how do i get rid of scabies once and ...
FRED

Golden, CO

#3659 May 8, 2013
Anyone doing the clove capsule treatment, the best way would to work on your detox pathways first for a couple weeks prior to starting that way you won't experience liver and kidney discomfort from the toxins produced by the die off inside you. Once you've gotten your detox pathways up and running again then you can proceed much more efficiently.

Also following the above recommendations will make great strides to make your body system aerobic where pathogens can't thrive instead of the anaerobic and acidic environment that invites them.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3660 May 8, 2013
post # 3658 went missing, here it is.

How important is it to restore your detox pathways?

It has something to do with DNA. DNA likes to make life. A few years back I remember reading about a frozen mammoth they found in Siberia that was dead for million years or whatever. The DNA was usable so the proposal is that they are going to try and clone it.

DNA is pretty durable and it doesnít die in the same sense that an organism does. Mycoplasma is an infection that is actually caused by pathogenic DNA remnants . When bacteria, fungi,viruses or protozoas , amoebas, etc. are killed inside you then they are essentially rotting corpses but their DNA fragments go on. Dr. Garth Nicholson Phd. A nobel prize nominee said that mycoplasma is actually an infection of virulent DNA. The DNA becomes virulent because the pathogens actually work in symbiosis and share DNA so they can share survival and resistance strategies.

Whatever you are treating with when you kill a pathogen inside you then the fragments need to be detoxed efficiently. If your detox pathways arenít functioning then those fragments go into a continuous cycle of getting reapsorbed in your body and eventually find their way inside cells where they try to do what DNA does, make life. Only the kind of life that DNA from pathogens make isnít fun for you to live with.

You need to revitalize your Liver because it filters the blood and if your blood isnít clean then the cell ports get clogged up and a viscous cycle of cellular disfunction starts. Lecithin supplement will revitalize a damaged liver and help to strengthen cell walls. Taurine promotes bile production which is essential for good detoxing.

A healthy G.I. tract is needed because that is the purpose of the good bacteria there. Using a probiotic to restore that is essential. Only 2-4% of the probiotic makes it past the stomach acid on its way to the colon so you have to administer them rectally, in this way you can restore the flora in 4-5 days. Anyone who has exposed themselves to all the chemicals on the scabies forum needs this kind of repair work above.
People take Omega 3 lipids but they have to be balanced with Omega 6 lipids like lecithin , you need both.

People have used H2o2 on this forum but the use of that actually causes oxidative stress and itís a bad idea. Oxygen therapy is a very good idea to get your cell function back but you have to do it differently. There is an ionic oxygen formula that contains respiratory enzymes and trace minerals, the respiratory enzymes are what the cells use to process oxygen. This formula doesnít create oxygen until it is inside your cells. The kind I use is called oxylift and it was very well researched.

Getting the fungal growths out of you is a good Idea too because many pathogens feed off those.Using olive leaf extract tincture twice a day for a month or so will clear the fungal growths. Do all of these together and you will feel much better for it. I like the herb-pharm brand, it's very good quality and not too expensive.

If you canít detox the nasty stuff thatís getting created inside you then you wonít get your health back and pathogens are constantly secreting toxins inside you even if youíre not killing them.
Cheesie

Brisbane, Australia

#3661 May 8, 2013
To all the people who suggested tea tree oil.
Thanks. I have had the most peaceful night sleep didn't wake up once with the urge to scratch. I also feel a lot better this morning as well, usually I can feel crawling on my skin but not today.
umathr

Rockville, MD

#3662 May 8, 2013
Cheesie wrote:
To all the people who suggested tea tree oil.
Thanks. I have had the most peaceful night sleep didn't wake up once with the urge to scratch. I also feel a lot better this morning as well, usually I can feel crawling on my skin but not today.
good luck with the tea tree, with scabies cures seem to vary according to the individual, I think Fred may be on to something. Fred I also suggest Aloe vera internally.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3663 May 9, 2013
umathr wrote:
<quoted text>good luck with the tea tree, with scabies cures seem to vary according to the individual, I think Fred may be on to something. Fred I also suggest Aloe vera internally.
My internal treatment covers all bases and strategies, it's comprehensive and extremely effective. I know of aloe vera but these herbal antimicrobials and biofilm busters combined with intracellular rejuvination will give a person a new lease on life. Combine it with a 100% organic diet with no refined sugar or grains and after 1 year of treatment you'll be walking on sunshine. You need to treat a year due to the nature of biofilms inside you. I'm going to post it just incase anyone is interested. If people who have had mites think this doesn't apply to them then they should rethink that.

