Morgellons and Lyme from mite infections

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For people who want simple answers or who cant invest themselves in actually reading this thread your only doing a disservice to yourselves and won't reap the benefits that understanding can bring you.
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I did read and ordered nearly everything you listed. I was just curios of your former symptoms
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Fred,

Your conclusion that suffers of mites are normally infected with multiple parasites and/or other diseases is again dead right-on.

I think the range of possibilities is large and while the mite may be a likely carrier/vector these co-infections, I am not convinced mites are the vector in all co-infections. For example, mites normally are not blood meal critters and many of the co-infections I think we are seeing are blood borne. If the mite is not the vector, this begs the question, how and what is the source of the blood borne co-infections?

In my personal case, about the time I defeated scabies it became apparent that I also had another parasite infection with similar but distinct symptoms. After the scabies were gone, we ID'd the secondary infection as a blood borne zoonotic (animal transmitted) Filariasis -- of the subcutaneous onchocerciasis type (aka "River blindness"/and "elephantiasis"). The disease is comprised of adult worms which live within the body, which daily bear thousands of live larva (microfilaria) that enter the blood system -- hoping to be withdrawn in a blood meal by a mosquito. The microfilaria raise havoc with the skin and are the source of elephantiasis.

Like HIV the underlying adult Filariasis parasite (by transmitting interferon) can mask itself entirely from the immune system's defense. Its hydrophyllic protection barrier (somewhat like the mite) and a DNA cloning systen makes it almost immune from any type of drug. In fact, today's medical community has admitted there is no pharmaceutical treatment that can eradicate it. In certain Africa countries it is a disaster.

Accordingly, I have also been independently looking at the natural tinctures, oxytreatments, and the like, as a pathway treatment (not knowing you were doing the same). I've ID'd a couple from India namely Streblus asper Lour (called Filacid), but haven't been able to get my hands on it. It's success rate is reportedly excellent based upon the Indian medical literature.

I haven't considered or studied your suggested cocktail (just now becoming aware of it) on my bug, but wonder what you think its success might be, given that is an entirely different type of bug than those you cited (or probably considered)? Do you think your cocktail would be more or less generic?

If you would, please take a look at my bug and tell me what you think?

FYI, I am able to contain my bug, but not kill it.

I am employing my dietary/detox regimes, which we both agree are essential. My dietary programs incidentally include consuming about 1/2-1 oz per day diatomaceous earth (normally in a fresh whole green vegetable drink, e.g. lettuce), a small amount of food grade H2O2 in distilled water (which provides I think the same oxygen that your Oxylift does at a low cost and move the body's PH more to the basic side of the scale), and Neem -- This is an internal/daily protocol -- in addition to a plethora of raw foods and natural water. My protocol and other supplements (non-denatured Whey Isolate) are designed to elevate my glutathione levels, which I think your protocol is also doing.[This dietary regime in my case helped knock off the scabies.]

I recently purchased the Skin Parasite Book and was rather impressed about how much our daily diet impacts skin critters. A good diet can substantially abate symptoms and if employed with mine/your protocols kill them completely. At least they did in my case. I would recommend the book for all scabies sufferers. http://www.skinparasitesebook.com/doctors.htm...
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As an aside, I note what appears to be similarities in what we are trying to accomplish in our different protocols, both recognizing a similar set of contagions (e.g. getting more O2 into the cell, cleaning the blood, moving away from an acidic PH, getting toxins safely out of the cell/body, accelerating new cell growth, and the like). I find this interesting in that we haven't communicated and I haven't been on this site (until a couple of days ago) for about a year.

I guess good science takes similar paths.

Again, full marks my friend for your leadership, incredible research and enormous effort in this area, including your new excellent work in the herb tincture area.
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Here is something that will be a great aid to detoxification; It actually is quite amazing.

Take this away from food, this also opens everything up inside you.

1/2 cup cilantro
1/2 cup parsley
500 mg bromelain
250mg- 500 mg niacin , vitamin B3 (not niacinamide) you have to work up to this because you'll get some skin flushing
1 tablespoon honey
4 oz water
blender until its liquid- once a day, blend it then blend some more so it's not chunky, you will feel this on your skin in a few minutes after drinking it, it's actually pretty awesome.

