umathr

Rockville, MD

#1910 Jan 13, 2014
Anonymous wrote:
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I did clove oil. it didn't work for me and it burned me really bad. Did it work for you?
Many of the oils can burn and they smell real bad and they do not work. One of the first oils I used was oregano oil at 40 dollars for 3mls it smelled so bad and burned worse. And it did not work at all, it did nothing. Now I am using sulfur soap and aloe vera gel organic. I feel that the scabies must betreated as a wound, must be kept clean. Take a shower even better a bath clean the area. Once out of the bath apply the sulfur soap with a bath cloth or a bath brush leavev it on. If the scabies wake you up at night clean sthe areas that are itching then appply the sulfur soap or the aloe let dry. I have heard that ivermectin works look it up online chect it out. I did get some ivermectin it is very cheap but I have not used it. I have been taking baths with a good quality bath gel and cleaning the effected areas really well scrubbing with a loofa. Then applying the aloe or the sulfur soap, this seems to be working. My legs are mostly effected. I do not htink that you should reapply sulfur soap on top of sulfur soap always clean the area tdhen apply sulfur soap or aloe gel organic. Ivermectin is really for horses, but they do make a human form and it may be the same thing, its called stromectol, I think ivermectin is the same thing as stromectol. I have enough ivermectin for 20 or so doses. But the sulfur soap and aloe seems to be working. Good luck.
Finally

Lawrence, KS

#1911 Feb 10, 2014
Hi I'm updating from Imidac. It did cut them way down. I didn't get the cure tho because I started doing other stuff so the results are inconclusive. Here is what is really working fast. I really hope this helps people who suffer for years. It seems to be working for me. I took 10% benzoyl peroxide (3 dollars) and put it on the bites and little dots then took first aid flesh colored airproof tape (4 dollars) and put it over the bp. I left it for 24 hours. There were about thirty different places I put it. Nothing else had worked. It seems to have killed most of them. I will continue. Keep in mind this is a mild irritant and causes secondary itching. Really hot water makes the itching go away after i take it off. I really hope you have luck with this. Ill update if I am cured. I have only had one bite in two days. This is the most successful thing so far.:) OH I also and using lice shampoo with pbo and pyrethrem (7 dollars) before I shower for 10 minutes. Good luck everyone. If this works I can't wait to tell the world!
Willow8

Tampa, FL

#1912 Feb 10, 2014
Hey, everyone, I read a post on Amazon about someone getting cured with Pierce's All Purpose Nu-Stock (for use on animals), but don't freak out - it's non-toxic. It's basically 75% sulfur - it's strong, but it works, for me anyways. So far, it's done more for me than any of the essential oils, and my mix was pretty good.

For those who got burned with the oils - there are some that can be used in large doses that will not burn your skin, and other's that will fry you with just a few drops in the mix. Tee-tree, can be used in a 50/50 mix with castor oil (organic), Clove bud is pretty strong, trial and error, but starting with just a few drops, same with white thyme. eucalyptus is also pretty bearable, but peppermint is hell.

I found the sulfur way more effective though.

There is also this shampoo from Veterinary Formula, antiparasitic and
antiseborrheic medicated shampoo with coal tar, salicylic acid and sulfur - both on Amazon.

God Bless everyone.

Since: Feb 14

El Cajon, CA

#1913 Feb 11, 2014
demodicosisZZZ wrote:
I have been following this thread for almost two years and the last I heard RK was still infected and trying various protocols. Topicals simply do not reach deep enough to kill all the living mites, and then there's the problem with new born mites hatching for weeks afterward. In many cases a cure is not possible. Unless you can fight them from the inside out using powerful drugs. So far I haven't discovered a drug that can accomplish that. But you are misleading people by promoting RK and this thread, a thread that has been abandoned for over a year.
The same is true of Boils. I read a great deal on that a few moths ago as I have someone I knew, whom I was trying to help, who was suffering with a boil and had no idea what to do. After much reading I discovered that only the people who treated the outside and and inside with garlic, got over their boils, Others who didn't do that ended up suffering for years. One family I read about suffered for over a year before they tired mashed garlic cloves in the ir bath as well as taking garlic internally. Only after a few baths did they finally get over being covered with boils. It was really sad to read that it took so much suffering for them to discover something so simple....and not even all the Dr. they saw or all the RX they were given helped....but just plain old inexpensive cloves of garlic, mashed and put into their bath water and a 30 min soak, from head to toe, worked. Wouldn't it be great if something that cheap, easy & simple to do, worked for these scabies?