Think about this statement from this highly respected doctor.He's talking about a very wide range of afflctions including, M.S., ALS, Chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, etc the list goes on and on.

"In the last decade the majority of outcome-oriented physicians observed a major shift: we realized that it was neither the lack of vitamins or growth hormone that made our patients ill. We discovered that toxicity and chronic infections were most often at the core of the clientís suffering."

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/ar...

The protocol to address insect vectored infections in next post.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3664 May 9, 2013
This protocol for eliminating insect vectored infections has been researched extensively please also do your own research;

On Waking take 20 drops of Cinnamon Bark Tincture extract because it opens up everything in your body to allow the next remedies to get there. It is also a broad spectrum antimicrobial and works against mycoplasma too. I use the herb-pharm brand.

http://biomed.papers.upol.cz/getrevsrc.php...

10 minutes later take 15 drops of Samento, it's about $30 a bottle, think thatís enough and so does Dr Marty Ross. That way it will last a long time.

15 minutes later take 15 drops of Banderol. Here is the link as to why.

http://www.townsendletter.com/July2010/sapi07...

15 minutes later take a mix of 30 drops Olive leaf extract tincture,30 drops Rosemary extract tincture and 7 drops Oxylift.
The Olive leaf extract tincture is a powerful and effective broad spectrum antimicrobial that will also rid you of fungal infections. The Rosemary tincture is there to inhibit the quorum sensing of the bacteria.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19827025

The oxylift is an ionic oxygen formula that has respiratory enzymes and trace minerals. Unlike other oxygen therapies that put oxygen in your bloodstream it actually creates oxygen inside your cells. The respiratory enzymes are what your cells use to process oxygen and the trace minerals carry these components into the cells. I believe it is a huge tool in getting rid of these intracellular infections.

15 minutes later take 10 drops of Teasel tincture. Teasel cause the pathogens to come out of hiding in the tissues where they can be attacked and detoxed. It has a long positive track record.

http://www.lyme-disease-research-database.com...

15 minutes later take 20 drops of cryptolepis tincture mixed with 20 drops of Sida acuta Extract tincture, I found them at woodlandessence.com . These are very effective Babesia or broad spectrum protozoa treatments and have been shown to be more effective than pharmaceutical treatments in 60 countries. There is plenty of info on the web about these. Take 1200mg of Artemisinin daily for a 3 day run 3 times spaced at two weeks. Dr. Klinghardt who treats the hard cases said that the lower dose of Artemisinin is not effective for babesia but the malarial dose is so do that.

What is important before you start doing this is that your detox pathways are open. Take a Lecithin supplement for 3 weeks prior to starting the above to get your liver working. Take taurine to increase bile production. Take a probiotic rectally to get your G.I. Tract working. Only 2-4% of probiotics make it through stomach acid and these are essential for detoxing. I would also start using Oxylift at this point to help get cellular function up, thatís important. You should also take a good omega 3 like cod liver oil capsules. You need a balance between omega 6, lecithin, and Omega 3ís.

Take 80,000 units of Serrapeptase enzyme, 2 capsules, before bed to break down biofilms.

All of the above is taken on an empty stomach except the Lecithin and taurine.All the above tinctures are taken with water and the doses will have to be worked up to otherwise youíll herx like crazy.

The Herxheimer effect needs to be thoroughly understood.

http://biovedawellness.com/2010/02/the-herxhe...

This sounds like alot to go through but once you understand what you will have to do and why to actually get well and compare it to other protocols you'll find it is very streamlined.

You have to do the above dosing regimen twice a day , once upon waking and again before dinner.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3665 May 9, 2013
If anyone has those internal "mite" sensations the above will take those away completely after a month. They will increase for a little while, that is the pathogen squirming because it doesn't like these new developments.
Shocked

