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Borax, Hydrogen Peroxide   3  0   

Posted by Piper (Toronto, On) on 09/13/2010

[YEA]  I made Ted's recipe for demodex treatment. 1/3 cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 2/3 cup of water, 2tbsp borax. I apply with a cotton ball and rinse. It is the best face wash I have ever tried. My face feels soft and smooth after using.

Posted by Teresa (Sumner, WA) on 12/30/2007

[YEA]  Re: dermodetic mites on face. BORAX and PEROXIDE. Thank you Ted for your wonderful postings. You are truly the answer to peoples' prayers. I have been to many doctors and was told that what I had was acne and folliculitus. I read your cures and decided to try it since nothing the doctors gave me (antibiotics, steroid creams and even Accutane) have helped. I thought it couldn't be that simple but it was. So to all the skeptics give it a try (borax and peroxide) You are truly an honest man and compassionate. Thank you


EC: Rosacea Remedies (with Ted's Formula)

Replied by Johm
Mi., US
03/21/2015
I took home a used mattress that was infested with mites. I did not know and kept it for a few months. Well, almost 5 months later, I am using the sauna every day for 20 mins to kill the ones on my body. I use the solution in the thread to keep them out of my eyes and ears. But it seems like an uphill battle. Wish I never took that mattress. Also cut out all sweets from my diet as I noticed they do not bother some people.
Replied by Mariam
Brooklyn, New York
03/22/2015
[YEA]   To Johm, so sorry to hear about your infestation. I have been plagued since August 2014 with microscopic mites. See my previous post. I am almost totally cured, yes cured by simple fresh garlic and ACV. I am posting because if what I'm sharing can spare even one person of the incredible anguish I will keep coming back to EC. I tried most of the things others have but garlic ingestion was immediate and clearing. I had good results with essential oils (though costly), aloe vera smeared to stop the biting, running, tea tree oil, (caused reactive biting), diatomaceous earth, wormwood tea, all "eased" or "helped" symptoms.

Swallow garlic in pill size pieces, rub garlic on affected soles of feet or "itchy" spots. Cut the garlic face on a clove, keep slicing to expose the oil. Sweet, instant relief! Do repeat every few hours or as needed. Fresh garlic is antimicrobial and I sincerely hope you get healed by it. Peace :-)

Replied by Kim
Tx Panhandle
06/13/2015
I bought a very expensive German female Rottweiler puppy and noticeD she was scratching. I checked her thoroughly and no fleas or ticks and was told it was allergies. I bought a $130 gallon of miconizole shampoo and bathed her wkly. It seemed to help and her coat was shiny and beautiful.Then about 5 mths ago she began shedding in handfuls.I thought with her thick coat, this would b normal and she never had bald spots.T

hen I developed two very painful ulcersted sores on my back and I reached back there to c what was causing pain and they were crusted over and a lot of blood and puss came running out. I went to dr and said yes there were two holes there and he did nothing. I had no idea what I was dealing with and my rottie I checked constanlty and never found anything!!

Then I developed 4 more sores on my legs that all became extremely painful, ulcetated and infected. When I realized it was a big problem is when I felt crawling in my hair and was able to get one, worm looking thing, researched it and found it was blood sucking mites and the four stages of them. I was absolutely horrified.

I am very clean person and my Sadie girl who is now over a yr old and is my best friend. l have been treating her with ivermectin every 10 days since I found what the problem was. I have had to go thru hell with drs, telling the samples Im' bringing are skin and these were at bottom of tub after a 30 min hot saltvwater bath. I use boroxo and salt now and always in the water at end of soaking.There are black ones of different sizes, white wormy of different sizes and a gritty like sand all over my skin.I

t burns or stings when they burrow and I rub them out with alcohol and almost always the wormy ones and once in awhile a black one. Almost always there is more then one and the sand granuall. things. I am now severely infested and the ivermectin I don't think is working as I found worms on her back by her tail. I saw a dermatologilst other day and told me I had skin condition and put me on inflamtion meds.I pleaded with him and told him I rub the worms out of my skin everyday and when I wake up there are several on outside of skin and o get right in shower to get them off. I went to er when I called my infectious specialist and told me to get to er and again was told they were testing my blood and it was skin.

My infectious specialist was very concerned about septic with a severe out break and the infected sores and them dying and leaving feces inside my skin. I have disinfected my entire house with bleach water, borox and Lysol. I've sprayed entire house with ortho and even used permethrin 10% for lawn on all my floors. I keep sadie downstairs in a crate or outside confined to one area. I have missed her terrible 4 mths later.

I wash my sheets daily and spray my entires mattress, box springs and every inch of bed and floor. I wash my hand many times a day with disinfectant. I bathe in as water as I cen stand morning and nite and use borox and 2 cups of salt.Many Come it and I feel relief for a day and it starts back up again. I change clothing 3 times a day and wash with my sheets, hot water and run it twice and dryer and run it hot two cycles.My blanket and comforter were washed same way and are in air tight bags and use only the sheets and two sheets to cover with, that are all washed daily in two cycles of wash and dry. I use 91% alcohol and drench my entire body including hair because life shampoo does not work.The first time I drenched my hands that were in horrible pain, it was horrifying to see my hands covers in these worms. I at that moment became very emotional. I am exhausted from cleaning, vacuuming disinfecting every I have been near or touched. My life is consumed with this and I'm soo angry drs don't believe I have mites.

I called my dr back yest and he said his nurse practioner saw me twice and that I refused treatment at er. I became unglued I told the, the rude obnoxious nurse said they weren't going to do bloodwork and they werent worms and if I wanted to b seen all priorities would come first and would 4 ht are more and there was one person in waiting room. I told hey I would tell my infectious specialist they were refusing to do bloodwork and told me I would b seen last and was treated so rudely and as if I was wasting there time and left their angry, frustrated to the max and in tears!! I've read same horror stories.These ulcers r extremely painful sores are scarring my body up for life. I have lupus and am extremely weak and just want to sleep. it's a very severe case that continues to multiply, while idiot drs think Im a Psycho path making this up and the emotional aspect is as traumatizing as the physical Trauma.Y do Drs not take this serious?????Do they not realize the suffering a person goes thru with this and then im told get rid of my beloved dog and best friend. Please any advice or suggestions would b greatly appreciated. I'm 56 with lupus and a very clean person and my oldest son calls me anal because of my cleanliness. I cry all the time now. I havent been able to c friends or family4 mths now and am wearing rubber gloves with anything concerning my sadie girl. I don't want to infect anyone and make a million excuses because it's soo extremely embarrassing. Also when I wake up there are lines all over me like drawing lines with a thick black pencil?!!! I seriously would rather die then to know I will never get the help I need irradiating this!!! Please help me, I'm seriously at my wits end 4 mths later and to b refused help, has made me feel like Im invisible to the medical community and I will sue everyone of them from all the immense suffering ivr endured, permanent scars all over me, the emotional and pychological daily trauma. Telling me to get rid of my beloved pet, instead of suggesting how I can continue to treat us both. I live on disability. Thank u so much for ur time'?I have learned that many people endure this and y is medical world so uneducated with this very disabling disease/ infection/ severe infestation? Ive been treated like a pychopath and am at the edge of the clift because of this.Do they really think people want this kind of attention, having to soo embarrasingly reveal U have a severe very cotagious blood sucking parasites that cause very painful large permanent scars, illness and csn cause death to some . I'm really enjoying this and just love the thought of going to another dr to b ridiculed and pretty much called a liar and hyperchondtiac.Any info would b greatly appreciated and will send pics when I clean my fone out today as it has no space and won't even let me take or send pics. I never knew what the icloud was telling me, when it would say, ur iCloud has not been backed up on 16 wks and continue to tell me.I called at&t and told me nothing to b concerned with and obviously there was and u have to do it by internet and don't have internet. PLEASE PLEASE JUST SUPPORT WOULD HELP, IF NO ONE HAS SUGGESTIONS.THANK U AGAIN SOO MUCH.!! Sincerely, Kim

