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I have posted the following below in the support thread, however in case anyone doesn't see or read that one, just wanted to urge all of you to try Malathion. Will keep you all updated, but this is the most promising and immediately dramatic result I've ever seen in thirteen months of treating these monsters. More soon...

"Today I set out with two aims-

(1): to stop being so scared of defeat and go back to the boards.

Also (2): to buy as many other chemicals as i hadn't bought before and try them all. its malathion....

malathion is the cure for my bird mites

just put some 50% MALATHION FOR PLANTS solution on my scalp tonight- lots of dead mites. It REVEALED the burrows and KILLED the mites.... not a cure yet but this is it for sure.

ITS CALLED AMGROW MALATHION INSECTICIDE... would you believe for the control of freaking aphids and... and... and... wait for it... THRIPS... a suspected mite infestation which has been mentioned countless times on these boards. May not be thrips exactly, but whatever they are they are dying in droves right now!!"
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Jun 4, 2013
 
Please note that the method of applcation was not liberal or random. I Spot-treated all affected areas of scalp, back, arms and neck, by dipping a cotton-wool bud in the solution and dabbing it onto affected areas. Thats how effective it was.
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Jun 6, 2013
 
Day three of using the Malathion. After shower with selsun gold and anti-bac dishwah liquid skipped the surgical spirit and applied the Mal. The best way to apply is with a thick folded tissue to the affected areas. Don't touch it directly and use SPARINGLY. The bottle I bought you can't even tell that any has been used, the amount has been that tiny. Yet its working, after all these months of expense (1000's of dollars) and misery.

Not cured yet but really do feel that this is 'it.' The surgical spirit or isopropyl alcohol will reveal burrows in your skin, and then the relevant treatment will kill whatever mites you have. I don't want to discount permethrin as a treatment because it may work for some, and I really do feel that the concentration at 5% is way too low when we treat plants and animals with up to 50%.

Anyway, major drops two nights ago with the Mal for the 1st time, like Iíve never seen before. I could not have imagined that there were that many tiny little monsters under my skin when I saw their departure, as more often than not the skin will appear normal on the surface, with the exception of long deep burrows and the associated irritation. More soon.
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Jun 6, 2013
 
By the way thrips leave long scratches on the skin that have been previously associated/mistaken with scabies. They're used to leaving track marks on thick skin leaves so human skin is a soft surface for them. How they habitate humans I'm still gobsmacked and unsure of, though I guess where there's life with parasites they will take anything.

Apparently you can't see scabies but thrips are visible. They are clear after first hatching. They go through 5 stages of development, or 6 if you count the egg stage. The third stage is where they look like D Gallinae bird mites. The last is where they look like splinters or grass burrs. The wings are folded down and very fine, so it makes them look tiny bit thicker at the middle.
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misery_in_au wrote:
I have posted the following below in the support thread, however in case anyone doesn't see or read that one, just wanted to urge all of you to try Malathion. Will keep you all updated, but this is the most promising and immediately dramatic result I've ever seen in thirteen months of treating these monsters. More soon...
"Today I set out with two aims-
(1): to stop being so scared of defeat and go back to the boards.
Also (2): to buy as many other chemicals as i hadn't bought before and try them all. its malathion....
malathion is the cure for my bird mites
just put some 50% MALATHION FOR PLANTS solution on my scalp tonight- lots of dead mites. It REVEALED the burrows and KILLED the mites.... not a cure yet but this is it for sure.
ITS CALLED AMGROW MALATHION INSECTICIDE... would you believe for the control of freaking aphids and... and... and... wait for it... THRIPS... a suspected mite infestation which has been mentioned countless times on these boards. May not be thrips exactly, but whatever they are they are dying in droves right now!!"
You should urge people to try Derbac M or malathion when it actually cures you and you have been symptom free for a month with no treatment at all. It is an organophosphate and has toxicity issues. The original malathion treatments were 1% and that was adjusted to .5% because people were getting sick and even some recorded deaths at 1% concentration.
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http://www.morgellonsuk.org.uk/morgellons_ski...

