to be a result of that breakdown rather than the cause.
All the best!:)
Again, anything concerning homeopathy, has no influence whatsover on scabies. Please dont waste your money on this. It wont work for children, teenagers, adults, or pets. It has nothing to do with age. It is basically a hoax.

Since: Feb 11

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#120 Oct 20, 2014
Bangalorean wrote:
Hi C, Haven't heard from you in a while so I wondered if you've gotten better or worse ... or no change?
Hi Bangalorean,
Haven't been on for a long time. I need to get back to homeopathic. I've been trying artemisinin for now with pretty good success, and am continuing. I was concerned about taking psorinum with artemisinin, but perhaps will try it. Thanks for asking, Bangalorean.
Bangalorean

Mumbai, India

#121 Oct 20, 2014
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Hi Bangalorean,
Haven't been on for a long time. I need to get back to homeopathic. I've been trying artemisinin for now with pretty good success, and am continuing. I was concerned about taking psorinum with artemisinin, but perhaps will try it. Thanks for asking, Bangalorean.
I haven't heard of artemisinin, but if it's any relation of the homeopathic artemesia it should be a good anti parasitic.

Don't do psorinum if you're in no shape to handle a pull-out or aggravation. Psorinum had an unrelenting 6month long aggravation for me. Just stick to what is working right now without tweaking.:)
oh my

Hollywood, FL

#122 Oct 21, 2014
Again, you guys can talk as if any of these scams are helping you, but they are just scams and they.dont even provide one bit of relief for scabies. At least a change of diet or lifestyle will bring relief but not homeopathy. Its a scam. The anti parasitics work, but not homeopathy. I see that missy denver is back here posting. No need to fight with you guys, but you all are talking out of your ass. Fred, if you want to continue on here please do but dont recommend this to people coming here. It just doesnt do a damn thing for disease.
FRED

Wheat Ridge, CO

#123 Oct 23, 2014
Canuckette wrote:
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Hi Bangalorean,
Haven't been on for a long time. I need to get back to homeopathic. I've been trying artemisinin for now with pretty good success, and am continuing. I was concerned about taking psorinum with artemisinin, but perhaps will try it. Thanks for asking, Bangalorean.
A lot of people use artemisinin for protozoan infection related to Lyme disease , Babesia infection. Artemisinin is hepatoxic just as many wormwood extracts are , it's a dumb choice.

Homeopathy is useless garbage that only someone who really doesn't understand much about microbiology, genetics, nutrition and infections would suggest. That's why BangBang suggests it, because she doesn't really know anything.

Most of the people in this forum don't have scabies they have lyme disease.
Prison Door

Hollywood, FL

#124 Oct 28, 2014
@Fred, Denver,
Nope, wrong again, most of the people coming to this forum have scabies, not lyme disease. That's where your lyme infested brain has it all screwed up. You have lyme, not the people on this forum. You can't diagnose Adana or anyone else on here. You don't know. You are just a lonely old computer programmer, who has messed with this forum for wayyyyyyyyyyyy toooo long.

Since: Feb 12

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#125 Dec 3, 2014
Most of you will have noticed that the scabies symptoms get much worse as the winter sets it, especially those with itching or parchment-like dry skin and oozing crusts. Even those who've been 'cured' will suffer during this time of yearly relapse.

This is a good time to take a dose of Psorinum 1m or 200. Sulphur works well with it. It will reduce the impact of the seasonal change of weather on the body.(Just FYI for those who've already bought Psorinum and have it at home.)

Since: Feb 12

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#126 Jan 6, 2015
Canuckette and Fred, since you're the only two from way back still around, I thought that this book might interest you.

It describes a peculiar form of tubercular disease called Scrofula which comes back repeatedly. Allopaths have struggled with it in the past until modern medicine has just done away with the term 'scrofula'.

But it does describe the horrible sufferings of most people on the scabies forum, the repeated attacks, etc.(He's long-winded but do read his introduction and then page 50+ where he covers skin affectations.) So many of those that we were trying to treat as psoric were probably scrofulous.

He recommends a bunch of remedies with cases of cure that might be easier for you to order in when you see some resemblance to your own problem. Just FYI!
Sofia

Philadelphia, PA

#129 Jun 1, 2015
Has anyone used Dr Scabies to cure scabies?

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