Look at this picture of skin with mit...
Harrison

Napa, CA

#24 Oct 12, 2009
Adana wrote:
Perm you put all over your body from head to toe and Ivermection you swollow on an empty stomach at least once a week.
Adana: I'm having good success so far with the Dustmitex on furniture and rugs. Also, bagged all soiled clothing and towels, etc, and then washed each through two complete cycles of the the washing machine. I added about a cup of ammonia along with the A&H at the start of each load. So far so good. More later...

Since: Oct 09

Augusta, Georgia

#25 Oct 12, 2009
I've never heard of Dustmitex. Can you give us a link?
Harrison wrote:
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.
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Since: Oct 09

Augusta, Georgia

#26 Oct 12, 2009
Good Harrison, keep up the good work.
birdmitestorture d

United States

#27 Oct 12, 2009
Adana wrote:
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.
Adana Key the words Heart attack in Google and it will take you to different sites, you read and pick the one you think it could be more helpful,that's how I did find this site. Good luck!

Since: Oct 09

Augusta, Georgia

#28 Oct 12, 2009
I think it was just that my potassium that was low. I'm fine now after I drank a ton of powdered milk. But while my potassium was low, I didn't feel the mites. I wouldn't suggest anyone trying to lower their potassium though.

Since: Oct 09

Augusta, Georgia

#29 Oct 12, 2009
But then, the powdered milk has sugar in it and it might have been the sugar I didn't have in my body from all the diahrea. They might think since I'm not sweet, I'm not tasty.
despair

Québec, Canada

#30 Mar 2, 2010
I've tried all kinds of things to get rid of these mites: i tried neem, nix, dermatologists's treatment, antibiotic ointment, kleen green and yet they come back; I have occasionally a hair that comes ot of my skin, if I rub with an oily solution, i get black pepper and when I rub tea tree oil over me, I get sequin dots of turquoise color or gold (guess from being burnt from tea tree oil)!!!! If i have a break out, and I rub with antibiotic oitment, i get a gelatinous clear substance and sometimes with a black pepper dot in it. Is it black pepper mites? If i rub myself with oil or cream, I get some of these black dots out of my skin. Sometimes, the things are also blueish!! Pse help me: it's been 3 yrs i have been suffering. I tried soaking in a bath in seasalt, no progress, now i am soaking myself in kleen green enzymes solution in a bath: it soothes me but it all comes back. thanks...OOh i also get some little seeds or granules too.

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#31 Mar 3, 2010
Do you have pets or animals living in your attic/walls/crawlpace?? My animals, who all look great, were my source of mites. My dogs had NO signs of any infestation, and my vet said that they were fine. Have you treated your environment as well as your body? These are the two things that did it for me.
Lucci

East Elmhurst, NY

#32 Mar 3, 2010
I don't know if my direct reply to Harrison went through, so I'll try it here. Harrison, get yourself Menthol Crystals. I bought a one pound bag for about $30 at Mountain rose herbs.com . Get a Mr. Coffee mug warmer. Put about a tablespoon of Menthol into a small cup onto the cup warmer. It will melt and the menthol will dry the bugs out and kill them. The Menthol works best in contained areas. I actually have some of my clothes that I know are contaminated in a big plastic bin right now and the menthol is running in there. You can get a large plastic garbage pail and rig the menthol so it sits right in the pail.
I've got the Menthol running right now under my couch (I've tented the couch in plastic so that the smell is contained)
I've posted a photo so you can see a rig, my boyfriend used in his garbage pail. http://s213.photobucket.com/albums/cc303/desi...
Note: the menthol will crystallize and form cotton candyish strands when it is in a tight space like this (you can see it in the photos). You can wipe them off easily and re-melt them.
If you can't sleep at night, put a few crystals in the well at the top of a vaporizer unit (I got my from KAZ, about $20). The mist coming out of the vaporizer will melt the crystals in the well. It won't kill them in your space, but it quiets them down enough to sleep.
One thing about the crystals is I think they need containment. If you burn them in a large room, I doubt it will kill them.
I found out about the crystals from a few sources. Here is one: http://www.shanspirations.org/...
Lucci

East Elmhurst, NY

#33 Mar 3, 2010
"Despair," Have you done any research on Morgellons disease? That "hair" coming out of your skin as well as the black specks and granules, sounds like symptoms of Morgellons.
If it is, you need to be working on yourself internally to be dealing with infection as well as external envirnoment.
Some people that have had success are nanotransformation. com
Mr. Common sense: http://morgellonspgpr.wordpress.com/all-artic... (read the articles with red links.
http://www.morgellons.org
I hope this helps you.
Concerned

United States

#34 Mar 4, 2010
You could be drinking so much water you are depleting your minerals such as potassium and magnesium and even calcium. Here's what I recommend, first, get your heart thoroughly checked out, see a doctor about your stroke concerns. If they say nothing is wrong (and even if they do) start taking CALM magnesium by Peter Gilham, Magnesium is SO SO IMPORTANT. However, if you have kidney issues you absolutely must check with your doctor before taking Magnesium, otherwise it's one of the best things you can do for your body no matter what issue you are having. Also, drink a full glass of Orange Juice each morning for your potassium (never supplement potassium).

