the cure is so simple, I can't believ...
FRED

Wheat Ridge, CO

#1388 Jul 1, 2014
The crawling and biting sensations as well as many varied skin rashes are common hallmarks of Lyme disease.

http://www.tiredoflyme.com/bizarre-neurologic...
lola

New York, NY

#1389 Jul 2, 2014
is the chlorine something one could put in bath and also use for hair?
since bleach can not be used in hair.
Are you still cured? thanks

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#1390 Jul 2, 2014
lola wrote:
is the chlorine something one could put in bath and also use for hair?
since bleach can not be used in hair.
Are you still cured? thanks
Most people on the Scabies forum take bleach baths that include submerging your entire body. I used 3 cups of clorox with baking soda in a hot bath 3x a week, it gives temporary relief.
trieditall

Newberg, OR

#1393 Aug 11, 2014
i posted the cure and its not here???
lola

New York, NY

#1394 Aug 11, 2014
ashleyshere wrote:
<quoted text>
Most people on the Scabies forum take bleach baths that include submerging your entire body. I used 3 cups of clorox with baking soda in a hot bath 3x a week, it gives temporary relief.
Doesnt it bleach your hair? I have brown hair.
Thanks
lola

New York, NY

#1395 Aug 11, 2014
trieditall wrote:
i posted the cure and its not here???
Pls post again. If anyone has found a true cure, would be great to post multiple times !!

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#1396 Aug 11, 2014
lola wrote:
<quoted text>Doesnt it bleach your hair? I have brown hair.
Thanks
Bleach does not affect your hair color, you are thinking of hydrogen peroxide.
So Descusted

Hockessin, DE

#1397 Oct 13, 2014
xoDiane wrote:
I have been comming here for over a year, almost 2, and I have tried turpentine (it does work on your scalp), A&H (only keeps them at bay), tea tree oil (sooths), diatomaceous earth ((good for getting rid of internal parasites internally and the pain of arthritis)) very helpful but not for scabies though. I was at my Dr's office and my new Dr.(a young girl fresh out of med. school) said she knows how to get rid of scabies and it's bleach, I'm thinking "ya right", so I deluted it with 3 parts water and some A&H and now I luv this new Dr.!!!! I mean how quick and cheap could it be, and after spraying myself after a shower they were gone, I hate putting it on my face, and you have to be very careful not to get it in your eyes, they are totally gone! I've waited several weeks before writing this just in case they came back but, they are gone, the only thing that was difficult was figuring out how to get them off my scalp, so I used turpentine oil, left it on my scalp for a few day then washed it out and you can apply it the next couple of shampoos later to be sure, I just can't believe it was so easy, I search bleach scabies online and all the SPAM leads you to believe it won't work or it's too dangerous,(bull s**t)!!!!! They just can't sell their products if you knew about using bleach. I'm soooo sick of all the spam here and you know it's spam if they include a link in the post. Good luck and let me know how it goes for you. Much Love!
thankyou so much , I am praying that it works for me. I've had these for 3 months and my face and hands are hurting from these things.... I called my dr.'s office and told them to call me in something or I'm gonna do a bleach bath and the secretary said No omg don't do that... I said yes I am I can't take it anymore... I'll let you know how it works. Thanks again you've given me hope
traceybee

Auckland, New Zealand

#1398 Nov 16, 2014
xoDiane wrote:
I have been comming here for over a year, almost 2, and I have tried turpentine (it does work on your scalp), A&H (only keeps them at bay), tea tree oil (sooths), diatomaceous earth ((good for getting rid of internal parasites internally and the pain of arthritis)) very helpful but not for scabies though. I was at my Dr's office and my new Dr.(a young girl fresh out of med. school) said she knows how to get rid of scabies and it's bleach, I'm thinking "ya right", so I deluted it with 3 parts water and some A&H and now I luv this new Dr.!!!! I mean how quick and cheap could it be, and after spraying myself after a shower they were gone, I hate putting it on my face, and you have to be very careful not to get it in your eyes, they are totally gone! I've waited several weeks before writing this just in case they came back but, they are gone, the only thing that was difficult was figuring out how to get them off my scalp, so I used turpentine oil, left it on my scalp for a few day then washed it out and you can apply it the next couple of shampoos later to be sure, I just can't believe it was so easy, I search bleach scabies online and all the SPAM leads you to believe it won't work or it's too dangerous,(bull s**t)!!!!! They just can't sell their products if you knew about using bleach. I'm soooo sick of all the spam here and you know it's spam if they include a link in the post. Good luck and let me know how it goes for you. Much Love!
Hi Could you please tell me what A & H means? Thanks!

Since: Oct 14

Carpentersville, IL

#1399 Nov 16, 2014
traceybee wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Could you please tell me what A & H means? Thanks!
Arm and hammer laundry detergent, powder is what people usually refer to around here.