Replied by 222
Chehalis, Wa
06/25/2015
My heart is broken for Kim. She has been much on my mind the last several days after reading her post. I am dealing with chicken mites that have morphed into what I am not sure. I don't have precise answers for her because I haven't solved my own problems, but perhaps I could offer emotional support, and maybe a few pointers. I would want to submit all that I would say to her to you for your review as to helpfulness. I hope that someone with knowledge and compassion has already responded to her. The description of her issues sound like morgellons. Hasn't "Ted" written regarding a protocol for morgellons?

Thanks for your response, 222

Replied by Shanarose
North Miami Beach
07/13/2015
for Kim .... my heart goes out to you and your beautiful Sadie .... I am also dealing with mites ... this time from a baby bird I rescued last month .... some things are working, as I have started using vicks vapor rub (generic drugstore types also work) on my itch ... thyme oil, which this has, is said to kill mites and lice .... so far, it seems better .... I also stumbled across this site regarding wood ash ... : http://untrainedhousewife.com/wood-ash-for-mite-free-hens it might sound like a stretch that something that works for hens could work for a dog or even for us ... but it looks promising .... I searched online for anyone selling wood ash but came up with nothing ... seems that people who have their own fireplaces and burn their own wood are the only ones that have this .... if you find somewhere it sells, please let me know at rhonacorinne@inbox.com ..... sounds like real potential .... hoping to get some for my baby bird and cats .... even for myself if I can .... in the meantime, I still use DE and feed my cats Brewer's yeast in their food daily .... works for them .... brewer's yeast and the b complex vitamins are said to repel insects on the skin .... my cats are doing well on the brewers yeast so far ..... much healing to you ..... for a quick and easy recovery .... shanarose .....
Replied by Shirley Simson
Kelowna Bc
07/16/2015
You had mentioned your baby birds had mites. I just found mites or lice not sure which on my babies in the nest also watching the parent birds sratch .help I was reading to spray them down with Apple cider vinegar is there anything else I can do? I immediately took them out of their nest and put clean material in. I just have to treat them now.

Borax, Tea Tree Oil, H2O2, Vitamin E   1  0   

Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn Usa) on 09/05/2010

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  DEMODEX MITES

ON A ROLL, this is my third input today. This is not my procedure as I got it off this site, but I have refined it. I now only put the borax, tee tree oil and hydrogen peroxide solution in my nose where the hair follicles are. Also I have added Vitamin E for the oil. This is more effective and I have been doing this for several years. I have concluded that you never get rid of these buggers, you just control them.

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn Usa
04/21/2013
[YEA]   HI U GOD FEARING PEOPLE DOIN, , , , , , , , , , ,

Well, I'm free of my mites. It was an interesting chore. At first I had no clue. The bumps were just erupting all over my body. I am SJS so it took me a few weeks to figure out what was going on. I first went to my regular doctor and he gave me Premethrin, which is useless as tits on a bore shoat. The mites eat this as dessert.

I learned that mites die at 120 degrees so I began a FIR sauna that was between 150 and 170 degrees. Following that I took a bath using 16 oz of H202 , a cup of Borax and a cup of Epson Salt. Half-way through the bath, I coated my body down with the strongest Cayenne Pepper sauce I could find. What lots of folks don't know is that Cayenne pepper is a natural insecticide. Then I coated my body down with what is equivalent to grain alcohol. None of this is original with me. I got all this off the internet. Listen up good folks, people on the internet will tell you their woes and you need to listen. Some are out in left field but you can figure that out pretty quick. One thing that I did as a Ch E is to buy the 10% Permethrin from the Co-op which is used for animals. I put that on the spots that I knew there were mites and coated that with DMSO gel. DMSO is the strongest solvent there is and will take whatever stuff you got to the problem. I also coated my body with H2O2 and Borax as Ted suggests.

My wife washed my sheets, clothes, and towes, etc. Every day with hot, hot water and borax. I think the thing that killed my critters is heat. I have spent the money to take care of all our old age problems like a Fir sauna and a Ozone generator.

I finally got to see a dermotologist and he put me on a total body jel , Triamcinolone Acetonide. However, the game was over. I had killed the crtitters with natural products. I do think that the sauna heat is what got the little devils.

I took specimans to the Dermotologist but initially he had no clue , so I may not have had scabies. I will let you know in a week or so.

Is life interesting or what ? ======RH=======

Thank you Earth Clinic for spreading the word.

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile , Tn Usa
05/01/2013
HI U GOOD FOLKS DOIN, , , , , , , , , , ,

What a saga. I am telling you that your M.D. has no clue as far as parasites are concerned. I had a mite of some description but my dermatologist had idea what it was and did not send it off to be identified. Using 5 % Permethrin is useless as tits on a bore shote. The bugs have been immune to this strength for many years, but the M.D.'s have no idea.

I have defeated the little bastards and here is what I did. First, I have a FIR Sauna and I heated it up to 160 to 170 degrees and stayed in this heat for 20 minutes. They cannot stand this heat. That got most , but on the others I put 10 % Permethrin from the Co-op that they use on animals. On top of that I used DMSO to take it to the source. I also got into a tub of hot water that I had added 16 oz of Hydrogen Peroxide, a cup of Borax , and a cup of epsom salt. Half way through the bath I covered my body with the hottest cayenne pepper sause that our Mexican illegals can imagine. Cayenne is a natural insecticide. On completion of this procedure I then did what Ted says and that is to cover my body with a solution of Hydrogen peroxide and borax.

I then went to a dermotologist and learned the he had no clue. I did what he said but the game was already over. He did not try to learn anything about this parasite. He called it a rash. Kiss my grits. That is the reason that I rely on you folks for my good health.

What I think killed the critters is heat. My wife and I have not slept together since all this came about. If you cannot do this and protect your loved one, then you deserve whatever you get.

That is what an old farse thinks. =====RH=====

Replied by Van
Houston, Texas
11/28/2014
Hello,

Got mites and really need help? just got bit! Jst wondering if you know how I can get permethrin cream 10 %. Went to doctor got one 5% cream but refuse to give more. Also want to get info on Fir Sauna. I am a substitute teacher and really need help. Went to 2 dermatologist spent over $800. and no relief. Sincerely, Van

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn.
11/29/2014
HI U VAN, , , , , , spent lots of time in Houston in '77 -'79 working on a Paper Mill design project.

