Vann's DE Grapeseed Oil Not 100% Proven "Cure"

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Pokadot Patty

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#1 Feb 13, 2010
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Sad101

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15 min ago Patty,

Ooopss...i just saw I wrote missed out one word to my last post..its suppose to mean 'But it is not 100% cure for EVERYONE'....i guess the DE affect my eyesight..

let me repeat my comment again plus the correction and you have my permission.

Maybe I can help. I tried and tested Vann's cure..to the exact detail..GUESS WHAT...Mites are still in my skin.

There you go Vann...it is not a proven cure..it may be for you but it is not for some..you had it for few months. Most of us had it for years..and you do not even have it on your scalp!

I am happy you are cured..i appreciate you are trying to help and i appreciate the information you shared. It is Non-Toxic But it is NOT 100% cure for EVERYONE.

Thank you for your honest statement Sad101.

Let us know if you need us,
Patty
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#2 Feb 14, 2010
Patty,
I want to thank you and your friends for keeping my thread on Grapeseed oil + DE posted at the top of the list.

I was planning to update it only once a month to report on my condition, or just answer questions for those actually doing my treatments.

You are terrific,
Vann
Pokadot Patty

United States

#3 Feb 14, 2010
Vann from Tennessee wrote:
Patty,
I want to thank you and your friends for keeping my thread on Grapeseed oil + DE posted at the top of the list.
I was planning to update it only once a month to report on my condition, or just answer questions for those actually doing my treatments.
You are terrific,
Vann
Thank you for changing the subject and pointing that being at the top of the list is your main goal.
Not helping people.
Patty
Pokadot Patty

United States

#4 Feb 14, 2010
and please stop telling the good folks that they have Morgellons (?). A histamine reaction due to the over abundance of mites will cause swelling of knuckles, eyelids, knees...etc.

Also, I have seen with my own eyes different color threads emerge from my body wrapped around mites or stuck to them. Red, green, blue, black...just depending what towel I used or what I was wearing that day.

Have some humility....and when it does not work for them just say "I am sorry it did not work for you.".

Patty
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#5 Feb 14, 2010
Patty said,
"....and when it does not work for them just say "I am sorry it did not work for you...."

No, Patty. We don't give up so easily. If the treatment doesn't work, there is a reason why. It is for us to work together to find out WHY it didn't work.

After exhausting all ideas, THEN it is time to throw in the towel, and say "We tried our BEST and I am sorry it didn't work for you."

You are not a quitter, and neither am I. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Are you a quitter?

PS) The diagnosis was made by a Morg expert, not myself, a Senior Member of the http://www.morgellons-disease-research.com/ , as I explained. I could not possibly presume to have enough experience with Morg to make a diagnosis.

Best to you,
Vann

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#6 Feb 14, 2010
'I could not possibly presume to have enough experience with Morg to make a diagnosis.'

But after having scabies for 6 weeks you 'presume'
that you have enough experience to diagnose people and 'promote' and 'advertise' an unprovable cure...?

Nah ,methinks not !
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#7 Feb 14, 2010
BenG1,

I will be promoting these three proven Non Toxic treatments to anyone asking for help:
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/THI...
Hopefully more people will post their treatments into the above link. Do you have a problem with this?

Just a minor correction, I was attacked by Scabies in November and it became progressively worse through Xmas. I spent many weeks researching everything I could find before picking a strategy to fight back. My condition cleared up RAPIDLY once I started this treatment:
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/T47...

It would be TERRIBLE if I didn't share this treatment with everyone at this board.

BTW)
One of the unique symptoms to Morg is the "Brain Fog."
http://www.safesolutionsinc.com/morgellons.ht...
Doctors are clueless

May God speed your cure,
Vann
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#8 Feb 14, 2010
BenG: You hold him down while Patty and I beat the sh out of him.