Are you sure this isn't anxiety, I have it bad, was in the ER for the feelings of stroke and heart attack until they and I finally realized it was anxiety, it can be really bad. I still struggle with it.
Concerned

United States

#35 Mar 4, 2010
Oh, and by the way, I do have Morgellons disease too, I missed that on your original post. Morgellons will suck the minerals right out of your body, interesting you said your pottasium was low, so was mine when I was in the ER.

My site on Morgellons is here. God bless you, hope you are doing better.

http://morgellonspgpr.wordpress.com/all-artic...
IZO

Warren, MI

#36 Mar 5, 2010
Ivermectin 1.87% Horse Paste by weight - each mark is 100lbs. I am trying this for ONE MONTH. Tonight is day 9 or 10 - lost count right now it is late! Biosilk Oil has Citronella oil in it and is a natural mite attractant - helps to pull the mites OUT of the skin. It also has BB in it which helps to kill the mites, I believe. Working well. Patty is spraying Ivermectin mixed with water - look for her post - all over her body with a spray bottle and it is working! I might do that, too!
IZO
hope

Pierrefonds, Canada

#37 Mar 6, 2010
Lucci,
thanks yr quick reply. Yes, i am very well aware of Lyme , and that other disease; i do not have any of the symptoms, like swelling, pain, fibres, etc. I just got one black hair, now and then. Not so many fibres like i have seen on the web.
If one has lyme or morgellons, you glow in the dark when lights are shut. Thank God, i do not have any of this. I got lots of relief from kleen greene; baths, I have cleaned up my body except for my arms and legs since i was misdiagnosed by the doctors ; hence, I have kept it on me for all these years.
I have read on scabies sites, that babies who contract this bug, gets lots of black pepper coming out of their skin ; so which could be my case too , though i am not a baby but i have very tender and sensitive skin. And I have gone for blood tests and the doctors were relieved and told me to continue my kleen greene baths if they are helping me and to come back eventually after some time for a checkup.
I remember how it all started on me, blisters, pin dots like mosquito bites, tunnels, and pricking, crawling feeling. blisters on my arms, elbows, ankles, knees only, which are signs of scabies but doctors today are not quite aware of scabies symptoms and kept giving me wrong treatment; calling it dermatitis, eczema, etc, etc. while the bugs are multipling underneath!!! and spread all over me from the scratching and I was so ignorant about these bugs.
I will try borax next week and I will post the results on this forum. Many thanks for your help anyhow..
itchnscratchymom

Seattle, WA

#38 Mar 31, 2010
Took in a dying chihuahua puppy about two weeks ago who passed on some type of mites to me and my husband, I think, We're battling this and have used oregano oil, tea tree oil , sulfur shampoo, orange oil, medicated body powder, and God knows what else to relieve the itchies. How do we do this right? I've bleached all the bed clothes, washed and dried everything in HOT water and heated dryer, shampooed my carpets, and still we're experiencing the rash, bumps and itching. Now, my six year old has a few bumps on his backside. HELP!!! We're desperate to stop itching. I just started the oregano oil, topically. Will this work? Incidentally, the pup didn't make it, and we're all still itching...
Lucci

East Elmhurst, NY

#39 Mar 31, 2010
Itchnscratchymom, One thing you need to do is isolate a few days worth of clothes for you and your family. Put all freshly laundered clothes into new clean clear plastic bins with tightly fitting covers. Get those disinfectant wipes and wipe out the bin before putting the clean clothes in.
For now, every item of clothes you take off your body, put into a closed bin destined for the laundry. Use the same bin(s) over and over for contaminated clothes. Handle clothes once, so skip putting them into a laundry hamper, then the plastic bin. Go right to the bin. No infested clothes on the floor.
Lucci

