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#128 Feb 1, 2013
intime wrote:
LANG how can you say you are cured and your wife is not? Explain that one!! it's either you both are cured or you both are infected..it's that simple..unless you both live in seperate houses
So are you another sulfur soap sales person or are you the same one just using a new name to insult me?

Went back on this thread never saw your user name before on here.

New flash to everyone on here.

SULFUR soap doesn't work!

LOL

Look how they get so upset when you disturb their sales team on these threads. They will talk you out of what does work to keep selling their junk to you. They don't care about your pain.

I'm not selling anything I have nothing to gain. Buyer beware.
uncle sam

Denver, CO

#129 Feb 2, 2013
Lang has posted so many detremental treatments on this forum. And always poses as some kind of authority. Those pictures and the camera story he trots out every few months. They are from some entomology website he found. He has posted as different posters and has actually had conversations with himself taking deception to a new level. He never really researches anything because of his caveman mentality.

Here is something everyone should know. Diatomacious earth all has silica in it a, it doesn't matter what kind. The silica gets clogged in your pores and is hard to get out . It messes up your skins natural detox function and if it's all over your house for a few months you are breathing it in.

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/programs/resp//risks...

Silica

Silica, also known as silicon dioxide, is the most common mineral on earth. Inhaling dusts that contain crystalline forms of silica can cause a fibrosing interstitial lung disease called silicosis. Silicosis usually takes at least 10 years after exposure to develop. However, it can develop more quickly, especially after large exposures. Quartz is a common type of crystalline silica and is a large component of many types of rock. Inhalation exposure can occur in many kinds of work, including tunneling, quarrying, mining, construction, roadway repair and demolition, sandblasting or any type of work that breaks up quartz-containing rock. Cristobalite exposure can occur in foundry work as a result of heating amorphous silica. In addition to causing silicosis, crystalline silica exposure has been associated with pulmonary function impairment and COPD. Silica has also been classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) as a known human carcinogen. Crystalline silica is thought to damage lung tissue in large part as a result of oxidant mechanisms, with freshly fractured crystalline silica is being more potent than aged materials. Silica-induced diseases can be prevented by reducing exposures. It is encouraging that deaths from silicosis have fallen from more than 1060 in 1968 to less than 170 in 2005.

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#130 Feb 2, 2013
uncle sam wrote:
Lang has posted so many detremental treatments on this forum. And always poses as some kind of authority. Those pictures and the camera story he trots out every few months. They are from some entomology website he found. He has posted as different posters and has actually had conversations with himself taking deception to a new level. He never really researches anything because of his caveman mentality.

Here is something everyone should know. Diatomacious earth all has silica in it a, it doesn't matter what kind. The silica gets clogged in your pores and is hard to get out . It messes up your skins natural detox function and if it's all over your house for a few months you are breathing it in.

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/programs/resp//risks...

Silica

Silica, also known as silicon dioxide, is the most common mineral on earth. Inhaling dusts that contain crystalline forms of silica can cause a fibrosing interstitial lung disease called silicosis. Silicosis usually takes at least 10 years after exposure to develop. However, it can develop more quickly, especially after large exposures. Quartz is a common type of crystalline silica and is a large component of many types of rock. Inhalation exposure can occur in many kinds of work, including tunneling, quarrying, mining, construction, roadway repair and demolition, sandblasting or any type of work that breaks up quartz-containing rock. Cristobalite exposure can occur in foundry work as a result of heating amorphous silica. In addition to causing silicosis, crystalline silica exposure has been associated with pulmonary function impairment and COPD. Silica has also been classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) as a known human carcinogen. Crystalline silica is thought to damage lung tissue in large part as a result of oxidant mechanisms, with freshly fractured crystalline silica is being more potent than aged materials. Silica-induced diseases can be prevented by reducing exposures. It is encouraging that deaths from silicosis have fallen from more than 1060 in 1968 to less than 170 in 2005.
"Diatomaceous earth is an organic substance derived from the remains of fossilized shells. It can be used in the garden, or as a flour or powder in animals and humans for various health reasons. Diatomaceous earth is not usually considered toxic but can cause respiratory problems, if inhaled.

Food Grade

The mineral is often powdered into a flour and used for various health reasons ranging from regulating bowel movements to increasing energy. The flour does not seem to cause any adverse side effects when taken internally."

http://www.ehow.com/facts_5593358_side-effect...

