Since: May 12

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#3614 May 5, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
Fred, there are people who have mites, who get rid of them with toxic chemicals.
Why not just celebrate the fact that they got rid of the mites?
Those who continue to have problems, can then come to you for nematode/detox/lyme advice, OK?
But you don't have to pee on Cindilu's parade.
If people want to follow her example, then they will. If they want to follow yours, they will.
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This is true. I think it's true for me. But I have to get rid of the bugs... otherwise I just end up with bugs and bacteria.
Of coarse people can make up their own minds, you're stating the obvious.
After following this forum for two years pretty closely what I will tell you is that many people who come on here to post they are cured using freedom 45 or advantix blue, same thing, go on to relapse in fact the great majority of them, in fact only one person stayed cured from that that I know of and it is a very detrimental way to go. If you want a good history lesson in this so called treatment go read the whole imidacloprid thread. What does work just to get rid of mites is clove capsules and then you don't have to become neurotoxic and do liver damage and risk high carcinogenic exposure.

12-15 clove capsules a day 4-5 after each meal for a month, they will be gone in two to three weeks.If you still have symptoms after that you have something besides mites.
umathr

Rockville, MD

#3615 May 5, 2013
healed wrote:
Umathr have u tried ivermectin?
No I have not. Thanks for asking thouhg.
JONES

Naples, FL

#3616 May 6, 2013
Look I've been wondering if going to the look could cure this??? I'm a life gurad and I got this when I feel in he woods its been about 2 weeks and its spread all over my neck and my genatial region and my arm and neck ts quite sever on my never and its getting pretty bad down there but the point is when I got into the water j had underqaew in and j had to keep them on because it not like j can go change everytime j ha e to jump in the water to save a life and j noticed that they were going away on they because they were countionsly getting wet by the clorax water, maybe a excessive exposure to the cloeax /pool CAn help, haven't been able to work so I can't really text this ad its just a theory I extend a helping hand to those in need and say don't lose hope I can't lose hope I'm only 17 and I want these things gone,/ the permithum actually world when I first took it but it got worse do that usejally happenen.? I think I'm going to try the bleach in a hot shower with 4-6 cups of bleach hopefully it works this is the first time doing it so its along shot for me, I'm gona sit there for an hour till the water cools down then wait 10-15 minutes till te tub fills up and go again I'm gona contuine to post this here and read about your stories j hope we could all find a cure for this infestation!!! I'm also going to date this so I know when j posted it and at what time might just be a way to keep my self sane from the itch 5/6/13 3:15 am

Since: Jan 13

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#3617 May 6, 2013
JONES wrote:
Look I've been wondering if going to the look could cure this??? I'm a life gurad and I got this when I feel in he woods its been about 2 weeks and its spread all over my neck and my genatial region and my arm and neck ts quite sever on my never and its getting pretty bad down there but the point is when I got into the water j had underqaew in and j had to keep them on because it not like j can go change everytime j ha e to jump in the water to save a life and j noticed that they were going away on they because they were countionsly getting wet by the clorax water, maybe a excessive exposure to the cloeax /pool CAn help, haven't been able to work so I can't really text this ad its just a theory I extend a helping hand to those in need and say don't lose hope I can't lose hope I'm only 17 and I want these things gone,/ the permithum actually world when I first took it but it got worse do that usejally happenen.? I think I'm going to try the bleach in a hot shower with 4-6 cups of bleach hopefully it works this is the first time doing it so its along shot for me, I'm gona sit there for an hour till the water cools down then wait 10-15 minutes till te tub fills up and go again I'm gona contuine to post this here and read about your stories j hope we could all find a cure for this infestation!!! I'm also going to date this so I know when j posted it and at what time might just be a way to keep my self sane from the itch 5/6/13 3:15 am
Don't use household bleach on your skin, you'll burn yourself! Pool bleach and household bleach are different!
JONES

