Look at this picture of skin with mit...

Look at this picture of skin with mites and migrating larva

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Aha

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#1 Apr 29, 2008
http://www.medi-vet.com/Demodicosis.html

this cross section of skin picture shows how deep the numerous larvas are under the skin and how they drill to surface. Picture shows what scabies mange and mite mange sufferers are up against.

I found soaking in a hot bath with a cup of vinegar and handful of hot red cayenne pepper in the bath drives deeply imbedded mites and larva out, kills mites and larva and kill eggs, hot red cayenne or chili peppers in bath internally and as topical improves circulation as well as acting as a miticide, larvacide and ovacide.

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Miserable in SA

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#2 Apr 29, 2008
Aha wrote:
http://www.medi-vet.com/Demodi cosis.html
this cross section of skin picture shows how deep the numerous larvas are under the skin and how they drill to surface. Picture shows what scabies mange and mite mange sufferers are up against.
I found soaking in a hot bath with a cup of vinegar and handful of hot red cayenne pepper in the bath drives deeply imbedded mites and larva out, kills mites and larva and kill eggs, hot red cayenne or chili peppers in bath internally and as topical improves circulation as well as acting as a miticide, larvacide and ovacide.
Hi Aha,
Did the peppers burn? especially sensitive spots?How long does it take to work?
Thanks for sharing. MIS
Dead Mite

United States

#3 Apr 29, 2008
Aha wrote:
http://www.medi-vet.com/Demodi cosis.html
this cross section of skin picture shows how deep the numerous larvas are under the skin and how they drill to surface. Picture shows what scabies mange and mite mange sufferers are up against.
I found soaking in a hot bath with a cup of vinegar and handful of hot red cayenne pepper in the bath drives deeply imbedded mites and larva out, kills mites and larva and kill eggs, hot red cayenne or chili peppers in bath internally and as topical improves circulation as well as acting as a miticide, larvacide and ovacide.
if the mites are threatened, wouldn't they burrow deeper? they are attracted or repelled by scent. why would they move toward the pepper? if it's true that it's a miticide, larvacide and ovacide it seems to me the mites would go deeper if anything.
Aha

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#4 Apr 30, 2008
Mites can only go so deep then they would enter bloodstream and die or be killed by T-cells and gobbled up by phagocytes, our immune system. Mites hide in that area just below the skin so we can not see them and scrape them off and just above the bloostream where our immune system can not kill them.
If you have known ovacide and miticide cayenne, oregano oil, garlic, olive leaf, clove, nutmeg, cinnamon, herbs, spices etc etc in your bloodstream and as a topical, mites and viruses will run OUT OF YOU, OUT OF YOUR BODY, AND OUT OF YOUR SKIN to get AWAY FROM YOU. You will smell like a greek salad but will be a walking miticide and ovacide.
Viruses are sneaky too, they hide in the spine, if you put nutmeg and other spices in your coffee tea or beverage every day and drink home made spice oils and rub spice oil on your spine eventually there will be enough nutmeg in your system to run out and kill a virus.
Thats why mds say there is 'no cure' for herpes virus. Most people will not change diet and take the time to saturate thier blood and systems with natural miticides, ovicides and microbe aka virus killers and repellants like garlic, oregeano cayenne, spices and herbs and salt topically as a scrub.
Aha

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#5 Apr 30, 2008
>did the peppers burn<
The first time you eat 10 hot red cayenne pepper capsules or eat the pods of 5 or 6 of the REDDEST HOTTEST chilli peppers you can find, the next day on toilet will be hot. EVERYTHING BAD WILL FLY OUT OF YOU.

After a week or so your system gets used to red hot cayenne pepper, capsules are easiest to get down, and hot oregano oil and garlic, olive leaf, other spices, herbs. Seasalt/oil shower scrubs are really helpful.

To start, put 1/2 handfull of red cayenne pepper in a foot bath of hot water with 1/2 cup vinegar, see how your feet like it. It may burn for a second or two and that is the larva and mites and ova being killed and any microbes, germs they brought with them being killed. If your skin is raw from scratching and harsh topicals, start out with a seasalt/olive oil body scrub in a warm shower, this will kill mites and larva and eggs also and the olive oil mixed with seasalt will be gentler and healing on hurt, sensitive or mite ravaged scratched skin. And dilute oregano oil and red pepper or garlic oil with a lot of olive oil to help you build up a tolerance for miticide and ovicide foods and spices and herbs internally and topically.
Eat a peice of bread if red pepper or oregano oil or garlic oil is too hot. Bread will absorb some of the heat. If the oregano, red pepper or garlic burn, just dilute and try again knowing you are killing mites, larva and eggs in the process. Every mite larva and egg killed is a step in the right direction.
Aha

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#6 Apr 30, 2008
>how long does it take to work<
If you look at the picture of mites in the link above, you will see they and scabies are sneaky mites, they hide just below skin and just above the bloodstream where our immune could grab them and kill them.
Oregano oil, seasalt, cayenne pepper, olive leaf, garlic, anise, clove, etc etc, kill mites larva and eggs on contact, the longest one researcher watched anise oil kill a mite larva was 15 minutes, the larva writhed around on a coffee filter 15 minutes before the oil finally killed it. Hot oregano oil and HOT red pepper, and garlic kill faster, on contact or within seconds and minutes. Clove kills eggs on contact also, so does sea salt.

