clove oil cures scabies

clove oil cures scabies

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Bitey

Portland, OR

#2 Oct 31, 2010
Dont mess with CLOVE OIL on your own!!! A few too many drops of it and it will kill you!

We keep clove oil around to (humanely and instantly) put to sleep permanently....A tropical fish if one of them gets really sick and cannot swim anymore. PUT SIX DROPS IN A BAGGIE OF WATER, PLACE THE FISH IN THERE AND IN TWO SECONDS THE FISH DIES.

CLOVE OIL IS A STRONG POISON.

Since: Oct 10

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#3 Oct 31, 2010
I agree, when that idea first came up in this forum, I read that study too, tried it and almost died, it's really bad on the central nervous system, that and for me oregano and anise oils as well.
noscratchymyitch y

Birmingham, AL

#4 Jan 23, 2011
PLEASE DO NOT REJECT THIS INFORMATION until you have explored it thoroughly!
There is a scientific study proving the effectiveness of clove oil on killing scabies mites.
New Scabies Study
Researchers from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (Dr. Cielo Pasay) performed a clinical study on the effectiveness of Clove Oil in killing scabies mites. It killed the mite within 15 minutes of placing it in the oil.
SO FAR, THIS IS THE ONLY ESSENTIAL OIL CLINICALLY PROVEN TO KILL SCABIES. All the previous studies on tea tree oil etc. have been proven NOT to work!

I do NOT recommend using it straight. You need to have done spot testing! IT IS VERY POTENT and can irritate or damage the skin of persons that are sensitive to it.

I used clove oil straight on my skin and it was VERY EFFECTIVE! I did, however, do extensive spot testing on my skin before I applied it straight. Clove oil paired with DE (food grade) applied to the skin every single day for a solid month! I took ivermectin (horse paste) every 2 or 3 days internally as well.

After almost a year of using every kind of poison and treatments known to man. I saw all kinds of specialists including Dermatologists and an Infectious Disease Specialist. The Infectious Disease MD practices at one of the TOP rated hospitals in the US. NOTHING worked!
Ivermectin should be taken internally (I used the horse paste), along with clove oil and DE applied externally to the skin.
Take this information and do with it as you please.
It is given as truth in its effectiveness concerning my case.
I must say that for me, MY CURE was an answer to much prayer, fasting, and leaning into God. I give Him all the credit and all the glory!

For unbelievers, Ivermectin internally, and the Clove Oil and DE externally are proven to be very effective.
ps...there is no resistance built up from clove oil (a natural substance).
Anonymous

United States

#5 Apr 2, 2011
WayTooMuch wrote:
I agree, when that idea first came up in this forum, I read that study too, tried it and almost died, it's really bad on the central nervous system, that and for me oregano and anise oils as well.
How did you use this oil? I have used it twice... 100% directly to my skin for 10 minutes...is that dangerous?
noscratchymyitch y

Birmingham, AL

#6 Apr 3, 2011
I used clove oil every day. I am now cured! It clearly states DO NOT USE STRAIGHT on skin,...but I tested it out first to make sure I was not allergic to it, or that it would not burn my skin. It burned when I applied it, but it did not cause a burn to MY skin. You must be cautious about the amount you use as your body has to metabolize it just as it does everything else.
I did indeed use it straight on all areas of scabies, and yes it burns when you put it on. I even cried sometimes because it hurt so bad, and yes I was concerned about using too much, BUT.... I was more desperate for a cure! I cared more about killing the mite than killing myself. lol That's the truth concerning me.
I would advise everyone to use clove oil with caution, and according to directions,...EVEN THO I did not because I was at war!
You should test it on a very tiny area to see if it harms you in any way. You should NEVER get it near eyes or mucous membranes!
noscratchymyitch y

Birmingham, AL

#7 Apr 3, 2011
ps...after I applied it to my skin, I left it on until my next shower. I showered and applied it daily. I am now cured, THANK YOU GOD!!
Anonymous

Dallas, TX

#8 Apr 3, 2011
How long did u use it this way?

Since: Oct 09

Bozeman, MT

#9 Apr 3, 2011
I found this online and thought it might be helpful ;)

Allergies
You may experience an allergic reaction to cloves, whether it's applied topically or ingested, according to the National Institutes of Health. Allergic symptoms include an itchy or red rash and trouble breathing. Some people may even experience severe anaphylaxis, which can cause death.

