Scabies Cure: SULFUR
OVER IT

United States

#107 Mar 5, 2010
Itching and redness are the basic symptoms of dermatitis, which has a variety of causes,

Sulfur has keralytic properties which help slough off the top layer of skin, removing dead mites, their poop, and eggs. This is very rewarding all the way around.

Scabies, in itself causes dermatitus, sulfur helps it. Why are you policing these forums telling what people to do?

People will follow advice as they find it useful for them. It's called being a free agent.
Vann from Tennessee wrote:
Igor,
Thank you for the many fine contributions you are making to this board. I can report that LOW Sulfur products have been a terrific help in my own regimen. I had used a low sulfur soap bar, Sulfur8 Brand shampoo, and Sulfur8 Brand Medicated Creme, which was 2% sulfur. The best help was the creme which was very much like Vaseline. I don't think that these by themselves would have cured Scabies.
It did not stink. There was a very light smell of matches but not at all objectionable, my wife liked the smell. IMO low sulfur is best to prevent burned skin and Dermatitis. IMO, more sulfur is NOT better, and for god's sake rinse it off in the shower to prevent Dermatitis.
Vann
despair

Terrebonne, Canada

#108 Mar 5, 2010
Dear Sarah,
Were you cured from your scabies by using this treatment from home? In how many days, did it disappear?
Thanks
BIll in Mich

Vancouver, WA

#109 Mar 5, 2010
Hi, Sulfur works,

THen use peroxide and borax and water , apply and leave on till the next shower and then reapply top of head to toe, the bug vanishes in 3-10 days,I keep it in my pocket in a hand sanitizer bottle to kill any new bugs I pick up from the park , docks , trees etc . The bug seems to be in the environment.

The mix:
2 tblspns borax (20 mule team Borax laundry booster
16 oz peroxide (3%)
32 oz water.
mix it , and the borax nuetralizes the peroxide and is painless and cheap, there is now burn or sting. It is not for in the eyes though. For in the eyes I wi[e betadine in my eyebrows and eye lashes and sourounding area, with my eyes closed and leave on as directed for 5 mins then rinse. THe bug is gone for 3 weeks to 1 month. It also kills the bug on the privates wtih no burn or sting.
Baths in 1 cup borax 1 cup baking soda and 1/8 cup dawn regular dishsoap kills all the bug. I keep the suds up, the bug drowns.
I use arm and hammer powdered laundry detergent in all wash pre soaked for 30 mins.

I 'clean' my house with a tri- jet fogger or a wagner power painter set in a stand I bult from a box jammed with stuff than tie off wagner power painter trigger and let it fog for 15 min each room every other day. the with borax water 1/2 cup per gallon of hot water. I never breathe the fog ..ever U leave it on a 2.00 wall timer for 15 mins. It fogs the room and kills all bugs.

THis mix cured MM-M , when she had spent 3 years with lesions from this bug

Here is her story re-posted from the birdmite.org forum after she had spent 3 years here,and did not get cured. They told her more permitherin and eurax
, which did not cure her.

http://www.earthclinic.com/Pets/dog_mange_cur...

The mix:
2 tblspns borax (20 mule team Borax laundry booster
16 oz peroxide (3%)
32 oz water.
mix it , and the borax nuetralizes the peroxide

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I have a reason for posting this, that will come. 
 
For now, there is good info here.  I have used this on myself and is what healed my first two craters of simmering hell on my arms way back when.  I will remind you those lesions were on the order of 7cm long and 5 cm wide.  Substitute human for dog.  There is a great explanation of the usefulness of H202, vinegar, and borax.  The actions of Borax can also be applied to the environment.  This will also tell you on how Borax works to kill and also addresses toxicity issues.  Also, remember,  H202 is a penetrant and very effective.
 
Frito

I hope this helps

GOd bless you ,

Bill  
despair wrote:
Dear Sarah,
Were you cured from your scabies by using this treatment from home? In how many days, did it disappear?
Thanks
OVER IT

Eddyville, KY

#110 Mar 7, 2010
Eff em!!!!!!!!!
I'm covered in sulfur and vaseline, saran wrapped, and with a sauna suit on.
I saw my skin flaking off everywhere, and found the vaseline/sulfur. saran wrap, and sauna suit the best way to keep from letting this stuff into the place I just moved into.
I wonder how long I'm going to need to keep this up? I suppose - mayonaise kills lice and mange in dogs, why not me?
The Ivermectin is helpful, but seriously I need to this to GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
despair

