Collembola Springtails VS Delusory Pa...
chevy

Schwenksville, PA

#41 Feb 15, 2011
Diatamaceous Earth wrote:
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!!
I think maybe we all should re-consider the DE ( Diatomateous Earth), even the "food grade" kind. I bought a huge bag of it myself several months ago, and come to find out, once I went on the website for the DE, that 2 of the ingredients are mercury and lead!!!!!! I was planning on drinking this stuff, using it as an anti-parasitic. I will not be doing that now after what I found out about it, and I am concerned about anyone else who would use it as such. Please read the ingredients first before you use this stuff. I would hate to see anyone get anymore poisoned than they already have been, just trying to kill these infernal blasted bugs!!!!!!
chevy

Schwenksville, PA

#42 Feb 19, 2011
Lulu wrote:
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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.
I am replying to your post in Topix under the "Scabies Forum" about using Sulfur8 against the bugs. In my individual experience, it does work, at first, until the Sulfur8 is sitting for a little while (few weeks), then it starts to lose it's potency. As I said, I've tried it too. My problem, I believe, isn't scabies, it's springtails. And I can't figure out how these suckers have infected my body. I feel like they are all over me---but internally. I don't have any of the outward signs---no lesions, or puss anywhere, or holes in my body from emerging bugs. I kind of wish I did in a way, that way, I'd know for sure what I was up against. I can feel them jumping up against my face alot of times, too. And when they get in my ears at nite---and I pour peroxide inside my ears, I can feel something "flick" up against my ear, like their "tail". That's why I think it's springtails. I feel like I'm being eaten alive from the inside out. I'm at my wits end with this-=--I don't know what to try next. I've thought about an herbal parasite cleanse, but I have to be careful what I take, because I'm on medications. Certain herbs don't mix with certain meds. How long have you had this problem? I've already been to the E.R. twice on my end---and got nowhere, because they didn't see anything on my skin---see---that's the downside of this nasty bugger. And I also tried the dermatologist route---same thing--got nowhere. Same problem---couldn't find any "tunnels" or lesions. So, I went on the net and tried to find help for myself. I also tried the ivermectin "horse Paste"---no results. Maybe I didn't take it long enough, though. Like I said, I'm at my wits end.
Aaron

Hollywood, FL

#43 Feb 19, 2011
I have heard that this soap works really well. A little expensive, though, but it's worth a try.

http://www.espbotanicals.com/strongest_organi...

If you try any other products on this website, let us know how it goes for you, so others can try it.
Heather

Spring Hill, FL

#44 Mar 28, 2011


Has anyone seen this video, she is a nurse in Florida and has seen a lot of these patients.
She is the only one who has helped me.
Skin Care, Sulfur, Glutathione and Detox. Non GMO diet and a Colon cleanse.
She made me stop using chemicals in my home.
Heather
She is really nice and her website is www.morgellonsreport.com she is also working with the Spill Victims
help people with this

UK

#45 Mar 29, 2011
Heather wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =iC4i1nPIgK0XX
Has anyone seen this video, she is a nurse in Florida and has seen a lot of these patients.
She is the only one who has helped me.
Skin Care, Sulfur, Glutathione and Detox. Non GMO diet and a Colon cleanse.
She made me stop using chemicals in my home.
Heather
She is really nice and her website is www.morgellonsreport.com she is also working with the Spill Victims
This is a great video. I'm glad you posted it. Maybe some people can get some help from Trisha. She sure does have ALOT of experience helping people with this mess. Thanks for the link to her website, too!!!
skarpa

Canada

#46 Apr 5, 2011
I've had this problem for last 3 years and it's been a true hell. There are a few things that we learned from the Internet and seem to make things easier.

- contact heat, we are ironing all my clothes and bed linens. The dryer doesn't seem to be hot enough.
- borax, we use to for wiping and laundry booster
- cedarcide (the effect doesn't last to long)

Sofa and the car have been the problem areas.

with a great daily effort we got to a tolerable state that makes live managable, but solving the problem entirely seems to be out of our reach.

I definitely can believe the fungal connection since I have been always prone to fungal infections. Initially I thought that perhaps we were infected by mites, but now I'm more leaning toward collembola.

There is no help from physicians so I don't bother to try and be labeled a "nutcase".

Peer support is the only hope.

Wish you guys recovery from this mystery disease.