Now listen up good buddy because you are going to have to get very, very serious to successfully address your problem. Everyone does . I suggest that you read every post on mites, scabies, etc on this site.

First, you are pissin in the wind by going to an MD except to give you prescriptions that you get off this site. They have never experienced what you are going through. You will have to address the mites in your skin and those that are in your clothes, bed sheets , floors , everywhere. Turn your hot water heater to 180 degrees and use only hot water and borax to wash your clothes, bedding , etc. Everything goes into a large plastic garbage bag. Clothing and bedding are changed daily. You have to sleep alone and don't touch anyone. Cover your mattress with a plastic zippered bag. Take a clothes lint roller and go over your sheets daily to keep track of your progress. The mites will be caught on the adhesive. Estimate them daily. Use only one set of sheets and only two sets of clothes. KISS, keep it simple stupid.

You will be killing critters every day but their eggs are hatching on a cycle and in another week you got a new team to mess with. This goes on for a couple of months if you stay with a good program.

Now Van, let's kill some dang mites. The 10% you are looking for is found at a farm Co-op as it's used on animals.... has to work. The drug folks don't want it to work for you, they just don't want you to die. It's the cancer and heart thing.

1. Go buy that and use it once a week for 3 weeks.

2. Now here's where you have to see a doctor. Get a prescription for Triamcinolone Acetonide Ointment USP, 0.025% and coat your body 2X a day for two weeks and then one a day for a week. Cover you entire body from neck to toe. This will smother mites that were not killed by the insecticide.

3. Go to Walmart's Mexican section and buy the hottest liquid pepper they have. Buy Several boxes of 20 Mule team Borax. Buy 10 big bottles of Hydrogen peroxide.

4. Every morning and night, fill a tub of the hottest water you can stand. Add a bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide and 2 cups of borax and 1 cup of baking soda. Soak for 30 minutes and stand up and coat your body with the liquid pepper sauce. Sit down and wash this off. Stand up again and spray down your body with a saturated borax solution. Let sit for 5 minutes. Rinse that off with a shower.

5.Treat your body with the 10% Permerthin weekly followed by the daily ointment.

Van , I did all of the above and learned that mites are killed at a high temperature. I also did that 2X a day in our FIR sauna set at 160 degrees.

I also corresponded with a lad in Ireland who suffered for 2 years until he used a Rife Machine and killed his in two weeks. I now have a Rife Machine. I also have a Zapper, which you may want to buy and try. No U.S. doctor has a Rife Machine as they are outlawed for doctors ... too effective and too cheap. Mexico has them.

I think I got my mites from an upscale hotel in Atlanta. I have learned that folks that travel and have mites change hotels rooms daily. Mites know no educational nor economic barrier. They just get everybody, including substitute teachers.

Van, all on this site will vouch I tell stories, but they are all 96.4% true. I reserve 3.6% for embellishment.

I wish you the best but you got to out smart these little buggers and you do that with knowledge and persistence.

==YO NEW BUDDY ......ORH======

Replied by Van
Houston, TX
12/03/2014
I appreciate all the information. These thing are worst thing morning after trying several remedies. If fact I think I may be poisoning my self by drinking borax water, I have found several blister on several of my fingers? At its end almost cannot function. I have scars like someone has scratched me up. I have a mite in my face driving me crazy because it is around my eye. Do you know if a rife machine can be ordered from Mexico? Where can I find a zapper? How can I find a farm coop? Need to purchase items suggested?

I'm sorry I have so many questions, but what is a farm coop and what is H202. I know what H20 is.

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn.
12/03/2014
HI U VAN, , , , , , , , , , , first thing is not to hit the panic button. Keep a cool tool. Me and this site will get you through yo troubles. Forget the Rife Machine unless someone in Houston that has one will take you on. They cost almost $ 5000 and it takes awhile to learn how to use it.

It took me a minute to learn that there are three Tractor Supply Stores near Houston that have the 10% Permethin or go on line and order it.

With this, I have concluded that you are lazy and I'm not doing your work for you. I have told you what to do, so do it. Won't tell you what I really think because the bosses on this site have me on probation. Get off your dead ass and help your self. You have been told what to do, now do it. Once you gather your supplies and get started on what this site tells you, then we will help you. I have had enough of your pity party , especially as a substitute school teacher.

========ORH=============

Replied by Elizabeth Tan
Philippines
02/12/2015
For eyes infected with mites, try Cliradex. Tea tree oil works for me - it stops the itch only and one has to reapply - better than drugs.

Brewer's Yeast   0  0   

Posted by Izzy3 (Sebastian, Florida) on 10/15/2009

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  I am a sufferer for 1 year now of some invisible biting mite, or so I thought, now I feel it might be the Sticktight Flea which also can't be seen without magnification, I noticed the things coming off my body are things exactly like the 3 stages of this biting Burrowing blood sucking creature, it also loves to live in peoples ears ! Which has been my distress for 9 months now in the left ear, however by chance I stumbled upon a site staing that fleas do not like Brewers Yeast, it's used for fleas and other bugs on dogs cats and livstock, so I'm giving it a try, you can find the tablets in grocery stores usually in vitamin section, don't take more than reccomended doseage, especially if on other meds. If you walk in a room and suddenly feel them on your calves or upper body, think about it, fleas are able to jump, mites can't ! we might have some of them too but I am getting reaction from the yeast with the ones in my ears, they are not happy . I'm also on ph drops to build my alkaline and immune booster caps.Good Luck to all fellow sufferers.

Replied by Lou
Tyler, Tx
02/16/2013
I picked up a can of brewer's yeast and it said on the can that if you have an allergic reaction to penicillin, you should NOT use it. Be careful!

Cayenne   2  0   

Posted by Philip (Toronto, Ontario) on 05/15/2012

[YEA]  Guys, I suffered from an internal mite infestation for a long time and have it under control now using Cayenne Pepper... It is the only thing that has worked for me. I make a tea with it, add honey and ACV. I have gotten my life back after a nightmare 9 months.

Please share this with others. Thank you!!

Replied by Suzi
Ny
05/15/2012
Philip: How much cayenne do you use and how do you make the tea? How long have you been drinking this? What were your symptoms and have they been totally eliminated? I am on my 9th month now with them everywhere.
Replied by Sally
Oregon
08/16/2013
[YEA]   Cayenne really helps, I drink it every day in a soy/black tea mixture. I also add EmergenC and some tumeric. I drink it on ice, it tastes good. Also, I use a liquid band aid over the mite burrows which stops the hatched mites from escaping. It takes a few days of keeping the spots sealed but they will eventually die and heal up.
Replied by Darbs
PA, US
08/13/2014
Hi, I am seeing your great recipe for the tea. If you please could answer a few questions... I am going on 14 months now. Did you need to do the vacuuming everyday? Seems when it's internal it sloughs off the skin. Also do you have a dog and and suggestions for the pup. Very desperate here. But the big question, did you finally rid yourself??

