Collembola Springtails VS Delusory Pa...
buggie

Dallas, TX

#21 May 4, 2010
Hi joe,

I just came back here today so some other wonderful sane person judged you as nuts not me. Bravo to them!!! I've gotten sick of your blatant ignorance, rudeness, and bitchiness.

I can't even see the judge feature on my cellphone.

I've stated so many times that cedarcide doesn't cure totally. Dr ben oldag creator of cedarcide and entymologist recommends stromectal ivermectin also. You've never used best yet by cedarcide so why don't you shut your big mouth and stop slamming it? It helped me and was money well spent. I was near suicide before I got cedarcide but you don't care because you have NO heart, no feeling, no caring, its disgusting. STOP IT.

Everyone please forgive me for getting fed up with joe. She is a drunk or druggie from what I can tell and I've had it with her psychotic viscious remarks. Thanks itchygirl for sticking up for me!!! I wuv u.
buggie

Santa Fe, NM

#22 May 4, 2010
Joe,

I got off my cellphone (I cannot access the judge feature from my cellphone) to another computer just now judged two of your posts disagree, incendiary and mean. I also reported you for abuse. Someone here also told me they are actually afraid of you. You have a history of getting revenge. I hope you get the HELP YOU NEED.

To Everyone:
I'm a shy, peace-loving, lover-not-a-fighter type person. I like to help people and be a healing presence in the world.

But when I am pushed TOO FAR and attacked and INSULTED and CALLED A LIAR WAY TOO MANY TIMES over months and months, I eventually lose ALL PATIENCE and I've finally and totally LOST ALL PATIENCE with Joe. I'm ashamed that I've SUNK TO HER LEVEL but oh well no one's perfect.
buggie

Santa Fe, NM

#23 May 4, 2010
FOUND HELP wrote:
I recently had tropical rat mites infest my home. Once I got rid of them I still felt these crawling sensations/bites. COLLEMBOLA have been identified as the cause. GO TO A HOMEOPATH!! All I did was send in my spit and she confirmed I had collembola parasites. THEY WILL HELP YOU, using your body's natural fighters to get rid of these things. No topical treatment will work on your skin, only natural remedies. I had to share this, to prevent all those suffering from losing hope and committing suicide. THERE IS HOPE!!!! After going to 4 doctors who tested me for parasites and found NONE, the homeopath was my last hope. AND THAT is where I found my answers!! Go to a homeopath. These bugs are airborne, they are spreading fast, let's fight it!! Cedarcide.com will help us!!
Interesting and I'm glad you found help! Did you take Psorinum? I read a great article about it but haven't been able to find it and I don't know any great homeopaths.
Here's the article, I've posted it before:
http://www.homeoint.org/morrell/articles/pm_p...
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#24 May 5, 2010
It's all good. I still say Cedarcide is a scam and they charge way too much for their products. Most of us here cannot afford it. Buggie, I know you don't work for Cedarcide. I know you suffer, just as we all do. It's just that most of us can't afford that stuff. That's it, for now.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#25 May 5, 2010
I'm glad you are posting now and not just lurking.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#26 May 5, 2010
Oh, I’m Back.

Now, let’s see, little Ms. Buggie has made some sharp comments about me and others in the past. She’s not the little helpful flower child that she is making herself to be. She’s angry and it shows. Itchygirl, on the other hand, is calm, decisive, helpful and even tempered. Sometimes, I do come across a little harsh, but I don’t mean harm to anyone, except Buggie, of course. She was being passive aggressive with me in the past.

Am I supposed to ignore her passive aggressive comments about me? No, I don’t think so. Others here may not have realized what she was doing, but I noticed it. She doesn’t know me, and she doesn’t have to say hurtful things about me, which are not true. She can call me an alchie, a druggie, a psychotic, a bitch, that I’m ignorant, etc., and then come across like she’s the flower child, easy going whatever and so on, etc. She says she reported me. This is NOT news to me, but the couple of posts she made last night were totally uncalled for. If anything, I can press the little button that says Report Abuse, but I won’t do that to her. I will never change, and guess what, she will never change either. Apparently, she and itchygirl are friends, so I got the brunt of it today. Tisk, Tisk.

