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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!

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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
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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)
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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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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
You should get some aloe gel organic and use it all over it drys in a few moments and will help. Try sulfur soap. Try zinc, and wormwood.

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I don't have the all over itchy-crawlies I think bc I keep a topical on at all times (manuka or clove oil or sulfur). But I am covered from neck to ankles with bites that are now small sores from scratching. The bites are in rows or shapes-- some "c"s, some circles, some horseshoes, etc. I had no bites for about 2 wks (ab a month ago) and thought the manuka cured me. Maybe the star anise was what helped. I don't know. I've had this 5 months now and can't hug my little child. But I'm workin on building my faith in God.
have you looked into the horse paste at tractor supply?
also i never had noticeable bites so we might be dealing with the same mites also your skin could possibly be reacting to all of the treatments you are using..message me healed and I would love to give you support
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have you looked into the horse paste at tractor supply?
also i never had noticeable bites so we might be dealing with the same mites also your skin could possibly be reacting to all of the treatments you are using..message me healed and I would love to give you support
Name the people on this forum that have been cured for at very least two months using any kind of Ivermectin. Where are they? There is a lot of talk about horse paste and other forms of Iver but where are the people it actually cured?

Mites carry a variety of infections that they can pass to you that have similar symptoms. So if you had mites and got rid of them then you are left with an infection with similar symptoms. Sometimes you'll get one of these infections from being bitten by a different insect and then think you have scabies. The biggest mistake people on this forum are making is to conclude that it is definitely scabies. The majority of people do this without an adequate diagnosis. if your MD didn't do several different tests then his opinion is meaningless. Regular doctors aren't very good at diagnosing this. Dermatologists are worthless, you need to go to an MD who is an infectious disease specialist. Some of these infections are bartonella, babesia or borriela.

Using Aloe and wormwood will mean only that you will be on this forum for a very very long time.

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So far I have only seen any progress at all using the star anise oil. Guess I have a different kind. Thank you to all the posters...I have been trying to respond for a couple of weeks but for some reason they didn't go through. I did try the 5% permethrin cream last week and it made it worse. It was like giving them caffeine. I have continued on with the iver...day 19. A bit concerened because I have lost 20 lbs these last nearly 6 months. Is this normal?

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Oh, and I have changed my name from healed to will be healed.
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So far I have only seen any progress at all using the star anise oil. Guess I have a different kind. Thank you to all the posters...I have been trying to respond for a couple of weeks but for some reason they didn't go through. I did try the 5% permethrin cream last week and it made it worse. It was like giving them caffeine. I have continued on with the iver...day 19. A bit concerened because I have lost 20 lbs these last nearly 6 months. Is this normal?
That is because it is not a skin infection , it runs through the whole body.How hard is it for you to go get a skin scraping? Even if you have to go to a worthless MD or dermatologist, just don't let them prescribe psychiatric meds when you come up negative, then insist on a referral to an infectious disease doc.

I know it is easier for the people here to continually rub who knows what on their skin and constantly be in agony with no end in sight and watch the calendar flip pages while you still have "scabies" . The truth is 90% of you have something else and some clever little treatment like aloe with wormwood or anise oil is really just only making you a little bit comfortable while you won't even open your minds to what is really happening because it's too much to think about.

All these people who reinforce each other with this constant flow of misinformation. Really. Anyone can come up with some half baked theories on how to treat the "supermite", that doesn't exist, by googling for 15 minutes. Why don't you open your eyes , put out a little effort and put the puzzle together. You owe yourself that much don't you?