"Some sufferers report track lines in skin"

Your "thrips" are most likely the body producing the keratin/collagen/ cellulose tiny cylindrical objects that is also typical with morgellons. you need a stronger magnifier. try 100x minimum.

http://f1000research.com/articles/2-118/v1
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You should urge people to try Derbac M or malathion when it actually cures you and you have been symptom free for a month with no treatment at all. It is an organophosphate and has toxicity issues. The original malathion treatments were 1% and that was adjusted to .5% because people were getting sick and even some recorded deaths at 1% concentration.
Hi Fred, is Derbac M the same as Malathion? I did consider not posting until 100% cured but the reaction from the mites literally dropping out was too great to keep a secret in case of other sufferers. Mites and other parasites literally reproduce and increase their numbers overnight and I disliked thinking that others could miss out. Yes I do know the toxicty issues, as with most things in life entailing any chemical use. And yes I'm well aware that I'm perhaps lucky constitution-wise having no ill effects from certain meds, which is also why I suggested utmost caution and a very sparing application. When you've suffered this long and something like this happens its a major breakthrough. And yes they are mites- have caught two live ones the past month.

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misery_in_au wrote:
I have posted the following below in the support thread, however in case anyone doesn't see or read that one, just wanted to urge all of you to try Malathion. Will keep you all updated, but this is the most promising and immediately dramatic result I've ever seen in thirteen months of treating these monsters. More soon...
"Today I set out with two aims-
(1): to stop being so scared of defeat and go back to the boards.
Also (2): to buy as many other chemicals as i hadn't bought before and try them all. its malathion....
malathion is the cure for my bird mites
just put some 50% MALATHION FOR PLANTS solution on my scalp tonight- lots of dead mites. It REVEALED the burrows and KILLED the mites.... not a cure yet but this is it for sure.
ITS CALLED AMGROW MALATHION INSECTICIDE... would you believe for the control of freaking aphids and... and... and... wait for it... THRIPS... a suspected mite infestation which has been mentioned countless times on these boards. May not be thrips exactly, but whatever they are they are dying in droves right now!!"
Having your own thread on Malathion is a great idea for individuals who are desperate for a cure and that might be dealing with the same thing. Good luck my friend! I hope this will kill them.
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Hi needpeace. Really do think that the end is nearing. The mass exit three nights ago was too significant to ignore, and when I looked up thrips and their life cycle and stages and photos it ALL started to fall into place.

Still not cured by a long shot- two very intense bites to the scalp underneath today. Treating with antibac dishwash liquid and selsun gold in shower, and surgical spirit and malathion as topical.

Yes I was so desperate after 13 months of bites, pops, crawling, movement and an a faint buzzing feeling inside the 'hot spots'. Still no idea why they've selected a human and how they can not only survive but thrive.

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Hi needpeace. Really do think that the end is nearing. The mass exit three nights ago was too significant to ignore, and when I looked up thrips and their life cycle and stages and photos it ALL started to fall into place.
Still not cured by a long shot- two very intense bites to the scalp underneath today. Treating with antibac dishwash liquid and selsun gold in shower, and surgical spirit and malathion as topical.
Yes I was so desperate after 13 months of bites, pops, crawling, movement and an a faint buzzing feeling inside the 'hot spots'. Still no idea why they've selected a human and how they can not only survive but thrive.
When bugs are dying they try to fight. How is the pops, crawling, movement and an a faint buzzing feeling inside the 'hot spots' feeling now after the treatment
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Theres still extensive movement within the hot spots. They are dying. Theres also very very sharp intense painful bites, worse in severity than before. I am taking an over the counter painkiller when I treat, along with an antihistamine (non drowsy). Truth be told they don't help that much at that level of pain and reaction. Crawling still there but less. Treating rest of body with 10% diluted solution lightly wiped on with a thick tissue, and hotspots with neat Malathion. Did want want to reapply it after todays shower- the smell is unbelievable and I am slightly dehydrated. Still I must go on with this treatment as living with them is even worse and a total misery.
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That sentence should have read: Did NOT want to reapply it..
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I am also seeing more juvenile ones on my skin- the white-ish pupae. Revolting that these little monsters are in me. I was not diagnosed correctly at all and feel very badly let down by the medical ''profession', with the majority of advice being 'just don't think about it and they'll go away.' They don't want to do their jobs and they don't want you in the surgery sitting on their chairs. I have completely lost all trust in and respect for doctors. I have the two originally live (now dead) ones in a jar for the doctor who won't look at them- too confronting?
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Not one of those studies specifically concludes that thrips take up residence under the skin.

