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Fred, I see that Bill is winning the hearts of posters on this forum. Maybe you should try to be a little sweeter and warm up to the ladies on this forum. You could have them eating out of your hand. Just think.... you, the snot face could be king of the world's most popular scabies forum. What a thrill, walking the red carpet. You would go blind with all thoses cameras flashing.
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VSS wrote:
Fred, I see that Bill is winning the hearts of posters on this forum. Maybe you should try to be a little sweeter and warm up to the ladies on this forum. You could have them eating out of your hand. Just think.... you, the snot face could be king of the world's most popular scabies forum. What a thrill, walking the red carpet. You would go blind with all thoses cameras flashing.
I don't have the same ambitions as you. This forum is twisted and hopeless and is a good place for you,you who couldn't come up with anything beyond simple to take you out of the day to day living hell that is your bug infected life. How dumb are you? Really dumb.
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I love you, too, Missy Denver. Smile for the camera charmer.

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lotus_fan wrote:
The single best thing you can do for yourself is this;
http://www.about-olive-leaf-extract.com/natur...
I posted a thread on here few months back telling of my experience of using "Olive leaf" I will say again it helped me a lot when I had the rash really bad on my arms, as far as cure, well did not cure me, but did help!
Then again there is many Herbs that can help with boosting the immune system an in my opinion that is a must when dealing with Scabies.
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fighting the battle wrote:
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I posted a thread on here few months back telling of my experience of using "Olive leaf" I will say again it helped me a lot when I had the rash really bad on my arms, as far as cure, well did not cure me, but did help!
Then again there is many Herbs that can help with boosting the immune system an in my opinion that is a must when dealing with Scabies.
The point of olive leaf is not to boost the immune system, the point of using it is to kill internal pathogens and fungi.

The biggest reason that the immune system becomes compromised is because our bodies organs like the liver, kidneys , etc. are not getting the nutrients they need or are getting a lot of bad stuff from processed food, whatever. When your liver becomes compromised then it cannot process toxins and clean your blood and tissues. It does a little bit of good to do a detox but if you are not getting the right nutrients that won't help much. When your blood is dirty then it is a good place for pathogens to grow.

Taurine is one thing that people often lack and it is essential for bile production. If your bile production is low then you can't detox as you are supposed to and you build up toxins.

Another thing that is helpful to restore organ function is Lecithin and it can reinvigorate a damaged liver. It also helps to rebuild cell walls and make them stronger.

A lot of people don't get adequate vitamin d3 because of the lack of sun exposure.

The immune system depends on organ function completely so taking something to boost immunity is only minor and temporary at best , you have to restore organ function. Once you restore organ function then your immunity will kick in and your body PH will adjust to that protective alkalinity that is it's natural defense and what you think are "mites" will go away.

Taurine
Lecithin
Vit D3
Cod liver oil

These all help to restore organ function.

The other major problem with restoring immunity is to not eat foods that you are allergic to. 40% of the people in the U.S. are allergic to wheat, many people consume a lot of wheat and don't notice that it is slowly causing health problems. It has to do a lot with your blood type.
Your body is constantly fighting this wheat consumption and slowly gets sick because of it.

As far as olive leaf extract it is normally recommended to stay on it 6-8 months for sequestered viral infections and 2 months for simple bacterial infections. pleomorphic bacterial infections should be treated for a year.

If you do that kind of treatment with olive leaf AND start eating right so your organs recover then you will be healthy again. If you don't eat any processed foods and depending how damaged you are you should be feeling pretty good in a couple months.
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So fred, what if we feel good, but still have scabies? What then?