Choriopete Mite   0  0   

Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn. ) on 09/03/2014

HI U NEIGHBORS, , , , , , , , ,

I need some consultation. I just got my DNA test back from my MD turned Homeopathic doctor and my problems are too long to list, so I just want to address one. That is the Choriopete Mite. They are microscopic and feed on the skin of animals like horses, sheep, etc. They are supposed to itch. I read all I can on the internet and pulled out my Hulda Clark book. This is my second test for this critter to appear. The only place on my body that shows a rash is my ankles and this showed up when I crushed my t 12 vertrabre. My ankles swoll and I assumed that they were all related. Now I'm not so sure.

I'd especially like Bill and Timh to review what treatment I'm about to do. I can get 10 % Premetrin at the Farmer's Co-op , spread that on my ankles and cover that with 50% DMSO. That should kill the buggers and I will detox the insecticide later. As a Ch. E. I need the advice of folks smarter me.

When I really get a good case of the ass it is usually at my self. It has taken me 6 months to get to this spot. I should have seen this earlier.

On a lighter note, me and Ms Conn and daughter are headed to St George's Isl. for a week. They will sunbath and I'll study how to get my gimlet ass to age 92. That will take the help of my Earth Clinic friends.

One last comment, If you have cancer, get in touch with THE INDEPENDENT CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION. They will give you low cost natural treatment alternatives and all for free. What treatment is your decision.

Ya'll behave for a change. ==Ole RH==

Replied by Timh Donate

KY
09/04/2014
O.R.H. I often muse on what exactly is missing in your treatment as you are doing advanced or extended protocols w/ limited effect. One of the greatest discoveries in Alternative Cancer treatment is the presence of protective fibrin coating of cancer cells. Conventional & Alternative treatments are often ineffective because the intelligent c cells are protected. In this case, take Serrapeptase or Nattokinase to remove the fibrin coating and "bam" your treatments work as they should.

Same kinda thing going on w/ the Mites except they proly have the "Chitin" coating same as fungal cells. In this case take the chitin inhibitor Lufenuron and then treatments can be effective.

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn.
09/04/2014
HI U Timh, , , , , , , , , , at first I thought you were pulling my leg, but the internet says otherwise. It appears, for parasites we would do better going to a veterinarian than to an MD.

Thanks for your counsel. ===OLE RH==

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
09/04/2014
Timh, would Serrapeptase or Nattokinase or Lufenuron work externally on a skin C, for example?
Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn.
09/04/2014
HI U MMSG AND TIMH, I struck while the poker was hot and coated my ankles with the 10 % Premethrin this morning and topped that with 70% DMSO gel. Yesterday I started with the Holistic protocol that my doctor recommended which is absorbed under the tongue. That is followed up with 3 oz of water that has the mite frequency embedded in it. This is the same principle at the Rife Machine except the frequency comes internally instead of externally.

I won't do the insecticide for another week but during that time I will use a sulfur gel compound daily. I have cured too many mange dogs in my life with sulfur and burnt motor oil and it worked every time. I have no clue where the mites are located but my ankles are the only place that my skin is not normal.

I also will use my parasite zapper while on vacation. If the mites go away, we will not know why. I used the same approach in strightening out stinking pulp mills . I shotgunned and the company made money but never knew exactly how the problem was solved. I just want to rid myself of mites and could care less how I did it. I'll leave that to the wormy college professors to study.

========OLE ROBERT HENRY======

Replied by Angie
Rockfalls, Illinois
09/09/2014
i would like to know what the pill that dissolves under tongue with frequency is called. I need help desperately bad.

Coconut Oil, Tomato Juice   1  0   

Posted by Fran (Rocky Face, Ga) on 01/29/2013

[YEA]  Half coconut oil and half tomatoe juice helped a friend of mine that was suffering from what we believe to be mites

good luck

Colloidal Silver and Coconut Oil   1  0   

Posted by Mckenna (Aubrey, Texas) on 07/11/2014

[YEA]  For 3 months and 11 days I had treated the tiny back yard with 100 pounds of sulfer powder, sulfered the floors and dusted the dogs. Then tried 50 pounds of Diatomaceous earth. Countless Pyrethrine baths, sulfer baths (not sulfer lime dip) Washed my sheets every day in Borax, cans of Frontline, Revolution drops, boraxed the dog beds finally throwing them all out, used EVERY single bug spray that Lowes and Tractor Supply had inside and outside. Neem oil sprayed outside, countless pesticides inside and out. I put neem oil on myself and orange oil, lemon oil, tea tree oil, menthol powder...you name it. I also bombed my cars on 7 separate occasions each. (I considered selling my car with cloth seats as even the bombs and Nylar powder I was using was not killing them at all.) I tried absolutely everything!!!!!!!!

I lost my fiance for a week because he thought I was losing my mind because he wasn't bitten by these things. Only my daughter and I were affected. I bought a high powered microscope but could never find a mite. I ordered a gallon of concentrated lime dip (I have great danes). While waiting for this last hope, I bought $100 worth of the finest colloidal silver Sprouts had to offer and the finest liquid coconut oil. I did 10 parts silver to 1 part oil and slathered my dogs up. They loved it. It was also safe for them to lick it. They got it all over and inside their nostrils as well which was great cause the mites I have learned will live in there. I shampooed them 4 hours later...bugs were decreasing by the next day. I then saturated the danes with straight silver and brushed it all in their coats and never washed it. I did another yard treatment and full house and bedroom treatment.

After a break up, many sleepless itchy nights, terrible dry scaly painful red skin, depleted bank account, and tears upon tears I was free of these bastards. Colloidal Silver was the ONLY thing that killed them on my dogs. My poor 3 year old Dane developed a huge lipoma from all of the toxins I had exposed him to. I am now using much Tumeric powder to try and get the toxins out of their system. It was SO MUCH WORK!! But I am now free. Please ask me any questions. I now consider myself an expert in these things. Please please be careful what you expose your family and dogs to. One more thing...we also bathed the parrot and three guinea pigs we had, but had immediately isolated them from the dogs upon learning we had mites.

Replied by Theresa Donate

Mpls., Mn
07/12/2014
Hey McKenna!

Thanks so much for sharing!

Replied by Timh Donate

KY
07/13/2014
McKenna: I'll second the thanks on your success.

I am no expert, but did you ever try Ivermectin? What kinda wormer meds do you use on the pets? Remember, internal parasites cause immune dysfunction which then can trigger hyper infestation of stuff like Mites, Tics, and Fleas. It may be that the Colloidal Silver has been so effective in killing the pathogens associated w/ the parasites that the immune system is able to defend the "bastards", although it is possible the C.S. had a direct effect also.

Also, if-I-might-add, you can also add C.S. to pets food or water on a regular basis. My pets show marked improvements fallowing a needed C.S. treatment. Hydrogen Peroxide aka 35% FG H2O2 added to the pets water on occasion or when necessary is also about equally effective as C.S. Rotation is best.

