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Miki_J

Somerville, MA

#201 Jan 24, 2013
lotus_fan wrote:
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Thanks for your wisdom. Someone said I should write a book. Well I have already posted a book. It has four components and they should be done together for full recovery, however you can still make great strides if you can't get the far infrared yet. If you read all the posts I made today there is your book on how to exactly recover. Take notes on today's posts on this thread. I'm changing fields and going into health and wellness.
If people read what I've posted today,22 jan 2013 here they will recover.
If you don't do it in some lame way, all the parts work together.
I won't be returning any messages. I won't be returning to this forum in any way at any time under any name. I did what was right and made the effort all the information is here.
Either use it or don't, I'm moving on.
You see gene-ette you need to be here, I don't.
Fred , Lotus Fan - I have been your close follower over the last years' forums. Thanks for great ideas and never-ending energy ! Would you consider returning to homeopathy and adding it as #5 for your Morg Health guidance...? Since cell detox is an important aspect , Homeo Cell salts could be a natural addition to your protocol - and to engage a "vital force" as fathers of homeopathy told us..

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#202 Jan 24, 2013
Miki_J wrote:
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Fred , Lotus Fan - I have been your close follower over the last years' forums. Thanks for great ideas and never-ending energy ! Would you consider returning to homeopathy and adding it as #5 for your Morg Health guidance...? Since cell detox is an important aspect , Homeo Cell salts could be a natural addition to your protocol - and to engage a "vital force" as fathers of homeopathy told us..
I will make this one last post so everyone can be clear about my position on Homeopathy. Hanaman wrote six versions of the Organon. The last edition of the Organon is 200 years old and is based on symptom observation. In Homeopathy there is "symptom picture" and "modality". There is incredible science and mechanism of action shown in the Arndt-Shultz laws application but it isn't truly understood by anyone.

Everything I've posted in this protocol is founded in substantiated science. The mechanisms of action in homeopathy have not been investigated in any true science setting and the Homeopaths are just guessing at best how it works. There are infinitely superior ways to stimulate the immune system. In fact my protocol will deliver super health. I suggest you read post #180.

For anyone on this planet considering homeopathy I would say simply, Don't do it. You might as well be driving blind.

Since: Jan 13

Brooklyn, NY

#203 Jan 24, 2013
Just a little info on the FIR heating products. The Far Infrared Shop is not taking orders. The Far Infrared Store has a pad for $240, but it is ceramic. There are bunches of spas in NYC w FIR ceramic saunas, btw $25 & $40/session.
Cured_Not, what is your plan to get far infrared treatment?
Gene-ette

Since: Jan 13

Rouses Point, New York

#204 Jan 24, 2013
I am ordering one tomorrow. I'm sure there may be a place to get treatments but too far for me to travel. I have a few places to check out. I will be ordering mine tomorrow.
I will get the one that is fastest to arrive and Fred gave me a link for one 100. cheaper.
Do you get treatments?

Since: Jan 13

Brooklyn, NY

#205 Jan 25, 2013
Cured_not,
Are you purchasing a ceramic? Sunny Jung is not taking orders. I couldn't find any other place to buy the carbon fiber.
I read about a spa in Buffalo.
I've never been in a FIR sauna. They are all ceramic here in NYC.
Coincidentally, I need a new heating pad. I am very physically active and currently have an injury. The pad would be great. Pricey, though.
Gene-ette
FRED

Denver, CO

#207 Jan 25, 2013
FRED

Denver, CO

#208 Jan 25, 2013
This is why it is so important to start drinking the raspberry smoothie. I can not emphasize just how important it is.

I felt I would put together a concise version of what Ive found and how I feel it is the missing piece to the morgellons puzzle. My goal is also to have a concise controlled study done with biopsies done monitoring the presence of genes encoded by the Agrobacterium chromosome after therapy with ellagic acid combined with H2o2 over time. Since i do not have my own laboratory I am trying to enlist the aid of some high level researchers to do this.

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/agrobacteriumAndMorge...

"Skin biopsy samples from Morgellons patients were subjected to high-stringency polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests for genes encoded by the Agrobacterium chromosome and also for Agrobacterium virulence (vir) genes and T-DNA on its Ti plasmid. They found that “all Morgellons patients screened to date have tested positive for the presence of Agrobacterium, whereas this microorganism has not been detected in any of the samples derived from the control, healthy individuals.”

The first time I heard of the red wine test was from a Clifford Carnicom video in which he says, "we're not sure how it works but we think it is the antioxidents" I cannot locate this and I didn't save it however I did find his description of a test using red wine and h202.

http://carnicom.com/morgobs7.htm

And here is the "red wine test"



As you can see this really just annihilates the morgellons growth.