So are you another sulfur soap sales person or are you the same one just using a new name to insult me?

New flash to everyone on here.

SULFUR soap doesn't work!

LOL

Look how they get so upset when you disturb their sales team on these threads. They will talk you out of what does work to keep selling their junk to you. They don't care about your pain.

I'm not selling anything I have nothing to gain. Buyer beware.
uncle sam

Denver, CO

#131 Feb 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>
"Diatomaceous earth is an organic substance derived from the remains of fossilized shells. It can be used in the garden, or as a flour or powder in animals and humans for various health reasons. Diatomaceous earth is not usually considered toxic but can cause respiratory problems, if inhaled.
Food Grade
The mineral is often powdered into a flour and used for various health reasons ranging from regulating bowel movements to increasing energy. The flour does not seem to cause any adverse side effects when taken internally."
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5593358_side-effect...
So are you another sulfur soap sales person or are you the same one just using a new name to insult me?
New flash to everyone on here.
SULFUR soap doesn't work!
LOL
Look how they get so upset when you disturb their sales team on these threads. They will talk you out of what does work to keep selling their junk to you. They don't care about your pain.
I'm not selling anything I have nothing to gain. Buyer beware.
No you're not selling anything and neither am I . You are just really stupid and egotistical and don't even know what you are infected with yourself. You come here like an expert but just give people who are suffering really bad advice. It really is about you isn't it?

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#132 Feb 2, 2013
uncle sam wrote:
<quoted text>No you're not selling anything and neither am I . You are just really stupid and egotistical and don't even know what you are infected with yourself. You come here like an expert but just give people who are suffering really bad advice. It really is about you isn't it?
Really? I'm cured by Doctors.
I stress that a Doctor is very important.
I only come back to answer questions.

You and your buddy's all started your little attack campaign after I pointed out the sales pitch of one of the Sulfur soap team, maybe you maybe not.

There is no doubt you're a sales person leading people to your all natural cures.
attacking anyone who try's and point out your little gimmick.

Everyone can see the attack started shortly after I commented on your little
Ads. Nothing before, zippo for months then this. LOL. How stupid do you think people are. You've exposed yourselves for all to see.
ScabiesScare

Santa Rosa, CA

#133 Feb 2, 2013
Langoliers, may I ask you a question?
My family and I just finished our 2nd round of Permethrin.
I was never diagnosed with scabies. I saw 4 dermatologists, all of whom said NOT scabies.
It started with itchy elbows (they looked crusty & dry) then my forearms itched. Not terribly, but enough to give me a slight rash.
When I went into the GP she said maybe allergies maybe SCABIES (gasp!). I didn't know what scabies was so I came on this forum & was then petrified and depressed.
I had 5 follow up appts with several dermatologists, all of whom said its not scabies. It never spread, and after using a combination of coconut/tea tree oil, the rash subsided.
However, I then started feeling crawling & slight pin pricks.
At this point, the drs looked at me like I was nuts bc there was no visible rash & i wasnt even itcht- even though I felt crawly things.
We have 6 in our household. I seem to be the only one affected (and I'm nursing my 3 mo old infant).
I saw 3 dots a couple weeks ago on my babies finger & immediately asked for the cream as. I've been so paranoid since the beginning of December! Honestly, if I didn't know about scabies I wouldnt have thought much of the dots on his fingers as he is constantly sucking his fingers.
ANYWAY- today, after our second treatment (and 2ns round of major sanitation overhaul- including the purchase/use of an industrial steamer) my husband found 2 red bumps under his arm. About an inch apart. They don't itch. He's never shown symptoms of anything previously.
Do you think this could be from the permethrin? We just washed it off 8 hours ago after having it on for 16 hrs.