Every ones health is effected by biofilms, its just what pathogens do and scientist and doctors are just starting to realize it's role.

http://www.wellnessresources.com/health/artic...

"In a pathogenic state such fungus form biofilms, weed-like structures I refer to as germ gangs. A common example is that of Candida albicans, which has become a national epidemic due primarily to the overuse of antibiotics, especially when accompanied by high sugar diets and/or excessive alcohol intake.
This new study indicates that bromelain dissolves the formation of these biofilms, thereby inhibiting the spread of germ gangs from taking over more turf."

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19308800

"Biofilm was penetrated by biocidal substances in honey."

http://www.naturalnews.com/033168_niacin_deto...

" niacin is a booster rocket for detoxification"

This is because it attacks fat cells that hold toxins and dilates capalaries.

More about toxic fat cells;

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

here is a link on parsley and cilantro;

http://www.headfirstyoga.com/2013/01/two-simp...
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Kentucky789 wrote:
I did read and ordered nearly everything you listed. I was just curios of your former symptoms
...Beatles are overrated
Kentucky I had a microscopic analysis done by a top level pathologist and was given a pathology report saying I had morgellons disease. The reasons he had for the existence of morgellons didn't make sense. I Read Marc Neuman's site which is excellent and the work done by the Charles Holman foundation. The morgellons is actually a skin manifestation of Lyme and co-inf. The testing for this stuff is so inadequate that it's almost impossible to tell exactly what you are infected with. During the herx the toxins that are released give you an idea of what you have because you will also get some symptoms of those infections. For example during my Herx I had drenching night sweats with fever. These are symptoms of malaria, malaria is a protozoal piroplasm and so is Babesia which is a common co-infection of Lyme. So that you don't leave any pathogens inside you my approach was to assume I had everything and treat with the protocol I built that attacks every type of pathogen and exploits all of the known weaknesses. The beauty of these herbals is that they don't have any side effects other than the herx, They are much more effective than pharmaceuticals like Synthetic ABX and they have many health benefits. I'm 56 and now I'm riding my mountain bike like I was 26, my vision has improved, my slightly receeding hairline grew back some and my skin looks great.

Here is the latest from the Charles Holman group;

http://f1000research.com/articles/2-118/v1

"Morgellons: a novel dermatological perspective as the multisystem infective disease borreliosis"
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Fred,
Your conclusion that suffers of mites are normally infected with multiple parasites and/or other diseases is again dead right-on.

In my personal case, about the time I defeated scabies it became apparent that I also had another parasite infection with similar but distinct symptoms. After the scabies were gone, we ID'd the secondary infection as a blood borne zoonotic (animal transmitted) Filariasis -- of the subcutaneous onchocerciasis type (aka "River blindness"/and "elephantiasis"). The disease is comprised of adult worms which live within the body, which daily bear thousands of live larva (microfilaria) that enter the blood system -- hoping to be withdrawn in a blood meal by a mosquito. The microfilaria raise havoc with the skin and are the source of elephantiasis.
Like HIV the underlying adult Filariasis parasite (by transmitting interferon) can mask itself entirely from the immune system's defense. Its hydrophyllic protection barrier (somewhat like the mite) and a DNA cloning systen makes it almost immune from any type of drug. In fact, today's medical community has admitted there is no pharmaceutical treatment that can eradicate it. In certain Africa countries it is a disaster.
Accordingly, I have also been independently looking at the natural tinctures, oxytreatments, and the like, as a pathway treatment (not knowing you were doing the same). I've ID'd a couple from India namely Streblus asper Lour (called Filacid), but haven't been able to get my hands on it. It's success rate is reportedly excellent based upon the Indian medical literature.
I haven't considered or studied your suggested cocktail (just now becoming aware of it) on my bug, but wonder what you think its success might be, given that is an entirely different type of bug than those you cited (or probably considered)? Do you think your cocktail would be more or less generic?
If you would, please take a look at my bug and tell me what you think?
FYI, I am able to contain my bug, but not kill it.
I am employing my dietary/detox regimes, which we both agree are essential. My dietary programs incidentally include consuming about 1/2-1 oz per day diatomaceous earth (normally in a fresh whole green vegetable drink, e.g. lettuce), a small amount of food grade H2O2 in distilled water (which provides I think the same oxygen that your Oxylift does at a low cost and move the body's PH more to the basic side of the scale), and Neem -- This is an internal/daily protocol -- in addition to a plethora of raw foods and natural water. My protocol and other supplements (non-denatured Whey Isolate) are designed to elevate my glutathione levels, which I think your protocol is also doing.[This dietary regime in my case helped knock off the scabies.]
I recently purchased the Skin Parasite Book and was rather impressed about how much our daily diet impacts skin critters. A good diet can substantially abate symptoms and if employed with mine/your protocols kill them completely. At least they did in my case. I would recommend the book for all scabies sufferers. http://www.skinparasitesebook.com/doctors.htm...
Co;
The food grade H202 causes oxidative stress and it's counter productive.
Oxylift ccreates oxygen inside your cells and is an ionic formula with respiratory enzymes and trace minerals, it replicates what your body does natuarally and restores cell function.