I thought about this and decided I needed to find out what was in red wine.

http://drmarkcrapo.typepad.com/dr_marks_web_b...

"Red wines are rich in polyphenols, in particular epicatechin gallate, also found in green tea, and ellagic acid, which is found in many fruits"

Trying to better understand the mechanism of action, and now in combination with oxygen therapy.

I found these;

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3697951

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/...

http://jnci.oxfordjournals.org/content/91/3/2...

"notably ellagic acid, has been identified that react facilely with BPDE and thereby block the mutagenicity of BPDE in vitro(42)."

The sciencedirect.com link above I found noteworthy because of the immunity issues expressed in this video by Clifford Carnicom.
And since ellagic acid is broad spectrum.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

At 20:40 they start talking about the immune system implications.

The other thing that I found noteworthy is how they are saying that vitamin C has some positive effect at 23:50 in the video. I found that Vitamin C actually goes through a series of chemical reactions to produce H2o2 in the body.

http://acam.typepad.com/blog/2010/08/vitamin-...

I found that raspberries are a food source rich in ellagic acid.

if you took the time to actually read the progression and the links and the conclusions I have come to then you will see just how important this is. I am only trying to complete the parts of the protocol that I left out during my original posting. I have no intention of having a continuing dialogue on this forum.
FRED

Denver, CO

#209 Jan 27, 2013
I don't know if I've already posted these links showing the power of the Raspberry smoothie, read Ellagic acid, in labratory conditions but they are very worth reading.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3697951

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/...

http://jnci.oxfordjournals.org/content/91/3/2...

Also doing this protocol you will have an initial Herx, after that subsides, around day 10 say, then add an additional raspberry smoothie in the evening.

Since the MPS far infrared pads are a long time for delivery then I've found this company.

http://www.promolife.com/cart/far-infrared-th...
FRED

Denver, CO

#210 Jan 27, 2013
I don't feel I can do anything else ,It is up to the people here to take the ball and run with it

FRED out.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#211 Jan 27, 2013
Could be Malassezia Yeast... I just found this and I'm going to stop with all the oils and go for the anti-fungals from now on:

http://malassezia-yeast-mystory.blogspot.com....
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#213 Jan 28, 2013
FRED wrote:
The first time I heard of the red wine test was from a Clifford Carnicom video in which he says, "we're not sure how it works but we think it is the antioxidents" I cannot locate this and I didn't save it however I did find his description of a test using red wine and h202.
http://carnicom.com/morgobs7.htm
And here is the "red wine test"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =usp962NKLboXX
As you can see this really just annihilates the morgellons growth.
I thought about this and decided I needed to find out what was in red wine.
This test on youtube was very unscientific. Where is the 'control' such as pouring a glass of the same wine through a funnel of filter paper to check for natural grape-skin fibres/sediment in the wine? It does not follow even the most basic requirement of the scientific method of application.

Red wine is well known as a natural astringent and it would not be uncommon to see such a breakdown of grape-skin and perhaps a few shed human skin cells from the inner cheeks.
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#214 Jan 28, 2013
FRED wrote:
I don't know if I've already posted these links showing the power of the Raspberry smoothie, read Ellagic acid, in labratory conditions but they are very worth reading.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3697951
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/...
http://jnci.oxfordjournals.org/content/91/3/2...
Also doing this protocol you will have an initial Herx, after that subsides, around day 10 say, then add an additional raspberry smoothie in the evening.
Since the MPS far infrared pads are a long time for delivery then I've found this company.
http://www.promolife.com/cart/far-infrared-th...
How much ellagic acid is required for a therapeutic dose in the average adult, and how much is present in this method?

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#215 Jan 28, 2013
Rasberries are the highest in B3 which kills yeast/fungus. You should really look at Malassezia yeast as the cause of Morgellons/drug resistant parasites:

Researchers have found that vitamin B3 could treat drug resistant fungal infections that attack individuals with compromised immunity and can lead to death. Fungal infections that include Candida albicans and Aspergillus fumigatus have become resistant to current treatments. Researchers from Montreal have discovered that vitamin B3 has broad antifungal properties.

Patients with compromised immune systems include those with HIV, receiving chemotherapy and organ transplant recipients. Vitamin B3 in the form nicotinamide was studied in mice and found to have strong properties for inhibiting the growth of C. albicans, a form of yeast infection.

Vitamin B3 worked against the C. albicans enzyme, known as Hst3 that is essential to the growth and survival of the yeast infection and also limited the growth of Aspergillus fumigatus. Nicotinamide also restricted the growth of Aspergillus, a fungal infection that can cause severe allergic reaction and death for patients with lowered immunity.