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#9 Feb 14, 2010
XDDDD ..Thanks ,I just looked to see if you're online. The PI I've hired has got a hot lead :)
Pokadot Patty

United States

#10 Feb 14, 2010
benG1 wrote:
XDDDD ..Thanks ,I just looked to see if you're online. The PI I've hired has got a hot lead :)
Guys,

I just saw a plaque at a gift shop that covers Vann's way of thinking.

It is better to ask stupid questions than it is to admit I was wrong.

I think that says it all !

Patty

P.S. Joe...No male monkey and grapeseed oil ???
Bitey

Portland, OR

#11 Feb 14, 2010
Patty I know what you are saying regarding Morgellens! At first, when looking thru the microscope I was SURE i had threads coming out of my scabies wounds and thought I had morgellens. But when I wore a pink robe, the threads were pink, when I wore my old jeans the threads were blue!!! I finally got what was going on that these threads were sticking to my wounds.

Tiredness and brain fog could be due to the work we have to do constantly cleaning our home and clothing and sleep deprivation from itching and scratching the mites and wounds.

I even have been afraid to go to bed since when I laid down, the itching and terrible crawly feelings would start. I would stay up all hours to try and avoid that. The next days after lack of sleep...you are shot.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#12 Feb 14, 2010
Pokadot Patty wrote:
<quoted text>
Guys,
I just saw a plaque at a gift shop that covers Vann's way of thinking.
It is better to ask stupid questions than it is to admit I was wrong.
I think that says it all !
Patty
P.S. Joe...No male monkey and grapeseed oil ???
Patty: I have it all. I have bags and bags of DE. Gallons of grapeseed oil. 5 huge concrete blocks... 3 thick ropes. I just hope it doesn't leak from the car on the way to the dock.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#13 Feb 14, 2010
Bitey wrote:
Patty I know what you are saying regarding Morgellens! At first, when looking thru the microscope I was SURE i had threads coming out of my scabies wounds and thought I had morgellens. But when I wore a pink robe, the threads were pink, when I wore my old jeans the threads were blue!!! I finally got what was going on that these threads were sticking to my wounds.
Tiredness and brain fog could be due to the work we have to do constantly cleaning our home and clothing and sleep deprivation from itching and scratching the mites and wounds.
I even have been afraid to go to bed since when I laid down, the itching and terrible crawly feelings would start. I would stay up all hours to try and avoid that. The next days after lack of sleep...you are shot.
I was literally going bonkers at one point because of my bed. I was afraid to lay down on it. But I solved that, thank god, and bought an air mattress that I could wash down. No matter how many mattress covers and box spring covers I put on the bed and cleaning it with bleach, borax, water, etc., nothing worked, until I bought the air mattress. Then my sanity returned, kind of.
Pokadot Patty

United States

#14 Feb 14, 2010
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>
I was literally going bonkers at one point because of my bed. I was afraid to lay down on it. But I solved that, thank god, and bought an air mattress that I could wash down. No matter how many mattress covers and box spring covers I put on the bed and cleaning it with bleach, borax, water, etc., nothing worked, until I bought the air mattress. Then my sanity returned, kind of.
Joe,

I have spent all day cleaning my bedroom. All wood furniture was wiped with a heavy coat of Pledge Orange oil in the pump spray bottle. Mattress, box springs, 2 inch foam mattress pad (I like my comforts), and bed slats were sprayed on all sides with my cedarwood, lavender, and lemongrass spray (strong mix). I have washed all bedding and mattress covers with A&H, Borax, Hydrogen Peroxide, 1 tablespoon of cedarwood oil, and 10 drops of lavender oil. Dried them on high heat for an hour.
I cleaned my carpet with 3 cups hydrogen peroxide to a gallon of 150 degree water and sprayed all base boards with the same mix I used on mattress...etc.
Took down drapes....their in the washer now.

If this doesn't work ( smells like a friggin cedar forest in here :)) I'm gonna invite Vann to come spend the night!

