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FRED

Denver, CO

#23 Jun 8, 2012
FRED

Denver, CO

#24 Jun 8, 2012
7 June,2012
For the people who get Homeopathy I found another homeopathic remedy called staphysagria and then ran across this combination product..

http://healthyherbalwellbeing.blogspot.com/20 ...

this form the above link;

"Scabies rash is very itchy and frustrating and it helps to know that there are natural treatments to bring relief from this pesky problem. The homeopathic ingredient Psorinum, which is actually derived from scabies, is excellent at soothing itchy skin and mite related skin irritation.
The homeopathic remedy Staphisagria is commonly used externally to treat itchy skin and parasites and is also said to be fatal to the itch mite which causes scabies. Lastly, Viola tri is an excellent remedy for intolerable itching and other skin complaints so often associated with mite rashes and skin reactions."

I also found this homeopathic combination called
scab-ease which has an interesting combination of ingredients.

"Scab-Ease Itch Relief is a 100% homeopathic formula and contains the following ingredients in therapeutic dosage: Citricidal extract, Psor (12C), Staphysag (12C), Viola tric (12C), Staphysag (12C).

Psorinum (12C) acts mainly on the skin, as well as skin issues that suppurate easily, and may be aggravated by heat, a warm bed, being overdressed, and physical exertion.
Staphisagria (12C) was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans and was used traditionally to address bites and symptoms thereof.
Viola tri (12C) is homeopathically used to address itching that seems intolerable, and scabs that may crack.
Citricidal Extract (inactive ingredient)"

Here is the link for Scab-Ease;

http://www.nativeremedies.com/products/scabea ...

There is a ton of info on Staphisagria and scabies to google and read.
FRED

Denver, CO

#25 Jun 8, 2012
June 8, 2012

ABC homeopathy is a pretty good site for info and under the indications for staphysagria there is this listed fro skin;

"skin; out-breaks on skin; pus-filled pimples;
skin; pain; gnawing, biting; eating at skin;
skin; pain; stinging;
skin; itching;"

http://abchomeopathy.com/r.php/Staph

In post #375 there is more information about Staphysagria and it's use in combination with psorinum.

Classical homeopaths mixed much more superstition into Homeopathy because of its early origins. The phenomenon of the remedy was invented By Hahnemann and in those early times they needed to put it in a framework that they could understand. Contemporary Homeopaths tend to look for scientific support and explanation for why Homeopathy works. Since the insights of the modern day weren't available to the classical founders of homeopathy a great body of work was created that had a certain "spiritual" side to it and the remedies were more directed at the individuals spiritual constitution. Contemporary homeopaths tend less to emphasize the individual constitution and more to addressing the disease energy with a like energy that will stimulate the vital force.

My intention from the point I started taking the psorinum was to take it for 6 weeks. My 3 week point will be tomorrow. I found the Staphysagria in 30c potency(Boiron) at my local Vitamin cottage. Starting Tomorrow I will take 1 pellet of Staphysagria at 6 a.m. and then the nightly dose of Psorinum at 6 p.m. for another 3 weeks. The staphysagria is a BB sized pellet and the psorinum from elixirs is the smaller poppy sized pellets(3 pellets per dose). That's why I'm just using 1 of the Staphysagria.

Since: Feb 12

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#26 Jun 8, 2012
FRED wrote:
June 8, 2012

ABC homeopathy is a pretty good site for info and under the indications for staphysagria there is this listed fro skin;

"skin; out-breaks on skin; pus-filled pimples;
skin; pain; gnawing, biting; eating at skin;
skin; pain; stinging;
skin; itching;"

http://abchomeopathy.com/r.php/Staph

In post #375 there is more information about Staphysagria and it's use in combination with psorinum.