The old school teacher is back and I got the slap on the knuckles today with a heavy ruler. I’ll sit in the back of the class from now on. I like to joke and have fun. She’s there grading papers and really pissed off at me. Let’s see how this plays out.

You guys can judge me all you want. You can say you disagree. You can say I’m nuts. You don’t know me. Buggie talks to Bill sometimes, and she only knows what he has told her. I won’t say anymore about that. There’s plenty to say, but I’ll leave it at that, for now.
Kooterdan

Sebastian, FL

#27 Jun 11, 2010
Firstly: Collembolans hate the TRICLOCARBAN in 'Safeguard' Bar Soap!
Secondly:
Pyrethrins, pyrethrins, pyrethrins. These are available at your local nursery. NO PERMETHRINS! These insects are immune to all over the counter insect bombs, sprays and repellents. Wouldn’t you expect that from and insect that kills with benzene venom while producing Tylenol (acetemenephenol) to deaden its attack!
Secondly:
These hardy little insects survive laundering at any temperature, including bleach and the hottest dryer settings, and even dehydrate themselves for freeze protection.
In order to kill them in bedding, clothes, on smaller surfaces (keyboards and mice) Books etc. one must VACUUM SEAL these objects for at least 3 days or more. They cannot live without moisture and especially OXYGEN.
With the combination of pyrethrin lotion, pyrethrin spray, and Vacuum Sealing (everything regularly) one will get major relief
from these insidious pests!
Kooterdan

Sebastian, FL

#28 Jun 11, 2010
Things to AVOID:
1. HUGGING. You must be prepared ahead of time. Carry a few fresh garments and plastic bags for this one. Within a few minutes after hugging, bow out quickly and immediately change shirt or blouse putting a fresh vacuum sealed one on and place the contaminated garment in a plastic bag not to be opened or touched until the laundry day ritual.
2. After hugging and on laundry day, watch for pimples in armpits and on hands and arms, spot treat any breakouts with pyrethrin lotion.
2. Telephone handsets that have not been thoroughly wiped down antiseptically. If within a few hours of use, pimples form around the neck, ears, lower arms etc. immediately spot treat with your 'cheap' homemade pyrethrin lotion! Home depot has some great new Sulfur and Pyrethrin only rose and garden insecticide (light green bottle)!
3.Older Carpeting (upon arriving home, immediately remove socks and shoes) vacuum seal shoes and get socks clean and in Vacuum seal after laundering. Immediately treat feet and lower legs with pyrethrin lotion! My legs come under heavy attack at our local Barnes and Noble!
4.Car seats, sofas and chairs, which have been untreated with pyrethrins,
5. Sitting down anywhere in public or touching anything a non-hygienic carrier has handled (leaning against counters, pens, books, toys, tools etc.),
6.Old used books, computer keyboards and mice (unless previously vacuum sealed.)
Precautionary things:
1. Plastic off and Tape up seams of all bed mattresses, car seats and furniture, Wipe down and/or change plastic regularly. Pyrethrin all bed rails, car seats (regularly) and under furniture as necessary! Use 30 and 55 gallon garbage bags over all chairs, stools, and bucket seats.
Kooterdan