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#1400 Nov 16, 2014
Depressed and anxious wrote:
<quoted text>Arm and hammer laundry detergent, powder is what people usually refer to around here.
Not A + H Laundry Detergent! Go to Walmart and buy large box of Arm and Hammer Baking Soda, pour half a box in a bathtub full of hot water, add two or three cups clorox bleach and submerge your entire body in it for twenty minutes. The mixture will kill all mites close to surface of the skin. Then empty the tub while you're in it and shower off using hand soap or shampoo to get the bleach off your skin. Towel dry and enjoy temporary relief from the mites. Do this daily or every other day to help manage the infestation.
dez33

Corpus Christi, TX

#1403 Nov 19, 2014
Tea tree oil shampoo and condition. It works wonders for us! Bleach is great, but I believe my skin became irritated to it I itched even more.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1404 Nov 20, 2014
traceybee wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Could you please tell me what A & H means? Thanks!
This is Arm & Hammer POWDERED detergent. The ingredients are slightly different than the liquid A&H detergent and the powdered variety is not available in Canada. Some have been cured with it. The key ingredient is apparently in OxyClean which can be added to laundry along with borax. Theoretically, it will work in the bath as well as the A&H. I haven't tried it.
Frank

Hollywood, FL

#1405 Nov 20, 2014
The key ingredient is sodium carbonate. This powdered laundry detergent is good for laundry, but is not intended for human skin use. A mixture of borax and hydrogen peroxide and water can be used on your skin, if you have ectoparasites. Borax and h202 kills mites. do a search on this forum for this. The only thing arm and hammer laundry detergent should be used for it LAUNDRY.
carry on mite warriors.
Jersey Girl

Montclair, NJ

#1406 Nov 22, 2014
xoDiane wrote:
I have been comming here for over a year, almost 2, and I have tried turpentine (it does work on your scalp), A&H (only keeps them at bay), tea tree oil (sooths), diatomaceous earth ((good for getting rid of internal parasites internally and the pain of arthritis)) very helpful but not for scabies though. I was at my Dr's office and my new Dr.(a young girl fresh out of med. school) said she knows how to get rid of scabies and it's bleach, I'm thinking "ya right", so I deluted it with 3 parts water and some A&H and now I luv this new Dr.!!!! I mean how quick and cheap could it be, and after spraying myself after a shower they were gone, I hate putting it on my face, and you have to be very careful not to get it in your eyes, they are totally gone! I've waited several weeks before writing this just in case they came back but, they are gone, the only thing that was difficult was figuring out how to get them off my scalp, so I used turpentine oil, left it on my scalp for a few day then washed it out and you can apply it the next couple of shampoos later to be sure, I just can't believe it was so easy, I search bleach scabies online and all the SPAM leads you to believe it won't work or it's too dangerous,(bull s**t)!!!!! They just can't sell their products if you knew about using bleach. I'm soooo sick of all the spam here and you know it's spam if they include a link in the post. Good luck and let me know how it goes for you. Much Love!
What's A&H?
Jersey Girl

Montclair, NJ

#1407 Nov 22, 2014
Frank wrote:
The key ingredient is sodium carbonate. This powdered laundry detergent is good for laundry, but is not intended for human skin use. A mixture of borax and hydrogen peroxide and water can be used on your skin, if you have ectoparasites. Borax and h202 kills mites. do a search on this forum for this. The only thing arm and hammer laundry detergent should be used for it LAUNDRY.
carry on mite warriors.
Right on frank! thanx for putting a smile on my face too!
E Albrecht

Fort Bragg, CA

#1408 Nov 26, 2014
It is Nov. 26, 2014. I just found your site and am anxious to try this. Mama used to put bleach on poisen oak and it works. Thanks for leaving your site up. I just saw the postings for Jan. 7-11, 2011.
E Albrecht

Fort Bragg, CA

#1409 Nov 26, 2014
ashleyshere wrote:
<quoted text>
Not A + H Laundry Detergent! Go to Walmart and buy large box of Arm and Hammer Baking Soda, and pour half a box in a bathtub full of hot water, add two or three cups clorox bleach and submerge your entire body in it for twenty minutes. The mixture will kill all mites close to surface of the skin. Then empty the tub while you're in it and shower off using hand soap or shampoo to get the bleach off your skin. Towel dry and enjoy temporary relief from the mites. Do this daily or every other day to help manage the infestation.
Diluted vinegar will change the pH of bleach back to normal. Spray your hair or skin, rub it around, and rinse. Works on anything sugary also.
E Albrecht

Fort Bragg, CA

#1410 Nov 26, 2014
Do I spray bleach water on and leave it on or how long before I rinse it off?
sharky 57

London, UK

#1411 Jan 13, 2015
xoDiane wrote:
I have been comming here for over a year, almost 2, and I have tried turpentine (it does work on your scalp), A&H (only keeps them at bay), tea tree oil (sooths), diatomaceous earth ((good for getting rid of internal parasites internally and the pain of arthritis)) very helpful but not for scabies though. I was at my Dr's office and my new Dr.(a young girl fresh out of med. school) said she knows how to get rid of scabies and it's bleach, I'm thinking "ya right", so I deluted it with 3 parts water and some A&H and now I luv this new Dr.!!!! I mean how quick and cheap could it be, and after spraying myself after a shower they were gone, I hate putting it on my face, and you have to be very careful not to get it in your eyes, they are totally gone! I've waited several weeks before writing this just in case they came back but, they are gone, the only thing that was difficult was figuring out how to get them off my scalp, so I used turpentine oil, left it on my scalp for a few day then washed it out and you can apply it the next couple of shampoos later to be sure, I just can't believe it was so easy, I search bleach scabies online and all the SPAM leads you to believe it won't work or it's too dangerous,(bull s**t)!!!!! They just can't sell their products if you knew about using bleach. I'm soooo sick of all the spam here and you know it's spam if they include a link in the post. Good luck and let me know how it goes for you. Much Love!
BLEACH??? Are you sure?? I got a drop of bleach on my hand once and it burnt and scarred me. I know its gotta be diluted..but still..all over thebody??

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