Recent Clinical Study proves Clove Oi...
Thom

Netherlands

#256 Jan 10, 2014
i've been busy making a massive mixture of etheric substances
including clove liquid. on a base of aloe vera liquid with isopropyl alcohol
and gel forming powder. its a nice carrier to apply to body, and YES
it works. so good news for the clove believers. thanx a million for the
scientific backup. that's what gives hope. in contrary to the scary and
excessively speculated synthetic horse treating chemicals.. if i may call it that.
Warmth , thomas
Thom

Netherlands

#257 Jan 11, 2014
LongCured wrote:
After following the Scabies forum--reading the research on clove BUD oil--and trying every lame-brained idea people put out here (including 4 treatments of permethrin/Ivermectin/sulfur soap/bleach/borax/A&H, etc., etc.), ALL we lost was money, our hair, skin, normal lives, and our sanity. The bugs were STILL infesting our homes, our cars, our cars--everything.
We found the clove BUD oil studies, bought a $1 bottle of unscented moisturizing lotion for "Extra Dry Skin" from the dollar store, put half the bottle into a plastic bowl with cover, added 15-25 drops of clove BUD oil, and applied it after every shower to DAMP SKIN, including before bed-toe to head. A smaller bowl had 5-10 drops and lotion for the private parts, because if you do not have them there now, they will migrate to escape the treatment. You may have to adjust the clove misture-it can sting!
NOTE: ALWAYS change and bag your clothes in the shower ONLY!
We are cured now. Not "hopefully cured," "temporarily cured," "sorta cured"-CURED! Despite all the naysayers here, it was the ONLY thing that actually delivered a cure.
The key is to keep on with the SAME treatment REGARDLESS! Do NOT skip around!!! It will take you a month or more of the SAME treatment, the SAME daily regimen, following the SAME home, car, and personal sanitation practices, to destroy their entire life span-egg to adult--and repeat! Just when you think there could not POSSIBLY be any left, a few will pop up again. BE PERSISTENT-and keep on going!
Both of us noticed a difference in scabies numbers and misery index in 2 weeks. We spent about $40 for the treatment-for lotion and the clove bud oil. Once I saw the clove really worked, I cut the cost in half by ordering from the same store-but online!
Washing tip: HOT water is not necessary to kill scabies.Cold water/detergent/2 cups ammonia in a 1-2 hr soak works great!
Great stuff!! i also use a cold water tub for the clothe, i've used pyrethrum but will
change to ammonia, and then just in the dryer for 20 minutes and it;s dry. synthethic clothe!
thanx
Clove is not or me

San Leandro, CA

#258 Jan 11, 2014
Unfortunately clove did not work for me. I was really hoping it did. It also smells really bad. People around me was looking at me or even asking where is this bad odor coming from?
Although it did not work for me, I hope it works for you. Everyone is different and responds to different treatments.
At the end, What worked for me was ivermectin.
I took Noromectin diluted in a glass of water every 2 or 3 days for 5 months. The dose was a little higher than the one recommended for my weight. Did not see much improvement the first 3 months, but the forth month it was clear I was getting better and better. I've been cured for many months and feel very lucky. although i do feel bad for those who cannot find a cure that works for them. Good luck to everybody. Hope everyone finds their own light after the tunnel. The doctors I saw were not really helpful: prescribed lots of permethrin cream, but topicals do not work on resistant strain of scabies, above all on the scalp. Noromectin can also be used as topical and it was much more effective than perm.
Hope my experience can help somebody.
wantmylifeback

Dover Plains, NY

#259 Jan 11, 2014
Clove is not or me wrote:
Unfortunately clove did not work for me. I was really hoping it did. It also smells really bad. People around me was looking at me or even asking where is this bad odor coming from?
Although it did not work for me, I hope it works for you. Everyone is different and responds to different treatments.
At the end, What worked for me was ivermectin.
I took Noromectin diluted in a glass of water every 2 or 3 days for 5 months. The dose was a little higher than the one recommended for my weight. Did not see much improvement the first 3 months, but the forth month it was clear I was getting better and better. I've been cured for many months and feel very lucky. although i do feel bad for those who cannot find a cure that works for them. Good luck to everybody. Hope everyone finds their own light after the tunnel. The doctors I saw were not really helpful: prescribed lots of permethrin cream, but topicals do not work on resistant strain of scabies, above all on the scalp. Noromectin can also be used as topical and it was much more effective than perm.
Hope my experience can help somebody.
How long did you have the scabies infection before you were cured? I have it on my scalp as well which I think is harder to treat. You refer to Noromectin which I think you mean ivermectin the horse paste right? What site did you purchase this from and how did you know how to dose it? I would really appreciate your feedback.
Clove is not or me

