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Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#1153 Feb 14, 2013
What about this one..

Is is good to use?
http://www.cleanandclear.com/product/acne-tre... |mkwid|eccM9YFc|pcrid|18850550 19

Clean and Clear Acne Medication
100% Benzyl Peroxide (I think that is what is says on the tube).
Faerie with Ooglies

Australia

#1154 Feb 14, 2013
FRED / VS is in "pretending to help" mode.
FRED

Denver, CO

#1155 Feb 14, 2013
Faerie with Ooglies wrote:
FRED / VS is in "pretending to help" mode.
Hey fairy who eats boogers, you notice how V.S. is from Hollywood, FLA and FRED is from Denver , Co. Maybe you have no concept of U.S. geography but we're about 1700 miles apart. Maybe it's your farm animal chemical effected brain or maybe it's the Toohey's old or maybe your watching some Rupert Murdoch channel over there that says the world is flat, I will testify in court however that you're an idiot. Also your location is hidden and that is because you are chickensh**.

This little tune goes out to all the hard heads.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1156 Feb 14, 2013
Virtual Scabies wrote:
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Which brand of the benzyl peroxide are you using, Canuckette?
The Benzyl Benzoate lotion is sold online from Australia. It is a tried and true scabicide and used by many. When I mentioned it to my derm, she agreed that it works. The name of the lotion is Benzemul and is sold online and is inexpensive.
Hi Hollywood,
Yes, I use exactly that - Clear and Clean from Johnson's. In Canada, it's only 5% in over the counter form. Here, 10% benzoyl peroxide is only available with a prescription, seemingly to keep the poor pharmacists in business. Luckily in the USA, it's available OTC. It just seems to help speed up the process. Thanks for the info on benzoyl benzoate.
PS: You can get your sulfur at the local garden centre:)
FRED

Denver, CO

#1160 Feb 15, 2013
They have cured AIDs in Germany using intraveinous H2O2 therapy with adjunct antioxident therapy. That is because it is not about identifying exactly what disease it is and attacking it with a particular poison, that only generates more negative effects in the body. People who have that approach are missing the big picture and will never be cured. It is about creating an internal bioterrain that doesn't support pathogenic life. An oxygen rich bioterrian does this but your internal bioterrain becomes oxygen deficient when systemic toxins clog the microscopic ports in your cells that allow them to process oxygen. In order to restore cellular function you have to remove all the toxins from your body. Your skin absorbs every chemical you put on it and to say that putting benzoyl peroxide on your skin is a good idead is simply not well thought out or the results really understood or is it a good idea. Especially when countless other poisons have failed to produce results. It only drives the infection deeper.

There are a few things to consider when restoring your internal health and the thing that needs to be primarily understood is this. The truth about disease is that it happens at the cellular level. Our world is toxic from the air to the water and the food supply unless you are careful. Toxins build up in our bodies and shut down cellular function. This happens because the cells in our bodies have microscopic ports that enable the transfer of energy and nutrients through the cell walls. These ports become clogged up when we have to many toxins in our system.
The germ theory that western medicine is based on is flawed. The idea there is that pathogens invade the body and then we get sick. The reality is that the body becomes toxified and that changes our bioterrain to acidic and reduces our cells ability to process oxygen so the bioterrain becomes more friendly to anaerobic pathogens. Our corrupt bioterrain invites the disease.
FRED

Denver, CO

#1161 Feb 15, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Hollywood,
Yes, I use exactly that - Clear and Clean from Johnson's. In Canada, it's only 5% in over the counter form. Here, 10% benzoyl peroxide is only available with a prescription, seemingly to keep the poor pharmacists in business. Luckily in the USA, it's available OTC. It just seems to help speed up the process. Thanks for the info on benzoyl benzoate.
PS: You can get your sulfur at the local garden centre:)
You will never be cured with your current understanding of how to approach what is infecting you.
Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#1162 Feb 15, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Hollywood,
Yes, I use exactly that - Clear and Clean from Johnson's. In Canada, it's only 5% in over the counter form. Here, 10% benzoyl peroxide is only available with a prescription, seemingly to keep the poor pharmacists in business. Luckily in the USA, it's available OTC. It just seems to help speed up the process. Thanks for the info on benzoyl benzoate.
PS: You can get your sulfur at the local garden centre:)
I'm glad it's helping you, Canuckette. I have been reading that benzyl peroxide cream is helping people out there. However, it did nothing for my mites, unfortunately. It's too bad that it is only 5% up in Canada.. Maybe you can make a "mite" trip down to the states. Can you order it online?
had enough

Barking, UK

#1163 Feb 15, 2013
ive sorted myself out with neem and clove oil, but very strong for 3 and a half weeks constant application, hair, face, scalp & body.

whatever you apply, apply it EVERYWHERE!!!!!

