oregano oil kills scabies - no side e...
Cheryl

Siloam Springs, AR

#46 Sep 12, 2012
Responding to ljh ----- sorry for the late reply.

Our scabies has been gone now for almost 2 years. Our skin DID recover completely and totally.

I still think the Sulfur was the most helpful, and when we started sulphur we actually MOVED. The move just happened to coincide, it wasn't planned because of the scabies. But I'm sure it helped too.

Previously we had tried the medications from the doctor, and even ivermectin (external) and every form of lice-killing shampoo, even on body etc. I am sorry I rubbed that poison on our skin. I wish I had just tried the sulphur in the beginning. We fought the scabies for 9 months -- we have a large family and kept reinfecting.

I hope this helps.
God bless, and we will pray for you.

cheryl

(quote from my previous update here: 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. ")
Cheryl

Siloam Springs, AR

#47 Sep 12, 2012
ps, ljh ----- we had our skin scrapings examined by two experts. The second time we sent it to the university --- check to see if your local university has a department that studies these things and they will examine your sample for free.

Ours were examined twice, AFTER THE SULPHUR, and they found nothing in our samples except lint and other fabric residue. At this time we thought we still had scabies because our skin was so badly damaged we itched all the time. But really we were just itching from every little piece of lint that would imbed in our damaged skin. So we stopped sulphur, after those tests, and started putting vitamin E lotions on, very strong healing types. Then our skin healed.

hope this helps.
arron

North Vancouver, Canada

#48 Dec 2, 2012
Moz-q edibe homippatic bug repelant stops lice and scabies too!!!!!!!!
wondering

South San Francisco, CA

#49 Jul 2, 2013
I believe that scabies is every where by now a true epidemic that is impossible to kill I believe they really need to create a vaccine by now. Ive seen scabies on every single person in the past 16 years that I have ever met and I believe its full blown worldwide . I believe we are truely in our last days for this to be on every single person . With little or no awareness from most of those people. Outbreak, outbreak, outbreak!! How did this happen? Everyone believes its pimples or mosquito bites, or dry scalp, or a rash I believe itvstartes with drugs like the comment thatvtheybare tweeking and always picking at their face. Well as you know millions pf people tweek theese days but believe me people with money and that are clean and would never be accused of doing drugs have really spread it plus all the low people in low places of course. All around I think this perpetual lil demon is gone and infected the world and people are fighting back but in small cases not enough to be completely exterminated. With all this being said..I can only pray that the healer is the only healing we may ever get which is JESUS!!
Lily from California

Fountain Valley, CA

#50 Jul 20, 2013
Jeannie wrote:
-By the way Mange, this was for you. If you use the vaseline head to toe without the sulfer, the mites will begin to BITE and dig in within about an hour, all over at the same time; so don't forget the sulfer if you use the SUFFOCATION method. Vaseline and saran wrap is one of the BEST spot treatments ever! A little activity in one spot at a time is not so bad. It does work.
How do you apply the vaseline and saran wrap. Pls. explain how you do the spot treatments. Thank you, Lily
Lily from California

Fountain Valley, CA

#51 Jul 20, 2013
How do you do the spot treatments? Pls. explain how you use the vaseline and saran wrap. Thanks so much. Lily

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#52 Jul 21, 2013
Sulphur soaps and ointments have no effect on Scabies. To suggest so is a lie. You won't be cured with sulphur.

