Collembola/Springtails
Angel

Belvidere, IL

#283 Sep 7, 2013
vss wrote:
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I don't know. This all sounds so lovely, but, to be honest with you, someone who has scabies and has a very good immune system, does not need to take these supplements and probitics.
The scabies mite and eggs actually live in the skin and on the skin. You need tried and true scabicides to kill scabies, not milk thistle and probiotics. I understand that some people need immune boosters, but they do not cure SCABIES. Scabies do not live in enzymes; they actually live in the skin. So, again, why go off way off base with these statements, other than to make money off of products which you specifically name here.
To tell someone to use a certain brand of soap or a specific probiotic smells of an advertisement for a certain product.
I work in real estate. I doubt if the sales from the products I mentioned will increase the market value of homes.

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#284 Sep 7, 2013
Angel wrote:
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I work in real estate. I doubt if the sales from the products I mentioned will increase the market value of homes.
Angel, you rock.

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#285 Sep 7, 2013
vss wrote:
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I'm surprised you are getting treatment from a chiropractor??? WTF???
When Hungry Ghosts says to IGNORE Fred and vss, that's a bit of a egotistical bitchy effing attitude, don't you think HG?? You beacchh.
Well, there you go, you are talking about diatameceous earth. ALL YOU GUYS ARE A BUNCH OF DE SALESMEN, disguising as people suffering from collembola. Yeah, right. Have a great day. And you too, Hungry Ghosts. Have a wonderful evening. And go eff yourself.
Diatamaceous earth does absolutely nothing for you.
And you guys still don't even know what is actually infesting you.
You are a bunch of wacked out psychos trying to make few bucks off of poor people out there.
If I was a newbie, I'd skip ALL your sh*t, and move on to some thread that can actually HELP YOU.
Actually I do know what is infesting me. Confirmed by professionals.

Yes, those on this board who are calmly sharing information should ignore people who accuse us of:

a) selling things
b) impersonating someone else
c) having a disease you couldn't possibly know we have
d) lying (for what reason I would lie online, I don't know)
e) claim that something which *is* working for us actually isn't working
f) tell us that we are a bunch of wacked out psychos trying to make few bucks off of poor people out there." (evidence would suggest that there is no money to be made in any of the recommendations here)

Move on VSS. You're irrational.

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#286 Sep 7, 2013
vss wrote:
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Oh sure, hungry, we ALL collect bug samples from our nose hoping that we don't "squish" them in the process. WACKO...
If there were bugs in your nose wouldn't you collect them and take them to an entomologist? Seemed like a reasonable, rational, sane thing to do. So I did. Nothing wacko about that.

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#287 Sep 7, 2013
Oh - and the cranberry cure? Yeah... cranberries are the highest in Benzoic Acid.

I read about that on two different blogs about MORGELLONS. People thought they had Morgellons went on a cranberry juice fast and stopped having symptoms. They actually had collembola... and the the benzoic acid repelled the bugs.
vss

Hollywood, FL

#288 Sep 7, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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If there were bugs in your nose wouldn't you collect them and take them to an entomologist? Seemed like a reasonable, rational, sane thing to do. So I did. Nothing wacko about that.
just make sure you don't squish them... rolling my eyes...
oh yeah, remember, I will not back down on what I believe and KNOW what is going on here. DE and other things which do not CURE, will be mentioned. I don't care if you sell real estate or AVON....
vss

Hollywood, FL

#289 Sep 7, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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Actually I do know what is infesting me. Confirmed by professionals.
Yes, those on this board who are calmly sharing information should ignore people who accuse us of:
a) selling things
b) impersonating someone else
c) having a disease you couldn't possibly know we have
d) lying (for what reason I would lie online, I don't know)
e) claim that something which *is* working for us actually isn't working
f) tell us that we are a bunch of wacked out psychos trying to make few bucks off of poor people out there." (evidence would suggest that there is no money to be made in any of the recommendations here)
Move on VSS. You're irrational.
if you actually know what you have, then why are you on morgellons forum and blogs? What professionals? You mean professionals, LIKE YOU??? come on... give me a break.