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1164 Feb 15, 2013
Virtual Scabies wrote:
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I'm glad it's helping you, Canuckette. I have been reading that benzyl peroxide cream is helping people out there. However, it did nothing for my mites, unfortunately. It's too bad that it is only 5% up in Canada.. Maybe you can make a "mite" trip down to the states. Can you order it online?
Maybe I could get a prescription for the 10%, or in a pinch, take a trip down south. Have you tried the benzoyl benzoate, and if so, was it helpful? I'm still having improvement with H2O2, but it's not fast.
Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#1165 Feb 15, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe I could get a prescription for the 10%, or in a pinch, take a trip down south. Have you tried the benzoyl benzoate, and if so, was it helpful? I'm still having improvement with H2O2, but it's not fast.
Oh sure, someone on here sent me like 5 bottles of benzemul, but, I stopped using that a long time ago. Not that helpful. But I sent a couple of bottles to another lady and she really liked it. I think it would work for someone with a light case of this or in conjunction with stromectol. My derm did say it works. The thing about BB, is that it will mess up plastics, so you have to be sure you don't have like a glob on your hand and then start using your keyboard. Also, in the beginning, I ordered pure 100% BB and mixed with rubbing alcohol, but, like I say, it kind of melts plastics like keyboards, remote controls, etc. Sam was using it in his laundry, pure BB, and I tried that, but it messed up my dryer lining. I ordered that through a place like a chemical supplier. Possibly order 100% BB, and instead of mixing 25% bb with rubbing alcohol, use a lighter percentage, like maybe 10% bb with 90% rubbing alcohol.
one lady on here was cured with iver and bb.
Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#1166 Feb 15, 2013

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#1168 Feb 16, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
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Hi Run, I'm doing about the same but without the borax now. I find the OTC acne medication with benzoyl benzoate is better than the one with salicylic acid. Since I'm much better, I'm going to try using petroleum jelly again. Before it caused so much crawling that it was too much to take. That is what is used on chicken legs (!) with mites, by the way, since it suffocates them. Is this too much information?

Hi, what a battle but I'm feeling like I can do this. Not cured but I was missing the heavy moisturizing after borax HP topical. Still feel them deep but will still fight the fight. Bought 40x microscope. Think bird or rat mites. This is so much harder to eradicate than scabies. It's exhausting especially working and dealing with this scourge. Good luck. Keep me posted.
You know who

