oregano oil kills scabies - no side effects

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All treatments most certainly DO NOT work!
There's a lot of crap information out there coming from Doctors and dermatologist. They'll tell You they don't get in Your scalp. They'll tell You permethrin usually takes 1 treatment. Get real. Our combined knowledge leaves doctors and dermatologists in the dust.
Can't feel em bite huh? BOLLOCKS!¡1
Did they have them before or are they reading from a text book. Text book.
I'm taking baths in mineral spirits. My nerves can feel the chemical 'heat' that continues upward for about 20 minutes. You know if my nerves in my skin are getting rocked, those little buggers, covered in it are getting their teeth knocked out.
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itcher wrote:
im going to post this! this is what the ethical team(who i orderd my oragano oil from)wrote to me about using it for scabies...we're glad you've received your order.
Oregano oil has been used for scabies in the past & we suggest just a
few drops two or three times daily i.e morning, afternoon & evening.
You should see results rather quickly though for some it may take more time.
We believe that "conditions" such as scabies are actually symptoms.
With this in mind candida albicans may be the true culprit.
Do you think a rattle snake or scorpion wouldn't bite you if you didn't have candida? scabies mites like the taste of flesh, they aren't created as a symptom of candida. Candida is a fungus, mites are an insect and fungus doesn't spawn insects. And oregano oil is good for sore muscles, none of the essential oils work for skin parasites enough to matter, sure they might have a little effect in vitro in a lab. Maybe if you got in a bath tub full of oregano oil and stayed submerged for a week with a straw to breath through, but I doubt it.
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Jun 19, 2012
 
Well I can vouge for thre fact that western medicine is clueless. Permethrin did not work. I myself used it twice and burned my skin due to aleric rection. It cost me 1,500 for emergency room to look at my body and say, "I have no idea what is wrong with you." I had to do a lot of research and for me and my kids found that oil of oregano daluted in olive oil on top pf the skin as well as internally worked well. It does take a long time to be fully healed because I had the worst case.(Norwegian mites where they make your skin like turtle shells) so I used it as a moisturizer and an interal agent. I also took antibiotics given to me by a derm who admitted the same. He had only seen my case a few times prior. So I repeat I did do this in conjuntion with western medicines though it was limited. Once my skin returned back to mostly normal I used neem oil with aloe to continue the healing process. This has been five months on going and we are in the clear now. Reinfestation comes from the cars you drivr in, to the shoes you ware, and tide with bleach in hot water to be best.

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Laura wrote:
Well I can vouge for thre fact that western medicine is clueless. Permethrin did not work. I myself used it twice and burned my skin due to aleric rection. It cost me 1,500 for emergency room to look at my body and say, "I have no idea what is wrong with you." I had to do a lot of research and for me and my kids found that oil of oregano daluted in olive oil on top pf the skin as well as internally worked well. It does take a long time to be fully healed because I had the worst case.(Norwegian mites where they make your skin like turtle shells) so I used it as a moisturizer and an interal agent. I also took antibiotics given to me by a derm who admitted the same. He had only seen my case a few times prior. So I repeat I did do this in conjuntion with western medicines though it was limited. Once my skin returned back to mostly normal I used neem oil with aloe to continue the healing process. This has been five months on going and we are in the clear now. Reinfestation comes from the cars you drivr in, to the shoes you ware, and tide with bleach in hot water to be best.
If you had serious scabies like that, it's down to your immune system. There's no such thing as norwegian mites, the term Norwegian is used to describe a case where the person affected can't produce a good immunity response to the mites meaning they multiply and start scabbing the skin.

I catched scabies right around the time I started smoking, around 3 months ago from now. I've quit in the past few weeks and it looks like I almost have them beat. Helping your immune system is just as important as any topical you might use.
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Jun 20, 2012
 
itcher wrote:
Unfortunately we haven't been able to find any formal scientific
evidence on the effects oregano oil has on scabies.
Please bear in mind many scientific studies are undertaken by large
pharmaceutical companies hence there is no initiative to reveal the
true healing powers of natural products.
According to us & a few of our consumers it's best to apply topically
& consume internally.
So what happened? Does oregano oil work internally?

