Borax Solution - CURE

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Bill isn't cured because he doesn't have mites. He will be happy to tell you what gives him symptom relief from a disease he doesn't understand though. If you use his treatment everyday you will get some symptom relief but be no closer to a cure. Actually you will over time get worse because you are not actually treating the cause. He's been on this forum for over two years and hasn't found anything to solve the problem just to get through the day.
Again, you don't know what Bill has. You cannot diagnose him over the net, Fred.

As a matter of fact, he is CURED.
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Fred, what is your problem that people are seeking help from kinder people on this forum? Does it bother you that they actually want to talk to someone who is kind and understanding? What's going on with you, Fred?

Every time someone praises Bill or RK, you have a fit. What's up with that?

I heard that everyone is now drinking raspberry smoothies and have tapped out their credit cards purchasing FIR saunas... How's that?

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Hi, I have read this thread for hours and I still haven't found the exact recipe. Could someone please let me know exactly what to do Please ; ). I have mule team 20 borax but I don't have the peroxide, but I need to start treatment ASAP, do I have to use the peroxide, or can I start with brax and when I get the peroxide I can add it to my regime. I've had scabies for 15 years, come and go but never fully gone, I've been trying the baths and Im not sure what I did wrong the other night but I woke up the next morning with an outbreak like I've never experienced before, for the last 2 days I've been crawling in my skin and Im about to have a nervous breakdown. PLEASE help

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Mar 26, 2013
 
Hi, I apologize in advance if I missed the recipe but Its really hard to sift through so many posts which are filled with so much debate. I drive tractor trailer on the highway and its quite frustrating reading a million posts on an iPhone. Also I must add that with this new outbreak, in addition to the regular pimple type sores now I also have bigger sores that resemble bee stings, they are like 1/4 round. And for the first time ever I was unable to sleep from the relentless itching. HELP ME PLEASE.......Str8upGirl are u still around?
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Ivermectin is not an antibiotic. It is an anti-parasitic medication. You cannot diagnose here on this forum. You have not a clue what is going on with the people on this forum.
There are many reasons why a person cannot get cured. Some of the reasons are reinfection, poor immunity, age, not using the medications and/or topicals properly, not cleaning properly, pets, kids, family, work environment. There are many factors. You can't just say that someone is not cured because they have a bacterial infection. Immunocomprised people are one of the reasons they cannot get cured.
You, Fred, may have a bacterial or viral or fungal infection going on with you, but that does not mean others here have any one of these problems.
Not all bacterial infections give the exact scabies symptoms. I have never had the same symptoms when I had a bacterial infection. All diseases have different symptoms.
MRSA does not give the same symptoms as a mite infection.
You are misleading in your statements, and it's just plain frightening that you give such blatant misleading help.
What's for lunch, Fred?
Ivermectin isn't an antibiotic but that doesn't mean that it doesn't also kill bacteria to some degree, after all it is a poison. You jump to a lot of conclusions and talk like you know a lot but in reality you are very stupid when it comes to health. Everyone here knows Ivermectin is antiparasitic that isn't some brilliant information, well I guess for you it is because your an idiot.

I didn't say all bacterial infections give scabies symptoms but some of them do. You will never be cured Hollywood because (1) you think your simple command of the knowledge of scabies meds that hasn't worked for you in two years is somehow enough for you to know and (2) you're too hard headed and dumb.
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SuperDave19771 wrote:
Hi, I apologize in advance if I missed the recipe but Its really hard to sift through so many posts which are filled with so much debate. I drive tractor trailer on the highway and its quite frustrating reading a million posts on an iPhone. Also I must add that with this new outbreak, in addition to the regular pimple type sores now I also have bigger sores that resemble bee stings, they are like 1/4 round. And for the first time ever I was unable to sleep from the relentless itching. HELP ME PLEASE.......Str8upGirl are u still around?
Str8up wasn't cured. She started this thread from the perspective that she was already cured AND from the perspective that she was trying it while she was writing the thread, those two can't coexist so she lied there. Also much later in the thread she admits to having a relapse, this is because she was treating something besides mites and didn't realize it.
After her post about having a relapse she hasn't posted since.
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Again, you don't know what Bill has. You cannot diagnose him over the net, Fred.
As a matter of fact, he is CURED.
He just posted two weeks ago that he still uses the Borax and Peroxide spray on his skin daily so if that is cured then I guess a lot of people have been cured.