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#47 Apr 5, 2011
skarpa wrote:
I've had this problem for last 3 years and it's been a true hell. There are a few things that we learned from the Internet and seem to make things easier.
- contact heat, we are ironing all my clothes and bed linens. The dryer doesn't seem to be hot enough.
- borax, we use to for wiping and laundry booster
- cedarcide (the effect doesn't last to long)
Sofa and the car have been the problem areas.
with a great daily effort we got to a tolerable state that makes live managable, but solving the problem entirely seems to be out of our reach.
I definitely can believe the fungal connection since I have been always prone to fungal infections. Initially I thought that perhaps we were infected by mites, but now I'm more leaning toward collembola.
There is no help from physicians so I don't bother to try and be labeled a "nutcase".
Peer support is the only hope.
Wish you guys recovery from this mystery disease.
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Hi Skarpa,
From what I've read there seems to be a connection between fungal issues and resistant mites/collembolla. What comes first doesn't seem to be determined in anything that I've read.
My experience is similar to yours in that cedarcide really made a difference on surface areas, car, shoes & belts etc. At the time that my infestation was really bad I couldn't afford to use it throughout my environment, but used other things that helped. Mainly things that worked against fungus or mold helped in my environment, bleach followed with baking soda, hydrogen peroxide on its own or mixed with Arm & Hammer detergent (sodium carbonate & enzymes), and pine-sol all worked well in my environment.
Ivermectin internally and various topicals got me near cured many times, but what turned the corner for me was a consistant detox program so that I wasn't attracting the bugs anymore.
There is a lot of information on this forum and it used to be very helpful, but things have degenerated since December, so I don't post often anymore. If you'd like to contact me, please do.
Best of luck,
Armed
Obamanation

Sayreville, NJ

#48 Apr 6, 2011
Obamanation

Sayreville, NJ

#49 Apr 6, 2011
bman

Stanley, NC

#50 Apr 6, 2011
Well, I haven't posted in a while, but I am still suffering. I've tried evrything. My face has come under attack in the last month. I've spent hundreds of dollars on all kinds of over the counter stuff, treated with permethrin about 7 times, and took 18 mg of Invermectin 7 days apart combined with maliathon. The last treatment with the Invermectin and Maliathon was very helpful but not curative. I'm beginning to believe it is Colunbella for I have them jumping out of the carpets and scabies don't do that. I occasionally capture things, flick them in the toilet, and watch them do figure eights until they drowned, yet, two dermatoligists, who suck, tried to lean in the direction of delusional parasatosis. I just told them to give me the scripts I wanted, and they did. That's about all we can get out of a doctor, as they can never find anything in a scraping because, well, they suck. I can find them and keep them as pets, yet someone who makes a million dollars a year can't find anything. My girlfriend has had it with this. She is gorgeous, and I love her, yet we can't touch or ride in each others cars. This completely sucks, and I'm moving now to get away from these carpets. However, I'm not sure that will work. This disease totally wrecks peoples lives, so don't come on here and say we are all crazy or you yourself might find yourself pulling stuff out of your own body one day and go to a doctor and find no help. One reaps what he or she sows.
Kooterdan

Miami, FL

#51 Apr 26, 2011
The microscopic insect(s) that I feel are causing this suffering are the collembolans. The Nat. Pediculosis Assoc. had found them embedded tightly in the skin of 18 out of 20 patients in a study in 2006. I've been experimenting with parasitic insects ever since I became allergic (sensitive) to them in the mid 90's. Freezing, Boiling, storing away for years and yet no results, they were still alive! Only the collembolans can accomplish this. They can even dehydrate themselves in a kind of suspended animation state and survive any kind of freezing. I do believe this most primitive non-insect in the fossil record
even travels around on icy comets and meteors terra-forming our entire linear-time membrane (universe).‘Speaking of linear time. our brains have been wired (by the ALMIGHTY GOD) for non linear time but SATAN saw to it that those areas were buried deep in our subconscious by narrowing our natural Metaversal scope to a simple, single, demonic, linear-time membrane by using the EVIL chronometer (think 60 sec, 60 min, etc.) God warned us but no one seems to take heed! I have a time-displacement experiment (paper) in which you can prove this to yourself, if anyone would like to conduct this simple 2-3 hour mind-expanding technique in bringing one of these areas back into our conscious mind where GOD intended it to reside!! email me [email protected] and I'll be happy to send you my paper.’
Back to these insects(?) The best bet for control that I've found is to do as follows:
You need 4 things as they are already breading and contaminating your entire environment! Thereby turning you into a super carrier before you know it. These bugs killed my mom! Pyrethrins (no permethrins), Safeguard Soap (triclocarban), and a Seal a Meal Vacuum sealer, oh and plenty of Garbage bags! Seal a Meal everything that touches your skin, including shower curtains, mice, books, all clothes and bedding for at least 4 days! Plastic off everything your skin touches, car seats, pillows, mattresses, chairs, and replace shower curtains regularly (use cut large trash bags and dispose of make shift curtains regularly)! etc. Make homemade 'Elimite' by mixing 3 parts lotion to one part pyrethrin (home depot Rose Pesticide. active ingredients pyrethrin and sulfer(white spray bottle)). Any further questions please feel free to contact me. [email protected]
incognito