Maybe a little off topic, but still important is keeping the Colon clean w/ a pinch of Milled Flaxseed. I like to give Flax at least once every two months.

Replied by Heather
Az
07/22/2014
Thank you for your post and your offer to answer questions! So how did you apply these items to yourselves? External or internal? How much, how often? Or did the problem just go away once the dogs were treated?
Replied by Spelth
NY, US
09/01/2014
Heather, were you able to find out how to apply the silver and oil to your house eg, bedroom?
Replied by Nicole
Wi, US
11/14/2014
Please email me I going through same thing. They want to dip my dogs now in Lyme sulfur. I used lidaine twice. And its back. Were do I buy powder for toxins out and were do I buy finest coconut oil and colloidal silver. And how do u use these things to treat care. House yard. Please someone help. I been going through this almost 3 years. MY YORKIES. HE IN BAD SHAPE BACTERIAL WISE. THANKS FOR UR TIME. I HOPE SOMEONE CAN HELP ME. I FEEL LIKE THIS IS CRAZY. I OUT OPTIONS......
Replied by Timh Donate

KY
11/15/2014
Nicole. You can get Coconut Oil at grocer but Colloidal Silver at health food store. You can also buy Colloidal Silver Generator and make your own at home. For now, put about 10 drops Hydrogen Peroxide in your doggie's water bowl. I rotate C.S. and H2O2 in my kittie's water bowl.
Replied by Julie
St Paul, Minnesota
04/12/2015
I'm to try colloidal silver with son's guinea pig Snickers His brother Skittles died a few weeks ago of a skin condition of some type (lice, mites - not sure) and I don't want son to be heart broken again!

Thanks for the info! Julie

Replied by Donna
USA
05/21/2015
What did you do for the house treatment? And can I use colloidal liquid?

Denatured Alcohol   1  0   

Posted by Court (Vista, Ca, Usa) on 06/18/2013

[YEA]  I have found after suffering -and trying assorted remedies this has WORKED

for mite infestation - denatured alcohol in a spray bottle all areas - couches, beds, floors , mats outside of doors and carpets wont hurt or stain fabric or leathers evaporates quickly

15.00 a gallon at most home centers -get enough to do it twice depending on the size of your house and how many beds , ect (i used aprox a gallon per application 1200 sqft house )make sure all your windows are open when you spray -hope I dont need to say... Don't smoke while applying or near open flame. It kills the buggers instantly and the second time gets the offspring that were eggs.

do it twice 4-6 days apart

almost instant relief- breakes the mite lifecycle

Bathe in Dr. Bonners peppermint casile soap 3 capfuls to a bathtub 1 time a dayand within 1-2 days you will start to heal with no new bites

As I said this WORKS is relatively inexpensive and saves you from having to hear it's all in your head - you are crazy, you cannot see these lil buggers with the naked eye but they bite and burrow lay eggs move and do it again so I hope my experience helps some of you desperate to be free from this.

Court

Replied by Koni
Ottumwa, Ia
08/21/2013
I do also believe I have a mite infestation. Been going on over a year. Even moved and got rid of lots of furniture. Unfortunately, it came with us. I have lost 40 pounds and other heath issues since this whole nightmare started. Have spent thousands of dollars on exterminators, Dr. Bills. All the drs. stated all in my head. My question is Denatured Alcohol different than the regular rubbing alcohol you buy at the store? For we tried that and that only helped temporarily. Back feeling bites within less than hr.?
Replied by Dana
Qld., Australia
10/04/2013
In Australia, denatured alcohol is called Metho. metholated spirits.

Diagnosing Mites   0  0   

Posted by Eve K (Houston, Tx, Usa) on 11/19/2009

Hi all, I am wondering if I may have some type of mite infestation? How does one determine what type of mite it is? I notice the remedies are quite varied but seem to be directed at specific type of mites...

This summer, in the evenings, we usually sit on the patio for a little happy hour after work. This is between 6-7 pm. Summers (well, ALL seasons, actually) are very HUMID.

I noticed on several evenings that my right occipital orbit bone would become quite itchy and irritated but there was no obvious bite. I thought it was some kind of tiny mosquito, biting gnat or something like that, but it made no sense that it would always be in the exact same place. Occasionally there is a similar itchy spot along my right temple at the hairline.

Tonight, it is too cold to be outdoors, but the itching started in the same old place. The orbit bone is quite puffy and red, my whole right cheek is flushed red (no alcohol tonight so that is not the reason!) and there are two little bloody spots like pin pricks.

The left cheek was a little flushed but not itchy and no obvious bites. I really don't want this thing to spread, it would be a nightmare.

Any thoughts?

Two other things--I have an inside dog but have had him for 11 years. He doesn't seem any itchier than normal...
Also, this year, we started using a clothesline to dry our clothes and towels, especially during the drought when it was pretty hot and sunny all day, really saved on our electric bill. The line runs from the house to a big pecan tree that is heavily inhabited by squirrels and we also have a lot of birds in our yard (all kinds from sparrows to cardinals to hummers to owls). On at least one occasion, I had to rewash towels that had been hanging on the line due to being soiled with some kind of animal droppings...

I just washed all my towels and pillow cases in super hot water and washed my face with ACV followed with a layer of coconut oil.

This is a long post but I would appreciate any input.

Thanks and thanks, Earth Clinic, for this amazing site!!

Replied by Gaynor
Manaton, Devon Uk
11/21/2009
Eve,

You should try Ted's remedy below for dermodex mites borax and hydrogen peroxide- this works well for killing these nano- insects. I am in the process of treating myself presently. Best of luck.

TED'S REMEDIES

Ted from Bangkok, Thailand writes: "Consider taking borax. Some people believed the demodex mites are responsible for rosacea. They may be right. But, there are others too that are not yet identified. I prefer to lump all these insect issues to just one category: nanoinsects. These insects have several weakness that you can kill them, or at least weaken them. One obvious ones is borax. The treatment can be broken down to two things;

1. Taken internally: Try 1/8 teaspoon to 1/4 teaspoon of borax in one liter of water/day. You just drink this water throughout the day. If it runs out then drink just normal water, with some magnesium added if possible. Magnesium is found in certain seeds such as sunflower. They seem to be synergistic with the vitamin D as vitamin D promotes calcium and the body needs to balance both magnesium and calcium to an ideal amount.

2. Used externally: Dog mange is confirmed demodex mites and the only treatment that effectively cured of dog mange is 1% hydrogen peroxide and borax saturated solution applied topically. Many people believe the demodex mites is the cause of rosacea. What I am sure about is it is an insect issue. The method of killing them is external application of 1% hydrogen peroxide with borax saturated solution to the face, unrinsed. It tends to cause drying. So you can apply appropriate lotions to prevent drying, such as jojoba oil, aloe vera or lavender oil.

