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Scabies

Collembola/Springtails

Because no one rich has gotten it yet?  (Dec 24, 2013 | post #487)

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Albendazole/Valbazen Cure

Where did you buy it?  (Dec 23, 2013 | post #7)

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Collembola/Springtails

I tried Nature's Gift too and wasn't impressed. I'm doing the cranberry fast/detox diet after the holidays, and maybe I'll try the King Diet - but truthfully, I would rather have them out of my stuff than have them just not bother me. I've had great success with micronized sulfur - they sell it as a fungicide for plants. I started fogging with it the other day and it's helped hugely. That, mustard powder, and Whitfield's Ointment... as well as moving, getting rid of my car, and nearly all my stuff! I'm going to try mustard and sulfur in the laundry... that seems to be the biggest problem left.  (Dec 23, 2013 | post #485)

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Collembola/Springtails

Scrub... not scrab!  (Oct 26, 2013 | post #480)

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Collembola/Springtails

I've had some great success with mustard and turmeric scrab - it's based on something someone said on here... a native grandmother telling her to take aloe internally, and externally mix mustard powder, baking soda, salt and aloe into a spray. I had been doing mustard baths for ages - starting with Dr. Singha's (spendy) - and now I just buy mustard in bulk. I rubbed it on directly with some coconut oil - wow... Now if I could just get them out of clothing and house! I'm giving up on jeans. I tried again tonight. I even steamed them. No luck. I feel fine... and then one infested thing ruins my whole night. Sigh.  (Oct 26, 2013 | post #479)

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Morgellons and Lyme from mite infections

Fred - Sweet Kitten ENDORSED your protocol. She endorsed it. She said it was good. That it worked. She chose to go a slightly different route. Why are you berating someone who makes different choices than you? She's on your side. She decided to do something different. It's her choice, she is free to do what she thinks is best. May not be what you suggest, but let her do But when you put her down and act like a dick, you've just lost an ally. You could say "I don't recommend doing hardcore pharma during this protocol" or "If you give the natural method more time you'll see results without the antibiotics." You cannot say that she's not cured. You would never, ever be able to know that information in a billion years, and saying it makes you look exceedingly arrogant. You cannot say that I'm not infested with collembola. You cannot say that everyone who gets scabies is going to get Lyme. Once she does or doesn't relapse, that's when we'll know if she's been successful long term. Until then congratulate her on her successful treatment and offer your help if she needs it in the future. That's how people behave. Not these endless demands that we listen and follow every single thing you say or be insulted. Many people here have given you credit for creating a good protocol. Thank them. Be respectful of their right to make their own choices. If they want to follow your thing to the letter, great. Hopefully they will have the same success you did. If they don't, then telling them they are stupid makes you look bad, not them.  (Oct 26, 2013 | post #443)

Scabies

My Ivermectin Treatment Story

Red dots/airborne mites could be collembola... you have to get a microscope and glue traps to ID them.  (Oct 24, 2013 | post #1557)

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Lyme and MD protocol

Dickish middle aged white men are all the same, it doesn't matter which side of the argument they're on. They're right, and if you don't agree with them you're stupid or crazy or both. Fred and the Harvard professor should get together and duke it out and leave the rest of us to figure out the mystery. My favorite quote from the New Yorker article on Lyme is this one "I am not sure why we act as if we know the answers, Brian Fallon told me. Fallon, a psychiatrist who has studied the neurological impact of Lyme for years, is the director of the Lyme and Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center, at Columbia University. " http://www.newyork er.com/reporting/2 013/07/01/130701fa _fact_specter?curr entPage=all Acting like you have the answer for everyone is the death knell of proper science. Are you hearing me Fred? Collembola infest people. Yes they do. Here's a protocol which Fred will hate... what I like about it is the author doesn't claim to have the answer for everyone... and yes, sometimes "poisons " like Collidal Silver or MMS can work as medicine. Poison as medicine is not new: http://www.healths alon.org/505/cure- chronic-lyme/  (Oct 13, 2013 | post #81)

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Morgellons and Lyme from mite infections

Sorry... I meant LITERATE.  (Oct 13, 2013 | post #429)

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Morgellons and Lyme from mite infections

Here's a more literal woman who got lyme from bird mites/bed bugs: http://www.mdjunct ion.com/forums/lym e-disease-support- forums/general-sup port/3998002-lyme- disease-transmitte d-through-bed-bugs  (Oct 13, 2013 | post #428)

Scabies

Lyme and MD protocol

Who is the Harvard doctor he says wants to own Lyme as a pet? I've met several dickish Harvard professors who think they know it all... I'm not surprised there's one in the Lyme world.  (Oct 13, 2013 | post #78)

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Lyme and MD protocol

I love how over the CDC he is. And the IDSA. I adore him. This is the best video that popped up alongside his... blond, pink teenager says "Hey Guys, it's Brittany..." and then launches into a well researched Nazi conspiracy about Lyme. HILARIOUS. http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=OrLJL goNgA4  (Oct 13, 2013 | post #77)

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Morgellons and Lyme from mite infections

Fred would accuse her of having a Lyme related brain dysfunction. The fact is ... some people were never taught how to write proper sentences in school. I think she's slightly neurotic and completely sub-literate.  (Oct 13, 2013 | post #427)

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Morgellons and Lyme from mite infections

I love him. "The spirochetes aren't waiting for the bus." Love. Him. This lady got Morgellons/Lyme from bird mites: http://birdmite-mo rgellons-connectio n.blogspot.com/  (Oct 12, 2013 | post #425)

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Lyme and MD protocol

I started to watch and kind of fell in love with him and had to start watching the videos from the beginning. I love a humble scientist. Thanks VSS, my evening is hosed.  (Oct 12, 2013 | post #75)