Playa Del Rey, CA

#1172 Feb 21, 2013
Wow. I like this.
FRED wrote:
They have cured AIDs in Germany using intraveinous H2O2 therapy with adjunct antioxident therapy. That is because it is not about identifying exactly what disease it is and attacking it with a particular poison, that only generates more negative effects in the body. People who have that approach are missing the big picture and will never be cured. It is about creating an internal bioterrain that doesn't support pathogenic life. An oxygen rich bioterrian does this but your internal bioterrain becomes oxygen deficient when systemic toxins clog the microscopic ports in your cells that allow them to process oxygen. In order to restore cellular function you have to remove all the toxins from your body. Your skin absorbs every chemical you put on it and to say that putting benzoyl peroxide on your skin is a good idead is simply not well thought out or the results really understood or is it a good idea. Especially when countless other poisons have failed to produce results. It only drives the infection deeper.
There are a few things to consider when restoring your internal health and the thing that needs to be primarily understood is this. The truth about disease is that it happens at the cellular level. Our world is toxic from the air to the water and the food supply unless you are careful. Toxins build up in our bodies and shut down cellular function. This happens because the cells in our bodies have microscopic ports that enable the transfer of energy and nutrients through the cell walls. These ports become clogged up when we have to many toxins in our system.
The germ theory that western medicine is based on is flawed. The idea there is that pathogens invade the body and then we get sick. The reality is that the body becomes toxified and that changes our bioterrain to acidic and reduces our cells ability to process oxygen so the bioterrain becomes more friendly to anaerobic pathogens. Our corrupt bioterrain invites the disease.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1173 Feb 23, 2013
Virtual Scabies wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh sure, someone on here sent me like 5 bottles of benzemul, but, I stopped using that a long time ago. Not that helpful. But I sent a couple of bottles to another lady and she really liked it. I think it would work for someone with a light case of this or in conjunction with stromectol. My derm did say it works. The thing about BB, is that it will mess up plastics, so you have to be sure you don't have like a glob on your hand and then start using your keyboard. Also, in the beginning, I ordered pure 100% BB and mixed with rubbing alcohol, but, like I say, it kind of melts plastics like keyboards, remote controls, etc. Sam was using it in his laundry, pure BB, and I tried that, but it messed up my dryer lining. I ordered that through a place like a chemical supplier. Possibly order 100% BB, and instead of mixing 25% bb with rubbing alcohol, use a lighter percentage, like maybe 10% bb with 90% rubbing alcohol.
one lady on here was cured with iver and bb.
Thanks H. I've just tried Aloe and am liking the results. Still doing the H2O2 for now with slow but continually improving results. I'm looking for an adjunct to the H2O2, so I'll look into that as well if the aloe and H2O2 doesn't kick them out quickly enough. I'm now not worrying about never getting free, I'm only worrying about when - a big change in focus.
Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#1174 Feb 23, 2013
Canuckette wrote:
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Thanks H. I've just tried Aloe and am liking the results. Still doing the H2O2 for now with slow but continually improving results. I'm looking for an adjunct to the H2O2, so I'll look into that as well if the aloe and H2O2 doesn't kick them out quickly enough. I'm now not worrying about never getting free, I'm only worrying about when - a big change in focus.
I hope you get cured soon, Canuckette. Does the H202, taken internally, dose it really create a herx? I use it alot on my skin (spray bottle) and I also use rubbing alcohol (spray bottle). Those two help, but do not cure. I'm going to add a little borax to the H2O2 bottle, just a little, so I don't clog the sprayer. It's starting to get hot and humid here, so the battle goes on (and on).

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1176 Mar 11, 2013
Virtual Scabies wrote:
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I hope you get cured soon, Canuckette. Does the H202, taken internally, dose it really create a herx? I use it alot on my skin (spray bottle) and I also use rubbing alcohol (spray bottle). Those two help, but do not cure. I'm going to add a little borax to the H2O2 bottle, just a little, so I don't clog the sprayer. It's starting to get hot and humid here, so the battle goes on (and on).
Hi Hollywood. The H2O2 does not create a herxheimer reaction - it does drive the bugs to the surface en masse in the beginning. Later, it all slows down as the numbers are reduced because they don't like their old home much. My feet and my scalp that nothing would clear up, got free first, the rest was just slower. My face was bad in the beginning as they left. There isn't much to do about that, except just let them escape. Someone said Orajel with 20% benzocaine is good for face sores, kills them dead. Putting aloe gel on the sores seems to speed things up, as did adding 2 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar internally.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1177 Mar 11, 2013
Virtual Scabies wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope you get cured soon, Canuckette. Does the H202, taken internally, dose it really create a herx? I use it alot on my skin (spray bottle) and I also use rubbing alcohol (spray bottle). Those two help, but do not cure. I'm going to add a little borax to the H2O2 bottle, just a little, so I don't clog the sprayer. It's starting to get hot and humid here, so the battle goes on (and on).
I also seem to be helped by using 1/4 cup of brewer's yeast in a cup of water. You might get a bit of gas in the beginning, but that goes away quickly if you're used to fresh Florida fruit!
Sarah

Florianópolis, Brazil

#1178 Mar 11, 2013
Ok did the borax thing work??

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1179 Mar 11, 2013
Sarah wrote:
Ok did the borax thing work??
Borax is a great bug killer, and can be used in a soaking bath, and some have made a spray with borax, water, and peroxide. I have come to the conclusion that is too dangerous to use internally.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1180 Mar 11, 2013
Sarah wrote:
Ok did the borax thing work??
It's also great for washing clothes, or putting in shoes, or spraying other things, or rubbing into carpets.

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