Key is to saturate yourself with miticide and ovicide in your bloodstream and topically so even when you sweat you sweat natural miticides and ovacides. This will kill the hiding scabies larva and ova and force every last one of them to pack thier bags and move out of you.
Ben James

St. Helens, UK

#7 Aug 31, 2008
i cannot say this will not work however there has been no natural cure for scabies,

go to your doctors and get a cream like lycrem.

there are supprisingly only arround 12 mites on your body at any time, 90% of the eggs die. they also have a short lifespan.

the itching is due to your defence system trying to create ani bodies to kill the mite.

if you do get an over the counter creme then remeber wash your bed linned on atleast 50 degrees centigrade. If you do not have access to that then leave the bedsheets in a bag for 48-78 hours as they have a shortened life span without the skin.

Hope this helps.

Ben
sena

United States

#8 Nov 22, 2008
Aha wrote:
http://www.medi-vet.com/Demodi cosis.html
this cross section of skin picture shows how deep the numerous larvas are under the skin and how they drill to surface. Picture shows what scabies mange and mite mange sufferers are up against.
I found soaking in a hot bath with a cup of vinegar and handful of hot red cayenne pepper in the bath drives deeply imbedded mites and larva out, kills mites and larva and kill eggs, hot red cayenne or chili peppers in bath internally and as topical improves circulation as well as acting as a miticide, larvacide and ovacide.
I am going to try this I beleive you are correct a mite is a mite some burrow some dont did you use organic apple cinegar or white vinegar how many treatments and how long baths did you rinse off afterwards or leave this mixture on I need exact measurements times on internal and ex ternal treatment thank you very much did you use canpsuled ceyenne or something else I would greatly appreciate a reply if you have time where did you learn all this?
Lorraine

Eugene, OR

#9 Nov 22, 2008
I'm not sure what vinegar they used, but the herbalist I saw had mentioned apple cider vinegar to me. So, I'm guessing that's it.

I've been making a tea with black walnut, pau d'arco, poke root, and garlic cloves and dumping that in the bath water. I've also been oiling my body with red thyme, tea tree, and lavender to help with the itching. I have some wormwood oil, and some of the bark... but I find that bathing in the bark makes me a little faint. It's a parasitic, so is the red thyme.

I like the idea of sweating out garlic and spices. I've been eating a lot of those things anyway.

This has been the most miserable week of my life. But I have hope!! Good luck with you troubles (:
Wayne

Sydney, Australia

#11 Feb 22, 2009
The diagram shown above shows follicle mites which most people and dogs have. They are usually harmless. If however there are too many it will overwhelm your immune system, so knock down there numbers, but i think the immune system needs to be treated so you don't over-react to them or other mites at normal population levels.

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Joe

Hollywood, FL

#12 Feb 22, 2009
Wayne wrote:
The diagram shown above shows follicle mites which most people and dogs have. They are usually harmless. If however there are too many it will overwhelm your immune system, so knock down there numbers, but i think the immune system needs to be treated so you don't over-react to them or other mites at normal population levels.
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you are speaking of demodex mites. actually, if a dog has a bad case of demodex mites, it is very hard to rid of the dog of this. ted, from earthclinic.com , will explain how to treat the dog with a bit of hydrogen peroxide, borax, and water, and will help to kill these mites. vets are giving dogs with demodex ivermectin every single day for 30 days to rid of the dog of this type of mite. very difficult to get rid of and very different from the sarcoptic mites. i was told that any dog that has mites, does have an immune deficiency, so it is best to boost the immune system with vitamins, good healthy food, exercise, sun shine, real food, meat and veggies.
miranda

Plano, TX

#13 Apr 4, 2009
my two brothers have it its digusting
buggie

Houston, TX

#15 Apr 5, 2009
Joe, ivermectin every day for 30 days? What dose I wonder? It makes sense as bugs reproduce so fast on animals and humans. I'm thinking my cat has demodex. I know she's the carrier. After $400 and only visual inspection, my vet found nothing on the cat, but I can't touch her without an immediate reaction. She's 16yrs but fully enjoying the outdoors and I don't have the heart to end her life.
Solutions

Brisbane, Australia

#16 Apr 11, 2009
If the mites are on the back of your legs/bum etc Try exfoliating, then bathing in warm salt water (run a bath about an inch high, add about 3% pure sea salt(approx 2 cups) and sit in it for 10 minutes. Get out, try yourself and slather the legs/butt with olive oil. Within 10 minutes, the itching and discomfort will be COMPLETELY gone. The inflammation/redness will be notably reduced after just one session.
Martina from Canada

Burnaby, Canada

#17 Apr 28, 2009
I've had problems contracting mites for so many years that I'm now an expert at getting rid of them. Yes, a hot bath or shower and scrub will help run them out of town. Plus, it's soothing.

