How I Killed Scabies In Less Than A H...
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#247 Jun 4, 2013
FRED wrote:
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It is irresponsible and dangerous to suggest using MMS as it is very detrimental to peoples short and long term health.
http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressA...
"Consumers who have MMS should stop using it immediately and throw it away. "
Just as we would throw all your homeopathy and herbs that you push here on this forum, Fred.
FRED

Golden, CO

#248 Jun 4, 2013
cindilu wrote:
All the poison I'm rubbing on my skin is not curing me.
cindilu wrote:
All the poison I'm rubbing on my skin is not curing me.
It does induce severe neurotoxicity though and at the high doses she was using daily , 45% permethrin, for an extended period of time she will have to endure this nervous system damage for the rest of her life. The brain is part of the central nervous system so this level of neurotoxicity also dramatically influences thought processes.

http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php...

"Permethrin is neurotoxic at high doses. It produces a variety of clinical neurotoxic effects in animals. Some of those effects are tremors, salivation, paresthesia, splayed gait, depressed reflexes, and tiptoe gait; reversible axonal injury occurs at high doses (Brammer, 1989; Robinson, 1989a,b). These symptoms appear to be universal for pyrethroids."
FRED

Golden, CO

#249 Jun 4, 2013
cindilu wrote:
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I've used 45% Permethrin for the past five (5) months! Does not cure!
She posted that she was finally cured by 45% permethrin when she left this forum after having it fail for so very long. It's just not possible, poor lost soul.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#250 Jun 4, 2013
FRED wrote:
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She posted that she was finally cured by 45% permethrin when she left this forum after having it fail for so very long. It's just not possible, poor lost soul.
Cindilu was a troll and trouble maker, just as you are, Fred.

If anyone here ia a poor lost soul, it is YOU.

Many people on this forum were cured with inexpensive pipettes of 45% permethrin.

They tried it, it worked, and they moved on.

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA

#251 Jun 7, 2013
PTSS wrote:
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I don't know what you have tried to get rid of the scabies. For how long you have had them.Just applying cream and or taking the pill is not enough. We went through this whole house changing out bed lining every day,clothes went from being worn right to a plastic bag along with towels and wash clothes. We encased our box springs in plastic and put zippered plastic mattress covers on our mattresses. All furniture was covered in plastic. We put on plastic gloves in the morning and left them on until we went to bed,we keep socks and a slipper or shoes on all the time,We have sprayed the carpets with Lysol. We shower every day.Every thing wasable goes into thw washing machine on a hot water cycle and then into the dryer on high temperature. All of the above plus and we still had the scabies.
Smoking for me was never an option I quit 12 years ago so I and my younger brother who also quit smoking before me, started using the 21mg nicotine patch a week ago, I might as you so nicely said be full of BS but I no longer have the scabies and neither does my younger brother.
It's a free world I just wanted to offer an alternate treatment to others who have have had a hard time getting rid of this biting little monster, There was a tremendous amount of research done by the person or company who have a patent on using micotine as an human pesticide.
Good luck, I hope you rid yourself of this monster, mine is gone, nicotine appears to be the reason.
Hmm, well in early march I had $1400, went down to $47.58 quickly, just from buying oils, alcohol hand sanitizer, borax, H202, ammonia, permethrin so I can make a formula for the carpet, sulpher soaps, neem soaps, sulfer shampoo, MSM liquid, cream and shampoo, vasline grapeseed oil, coconut oil castor oil, mineral oil, clove bid oil clove leaf oil, orange oil, eucalyptus oil, lavender oil, menthol and camphor mixtures from an asian store which Fred states are no good, he posted a link, and now I just read that the FDA warns against drinking MSM, but I was told from a herbalist last week who says that MSM is actually good, but you have to know which one to buy, alot of them contain lead. She says "the ones made from Germans is the best" (Jarrow?) I am still not sure. I do not drink it now because I am taking clove capsules, but I still apply on skin.

House hold cleaners alone will break the bank as well. I have also purchased ivermectin paste (3 packs) mixed the apple flavored with coconut oil and rubbed it all over me and my son last week, it helped him some, but not me...but then I want to give it another shot, I will have to do it every 2-3 days since I hear the eggs hatch that often and not every week like the derms think. with applying ivermectin paste you have to be really careful not to OD, only mix the correct amount of paste into your carrier oil and then apply it.