Since: Jan 13

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#290 Sep 7, 2013
Holy effing crap!

I went to the store to gets some cranberry juice and CLA suppliments and I opened the back of my truck and a bunch of springtails flew out. I immediately felt them on my head, neck and right arm (which was raised to open the hatch). I don't feel them as a sunburn... I get a sparkly/prickly feeling when they land on me (distinct from the crawling, itching, pin prick feelings).

I walked over to the drugstore to see if they had any Benzoin Gum or tincture OTC, and I found a GREAT remedy! Blue Star Ointment! The 1st ingredient is Benzoic Acid!

So as I'm walking back to the car I start applying it... whoa! black, brown, tan specks everywhere! I looked at my neck in the rearview mirror - specks all over. I think the last time I had such a dramatic result from a cream was when I put econazole on for the first time - that was mostly fungus. These are definitely springtails. Abandon ship little bugs!
Jackie

Springfield, NJ

#291 Sep 7, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
Holy effing crap!
I went to the store to gets some cranberry juice and CLA suppliments and I opened the back of my truck and a bunch of springtails flew out. I immediately felt them on my head, neck and right arm (which was raised to open the hatch). I don't feel them as a sunburn... I get a sparkly/prickly feeling when they land on me (distinct from the crawling, itching, pin prick feelings).
I walked over to the drugstore to see if they had any Benzoin Gum or tincture OTC, and I found a GREAT remedy!! The 1st ingredient is Benzoic Acid!
So as I'm walking back to the car I start applying it... whoa! black, brown, tan specks everywhere! I looked at my neck in the rearview mirror - specks all over. I think the last time I had such a dramatic result from a cream was when I put econazole on for the first time - that was mostly fungus. These are definitely springtails. Abandon ship little bugs!
Lol @ abandon ship.
Keep us posted on Blue Star Ointment. Do they by chance go in your hair? How do they look like when they came out your truck. I have some 100% sour ass cranberry juice might take some tonight, by the way you selling cranberry juice? LoL all you can do is laugh.
Jackie

Springfield, NJ

#292 Sep 7, 2013
I just read that cloudberries have the highest amount of benzoic acid. They are hard to find, but guess who keeps them in stock? Ikea

Since: Jan 13

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#293 Sep 8, 2013
Jackie wrote:
I just read that cloudberries have the highest amount of benzoic acid. They are hard to find, but guess who keeps them in stock? Ikea
I'm eating cloudberry jam from IKEA on a rice cake right now - yum!

The Blue Star is great - it makes you hot and prickly for a while, and your skin gets red, but it's a dramatic improvement. The rash that had started to form on my arm from the truck incident (they look like little white flies, bits of dust, or black streaks) is nearly gone. I get a rash almost immediately and usually stays for days even after repeated treatments..

I'm going to going to order some Whitfield's Ointment from Amazon as well... I'm wondering what concentration of the tincture should be used for a house spray... mixed with 90% alcohol? What think you lazyweb?

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#294 Sep 8, 2013
vss wrote:
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if you actually know what you have, then why are you on morgellons forum and blogs? What professionals? You mean professionals, LIKE YOU??? come on... give me a break.
Yawn. Yes, you and Fred know EXACTLY what's going on with me and my body in my home. Sure you do. I will listen to all your advice. Oh wait... you haven't given any advice. Just putting people down and hurling insults. You're so helpful.

Oh I guess I shouldn't read any Morgellons blogs... even though Morgellons, Scabies and Collembola have similar symptoms. I promise I won't do any more research that proves you're FOS.

