Borax Solution - CURE
FRED

Denver, CO

#994 Jan 18, 2013
cured_ not_ almost wrote:
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Gosh Fred, hanging out with you can be
Soooooooo entertaining
Far infrared, hope I can get one soon.
Cured not almost would you please make your location visible for those among us who can reason.

Entertaining?

Hey, Ya know Chris Christie kinda liked Hurricane Sandy because it was just enough liquid to wash down what he just ate.

That's all i got..........carpe diem
FRED

Denver, CO

#995 Jan 18, 2013
The following is from JAAD,the Journal of the American
Academy of Dermatology. It is the standard approach now for Dermatologists to treat anyone who comes in with a mite infection or morgellons that has been treating for over a few months. they don't acknowledge morgellons existance. You can find it online but you have to register and pay $30.

"P1112
Delusional infestation: Analysis of ‘‘matchbook’’ sign specimens and
biopsy results
Sara Hylwa, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States; J. Michael Bostwick,
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States; Jessica Bury, MD, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN, United States; Mark Davis, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN,
United States; Mark Pittelkow, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
Delusional infestation (DI) occurs when patients believe their bodies are pathogeninfested,
despite a lack of objective evidence. Most frequent is a belief of parasite
infestation, although complaints of inanimate matter have been documented. While
DI patients frequently produce tangible specimens as ‘‘proof’’ of infestation, no
published studies have objectively examined these ‘‘matchbox’’ specimens.
Moreover, although DI has been called an ‘‘easy’’ diagnosis, many patients undergo
skin biopsies, even though no study has evaluated their utility. We retrospectively
review a sample of patient-provided specimens and physician-obtained biopsy
specimens from DI work-ups at a tertiary medical center. Following Freudenmann
and Lepping’s criteria, we defined DI as abnormal skin sensations in a patient
believing he/she is infested with pathogens in the absence of objective evidence. All
Mayo Clinic patients from 2001 to 2007 who met DI criteria and had a specimen
review, biopsy, or both, were included. Of 108 patients, 28 gave specimens, 28 had
biopsies, and 52 did both. On specimen review, primarily in dermatology or
pathology, only one sample (1%) had parasite evidence (pubic lice). Others proved
to be cutaneous debris, environmental detritus, or food. Ten specimens (13%) were
insects, but of noninfesting,‘‘window sill’’ varieties. Skin was the most common
biopsy target (97%). No biopsy specimen supported infestation. Common nonparasitic
findings were chronic dermatitis (33%), nonspecific dermal inflammation
(25%), and excoriation (21%). Only two cases (3%) revealed primary skin disease. A
DI work-up must rule out true infestation, but neither patient-provided specimens
nor biopsy specimens yielded new data that changed a DI diagnosis when DI had
been primarily suspected. Office reviews of patient-provided specimens build
patient rapport and are of minimal cost. Rarely, true pathogens emerge. We
recommend routine review of patient-provided specimens. However, biopsy specimens,
which are expensive and invasive, appear to lack diagnostic value, unless
primary skin disease with secondary DI elaboration is suspected. We conclude that
biopsies during DI workups should not be automatic."

Since: Jan 13

Greeley, CO

#996 Jan 18, 2013
FRED wrote:
The following is from JAAD,the Journal of the American
Academy of Dermatology. It is the standard approach now for Dermatologists to treat anyone who comes in with a mite infection or morgellons that has been treating for over a few months. they don't acknowledge morgellons existance. You can find it online but you have to register and pay $30.
"P1112
Delusional infestation: Analysis of ‘‘matchbook’’ sign specimens and
biopsy results
Sara Hylwa, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States; J. Michael Bostwick,
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States; Jessica Bury, MD, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN, United States; Mark Davis, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN,
United States; Mark Pittelkow, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
Delusional infestation (DI) occurs when patients believe their bodies are pathogeninfested,
despite a lack of objective evidence. Most frequent is a belief of parasite
infestation, although complaints of inanimate matter have been documented. While
DI patients frequently produce tangible specimens as ‘‘proof’’ of infestation, no
published studies have objectively examined these ‘‘matchbox’’ specimens.
Moreover, although DI has been called an ‘‘easy’’ diagnosis, many patients undergo
skin biopsies, even though no study has evaluated their utility. We retrospectively
review a sample of patient-provided specimens and physician-obtained biopsy
specimens from DI work-ups at a tertiary medical center. Following Freudenmann
and Lepping’s criteria, we defined DI as abnormal skin sensations in a patient
believing he/she is infested with pathogens in the absence of objective evidence. All
Mayo Clinic patients from 2001 to 2007 who met DI criteria and had a specimen
review, biopsy, or both, were included. Of 108 patients, 28 gave specimens, 28 had
biopsies, and 52 did both. On specimen review, primarily in dermatology or
pathology, only one sample (1%) had parasite evidence (pubic lice). Others proved
to be cutaneous debris, environmental detritus, or food. Ten specimens (13%) were
insects, but of noninfesting,‘‘window sill’’ varieties. Skin was the most common
biopsy target (97%). No biopsy specimen supported infestation. Common nonparasitic
findings were chronic dermatitis (33%), nonspecific dermal inflammation
(25%), and excoriation (21%). Only two cases (3%) revealed primary skin disease. A
DI work-up must rule out true infestation, but neither patient-provided specimens
nor biopsy specimens yielded new data that changed a DI diagnosis when DI had
been primarily suspected. Office reviews of patient-provided specimens build
patient rapport and are of minimal cost. Rarely, true pathogens emerge. We
recommend routine review of patient-provided specimens. However, biopsy specimens,
which are expensive and invasive, appear to lack diagnostic value, unless
primary skin disease with secondary DI elaboration is suspected. We conclude that
biopsies during DI workups should not be automatic."
Fred are you cured from scabies?
FRED

