You should ignore what i post because it is directed at people who have the capacity for understanding.<quoted text>
There's no stopping me. I'm on a roll. Let me talk and talk and type and talk, blah, blah, blah....
I feel like my head my explode with all this really good information I have packed into it.
I have some foxes outside that I am feeding some food laced with arsenicum album and homeopathic sulphur. I squirted some olive leaf extract in it, too. They are getting so beefy and plump.
Having some friends over for raspberry smoothies later on. We may go swimming or hang out in the sauna.
forget the antibiotics. Come on over and we'll have an "herb" party.
You all just think you have mitey mites. That's just a figment of your imagination. I know it ALL.
I've been sniffing lines of borax, shhhhhh, don't tell anyone...
It's food grade.
#1432 Apr 19, 2013
#1433 Apr 19, 2013
Hi Happy Again,
I love your screen name. Finally somebody who is cured and happy! It's so depressing to read about people managing for years... I want this to be completely gone! Your post gives me hope. I'm pretty sure I have real scabies. I just have the typical scabies rashes and no black specks or anything else on my skin. Doctors prescribed permethrin several times. Unfortunately did not work for me. How long have you been cured? Where can I buy Noromectin? Any other advice?
#1434 Apr 19, 2013
Scabies go away.
You can buy Noromectin on amazon. It's animal Iver. If you look up iver dosage on the forum you can tell how much to take. I would recommend taking it with someone around just in case you have a reaction most people don't I now take it at night iver makes me tired. Good luck it works
#1435 Apr 19, 2013
#1436 Apr 19, 2013
#1437 Apr 19, 2013
Sorry not sure how I posted this. I was trying to paste in all the lawsuits and criminal cases against Dr. Staninger.
Since: Mar 12
#1438 Apr 19, 2013
OMG get a damn life--get cured! for gosh sake
or ... just try to listen to some helpful HEALTH things that will help you!
this is the crap that made me NOT want to ask for help here
You people are pathetic
#1439 Apr 19, 2013
Most people who are cured don't seem to return to the blog which helped them to report their findings.
I didn't want to be that person. I created a page just for all of you out there who are desperately searching for a cure.
If you're really interested in the facts, give it a read. I tell the story of my battle with scabies, and what ultimately "cured" me.
#1440 Apr 19, 2013
I agree. I'm cured and happy. I host a new site called "Doctors Don't Know Things" and posted a page on scabies telling my story.
Here's the link for anyone interested: http://ddkt.squarespace.com/
#1441 Apr 20, 2013
The idea is not to sue everyone you don't agree with. The idea is to take what is meaningful from a variety of sources and put it into some kind of context that is useful. What I did was to read what many sources had to offer and then take the best of what i could find and create something that has all the best componenents that also have a track record.
It doesn't take much intelligence to realize that in this world a lot of people are selling something and it is a complicated world so you'll need to exercise some judgement. If you just react to information and don't make any attempt to put it in some kind of context then you will be stuck with the results. Unfortunately if you can't or don't want to put out the effort to do that you will be stuck where you are for a very long time, Crawly Girl.
#1442 Apr 20, 2013
I am definitely not saying that I am intelligent and able to move forward, because I sometimes make other people feel small or insignificant.
It is my approach to help people here on this forum. It's just that I don't know how to make other posters feel listened to and understood. My approach is somewhat frank and to-the-point. I have problems with dealing with people on a level that makes them feel understood and appreciated.
My approach hasn't worked on this forum for over two years now, and I am working on this. I am going to research this. A couple of key words to look for is, how to deal with difficult people, snobby, arrogant, people who think they are better than others; how to change behavior one step at a time, etc.
I have learned that it is better to walk away from a conversation knowing that I have helped someone without making them feel bad about themselves, than to prove that I am more intelligent than others. I know that it is more important to leave a conversation feeling good for both persons, and knowing that I have let the other person vent without interrupting and saying hurtful words.
I know that how I feel about myself is how I project myself to others. Since I have researched my health problems significantly, I am also going to research the mental and behavioral ways on how to use a forum or create a blog and the procedures involved in using social media without offending people.
People skills, for me, doesn't come easy. I am working on this. Thanks for being patient.
#1443 Apr 24, 2013
The itchyness you are experiencing is a histamine reaction to an infection you have, In other words at this point your immune system (killer cells)is doing it's best to keep the infection in check. When a pathogen such as a bacteria or fungus or virus is killed then a toxin is created inside you, the histamine reaction to that makes you itch.
Psychologically itching is one thing but periphrial neuropathy also is something to consider, this is caused by an existing infection and causes your nerves to short circuit giving any variety of sensations.
It sounds like the treatment you used worked well but you should consider this, the mites that gave you the scabies condition also carried other microbial infections and some of those could be Borriela, Babesia, Bartonella, Mycoplasma or Erlichia, there are a lot more potential ones.
These kind of infections are carried by a lot of different insects now, bed bugs, mosquitoes, biting flies, etc.
In order to get rid of the itching you need to go to an infectious disease specialist, a regular doctor or even worse a Dermatologist are clueless. If you can find one that practices integrative medicine that would be best. They will need to do blood tests you for a panel of insect vector pathogens. Once the results are back from a credible lab and the exact pathogens are identified a course of treatment can be prescribed.
It's good that you are young so your immune system is still pretty strong. If you just ignore the itching the pathogens inside you wil continue to grow , inside biofilms, and many years down the road it is very likely you will develop some serious symptoms.