The herbs i chose, I chose carefully and invested alot of energy in finding The Usnea and Chanca Piedra are particularly amazing. The protocol is designed strategically to take advantage of many strategies.
The Rosemary Inhibits quorum sensing and the cinnamon drive the stuff into the tissues. What makes this protocol so amazingly effective is synergy.

http://anh-europe.org/files/Michael_McIntyre_...

"Synergy-a key herbal concept"

The protocol above will kill your bug and any other pathogens you are carrying around too.
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Reasons for treatment failures of these types of pathogens is that the treatment isn't long enough because this stuff gets in your bone marrow, most treatments don't cross the blood brain barrier so you need ones that do and biofilms aren't treated.

Co;
The Chanka piedra will be effective against Filariasis but if you want to get a new lease on life , feel 10 years younger and get All the parasites out then the above recipe is the way to go.
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You need to stop the Diatomaceous Earth. It messes up your immune system. There is alot of conjencture about
chrystaline and amorphous silica. It's actually tiny shards of broken glass. It works by abrading what it comes in contact with. It also migrates slowly through the body by perforating tissue. It perforates the Gi tract where most of your immunity is. DE is supposed to be amorphous and therefor safe , all amorphous silica has some chrystaline silica in it. But that doesn't really matter because it is all damaging to health. I know this because when I was in in Navy for 11 years I worked on optics and studied physics and glass chemistry.
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One of the things you have to overcome is intracellular infections of the cell mitochondria. The borrielia bacteria actually sheds it's cell wall so it is small enough to get inside your cells. There are a few items in the protocol that will take acre of intracellular infections and one is the Houttuynia.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18981565

"These data suggest that HCWE is stable and beneficial in the treatment of bacterial infection including intracellularly replicating pathogens"

en.cnki.com .cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-SYYD7 02.024.htm

"Pharmacological researches show that Houttuynia cordata has the functions of antibiosis,antivirus,increasin g immunity and anti inflammation."

/www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/ cpb/54/7/54_7_936/_article

" Both results indicate that HCT fractions inhibit cell wall synthesis as like as β-lactam antibiotics" (Penicillin, Amoxicillin, Ampicillin, Carbapenem, & more)

The houttuynia i suggest from maxnature has these bullet points you can find the same thing elsewhere for 3 times the price;

*Manufactured using Unsulfured, Chlorine free, Aluminum Phosphate free herbs when possible
*Low Temperature, Full Spectrum extracted to preserve herb integrity
*Essential oils carefully preserved and monitored to ensure taste, & efficacy
*Spray-dried with minimal carriers and fillers
*Microbials and heavy metals tested
*No preservatives
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I'm going on vacation abroad, please help me with a "travel essentials" list, out of your comprehensive notes. Thanks.
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If you want to protect yourself use Chanca Piedra tincture 10 drops once a day mixed with Usnea tincture 10 drops, in a glass of water.