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#53 Jul 21, 2013
Will eating bag or two of oregano help too? Or do I need to get oil, they are rather expensive and Im not interested to waste lots of money on other useless herbal remedie if it isnt 100% sure cure.
oil of oregano educated

Grande Prairie, Canada

#55 Dec 21, 2013
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.
Oil of oregano is also a cleanse. The way it's meant to he taken is 14 days on than 14 days off. The reason it made you sick is because all the baf stuff it kills/cleanses is pushed through your system in order to get rid of it. This is why it's very important to stay hydrated in order to flush all this garbage oht of your system. HUGE FAN of oil of oregano. I work with people and for the first time in my life picked up scabies. Im so uneasy about it with the fact that I have a family. My son is only two. So hello oregano. I also bath once a day in mi eral salt, baking soda and about half a cup of bleach. The improvement was huge. I read one thing about using rolly tape all over and could see the eggs on it.....than I washed with my concoction again. What a process I no :/
Also spraying everything down wih a spray you can get from the phamacy and vacating for the day. Lots of laundry everyday as well.

“Analytical”

Since: Dec 13

Gateeay To Lake Berryessa

#56 Jan 6, 2014
Jeannie wrote:
-Oil of Oregano works much better for Scabies if you eat it! Place three drops under the tongue, two, to three times a day for as long as needed. This was also mentioned to me by an Herbalist, but we never got around to trying this one before we were cured. This is one of the top five herbal treatments recommended for Scabies. Taken orally over time, it will be evenly distributed by your body over time. Oils are not that effective when applied topically. The female mites and eggs are in between the last layer of skin, and the tissue. That is why you need something to inside and out. I wouldn't count on an oil as an effective topical. But using the herbs internally HAs worked for people.
1/6/14: i just had chicken/turkey vegetable soup. It had dry herb oregano. Wow, after eating it my skin started to react from it. All these mites startef to drop i guess from my head, onto my black sweatshirt. I was singing lullybyes to a baby and i dont know but i felt them releasing in my mouth. I have througjout. I reached onto my tongue and there was a roundlukin parasite like on the web and then a few mites. I took them and lukd under a magifying glass and they moved and i threw them in my little container of water and alcohol. I then started getting really bad abdomen cramps and went to the bathroom. Just cramps. My skin throughout by body and face was puffy. I felt the reaction right after eating. Now it wasnt oregano oil, just herb. The mites and paradites reacting way quicker to oregano than raw garlic whi CV h ive been eating as well. Im trying everything and anything. I believe, because of peoples chemistry, different remedies work differently. If i cud, i wud like to share some of my pics. Its become a minute by minute crazy attempts to eradicate them.
after 5 years free

Alpharetta, GA

#57 Jan 18, 2014
I have tried bleach, borax with peroxide and asprin. in bath and straight on skin.. Dont do this!!!! I have ate enough horse paste to kill a team of horses. I have slept in the pest-asides.. nix, cat shampoo.. wash sheets daily.. and noximea i have burnt my skin up. and by accident cure myself in less than one hour.. with no pain.. no burning.. just sat there and watched those things pop up and fall off. "volcanic oil/turpentine oil" now after watching this.. I remember as a child my dad used turpentine and kerosene to cure the neighbors of lice. There is Kerosene in this product. and it feels so good going on.. and I am praying there is no more biting. I sat there and thanked God.. over and over.. this is the first time I have ever seen anything help in 5 years.. OH! don't forget to rub it in your heels.. and maybe buy new shoes..
Pete

Tampa, FL

#58 Apr 1, 2014
Mrs LeMon wrote:
<quoted text>
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....
Lindane a very dangerous cream but it works... Get it if all else fails
Rose

Victoria, Canada

#59 Apr 1, 2014
I am taking MSM. Dr. Mercola said it is fine to take 6000 gr. and I must say I have real hope. No new bites today and no eggs dropping and no black specks in my bed when I awake. Wish me luck. I need something safe and ongoing as I never want these things again.
LPrr

Centerville, IA

#60 Apr 11, 2014
Rose wrote:
I am taking MSM. Dr. Mercola said it is fine to take 6000 gr. and I must say I have real hope. No new bites today and no eggs dropping and no black specks in my bed when I awake. Wish me luck. I need something safe and ongoing as I never want these things again.
ive been doing organic essential oregano oil externally and a few days internally and internal msm powder, along with my trusty seaweed wraps, and i am almost healed. The chemical meds do nothing for me, my skin is extremely sensitive to chemicals and mites..