Go on another thread and tell them that they are liars and you know exactly what's going on with them. It's an awesome use of your time and energy. Super effective and convincing. I'm a believer.
Jackie

Springfield, NJ

#295 Sep 8, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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I'm eating cloudberry jam from IKEA on a rice cake right now - yum!
The Blue Star is great - it makes you hot and prickly for a while, and your skin gets red, but it's a dramatic improvement. The rash that had started to form on my arm from the truck incident (they look like little white flies, bits of dust, or black streaks) is nearly gone. I get a rash almost immediately and usually stays for days even after repeated treatments..
I'm going to going to order some Whitfield's Ointment from Amazon as well... I'm wondering what concentration of the tincture should be used for a house spray... mixed with 90% alcohol? What think you lazyweb?
Have you tired the uvc wand? I was reading it kills mold, dust mites and bed bugs I'm thinking it should kill rodent and bird mites. I hope so....so sick of this
Angel

Belvidere, IL

#296 Sep 8, 2013
Jackie wrote:
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Lol @ abandon ship.
Keep us posted on Blue Star Ointment. Do they by chance go in your hair? How do they look like when they came out your truck. I have some 100% sour ass cranberry juice might take some tonight, by the way you selling cranberry juice? LoL all you can do is laugh.
I get them in my hair. But I started using neem shampoo and conditioner and add neem oil to each handful. Then at night after washing hair I add a little more neem conditioner to hair and leave in. Then blow dry hair Makes a big difference. Also use lice comb every morning. Then after drying , and this sounds crazy but it works, I run a fork through my hair. I flip over my hair, heat the fork with a lighter, and run the fork from the scalp down. Lots of black specks and bugs came out onto the floor I do every day and it has made a huge difference. Less crawling and itching now
Angel

Belvidere, IL

#297 Sep 8, 2013
writtenunder wrote:
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Are you saying that they feed off the enzymes in your body?..Could you be more specific?
My daily regime:
supplements:
I've upped my dose of vit C gradually to 6000mg,
st. johns wart,
cinnamon,
tumeric,
calcium,
magnesium,
zinc,
blue green algae,
papaya enzyme,
grape seed complex,
was taking ecinacea but out now and will replace with something else.
Liquids:
oxygen drops in water,
green drinks,
carrot juice,
coconut oil-(on body as well, helps alot!).
Other:
tons of oregano,
pumpkin seeds,
only use stevia as sweetner,
kiefer and greek yogurt.
Also:
Miricle 11 soap is an enzyme based soap that seems to work on the skin head and hair immediately. It removed layers of old and infected skin in the first 3 days of use and unless re-infested by the environment or others, the relief lasts for hours, even without the coconut oil. I believe that the soap pulls them out like coconut oil. They also have a mineral/enzyme body treatment I just ordered, should be here tomorrow. It's used internally and externally, is said to repel bugs, keep skin healthy and not dry it out. People use it as a moisturizer oxygen/ph elevator, and allot of other strange uses.
You can also use the soap to wash clothes with and it seems to help. Haven't tried using just that- don't want to waste it on clothing- and I'm just hand washing one non porous set every night with dawn and a spot of Miracle 11 at the moment due to re-infestation from floor under dryer. Ah, my package just arrived early!!!!! I'm excited to try the new stuff. Thanks for the info, any more ideas or info will be greatly appreciated, I'm a sponge at the moment- no pun intended :-/
I'll try to check out your other posts soon.
Good health!
writtenunder
They don't feed off your enzymes. They feed off the fungus that is in your body. The fungus is in your digestive system. On your skin. On your hair. In your home. enzymes are in your digestive system and help break down proteins, chemicals etc So you need to support the enzymes in your system. Taking a Multizyme or other enzyme supplement helps support your digestive tract. A lot of people see the bugs in their bowel movement. The bugs are coming out of your digestive system when you go to the washroom.
vss