Vitamin B3 was equally effective for reducing the growth of both normal and drug resistant fungal infections, making it a potential new approach for treatment for common hospital acquired infection that occurs in patients whose immune systems are compromised. Diabetics are also susceptible to yeast infections.

Martine Raymond, a professor at the University of Montreal Department of Biochemistry explains, "There is an urgent need to develop new therapies to kill C. albicans because it is one of the leading causes of hospital-acquired infections and is associated with high mortality rates."

The yeast infection Candida albicans is an opportunistic infection that takes over when immunity becomes compromised but is present normally in the body. When yeast infection enters the bloodstream it can lead to death. According to the New England Journal of Medicine
book review,“Aspergillus fumigatus and Aspergillosis", the fungus “has emerged as one of the most common and most feared opportunistic infections in immunocompromised patients”, making the findings that vitamin B3 could treat fungal infections important the timely.

Raymond says the findings that vitamin B3 could treat drug resistant fungal infections are “exciting” because it means fewer side effects for patients. Finding new therapies to treat infection has become a focus from researchers. The Montreal researchers have discovered that Vitamin B3 in the form of nicotinamide could be developed to treat normal and drug resistant fungal infections.

Nature Medicine 16 774–780 (2010) doi:10.1038/nm.2175

Since: Jan 13

Rouses Point, New York

#216 Jan 31, 2013
Thank Fred. You have gotten a lot of b s , glad you keep on moving through alms teaching us. You really should write a book. I'm with you. Thanks for teaching me.
I'm getting better because of you.
nicole

Hamburg, MN

#217 Feb 3, 2013
I am looking for Morgellons patients interested in helping me with my study. I am a Microscopist seeking anomalous fibers, crystals, parasites, and the like to study the various ways that this disease physically expresses itself in the body. I will be compiling a photo database as well as study the anatomy, physiology, and chemical make up of these artifacts that are produced in and on the bodies of infected people. To contact me further my email is pine.nicole@yahoo.com I am not an expert but I am familiar with the disease and its many various symptoms. You are not alone don't give up. Stay strong. Thank you. Nicole
FRED

Denver, CO

#218 Feb 4, 2013
nicole wrote:
I am looking for Morgellons patients interested in helping me with my study. I am a Microscopist seeking anomalous fibers, crystals, parasites, and the like to study the various ways that this disease physically expresses itself in the body. I will be compiling a photo database as well as study the anatomy, physiology, and chemical make up of these artifacts that are produced in and on the bodies of infected people. To contact me further my email is pine.nicole@yahoo.com I am not an expert but I am familiar with the disease and its many various symptoms. You are not alone don't give up. Stay strong. Thank you. Nicole
A microscopist? Is their a degree for that?

Anyone who wants me to send them a word file containing everything you need to know about how to go about treating morgellons then message me at lotus fan and then give me your email and I will send it to you. This is not the junk you find on the web. It is state of the art and scientifically substantiated.

Since: Jan 13

Rouses Point, New York

#219 Feb 4, 2013
Raspberry smoothies are great. Spinach and cilantro salads are yummy.
Thank you Fred for showing me a way without poisons.
After all the poisons are still not working and you red re answers,
come back and read Fred's posts. Oh and remember,you will need to detox
all the other stuff we tried out too. I have said it before, detoxing is not fun
either and all the crap doesn't feel good coming out. But Fred's protocol
is working, and I am seeing results.
Thank you Fred, so much.
Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#221 Feb 6, 2013
Here is an article on new information relating to Morgellons,

Evidence Mounting that Morgellons Disease is an Emerging Infectious Illness, Contrary to CDC Report
Latest Scientific Findings Announced by The Charles E. Holman Foundation Show that a Spirochete is Associated with Controversial Disease

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/2/prweb104...
FRED

Denver, CO

#222 Feb 7, 2013
Virtual Scabies wrote:
Here is an article on new information relating to Morgellons,
Evidence Mounting that Morgellons Disease is an Emerging Infectious Illness, Contrary to CDC Report
Latest Scientific Findings Announced by The Charles E. Holman Foundation Show that a Spirochete is Associated with Controversial Disease
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/2/prweb104...
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho Identified the exact spirochete 5 Years ago, they are 5 years behind the curve. I sent all this information to Eva Sapi , a geneticist with the Charles Holman foundation. She thanked me for my info and also said that my use of ellagic acid to combat morgellons was a great idea.

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/agrobacteriumAndMorge...

If anyone wants a comprehensive word file on how to recover from this infection then message me at Lotus fan and give me you email and I will send it.
Faerie with Ooglies

Brisbane, Australia

#223 Feb 7, 2013
FRED said. "I have no intention of having a continuing dialogue on this forum."

Thank fk for that.

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