Classical homeopaths mixed much more superstition into Homeopathy because of its early origins. The phenomenon of the remedy was invented By Hahnemann and in those early times they needed to put it in a framework that they could understand. Contemporary Homeopaths tend to look for scientific support and explanation for why Homeopathy works. Since the insights of the modern day weren't available to the classical founders of homeopathy a great body of work was created that had a certain "spiritual" side to it and the remedies were more directed at the individuals spiritual constitution. Contemporary homeopaths tend less to emphasize the individual constitution and more to addressing the disease energy with a like energy that will stimulate the vital force.

My intention from the point I started taking the psorinum was to take it for 6 weeks. My 3 week point will be tomorrow. I found the Staphysagria in 30c potency(Boiron) at my local Vitamin cottage. Starting Tomorrow I will take 1 pellet of Staphysagria at 6 a.m. and then the nightly dose of Psorinum at 6 p.m. for another 3 weeks. The staphysagria is a BB sized pellet and the psorinum from elixirs is the smaller poppy sized pellets(3 pellets per dose). That's why I'm just using 1 of the Staphysagria.
Thank you Fred. This thread is cleaner and easier to read. I am on day 12 of the Psorinum 30c. For the first time in years I have a significant reduction in symptoms. So far I'm thrilled.
Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#27 Jun 8, 2012
If you want to cure yourself of scabies, look for the following threads on this forum. This forum has a search engine that searches for key words in titles of all threads on this forum.

I am Cured

Imidacloprid

Scabies is Highly Contagious

DMSO

MMS

Bleach

rubbing alcohol

Ethyl Alcohol

Lindane

Benzyl Benzoate

Benzemul

Sulphur

Ivermectin

Permethrin

Poor Man's Protocol.

Essential Oils

Clove Oil

Diatomaceous Earth

Arm and Hammer Laundry Detergent

Borax

Hydrogen Peroxide

Laundry and Cleaning

Treating Car, Vehicle, environment

birdmites

morgellons

Vitamin d, magnesium, calcium, euchanasia, vitamin c, b vitamins.

sublimed sulfur

Pomada de azufre

and one more time IVERMECTIN

Search for threads created in 2006, 2007, and 2008. This was the time period where most people posting were true scabies sufferers and not children playing around on forums.

Homeopathy is suspect and not yet confirmed as a scabies cure. The ingredients in these placebos are minute and insignificant.

This is the 3rd thread which has been created by poster Denver regarding homeopathy remedies. Portions of the first two threads created by poster Denver were deleted by the Administrators of the Topix website. Although the links posted by Denver are interesting, the information within these links does not confirm a scabies cure. You would have to search long and hard to find a cure with homeopathy. Homeopathy has become more popular lately, but I personally believe that you are dealing with something that does NOT cure.

Some of the follower posters on her threads are also suspect of being trolls or aliases of Denver.

It gets frustrating to see the Off Topic judge every time a new poster posts something. It is like this; if you donít agree with poster Denver, you are basically stupid, dumb, slow, lying, have nothing to contribute. Surely she is smart enough to know that whatever anyone wants to say is a help to this forum. They are not all nuts, clueless, or off topic. This is what a forum is all about. You will have those who disagree and you will have followers. I am not a follower of popping 5 different low ingredient homeopathic remedies, which contain less than .005 of the original ingredient.
FRED

Denver, CO

#29 Jun 8, 2012
I found this at my local vitamin cottage for $6

http://www.amazon.com/Boiron-Staphysagria-30/...
FRED

Denver, CO

#30 Jun 8, 2012
The Staphysagria PDF skipping the intermediate link;

http://www.jurj.ro/articole/eng/word/STAPHiSA...
FRED

Denver, CO

#31 Jun 8, 2012
This is from the article on Staphysagria in the above post.

"SKIN - ERUPTIONS - scabies - suppressed - mercury and sulphur; by

Although they seem dated, these indications may still be important if we remember the ailments that appear in the patients after suppressive conventional treatments. Here, especially in the case of ailments which appear after a dermatological suppressive treatment, Staphisagria is an essential remedy, as much as Nux vomica."