Denver, CO

#997 Jan 18, 2013
Hey Greely!

I had something else called morgellons disease it's main culprit is an agrobacterium Ti that is now very common in the soil. It will travel from the soil through the watershed and birds that eat the target insects spread it all over too. If you do gardening or work the land your chances of getting it are increased. The symptoms are almost identical to a mite infection in some respects.
Read my posts on the last few pages.
FRED

Denver, CO

#998 Jan 18, 2013
Greeley, duh

Since: Jan 13

Greeley, CO

#999 Jan 18, 2013
FRED wrote:
Hey Greely!
I had something else called morgellons disease it's main culprit is an agrobacterium Ti that is now very common in the soil. It will travel from the soil through the watershed and birds that eat the target insects spread it all over too. If you do gardening or work the land your chances of getting it are increased. The symptoms are almost identical to a mite infection in some respects.
Read my posts on the last few pages.
yep up here in beautiful scabies greeley. man this sh*t really sucks. I'm not familiar with morgellons, but it sounds just as bad if not worse than scabies. I will read up on those last few pages, just got done vacuuming waiting for some borax for laundry. Pretty nice weather though ain't it?
FRED

Denver, CO

#1000 Jan 18, 2013
mitedestroyerCo wrote:
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yep up here in beautiful scabies greeley. man this sh*t really sucks. I'm not familiar with morgellons, but it sounds just as bad if not worse than scabies. I will read up on those last few pages, just got done vacuuming waiting for some borax for laundry. Pretty nice weather though ain't it?
I got out on my bicycle and took a run through Red Rocks park, what treat we are having from momma sun! Hang in there....:/

Since: Jan 13

Greeley, CO

#1001 Jan 18, 2013
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
I got out on my bicycle and took a run through Red Rocks park, what treat we are having from momma sun! Hang in there....:/
Sh*t it has got to get better I mean once you get them you get them but you can only get better from here right!? Wait I think. lol
Luke

United States

#1002 Jan 18, 2013
You are another one of Fred alias.
Let us know if you are a incest cousin of Fred.

Since: Jan 13

Greeley, CO

#1003 Jan 18, 2013
Luke wrote:
You are another one of Fred alias.
Let us know if you are a incest cousin of Fred.
??? very confused but ok

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1004 Jan 18, 2013
FRED wrote:
far infrared..........
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =sXDhGaRssMIXX
Thanks Fred. I have one of those lamps and I'll use it more frequently now.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#1005 Jan 19, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
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Thanks Fred. I have one of those lamps and I'll use it more frequently now.
Far Infrared and regular Infrared isn't the same and most far infrared equipment puts out wavelengths that are actually bad for you. There's a big difference. Regular infrared are like those lights they keep french fries warm with. The reason I got rid of my microwave ovens is that residual radiation stays in the food your eating ,not so healthy...
FRED

Denver, CO

#1006 Jan 19, 2013
mitedestroyerCo wrote:
<quoted text>
??? very confused but ok
Using a proxy server like "Luke" or Puke does, however you want to look at it, he can post his location anywhere and it is printed in that grey color instead of blue for some reason. When it's blue it has a specific location.
See how that works, Puke?
FRED

Denver, CO

#1008 Jan 19, 2013
A couple more things, when you're enjoying your green tea,
better for you than coffee, sprinkle a little organic cinamon on there , it helps to chelate the bloodstream.

I designed this protocol so you can get the most bang for your buck.

Eat lots of fiber and drink over a gallon of filtered water daily.The GI tract will reabsorb toxins unless your loaded up on something that will help carry them out.
Wheat bread is o.k. as long as it is organic and doesn't have sugar in it. Cut all refined sugar out of your diet.