San Leandro, CA

#260 Jan 11, 2014
wantmylifeback wrote:
<quoted text>
How long did you have the scabies infection before you were cured? I have it on my scalp as well which I think is harder to treat. You refer to Noromectin which I think you mean ivermectin the horse paste right? What site did you purchase this from and how did you know how to dose it? I would really appreciate your feedback.
I had it for almost a year, during which I saw many docs, especially dermatologists, used lots of perm cream, tried lots of other home remedies, kept crazily cleaning my environment, kept my clothes frozen for at least 24 hours, and lost lots of hair.
I got cured with ivermectin in the injectable form. I bought Noromectin by Norbrook at a near feed store (paid about $ 33).
You can also find it online including Amazon. Wherever you buy it, make sure to get a syringe to extract it from the bottle. They also sell the syringe at the feed store for a couple of dollars.
I mixed my dose of noromectin with water and drank it on an empty stomach every 2 or 3 days. The fifth month I felt cured but kept taking it every week just to make sure. It was the only thing that worked for me.
The injectable iver seems much safer to me than horse paste. It's sterileIt's meant to go directly in body system. You take it with your digestive system filtering it.
The dose is based on your weight, just follow the instructions that come in the box. I decided to take a higher dose.
This worked for me. I decided this treatment after researching and reading lots of posts about it.
Everyone is different. I hope you find what works for you.
All I can tell you is that I had no side effects, just feeling sleepy, that's why I took it in the evening.
Good luck. Hope this helps.
Thom

Netherlands

#261 Jan 11, 2014
Clove is not or me wrote:
<quoted text>
I had it for almost a year, during which I saw many docs, especially dermatologists, used lots of perm cream, tried lots of other home remedies, kept crazily cleaning my environment, kept my clothes frozen for at least 24 hours, and lost lots of hair.
I got cured with ivermectin in the injectable form. I bought Noromectin by Norbrook at a near feed store (paid about $ 33).
You can also find it online including Amazon. Wherever you buy it, make sure to get a syringe to extract it from the bottle. They also sell the syringe at the feed store for a couple of dollars.
I mixed my dose of noromectin with water and drank it on an empty stomach every 2 or 3 days. The fifth month I felt cured but kept taking it every week just to make sure. It was the only thing that worked for me.
The injectable iver seems much safer to me than horse paste. It's sterileIt's meant to go directly in body system. You take it with your digestive system filtering it.
The dose is based on your weight, just follow the instructions that come in the box. I decided to take a higher dose.
This worked for me. I decided this treatment after researching and reading lots of posts about it.
Everyone is different. I hope you find what works for you.
All I can tell you is that I had no side effects, just feeling sleepy, that's why I took it in the evening.
Good luck. Hope this helps.
how did you apply the clove when you were still trying it?
Joy comes in the morning

Orlando, FL

#262 Feb 2, 2014
Sweet Lady Alabama,
Noscratchymyitchy, I also praise God for His healing. You can mark up another former victim who has relief and happiness once again after following the clove BUD oil protocol and the other helpful tips in this topix. Thank you for sharing your Australian findings. I really appreciate your good research.
"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning."
Blessings to you, NoScratchyMyItchy.
In Jesus' Name.
buggnout

Grand Rapids, MI

#263 Feb 10, 2014
I wanted to share my experience and what I found to be effective.

I spent hours online reading other peoples post and taking note of their remedies.

When I took my first bleach and HP bath, I could see mites in the tub, little gray specs. I did this twice. After bathing I did use a lint roller to roll my body with the sticky tape.( you will be surprised!) I do this everyday, and when I feel itchy. I even do the bottoms of my feet before I put my socks on.