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#61 Apr 11, 2014
LPrr wrote:
<quoted text>
ive been doing organic essential oregano oil externally and a few days internally and internal msm powder, along with my trusty seaweed wraps, and i am almost healed. The chemical meds do nothing for me, my skin is extremely sensitive to chemicals and mites..
LPrr can you elaborate on your regimen? I saw some of your posts from a while back and can't find them now, this sounds very interesting. Were you the one who mentioned you thought you might've got this from your chickens you raise? Also, did you say that you had seen things crawling underneath your skin? The reason I'm asking is because I'm trying to help someone else here who I've been communicating with privately who is having a terrible time and now believes they may not have scabies but something else and their symptoms sounded like the ones I mentioned above.
LPrr

Centerville, IA

#62 Apr 12, 2014
So sick of this wrote:
<quoted text>
LPrr can you elaborate on your regimen? I saw some of your posts from a while back and can't find them now, this sounds very interesting. Were you the one who mentioned you thought you might've got this from your chickens you raise? Also, did you say that you had seen things crawling underneath your skin? The reason I'm asking is because I'm trying to help someone else here who I've been communicating with privately who is having a terrible time and now believes they may not have scabies but something else and their symptoms sounded like the ones I mentioned above.
Yes I do raise chickens, but I had visible burrows so I believe it is scabies and not bird mites. Also , never seen a mite issue on my birds. I don't have skin crawling, especially now, I think right now I am dealing with only bartonella and most, if not all of the mites on me are long dead. I have really dry skin ever since I tried permethrin once, i think that stuff gave me dermatitis.

It's hard to write up a healing protocol since I just piled on all the natural treatments at once, and some of it might have ended up working even though it seemed to do nothing. But here is what I definitely know worked quickly...

immune boosters - echinacea pills, selenium pills, vit b12 sublingual
antiparasite- Grandma's herbs parasite cleanse (NO I DONT SELL IT), internal MSM sulphur
diet- no sugar low carb and fasting a few days in a row
bath- dead sea salt, himalayan pink salt 1 cup per bath, with lots of oil on surface and cayenne and dried clove powder and DE (make sure to shower and scrub off body right after bath because they run to the neck and ears and head after coming out in the water) would suggest do not dunk head or hair under water. But i believe this killed most of 'em.

topical - wormwood infusion (dried wormwood boiled in water to a heavy concentration of wormwood). use that to rinse skin a few times a day and leave on the rash esp when it itches.

organic oregano essential oil, take a drop under tongue every other day, and use in olive oil to rub all over skin, it has a pleasant tingle and is very antibacterial

food grade DE in neem oil, but sparingly since DE dries skin, used mainly on my healthy skin to prevent spreading mites. Also used the De in neem oil on my little girl when I saw a tiny red spot on her neck and it went away and she stopped itching after a few days of applying it.

favorite thing - a bit of chlorine tablet in a bucket of water and take a piece of nori seaweed to soak up chlorinated water, wrap nori around as much of your body as you think has issues, it will tighten up a lot. it is like a bandage and can possibly cut off circulation a bit so be careful on tightness. it will dry hard and fuse to skin like glue. Once it does that you can sleep with it wrapped on. apply water to easily get it off. this was very soothing and anti itch and afterwards I saw a ton of bites that were invisible b4 turn dark brown and dead looking and the rash literally peeled off in a few days. Don't prematurely peel the dead skin off, let it come off naturally. Seaweed wrap took all of the redness and swelling out of my hands immediately and it never came back. After that, I think the properties of the seaweed and the pressure it applied to the rash finally allowed my immune system to target the infected area.

boost immune system - do NOT scratch skin or use drying products that will cause skin cracking - vigilantly apply topicals and take lots of the herbal pills and internal msm daily- seaweed wraps have no bad effects at all, so do daily or many times per day