Replied by Ruth
Hobart, Tasmania
01/14/2010
Oh this is the remedy including borax, didnt see it earlier, thank you!
Replied by Ruth
Hobart, Tasmania
01/17/2010
How long do you keep the saturated solution with 1% peroxide on face for please Ted? I have had worsening roseacea since mite insect population exploded. Maybe I have the Demodex mites but how come none of the 12 medical people I saw suggested that? I understand that chinese medics say sugar is red on skin (dairy is white patches) I love sweet foods as much as I try not to I feel it' s a sugar issue, myself -the rosecea I mean but this is all interesting-well not that interesting-I could be doing alot of other things! Thank you, Ruth
Replied by Tricia
Ireland
01/18/2010
Ted's recomendation is to leave it on the skin but because it made my skin look dry I put it on at night and washed it off in the morning. I kept up the regime nightly for 1 month the went to every second night for 2 weeks, every third night for 2 weeks and tapered off.

I don't believe mine was a sugar issue and mites will attach to easy healthy option before they'll go for hard to grip damaged or oily skin that they find difficult to latch onto.

Also, use and change your pillowcases, i.e use 1 side tonight other tomorrow then change to prevent reinfection. Your pillowcases may lighten from the concoction so use old ones.

Replied by Ruth
Hobart, Tasmania
01/19/2010
Thanks Tricia, I'm concerned at ingesting Borax after pharmacist warning that it accumulates as poison in body?
Replied by Tricia
Ireland
01/19/2010
I honestly can't say whether the borax was dangerous or not. I'd love to have the chemical background that some of the other posters have to be able to know for certain but I can tell you that it didn't adversely affect me. I still continue to use it 2 days a week in a litre of water. Somewhere on this site a poster mentions the LD50(the amount it will take to kill you) of borax but I can't remember where it is.

My worry at the start was "did the borax or peroxide have stabilisers added that would be harmful". So I rang the company and said I was doing an educational project to find out what was added. The answer was nothing so I guessed that with the amount of posters that had successfully ingested and knowing what to watch out for thanks to the warnings pages I would jump in with both feet.

I imagine that most people start a borax regime with trepidation.

Replied by Eden
Mesa, Az
05/04/2010
What about the hair?
Replied by Anne
Amsterdam, Ny Usa
10/14/2011
Again, has anyone had success treating bird mites that have gone internal? I have altered my diet, gone more alkaline, no red meat, very little animal protein, MSM, vitamin c, cal/mag/zinc supplement, vitamin D, good yogurt, flaxseed oil and a multi-vitamin supplement. I am still infested, and want to begin the borax treatment, but am not sure what to expect...
Replied by David
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
12/16/2011
In keeping with EC guidelines I've not been posting my progress here daily. However, I'm now on Day 7 of Ted's remedy and I feel I should report my experience so far:

The remedy: I dissolve 1/4 teaspoon of pharmaceutical-grade borax in one litre of water and sip it throughout the day. Additionally, I drink 1/2 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate in 1/2 glass of water twice daily.

I also drink unpasteurised ACV "with mother" in a glass of warm water three times daily with meals, two tablespoons of food-grade diatomaceous earth in water daily, one high quality multi-nutrient capsule daily (contains all the vitamins, minerals, and trace elements), two cups of green tea daily, two chewable calcium tablets for my osteoporosis (I think it's inorganic but I can't find the organic variety in Ireland), and a clove of raw garlic every second day. Lunch is a heap of cucumber, an apple, a clementine, and a banana. I also eat dark chocolate every now and again. Daily, I drink yoghurt with plant sterols (for my high cholesterol).

I've cut out coffee (which I really, really miss), sugar, bread, and cheese (which I also miss badly) and the only milk I consume is on my breakfast bran flakes. I don't eat butter.

Day 1: I had a dramatic drop in the number of tickles - down to less than 100 from well over 1, 000.

Day 2: Was not as good as Day 1 but I believe more insects are being driven out onto the surface of my skin and of course a new clutch of eggs "comes online" every day. I also noticed that urinating created lots of bubbly suds in the toilet bowl.

Day 3: Was the same as Day 2 except that the timings of my tickle onslaughts changed. Mornings were now much busier while afternoons were relatively peaceful until dusk. At full nightfall they quietened again until 8. 30, then got busy again till midnight when they started to taper off.

Day 4: Was the same as Day 3 except the suds disappeared from the toilet bowl and my urine was now pale green, the exact same colour as my sebaceous plugs.

Day 5: The suds returned with urine still green. But something happened that's never happened before: normally, I've always been able to halt a tickle onslaught on my scalp and face during the day by going outdoors into the light. At night, going outside into the cold air also stopped them (they love heat and relative dark - a demodex mite trait). The day was sunny but freezing cold with a high wind chill when I went out for my afternoon walk. The tickles continued unabated.

Day 6: I didn't go outdoors (rain) but the timings remained the same. Less suds and urine not so green. Tickles seem less intense and plugs that were hard and solidly embedded in my skin were now softer and could be fairly easily removed with a fingernail. The objects they contain are blackened and seem malformed. Fewer trips to the bathroom to brush wandering mites off my abdomen, groin, scrotum, perineum, and buttocks, and remove them from my anus. Almost all the astonishing amounts of scurf that used to coat the wash-basin when I washed my face and scalp (I shave my head nightly) has disappeared. My skin feels much softer and the orange-peel texture is fading.

Day 7 (today): Same timings but tickle numbers slightly reduced so far. Less suds and urine less green.

I seem to have plateau'd at a better but still unacceptable level and it's unclear how long I should continue with Ted's remedy. But since demodex females can live for up to 60 days, three months would seem a good idea.

Some people here reported adding a capful of hydrogen peroxide to the borax mix so I googled it and found nothing but warnings. Until I found this astonishing website:

http://www.foodgrade-hydrogenperoxide.com/id31.html

Don't bother reading the site or viewing the video but download the PDF file from the Free eBook link - it contains more information. Apparently, since 1888, doctors (and even some hospitals) all over the world have been using H2O2 (reagent or food-grade) orally, topically - and now via intravenous or intra-arterial infusions - to successfully cure (yes, cure) all sorts of serious conditions including cancers and heart disease that don't respond to radiation or drugs. Illnesses cured also include parasitic infestations.

The PDF contains a long list of American doctors (with telephone numbers) who regularly use H2O2 therapy with astonishing success rates. It even includes instructions on how doctors should proceed with this infusion treatment.

The PDF is free, the website sells nothing, and carries no ads.

I've ordered 35% food-grade H2O2 from the UK (http://bobbys-healthy-shop.co.uk/) as well as a countertop water distiller. I also emailed the site owner (James Roguski, who seems to be a scientist) to find out how best I should proceed. I'm still awaiting a reply.

Things are definitely better than they were before I started Ted's remedy but I propose to try the oral H2O2 as an adjunctive therapy to speed things up. If Mr. Roguski tells me that the oral route won't work optimally, I'm prepared to travel to the ends of the earth to find a doctor who will do this infusion technique. I've now been trying to deal with this 24/7 torture for two and half years, and thanks to the wonderful Ted, I've made significant progress. But I want these pests gone NOW so I can start trying to get my life back.

I've read Ted's warnings about drinking distilled water and they directly contradict the advice given by Vivian Goldschmidt MA (in Nutritional Sciences and Biochemistry) who runs a marvellous site for osteoporosis sufferers (http://saveourbones.com/) who advises us to drink only distilled water.