Saint-romuald, Canada

#111 Mar 7, 2010
hi!!!! Thanks so much for these valuable tips. What about ears? Anything for the ears?
I am in the middle of preparing your mix: borax/peroxide which I will use as a repatch each time it itches, i will apply locally because right now i cannot take baths , I have to wait a week.
I am sure it will work. I trust it. God bless you!!!
OVER IT

Windermere, FL

#112 Mar 23, 2010
Today is the 23rd, and I feel like I am almost out of this long dark tunnel with scabies. Lots of sulfur and vaselin...actually I switched out the Vaselin for Vicks Vapor Rub due to the extra ingredients

Cedar oil
Thyme Oil
Menthol

All mite deterrents plus sulfur is killing them, and I am using one permethrin treatment weekly, and I'm taking clarkia - couldn't handle Ivermectin anymore. I want to sing and danceeeeeeeeeeeee, no more crawling, peace!
Marie

United States

#113 Apr 8, 2010
If there's a bravo supermarket the sulfur cost me 1.45. It's cheaper then online. I went to the beach( it's was burning me but it was sooo good the next day.) everything cleared out. I was still itchy but so much better.. EVERYTHING cleared away. Then after 3 days got some new ones on my chest I took rubbing alcohol and sprayed in my hands and rub it on my chest. Last night I took a bath in Epsom salt and baking soda. Today I feel so much better.
happy

Falls Church, VA

#114 Apr 8, 2010
Hi Marie,
Which supermarket do I have to go to buy sulfur...is that sublimed sulfur / sulphur? I also learned that scabies give skin infection , so disinfecting with alcohol is a must. That must burn. There is no such bravo supermarket in the east where I live. Do you know any equivalent? thanks
jphs

Portland, OR

#115 Apr 12, 2010
Precipitated Sulfur is the remedy for scabies. The size of the sulfur particle influences the effecacy of the ointment. 6-10% precipitated sulfur ointment is proscribed cure.

Sublimed sulfur is not an effective, scabicide, especially at 10%. In these forums, rarely have I read a report of its successful use, and when i have, it was used with a great percentage for a long duration.

I'm presently testing precipitated sulfur ointment on my own drug resistant scabies (day 2) with amazing results!

I'll keep you posted,
jphs
jphs

Portland, OR

#117 Apr 13, 2010
SUBLIMED SULFUR is mostly ineffective - that's why people who are using it repeatedly still have scabies.

try PRECIPITATED SULFUR and your scabies may actually go away

I used SUBLIMED for weeks (along with many chemicals) before discovered the difference - now my scabies are finally leaving

SULFUR 101 is propagating mis-information by calling SUBLIMED and PRECIPITATED the same thing, so people are trying to heal their scabies with sublimed sulfur when it really takes precipitated.

Here is clear Medical DOCUMENTATION of the difference between the sulfur.

Here is documentation:

-> Historical percentages and statement of the efficacy of precipitated over sublimed:

http://books.google.com/books...
***

-->Current statement of efficacy of smaller sulfur particle (precipitated) over larger (sublimed)

Sulfur is a time-honored therapeutic agent useful in a variety of dermatologie disorders. Its keratolytic action is due to formation of hydrogen sulfide through a reaction that depends upon direct interaction between sulfur particles and keratinocytes. The smaller the particle size, the greater the degree of such interaction and the greater the therapeutic efficacy. When applied topically, sulfur induces various histologie changes, including hyperkeratosis, acanthosis, and dilatation of dermal vasculature. One study showed that sulfur was comedogenic when applied onto human and rabbit skin, findings that were not reproduced in other studies. About 1% of topically applied sulfur is systemically absorbed. Adverse effects from topically applied sulfur are uncommon and are mainly limited to the skin. In infants, however, fatal outcome after extensive application has been reported.***

Sulfur revisited†
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Volume 18, Issue 3, Pages 553-558
Wolfy83

United States

#118 Apr 15, 2010
"does sulfur also work on dog scabies??, or does it only work for people??,"

Besides the Ivermectin suspension that my doc gave me, the other most effective treatment that I've used to combat my dog's acute scabies problem is called Mitaban, which is a dip that you sponge on to your dog. It works wonders, and quickly! Please spread the word as we tried many treatments before trying this one.
Tortured by the bug