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I myself stopped using Olive leaf after about 2 months due to it seemed to bother my stomach, I guess it just depends on how it reacts for each person?
But it did Help clear my arms from the bad outbreak I had at the time an it has never returned.
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VSS wrote:
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I don't have the same ambitions as you. This forum is twisted and hopeless and is a good place for you,you who couldn't come up with anything beyond simple to take you out of the day to day living hell that is your bug infected life. How dumb are you? Really dumb.
If the forum is twisted and hopeless, then why do you keep posting?
Is it a good place for Missy Denver?
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Fred, are you laking in bile production?
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Thanks, for answering my questions! Good luck to you and I wish you never get this crap again!! Best wishes!
Hi Needpeace!
Thanks for the kind wish. I really hope you get out of this stressful nightmare ASAP too! Just don't listen to the scary posts on these forums. The only reason why it's not always easy to get cured is that there are strains of pathogens that have developed resistance to the current available medications, and you need to find what works for you.
Just make sure to know what your enemy is. Not everybody here is dealing with scabies (sarcoptes scabiei). For ex. I've never seen things like black specks on my skin or environment. If you see black specks on you or around you, you are probably dealing with other type of mites and maybe need to fog/fumigate your home. One doctor asked me if I felt the problem worsening in some areas of the home, like for example while seating on an armchair. Then he mentioned that he had a patient not responding to the scabies' treatments. After many questions asked, they realized that the problem started after she bought a couch in an ethnic store. She had to get rid of the couch (doctor said her children burned it in the backyard). She did not have scabies, she was dealing with some type of mites imported from Africa!
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Hi Needpeace!
Thanks for the kind wish. I really hope you get out of this stressful nightmare ASAP too! Just don't listen to the scary posts on these forums. The only reason why it's not always easy to get cured is that there are strains of pathogens that have developed resistance to the current available medications, and you need to find what works for you.
Just make sure to know what your enemy is. Not everybody here is dealing with scabies (sarcoptes scabiei). For ex. I've never seen things like black specks on my skin or environment. If you see black specks on you or around you, you are probably dealing with other type of mites and maybe need to fog/fumigate your home. One doctor asked me if I felt the problem worsening in some areas of the home, like for example while seating on an armchair. Then he mentioned that he had a patient not responding to the scabies' treatments. After many questions asked, they realized that the problem started after she bought a couch in an ethnic store. She had to get rid of the couch (doctor said her children burned it in the backyard). She did not have scabies, she was dealing with some type of mites imported from Africa!
Mites nonetheless, and they have to be treated, either on yourself or your environment. They have become somewhat resistant to the typical scabicides/miticides.

If you treat your environment and your body, you can obtain a cure. It doesn't matter whether they are black specs, invisible, or microscopic. They are all mites and you need to treat.

Just burning a couch in the backyard doesn't mean that you have eliminated the problem. The inside of the home and the people in the household have become infested with a mite, and they all need to be treated.

When a mite has been imported from a foreign country into the United States, you may be dealing with a resistant strain. Just cleaning your environment, just doesn't get it.

Happy Again, when you tell a poster not to listen to the posts on this forum, are you saying that the new people coming to this forum, are only supposed to read the sugar coated posts? The longer someone has this, the more serious it becomes. And the more difficult the cure becomes.

Let me ask you this Happy Again, how can someone MAKE SURE to know what their enemy is. It's not that easy. Can you answer that question?

Fogging and/or fumigating a home does not necessarily mean that the people in that home will obtain a cure.

Many people on here have been able to see black specs with the naked eye. And most of the cures came from many of the suggestions on this forum.

Also, many people state that they see black specs and after trips to the doc, they found out that they had a fungal infection.

Some people talk of manufacturers producing a fungi that will eliminate mites that infest agriculture. But, the fungi remains nonetheless.

One poster on here dealt with a particular resistant strain of scabies, and was infested with a fungus. After a simple trip to the doctor, he was prescribed a fungal medication and was cured. This was after two years of treating himself and seeing many many doctors. Was initially misdiagnosed, etc. The nightmares are out there, and you can't sugar coat this problem.
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... also ... Stromectol/ivermectin cured me but there are few things that helped my case:

- Aloe Vera Jelly 99% pure (found in an health food store): I covered myself with it scalp to toes during the last 6 doses of iver (and after all the other topicals failed). It really helps restore your skin balance and maybe also helped with the scars I had from scabies rashes infections, clove oil burns, and h2 O2 solution blisters. It also dries up quickly and you can wear nice clothes ...