Naples, FL

#3618 May 6, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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Don't use household bleach on your skin, you'll burn yourself! Pool bleach and household bleach are different!
thank you and do you know what I could use to stop the itching Fri
Like 2 am till 10 I need sleep /:
JONES

Naples, FL

#3619 May 6, 2013
Cheesie wrote:
I was just recently diagnosed with scabies, the night itching was driving me insane & I couldn't sleep.
I put Lyclear all over my body for overnight & washed it off. Also I still have all the bumps. the itching is still here however, & still as bad. The lack of sleep isn't helping.
is it normal for the itching to stay?
right now Im going on a week and yea these this.GA are still staying /:....

Since: Jan 13

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#3620 May 6, 2013
JONES wrote:
<quoted text> right now Im going on a week and yea these this.GA are still staying /:....
Take a shower as hot as you can stand... if you can direct the showerhead to the parts that itch the most.... when you can't stand it a minute more switch it to freezing cold ... when you can't stand that a minute more, switch it back to super hot. Do this as many times as you can. When you get out of the shower rub yourself all over with salt. Take a benadryl or claritin. This will not cure you, but it might help you sleep.

Change all your bedding every day! Wash in super hot water, dry on super hot heat (or sun dry). Use borax and/or ammonia and Arm and Hammer POWDER detergent.

Assume everything you've touched is infected. Spray down your car, home, stuff with windex. Go to the doctor and get a prescription for the cream or the ivermectin pills. If you can't go to the doctor look on this form for the horse paste dosages - you can buy that at a feed store. Or you can take clove pills.
JONES

Naples, FL

#3621 May 6, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
<quoted text>
Take a shower as hot as you can stand... if you can direct the showerhead to the parts that itch the most.... when you can't stand it a minute more switch it to freezing cold ... when you can't stand that a minute more, switch it back to super hot. Do this as many times as you can. When you get out of the shower rub yourself all over with salt. Take a benadryl or claritin. This will not cure you, but it might help you sleep.
Change all your bedding every day! Wash in super hot water, dry on super hot heat (or sun dry). Use borax and/or ammonia and Arm and Hammer POWDER detergent.
Assume everything you've touched is infected. Spray down your car, home, stuff with windex. Go to the doctor and get a prescription for the cream or the ivermectin pills. If you can't go to the doctor look on this form for the horse paste dosages - you can buy that at a feed store. Or you can take clove pills.
thank you sooooo much!!!!!!!
FRED

Golden, CO

#3622 May 6, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
<quoted text>
Take a shower as hot as you can stand... if you can direct the showerhead to the parts that itch the most.... when you can't stand it a minute more switch it to freezing cold ... when you can't stand that a minute more, switch it back to super hot. Do this as many times as you can. When you get out of the shower rub yourself all over with salt. Take a benadryl or claritin. This will not cure you, but it might help you sleep.
Change all your bedding every day! Wash in super hot water, dry on super hot heat (or sun dry). Use borax and/or ammonia and Arm and Hammer POWDER detergent.
Assume everything you've touched is infected. Spray down your car, home, stuff with windex. Go to the doctor and get a prescription for the cream or the ivermectin pills. If you can't go to the doctor look on this form for the horse paste dosages - you can buy that at a feed store. Or you can take clove pills.
Ivermectin doesn't work because it doesn't kill the eggs. There have been people on this forum that have taken Ivermectin daily for months , even put liquid iver in plastic bags and slept with their feet and heads wrapped. On careful examination of this forum you will read the word Ivermectin a lot but there is no evidence of it working when you follow up, those people 99% all relapse.

One of the single biggest mistakes people make on this forum is to damage their skin with excessively hot water or chemicals like Arm and hammer washing soda. Your skin absorbs chemicals and the pores are open even more when the water is hot. This stuff builds up inside you and essentially poisons your internal body functions with long term negative health effects. Also breathing the dust from Arm and hammer washing soda causes health problems.

http://householdproducts.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/...