Tampa, FL

#120 Apr 28, 2010
duite wrote:
I just order some sulfur online, 1st time to try, I hope it helps, decided not to do the prem again for now--3 tubes and no better. Just curious wanders, have you seen anything between fingers. I just took a sauna--30 minutes, then shower, put dog shampoo on all over for second time today. Just sitting here and happened to look in between fingers, saw tiny brown or black spots that looked like little freckles(thought , never remembered having those freckle in between fingers.)--got my scotch tape and stuck it to the spots and they came off. I haven't really looked that hard in between fingers because not really any symptoms there. Have you or anyone else experienced this?? I guess during sauna in between fingers was a good escape from the deep penetrating infrared light.
I believe I have help for all you with scabies it has helped me took some information from this site & added my own remedies to it take borax laundry booster one cup to 4 cups water no fragrance add peroxide use your own quantity then here's ..my addition add to mixture lotion with some sort of sulfur or neem= olive or tea tree oil to counter the dryness from mixture spray or rub all over not eyes ears or any openings then rub Petroleum jelly over the mixture after ten mins.... it will sufercate the little buggers and watch them run for the hills if your REALLY SERIOUS ABOUT SUFERCATING THE BUGS WRAP THE AREA WITH plastic wrap even heals all the wounds in a week or so

Since: Mar 10

Tucson, AZ

#121 Apr 29, 2010
jphs: What's the update on your condition with use of the precipitated sulfur. I have the sublimed, but am interested to hear how your treatment is going. Cheers.
skeptical cartoon

Wallingford, PA

#122 May 1, 2010
Hi all,
pse tell me where I can order precipitated sulfur online and which percentage is good????? thx/QUOTE]
MSSA

Amstenrade, Netherlands

#123 May 1, 2010
Very likely the bug you try to eradicate is Staphylococcus Aureus.
The epidemic spread has started in 2000, reaching a peek in 2004/2005.

It is an enormous difficult to eradicate organism.
Read the first post of the thread called: "case report"
The thread also has the PFIZER March 26, 2010, treatment protocol posted.

No doubt that if you try out a lot alternative chemicals, that you may be partially, or maybe be fully successful in the eradication of this organism in particular from the skin and your environment.

But will it not come back within a few month's?

You need to stay free at least four to six month's free of any symptoms to be able to claim victory over your personal fight against your superbug.

However,

On March 26, 2010, PFIZER has released a treatment protocol that may be of great help to you.

If this does not do the job, I will try to advise you what to do next.

Read those posts, it may be of great help to you and your family.
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Chicago, IL

#124 May 3, 2010
check out http://scabies-cure.net theres a recipe there.
Steve

Portland, OR

#125 May 23, 2010
SUBLIMED SULFUR is mostly ineffective - that's why people who are using it repeatedly still have scabies.
try PRECIPITATED SULFUR and your scabies may actually go away
I used SUBLIMED for weeks (along with many chemicals) before discovered the difference - now my scabies are finally leaving
SULFUR 101 is propagating mis-information by calling SUBLIMED and PRECIPITATED the same thing, so people are trying to heal their scabies with sublimed sulfur when it really takes precipitated.
Here is clear Medical DOCUMENTATION of the difference between the sulfur.
Here is documentation:
-> Historical percentages and statement of the efficacy of precipitated over sublimed:
http://books.google.com/books...
Where do you get precipitated sulfur? I'm also in Portland!
Steve

Portland, OR

#126 May 23, 2010
My wife and I had scabies for a good year,'til finally we discovered sulfur; it worked! BUT... please don't think that in every case that scabies (or other mites) die without a human host after 3 days. We had our mattress covered in plastic for 6 months. When we removed the plastic, we contracted scabies again that night. Now we're trying to get over our 2nd bout. Also, our infested bedspread was left out in the garage in plastic for several months... when brought back in and used, the itching began immediately.
Now we steam EVERYTHING, and use a permanent "beathable" mattress covering, hoping to NEVER revisit this 2 year nightmare again! We're still not "cured", but getting better!
PS... does anyone know where you get precipitated sulfur? We're spending a fortune on it!
thought i was cured again

Perris, CA

#127 May 23, 2010
this is where you can get precipated sulfur

http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatm...
thought i was cured again

Perris, CA

#128 May 23, 2010
Steve wrote:
My wife and I had scabies for a good year,'til finally we discovered sulfur; it worked! BUT... please don't think that in every case that scabies (or other mites) die without a human host after 3 days. We had our mattress covered in plastic for 6 months. When we removed the plastic, we contracted scabies again that night. Now we're trying to get over our 2nd bout. Also, our infested bedspread was left out in the garage in plastic for several months... when brought back in and used, the itching began immediately.
Now we steam EVERYTHING, and use a permanent "beathable" mattress covering, hoping to NEVER revisit this 2 year nightmare again! We're still not "cured", but getting better!
PS... does anyone know where you get precipitated sulfur? We're spending a fortune on it!
This is where you can get precipitated sulfur:

http://www.aliviovital.com/de-la-cruz-sulfur-...

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