Something like this.

http://www.greenpolkadotbox.com/ezekiel-4-9-s...

the formula of this bread contains beans and lentils so it has protein too,and it's darn tasty. Give up on that sugar laiden bread like pep farms "whole graain"

The plan above is a keeper and will have you feeling better daily.

here is the Far infrared info you need to know so you don't turn yourself into a french fry.



http://www.activecarbonfibers.com/Active%20Ca...

The only brand I could find that puts out just the specific wavelength needed is the MPS, but they take a while to get so if anyone does the homework and finds a different brand please post it here.

That's it , that's your specific and targeted plan for recovery.

!!!quit rubbing chemicals on yourself you are only making the situation worse, This includes windex or even zinc creme , your skin needs to recover and it will have a hard time if it's full of that junk.

The detox bath will help your skin as much as anything you can find.
FRED

Denver, CO

#1009 Jan 19, 2013
I couldn't get the Now Foods link to load but here is a cut and paste of it;

"March 21, 2011
Dear Customers:
NOW Foods is Checking for Radiation in Materials from Japan
NOW Foods does not allow irradiated materials to be used in its products. For many years we have used our microbial lab testing as an indicator of irradiation. Most botanicals, for example, will have low, safe levels of naturally occurring microorganisms. However, a sure sign of irradiation is if the levels drop to 0. More recently, we have expanded our laboratory capabilities with a specific instrument, called the Pulsed Photo-Stimulated Luminescence (PPSL) system, which directly measures irradiation and radiation contamination. We currently use this advanced instrument to check for irradiation in susceptible products.
As a result of the nuclear emergency in Japan and the discovery that milk, some vegetables, and other foodstuffs from the affected regions in Japan have been contaminated with radiation, we are monitoring every new shipment of every material we receive from Japan for radiation, and we will continue this as necessary until the situation returns to normal.
We wish to assure all our customers that we are taking every precaution to ensure that NOW Foods products are not contaminated by radiation, and that we have the sophisticated PPSL instrumentation and capabilities to test for radiation. Any materials found to be contaminated by radiation will be rejected and not used in our products.
Please let us know if you have any questions. You can contact our Nutritionists by phone 1-888-669-3663, press 5, or by e-mail [email protected] for further information.
Michael Lelah, Ph.D.
Technical Director
NOW Foods
Bloomingdale, Illinois, USA"

So that gives you a better feeling about the chlorella your taking.
FRED

Denver, CO

#1010 Jan 19, 2013
Just to be clear and so this doesn't traumatize any fragile souls that come to this thread FRED=Lotusfan

Same difference, o.k.?

FRED

Denver, CO

#1011 Jan 19, 2013
The thing with H2o2 is you have to do it at low doses and high volumes. If you start to feel too much of a herx back off for a couple days then resume.

After your recovery you will be just doing the H2o2 in the morning for the rest of your life because the agrobacterium has changed your DNA. If you go back to eating Denny's Grand Slams and sucking down coca cola you'll get sick again. Carbonated beverages are one of the worst things you can drink. The point is oxygen not carbon dioxide which your body identifies as a toxin.

Here's what you need to know about the herx.

http://www.falconblanco.com/health/crisis.htm

It's going to be 55 here today, I'm going on a mountain bike adventure.

Peace out

FRED
FRED

Denver, CO

#1012 Jan 19, 2013
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For a complete understanding of morgellons read the posts here I made from 3 Dec until this one.

****

I spent a lot of hours bringing together this information and understanding this is the way you can return to normality.

****
I can now see that of all the people on the forum more people have some manefestation of morgellons than scabies, some have both.
****

Scabies mites and Lyme ticks are a vector for morgellons.

Post's 1007 through 1012, that's the ticket.
FRED

Denver, CO

#1013 Jan 19, 2013
Just to be clear this is not my baby. The person responsible is Dr. Hildegarde Staninger Phd. RIET-1.
She was the very first to put together the three components and understand how they work together.
She baked the cake, I just scraped her frosting off and put mine on.

I wanted to come up with something that wouldn't cost $60 for this and $40 for that. The way I scrutinized what she was doing and did the homework and changed it for super performance . I know in my heart it's better.

I don't believe in over the top dosage to accomplish anything in your body. I subscribe to the arndt-shultz
law.

Remember It is always better to get your nutrition from food than supplements.

She is to this method what Edison was to the light bulb.

http://rense.com/general74/hilde.htm

http://www.staningerreport.com/



http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Pat

United States

#1014 Jan 19, 2013
Does the borax H2O2 work? I've ben itch and a few bumps for over 3 weeks now. How do you do this? How ovten? Can somone explain this pleese.

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