Topically I found a product called PARA GONE, its a oral parasite cleanse product from the health food store. It contains Black Walnut Hull, Marshmallow Root, Clove bud, Orange Peel, and Worm Wood. I take it daily, but to my amazement I also found applying it topically stops the itch and I believe the combination of Clove and Black Walnut Hull kills the mites. I apply it, after bathing, and also mix it with my neem and coconut oil.

I also found that bathing in MMS (mineral miracle solution) is the way to rid myself of pathogens, my bath water shows fewer and fewer of these specs, and rolling with the lint roller reveals less spots on my body. I recommend 10 activated drops to 20. Submerge your entire body head and all for those of you feeling crawlies on your head.

I also blow dry my body and heat kills the mites topically. Then lint roll again. Applying the oils it the last step and gives the body some relief from the itching. Keeping your bedding clean and free of mites is essential. I have found ironing my sheet and even blankets to kill any mites before getting into them provides a better night rest. A fresh sheet and fresh blanket every night.

I am looking for anyone who has a pet, I have submerged my dog in MMS, and treated with Neem oil, but I don't know if the dogs can house the mites or are they just spreading them around my house? And don't sleep with your pets... just in case..

Im happy to share what I have tried, I keep at it. So far I have not had to use the premethiren cream that is so toxic.

one last note, I am a believer of what you think about you bring about. so if you think itch itch itch, you will. So I have declared I am ready to heal, thank you for healing me, this is leaving my body. Thank you.
I keep repeating this is working. I am bug free!!

Since: Feb 14

Location hidden

#264 Feb 18, 2014
Clove is not or me wrote:
<quoted text>
I had it for almost a year, during which I saw many docs, especially dermatologists, used lots of perm cream, tried lots of other home remedies, kept crazily cleaning my environment, kept my clothes frozen for at least 24 hours, and lost lots of hair.
I got cured with ivermectin in the injectable form. I bought Noromectin by Norbrook at a near feed store (paid about $ 33).
You can also find it online including Amazon. Wherever you buy it, make sure to get a syringe to extract it from the bottle. They also sell the syringe at the feed store for a couple of dollars.
I mixed my dose of noromectin with water and drank it on an empty stomach every 2 or 3 days. The fifth month I felt cured but kept taking it every week just to make sure. It was the only thing that worked for me.
The injectable iver seems much safer to me than horse paste. It's sterileIt's meant to go directly in body system. You take it with your digestive system filtering it.
The dose is based on your weight, just follow the instructions that come in the box. I decided to take a higher dose.
This worked for me. I decided this treatment after researching and reading lots of posts about it.
Everyone is different. I hope you find what works for you.
All I can tell you is that I had no side effects, just feeling sleepy, that's why I took it in the evening.
Good luck. Hope this helps.
Thanks for the info. Can you tell me how you dose this so your not taking too much of it?
luck lucy

Grand Forks, Canada

#265 Feb 23, 2014
must say this problem has ocupied my mind for about 5 years. As of late it is all I think about since I still have it. I believe in the Diaomaceous Earth and cloves but only if done right. Parsites I have learned can not be killed when they are in the egg stage. We need to encourage them to hatch. This can not be done if you use anything that they do not like. thus said how do you kill the mites and encourage the eggs to hatch at the same time. I put coconut oil mixed with DE all over espesially at night as this is when the eggs hatch. this does not affect the hatching as it is not disagreable to the mite. So they hatch and then as they start to move around they get caught in this fossil shell and die. In the morning I have a bath with lots and lots of salt for an hour. I have put clove oil in this bath. This is to kill the mite. I have heard that the salt drys up the skin so that the fluid that the eggs live in drys up and they die. also put cloves and DE and coconut oil in my hair during the day to kill the mites. Blow drying my body and hair as hot as I can, has also been very helpful before bed.
luck lucy

Grand Forks, Canada

#266 Feb 23, 2014
I meant to say parasite can not be killed when in the egg stage

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#267 Feb 26, 2014
I have a question...I just bought grapeseed oil with vitamin E and 100% clove bud oil....the clove bud oil is in a very small jar...maybe like an ounce or two if that and the grapeseed oil with vitamin E is in a 4 ounce bottle...how much should I mix the two together? How long do I leave it on my skin if doing a head to toe application? How often do I repeat this?
Katee

Homewood, IL

#268 Feb 27, 2014
I only use clove oil sometimes at night before bed. It has gotten to the point that it started feeling weak to me and my skin no longer had that hotness it did at the beginning. I found I would have to mix it stronger and stronger. Now I'm up to about 50/50 clove and grapeseed oil believe it or not. I even spot treat with it full strength and it doesn't bother me much even that way, where it used to burn. But I also wonder that if my skin has gotten used to it, probably the bugs have too. It hasn't cured me and I had been using it every night for months. Just helps at night.