I am using houttuniya, moringa along with samento cumanda and banderol to target /treat bartonella or any bacterial infections that one can get from scabies. Only dealing with stiffness and pain in hand instead of crawling and bites, and slow healing of cracked skin, but i think the mites are gone from the above regimen.
LPrr

Centerville, IA

#63 Apr 12, 2014
So sick of this wrote:
<quoted text>
LPrr can you elaborate on your regimen? I saw some of your posts from a while back and can't find them now, this sounds very interesting. Were you the one who mentioned you thought you might've got this from your chickens you raise? Also, did you say that you had seen things crawling underneath your skin? The reason I'm asking is because I'm trying to help someone else here who I've been communicating with privately who is having a terrible time and now believes they may not have scabies but something else and their symptoms sounded like the ones I mentioned above.
Yes I do raise chickens, but I had visible burrows so I believe it was scabies and not bird mites. Also, never seen a mite issue on my birds. Got the rash first when pregnant and it did not visibly spread until a year after when i started to kill them with topicals, they went to both hands and wrists and stopped there. I don't have skin crawling, especially now, I think right now I am dealing with bartonella/bacterial infection and most, if not all of the mites are long dead. I have really dry skin ever since I tried permethrin once, i think that stuff gave me dermatitis.
It's hard to write up a healing protocol since I just piled on all the natural treatments at once, and some of it might have ended up working even though it seemed to do nothing. But here is what I definitely know worked quickly...
LPrr

Centerville, IA

#64 Apr 12, 2014
sorry for double post- i needed to add notes.
immune boosters - echinacea pills, selenium pills, vit b12 sublingual
antiparasite- Grandma's herbs parasite cleanse (NO I DONT SELL IT), internal MSM sulphur
diet- no sugar low carb and fasting a few days in a row
bath- dead sea salt, himalayan pink salt 1 cup per bath, with lots of oil on surface and cayenne and dried clove powder and DE (make sure to shower and scrub off body right after bath because they run to the neck and ears and head after coming out in the water) I would suggest do not dunk head or hair under water. But i believe this killed most of 'em after bathing every 3rd day with heavy salt and cayenne. Side note- salt baths also takes off a lot of cellulite and detoxes your skin~ dust scalp and neck and areas that they might have hitched on from the bath with fg DE after the shower to prevent spreading them or reinfecting, leave the DE on. mites won't crawl on it. don't do daily because DE dries skin.
topical - wormwood infusion (dried wormwood boiled in water to a heavy concentration of wormwood). use that to rinse skin a few times a day and leave on the rash esp when it itches.
organic oregano essential oil, take a drop under tongue every other day, and use in olive oil to rub all over skin, it has a pleasant tingle and is very antibacterial
food grade DE in neem oil, but sparingly since DE dries skin, used mainly on my healthy skin to prevent spreading mites. Also used the De in neem oil on my little girl when I saw a tiny red spot on her neck and it went away and she stopped itching after a few days of applying it.
favorite thing - a bit of chlorine tablet in a bucket of water and take a piece of nori seaweed to soak up chlorinated water, wrap nori around as much of your body as you think has issues, it will tighten up a lot. it is like a bandage and can possibly cut off circulation a bit so be careful on tightness. it will dry hard and fuse to skin like glue. Once it does that you can sleep with it wrapped on. apply water to easily get it off. this was very soothing and anti itch and afterwards I saw a ton of bites that were invisible b4 turn dark brown and dead looking and the rash literally peeled off in a few days. Don't prematurely peel the dead skin off, let it come off naturally. Seaweed wrap took all of the redness and swelling out of my hands immediately and it never came back. After that, I think the properties of the seaweed and the pressure it applied to the rash finally allowed my immune system to target the infected area.
boost immune system - do NOT scratch skin or use drying products that will cause skin cracking - vigilantly apply topicals and take lots of the herbal pills and internal msm daily- seaweed wraps have no bad effects at all, so do daily or many times per day
I am using houttuniya, moringa along with samento cumanda and banderol to target /treat bartonella or any bacterial infections that one can get from scabies. Only dealing with stiffness and pain in hand instead of crawling and bites, and slow healing of cracked skin, but i think the mites are gone from the above regimen.