Gastrointestinal Distress
You may experience various levels of gastrointestinal distress. This may include changes in bowel movements, abdominal pain like cramps, nausea and vomiting, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Bleeding
Clove oil may slow the clotting of blood and increase the risk of bleeding disorders, especially when used in combination with blood thinning medication, reports the National Institutes of Health. For this reason, the NIH recommends the cessation of all clove oil treatments before surgery.

Nervous System Symptoms
Clove oil may cause various problems with your nervous system. The University of Maryland Medical Center says this may include unconsciousness, dizziness and seizures. In severe cases of overdose, it may even result in a coma.

Oral Problems
Orally ingested clove oil, as well as clove oil smoked in a cigarette, may cause a loss of feeling in the mouth, damage to dental tissue and the teeth, and pain in the lips, according to the National Institutes of Health
JOYMARIE

Charlotte, NC

#10 Apr 4, 2011
no one says how to apply itttt???
i think im going to get the clove oil and mixed it with almond oil and see how that workss. peppermint oil clearly hasnt help. at least not yet.

im off to take another bleach bath and to apply more crap.
lmcc

Modesto, CA

#11 Apr 5, 2011
JOYMARIE wrote:
no one says how to apply itttt???
i think im going to get the clove oil and mixed it with almond oil and see how that workss. peppermint oil clearly hasnt help. at least not yet.
im off to take another bleach bath and to apply more crap.
Hi JoyM,
Look on the Topic: CLOVE OIL (not this one)
nissan:(quote)
*I generally mix about 1/4 oz to about 12oz grapeseed oil
after a hot shower rub entire body at least once a day twice is better.

There are quite a few posts on that Topic.
Take care.
lmcc
buggered

Austin, TX

#12 Apr 15, 2011
Clove oil worked on my feet.

I mixed a couple of tablespoons of olive oil with a couple of drops with clove oil and rubbed it on my feet. It's very drying so you'll have to use lotion or vaseline with it after.

Within about a minute of putting it on the tops and soles of my feet, what looked like mini-blackpepper flakes came out of the skin, and I wiped those off with alcohol soaked paper towels. It burns like hell so be careful and don't get it near your eyes.

Don't believe that these things die after a few days. I got reinfected after putting on a pair of shoes that have been in dry storage for two years.(One doc said I was just having a reaction to the dead mite body, but I know that what got into my skin was alive.)

I think doctors don't have a clue how to deal with this. Also I think why different things work for different people is because, these bugs have different stages (larvae, pupae, adult) and people's bodies have different alkalinity.

It takes an arsenal of cleaning products and essential oils to get rid of this.

Good luck,
Be supportive of each other, this is a horrible thing to have to go through,
B
horribly exaggerated

UK

#13 Apr 15, 2011
buggered wrote:
Clove oil worked on my feet.
I mixed a couple of tablespoons of olive oil with a couple of drops with clove oil and rubbed it on my feet. It's very drying so you'll have to use lotion or vaseline with it after.
Within about a minute of putting it on the tops and soles of my feet, what looked like mini-blackpepper flakes came out of the skin, and I wiped those off with alcohol soaked paper towels. It burns like hell so be careful and don't get it near your eyes.
Don't believe that these things die after a few days. I got reinfected after putting on a pair of shoes that have been in dry storage for two years.(One doc said I was just having a reaction to the dead mite body, but I know that what got into my skin was alive.)
I think doctors don't have a clue how to deal with this. Also I think why different things work for different people is because, these bugs have different stages (larvae, pupae, adult) and people's bodies have different alkalinity.
It takes an arsenal of cleaning products and essential oils to get rid of this.
Good luck,
Be supportive of each other, this is a horrible thing to have to go through,
B
Scabies mites or their eggs cannot survive without a host for two years. Up to 30 days, depending on humidity, etc.
Also, how can these 2 oils mixed together be drying on your skin?
I'll be supportive of you, when you get your facts straight.
buggered

Austin, TX

#14 Apr 29, 2011
I was not quoting this as a fact. I was just providing my honest experience. My entire family went through this two years ago. We have done missionary work off and on for years. We got this while living in India. There they told us to use neem oil and tumeric paste and boil our clothes. It worked but now we are back stateside and I just unpacked some boxes. That is when I broke out on badly on my feet.