I'm taking my health back out of the hands of the quacks (doctors) who did so much damage to my health permanently and, to that end, I intend to drink food-grade hydrogen peroxide as well as baking soda for the rest of my life.

Now I just need to find a remedy for the chronic insomnia and tardive akathisia (inability to be still and constantly racing thoughts) due to brain chemistry damage inflicted by a year of Risperidone injections by the dermatologist who diagnosed delusional parasitosis. H2O2 is supposed to help rebalance brain chemistry. We'll see.

So that's where I am at the moment, still awaiting the delivery from the UK of my FG-H2O2 and my water distiller. I can't wait to get started...

Will keep you posted on progress.

Replied by Dud
The Woods Of, Wv, Usa
12/19/2011
David from Dublin,

[this is a re-post, the 1st post got into the wrong thread]

You're doin good.

I downloaded the peroxide book, thanks for the tip.

Here is another easy protocol to add to your regimen, that may help your skin itches immensely:

Use the borax powder in a hot tub of water to soak in for 30 to 60 minutes. Soak in it every day, or every othe day. Use the time to relax. Most people get the bathtub water comfortably hot. The hot water alone helps the fibromyalgia symptoms [soreness]. The borax in the water will kill the mites externally, and under the skin. It is a fungicide & a bacteria-cide. Some people report seeing black specs, etc. , floating in the bath tub, coming out of their skin. Also add epsom salts [magnesium sulphate] to the soak water, to get it's benefits also. It has a drawing power to it. It is used by sports teams for sore mucles and bruises. Bangkok Ted recommends using the borax externally for mites in this manner. You should feel much better for a couple of hours after soaking in this. You mite kill off the biotics crawling on your skin.

possible amounts: borax: 4 tablesoons epsom salts: 1 quart

cost: about 50 cents U. S. For the borax, about $2 U. S. Dollars for the epsom salts. [in the USA]

Also; You may want to change the way you are using the vinegar internally. Do some Research on earhclinic.com on how to use it. Maybe switch to taking it 1 hour away from meals, instead of with meals. In general; taking it with meals is usually not recommended, because of it interfering with your food digestion. Mix it with about 6 ounces of water, adding 1/4 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate to it, to reduce the acidity of the vinegar, and to improve it's ability to alkalize the blood. Take this mixture about 1 hour away from meals.

However, if taking it with meals seems to help you, then go ahead and continue taking it that way.

Read more about the why & how of it by searching the earhclinic website for older messages. Bangkok Ted has explained this alkalizing method in great detail in past messages.

good luck."

Replied by David
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
12/22/2011
Many thanks for the tips, Dud. Unfortunately, I don't have a tub in my bathroom, just a shower stall. This has been a major hassle throughout this experience.

Now a tip for you and everyone else here ingesting hydrogen peroxide and baking soda at the same time.

Don't. Sodium bicarbonate acts as a powerful antacid. This means there will still be undigested food in your stomach for longer than is normal and when the H2O2 hits it, if there's iron, manganese, copper, zinc, fats, or Vitamin C present in it, it will create very dangerous free radicals which can severely damage the lining of your stomach.

You also need to carefully examine the list of ingredients of any supplement you may be taking for the things mentioned above and if it's the "slow-release" type, stop taking it as well while on H2O2.

I can say this with certainty because it happened to me yesterday.

Full story is here: Hydrogen Peroxide Cures

I find this website very confusing. Information on a subject seems to be spread out all over the place. For instance, on the above-linked thread, Bill from the Phillipines says you should only take borax water for five consecutive days, then take a two-day break. That information is nowhere to be found in this thread on Ted's Remedies. Nor does Ted say how long you should take it for.

And I've been unable to find the proportions I should use of 1% H202 to saturated solution of borax for topical use. Nor how to make a saturated solution (we're not all science grads! ). Ted doesn't give that information here. Nor does he mention how many times it should be done, how frequently, or for how long.

Very confusing.

Stay well and take care.

Replied by David
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
12/25/2011
OK, I found out the exact mix for dog mange using borax and hydrogen peroxide on a blog-site whose owner used it on her own animals. I've been unable to find it again today to provide a link here but the gist of it is this:

1. Make up a 1% dilution of hydrogen peroxide either by adding two parts distilled water to one part 3% hydrogen peroxide (five parts water if using 6% HP, and 33 parts water if using 35% food-grade HP).

2. Measure out 48 fluid ounces of this and slowly add to it 8 ounces of borax powder. This should be enough to give you a saturated solution (there will be undissolved borax left in the bottom of the container - this means that the mixture is saturated). If you halve both of the above quantities, you can get enough to fill a 32-ounce spray bottle to about three-quarters. However, my spray bottle refused to work because of clogging caused by the undissolved borax powder, so you may have to remove the spray cap and pour it carefully into your cupped hand when applying.

Note: you do not need to use the entire bottle, just enough so you can thoroughly wet the skin and massage it in. I'm over six feet tall and fairly slim and I still have half a bottle left over after doing myself from head to foot.

3. Shower with tea tree shampoo all over and rinse off thoroughly but do not dry yourself.

4. Apply the mixture to your body starting with the neck, rubbing it in well, and work your way down to the soles of your feet. DO NOT RINSE. Be aware that if you apply this to your anus IT WILL STING - but this will pass in a minute or so. I did this as well as my scrotum because both these areas are considerably infested.

5. If you need to treat your scalp and face then YOU ABSOLUTELY MUST wear a good tightly-fitting and waterproof pair of swim goggles to prevent any of the mixture entering your eyes. The rubber-bodied ones are best because you can wet the insides before putting them on - then press on them when they're comfortable to create a suction effect around the eyes. Only do fairly small patches of your scalp and forehead at a time using small amounts to help prevent liquid runoff. BUT BE VERY CAREFUL - if you do get some in your eyes, IMMEDIATELY rinse them out with running warm (not hot) water for 15 minutes.

6. Leave the goggles on and air-dry for 5-10 minutes. When you remove the goggles, you can then apply small amounts with your fingers to those areas on both sides and the back of your head that were covered by the goggle strap.

I did this last night because nausea has prevented me from ingesting borax water for the past four days and my mites were making a substantial resurgence which was preventing me from sleeping. I applied it into both ear canals and just inside each nostril entrance without any problems.

I'm not recommending the following to anyone but I also managed to do my eyebrows (which are very infested - I now only have half-eyebrows left due to their follicle destruction) and areas reasonably close to my eyes by bending over at 90 degrees from the waist, wetting my finger with the mix and thoroughly shaking off any excess drops so my finger was just damp, then massaging it very carefully into those areas as many times as necessary.

My results were that all mite activity stopped, enabling me to sleep.

Today has been very good. I have had only two groin tickles and about 50 on my scalp and face. I intend to treat only those areas again tonight before bedtime because I'm still too nauseous to resume the internal borax remedy (my Christmas "dinner" today was two slices of dry bread, a yoghurt drink, and a glass of milk). Plus, my sensitive skin has always rebelled against daily showering.