Macon, GA

#3667 May 11, 2013
I just found out my dogs have Scabies (mange) My understanding is that there are two different types of scabies. One that dogs do not get, but the one dogs will get, humans can get it from the dog, it is said they only last about 3 weeks on human skin, but you can get another infestation if you do not get rid of the source. I have NO IDEA how my dogs got them, We have never had anything close to this sort of thing. My dogs are 5 years and 8 years. This is the first time. I just moved back to Georgia from the west coast. The only solution I can come up with, is that they may have come in contact with them at the vote I use, it is not well disinfectied bulding. And although I did not know it, this is the second time in the past year we have got them. I thought at first it was redbugs, because we had them in Texas, and it resembles the chigger bite, but chigger bites do not spread and these do. Nor are Chigger bite contagious. I am haveing to wash EVERYTHING in my house, treat the dogs with a treatment that is used normally for fleas and ticks, and I hope it works, the vet said it would.. But we have to get rid of the infestation, and that is more bothersome. I am going to try the lavender and sulfur soap for myself, and see if that helps. I hope so, because I don't think I can deal with this for long.
I do not undertand it, no where that I have ever lived before, have I had an experience like this. I always thought dirty people had this problem, but we have lived an upper middle class life style, well, up until now anyway, so I am shocked. This is not something I thought would ever happen to myself of my pets.
Shocked

Macon, GA

#3668 May 11, 2013
I meant to say, the dogs may have come in contact with a source at the vet.
umathr

Rockville, MD

#3669 May 14, 2013
Seems like I am really cured, does that sound like famous last words, I hope not. I have been sleeping fine and have no sign of scabies. I was cured using sulfur soap, and aloe vera gel the organic natural kind. I would work the soap into the effected areas with a natural bristle bath brush. Letting it dry on the skin, from time to time I would use the aloe like every day or so. I am also taking wormwood and zinc. I take 60mg of zinc a day. Wormwood is antiparasitic.
umathr

Rockville, MD

#3670 May 14, 2013
Shocked wrote:
I meant to say, the dogs may have come in contact with a source at the vet.
You can not get scabies from dogs. I have no idea where I got my scabies from. I am very glad to have got rid of them.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#3671 May 14, 2013
If you have a mite infestation on your scalp, eye-lashes, nose, ears, feet, and you cannot kill them with ivermectin or permethrin you have Demodicosis. Most of you have Demodicosis, a microscopic mite that you cannot see without a microscope. It burrows under the skin and lives around hair follicles. The only cure is applying 4% Pilocarpine Gel that sufficates the mites immediately. 4% Pilocarpine Gel is mostly used for optical purposes. It costs roughly $100 for a small 4 gram bottle. If you have been infested for more than a year it will take at least four (4) months to be completely cured by this method.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#3672 May 14, 2013
By the way, this is the only method known to man that cures Demodicosis. Don't expect your dermatologist to know that a verified cure for Demodicosis even exists without prodding them to do a Google search!
losing my sanity

Portland, OR

#3673 May 14, 2013
I believe i have scabies.. can someone please take a look at my pics and tell me if it looks like scabies?:(

Besides the bumps i itch, feel prickly sensatations, biting and crawling 24/7..

http://m1364.photobucket.com/albumlist/losing...
Irene

Soledad, CA

#3674 May 15, 2013
I just got infested 3 weeks or so ago I'm 16 and I didn't listen to my mother when she told me to put sheets on my mattress now my biggest concer is that I might need a new mattress my infestation isn't bad atleast I don't think it's bad the doctor gave me 5% pethedermin and I just applied it today I have extreme itching I stopped my self from crying a few times because its bad and my parents don't seems to understand how bad it is what should I do about my mattress ? And any other tips and recommendations to help my treatment and itch PLEASE thank you
Irene

Soledad, CA

#3675 May 15, 2013
losing my sanity wrote:
I believe i have scabies.. can someone please take a look at my pics and tell me if it looks like scabies?:(
Besides the bumps i itch, feel prickly sensatations, biting and crawling 24/7..
http://m1364.photobucket.com/albumlist/losing...
That looks like scabies if its just there I recommend you put clear nail polish that kills them and do it before they spread

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#3676 May 15, 2013
Beware of "Fred", he is intentionally confusing everyone on the Topix Scabies threads with misinformation and manipulation. He is obviously not here to help anyone! He is not an expert! His grand posts appear to be self serving a warped ego. There is something terribly wrong with his intentions. His advice is flawed! You are wasting your time following his advice!