I use peppermint foot cream on the itchy spots.

To kill them when they find me again, I have a little spritzer (travel size hairspray bottle) filled with water and 2 drops of tea tree oil. I spray my sheets, blankets, legs, etc... and I *never wear day socks to bed anymore (keep a special pair that never touch the floor).

Hope this helps... it did wonders for me! Oh, and the spray also works on my cat when she gets mites in her ears. Don't spray it on fur though, it's not meant for internal use.
Harrison

Napa, CA

#19 Oct 4, 2009
Hello all,

I'm going crazy with itching and crawling skin. From what I've read it sounds/feels like mites of some kind. I've slathered myself with Valencia orange oil, showered in hot water with lots of soap, sprayed bug killer all over everything including my vehicle, and yesterday used a Raid fumigator here in my apartment. Still, up all night, same as last 3 weeks or so itching, scratching, and generally loosing my mind. Can someone give me a clear recipe for the cayenne bath, or anything that actually has worked? Or tell me just what and how much of any thing I can get somewhere like a vitamin shoppe or drugstore. I'm really jumping out of my skin!
adana

Vader, WA

#20 Oct 4, 2009
Buy some spray bottles and fill them with peppermint oil from www.safe2use.com and spray yourself, your car seats with it. Might be able to get spray bottles at Lowe's, I don't know.

Get some permitherin on line or from a doctor and treat every 4-7 days. You can buy Ivermectin online or from a doc too. 3 mg for every 30 lbs. I read somewhere on www.topix.com although I am no doctor.

Buy vinyl zip up casings for all mattresses and boxsprings from JC Penney. Tape the zippers closed with black gorilla tape from Lowe's.

Bag everything that has fabric on it and I mean everything. Only keep out like 3 changes of clothes and bathing suit in case you want to go swimming someday.

Buy A&H fragrance free powdered soap in a box and mix 1/2 c. to a gal of water. Buy sprayer in garden at Lowe's. They have several types and prices. Mop your floors with it and spray your carpets with it.

That should get you started.

Bathe in some A&H & water for relief.
Harrison

Napa, CA

#21 Oct 8, 2009
Adana- Thanks and sorry to take so long to get back here. Question:
How do I use the permitherin and/or Ivermectin? Apply to self, add to laundry, spray on rugs, couch, etc?

"A&H" is Arm and Hammer, right?

Thanks, I'll keep you/others posted during the next few days. I also have ordered "Dustmitex" from Medi-Vet Animal Health. It's a powder, mix with water, spray on everything. Guaranteed to kill mites and fleas. Have you ever heard of or used? It's on the way to me now.
adana wrote:
Buy some spray bottles and fill them with peppermint oil from www.safe2use.com and spray yourself, your car seats with it. Might be able to get spray bottles at Lowe's, I don't know.
Get some permitherin on line or from a doctor and treat every 4-7 days. You can buy Ivermectin online or from a doc too. 3 mg for every 30 lbs. I read somewhere on www.topix.com although I am no doctor.
Buy vinyl zip up casings for all mattresses and boxsprings from JC Penney. Tape the zippers closed with black gorilla tape from Lowe's.
Bag everything that has fabric on it and I mean everything. Only keep out like 3 changes of clothes and bathing suit in case you want to go swimming someday.
Buy A&H fragrance free powdered soap in a box and mix 1/2 c. to a gal of water. Buy sprayer in garden at Lowe's. They have several types and prices. Mop your floors with it and spray your carpets with it.
That should get you started.
Bathe in some A&H & water for relief.

Since: Oct 09

Fayetteville, NC

#22 Oct 11, 2009
Perm you put all over your body from head to toe and Ivermection you swollow on an empty stomach at least once a week.

Since: Oct 09

Fayetteville, NC

#23 Oct 11, 2009
Can anyone help me find an active site like this for feelings of stroke, heart attacks and dehydration. I saw on this site strokes but it's not active at all. I'll look up heart attacks on it. I'm having a serious medical problem and the doctors say nothing is wrong. What happens, is I don't drink enough and get real dehydrated and start having pain in the left side of my face. Like tonight I drank over 200 oz of water already but the pain in my face won't go away. If I quit drinking, my heart goes so fast, I feel like a heart attack. Seems like I pee out everything I drink but the VA Hosp says I'm not dehydrated. I don't know what to do. I drank that 200 oz of water at a rate of 10 to 20 oz a half hour to get hydrated. Is it not fast enough to get hydrated.
I know how you guys know doc are no help sometimes so I'm asking if anyone can give me any tips.

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