Since: Feb 14

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#1915 Feb 11, 2014
Willow8 wrote:
Hey, everyone, I read a post on Amazon about someone getting cured with Pierce's All Purpose Nu-Stock (for use on animals), but don't freak out - it's non-toxic. It's basically 75% sulfur - it's strong, but it works, for me anyways. So far, it's done more for me than any of the essential oils, and my mix was pretty good.
For those who got burned with the oils - there are some that can be used in large doses that will not burn your skin, and other's that will fry you with just a few drops in the mix. Tee-tree, can be used in a 50/50 mix with castor oil (organic), Clove bud is pretty strong, trial and error, but starting with just a few drops, same with white thyme. eucalyptus is also pretty bearable, but peppermint is hell.
I found the sulfur way more effective though.
There is also this shampoo from Veterinary Formula, antiparasitic and
antiseborrheic medicated shampoo with coal tar, salicylic acid and sulfur - both on Amazon.
God Bless everyone.
Was your scabies confirmed by a doctor or were you self-diagnosed? How long have you had this infection?
Willow8

Tampa, FL

#1916 Feb 12, 2014
I don't have scabies, I have Morgellons. but the post I read was for someone for scabies, and if this stuff is working for me then I thought I would share, and it should do at least something for someone. I am not promoting topical treatment only, just mentioning a product. I myself have to take very large amounts of herbal anti-parasiticals, and incidentally, like the above post mentioned, I also take huge amounts of garlic, up to a head a day with my food, plus I use a zapper during the day, and at night. It slows down the symptoms for me, so makes life more livable, but there is no cure for this, and I know this is taking me to my grave. I have had it for just over 6 years, and the bugs are internally demolishing my bones. No, not crazy, as real as I can touch my head, and find it furrowed with large 1/8 to 1/2 pathway like furrows, covering my entire head, and my bones. My head was normal before.
I mentioned the product because it seems to kill the bugs for me topically much more effectively than anything else. I thought it wouldn't hurt.
Thanks for the ratings guys.
But, then again, this thread was always filled with hurting people waiting for a chance to hurt someone else.
The reason we are all having such a hard time getting rid of these bugs is because they are genetically enhanced; whether it was just an accident from all the GMO, or a lab created weapon - mine is for sure.
I'll go back to being delusional now. Thanks for the warm reception.6763

Since: Sep 11

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#1917 Feb 22, 2014
mitewarrior77 wrote:
I'm trying to help a 245 lb man with severe Scabies (he has been suffering for six years) but wants to try Ivermectin Horse Paste or Ivomec Injectable.
Can anyone describe their experience with Durvet Ivermectin 1.87% Horse Paste orally? Side effects? Success? Recommendations?
He also needs to know what the injectable dose is for a 245 lb man using Ivomec? Side effects? Success? Recommendations?
Thanks.
did this man get cured?

Did he try Eprinex, oral for 28 straight days? This IS the cure

Since: Dec 13

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#1918 Feb 22, 2014
healthyhealing wrote:
<quoted text>did this man get cured?

Did he try Eprinex, oral for 28 straight days? This IS the cure
I heard he committed suicide last year.
sharon

Hollywood, FL

#1919 Feb 22, 2014
I wish you would commit suicide

Since: Dec 13

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#1920 Feb 22, 2014
sharon wrote:
I wish you would commit suicide
Hollywood FL you are a hateful person.
sharon

Hollywood, FL

#1921 Feb 22, 2014
It was a joke you idiot. My comment was as truthful about SUICIDE as your comment was. But yeah since you like to troll and say hurtful things to people, oh well, you get what's coming to you.

Since: Dec 13

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#1922 Feb 22, 2014
I was serious about Mitewarrior77.

Since: Feb 14

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#1923 Feb 25, 2014
paranoid wrote:
Just wanted to check in and let you guys know I've been cured for a good 6 months now following several treatment regimens. Ultimately, oral ivomec at 3x the dose for cattle worked for me. I took it every 3 days for 2 weeks, then once a week, then once a month as a preventative.
You will eventually be cured- I'm so glad I have my life back. Good luck to all.
Do you mean you took it internally at 3X the dose or applied to your skin? Please clarify what you mean.

Since: Feb 14

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#1924 Feb 25, 2014
healthyhealing wrote:
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did this man get cured?
Did he try Eprinex, oral for 28 straight days? This IS the cure
Can you tell me more about the Eprinex protocol and the specific i.e., website you purchased it from, dosage, how often, etc. My understanding is this is a topical only not to be taken internally since it's poison. You don't want to post something that can be dangerous and life-threatening to others. Please elaborate.....