Sebastian, FL

#29 Jun 11, 2010
2.Carry some garbage bags with you at all times_to place anywhere you are required to sit. Dispose of them immediately without over handling them!
3.Do not use regular cloth laundry bags. Upon arriving at home immediately remove clothes daily and keep them in tightly sealed plastic bags until laundry day upon which immediately after laundering and THOROUGH DRYING, ALL CLOTHES MUST BE PLACED IN A VACUUM SEAL FOR 3 OR MORE DAYS! Never wear clothes out in public for more than 1 day!
4. Have 3 or more pair of shoes and cycle them all through vacuum seal every day if heavy exposure is taking place!
5 Do not leave shoes and socks on after entering house for any length of time after being out in public. This only brings the bugs in! Place shoes only in one area to be pyrethrined or diatomaceous earthed regularly.
6.Bomb the car (or house if required) as necessary only with 'S. C. Johnsons' Pyrethrin bug bombs.
Be carful to cover and protect plastic odomoter displays etc. as bombs will cloud them, PERMANENTLY! Make sure regularly handled tools, toys, golf clubs etc are either thoroughly wiped down, bombed with the above or vacuum-sealed every few weeks, especially if contaminated strangers handle them. Be aware if breakouts happen after handling any of the above. Spot treat accordingly.
7. Remove all carpeting in car or house unless you want to spend a fortune on Pyrethrins and their bombs.
8. Change and vacuum seal shower curtains weekly!
Also don’t waste your time boiling, freezing or storing away. Springtails will survive all of these techniques (after all there are around a million per acre throughout the world including the frost lines of Antarctica)!
It took me 8 years of suffering to discover all these techniques to control the most primitive “insects?” in the fossil record! you do not have to spend afortune, but it will take some money and effort. Don't forget SAFEGUARD BAR SOAP. Most of the spring tails hate it!
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Kooterdan

Sebastian, FL

#30 Jun 11, 2010
Firstly: Collembolans hate the TRICLOCARBAN in 'Safeguard' Bar Soap!
Secondly:
Pyrethrins, pyrethrins, pyrethrins (some claim deet). These are available at your local nursery.(NO PERMETHRINS! These insects are immune to all over the counter insect bombs, sprays and repellents. Wouldn’t you expect that from and insect that kills with benzene venom while producing Tylenol (acetemeniphenol) to deaden its attack!
Secondly:
These hardy little insects survive laundering at any temperature, including bleach and the hottest dryer settings, and even dehydrate themselves for freeze protection.
In order to kill them in bedding, clothes, on smaller surfaces (keyboards and mice) Books etc. one must VACUUM SEAL these objects for at least 3 days or more. They cannot live without moisture and especially OXYGEN.
With the combination of pyrethrin lotion, pyrethrin spray, and Vacuum Sealing (everything regularly) one will get major relief
from these insidious pests!

Things to AVOID:
1. HUGGING. You must be prepared ahead of time. Carry a few fresh garments and plastic bags for this one. Within a few minutes after hugging, bow out quickly and immediately change shirt or blouse putting a fresh vacuum sealed one on and place the contaminated garment in a plastic bag not to be opened or touched until the laundry day ritual.

2. After hugging and on laundry day, watch for pimples in armpits and on hands and arms, spot treat any breakouts with pyrethrin lotion.

2. Telephone handsets that have not been thoroughly wiped down antiseptically. If within a few hours of use, pimples form around the neck, ears, lower arms etc. immediately spot treat with your 'cheap' homemade pyrethrin lotion! Home depot has some great new Sulfur and Pyrethrin only rose and garden insecticide (light green bottle)!

3.Older Carpeting (upon arriving home, immediately remove socks and shoes) vacuum seal shoes and get socks clean and in Vacuum seal after laundering. Immediately treat feet and lower legs with pyrethrin lotion! My legs come under heavy attack at our local Barnes and Noble!

4.Car seats, sofas and chairs, which have been untreated with pyrethrins,

5. Sitting down anywhere in public or touching anything a non-hygienic carrier has handled (leaning against counters, pens, books, toys, tools etc.),

6.Old used books, computer keyboards and mice (unless previously vacuum sealed.)