Mycoplasma is the most serious of these types of infections because it has been shown to develop into conditions like fibromyalgia or ALS.
Since: Apr 13
#1445 Apr 24, 2013
Great info, Ty Fred, I am going to try the OLE.
#1446 Apr 24, 2013
Diescabies - thank you! I got Noromectin + syringes at a local feed store last week and have already started my iver regimen (inspired by a research study on resistant scabies). I take it (drink it in water) at evening with a complete empty stomach (I don't eat after noon, just drink lots of water), to assure maximum absorption and effect.
#1447 Apr 24, 2013
#1448 Apr 24, 2013
Some things you should consider. Olive leaf extract is not a panacea for all infections. It will take care of many of them but how long you use it depends on the type of infection. Some infections are intracellular, inside the cells, and some are extracellular, in the bloodstream,It is a really good place to start though. It takes about 8 months to a year to clear an intracellular infection, the microbe goes inside the cells and hides from the immune system this way.
If you knew the possible infections and the symptoms you could target those , for example Babesia is a parasitic protozoa and one of the symptoms is small red or purple spots on the skin due to bleeding into the skin from the bore hole. Babesia won't be cleared with OLE for that you need Artemisinin or Cryptolepis.
This is a great quote from this link.
"In the last decade the majority of outcome-oriented physicians observed a major shift: we realized that it was neither the lack of vitamins or growth hormone that made our patients ill. We discovered that toxicity and chronic infections were most often at the core of the clients suffering."
#1449 Apr 24, 2013
When I was working on specifically my babesia infection I took cryptolepis tincture for 14 days and the first 5 days of that felt like I had the flu, that was because of the die off reaction. There is a link above 2 posts above the herxhiemer reaction.
"The plant C. sanguinolenta has been found to be a well-
known resourceful medicinal plant. Scientific researches
revealed that besides the crude extracts, the major
secondary metabolite, cryptolepine and all other minor compounds have remarkable and numerous pharmacological activity. They were proven to have a
broad spectrum of antipathogenic activity."
#1450 Apr 24, 2013
If you think you have lyme coinfections, visit www.frylabs.com -
Besides testing services, on the website there are lots of info on many conditions and their symptoms (babesia/bartonella/ anaplasma/ehrlichia/ Rickettsia etc. etc.)
Also visit www.justinandchrista.ca - after years of suffering, christa was diagnosed by dr fry's labs with protomyxzoa (fl 1953, Lyme co-infection). In her website she explains how she defeated her protozoan infection and its biofilm thanks to the cure of a specialized doctor
( christavanderham.blogspot.com/2011/01/mysteri... )
Here also a video that documents the suffering of christa with evolution of Lyme and Protozoa co-infection. Pretty strong real well-documented by her husband (similar some what to malaria)
Test yourself and see a Specialized doctor!
#1451 Apr 25, 2013
If you read all the different sources and look for patterns then you'll see that this is true; The vast majority of doctors treat with a varied and lengthy regimen of antibiotics and the results of these treatments are that in the vast majority of cases are relapse and deminishing health. These kind of treatments do a few things, 1. Empty your bank account,2. Cause dramatic negative shifts in other aspects of your health including removing good bacteria from your system generally resulting in return of fungal infections-they create an environment that facilitates illness,3. Scramble your genes. 4. Make you dependent on that doctor forever. They compromise your immune system which most of is in the GI tract and that is something you should be building up, it is in the GI tract but is a result of organ function and detox pathways.
In the movie "under our skin" one of the main players who had severe lyme was on intravienous antibiotics for 3 years and was just starting to feel better. There have been quite a few studies showing the presense of these various microbes in the system even after long term treatment of 2 years or more. The use of antibiotics in treating yourself for these types of infections has a very poor track record on careful analysis.
It has been repeatedly shown however in scientific studies that herbal remedies, especially tinctures, when used for the right duration have a much better track record at eleviating the infection than any regimen of antibiotics.
The problem with testing is that doctors make a "clinical" diagnosis of these types of infections because these test, although expensive, are really inconclusive and undependable. the doctors interpret the info on the tests combined with the symptom picture to make a diagnosis. Also if you look at the actual statistics of how many people are actually infected with just the Lyme bacteria, some reports say up to half the population, then the testing just becomes a great source of frustration.
I live in Denver and found a highly acclaimed clinic in Colorado Springs
because the appointments for doctors in Denver were booked out 6-8 months. With the tests and there fees the first 2 hour appt. came to $1600. Then they treat with antibiotics. I'm not saying the tests are useless but from the standpoint of actually making progress I think if you want to learn enough to take charge of your own treatment you will be infinitely better off and you won't end up homeless from buying antibiotics that in the long run don't really work anyway.
The key is understanding how these microbes evade the immune system by being pleomorphic, using biofilms, and being intracellular and then adopting the very best strategies to remove them.
I compared everything available to treat these kinds of infections and after putting all the information I read in perspective I would probably only go to a "doctor" if I had a broken arm and couldn't splint it myself. THe doctors who treat intigratively are the best ones but they aren't nearly holistic enough to get the job done either.
#1452 Apr 25, 2013
Biofilm can be starved by going on a special fat free diet ( see dr. McDougall diet)-
For ex., treatment for Protomyxzoa includes a specific no-fat diet to starve out the biofilm that leaves the Protozoa exposed to effective malaria-like medications.
Christa then took cholestyramine prescribed by dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, that binds to toxins and helps to rid of them.
Watch christa' movie and consult Dr. Stephen Fry .. He has very high cure rate and of course proper diagnostic tests.
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