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Jun 20, 2012
 
it didnt work for me,but lots of things havnt worked for me,i have had it to long.i remember only taking it for 3/4 days,it was so bad tasting i coulnt even handle it when i put the drops in empty capsuals,i burped it and it wasnt plesent,my son refused it to,give it a go,it may work for some.it smells worse than neem and the most horrible thing i have tasted.
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So what happened? Does oregano oil work internally?

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enough be enough wrote:
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If you had serious scabies like that, it's down to your immune system. There's no such thing as norwegian mites, the term Norwegian is used to describe a case where the person affected can't produce a good immunity response to the mites meaning they multiply and start scabbing the skin.
I catched scabies right around the time I started smoking, around 3 months ago from now. I've quit in the past few weeks and it looks like I almost have them beat. Helping your immune system is just as important as any topical you might use.
Take into account that the skin is the largest organ on the body and any scabicide you rub all over is getting absorbed and processed by your body which is adverse to the immune system.
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This link will tell you everything about oil of oregano and it does say it kills scabies and lice. I have some so I am treating myself and my children making sure i dilute it for my children so far i have applied on myself made a body cream and added oil of oregano (strong dose)for myself and its like I can almost feel it working I will keep you updated....
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Here is the link http://www.oreganooil.org/oregano-oil-benefit...

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Oregano does not cure Scabies. Apple cider vinegar does not cure Scabies. Garlic does not cure Scabies. Sulfur soaps and ointments do not cure Scabies. Neem does not cure Scabies. Tea Tree Oil does not cure Scabies. Bleach baths do not cure Scabies. Permethrin by itself does not cure Scabies. And 99% of dems and docs have no clue how to cure Scabies. The old treatments no longer cure because the mites are resistant.
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Jul 16, 2012
 
I believe in the old days some people used motor oil to get rid of scabies but this and using olive oil is not needed when there are other ways to naturally cure your scabies that are more effective. One of those treatments is the use of sulfur creams that are of 10% sulfur or more!

http://ScabiesHelpNow.com
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Aug 5, 2012
 
sweetkitten wrote:
Oregano does not cure Scabies. Apple cider vinegar does not cure Scabies. Garlic does not cure Scabies. Sulfur soaps and ointments do not cure Scabies. Neem does not cure Scabies. Tea Tree Oil does not cure Scabies. Bleach baths do not cure Scabies. Permethrin by itself does not cure Scabies. And 99% of dems and docs have no clue how to cure Scabies. The old treatments no longer cure because the mites are resistant.
If any of those doesn't cure scabies, what does? I mean of you know for a fact that they don't, please share the cure....
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Aug 7, 2012
 
Oregano oil will not kill scabies by itself, but used in conjunction with other scabies treatments may help but would be really messy. The thing that people count on the oregano oil to do is smoother the scabies which in most cases will not be effective enough by itself to kill scabies. Stick with real scabies treatments that are prescribed for scabies!

Source: http://ScabiesHelpNow.com
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Aug 7, 2012
 
Jeannie wrote:
Wow, I've never heard of the oregano oil causing these symptoms; maybe you really DID have a bug-no pun intended. The free scraping tip is one of the BEST suggestions that I have EVER heard on this forum. At least a person could find out what they have or do not have for sure.-Trying to guess makes things sooo hard.
Free scraping. What do you mean?
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Aug 7, 2012
 
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LONG STORY, try to make it short. The oregano oil works well for fungus and secondary stuff. But IMO it didn't have the power to kill the scabies.
In the end I believe it was the SULPHUR that killed them. We ordered powdered sulfur online then mixed it into vaseline and wore that all over...for awhile. We also rotated with nix during this time, occasionally.
By the time we knew for sure the scabies were dead (weeks+) we had dried our skin out terribly with the sulfur and then had to go through a healing phase on that, vitamin E lotion helped. But thank God, the scabies are GONE and have been gone for months now.
don't put off trying good old fashioned sulfur - make a 10% recipe in vaseline.
I seem to have some kind of scabies "light". Perhaps it is not scabies but it is something that since I stayed in a hotel in Venice, lives in /on my skin. I have rashes on the typical places and itching as well but not so much.The symptoms seem to grow when I "disturb" my skin in with oil or cream for instance. I have had small blisters as well on the hands. I feel horrible crawling on my skin , mainly during the evenings / nights. Whatever I have is also very appearent on my face, ears and scalp. What is this?? I slept at my mothers house directely after tha trip and ca one and half month after I recognized the symtoms , she did to. I have visited 6 dermatologes. No one believes me. I tried sulfur for one and a half week. I had to interrupt the treatment though because the hospital promised me proper tests to be taken - but when I had stopped, they told me I had to wait another one and a half month. It is so cruel it is unimaginable. BUT - when i used the sulfur I got re areas and some small red blisters/ rashes on the areas that seemed to be especially infested; under the bust, the shoulders, my "derriere", and so forth. MY QUESTION: HAs this happened to any one else that have used precipitated sulfur?