Umathr you really need to quit giving advice because you don't even understand what you are sick with.
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Name the people on this forum that have been cured for at very least two months using any kind of Ivermectin. Where are they? There is a lot of talk about horse paste and other forms of Iver but where are the people it actually cured?
Mites carry a variety of infections that they can pass to you that have similar symptoms. So if you had mites and got rid of them then you are left with an infection with similar symptoms. Sometimes you'll get one of these infections from being bitten by a different insect and then think you have scabies. The biggest mistake people on this forum are making is to conclude that it is definitely scabies. The majority of people do this without an adequate diagnosis. if your MD didn't do several different tests then his opinion is meaningless. Regular doctors aren't very good at diagnosing this. Dermatologists are worthless, you need to go to an MD who is an infectious disease specialist. Some of these infections are bartonella, babesia or borriela.
Using Aloe and wormwood will mean only that you will be on this forum for a very very long time.
I used aloe and sulfur soap, I also take zinc 60mg a day and wormwood. I have got rid of my scabies. I am not saying they are gone for good, that I do not know, but for right now they are gone. You do not have to suffer use sulfur soap. At the very least use sulfur soap. Fred may be right, but his is not the only cure. I know because I am cured. But the main thing is, that you do not have to suffer.
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<quoted text>I used aloe and sulfur soap, I also take zinc 60mg a day and wormwood. I have got rid of my scabies. I am not saying they are gone for good, that I do not know, but for right now they are gone. You do not have to suffer use sulfur soap. At the very least use sulfur soap. Fred may be right, but his is not the only cure. I know because I am cured. But the main thing is, that you do not have to suffer.
You have absolutely no idea that you are "cured" because you haven't had any testing. These pathogens can lay low because they have several ways to hide from the immune system and when you or stressed or the levels build up sufficiently in your system. The wormwood your ising actually only targets a small percentage of internal pathogens. Next time you run out of wormwood try switching to Usnea tincture, if it makes you feel bad it is because of the die off reaction of what it is killing inside you. So what you are saying is that you are not treating in any way and haven't been for at least a month because that is the requirement for saying you are "cured". I'm glad you're feeling better though, for now.
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You have absolutely no idea that you are "cured" because you haven't had any testing. These pathogens can lay low because they have several ways to hide from the immune system and when you or stressed or the levels build up sufficiently in your system. The wormwood your ising actually only targets a small percentage of internal pathogens. Next time you run out of wormwood try switching to Usnea tincture, if it makes you feel bad it is because of the die off reaction of what it is killing inside you. So what you are saying is that you are not treating in any way and haven't been for at least a month because that is the requirement for saying you are "cured". I'm glad you're feeling better though, for now.
Wouldnt you say that if you wake up in the middle of the night 2 or 3 AM and you are scratching like hell and it happens over and over and you have all the tell tale signs of scabies like the semi circle pattern they leave on your skin than you probably, safe to say you have scabies. How many other bugs do that, not many, if any. I will look more deeply into what you are saying.

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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.
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<quoted text>Wouldnt you say that if you wake up in the middle of the night 2 or 3 AM and you are scratching like hell and it happens over and over and you have all the tell tale signs of scabies like the semi circle pattern they leave on your skin than you probably, safe to say you have scabies. How many other bugs do that, not many, if any. I will look more deeply into what you are saying.
Instead of asking me that why don't you go look for symptoms on google. But as I have said before the other infections give the same symptoms.

I had 3 skin scrapings done after 2 months of being infected with what I thought at the time was scabies. They all came back negative for mites although there were visible black specks and I had the long red scratch marks and yes i was waking up at 2 in the morning , believe me I went through that kind of hell for a long time. The Derm at the time said I had "formication" and prescribed me ORAP which is a psychiatric med, I never bothered to take it after I knew that. I was in your shoes too Umathr, do you think you need psychiatric meds?

What I can trace my infection to is getting bit by this unidentified bug while I was riding my bike about 7 years ago then I had a demanding girlfriend and a high stress job and my immune system couldn't cope anymore and I all of a sudden got sick.

Insect vectored diseases are complicated and you need to know quite a bit to treat them properly so it's a good idea to read the links I post even if it doesn't make sense to you at the time.

There was a poster on her for two years, Persistance,who did all the crazy useless toxic treatments and then posted this thread.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/T6U...

"Crawlygirl" had the same experience.

In my case I developed morgellons disease and the scientific evidence has shown morgellons is actually a different presentation of lyme disease.

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

The major coinfections with borriela are Babesia, Bartonella and Erlichiosis although you can also have an array of others including mycoplasma.

I have created a treatment database on the Borax thread and will continue to post the best treatments there. In order for people to get past these infections they have to do some research and reading.

The notion that you can find the bomb treatment and then suddenly get better has been the one prevailing on this forum and it is pure nonsense that is why so many treatments fail here, have you noticed that?

The person who recently posted she got cured from 3 weeks of horse sized freedom 45 had used freedom 45 daily for 6 months with no results. The horse version is just a bigger size than the dog version and has the exact same ingredients, exact same. 45% permethrin is highly neurotoxic, imagine how screwed up your thinking would be after rubbing that stuff on your skin for 6 months.

One point i will make in these posts is that these infections are transmittable by body fluids they are all STD's so consider your contacts. Symptoms of these infections can show up pretty soon after infection or years down the road, they are considered "stealth" pathogens and have many ways of deactivating the immune system.

If someone goes to an infectious disease specialist they should deffinately be tested for bartonella, that is the worst of the bunch and you can even get it from cats and dogs. It should be treated first.

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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
Go to Walmart and buy a vinyl mattress cover and pillow cover. You can wipe them down every morning.

