You said you were the only one in your house infected. That is not something you will see with a mite infection.I just ran out of sulfur soap. Will get more soon. Been using whole time. I don't let it dry on me bc my skin is already very dried out and I think that would make it dryer. I bought the organic aloe vera and use it. But how do u use it w the sulfur soap dried on ur skin? Just put it over the dried out soap once that soap dries? I took zinc a lot for a while a couple months ago and it made my skin terribly dry. When my skin gets dry I notice it makes the problem worse. So far the star anise oil seems to be making some progress. I am taking lecithin for my liver now as well as milk thistle. I know from the symptoms that this is a resistant mite..most likey scabies due to the areas it goes to (not the same areas that bird mites go to). But I plan to read the rest of the articles Fred because tho I am quite sure I know what this is, because no one else in my household has a problem with it, there must be something going on with me that is allowing it to thrive. I have some theories now after all I've seen: one is that what the ivermectin horsepaste box says is probably more accurate, that is, that the ivermectin for "summer sores" on horses kills only the third stage larva. I think that AT THE MOST that's what it does. At least for mine. Because it sure doesn't kill the adults. I've been taking it on and off and in different dosages now for many months and it appears to do nothing. Tho, since I've been taking it for 19 days straight now I am doing a bit better than the beginning of the 19 days, but I think that may even have more to do with the anise oil.When I ran out of thatl ast week it all came roaring back. The other theory that I am almost positive of is that this disease used to be easily treated, decades ago, with 3 nights of sulfur, or perhaps beach baths. Then, to make it go away in 1 night, they invented Lindane. Then the mites became resistent to that so they invented permethrin. Then, about a decade ago or a bit less, they (or many strains of them) became resistant to the permethrin. So now we are in a world of trouble. But it still isn't hopeless. I have read many scientific studies that say hey are resistant to permethrin and ivermectrin often now.
I know some were cured with clove but it didn't work for me.That woman also said she fasted and prayed so that was more likely her cure (Praise God...He STILL HEALS)!! Anyway, may we all be healed, physically and spiritually, very soon in The Name of Jesus Christ, the Son of God who loved us and gave Himself for us, and by whose wounds we are healed.
"It is highly contagious – that means it is spread from person to person by direct physical contact.
It tends to spread around communities like schools and residential homes.
In a family, if one person has it, the whole family should be treated with appropriate medicine to cure it."
O.K. what's wrong with this picture?