I would be most grateful for an answer! Me and my mum is actually slowly dying here. I have not seen any one ine 5 months now because I am so afraid of infesting someome else. I will not even start to tell you what a horrible impact this has had on my life. And no dermatologist believes me.(In Sweden, the difficulties and mistakes in diagnosticising scabies has been noticed the last years as scabies has increased here. Though - I do not know if this is scab; it is definitely not the usual "aggressive" version with relentless itching anyway...) Sulfur seems to calm down the horrible crawling effects though but it came back after a couple of days when I had to stop using it. Yes, and of course I have used the creams that can be bought without prescription . Do I have to say they did not help... I would like to buy Ivermectin for humans now. Does anyone have any advice where to get it?

God bless you all and the best of luck to you all!! PLEASE - write here when you get well!! It is really important!
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Aug 7, 2012
 
sweetkitten wrote:
Oregano does not cure Scabies. Apple cider vinegar does not cure Scabies. Garlic does not cure Scabies. Sulfur soaps and ointments do not cure Scabies. Neem does not cure Scabies. Tea Tree Oil does not cure Scabies. Bleach baths do not cure Scabies. Permethrin by itself does not cure Scabies. And 99% of dems and docs have no clue how to cure Scabies. The old treatments no longer cure because the mites are resistant.
No resistence to sulfur!!...

HI, I just have to reply here: I have for at least 5 months done extensive reading regarding this subject and you are absolutely right concerning that it is a lot of resistence out there. A lot! BUT...NO SPECIES can EVER get resitsent towards SULFUR because it is an element of the earth - I have not the right english chemical name for it unfortunately - but it is one of the earths basic elements / materials and no creature can develope resistance towards them! Look it up anywhere if you like (authorized sources, not other forums and Wiki!!). I checked it with a professor and I have read it (I have also studied some chemistry). So the old recipy petrolatum/sulfur is probably the most reliable you can use. BUT it take a long time - probably a months - to get rid of scabies that way (some say three days but allow me to be sceptical) and the biggest risk here is to get reinfested during the time. Could really happen easily. The best thing, almost the only thing to do, is to clean the house and the leave it for one week. That is what they did in the old days (but two weeks was recommended then). Remember that all the things you breing must be with out scabies on them. That is not the easiest thing...Perhaps best to buy everuthing new when you have left tha house...And a´concerning the washing, do always pour boiling water over everythinh, the minute you take it off because otherwise the clothes will spead dry dust with mites/eggs. And never ever wash below 60 C. Also always dry at least in 60 C - hat is the best way to kill mites. The cant tolerate dryness.

An use flipflops or simular that you can wash every day. Clean all the doornobs and everything with chlorin or simular every day.

On the body:
-I have tried neem - did not work even the slightest.Just smelled awful.

-Tee tree - definitely a restraining effect but could never cure what ever it is I have anyway; some scabies like? something...

-The best effect COMBINED with suLfur (I used ca 40-50%)/petrolatum ca 50%, is a mix of woormwood 20 %, Tee tree 40% and lavder 40%. An ayurveda expert said that it might could help It did not on its own but helped.

-Triphala seemed to help but I do not ever think I culd get cured by itself solely - no way!(Weyed man telling us that on a video - I think it is a diguised commercial.) Notice that the extremely disgusting powder form seemed to cure better that the pills.