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#1925 Feb 25, 2014
ashleyshere wrote:
I was serious about Mitewarrior77.
Ashley...for someone who has been cured taking "Valbazen" you really hang out on this forum a lot. Seems kind of peculiar.....

Since: Dec 13

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#1926 Feb 25, 2014
wantmylifeback wrote:
<quoted text>Can you tell me more about the Eprinex protocol and the specific i.e., website you purchased it from, dosage, how often, etc. My understanding is this is a topical only not to be taken internally since it's poison. You don't want to post something that can be dangerous and life-threatening to others. Please elaborate.....
All you have to do is read what they did! To be brief, the rubbed Eprinex on and it killed lots of mites. But it didn't penetrate deep enough to reach the egg layers in burrows so they added clove oil and it didn't help. Eprinex was only effective as a topical for one month, after that the new born mites had become resistant. End of story.

Since: Feb 14

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#1927 Mar 6, 2014
paranoid wrote:
Just wanted to check in and let you guys know I've been cured for a good 6 months now following several treatment regimens. Ultimately, oral ivomec at 3x the dose for cattle worked for me. I took it every 3 days for 2 weeks, then once a week, then once a month as a preventative.
You will eventually be cured- I'm so glad I have my life back. Good luck to all.
When you say 3X the dose for cattle was that based on your weight at 3X the dose? Did you take it with food or on an empty stomach? What kind of side effects did you get from it while you were on it? Please reply.
jon

Hollywood, FL

#1928 Mar 6, 2014
wantmylifeback wrote:
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When you say 3X the dose for cattle was that based on your weight at 3X the dose? Did you take it with food or on an empty stomach? What kind of side effects did you get from it while you were on it? Please reply.
Dont take anymore than 300 micrograms per kilo of body weight. That's 1.5 times the regular dose. At 150 pounds you can take 2 ml. No more than that per dose. And no more than once every 4 days. Dont ever take 3x the regular dose. Its not necessary and is too toxic.
drew

United States

#1930 Sep 8, 2014
Find yourself a tree and shrub insecticide at walmart about 10 bucks for 32 oz. I use it for fleas on my dogs .active ingredient is imidacloprid you will have to use alot but its cheaper than the other stuff..we use 12 ccs per 70 lb dog

Since: Sep 11

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#1931 Oct 29, 2014
wantmylifeback wrote:
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Can you tell me more about the Eprinex protocol and the specific i.e., website you purchased it from, dosage, how often, etc. My understanding is this is a topical only not to be taken internally since it's poison. You don't want to post something that can be dangerous and life-threatening to others. Please elaborate.....
You take it orally. I would also encourage you to do some research / homework before saying inflammatory things about a very real cure or product. It is not a poison. It is given orally as well as applied externally to infected dairy animals as routine. An evolved version of Ivermectin, with Eprinex there is no "withdrawal" timeline -- in that, unlike Ivermectin treatment, Eprinex-treated animals can be milked and/or sold immediately after ingesting the drug with no residual harm to humans whatsoever due to it's non-toxicity to mammals. Remember, these products only kills mites, worms etc. And it worked for me, along with a once-or twice-daily topical application of Eprinex mixed with a little Citrasolv (pure D-limonene from orange peels) and equal parts rubbing alcohol, and pure coconut oil, itself a moisturiser as much as it is anti-bacterial and a skin-saver. You do internal and topical at the same time, to get them from all angles. And that's it. Thirty days. Cured. After 2.5 years. And I am an educated, industrious and - for all accounts pretty successful person who saw seven doctors, none of whom knew any better than all of you.

Read the dosage carefully -- you will have similar experiences from high-dose ivermectin usage -- but the result was the same for all of us who took it: WE WERE ALL CURED, no side effects. I had it for 2.5 years, tried everything -- and have been free for over a year now. You WILL have post-scabies reactions in certain areas for up to six months afterward. This normal, and is just detritus (from dead scabies) rising to the surface layers of your skin as your body purges the foreign material over time. If you had a particularly deep nodule in any given area, this could be as late as six months to a year after, then nothing will appear in that area again, or maybe - if anything - a small bit of material. Naturally you will notice it one day, feel it, and freak out. Do not. Unlike a live nodule, you will notice there is no activity, just the dead stuff, and then...it's gone. This happened to me over the course of last year -- the toughest places surfacing at different times, all depending on the depth of the nodule/nest -- and that's it.

Do some homework on Eprinex -- it was a very long road to a simple cure.

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