Plots within plots....that's the ticket!
Patty
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#15 Feb 14, 2010
Pokadot Patty wrote:
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Joe,
I have spent all day cleaning my bedroom. All wood furniture was wiped with a heavy coat of Pledge Orange oil in the pump spray bottle. Mattress, box springs, 2 inch foam mattress pad (I like my comforts), and bed slats were sprayed on all sides with my cedarwood, lavender, and lemongrass spray (strong mix). I have washed all bedding and mattress covers with A&H, Borax, Hydrogen Peroxide, 1 tablespoon of cedarwood oil, and 10 drops of lavender oil. Dried them on high heat for an hour.
I cleaned my carpet with 3 cups hydrogen peroxide to a gallon of 150 degree water and sprayed all base boards with the same mix I used on mattress...etc.
Took down drapes....their in the washer now.
If this doesn't work ( smells like a friggin cedar forest in here :)) I'm gonna invite Vann to come spend the night!
Plots within plots....that's the ticket!
Patty
Patty!! You have carpeting???!!! Do you get bites from the carpet?? Well, you should sleep really well tonight. Cozy and comfie... and clean...
I'm sorry, Patty, but I don't know where Vann is... ho... hum... shuffling my feet.... looking up at the sky... biting my fingernails....
Pokadot Patty

United States

#16 Feb 14, 2010
Joe wrote:
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Patty!! You have carpeting???!!! Do you get bites from the carpet?? Well, you should sleep really well tonight. Cozy and comfie... and clean...
I'm sorry, Patty, but I don't know where Vann is... ho... hum... shuffling my feet.... looking up at the sky... biting my fingernails....
Yes Sweetie....I have wall to wall in all but kitchen, baths and laundry room. Carpet has not been much of a problem. I have a cheap carpet cleaning machine and I do the hydrogen peroxide thingy to it about once a month. It takes about the same effort as doing the vac thingy and I do that every day.

Oh.....he's probably hiding under his DE encrusted bed. Don't worry all worms come out from under their rocks eventually.

Patty

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#17 Feb 15, 2010
Patty,

Might I add putting a cup of Borax to the H202 for cleaning your carpet...just a suggestion cos I find that Borax is very effective in killing them.

I have gone back to my Borax + H202 bath and sprays..I feel better now compare to the DE stuff..I felt the crawling got worse when I use DE.

But that is just me. Maybe it works for others, then lucky them..and I am glad for them that it work out good for them. Just does not work for me so I am moving on.
Pokadot Patty

United States

#18 Feb 15, 2010
Sad101 wrote:
Patty,
Might I add putting a cup of Borax to the H202 for cleaning your carpet...just a suggestion cos I find that Borax is very effective in killing them.
I have gone back to my Borax + H202 bath and sprays..I feel better now compare to the DE stuff..I felt the crawling got worse when I use DE.
But that is just me. Maybe it works for others, then lucky them..and I am glad for them that it work out good for them. Just does not work for me so I am moving on.
Sad,

I WILL GIVE THE BORAX AND h2o2 A TRY (opps did not know caps were locked).

Thanks for the suggestion.
Also, do not be tricked by you know who into posting on the DE Cure thread.
He uses that as a tactic to keep his thread at the top of the list.
See second post in this thread.

There are quite a few good treatments on this forum and I am sure you will find one that works well for you.

If you need us we are here.

The best,
Patty
Pokadot Patty

United States

#19 Feb 16, 2010
Pokadot Patty wrote:
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Sad,
I WILL GIVE THE BORAX AND h2o2 A TRY (opps did not know caps were locked).
Thanks for the suggestion.
Also, do not be tricked by you know who into posting on the DE Cure thread.
He uses that as a tactic to keep his thread at the top of the list.
See second post in this thread.
There are quite a few good treatments on this forum and I am sure you will find one that works well for you.
If you need us we are here.
The best,
Patty
Has anyone else noticed that Vann is starting to sound a lot like me?
He has even refered to the DE/Grapeseed oil as a tool.

Patty
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#20 Feb 17, 2010
Here are the latest links to proven cures from multiple people:
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TIB...
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/THI...

Best to all,
Vann

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