I wich you all luck!!
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Aug 8, 2012
 
cheryl wrote:
PS - you also need to add the sulfur to your shampoo! This is really important, unless you're bald. And we were using the nix (or kroger) version of lice shampoo/conditioner every 14 days with the sulfur and thats when things finally changed. But we weren't sure, so sent samples to university entomolyy dept. Check with your local university entomology dept and see if they accept samples, skin scrapings etc for free and tell you what's in there. We were still super itchy, and I thought we skill had bugs but they told me it was just fibers ... apparently getting into our trashed and dried out skin..... once we stopped the sulfur and used lotion, itch went away.
Dear Cheryl
May I ask if your skin recovered totally? I did ca two weeks sulfur treatment but had to interrupt due to different reasons. My skin has not recovered yet really and it is now one and a half month ago. Why did you not get proper treatment? Ivomec? If you did tests, did they not discover anything then?

Further; Can anyone recommend a good, experienced dermatologist. I do not know what I have. Perhaps what is called Clean man scabies, I dont know really. I have it in my hair, face and all over the body. It does not give the relentless itching that is often connected to scabies but it can - when it seems to get "disturbed" in any way, by very rich cream or something else. I also get the itchy rasches, especially on my wrists and hands, but sometimes they can be very few. What is this?

No one believes me. And in some way I understand them. I come there telling the dermatologists that I got something crawling all over my body and I think it is something that at least "work" like scabies. But I cant show anything more than a few rasches round the wrists/hands for most of the times.(I have had much more in periods but this case seems like it has a curse over it. As soon as I get rashes, nodoctor have time to take tests. And when they are gone, they just tell me I am imagine this.)

But, though, I have the rashes! They itch. And they started after my stay in the Venice hotel. And -unfotunately - my mother also has this and noticed it around two month after me. I slept in her sofa after Venice not knowing that I was infested. I just know this is some sort of parasite. I am not a hypocondric. And honestly, I do not think I ever would have the concentration to keep such a feeling alive for so long. I have had this for almost 5 months now and no one has even done a proper test at me yet. Not even a skin scraping. Just a worthless needle test out of dry scars...

When I used sulfur (ca 2 weeks) it seemed like it brought up the bugs (or whatever I have) because red areas and small rashes/blisters occured on the areas that seemed to be most infested. It was like they had been able to "coexist" with me before but now "reacted". Does any one notice this from their sulfur use??

I have an dermatologist appointment the 13/8 at the biggest hospital in Sweden but they and others has refused to take this seriously before and they also lack knowledge regaradring parasites. They did not even know that scabies could develop resistant to different treatments. Ans not either that they could occure on the head, and so forth, and so forth. I have read about this subject for moths now, reserch rapports, hospital advices, forums, and more. I just want them to do (many) skin tests on me.

I would be most grateful for any opinion. I am very sad and this has destroyed my life. I cant see any one. I am so afraid of infesting someone else. I cant see the dog I share with another person because my hands are the most infested areas and of course I will pass it on to that other person. I am so sorry for my mum.She is seventy. I do not think I can stand this longer than a few weeks extra now.

God bless you.(He has stopped listening to me.)
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forkface wrote:
All treatments most certainly DO NOT work!
There's a lot of crap information out there coming from Doctors and dermatologist. They'll tell You they don't get in Your scalp. They'll tell You permethrin usually takes 1 treatment. Get real. Our combined knowledge leaves doctors and dermatologists in the dust.
Can't feel em bite huh? BOLLOCKS!¡1
Did they have them before or are they reading from a text book. Text book.
I'm taking baths in mineral spirits. My nerves can feel the chemical 'heat' that continues upward for about 20 minutes. You know if my nerves in my skin are getting rocked, those little buggers, covered in it are getting their teeth knocked out.
Dear Folkface :)

How did it go?? I so agree with you that the poor people that get bugs or whatever one have, know more than the doctors. In Sweden, in the biggest hospital, Karolinska, the dermatlogists did not even know about resistence among scabies. And they refused to believe that it could exist on the face/scalp so I brought them researche from one of the best professors in this field; Richard Speare. Do you think the showed any signs of taking their statemsnts back? No, I thought so:) But one of the dermatologists asked if she could keep the reports I brought , anyway.

She is the one who are going to do the first proper examination of my skin soon, after 5 months!!! It is crazy! 5 months I have tried to make them do at least a proper examination! And my mother is infested to. We have the same symptoms but despite this fact they just refuse to even touch this case. I honestly think they do not know what to do.They have no idea what this is. BUT the doctors seem very concerned not to be infested themselves!...