East Elmhurst, NY

#40 Mar 31, 2010
This is a continuation of the previous post...
Use rubber gloves if you can when handling dirty laundry. Also, try to clean the bins out after you throw the clothes in the washing machine. I used to burn menthol crystals in the bin for a few hours, turn off the heat under the menthol and leave it sit overnight with the lid sealed on. It kills the bugs. Then when you get around to throwing clothes into the bin, they have the menthol smell in there to help kill the bugs. Leave clothes in these bins overnight or longer if possible to hopefully kill anything living in them. What you are trying to do is kill the bugs BEFORE you even get the clothes into the washing machine because every time you handle infested clothes, you risk re-infestation of yourself and thus the vicious cycle begins again. Good source for crystals is mountainroseherbs.com . Get a 1lb bag.
Lucci

East Elmhurst, NY

#41 Mar 31, 2010
It is very important to keep clean clothes isolated. What you can't deal with or aren't wearing, throw into large plastic bags and seal or mentholate the clothes and then seal. It will mean buying a bunch of bins (try home depot, they had some good deals on bins—just make sure to check them well because some bins have air holes punched into the handles. You can buy those if you tape the air holes closed. Another thing you can do with clothes or any fabrics (pillows, curtains, etc. is to use some moth balls, the kind with PARA something or other in their name. I hate them with a passion and they are toxic, but I needed to know that if I sealed something up, I wouldn't get re-infested when I opened the bags. I also used menthol crystals to make sure things were bug free. I'll link you to Shannons site for more on that. Beware! they did a lot of things that are toxic in my humble opinion. Be smart about this. You have a child and children are much more suseptible to organ injury. There are a lot of natural cleaners that work. Expensive, but they work. You can use Kleen green Natually by Ginesis or Bug Arrest. I haven't used bug arrest but have heard good things about it. I have it here as it just came in the mail. It's about half the price of Kleen green. They are non-toxic. Shannons site: http://www.shanspirations.org/...
Watch the video link I'm going to post at the bottom of this message and search out more from the people who put it up. It will show you how to deal with the home environment. They went a very extreme route throwing away most of their belongings. When I got infested I threw a lot of my stuff away, but was able to get things under control and the home environment seems good now, but I am sick with whatever the bugs infected me with. I didn't just have itching, I had biting and crawling too.
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If the bugs are biting try to prevent them from going into the ears, nose, eyes and private parts. I didn't know about that and think that is how they delivered sickness to me. I would put vaseline around all open orifices of the body if I knew back then what I know now.
You can decide if you want to use Diatomaceous Earth. I bought it but chickened out. Just used in on mattress and in pillows before I sealed them in plastic liners. It's not great to breathe it and I hate the feeling on my hands and it could possibly wreck your vacuum.
Oh... alot of people will tell you to keep changing your vacuum cleaner bags. I got a good hepa Still more continued...
vacuum (miele). The one for $300 and went for the extra $50 to buy the true hepa filter which replaces the one that is in there. I haven't changed the bag in 3 months. When not using it, I take the big clunky attachment off and put the narrowest attachment with the smallest opening on and tape it closed. I haven't had any problem. Also, the hyclean vacuum bag with the blue collar is the one you want to buy for replacement bags because it has a little flap on it that seals the contents of the bag when you open the machine to change bags. I accidentally bought the wrong replacement bags and they don't have that flap.
I feel for you deeply. Make sure your hubby is helping you with this. It is very stressful and frightening to have to go through.
Hope it helps and if you have questions feel free to ask. I would be happy to help.
Cynthia

Rio Rancho, NM

#42 Apr 13, 2010
I think I had a case of collumbella mite overpopulation. We had a suicide in our family and I was in extreme stress. I was itching constantly. I tried lots of things but what cured me was apple cider vinegar with the "mother" in it.(Bragg's is a good brand)Turns out my body chemistry had become acidic and this brought me back to alkalinity. Only took one day. ACV is such a good old fashioned tonic I will have it every day for the rest of my life! Hope this helps someone!
Lucci

East Elmhurst, NY

#43 Apr 14, 2010
Cynthia wrote:
I think I had a case of collumbella mite overpopulation. We had a suicide in our family and I was in extreme stress. I was itching constantly. I tried lots of things but what cured me was apple cider vinegar with the "mother" in it.(Bragg's is a good brand)Turns out my body chemistry had become acidic and this brought me back to alkalinity. Only took one day. ACV is such a good old fashioned tonic I will have it every day for the rest of my life! Hope this helps someone!
Cynthia, how much apple cider vinegar did you take and what the heck is the "mother" you are referring to?
I have my doubts that this treatment worked in one day. I've been trying to get my body alkaline through diet and can tell you it is a very difficult thing to do. It requires balance of food. Unless you were just mildly acidic to begin with, I don't see how you could have pushed the body into an alkaline state in one day. Did you measure the alkalinity using PH sticks?

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