Since: Mar 12

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#32 Jun 8, 2012
sweetkitten wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you Fred. This thread is cleaner and easier to read. I am on day 12 of the Psorinum 30c. For the first time in years I have a significant reduction in symptoms. So far I'm thrilled.
Great sweetkitten! So happy for you dearie!
Ours finally came in... so we are waiting a few days until starting.
We stopped the sulfur/arsnicum album last night ...so ready for the next phase.
Thanks for the new thread and Staphysagria info - Fred!
Going to see if our health food store has it today.
If not will order online.

Since: Mar 12

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#33 Jun 8, 2012
FRED" June 8, 2012

"My intention from the point I started taking the psorinum was to take it for 6 weeks. My 3 week point will be tomorrow. I found the Staphysagria in 30c potency(Boiron) at my local Vitamin cottage. Starting Tomorrow I will take 1 pellet of Staphysagria at 6 a.m. and then the nightly dose of Psorinum at 6 p.m. for another 3 weeks. The staphysagria is a BB sized pellet and the psorinum from elixirs is the smaller poppy sized pellets(3 pellets per dose). That's why I'm just using 1 of the Staphysagria."
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Just to make this clear...
You are still using these 2 ...diluted in water?

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#34 Jun 8, 2012
fightingheretoo wrote:
FRED" June 8, 2012
"My intention from the point I started taking the psorinum was to take it for 6 weeks. My 3 week point will be tomorrow. I found the Staphysagria in 30c potency(Boiron) at my local Vitamin cottage. Starting Tomorrow I will take 1 pellet of Staphysagria at 6 a.m. and then the nightly dose of Psorinum at 6 p.m. for another 3 weeks. The staphysagria is a BB sized pellet and the psorinum from elixirs is the smaller poppy sized pellets(3 pellets per dose). That's why I'm just using 1 of the Staphysagria."
-----
Just to make this clear...
You are still using these 2 ...diluted in water?
I'm glad you asked , no . I gave it a bunch of thought and tried to put everything I read so far into context and have gone back to the putting the pellets under the tongue. Many homeopaths say the water dose is the way to go and present good supporting cases but those are all "classical" homeopaths who tend to follow the teachings of Hahnemann, To be in strict accordance with "less is more". Hahnemann was of the opinion that a water dose is gentler and acts on a deeper level. My original Homeopath was a classical homeopath , most of the schools teach classical homeopathy.
The water dose lends itself to losing some potency and being contaminated. The new manufacturing methods used by homeopathic remedies manufacturers is a type of magnetic separation device, They don't sit around all day and shake bottles at Bioron or Hylands. After realizing that there are classical homeopaths and contemporary homeopaths and seeing the difference as the contemporary homeopaths being more inclined to adhere to the law of similars and less to the personal constitution. The contemporary homeopaths offer scientific evidence to support the phenomena of homeopathy and I am more inclined to follow that.

I feel the dry pellet dose is consistent, has less chance of dissipating the dose from outside influences and less chance of polluting it. I use tweezers to remove the pellets from the containers, except the boiron one which is a clever design to despense 1.

I don't have to worry if the dose went bad either of if the water is clean or if I touched the dropper on my tongue and I actually feel the dose better.

It's a learning curve.
FRED

Denver, CO

#35 Jun 8, 2012
fightingheretoo wrote:
FRED" June 8, 2012
"My intention from the point I started taking the psorinum was to take it for 6 weeks. My 3 week point will be tomorrow. I found the Staphysagria in 30c potency(Boiron) at my local Vitamin cottage. Starting Tomorrow I will take 1 pellet of Staphysagria at 6 a.m. and then the nightly dose of Psorinum at 6 p.m. for another 3 weeks. The staphysagria is a BB sized pellet and the psorinum from elixirs is the smaller poppy sized pellets(3 pellets per dose). That's why I'm just using 1 of the Staphysagria."
-----

Just to make this clear...
You are still using these 2 ...diluted in water?
Oops, gotta make sure I only post as "fred" don't want a repeat of the previous debacle.

