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#561 Nov 10, 2012
so are you only doing the internal borax canuckette and still getting the same results, relief and almost cured? are you only taking the borax with a litre of water or are you taking other stuff or doing a topical along with the internal borax?
thanks!

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#564 Nov 12, 2012
Whatisupwith this thread? slow lately

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#565 Nov 12, 2012
Because, people are writing off topic here.
I am doing both and slowly getting to the better part. On my 14th drop of H2O2.

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#566 Nov 12, 2012
fight, did you start out with 1 drop? i am wondering of i can do.this with my 2 and 3 year old
hanging in there

Cedar Falls, IA

#567 Nov 12, 2012
Anybody using the borax water without the hydrogen peroxide as the post shower topical? Do not want the hydrogen peroxide to change my hair color.

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#568 Nov 12, 2012
JustJacqueline wrote:
fight, did you start out with 1 drop? i am wondering of i can do.this with my 2 and 3 year old
I started with 5 drops, just remember it's a food grade 35% H2O2 not the one you can buy from walmart. I don't know if it's OK to give it to 2 or 3 year old.
Here is the link to One minute cure book where you can read how to properly use it. http://files.meetup.com/562554/OneMinuteCure....

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#569 Nov 12, 2012
hanging in there wrote:
Anybody using the borax water without the hydrogen peroxide as the post shower topical? Do not want the hydrogen peroxide to change my hair color.
If this is what it takes to get cured, it's not a big deal. I used it on my head as well and I look like Irish now lol. Also makes your hair less visible on your body.
Maria

Torrance, CA

#570 Nov 13, 2012
What's ACV? is it the antiviral drug or Apple Cider Vinegar?

If it's the antiviral drug, how do you get one? Do you need prescription?

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#571 Nov 13, 2012
Maria wrote:
What's ACV? is it the antiviral drug or Apple Cider Vinegar?
If it's the antiviral drug, how do you get one? Do you need prescription?
Apple Cider Vinegar
Maria

Torrance, CA

#572 Nov 14, 2012
Thanks Fight them hard, just remember you need to do this for 2 months straight. That's what Ted said. He said you should see the difference 2-3 weeks, and 1 month - 2 months the nanoinsects and the mycoplasmas will be gone. Just cause they're not manifesting themselves, doesn't mean they're not there.
Maria

Torrance, CA

#573 Nov 14, 2012
By the way, if you've been itching for weeks, and don't have scabs, tunnels and your skin isn't flaky, then you have Morgellons.

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#574 Nov 14, 2012
Maria wrote:
By the way, if you've been itching for weeks, and don't have scabs, tunnels and your skin isn't flaky, then you have Morgellons.
so what about mosquito looking bites? i have psoriasis so it's hard for me to distinguish...

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#575 Nov 14, 2012
just wanted to say thanks fight them hard. my.mom just keeps saying where on earth did you pick these up...No more goodwill for me :(
Carey

Torrance, CA

#576 Nov 14, 2012
Psoriasis is a common skin condition that causes skin redness and irritation. Most people with psoriasis have thick, red skin with flaky, silver-white patches called scales.

I believe i mentioned flaky.

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#577 Nov 15, 2012
Carey wrote:
Psoriasis is a common skin condition that causes skin redness and irritation. Most people with psoriasis have thick, red skin with flaky, silver-white patches called scales.
I believe i mentioned flaky.
i know what my psoriasis is...you said if it's not flaky it's not scabies...but i don't really believe that. We have large mosquito-ish bites. it's not bug season here though. We donothave bed bugs. so maybe scabies doesn't present the same in everyone.
FRED

Oceanside, CA

#578 Nov 16, 2012
I did the 1000 mile drive and my first appt is today at 3p.m., then it takes 3-5 days to process the tests, then get the meds.My symptoms are pretty obvious now though.

When it comes to actual Morgellons doctors there really is only one in this country. If you do the search you find a lot of docs and Derms who say they treat morgellons but looking at their info they all treat it with pimizode or ORAP which is a psychiatric drug they use for terrets syndromeand delusions of parasites. The doctor I found Is an accomplished pathologist who has been researching
this for a very long time. There are only a handful
of top level morgellons researchers in the world who actually know what the disease really is and he is in the top tier of those, he invented the medication too. This should be interesting......

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#579 Nov 17, 2012
Your are welcome guys. I am on my 3rd week and some parts of my body is clearing up. I am well prepared to do this for a 2 month. I am already on my 18 drop of 35% H2O2 and thinking to go up to 26 drops. I have just regular scabies and hope this remedy will help me to get rid of them. Borax will dry your skin for sure, so I am using coconut oil and it's helping. I understand that we need to bring our immune system up and HP balance alkaline to get a better chance. Good luck everyone!
In UK2

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#580 Nov 17, 2012
FRED:
It's hard to know if you are the same FRED posting this CURE or that CURE and using many different aliases and tones in multiple responses to your own questions, so why don't you go ahead and post the name and clinic of the doctor you've driven 1000 miles to see. Doing so would put us at ease and give us specific information. I would be one of many that is comfortable that you're being genuine here, which I'm Hoping you are.

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#581 Nov 17, 2012
itchee wrote:
so are you only doing the internal borax canuckette and still getting the same results, relief and almost cured? are you only taking the borax with a litre of water or are you taking other stuff or doing a topical along with the internal borax?
thanks!
Hi there itchee,
Yes I'm doing just the internal food grade H2O2 and borax. If I ever have the time, I do ACVinegar as well - it does seem to help. Externally, coconut oil has make them miserable as does high % alcohol hand sanitizer. Both make them come out. I still think brewer's yeast is helpful, 1/4 cup mixed in water per day. Unlike the many insulting posts by the king of the castle, brewer's yeast is a by-product of brewing and not the same thing as nutritional yeast. Nor can brewer's yeast turn itself into another yeast, anymore than one type of mammal can turn itself into another type of mammal, except at Halloween of course. If nothing else, the many good effects of brewer's yeast make it worth taking. I've avoided posting because of the insults, but I decided the rest of you are worth putting up with the insults. In any case, we all need all the help we can get here. There certainly isn't much help in the rest of the world.

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#582 Nov 17, 2012
JustJacqueline wrote:
just wanted to say thanks fight them hard. my.mom just keeps saying where on earth did you pick these up...No more goodwill for me :(
Many of us on the forum picked up this plague from a hotel room, as did my husband and I. They are so contagious that going to a theatre is a bit risky for those of us prone to it. Since the psoriasis leaves your skin broken, that is a great place for the mites to move in and set up house. When I have had allergic reactions on my skin, I found avocado oil, from the specialty oils section of the grocery store, to be really healing. You could add that to your regimen.

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