"No biopsy specimen (0 of 80) provided evidence to support skin infestation."

So as I said you should just be able to call an exterminator. Show the study that concludes thrips have taken residence under the skin and the exact passage where that is established .

Also the scenario of all the thrips moving from the environment into your skin is implausible. It's like saying you have a lot of mosquitoe bites and now the mosquitoes are inside you. It's just not what they do.

You can't just add behavour to an insect to suit your symptoms.

Your assertions are ridiculous.

It's clear that they bite people but they are an environmental issue.

They do not inhabit you.

You can't just add that because it suits your made up scenario.
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Not one of those studies specifically concludes that thrips take up residence under the skin.
"No biopsy specimen (0 of 80) provided evidence to support skin infestation."
So as I said you should just be able to call an exterminator. Show the study that concludes thrips have taken residence under the skin and the exact passage where that is established .
Also the scenario of all the thrips moving from the environment into your skin is implausible. It's like saying you have a lot of mosquitoe bites and now the mosquitoes are inside you. It's just not what they do.
You can't just add behavour to an insect to suit your symptoms.
Your assertions are ridiculous.
It's clear that they bite people but they are an environmental issue.
They do not inhabit you.
You can't just add that because it suits your made up scenario.
Not one of the studies said that thrips definitely don't take up residence in the skin either. And thrips is my conclusion for now for want of better evidence, however the Malathion continues to work.

Now, lets see an affirmative Morgellon's academic study by a mainstream doctor, peer-reviewed , which actually acknowledges Morgellon's as a disease, illness, condition or malady. Just one. I've shown you mine now you show me yours. Don't be shy Fred.
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Jun 8, 2013
 
Now, back on topic. Today I realised that I've been drinking a few cups of coffee a day and very little water. So tonight just that simple change resulted in feeling much better, along with ditching the over the counter meds which achieved nothing (except for possibly contributing to the dehydrated feeling). Two showers today, applied the surgical spirit first one to make the Mal absorb better (because so little is used) and after second shower some small dabs of Mal again. Back clearing considerably though there are a few small bites on the arms- the main most frustrating area as usual is the scalp.

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Not one of the studies said that thrips definitely don't take up residence in the skin either. And thrips is my conclusion for now for want of better evidence, however the Malathion continues to work.
Now, lets see an affirmative Morgellon's academic study by a mainstream doctor, peer-reviewed , which actually acknowledges Morgellon's as a disease, illness, condition or malady. Just one. I've shown you mine now you show me yours. Don't be shy Fred.
O.K. their aren't studies that say pigs can't fly either.You actually haven't provided any proof at all.

If can can read these and don't use the information to support your irrelevant and hard headed position then it is easy to see.With you though it is way more about your drama than actual reality.You need to step into the real world.

http://f1000research.com/articles/2-25/v1

http://f1000research.com/articles/2-118/v1

http://www.morgellons-research.org/morgellons...

I lived through it and cured myself. Your malathion will not cure your morgellons. I know you have it because I've read all your posts over the last year. The toxins of the malathion will collect in your fat cells though and make your morgellons worse. Malathion is second to lindane and both are organophosphates that have killed people, good move.
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Failing to find the supportive literature that pigs can achieve aeronautic capabilities, I do contend however that the following peer-reviewed academic paper and mainstream newspaper articles may be of some interest:

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00...

http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journa...

http://theconversation.com/cant-bear-em-how-g...

http://australianmuseum.net.au/Drop-Bear

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