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#65 Apr 13, 2014
LPrr wrote:
sorry for double post- i needed to add notes.
immune boosters - echinacea pills, selenium pills, vit b12 sublingual
antiparasite- Grandma's herbs parasite cleanse (NO I DONT SELL IT), internal MSM sulphur
diet- no sugar low carb and fasting a few days in a row
bath- dead sea salt, himalayan pink salt 1 cup per bath, with lots of oil on surface and cayenne and dried clove powder and DE (make sure to shower and scrub off body right after bath because they run to the neck and ears and head after coming out in the water) I would suggest do not dunk head or hair under water. But i believe this killed most of 'em after bathing every 3rd day with heavy salt and cayenne. Side note- salt baths also takes off a lot of cellulite and detoxes your skin~ dust scalp and neck and areas that they might have hitched on from the bath with fg DE after the shower to prevent spreading them or reinfecting, leave the DE on. mites won't crawl on it. don't do daily because DE dries skin.
topical - wormwood infusion (dried wormwood boiled in water to a heavy concentration of wormwood). use that to rinse skin a few times a day and leave on the rash esp when it itches.
organic oregano essential oil, take a drop under tongue every other day, and use in olive oil to rub all over skin, it has a pleasant tingle and is very antibacterial
food grade DE in neem oil, but sparingly since DE dries skin, used mainly on my healthy skin to prevent spreading mites. Also used the De in neem oil on my little girl when I saw a tiny red spot on her neck and it went away and she stopped itching after a few days of applying it.
favorite thing - a bit of chlorine tablet in a bucket of water and take a piece of nori seaweed to soak up chlorinated water, wrap nori around as much of your body as you think has issues, it will tighten up a lot. it is like a bandage and can possibly cut off circulation a bit so be careful on tightness. it will dry hard and fuse to skin like glue. Once it does that you can sleep with it wrapped on. apply water to easily get it off. this was very soothing and anti itch and afterwards I saw a ton of bites that were invisible b4 turn dark brown and dead looking and the rash literally peeled off in a few days. Don't prematurely peel the dead skin off, let it come off naturally. Seaweed wrap took all of the redness and swelling out of my hands immediately and it never came back. After that, I think the properties of the seaweed and the pressure it applied to the rash finally allowed my immune system to target the infected area.
boost immune system - do NOT scratch skin or use drying products that will cause skin cracking - vigilantly apply topicals and take lots of the herbal pills and internal msm daily- seaweed wraps have no bad effects at all, so do daily or many times per day
I am using houttuniya, moringa along with samento cumanda and banderol to target /treat bartonella or any bacterial infections that one can get from scabies. Only dealing with stiffness and pain in hand instead of crawling and bites, and slow healing of cracked skin, but i think the mites are gone from the above regimen.
Thank you for elaborating more, where do you get Nori Seaweed?
LPrr

Centerville, IA

#66 Apr 13, 2014
got mine on Amazon - any Organic Raw Nori sheets should work. This brand i use is harvested from Japan:
Navitas Naturals Organic Raw Nori Sheets, 10 Count, 0.9 Ounce Navitas Naturals Organic Raw Nori Sheets - also easily found in food shops

Since I have gotten many brands of these products and some are just meh, so here are brand reccos:
Seitenbacher Dead Sea Salt Organic (edible and very tasty)
(dead sea salt is expensive and there are lots of rip off brands)
SF Salt Co. gourmet himalayan pink salt x-fine 10 pounds for $23 http://www.sfbsc.com (also edible and tasty)
Essential Oil-Oregano (Organic) Aura Cacia .25 oz

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