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA

#252 Jun 9, 2013
todd wrote:
hi everyone
i am medical herbalist, and re: tobacco yes it is effective topically as a fomentation, liniment, ointment or poultice, and i wouldn't be over-concerned if it had a limited application - but for larger applications we might want to consider other herbs, for e.g. neem and turmeric, poke root, lakspur, but you should always consult a knowledgeable practitioner
in NA, check out the americanherbalistsguild.com for a resource near you (search by state/province)
Hi Todd, I use both clove Bud and Clove leaf oil in my daily regimens and I am thinkomg of trying Clove stem oil, since it contains more eugenol , do you feel this may be even more effective at treating skin mites?, than the Clove bud oil. Your thoughts please.

TY
Bughater

United States

#253 Jun 16, 2013
You should try borax with akapulco of the philippines.extract the juice of akapulco leaves and set aside,dilute 1tbs of seasalt in 2 tbs of warm water and mixed it to juice of akapulco leaves,make sure that it can cover all parts of your body u have to start from your scalp down to your toes,bc scabies did not go down they always go upward,do it every other night before you sleep wash it in the morning with sulfur soap.Not to mention the furnitures,shirts,etc..,i know you already know that,then after 3 weeks post your story.Tnx god bless

Since: Apr 13

Mountain View, CA

#254 Jun 17, 2013
Interesting...but where would one buy Alkapulco (Cassia) leaves?

http://www.iohsad.org/blog/10/09/akapulko-ant...
lisa

San Antonio, TX

#255 Jun 17, 2013
My Mom and I have been using NEEM. They don't like it but it's not getting rid of them.
I used apple cider vinegar last night and got some results. Also I"m taking NEEM internally and starting garlic tonight.
Epson salt baths? Well I'll try that tonight.
I have no idea what this bug is but it's an epidemic that no one is talking about and the Doctors know CRAP! they keep trying to give out anti depressants. Chemicals don't seem to have any effect on them.
FRED

Golden, CO

#256 Jun 17, 2013
lisa wrote:
My Mom and I have been using NEEM. They don't like it but it's not getting rid of them.
I used apple cider vinegar last night and got some results. Also I"m taking NEEM internally and starting garlic tonight.
Epson salt baths? Well I'll try that tonight.
I have no idea what this bug is but it's an epidemic that no one is talking about and the Doctors know CRAP! they keep trying to give out anti depressants. Chemicals don't seem to have any effect on them.
It's big in Texas.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TP8...

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#257 Jun 17, 2013
lisa wrote:
My Mom and I have been using NEEM. They don't like it but it's not getting rid of them.
I used apple cider vinegar last night and got some results. Also I"m taking NEEM internally and starting garlic tonight.
Epson salt baths? Well I'll try that tonight.
I have no idea what this bug is but it's an epidemic that no one is talking about and the Doctors know CRAP! they keep trying to give out anti depressants. Chemicals don't seem to have any effect on them.
What are your symptoms? I was talking to a Doc in Hawaii and he said that he has seen a huge increase in scabies infestations in the year.
kittyhawk63

Redding, CA

#258 Jun 19, 2013
I found two way safe ways to treat scabies. But first, a number of years back I worked on staff at a rescue mission as the Drug Rehab Director. I picked up scabies twice there. The men sleeping in the woods would bring them into the mission. My doctor treated me with, if my memory serves me, an insecticide. I had to bathe in it. I never did that again. It's far too dangerous.
The two treatments I have found are Tea Tree Oil ( http://www.amazon.com/Tea-Tree-100-Pure-Essen... ) and using liquid bandage over each bite. You bathe in the Tea Tree Oil, and you apply the liquid band-aid with the applicator brush inside the bottle.
After bathing (or showering) the liquid bandage would start to peel. I would remove it and apply again over each bite after my skin dried. Both treatments took a couple days to kill the mites. Both helped considerably in alleviating the terrible itching.
BTW, the Tea Tree Oil was a recommendation I found on another website on treating scabies. The liquid bandage was my brainchild. It just popped into my head that it would block oxygen to these critters, so I tried it. I am not sure if blocked oxygen is what killed them, but they died. Maybe the liquid bandage was toxic to them.
I hope these two solutions will help someone else.
tabby

United States

#259 Jun 20, 2013
does bleach work thats what i been doin plz help dont want my 1year old to get it
tabby