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#134 Feb 3, 2013
ScabiesScare wrote:
Langoliers, may I ask you a question?
My family and I just finished our 2nd round of Permethrin.
I was never diagnosed with scabies. I saw 4 dermatologists, all of whom said NOT scabies.
It started with itchy elbows (they looked crusty & dry) then my forearms itched. Not terribly, but enough to give me a slight rash.
When I went into the GP she said maybe allergies maybe SCABIES (gasp!). I didn't know what scabies was so I came on this forum & was then petrified and depressed.
I had 5 follow up appts with several dermatologists, all of whom said its not scabies. It never spread, and after using a combination of coconut/tea tree oil, the rash subsided.
However, I then started feeling crawling & slight pin pricks.
At this point, the drs looked at me like I was nuts bc there was no visible rash & i wasnt even itcht- even though I felt crawly things.
We have 6 in our household. I seem to be the only one affected (and I'm nursing my 3 mo old infant).
I saw 3 dots a couple weeks ago on my babies finger & immediately asked for the cream as. I've been so paranoid since the beginning of December! Honestly, if I didn't know about scabies I wouldnt have thought much of the dots on his fingers as he is constantly sucking his fingers.
ANYWAY- today, after our second treatment (and 2ns round of major sanitation overhaul- including the purchase/use of an industrial steamer) my husband found 2 red bumps under his arm. About an inch apart. They don't itch. He's never shown symptoms of anything previously.
Do you think this could be from the permethrin? We just washed it off 8 hours ago after having it on for 16 hrs.
Permethrin does cause the pin prick feelings. It works on the nerves, that's how it kills the mites. It paralyzes them and then they suffocate.

Remember I'm no Doctor, you should alway listen to their advice.

It doesn't sound like scabies to me.
My bugs were not scabies either
But a much tougher mite called Tropic Rat Mites. Or something like those. In my pictures I have posted you can see the long legs of these mites all curled up these mites look nothing like a scabies mite although the treatment is the same.

Because our mites could live 6 weeks off the host unlike scabies that have a 48 to 72 hour max window we needed DE to kill them in the house.
ScabiesScare

Santa Rosa, CA

#135 Feb 3, 2013
I would listen to my Dr except that they don't think anything is wrong with me.
Thanks for your response, I'm hoping things will get better soon.
They are definitely much better, even before the permethrin, so I'm hoping it will continue in that direction.
Thanks again!

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#136 Feb 3, 2013
ScabiesScare wrote:
I would listen to my Dr except that they don't think anything is wrong with me.
Thanks for your response, I'm hoping things will get better soon.
They are definitely much better, even before the permethrin, so I'm hoping it will continue in that direction.
Thanks again!
Any time and good luck it's no easy battle that's fore sure.
uncle sam

Denver, CO

#137 Feb 4, 2013
Here is Lang with his stroke of genius Nair

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/THV...

Here is boy wonder talking about his red track marks.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/T58...

I know he will try to change the subject as he never answers a question straight, he just calls someone a sulfur salesman.

Here is everyone on a Morgellons forum talking about, guess what, red track marks.

http://www.morgellons-disease-research.com/Mo...

His typical M.O. is to change the subject or propose some stupid argument that only makes sense to people on drugs.

I can judge him clueless 1000 times but it doesn't do him justice because he truly is crazy, I just hate to see him bring real sufferers down into his personal hell.

Here is something to consider, you don't have to have all the symptoms.

http://rense.com/general74/morg4.htm

I too thought I had some kind of bug . Even using a 20x Eye loupe. The phenomenon is that the fibers wind themselves into tight little balls and cylinders, and tapered cylinders and then get coated with keratin that the body releases. So you can find just about any bug you are looking for in there. If anyone wants to message me at lotus fan I can supply a word file with all the info you'll need. This method will create a body environment that parasites can not live in also. When you finish all the material and read the links , you will see that. This words file is the result of hundreds of hours of my research and will benefit you for the rest of your life. I went to 6 doctors in the Denver Metro area and they had no answers, 2 said i was crazy. I had to go to California just to get a diagnosis. After getting biopsies done at the Cali doctor they did microscopic examination and gave me the diagnosis. I had to come up with the best possible solution for this and through diligence and luck I did. It is state of the art.
Keep an open mind, it is your path forward.
uncle sam

Denver, CO

#138 Feb 4, 2013
Langoliers is also the author of this elaborate hoax. You'll notice that InUK2 always posts from a proxy server so he can move his location at will.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TIF...

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#139 Feb 4, 2013
uncle sam wrote:
Langoliers is also the author of this elaborate hoax. You'll notice that InUK2 always posts from a proxy server so he can move his location at will.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TIF...
LOL. So now I'm UK2.

How low will you stoop.

Hey everyone pay attention to these sulfur soap sales people (uncle sam) they have really been attacking me on these threads. They are trying to discredit all things that they don't sell.

I Tried it all and now one year later i'm cured. And sulfur sales boy your products didn't help at all.