P.S., Hollywood you are an imbecile and have been the consistently biggest a**hole on this forum in the last 2 years.
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SuperDave19771 wrote:
Hi, I apologize in advance if I missed the recipe but Its really hard to sift through so many posts which are filled with so much debate. I drive tractor trailer on the highway and its quite frustrating reading a million posts on an iPhone. Also I must add that with this new outbreak, in addition to the regular pimple type sores now I also have bigger sores that resemble bee stings, they are like 1/4 round. And for the first time ever I was unable to sleep from the relentless itching. HELP ME PLEASE.......Str8upGirl are u still around?
Not one person was cured from the "borax solution cure".

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Thx for your reply Fred, I don't know what to do, Im desperate. That's very disappointing to hear
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Not one person was cured from the "borax solution cure".
The borax/peroxide solution helps many people, Fred. You can't say that it hasn't cured one person, because you don't know that.

The mixture is about 4 tablespoons of borax
with 16 ounces of peroxide
and 32 ounces of water.

mix it up and you can either spray it on yoursself
or bath with it.

the peroxide acts as a penetrant and the borax kills the mites.

I just put about a half of a teaspoon in a 8 ounce bottle of hydrogen peroxide and spray it as needed.

if you want a cure, go the ivermectin route with permethrin as a topical.

Look in the EPRINEX thread. I've been told that the Eprinex is a newer med and that there are cases out there of ivermectin resistance.

the h202/borax mix works well for DEMODEX MITES

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SuperDave19771 wrote:
Hi, I apologize in advance if I missed the recipe but Its really hard to sift through so many posts which are filled with so much debate. I drive tractor trailer on the highway and its quite frustrating reading a million posts on an iPhone. Also I must add that with this new outbreak, in addition to the regular pimple type sores now I also have bigger sores that resemble bee stings, they are like 1/4 round. And for the first time ever I was unable to sleep from the relentless itching. HELP ME PLEASE.......Str8upGirl are u still around?
Hi Super, Being in Canada does not make it easy. You'll see a lot of things refered to here that cannot be bought in Canada, like the many animal-use pesticides, and powdered Arm and Hammer laundry (1cup) detergent to use in your bath. If you're a long-distance trucker, maybe you can at least pick up the powdered A&H detergent if you're in the USA. If you've had them going crazy, you must have used something they didn't like.

My suggestion is to stay away from taking borax internally. Use it in your laundry, in your shoes, on your seat in the truck. I think it affects the kidneys if taken internally. However, I have had consistent improvement using food-grade hydrogen peroxide. I am very close being totally free. Start with 3drops of H2O2 in water three times a day. Each day, add one drop, so day two, you take 4 drops three times a day. You do that up to about 20 drops per day, do that for a short while, then start decreasing one drop per day. When I first started this, I got worse because the bugs started to try hard to escape. You'll notice it gets worse a short while after you take a drink. That would be a good time to shower if you can. In any event, this does work, but depending on how bad you have it, it may take time. I also take two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a cup of water once a day. Both the apple cider vinegar and the food-grade H2O2 are available in larger health food stores in Canada. I have also used aloe vera gel externally on my skin, and taken brewer's yeast internally, both of which also helped. Hope this helps you.
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Candida is a major fungal health problem and grows well in yeast and Apple cider vinegar helps kill Candida so it's good that Canuckette is taking the ACV since she seems oblivious to the effects eating yeast has.
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FRED wrote:
Candida is a major fungal health problem and grows well in yeast and Apple cider vinegar helps kill Candida so it's good that Canuckette is taking the ACV since she seems oblivious to the effects eating yeast has.
I like to feed my fungal health problem by eating Candida flavored cotton candy. Its good that I am here to save all my Topix friends from hurting themselves. I have a ballerina class in a few minutes. Just learning to twirl now. Makes me dizzy. My poor Topix friends do not no anything about apple cidar vinegar or all those bad poisons. After ballerina class I may go to the arcade and play kill the enemy. Its a new game I like to play. Where is my mommy?
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Really?????? And you accuse me of not being funny?