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So far I have only seen any progress at all using the star anise oil. Guess I have a different kind. Thank you to all the posters...I have been trying to respond for a couple of weeks but for some reason they didn't go through. I did try the 5% permethrin cream last week and it made it worse. It was like giving them caffeine. I have continued on with the iver...day 19. A bit concerened because I have lost 20 lbs these last nearly 6 months. Is this normal?
Hi ``will be healed". Like your positive name. Besides olive leaf supplements (3 capsules 3 times a day, Fred`s ideas changed a bit), I mix 2 Alka Seltzers in a tiny bit of water in a mug. After it has bubbled up, I add about a tablespoon of borax and throw the mix in the microwave for a 1 minute or less to dissolve the borax. Then I add in enough 100% pure aloe gel and stir it all. This really helps. I use it head to toe, including my face and I rub it into the hair. It thickens up my hair besides messing with the mites. This mix really helps as shown by how they manage to get worse when I run out. Aloe gel, meant for internal use, is available at health food stores for cheap.
I`d suggest you not continue with the ivermectin since it may build up in your body. Some have had epileptic type results. Some have had some success with Fred`s suggestion of artemisinin (sp) and cryptolepsis. I`m going to try the first one.
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will be healed wrote:
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.
Scabies hide under skin cells and also under the surface tension of the skin, so they are hard to get at. That is why you need a bath brush to work the soap into your skin let dry. I guess you could wash and rinse but that would not be as good, my opinion. In between applications of the soap use the aloe. Aloe is very healing to the skin, thats the reputation anyway, and it seems that way to me. There are different kinds of zinc some more expensive some less, hopefully you can find one that is right for you. I say to take zinc because it will make your skin taste really bad, have you ever tasted zinc, also it does something to your blood that is powerful I feel scabies must hate it. It is used to fight colds and flu, but do not take to much, do not over do it, to much zinc can be harmful. There are antiparasitic herbs wormwood is one. I take the wormwood from kroger herbs I feel it works well. But there are others. I hope you can find a way to take the zinc and use the sulfur soap also use the aloe. Also think about changing the ph of your blood most americans are to acid. You can take small amounts of baking soda. You might try small amounts of apple cider vinegar. The scabies will not like that. Good luck and God bless.
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Hi ``will be healed". Like your positive name. Besides olive leaf supplements (3 capsules 3 times a day, Fred`s ideas changed a bit), I mix 2 Alka Seltzers in a tiny bit of water in a mug. After it has bubbled up, I add about a tablespoon of borax and throw the mix in the microwave for a 1 minute or less to dissolve the borax. Then I add in enough 100% pure aloe gel and stir it all. This really helps. I use it head to toe, including my face and I rub it into the hair. It thickens up my hair besides messing with the mites. This mix really helps as shown by how they manage to get worse when I run out. Aloe gel, meant for internal use, is available at health food stores for cheap.
I`d suggest you not continue with the ivermectin since it may build up in your body. Some have had epileptic type results. Some have had some success with Fred`s suggestion of artemisinin (sp) and cryptolepsis. I`m going to try the first one.
Great post, Canuckette!! Thanks.
FRED

Denver, CO

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Canuckette wrote:
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Hi ``will be healed". Like your positive name. Besides olive leaf supplements (3 capsules 3 times a day, Fred`s ideas changed a bit), I mix 2 Alka Seltzers in a tiny bit of water in a mug. After it has bubbled up, I add about a tablespoon of borax and throw the mix in the microwave for a 1 minute or less to dissolve the borax. Then I add in enough 100% pure aloe gel and stir it all. This really helps. I use it head to toe, including my face and I rub it into the hair. It thickens up my hair besides messing with the mites. This mix really helps as shown by how they manage to get worse when I run out. Aloe gel, meant for internal use, is available at health food stores for cheap.
I`d suggest you not continue with the ivermectin since it may build up in your body. Some have had epileptic type results. Some have had some success with Fred`s suggestion of artemisinin (sp) and cryptolepsis. I`m going to try the first one.
All the Borax is doing is raising your blood pressure and leaving deposits in your kidneys. Canuckette unless you have read all my posts on the borax thread in the last 6 weeks or so and understand them then please don't attach my name to something you thing I said. Artemisinin and cryptolepis are specifically for a Babesia infection however Quina and cinnamon bark tincture are even more effective for babesia. For Bartonella you need to use Houttuynia and Usnea tincture.

If you just have the mentality that you are going to throw something down the pie hole and see what happens then your likely going to make yourself sicker. You need to understand how to manage detox pathways and how to look at you own skin symptoms and other symptoms to know how to proceed. I have posted all the pertinent info on the Borax thread.

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