I beat them with a Doctor who gave me

1) Stromectol 5 5mg tablets once every seven days.

2) Lindane lotion 4 or 5 treatments

3) Diatom Earth lightly dusted on everything. And in bed with ya.

No only a real jerk would attack someone on these threads for sharing there battle with others in order to help just so they can make a buck on others pain and suffering.
toto

Wichita, KS

#140 Feb 6, 2013
so after months of dealing with severe itching, the bumps and swelling i was put on permethrin cream for scabies which ended up being no help. i finally gave up and went to a specialist come to find out it is a form of Eczema caused from extremely dry skin because of the weather and alcohol found in hand and industrial sanatizers. the doctor recommended Eucerin cream with aquaphor... its an over the counter medicine a small tube costs $8. the doctor recommended using it 4 times a day and avoid hand sanitizer and soaps without moisturizers for the remanded of winter. its been 8 days the itching is completely gone, so are the bumps and swelling. thankfully and of course it is something simple hope it will help some of you

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#141 Feb 6, 2013
toto wrote:
so after months of dealing with severe itching, the bumps and swelling i was put on permethrin cream for scabies which ended up being no help. i finally gave up and went to a specialist come to find out it is a form of Eczema caused from extremely dry skin because of the weather and alcohol found in hand and industrial sanatizers. the doctor recommended Eucerin cream with aquaphor... its an over the counter medicine a small tube costs $8. the doctor recommended using it 4 times a day and avoid hand sanitizer and soaps without moisturizers for the remanded of winter. its been 8 days the itching is completely gone, so are the bumps and swelling. thankfully and of course it is something simple hope it will help some of you
Great news! See sometimes it pays to see the Doctor.

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#143 Feb 10, 2013
Fred wrote:
Listen to Langoliers! He is the scabie king!
All bow down to the Un-doctor Fred.
Faerie with Ooglies

Brisbane, Australia

#144 Feb 10, 2013
Langoliers

Your help and knowledge base is valuable to this forum. May I humbly suggest you refrain from directly addressing the 'obvious problem' on this forum and simply address others with regard to 'the irritation and their behaviours".

They get less SUPPLY this way. SUPPLY = energy and impetus to go on. Any direct addressing or attention gives delight to them. We can't have that.

Good on you for all of your wealth of sharing. It is appreciated.

Since: Apr 12

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#145 Feb 10, 2013
Faerie with Ooglies wrote:
Langoliers

Your help and knowledge base is valuable to this forum. May I humbly suggest you refrain from directly addressing the 'obvious problem' on this forum and simply address others with regard to 'the irritation and their behaviours".

They get less SUPPLY this way. SUPPLY = energy and impetus to go on. Any direct addressing or attention gives delight to them. We can't have that.

Good on you for all of your wealth of sharing. It is appreciated.
Yes I've already stopped dealing with it.
Dr Pepper

Hollywood, FL

#146 Feb 10, 2013
Faerie with Ooglies wrote:
Langoliers
Your help and knowledge base is valuable to this forum. May I humbly suggest you refrain from directly addressing the 'obvious problem' on this forum and simply address others with regard to 'the irritation and their behaviours".
They get less SUPPLY this way. SUPPLY = energy and impetus to go on. Any direct addressing or attention gives delight to them. We can't have that.
Good on you for all of your wealth of sharing. It is appreciated.
What a bunch of hockey poo. We don't want THAT.
All hail to the new forum queen.
Take it away, darling.
OMG, did I just create some energy?
Fariy I saw a dingleberry drop from in betweeen your legs.
Hello

Hollywood, FL

#147 Feb 10, 2013
Faerie with Ooglies wrote:
Langoliers
Your help and knowledge base is valuable to this forum. May I humbly suggest you refrain from directly addressing the 'obvious problem' on this forum and simply address others with regard to 'the irritation and their behaviours".
They get less SUPPLY this way. SUPPLY = energy and impetus to go on. Any direct addressing or attention gives delight to them. We can't have that.
Good on you for all of your wealth of sharing. It is appreciated.
And there you post behind a proxy server with all your wealth and knowledge.
Faerie with Ooglies

Brisbane, Australia

#148 Feb 10, 2013
Hello/Dr Pepper is FRED/Lotus Fan/ Uncle Sam = time waster, bully, misogynist, Narcissist, salesman, liar, fake.

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