Spraying chemicals all over your environment doesn't do anything except expose you to more toxins and makes you neurotic.

It's not clove "pills" it's clove capsules. You have to take 12-15 a day, 4-5 after meals. Take them for a month. In a couple weeks the clove will start to build up in your skin so much that you will feel this weird coolness. The mites hate it and it kills them and their eggs but won't hurt you. I know this worked for 4 different people on this forum. "Fightingheretoo" made her own clove capsules from cloves she bought at mountainrose herbs and said they were very powerful. You can buy something like this though at the health store. Borax in the carpets and borax in the laundry. Borax is all you need although some people put enough stuff in the laundry where it sounds like they are making rocket fuel in the washing machine.

http://www.oregonswildharvest.com/owh/browse/...

Yes change your sheets every day and your clothes. While you are taking the clove capsules the mites can smell that so they stay away from you. While you are taking them for a month then the mites die off in your environment unless you have a pet.

If you need relief for your skin mix half tea tree oil with half sweet almond or grapeseed oil.

If the clove capsules don't cure you then you have something else. Really before jumping to the conclusion that you have mites you should get a skin scraping done by an infectious disease specialist, regular doctors or dermatologist are a waste of time and money.

Hungry ghosts you need to quit giving advice on stuff you have no experience with or haven't bothered to research, really this doesn't help anyone.
Sage

Fullerton, CA

#3623 May 6, 2013
It's good to use an exfoliating wash cloth.

What helps to clear an infestation, is sufficient rubbing and exfoliating of the active areas.

These extreme temperatures are damaging to the skin.

Exfoliate with a good sulphur soap.

Use a good clean terry cloth washcloth.

The scabicides to use are ivermectin orally and permethrin topically.
TeamHG

New York, NY

#3624 May 6, 2013
HungryGhost congrats on finding out the bug your fighting. About how big does your bug look like to the naked eye? Good for you not stressing about fighting morgs. Kick that crap in the balls! Your a firecracker, nothing sexier then a strong woman that will do what she needs to do to get the job done!
You will now have boss man Fred comment on how stupid, and dumb you are. Don't listen to him. Keep fighting! You will win. Best of luck to you. Keep us updated on your progress maybe start your own thread so we can see how your fight is going.
Research

New York, NY

#3625 May 6, 2013
Before you take anything even natural remedies research it. Do not give children clove it causes seizures. Huge amounts of anything can cause complications.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/n...
healed

United States

#3626 May 6, 2013
I have had great success these last few days,praise God!! Thank you to the college student who posted here a few days ago with his cure! I did it and IT IS WORKING!!! I have been taking the ivermectin every day for 6 days so far (he said do it 7 days then taper off...so I am doing that). Also, I am applying star anise oil to my skin each night (diluted at least 50-50 with a carrier oil like olive oil now as it was burning me). U can get the star anise oil online or at a health food store and the iver at a farm feed store or online. Take the right dose for ur weight or just a bit more.
healed

United States

#3627 May 6, 2013
Also, u can spot treat with the star anise oil straight and it will kill them quick n heal the sores
healed

United States

#3628 May 6, 2013
It was cba123321 who posted on here about a week ago...so helpful. Thank you.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3629 May 6, 2013
Research wrote:
Before you take anything even natural remedies research it. Do not give children clove it causes seizures. Huge amounts of anything can cause complications.
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/n...
Too much water can kill you. Yes Clove has its hazards like anything else but many people who have done the clove capsules have had no ill effects. Clove oil however which is multitudes stronger will burn your skin. It's kind of like saying drink some 100% hydrochloric acid , probably not a good idea, but you already have hydrochloric acid in your stomach.

Research is one thing , although government sources like the NIH are very untruthful, and context is another. To make good information available you need dependable facts and good context.

In Indonesia cloves are regularly used in their diet.

http://lifestyle.iloveindia.com/lounge/benefi...