Atlanta, GA

#52 Jul 29, 2011
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>
Cedarcide is a scam. That company will be glad to take your hard-earned money. You will be left floundering with no cure in sight and an empty bank account.
Joe: Sorry that cedarcide didn't help you, but I have collembola and I have been helped by their products, and I use the least expensive ones, such as Insect Repellant Spray. I can literally feel them running away when I spray this on myself.
incognito

Atlanta, GA

#53 Jul 29, 2011
chevy wrote:
<quoted text>
I am replying to your post in Topix under the "Scabies Forum" about using Sulfur8 against the bugs. In my individual experience, it does work, at first, until the Sulfur8 is sitting for a little while (few weeks), then it starts to lose it's potency. As I said, I've tried it too. My problem, I believe, isn't scabies, it's springtails. And I can't figure out how these suckers have infected my body. I feel like they are all over me---but internally. I don't have any of the outward signs---no lesions, or puss anywhere, or holes in my body from emerging bugs. I kind of wish I did in a way, that way, I'd know for sure what I was up against. I can feel them jumping up against my face alot of times, too. And when they get in my ears at nite---and I pour peroxide inside my ears, I can feel something "flick" up against my ear, like their "tail". That's why I think it's springtails. I feel like I'm being eaten alive from the inside out. I'm at my wits end with this-=--I don't know what to try next. I've thought about an herbal parasite cleanse, but I have to be careful what I take, because I'm on medications. Certain herbs don't mix with certain meds. How long have you had this problem? I've already been to the E.R. twice on my end---and got nowhere, because they didn't see anything on my skin---see---that's the downside of this nasty bugger. And I also tried the dermatologist route---same thing--got nowhere. Same problem---couldn't find any "tunnels" or lesions. So, I went on the net and tried to find help for myself. I also tried the ivermectin "horse Paste"---no results. Maybe I didn't take it long enough, though. Like I said, I'm at my wits end.
What are you using now? I can make suggestions if you like? I still have them also, but I have a plan of attack now that I can afford the products.
nickhammer

Bedford, IN

#55 Jan 11, 2012
please help me i am covered with these damn things there are every where i cant stand it any longer i have moved twice went to the er 11 times the derm said iwas crazy i dont no vhere to start im very low on funds there is so many of these things i cant hardly work cause i work on homes im to embarresed to go any where i gave them to my girl friend now we are both misserable there everywhere in my truck i can see them now but cant get rid of the please help me
Leslie

Ireland

#56 Sep 16, 2012
nickhammer wrote:
please help me i am covered with these damn things there are every where i cant stand it any longer i have moved twice went to the er 11 times the derm said iwas crazy i dont no vhere to start im very low on funds there is so many of these things i cant hardly work cause i work on homes im to embarresed to go any where i gave them to my girl friend now we are both misserable there everywhere in my truck i can see them now but cant get rid of the please help me
Nick, were you ever cured? how ? how long did it take? SO many of you people post PLEASE HELP and we dont hear back- help those of us who are where you were (or maybe still are!)!!! PLEASE!
Jazz

Toronto, Canada

#57 Sep 26, 2012
Don't waste your money on Cedarcide. You can get a much better and more potent spray made for cheaper.

- Buy 1 liter solution of Cedar Essential Oil Himalayan(Cedrus deodora). I paid just over 30 dollars for mine, and I'm sure you can get it for around the same price. Might want to get more if you have a big place.
- Buy Glass Cleaner with Ammonia.
- Buy Alcohol (percentage didn't really matter for me, minimum 50% though).
-Buy a portable sprayer (one that you have to pump and produces a solid fog/spray).

Why this is better:
-Cedarcide uses Juniperus virginiana as its source. Cedrus deodora is a much more potent "insecticide" through the studies I reviewed.
-Cedarcide uses 10% cedar oil and mixes the rest with Saline Solution (salt and water). With the mixture I am suggesting, you can create an slightly stronger concentration for a cheaper rate.
-Saline Solution isn't a "bug killer". Glass Cleaner and Alcohol are reputed for killing bugs on contact.

Basically mix 1L of Glass Cleaner with 1L of Alcohol. Add a cup (250ml) of Cedrus deodora oil. Mix rigorously. This mixture will give you 11% concentration. Not only is the concentration stronger, the oil itself is better. Not only is the oil better, the supporting ingredient, the "carrier", is much stronger as well. The above example produces over half a gallon (2.25L). Add it to your sprayer. Spray away.