Clove Is Not For Me, gotta agree with you. For me too it keeps coming down to ivermectin and getting the courage to increase the amount, frequency and duration. But then I also wonder about resistance with doing that too. What choice is there though. Only albendazole after that in my opinion and so we'll see how it goes.

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#269 Feb 27, 2014
Katee wrote:
I only use clove oil sometimes at night before bed. It has gotten to the point that it started feeling weak to me and my skin no longer had that hotness it did at the beginning. I found I would have to mix it stronger and stronger. Now I'm up to about 50/50 clove and grapeseed oil believe it or not. I even spot treat with it full strength and it doesn't bother me much even that way, where it used to burn. But I also wonder that if my skin has gotten used to it, probably the bugs have too. It hasn't cured me and I had been using it every night for months. Just helps at night.
Clove Is Not For Me, gotta agree with you. For me too it keeps coming down to ivermectin and getting the courage to increase the amount, frequency and duration. But then I also wonder about resistance with doing that too. What choice is there though. Only albendazole after that in my opinion and so we'll see how it goes.
Thanks for the info Katee....I was thinking of doing it kinda like that but like showering, then applying it full body and leaving it on for like 24 hours....then doing it again everyday for a week and see how it goes....hope that sounds like. I also got 100% Tea Tree Oil...so I might use that in lotion or spot treat with it....but there is so much activity on my body....it might just be better to do it as well all over. IDK. I hope you doctor's appointment tomorrow goes good for you and you get some actual help!!! Let me know!!!
pretty crazy

Brooklyn, NY

#270 Feb 28, 2014
read the study people. Unless you are prepared to submerge your entire body, including eyes, ears, nose and genitalia, including the vagina if you have one, for more than 15 minutes (more as your mites are not exposed but protected by the epidermis), it's not gonna work.

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#271 Mar 1, 2014
What would you suggest then pretty crazy? Because I've almost ran out of options here.
pretty crazy

Brooklyn, NY

#272 Mar 1, 2014
sosadsodesperateinil wrote:
What would you suggest then pretty crazy? Because I've almost ran out of options here.
you have not run out of options. you may, hopefully, have exhausted the current round of hocus pocus. you have a medical condition, in which you are the patient and the doctor. you have to research medicines that are efficacious for parasitosis, and learn how to use them. you have to be sophisticated enough to shop the global marketplace to access them. you are still on day 1.

i posted previously where to buy and how to use organic whole leaf aloe vera gel to get relief. so you can sleep. so you can spend your time learning how to treat your disease. stop all bathing and soaking. you are driving them to your scalp and into areas you can't topically medicate. permethrin works, but once the mites enter your eyes, nose and ears, vagina, scalp (baldness excluded)--think about it--permethrin does not treat those areas. Mites are bugs, they move. spray a roach and it will run. mites likewise won't sit there while you dab on essential oils. they will move to a less exposed area.

good luck.

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#273 Mar 1, 2014
I don't soak....I've stopped doing that and only do showers...2 times a day. I've already got them on my scalp....uncommon places like my eyes, nose, ears....and so on. I've done the permethrin 3 times and stromectol once...didn't do anything....this morning I have blisters on my palms and the tops of my hands. I know its not Illusory parasitosis or delusional.....I haven't used anything really different....except the permethrin and stromectol.....maybe I'm not understanding you....but...that is just me.
pretty crazy

Brooklyn, NY

#274 Mar 1, 2014
i'm sorry that you don't understand. take care.

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#275 Mar 1, 2014
Wow...you are real nice...uh huh...."nice" talking to you as well. You are so helpful...wish I was just as smart as you.:) whatever...but unfortunately I'm not....my bad. I don't have the energy to deal with unkind and uncaring people like you.

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