Do you know how I got my upcoming examination booked at last? I grabbed my doctors hand (not hard) and refused to let go because if he did not think i could infest, then he should of course not be afraid. But, oh , how afraid he got!! He backed into the wall with the chair and kept repeating; "The visiting time is over now". How sad! And on top of that I told him I did record our whole conversation (which I did). I told him that I thought it was unforgivable to put other in possible danger to get infested by me for such a long time. That was and is , still my biggest fear.
Three days later the hospital Karolinska offered me the first proper examinataion. BUT the day before they cancelled and said the only doctor who could do the examination was sick!! And afterwards she would go on vacation! And so the kept me waiting 1,5 months extra! That is torture.(So in the end it will have taken 5 months before my first real examination- if they not cancel again, that is...)

I am a academic, 40 years old, works with art, no record of hypocondria (and definitely no crime), looks clean and good actaually, is a typical "urban" person that goes to museums, theaters, travel, and so forth. Why do the doctors treat me this way? I have always - stupidly enough - thought that I would get treatment, or at least be properly examined if I got something.

I am fortuantely, fortunately taking a year off for studing now. How could I ever managed this if I have worked?? How do people do? Which of course must be the case in almost every case concerning adults...I just feel so horrible when I think about the others out there who are in the same situation as me, having something undiagnosed and no one believing you.

I wish you all the best. And PLEASE, do not forget to write here when you get WELL, dear people:)
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cheryl wrote:
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LONG STORY, try to make it short. The oregano oil works well for fungus and secondary stuff. But IMO it didn't have the power to kill the scabies.
In the end I believe it was the SULPHUR that killed them. We ordered powdered sulfur online then mixed it into vaseline and wore that all over...for awhile. We also rotated with nix during this time, occasionally.
By the time we knew for sure the scabies were dead (weeks+) we had dried our skin out terribly with the sulfur and then had to go through a healing phase on that, vitamin E lotion helped. But thank God, the scabies are GONE and have been gone for months now.
don't put off trying good old fashioned sulfur - make a 10% recipe in vaseline.
Dear Cheryl
May I ask if your skin recovered totally? I did ca two weeks sulfur treatment but had to interrupt due to different reasons. My skin has not recovered yet really and it is now one and a half month ago. Why did you not get proper treatment? Ivomec? If you did tests, did they not discover anything then?

Further; Can anyone recommend a good, experienced dermatologist. I do not know what I have. Perhaps what is called Clean man scabies, I dont know really. I have it in my hair, face and all over the body. It does not give the relentless itching that is often connected to scabies but it can - when it seems to get "disturbed" in any way, by very rich cream or something else. I also get the itchy rasches, especially on my wrists and hands, but sometimes they can be very few. What is this?

No one believes me. And in some way I understand them. I come there telling the dermatologists that I got something crawling all over my body and I think it is something that at least "work" like scabies. But I cant show anything more than a few rasches round the wrists/hands for most of the times.(I have had much more in periods but this case seems like it has a curse over it. As soon as I get rashes, nodoctor have time to take tests. And when they are gone, they just tell me I am imagine this.)

But, though, I have the rashes! They itch. And they started after my stay in the Venice hotel. And -unfotunately - my mother also has this and noticed it around two month after me. I slept in her sofa after Venice not knowing that I was infested. I just know this is some sort of parasite. I am not a hypocondric. And honestly, I do not think I ever would have the concentration to keep such a feeling alive for so long. I have had this for almost 5 months now and no one has even done a proper test at me yet. Not even a skin scraping. Just a worthless needle test out of dry scars...

When I used sulfur (ca 2 weeks) it seemed like it brought up the bugs (or whatever I have) because red areas and small rashes/blisters occured on the areas that seemed to be most infested. It was like they had been able to "coexist" with me before but now "reacted". Does any one notice this from their sulfur use - that it shows the infested areas?? I would be most grateful for any opinion. I am very sad and this has destroyed my life. I cant see any one. I am so afraid of infesting someone else. I cant see the dog I share with another person because my hands are the most infested areas and of course I will pass it on to that other person. I am so sorry for my mum.She is seventy. I do not think I can stand this longer than a few weeks extra now.

God bless you.(He has stopped listening to me.)

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