Oh my. What a predicament I am in. I have ran everybody off the forum. There is no one left to bully. I can keep creating fake users and arguing with myself, or I can impersonate the person that is impersonating me. That's it! I will act like the impersonator and be a real dick and jump on INUK2's thread. You know, the one he is documenting for his family in case anything happens to the poor suffering guy. What kind of low life does it take to pick on a person who has suffered so much, he is considering ending his own life?

What an ass I am! I can't fool anyone anymore. Not even the new guys. They all can see what a loser I am. Oh me oh my. What am I going to do? This forum is the only thing I have, and now I have ruined that as well. Well, I guess I can keep beating on InUK2 until he disappears as well.

Karma, what Karma? Lunatic Fred will get what he deserves!

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FRED wrote:
Candida is a major fungal health problem and grows well in yeast and Apple cider vinegar helps kill Candida so it's good that Canuckette is taking the ACV since she seems oblivious to the effects eating yeast has.
For all of your research, you have yet to acknowledge the difference between brewer's yeast, that is the by-product of brewing, and nutritional or baking yeast, both of which will add to the bodily yeast. Brewer's yeast does not, in fact it has many health advantages including Vitamin B.
In the old days, some fed brewer's yeast to their animals to keep fleas, ticks, and parasites away. The bugs don't like the smell of the brewer's yeast. So that is one reason I have used brewer's yeast, and when I do, I notice the improvement. I just haven't used it as much since there are so many other things I'm doing.
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For all of your research, you have yet to acknowledge the difference between brewer's yeast, that is the by-product of brewing, and nutritional or baking yeast, both of which will add to the bodily yeast. Brewer's yeast does not, in fact it has many health advantages including Vitamin B.
In the old days, some fed brewer's yeast to their animals to keep fleas, ticks, and parasites away. The bugs don't like the smell of the brewer's yeast. So that is one reason I have used brewer's yeast, and when I do, I notice the improvement. I just haven't used it as much since there are so many other things I'm doing.
Brewers yeast is a bad idea in anyone fighting something like the infection you are foghting. Mite infections and bacterial infections, of which you have, cause an acidic PH in the body and that causes Candida to flourish. Canuckette for all your research you must have stopped reading when you read what you wanted to hear.

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"When Candida yeast grows inside a person’s body without inhibition, the result is an infection which may be localized or spread throughout the body. Some holistic health practitioners believe there is a link between brewer’s yeast and Candida, and that limiting or eliminating the consumption of all yeasts helps in curbing the infection. This means that brewer’s yeast and Candida yeast can have a negative relationship with each other."

Everyone has candida , it's when the body doesn't keep it in check that it becomes a problem. When you have an infection like the one you do Canuckette then it starts to get out of control and brewers yeast makes that worse.

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caught some stuff on the sidebar but it's unlikely she'll read it anyway
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Correction, I can see that using Brewers Yeast is beneficial for your body and skin, and it doesn't make it "worst."

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-brewers-yeast...

"Your" right Canuckette. I am so sorry that I have been a total LUNATIC FRED for too years now.

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Correction, I can see that using Brewers Yeast is beneficial for your body and skin, and it doesn't make it "worst."
http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-brewers-yeast...
"Your" right Canuckette. I am so sorry that I have been a total LUNATIC FRED for too years now.
Unfortunately, Fred, your main problem is not understanding that someone who has a different approach, is not necessarily your enemy. But, apology accepted.
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Unfortunately, Fred, your main problem is not understanding that someone who has a different approach, is not necessarily your enemy. But, apology accepted.
I didn't apologize. You should learn how to interpret details and finer points.

I didn't expect you to catch on to the finer points,finer points like the person you replied to is not me, notice the location.

Finer points like actually reading the link I posted.

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-the-connectio...

"When Candida yeast grows inside a person’s body without inhibition, the result is an infection which may be localized or spread throughout the body. Some holistic health practitioners believe there is a link between brewer’s yeast and Candida, and that limiting or eliminating the consumption of all yeasts helps in curbing the infection. This means that brewer’s yeast and Candida yeast can have a negative relationship with each other."

But then you never have been one for meaningful details and that is why you are still clueless as to your predicament.

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