- Silk'n BellaLite Hair removal system... I know ... It sounds crazy ... it's a laser light that I bought a few years ago and never used much. I thought it might help burn the rashes on your skin. Even if it might work some on your skin cannot be used on your scalp (unless maybe if you shave your hair completely and don't care to delay the re-growth)

- scrubbing my skin with a "paste" made of water and salt every shower: it really cleared up my skin (I think it "cures") but did not work at all on my scalp which I never shaved. I got the idea from a dermatologist who suggested to disinfect the over-infections I was getting on my rashes with compresses of warm salty water (dissolve salt in water on the stove, then let it cooled down). To simplify I just mixed lots of salt with hot water and put it on my skin in the shower and realized that after scrubbing my skin for a couple of days my skin cleared up completely. Unfortunately did not work on my scalp ...

- instead of scratching the itches, gently let the hot air of the hair dryer "burn" the itches away ... It worked great!

Hope this helps ...
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... I'd also like to share another thing regarding diagnostic methods used during my medical journey with scabies. Doctors I saw performed all in all 3 biopsies and 1 scraping. All of these exams were inconclusive for scabies, but ruled out fungal infections.
One doctor told me that most of biopsies and scrapings are inconclusive and don't help with diagnosing scabies. As of now,most of the times, it's another big waste of time and money. He told me that there are some new guidelines for scabies that suggest doctors should perform biopsies and scrapings guided by a dermoscopy. That should help to better identify the spot on the skin were mites and their droppings might be.
No doctor I saw performed a dermoscopy-guided exam ...
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Hi Diagnosis,
The doc who told me that story was just trying to understand my problem in order to give me the correct advice. I made the story short ... He also said that ridding of her couch was really
important to the solution of his patient's case but it took a few months to her to not only free her environment but also her body. She also had to shave her head to let the topical medication work. More complicated than real scabies. That's why it's a good thing to understand what type of mite you're dealing with. Nobody said it was easy.
In theory if your are dealing with real scabies the cure is easier because does not involve treating your environment. Changing bedshits and freezing or wash/dry at high temperature your clothes is enough. No need to fumigate your home/car.
The things get complicated when you are affected by a resistant strain of scabies. Finding what does the killing is not always easy ... in my case I took 12 doses of iver ... It took l7 months for me to find my cure.

Anyways, In my personal medical experience it was very easy for the doctor to rule out a fungal infection though ...
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... oohps ... I meant 7 months ...
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for people who understand how the benefits of putting oxygen in your body are so beneficial and have been using H2o2 there is a better way. The h2o2 therapy has drawbacks in that it has to be timed with food intake so that is a pain. However there is another product that actually promotes oxygen production in your body from the existing water in the body and does it in a way where food is not an issue. If your taking other supplements and medications then this way is certainly freedom giving. It also boosts other antipathogenic factors that bring your body chemistry back to normal. It does this by creating a chemical reaction and increasing cellular capacity for oxygen. It is called oxylift. I will post the link in the next post because many times when i post the link then that post is taken down. Please use your search engine and research oxylift because it can help you much more than H2o2.
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http://www.oxygenamerica.com/ProductDetails.a...

the above is the link to oxylift.
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This is a supplement and cant be used on the skin. will not cure scabies. not even close dumbass moron

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FRED wrote:
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The point of olive leaf is not to boost the immune system, the point of using it is to kill internal pathogens and fungi.

Taurine
Lecithin
Vit D3
Cod liver oil
These all help to restore organ function.
The other major problem with restoring immunity is to not eat foods that you are allergic to. 40% of the people in the U.S. are allergic to wheat, many people consume a lot of wheat and don't notice that it is slowly causing health problems. It has to do a lot with your blood type.
Your body is constantly fighting this wheat consumption and slowly gets sick because of it.
As far as olive leaf extract it is normally recommended to stay on it 6-8 months for sequestered viral infections and 2 months for simple bacterial infections. pleomorphic bacterial infections should be treated for a year.
If you do that kind of treatment with olive leaf AND start eating right so your organs recover then you will be healthy again. If you don't eat any processed foods and depending how damaged you are you should be feeling pretty good in a couple months.
Thanks for the helpful information Fred.

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