United States

#260 Jun 20, 2013
tabby wrote:
does bleach work thats what i been doin plz help dont want my 1year old to get it
and my step son has it bad he just took a bleach bath this is the 2nd time i had it but its been a few years back the doc gave me cream an it worked real good it was gone in 2 days i have 4 kids of my own and 3step sons plz plz plz HELP!!!!!!!!
Becky

New York, NY

#261 Jun 20, 2013
tabby wrote:
<quoted text> and my step son has it bad he just took a bleach bath this is the 2nd time i had it but its been a few years back the doc gave me cream an it worked real good it was gone in 2 days i have 4 kids of my own and 3step sons plz plz plz HELP!!!!!!!!
Did you go to the hospital? They should give you perm cream, you should use it 3x 7 days apart. Clean everything shoes, sheets, clothes, bag all toys for at least 3 weeks I would put the new moth balls in the bag. They help kill mites and bugs.
WCrN

Seffner, FL

#262 Jun 20, 2013
What I have I got from my cat apparently and the itching is almost nonexistent compared to what I'm reading about here. I don't have the money yet to treat my cat, and she likely got it from some strays that stay around. I used the Permecthin cream and cleaned everything, washed all clothesin hot water etc, but since I couldn't treat my cat yet ( not to mention the strays I have to deal with), Imgot reinfected. Is this a less serious kind of scabies? I'm doing research now and just need more info if anyone can help. To make matters worse I am disabled so I barely make it with my fixed income as it is. I'm going to try the Permecthin again, and my cat will have to stay outside for now. What is the best thing to kill the mites in the house? I know they can't live off of the host for mot than 36 hours, at least the kind that comes from cats I guess. If anyone can help with any psuggestions and info that would be great.
Caring nurse

Euless, TX

#263 Jun 23, 2013
No I have found nothing works ! I have tried the ivermectin to b most effective in serious cases and there is neutracutical company I jhabe the worse infestation and intend to write a thesis on this complete w graphic video if anyone wants my opinion or number email me please K35h at hotmail
Matt Lee

Uniontown, PA

#264 Jun 24, 2013
Apply a thin layer of Vick's vaporub from head to toe. Leave on for 30 minutes. In the meanwhile, run a tub of hot water till it's 3/4 full. Put in 3 cups epsom salts, 3 cups Borax, and before you get in, a bottle (16oz.) hydrogen peroxide. Soak for 30 minutes. Repeat bath for 2 consecutive days. Make sure to cut your fingernails and sterilize the nailcutters. They are often transferred from scratching, and can live under the nails. Make sure to wash all bed linnens and clothes in hot water and borax.The campfor in Vicks is a natural insecticide and repellant. The natural oils in it start to suffocate the mites, bringing them to the surface. The hydrogen peroxide(H202) is just oxygenated water, It activates the sulfides (magnesium sulfate and calcium sulfate) in epsom salts.(MgSO4). The Borax or boric acid (Na2B4O710H2O) is a natural insecticide, and anesthetic. It helps the skin heal, while it kills remaining mites that may exist. Works like a charm!
Matt Lee

Uniontown, PA

#265 Jun 24, 2013
Apply a thin layer of Vick's vaporub from head to toe. Leave on for 30 minutes. In the meanwhile, run a tub of hot water till it's 3/4 full. Put in 3 cups epsom salts, 3 cups Borax, and before you get in, a bottle (16oz.) hydrogen peroxide. Soak for 30 minutes. Repeat bath for 2 consecutive days. Make sure to cut your fingernails and sterilize the nailcutters. They are often transferred from scratching, and can live under the nails. Make sure to wash all bed linnens and clothes in hot water and borax.
The campfor in Vicks is a natural insecticide and repellant. The natural oils in it start to suffocate the mites, bringing them to the surface. The hydrogen peroxide(H202) is just oxygenated water, It activates the sulfides (magnesium sulfate and calcium sulfate) in epsom salts.(MgSO4). Sulfides have been used for years to treat this condition.(around 25 A.D.) The Borax or boric acid (Na2B4O710H2O) is a natural insecticide, and anesthetic. It helps the skin heal, while it kills remaining mites that may exist. It also helps with itching. Works like a charm! I had results from just 1 application and 1 bath. Doctors prescribed Lindane solution and it didn't work. It contains neurotoxins and is known to cause brain cancer.
matt Lee

Uniontown, PA

#266 Jun 24, 2013
In the above post(s) I meant antiseptic, not anesthetic...lol.
This is a very effective treatment, please send feedback...:)

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