I'm glad you asked , no . I gave it a bunch of thought and tried to put everything I read so far into context and have gone back to the putting the pellets under the tongue. Many homeopaths say the water dose is the way to go and present good supporting cases but those are all "classical" homeopaths who tend to follow the teachings of Hahnemann, To be in strict accordance with "less is more". Hahnemann was of the opinion that a water dose is gentler and acts on a deeper level. My original Homeopath was a classical homeopath , most of the schools teach classical homeopathy.
The water dose lends itself to losing some potency and being contaminated. The new manufacturing methods used by homeopathic remedies manufacturers is a type of magnetic separation device, They don't sit around all day and shake bottles at Bioron or Hylands. After realizing that there are classical homeopaths and contemporary homeopaths and seeing the difference as the contemporary homeopaths being more inclined to adhere to the law of similars and less to the personal constitution. The contemporary homeopaths offer scientific evidence to support the phenomena of homeopathy and I am more inclined to follow that.

I feel the dry pellet dose is consistent, has less chance of dissipating the dose from outside influences and less chance of polluting it. I use tweezers to remove the pellets from the containers, except the boiron one which is a clever design to despense 1.

I don't have to worry if the dose went bad either of if the water is clean or if I touched the dropper on my tongue and I actually feel the dose better.

It's a learning curve.
FRED

Denver, CO

#36 Jun 8, 2012
This was just added to the elixirs site and has a lot of good info on how to adjust your personal dose.

http://www.elixirs.com/newsletter/assessment....
lmcc

Modesto, CA

#37 Jun 8, 2012
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
Oops, gotta make sure I only post as "fred" don't want a repeat of the previous debacle.
I'm glad you asked , no . I gave it a bunch of thought and tried to put everything I read so far into context and have gone back to the putting the pellets under the tongue. Many homeopaths say the water dose is the way to go and present good supporting cases but those are all "classical" homeopaths who tend to follow the teachings of Hahnemann, To be in strict accordance with "less is more". Hahnemann was of the opinion that a water dose is gentler and acts on a deeper level. My original Homeopath was a classical homeopath , most of the schools teach classical homeopathy.
The water dose lends itself to losing some potency and being contaminated. The new manufacturing methods used by homeopathic remedies manufacturers is a type of magnetic separation device, They don't sit around all day and shake bottles at Bioron or Hylands. After realizing that there are classical homeopaths and contemporary homeopaths and seeing the difference as the contemporary homeopaths being more inclined to adhere to the law of similars and less to the personal constitution. The contemporary homeopaths offer scientific evidence to support the phenomena of homeopathy and I am more inclined to follow that.
I feel the dry pellet dose is consistent, has less chance of dissipating the dose from outside influences and less chance of polluting it. I use tweezers to remove the pellets from the containers, except the boiron one which is a clever design to despense 1.
I don't have to worry if the dose went bad either of if the water is clean or if I touched the dropper on my tongue and I actually feel the dose better.
It's a learning curve.
.......
Hi fred,
So, you say you are using the dry pellets now.
How many are you using under the tongue
for each dose > of the psoinum?
Is that still once a day?
Thanks for your help.
I very glad to have this information posted again.
THANK YOU.
lmcc
lmcc

Modesto, CA

#38 Jun 8, 2012
Hi fred,
So, you say you are using the dry pellets now.
How many are you using under the tongue
for each dose > of the psoinum?
Is that still once a day?
Thanks for your help.
I very glad to have this information posted again.
THANK YOU.
lmcc
..........
Sorry: I spelled psorinum wrong above.
FRED

Denver, CO

#39 Jun 8, 2012
I'm using 3 of the small psorinum 30 pellets under the tongue once a day at 6p.m. but your dosing needs to be modified based on your own results. you want to make gradual adjustments and you want to keep making progress so if you hit a plateu you'll need to adjust. if you continue to make gentle and steady progress then stay with that dose. This link has some great info for adjusting the personal dose.

http://www.elixirs.com/newsletter/assessment....

I don't think I could get far in a spelling bee myself.