I couldn't find the tumeric paste. That is why I used the clove oil. It seems to work. I also soak my feet in borax baths for hours at a time which has also been helpful.

Also I noticed your tone, but I was trying to be supportive to everyone as a group. Doctors can sometimes make you feel like you are being ridiculous for suggesting that this is a tough bug to beat. And I noticed that there are a few frustrated and unsupportive people on this site.

By the way, if you have dry skin from scabies essential oils CAN make your skin drier. I suggest you ask a practitioner of homeopathy if you have questions.

Good luck to all who are trying to get through this, it's not easy.
May God bless and keep you
Billie

Ephesians 4:2 Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.
6 months prego

Lincoln, NE

#15 May 1, 2011
horribly exaggerated wrote:
<quoted text>
Scabies mites or their eggs cannot survive without a host for two years. Up to 30 days, depending on humidity, etc.
Also, how can these 2 oils mixed together be drying on your skin?
I'll be supportive of you, when you get your facts straight.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN THEY CAN SURVIVE UP TO 30 DAYS WHERE DID U HEAR THAT BECAUSE EVERYTHING ELSE I HAVE EVER SEEN SAYS THE MITES CAN ONLY LIKE UP TO 72 HRS MAX WITHOUT A HOST?
6 months prego

Lincoln, NE

#16 May 1, 2011
buggered wrote:
I was not quoting this as a fact. I was just providing my honest experience. My entire family went through this two years ago. We have done missionary work off and on for years. We got this while living in India. There they told us to use neem oil and tumeric paste and boil our clothes. It worked but now we are back stateside and I just unpacked some boxes. That is when I broke out on badly on my feet.
I couldn't find the tumeric paste. That is why I used the clove oil. It seems to work. I also soak my feet in borax baths for hours at a time which has also been helpful.
Also I noticed your tone, but I was trying to be supportive to everyone as a group. Doctors can sometimes make you feel like you are being ridiculous for suggesting that this is a tough bug to beat. And I noticed that there are a few frustrated and unsupportive people on this site.
By the way, if you have dry skin from scabies essential oils CAN make your skin drier. I suggest you ask a practitioner of homeopathy if you have questions.
Good luck to all who are trying to get through this, it's not easy.
May God bless and keep you
Billie
Ephesians 4:2 Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.
CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE YOU CAN PURCHASE TURMERIC AND WHAT THAT IS AND ALSO WHERE I COULD PURCHASE THE CLOVE OIL? ALSO I HEARD MANUKA OIL WORKS ALSO SOMEHOW?
Ashley

UK

#18 May 2, 2011
6 months prego wrote:
<quoted text> WHAT DO YOU MEAN THEY CAN SURVIVE UP TO 30 DAYS WHERE DID U HEAR THAT BECAUSE EVERYTHING ELSE I HAVE EVER SEEN SAYS THE MITES CAN ONLY LIKE UP TO 72 HRS MAX WITHOUT A HOST?
Where did I hear that? ha ha ha.... I've been living with it for a while now. This is not something you hear while at church or down on the corner, drinking a beer. You live it 24/7. Any other wonderful questions from you?
Do you want me to pull a quote from a "so-called" wonderful medical experiment literature? From me to you, with love.
Pat1153

Virginia Beach, VA

#19 Jun 2, 2011
noscratchymyitchy wrote:
ps...after I applied it to my skin, I left it on until my next shower. I showered and applied it daily. I am now cured, THANK YOU GOD!!
I appreciate all info on how to even possibly get rid of the bugs from hell as it can make a person really crazy!!