Since: May 13

Hightstown, NJ

#3677 May 15, 2013
steph wrote:
hi, i need people's help... me and my boyfriend have been itching for the last 3-4months... he went to the docs and they brushed it off as bed mites or something so we spent a fortune on stuff for that and nothing happened... we both went and they said we had scabies... they gave us Derbac M. you cover your body in it for 24hours then wash it off and the same again a week later. we did this and we're still scratching...
If you or anyone you know has a scabies infestation, please have them read this. The scabies are very small mites you can get them from just about any where, but are mostly transmitted by skin to skin contact even a handshake could act as a vehicle for them to move from one person to another. Sleeping in the same bed or sitting on a piece of furniture any where could pass them on. The scabies female once on you burrows into the upper layers of skin where she feeds and lays her eggs, The eggs hatch in about ten days, they quickly reach maturity mate with the males and the whole cycle begins again. You don't have to be in a poorly kept environment or practice poor hygiene to become a scabies host. The medically approved treatments leave windows of opportunity for the scabies and their eggs to survive The treatment which can only be used once a week start to lose there effectiveness in 18 hours, the scabie eggs take 10 days to hatch and are not killed by the treatments.
Here is my story
After 3 treatments with the cream and pills I was still fighting with the little biting buggers I did every thing suggested plus more and still they survived. Finally it dawned on me that my lady friend and her family with whom I spend at least half of my time had not become infected "thank goodness". So why me and not them? The answer was right under my nose they are all smokers that's all smokers and all have nicotine in their systems.Nicotine is a deadly insecticide.I don't want to smoke but I want to rid of these little biting buggers so I put on the patch, the 21mg nicotine patch, I have been wearing it day and night for 5 days now and my symptoms now may only be my bodies immune system acting on the dead bodies and feces. I am not a scientist but do believe it could take 2 weeks on the patch to deal with any unhatched eggs. But so far during this nightmare this is the only time that I have felt very little biting and almost no crawling two sure signs that they are alive and chewing. I would guess that the hatching juveniles will have to feed before the nicotine takes effects and kills them.
The prescription meds we take have a half life of no more then 18 hours that means that any eggs that hatch out or any mites that may be on rugs, clothing, furniture, bedding ect could still re-infect you since the mite can live without a host for 72 hours and the eggs can take 10 days or more to hatch out. The patch should continue to put a deadly poison in your blood and any where that the blood circulates to for as long as you use it.
So far the patch has greatly reduced almost to the point of where I feel little to no biting or crawling. The medical field is limited to what it can do treat these little biting buggers. Our minds are only limited by our failure to use them.
Researching has shown me that there are patents in effect now that cover using nicotine as a treatment on humans to deal with scabies, other mites, bedbugs and lice. Why they are not being used to treat scabies,other mites, bedbugs,lice and other parasites may have to do with the fact that a 14 day supply of 21mg nicotine patches can be purchased for as little as $35.00. One treatment of the cream costs me over $113.00 x 3=$339 dollars. I can't remember the cost of the prescription pills but it is around $80.00 x 3 =$240.00 dollars. that adds up to a whopping $579.00.
The nicotine patch is available across the counter with no prescription, I am not the doctor so just be sure that you are medically able to wear the patch safely
Tammy

United States

#3678 May 16, 2013
Interesting wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, your really wierd!!
BRAVEHEART, I agree with your views... Im guessing your an Alex Jones fan as well. This really isnt the forum for that info here. People are suffering and desperately looking for a solution. Wether they are "Awake" or not yet wont happen until their immediate needs are met. Post on prison planet, infowars, drudge... you know what Im saying... peace :0)
umathr

Rockville, MD

#3679 May 17, 2013
steph wrote:
hi, i need people's help... me and my boyfriend have been itching for the last 3-4months... he went to the docs and they brushed it off as bed mites or something so we spent a fortune on stuff for that and nothing happened... we both went and they said we had scabies... they gave us Derbac M. you cover your body in it for 24hours then wash it off and the same again a week later. we did this and we're still scratching... i am not allowed to work until im totally cured and i cant afford to take any more time off work... plus, im covered in scabs and blood is always on the bed covers from itching at night. please somebody help me, coz it is actually driving me mad. and you read about these people who have had it for years and i couldnt cope with it. please help. thank you!!
Order sulfur soap from sulfursoap.com get 8 bars for 25 dollars no shipping fee the soap will get to you quick. Use a natural bristle bath brush to work the soap into your skin let dry. Do this 3 times a day if you can do it as much as you have time for. Also get aloe vera gel the organic kind in between using the soap put the aloe gel on your self be careful at first because aloe can burn a little so get used to the reaction before going all out.I think zinc the vitamin and wormwood the herb work well againest scabies. Sulfur soap works great but work it into the skin using the bath brush, the scabies will hate you for it. Good luck

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