With this breakdown, you could potentially make 9L (2.5 gallons) of my particular Cedarcide for around 40-45 bucks - AND IT'S STRONGER IMO.

It's worked for me. The first week was a nightmare though, as the bugs were reacting to the spray and attacking me. I just kept spraying with my portable pump action sprayer. After 2-3 days, a noticeable decrease in Collembola. I can sleep a full 7 hours. I keep spraying regardless every night, as it's pretty cheap and I will continue to do so for at least another 2 months.
Jazz

Toronto, Canada

#58 Sep 26, 2012
Should also add that you could look into improving your diet as well to speed recovery.

-Add Garlic supplements (look for Allicin content - mine is 9211mcg per capsule).
- Add Chlorella/Spirulina. Look for powders and eat around 5g per day. Powders are cheaper when you're taking this much. Some people may be allergic to Chlorella however.

The garlic will remove and get rid of any growing fungus that the Collembola may be attracted to on your body. Also, the smell will come out of your pours and could have them potentially running away.

Chlorella will detox your body from heavy metals, such as aluminum and mercury. Should sustain as part of a regular diet even after this infestation is gone.

While I'm at it, might also want to look into getting Borax and Tea Tree Oil (if you're also buying Cedar Oil - why not?). You can add both to a bath and sit in the warm water for 15-20 minutes with the mixture of Borax and Tea Tree. It has helped me, as Tea Tree kills bacteria and fungus, and also kills bugs.

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#61 Mar 19, 2013
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Kooterdan

United States

#62 Mar 20, 2013
The microscopic insect(s) that I feel are causing this suffering are the collembolans. The Nat. Pediculosis Assoc. had found them embedded tightly in the skin of 18 out of 20 patients in a study in 2006. I've been experimenting with parasitic insects ever since I became allergic (sensitive) to them in the mid 90's. Freezing, Boiling, storing away for years and yet no results, they were still alive! Only the collembolans can accomplish this. They can even dehydrate themselves in a kind of suspended animation state and survive any kind of freezing. I do believe this most primitive non-insect in the fossil record
even travels around on icy comets and meteors terra-forming our entire linear-time membrane (universe).Speaking of linear time. our brains have been wired (by the ALMIGHTY GOD) for non linear time but SATAN saw to it that those areas were buried deep in our subconscious by narrowing our natural multiversal scope to a simple, single, demonic, linear-time membrane by using the EVIL chronometer (think 60 sec, 60 min, etc.) God warned us but no one seems to take heed! I have a time-displacement experiment (paper) in which you can prove this to yourself, if anyone would like to conduct this simple 2-3 hour mind-expanding technique in bringing one of these areas back into our conscious mind where GOD intended it to reside!! email me [email protected] and I'll be happy to send you my paper.’
Back to these insects(?) The best bet for control that I've found is to do as follows:
You need 4 things as they are already breeding and contaminating your entire environment! Thereby turning you into a super carrier before you know it. These bugs killed my mom! Pyrethrins (no permethrins), Safeguard Soap (triclocarban), and a Seal a Meal Vacuum sealer, oh and plenty of Garbage bags! Seal a Meal everything that touches your skin, including shower curtains, mice, books, all clothes and bedding for at least 4 days! Plastic off everything your skin touches, car seats, pillows, mattresses, chairs, and replace shower curtains regularly (use cut large trash bags and dispose of make shift curtains regularly)! etc. Make homemade 'Elimite' by mixing 3 parts lotion to one part pyrethrin (home depot Ortho Ecco-sense (Pyrethrin and Sulfur)Rose Pesticide.(white spray bottle)). Any further questions please feel free to contact me. [email protected]
Kooterdan

United States

#63 Mar 20, 2013
One more thing, any older person that gets big purple spots (sores) on extremities, literally overnight (it's called Pupura Faciitis) This is a dangerous, cancer-causing condition and it is caused by the benzene-laden(!)contaminated bite of the parasitic Colombollan (Springtail) Sirus. As above, 1 part Ortho Ecco-sense rose pesticide (pyrethrin and Sulfur)to 3 parts favorite lotion will return the skin to normal in a few days (killing this super-destructive colony of arthropods. The Colombollan's bite also contains Tylenol, that's where microbiologists discovered it in 1965 (arthropod venom from hell). Ever wonder why we we were never taught about Springtails in biology?! This ubiquitous,oldest, most-parasitic species is Big Pharma's cash cow (second only to frontal-lobe carbonizing psychotropics)! Get the word out to all our elders. Healthy skin is our first line of defense.

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