Precautionary things:

1. Plastic off and Tape up seams of all bed mattresses, car seats and furniture, Wipe down and/or change plastic regularly. Pyrethrin all bed rails, car seats (regularly) and under furniture as necessary! Use 30 and 55 gallon garbage bags over all chairs, stools, and bucket seats.
Bite Me

United States

#31 Jun 11, 2010
Joe is a bitch! How many people have you scared off this forum? They were only trying to help but you just couldn't keep your big mouth shut!
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#32 Jun 12, 2010
Bite Me wrote:
Joe is a bitch! How many people have you scared off this forum? They were only trying to help but you just couldn't keep your big mouth shut!
Yes, Vizio? How can I help you? You are cured, right? Well, then, say something helpful to the people out there. Itchygirl and Buggie can also come and help out, too.
Diatamaceous Earth

Perris, CA

#33 Jun 12, 2010
Kooterdan wrote:
Firstly: Collembolans hate the TRICLOCARBAN in 'Safeguard' Bar Soap!
Secondly:
Pyrethrins, pyrethrins, pyrethrins (some claim deet). These are available at your local nursery.(NO PERMETHRINS! These insects are immune to all over the counter insect bombs, sprays and repellents. Wouldn’t you expect that from and insect that kills with benzene venom while producing Tylenol (acetemeniphenol) to deaden its attack!
Secondly:
These hardy little insects survive laundering at any temperature, including bleach and the hottest dryer settings, and even dehydrate themselves for freeze protection.
In order to kill them in bedding, clothes, on smaller surfaces (keyboards and mice) Books etc. one must VACUUM SEAL these objects for at least 3 days or more. They cannot live without moisture and especially OXYGEN.
With the combination of pyrethrin lotion, pyrethrin spray, and Vacuum Sealing (everything regularly) one will get major relief
from these insidious pests!
Things to AVOID:
1. HUGGING. You must be prepared ahead of time. Carry a few fresh garments and plastic bags for this one. Within a few minutes after hugging, bow out quickly and immediately change shirt or blouse putting a fresh vacuum sealed one on and place the contaminated garment in a plastic bag not to be opened or touched until the laundry day ritual.
2. After hugging and on laundry day, watch for pimples in armpits and on hands and arms, spot treat any breakouts with pyrethrin lotion.
2. Telephone handsets that have not been thoroughly wiped down antiseptically. If within a few hours of use, pimples form around the neck, ears, lower arms etc. immediately spot treat with your 'cheap' homemade pyrethrin lotion! Home depot has some great new Sulfur and Pyrethrin only rose and garden insecticide (light green bottle)!
3.Older Carpeting (upon arriving home, immediately remove socks and shoes) vacuum seal shoes and get socks clean and in Vacuum seal after laundering. Immediately treat feet and lower legs with pyrethrin lotion! My legs come under heavy attack at our local Barnes and Noble!
4.Car seats, sofas and chairs, which have been untreated with pyrethrins,
5. Sitting down anywhere in public or touching anything a non-hygienic carrier has handled (leaning against counters, pens, books, toys, tools etc.),
6.Old used books, computer keyboards and mice (unless previously vacuum sealed.)
Precautionary things:
1. Plastic off and Tape up seams of all bed mattresses, car seats and furniture, Wipe down and/or change plastic regularly. Pyrethrin all bed rails, car seats (regularly) and under furniture as necessary! Use 30 and 55 gallon garbage bags over all chairs, stools, and bucket seats.
Gee........I wonder if Howard Hughs had scabies!! Wasn't he considered excentric by wearing plastic gloves and making sure his invironment was sqeaky clean..........especially visitors!!!
Diatamaceous Earth

Perris, CA

#34 Jun 12, 2010
Food grade diatamaceous earth works! Do some research on it! Deosn't kill the eggs, but niether does anything else. Just keep on reapplying it, it is non toxic, so it doesn't matter how many times you use it. I have used everything, and this takes away the itch within minutes, but apply it every day, then when the new scabies hatch, keep the treatment up, those will die, hopefully before they have a chance to lay eggs! I have been using it as a powder on a damp body. Made a paste for problem spots, you can use water. Spray water and food grade diatamaceous earth around house and pets. Be cautious if you have asthma, but the water should help that. after a couple weeks, no more scabies!!
Here To Help

United States

#35 Jul 26, 2010
Just want to thank Buggie and Itchygirl. You don't know how much you have helped me and my girlfriend with this problem! We have found Cedarcide, inteceptor for kitties, and borax/hydrogen peroxide treatment from earthclinic the most helpful.