Hollywood, FL

#301 Sep 9, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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Yawn. Yes, you and Fred know EXACTLY what's going on with me and my body in my home. Sure you do. I will listen to all your advice. Oh wait... you haven't given any advice. Just putting people down and hurling insults. You're so helpful.
Oh I guess I shouldn't read any Morgellons blogs... even though Morgellons, Scabies and Collembola have similar symptoms. I promise I won't do any more research that proves you're FOS.
Go on another thread and tell them that they are liars and you know exactly what's going on with them. It's an awesome use of your time and energy. Super effective and convincing. I'm a believer.
Stretch
Yawn
Jackie

Springfield, NJ

#302 Sep 9, 2013
HG so the ozone generator didn't help in the home? I was going to rent one also. I was thinking of getting the uvc wand. Thank you and Angel for scalp tips. Neem is soo strong, clove is also. I had some clove on and this lady was like is that clove...embarrassing.
HG you said that you had some die off of the fungus when you tools a rx. How did the die off feel and look?

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#303 Sep 9, 2013
vss wrote:
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Hungry Ghosts,
This is all very well put together and I'm happy for you that all this bullsh*t is working well for you and others according to the website you keep linking us to, BUT all these things do not cure scabies. The tinctures and soap that you link us to also do not cure scabies. The true cure for scabies and the quickest is stromectol ivermectin tablets and permethrin 5% cream, which your website is not licensed to sell. So, all you newbies out there, feel free to browse her website, but DO NOT buy any of that crap, because it will NOT cure your scabies. Read these threads here and be careful who you believe, as they are all waiting to make some money from you. They are VERY creative.
Yawn. I don't have scabies. I spent 5 months of thinking I did, and it took a glue trap and a microscope to discover I didn't.

Go tell the people with scabies to take ivermectin and perm cream. I did them both many, many times. After getting infected from clothing that had been bagged for months I realized it obviously *wasn't* scabies.

My website? What are you talking about? I don't have a website.

You and Fred should get married and have little Eric Hoffer babies.
Katie

Springfield, NJ

#304 Sep 10, 2013
HG have you seen itchy girls post of her being cured its an old one, but it has tons of info. She recommends using hot shots. I'm wondering if it will help you. I think I'm going to try her method of getting rid of these mites/bugs. I wish she still checked in I have soo many questions, but I don't blame her! She has her life back. Last place I would waste my time would be here.... If I was cured.
Phyllis Pickett

Garden City, KS

#306 Sep 10, 2013
I have lerned a lot from this sight, I thought I had scabies all the Drs say no, well I have something, I believe they are mites, the create sores, itch & I feel them craweling on my, & have used vicks on these areas & rubbed the skin very hard, black dots come out, many of but I think this is their feeces for I have gotten larger cream colore to orange mite looking things from my skin. they are even in my nose, ears & tounge, I have been fighting these horrid creatues for year no, with no success, I have read everything I can find on mites. I now are having some success, sores are healing, itching getting better, but I still get balck dots out when I rub my self down with vicks, espically my feet legs, arms & face. but much less, I removed all callouses on my feet & toes & soak them in vingar or peroxcide every night, my feet were infested. The bath I take is hot water, peroxicde & lots of borax & apple cider vinager, scrub hard & sock, even my hair & face. I have tryed someting my Grandma told me they used to use in the old days to remove warts, plain old Castor oil. I applyed it on all the places I new had them & more, rubbed it in hard, in no time at all these creatues started coming out of my skin, even with out rubbing, so I applyed more & started to rub & scrap firmly over my skin with a a kife blade, boy doe this pop them & their feeces out, I was amazed. Now here is what my other treatment is, cut of sugar take 4 to 5 1000 mg garlic capsles morning & night, also aty bed take 1 tsp of baking soda mixed in a cup of water & drink it, I also mix windex with 91% alchol & spray my floors, chairs bed, what ever, key board, phone, also the soles of my feet the feet & legs a couple of times a day & rub it in, spray your shoes, purse, car interior, inside shoes, always run your clothes throw a hot dryer, I do the same with my sheets or spray them. I hope ths helps some of you !

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