I took them for two months to break down biofilms and they actually surprised me how mild they were on the stomach, I expected something else when taking 15 clove capsules a day.
One really neat thing about cloves is that they do break down biofilms over time.

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/klu/myc...

That is a good thing for people who have fungal infections which mites like the smell of.Olive leaf Extract tincture is more effective on fungal infections though if that is the main concern.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3630 May 6, 2013
Sage wrote:
It's good to use an exfoliating wash cloth.
What helps to clear an infestation, is sufficient rubbing and exfoliating of the active areas.
These extreme temperatures are damaging to the skin.
Exfoliate with a good sulphur soap.
Use a good clean terry cloth washcloth.
The scabicides to use are ivermectin orally and permethrin topically.
This is the same advice that has been tried relentlessly on this forum that is easily obtainable on google and that hasn't worked.

Instead of just being compelled to post something that hasn't worked over and over it would serve people well if they just went ant read the imidacloprid thread.

Also if Ivermectin has any chance of working it has to be done specifically taking into consideration the hyperactivity of the P4503a4 enzymes in your liver microsomes and the role of bergamot in disabling those enzymes. The dosing schedule has to be intensive and with NO breaks otherwise there is instant resistance. Another little tidbit of info is that mites also carry the p4503a4 enzyme to metabolize iver, it is their defense mechanism against it and once the enzyme is activated it becomes more resistant with every use. That is why you can't have breaks to let them recover.

Have fun with Iver, it doesn't work anyway and it is very hard on the liver.
umathr

Rockville, MD

#3631 May 6, 2013
I have gotten very good results using sulfur soap, aloe vera gel organic, on my skin. I also take zinc about 60mg three times a day, and I take woormwood, it is an herb anti parasitic. I have gotten very good results I have no symptoms. Scabies hide under the surface tension and under that they hide under individual skin cells. Of course the females burrow into your skin and lay there eggs there. So if you do use the sulfur soap work it into the skin with a wash cloth or a soft bristle bath brush this will kill the scabies on the surface most of them anyway. Aloe gel in my experience is very effective in killing scabies. The vitamin zinc seems to work very well as does the woormwood. I say use aloe gel organic because there are no additives it goes on easy and drys quickly there is no sticky feeling. If you have scabies bad as in areas where there are concentrations of them or just all over your body use the aloe but careful cause it can burn, so do a small area first like the bottom part of your leg to see how it will feel before doing your whole body. good luck
FRED

Golden, CO

#3632 May 6, 2013
umathr wrote:
I have gotten very good results using sulfur soap, aloe vera gel organic, on my skin. I also take zinc about 60mg three times a day, and I take woormwood, it is an herb anti parasitic. I have gotten very good results I have no symptoms. Scabies hide under the surface tension and under that they hide under individual skin cells. Of course the females burrow into your skin and lay there eggs there. So if you do use the sulfur soap work it into the skin with a wash cloth or a soft bristle bath brush this will kill the scabies on the surface most of them anyway. Aloe gel in my experience is very effective in killing scabies. The vitamin zinc seems to work very well as does the woormwood. I say use aloe gel organic because there are no additives it goes on easy and drys quickly there is no sticky feeling. If you have scabies bad as in areas where there are concentrations of them or just all over your body use the aloe but careful cause it can burn, so do a small area first like the bottom part of your leg to see how it will feel before doing your whole body. good luck
Good results are a path to a cure but it's good to know your are getting a little relief. You will be using aloe forever though unless you come to terms with the internal issues.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3633 May 6, 2013
Wormwood is pretty toxic and there are better ways to take care of yourself. First thing you need to do is take sugar out of your diet. Then start on an omega 6 supplement that will repair your liver so it can clean your blood properly, this is called lecithin. Then start taking Olive leaf extract tincture to get the fungal infections out of you. Don't smoke because it fills you with toxins that end up clogging your cell function.

You have to think about your recovery in terms of cell function.

The above is a good place to start and the more you understand about body function then the less of a mystery these bugs you just can't get rid of will be.

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