If you start to have herxheimer reaction symptoms then you have some kind of infection.
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I read the news today oh boy........

http://www.marconews.com/news/2013/may/28/ask...

"There are 30 Bartonella-like or “Bart” species; you can get infected from cat bites/scratches, mites, fleas, mosquitoes, biting flies and ticks. Sadly, antibody blood tests only detect a few strains. So your test result may say negative for Bart (and Lyme for that matter) but you still have it."

" Physicians unaware of the limitations of standard ELISA blood tests mistakenly accept a “negative” result and diagnose you with a neurological or autoimmune disease, fibromyalgia, CFS or any one of 300 diseases that Lyme mimics. It’s a terrible oversight because you might really have Lyme and co-infections like Bart, Babesia or Ehrlichia."

You might as well just treat for everything.
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FRED wrote:
Oh yeah , I am cured.
Hi Fred, if you do not mind could you please inbox me, I have some questions for you about how to go about seeing an infectious disease specialist (I cannot seem to find one that will talk/see me) and need some good advice on how to treat my 8 year old.

Ichy99...San Jose, Ca.
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Hi Fred, if you do not mind could you please inbox me, I have some questions for you about how to go about seeing an infectious disease specialist (I cannot seem to find one that will talk/see me) and need some good advice on how to treat my 8 year old.
Ichy99...San Jose, Ca.
Sure, I can see how you're having difficulty with that.
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FRED wrote:
Mites carry infections that they pass to humans who have mite infections.
*borriela
*Bartonella
*Babesia
*Erlichia
*Mycoplasma
The above are the most common but there are more.
Bartonella in mites, mites are arthropods.
http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/18/1/11-0186...
http://web.ncsu.edu/abstract/science/bartonel...
http://web.ncsu.edu/abstract/science/bartonel...
http://web.ncsu.edu/abstract/science/bartonel...
Babesia in mites;
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Mi...
" Mites and ticks carry viruses, bacteria, spirochetes, babesias, anaplasmata, theileriae, and microfilariae"
Mycoplasma in mites;
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7159311
There needs to be much more research in this neglected area but there are sufficient studies to draw a conclusion that if you have or have had a mite infection you more than likely have also been infected with another pathogen.
Borrieia is the spirochete bacteria associated with Lyme disease although it is now known that chronic lyme is a collection of infection that affect health in many ways, It is also known as multiple infection syndrome.
Borrielia in mites;
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16187890
The Lyme disease a person acquires from a mite infection can develop into Morgellons disease. Morgellons disease is actually a skin manifestation of Lyme disease but the lyme disease is fully systemic in the body.
http://f1000research.com/articles/2-25/v1
http://f1000research.com/articles/2-118/v1
The mite infection is difficult to get rid of, clove capsules work, but the impression that people still have scabies on this forum for sometimes years after they treated extensively is wrong. This why doctors will tell you that if you have treated that much and still have mites your crazy. What the doctors aren't aware of is that these infections can and do cause very similar symptoms on the skin to scabies. Then the person doesn't realize that the mites are gone and they are now dealing with something that has more severe long term consequences. I could name a lot of scabies forum veterans who refuse to or can't make this connection.
In this thread there is a lot of information, the borax cure itself is not effective. I have posted pertinent information from post #1400 on.
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/T7U...
About mites - always use a premium 10% sulfur soap. I have lived through it all dear hearts, and I still wash daily.

Go to www.ScabiesSoap.com ( all mites not just scabies) and also SAL3.com

Here's a deal on Amazon for a sample 4 pack for only $19 : http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AZEBAB4/ref=cm_sw...

don't anyone dare say I am spamming, this is advice based on my success.
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charlie too wrote:
I'm going on vacation abroad, please help me with a "travel essentials" list, out of your comprehensive notes. Thanks.
I travel to Asia frequently where I was born.
I always bring 10% sulfur soap from this brand - www.ScabiesSoap.com

Make sure to wash your whole body with the soap at least every other day.

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