Since: Feb 12

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#40 Jun 8, 2012
Well I've had a terrible headache all day so I'm not going to take my next dose of Psorinum 30c. I am happy to report that I don't have any crawling or biting for the past two days. I hope it stays that way. Is anyone else two weeks into the Psorinum? If so, what are your symptoms and side effects now?
FRED

Denver, CO

#41 Jun 9, 2012
sweetkitten wrote:
Well I've had a terrible headache all day so I'm not going to take my next dose of Psorinum 30c. I am happy to report that I don't have any crawling or biting for the past two days. I hope it stays that way. Is anyone else two weeks into the Psorinum? If so, what are your symptoms and side effects now?
Well i'm 3 weeks in and the headaches go along with it, one thing you don't want to do is abruptly stop so maybe you should take a half dose next. You want every adjustment to be gradual and you should be able to feel something. It's effects can be cumulative. drink plenty of water while you're dosing. Did you see the personal dosing guidelines I posted above? This is good to print out if you can. If you stop feeling anything when you skip a dose you can take a partial one to carry you over till the next.If you are gradually improving then stick with that dose until you haven't had any symptoms for a few weeks then slowly reduce the dose to see if you're completely past it, if any symptoms return you'll have to go back to what you were doing for a while. Each dosing regime should be taylored to the persons own response to the remedey.

http://www.elixirs.com/newsletter/assessment....

Also please check out the info posted above about Staphysgria which works very well in combination with psorinum. Staphysagria is a polycrest and those are normally dosed a few times a day based on symptoms so if your getting any symptoms at a certain time of day you would take the Staphisagria , 1 of the bb sized pellets under the tongue, an hour or so before that if your journal says they happen at say usually 2 oclock. or if your suddenly experiencing some then you can take a pellet of staphisagria. If you're taking the psorinum in the evening, say 6p.m. then taking the staphisagria won't interfere. I spoke with katherine at Elixirs and she said also that staphisagria and psorinum don't interfere with each other. The staphisagria is a really great remedy to use for scabies also and will definitely help get over the condition. There is a bunch of good info posted above on staphisagria and it is readily available. I found the 30c at my vitamin cottage for $6.
FRED

Denver, CO

#42 Jun 9, 2012
o.k. looks like you saw the staphisagria info from your previous post, sorry,

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#44 Jun 9, 2012
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>Well i'm 3 weeks in and the headaches go along with it, one thing you don't want to do is abruptly stop so maybe you should take a half dose next. You want every adjustment to be gradual and you should be able to feel something. It's effects can be cumulative. drink plenty of water while you're dosing. Did you see the personal dosing guidelines I posted above? This is good to print out if you can. If you stop feeling anything when you skip a dose you can take a partial one to carry you over till the next.If you are gradually improving then stick with that dose until you haven't had any symptoms for a few weeks then slowly reduce the dose to see if you're completely past it, if any symptoms return you'll have to go back to what you were doing for a while. Each dosing regime should be taylored to the persons own response to the remedey.

http://www.elixirs.com/newsletter/assessment....

Also please check out the info posted above about Staphysgria which works very well in combination with psorinum. Staphysagria is a polycrest and those are normally dosed a few times a day based on symptoms so if your getting any symptoms at a certain time of day you would take the Staphisagria , 1 of the bb sized pellets under the tongue, an hour or so before that if your journal says they happen at say usually 2 oclock. or if your suddenly experiencing some then you can take a pellet of staphisagria. If you're taking the psorinum in the evening, say 6p.m. then taking the staphisagria won't interfere. I spoke with katherine at Elixirs and she said also that staphisagria and psorinum don't interfere with each other. The staphisagria is a really great remedy to use for scabies also and will definitely help get over the condition. There is a bunch of good info posted above on staphisagria and it is readily available. I found the 30c at my vitamin cottage for $6.
Thank you Fred. This is very helpful. I was wondering if it is okay to take an occasional aspirin or would it negatively affect the Psorinum? Just curious. Thanks again. Jan

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