And as far as the cost of Cedarcide, it is worth EVERY penny. We would have lost our mind without it.

Mostly healed now, but still rely on our beloved "treatment". Thanks to Ted from Bangkok on earthclinic!
brenda

United States

#36 Aug 31, 2010
I use disinfectant that contains Alkyl dimethyl benzyl aluminum chloride to clean the floor and furnitures. It helps a lot. Lysol disinfectant also has this chemical. Try it.
Good luck.
jamie

Grand Rapids, MI

#37 Dec 1, 2010
I too don't trust you buggie. I've seen your websites, links........you are obviously the owner and seller of cedarcide.
YOu can say whatever you want but you are actively trying to sell this product on every site you can find.
YOu are NO innocent bystander trying to help. YOu are trying to sell sell sell.
WE are trying to get help and you continually come up in all of the search engines with cedarcide.
I'm sure you are itchygirl also.

find another job. We need REAL HELP!
buggie wrote:
Joe,
I got off my cellphone (I cannot access the judge feature from my cellphone) to another computer just now judged two of your posts disagree, incendiary and mean. I also reported you for abuse. Someone here also told me they are actually afraid of you. You have a history of getting revenge. I hope you get the HELP YOU NEED.
To Everyone:
I'm a shy, peace-loving, lover-not-a-fighter type person. I like to help people and be a healing presence in the world.
But when I am pushed TOO FAR and attacked and INSULTED and CALLED A LIAR WAY TOO MANY TIMES over months and months, I eventually lose ALL PATIENCE and I've finally and totally LOST ALL PATIENCE with Joe. I'm ashamed that I've SUNK TO HER LEVEL but oh well no one's perfect.
Lulu

United States

#38 Dec 2, 2010
Kooterdan wrote:
Firstly: Collembolans hate the TRICLOCARBAN in 'Safeguard' Bar Soap!
Secondly:
Pyrethrins, pyrethrins, pyrethrins. These are available at your local nursery. NO PERMETHRINS! These insects are immune to all over the counter insect bombs, sprays and repellents. Wouldn’t you expect that from and insect that kills with benzene venom while producing Tylenol (acetemenephenol) to deaden its attack!
Secondly:
These hardy little insects survive laundering at any temperature, including bleach and the hottest dryer settings, and even dehydrate themselves for freeze protection.
In order to kill them in bedding, clothes, on smaller surfaces (keyboards and mice) Books etc. one must VACUUM SEAL these objects for at least 3 days or more. They cannot live without moisture and especially OXYGEN.
With the combination of pyrethrin lotion, pyrethrin spray, and Vacuum Sealing (everything regularly) one will get major relief
from these insidious pests!
very very interesting! i'm wondering if this is why the sulfur8 ointment is working so well for me. It contains triclosan. I bought it for my dandruff but gave it a go when i had my outbreaks because it had the sulfur & menthol in it. the menthol distracted my skin from the itchiness.
You People Are Sick

United States

#39 Dec 22, 2010
My mom was a perfectly normal woman until she starting reading all you crazy F-UCKS talking about your stupid invisible bugs. Now our family is falling apart. You people are f-ucking sick and should be locked up!
Aaron

Hollywood, FL

#40 Dec 22, 2010
You People Are Sick wrote:
My mom was a perfectly normal woman until she starting reading all you crazy F-UCKS talking about your stupid invisible bugs. Now our family is falling apart. You people are f-ucking sick and should be locked up!
Yes, we ARE sick. Can you help us? lol....
lol..... sorry, i had to say it.

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