Some ppl on here can be pretty nasty and unappreciative. It's like the ppl that have road rage and the ones that put their time into viruses to see how many computers they can destroy. Something surely wrong with their heads!! Anyway, I picked up a very small thing of Aura Cacia Clove Oil,15ml I think is the amount and I used it all. I'm really short of cash as this mess drains your pocketbook on trying to find the cure. I know I cant get the permethrin or ivermectin as I don't have insurance or money so hard to keep going to the ER. I mixed 3-4 droppers full of the clove oil into a mixture of extra virgin coconut oil as well as olive but felt it wasn't nearly enough. Besides, when you feel alittle burn, you feel as if the B's are being killed! I'm a bit concerned as I didn't read anything about it hurting the nervous system or that it could kill you before I did this. I did put some on 1st and then added a spoonful of the oil mixture. Some places burned and some didn't. I'm going to have to go for a walk to get rid of some of the smell as it can make you a bit dizzy though the smell is nice to me. My mother has always boiled some in a pot at Christmas time but it wasn't so strong as this is. Think I'm going to have to go and buy some more tomorrow as I'll have more funds and best to mix it differently, I guess to keep putting it on. Somehow, got to kill these things as it's going on 4mths. I appreciate all the info and sharing very much! Hope that all ppl continue to share to benefit those that want the help and disregard the rude ppl! I'll keep posting, especially when it does work for me as so many ppl really want and need the help!!! This is quite devastating! Thank you! Pat

Since: Oct 09

Bozeman, MT

#20 Jun 3, 2011
SOME OF YOU NEED TO QUIT BEING SO PETTY AND ACTING LIKE CHILDREN, THERE IS ENOUGH SPAM HERE TO DRIVE ANYONE CRAZY! I am cured of scabies FINALLY!
I had been online for like 10 hours one day, and as soon as I got off the computer I had this feeling that if I got back online I would find the cure, and that was the beginning of the end of scabies for me cause I found a blog about clove oil cure here and am now cured, what's funny is; I wasn't planning on comming back to topix ever again "because of ALL the spam here". I get the clove oil made by NOW foods in the 4oz. size and I use 50% carrier oil (Jojoba) and that works the best, I do use a drop between my fingers and apply it to my eyelashes and nostrils, bacause they were just everywhere, so I used it in my bellybutton, ears, around and under my nails, underarms, hair & scalp, I got a tiny bit in my eyes a few times but nothing bad happened. What's really weird is I got cellulitis near my knee and the clove bud oil helped heal it, I had to go to the hospital for 5 days bacause of it so I had to stop the clove treatment, then started back up when I got out,((my body was so screwed up after having scabies for 2 1/2 years that I was soooo malnourished and that's why I got cellulitis "one of my scabie wounds got infected")) so I started using vitamins and minerals buffered vitamin C "like 3000 mg daily, and alive multi-vitamin, I break it in half and have one at lunch and the other at dinner (like Dr. Oz says), and I'm still doing research on vitamins to see what else I might need, I really like Juniper berries for pain too, I have arthritis in my knees and thumbs. Anyway, all of you take care!

Since: Oct 09

Bozeman, MT

#21 Jun 16, 2011
WOW, did you read the post about the man who has had scabies for 33 years, scabies use to be called "the 7 year itch" not 33. This is what I posted to him and I thought I would put it here also just to keep this on the top for people to see so they will get a clue and get fixed.

WOW, and here I thought I was infested. I'm so sorry for the hard time you've been having. I had scabies for 2 1/2 years. I tried just about every fix I read about here and on other fourms. FYI, there is alot of spam here so beware and use common sense. What worked for me, and others here, is clove oil "not the leaf but the bud" you can get it at health food stores or online, I use the kind made by Now or Now Foods.... and lysol spray works great on furniture, car, carpets, you have to use it like twice a day till you don't feel those invisiable touches anymore. The clove oil you mix with a carrier oil like jojoba oil. At first I mixed it 50/50 now I use 75% clove oil to 25% jojoba because these things seem invincible. Some people only need to use it once, but I guess I was really infested and they got back on me again. The first time I used the clove oil it was instant relief and they were ALL dead but I had to go to the hospital because I got cellulitus and I was their for 5 days and I think thats why I got reinfested, it seems they can easily get use to a product and become imune to it, I hate these little f---ers! You can use it head to toe but it burns for the first 10 minutes after applying it, I put it on my face, barely touching my eyelashes and I got it in my eyes a couple of times but I'm fine. Take care and let us know how you are doing. No one should ever have scabies for that long

Since: Oct 09

Bozeman, MT

#22 Jun 16, 2011
Oh, forgot.... Has anyone noticed the relationship between oil of turpentine, clove oil, they are all from pine trees, I live in Montana and I remember cows comming into my yard and eating the needles off the pine trees and I thought they were dumb, lol, I think that is what naturally kept their bodys from infestations. Anyway, I just thought this was interesting

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