For dogs, the blogger recommends all-over application every second day. Ted recommends that for humans, application should be done "several" times a day. I think I'll pass on that because of my sensitive skin and the extreme drying effect that this remedy has.

For this drying, Ted recommends topical oils, particularly lavender oil because demodex mites apparently hate the smell of it. My own past experience with oil-based topicals has been that demodex mites just love it, including neem oil - besides your sebaceous glands, they also feed on your sebaceous oil. So I'm now looking for a non-oil based moisturising/soothing compound with which to mix the lavender oil. (Remember that lavender oil is an essential oil and so must be well diluted before application). I don't know what proportions to use because, again, Ted doesn't mention them, but I'm sure I'll find them on the internet.

I hope this information is useful to someone. If you decide to do this, please remember to BE VERY CAREFUL OF YOUR EYES because hydrogen peroxide - even a 1% dilution - can damage them irreparably. So stay in the shower stall until you're air-dried. That way, you'll have immediate access to fast-running warm water should you need it. I sincerely hope you don't.

Take care and stay well.

Replied by Dud
The Woods Of, Wv, Usa
12/25/2011
In reply to - David from Dublin, Co. Dublin, :

Dave;

I have come across a free 28 page report on the internet, which mite [no pun intended] explain several of your symptoms, and how to fix them. This includes

1. sleeping problems

2. mind racing, & brain fog

3. nervous system problems, anxiety, being hyper-active, etc.

4. immune system destruction and all the symptoms that follow that

5. headaches , etc etc

The causation maybe radio-frequency emmissions from inside and outside your home. Microwaves from cell phone towers, etc etc etc. Read the full report at: http://www.keephopealive.org/j2009v7n4.html

Replied by David
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
12/26/2011
Thanks for the link to this, Dud. It's fascinating stuff. About two years ago, a telecom tried to build a new tower about 1, 000 yards from my home but the local residents mounted a campaign to have them stopped. They succeeded. The nearest tower to me now is about a 20-minute walk away.

Having said that, this tower was present before my insect invasions started and I had no problem in sleeping for nine hours each night and no problem in going back to sleep after getting up to visit the bathroom. My problem started with the nighttime activities of the bedbugs and fleas, then the scabies, then the demodex. And they segued into the sleep disturbance caused by the anti-psychotic Risperidone.

I've saved this article as a PDF though and will try some of the tips outlined.

You've reminded me though that I tried an experiment early on in the demodex infestation. I bought an emergency sleeping bag, rather than a flat emergency blanket, and slept naked in it to see if it would have any effect. Back then I was getting what I called "swarms" every third or fourth night. This was a deeply unpleasant and intense body-wide sensation of fizzing and popping which would wake me up immediately. (I subsequently discovered that this was a large number of insects either hatching or crawling out onto the surface of my skin at the same time).

When I started sleeping in the emergency bag, all mite activity on my body stopped immediately, but my head (which, naturally, was exposed) became the target for these "swarms" instead. I remember waking up one night in a fit of sneezing with this going on - some of the mites had crawled really far up inside my nostrils and caused it.

As well as this problem, these bags are not designed for sleeping but for a fully-clothed person to remain awake and warm in life-threatening weather conditions. As such, when you sleep naked in one, your perspiration and water vapour which is output via the skin is not wicked away as it would be with fabric, but pools instead and cools in the bag next to your skin. So you wake up cold and wet. Consequently, I stopped using it.

Thanks again, Dud, and Happy New Year!

Replied by Linda
San Francisco, Ca, Usa
12/28/2011
To Dave from Dublin,

Sorry to hear of your trouble, I have an idea which may help with the skin drying and mite problem.

If you were to use Castor Oil as a moisturizer, I am thinking that the natural Ricin in it may help to kill off those mites, as well as to moisturize your skin and prevent them from having a field day crawling around on you.

I don't know how your grocery markets are in Ireland, but here there are varying thicknesses of Castor oil available in grocery and health food stores, some are very thin in consistency which would be easy to spread onto your skin, and some are very thick and sticky like runny tar. For this, if it were me, I'd try the thin stuff first. The people who sell Edgar Cayce products also have it for sale on the web. They call it Palma Cristi.

I am wondering if it might not be a good idea to mix in a small amount of Borax into the Castor oil, if you can get any there. Only a small amount I am thinking, not enough to be unsightly on your skin.

If it were me, I'd also study other *nontoxic and natural* miticides, like the folks would use who have birds or other mite-challenged pets, to see which of them, if any, are safe for human topical use.

And set out Borax all over the floors, under mattresses, etc to kill off any adventurers.

My belief is that for every problem lifeform on earth, there is a naturally-occurring herb or substance which is safe, and which they will want to get away from. IMO you now get to create an environment on yourself where they would rather be somewhere else.

Might even be good to trap some of the mites off your skin, if that is possible, to test which human-safe substance might be of use in wiping them out.

I hope this helps.

Linda

Replied by David
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
12/29/2011
@Linda from San Francisco: many thanks for the castor oil idea. I haven't heard of that dreaded stuff since I was a child a hundred years ago! But I've just done some preliminary research and it seems that castor oil is unusual in that it's able to readily penetrate the outer layer of skin due to its low molecular mass (whatever that means).

I'm not sure that adding borax would work since I don't know if there would be any molecular binding with the oil in order to carry it into the skin.

Hydrogen peroxide does this readily since the extra oxygen atom in it reacts with almost anything and brings it into your skin. The whitening of your skin when splashed with 3% hydrogen peroxide is due to those extra oxygen atoms that have just been delivered under the skin. It disappears in about 20 minutes or less as the oxygen is absorbed by the cells.

An unusual idea to use a powerful laxative on your skin, but I'll try anything within reason to be rid of these mites as quickly as possible. You can't buy stuff like this in Irish supermarkets but I'll ask my pharmacist about its availability and report back.

I've also found what seems to be a brand new way to kill these mites instantly apparently discovered by a member at the Lymebusters forum. It involves making a topical solution using dried mustard powder. I have more research to do before I try putting a known irritant like this into the skin all over my body.

Thank you again for the tip.

Replied by David
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
12/30/2011
OK, the proportions of borax to water for the topical mange remedy I wrote above is wrong. I originally took it from a dog owner's blog who found most of it here but couldn't find the correct proportions as recommended by Ted, so she made up her own.

After searching this site for almost a week, I finally found Ted's recipe buried somewhere obscure here.

According to this, you use between 2-4 tablespoons of borax powder in one litre of 1% hydrogen peroxide solution made using distilled water (1 litre is almost 34 US fluid ounces or slightly more than 35 UK fluid ounces). According to Ted, "the borax need not be precise, it is always a saturated amount of borax until it no longer dissolves itself."

Using 8oz of borax, as I originally wrote, won't do any harm - it's just wasteful and the large amount of undissolved powder clogs up the spray bottle.

Replied by Linda
San Francisco, Ca, Usa
03/02/2012
To Dave from Dublin, I had another couple of ideas; If you get pure 100% Clove Bud Essential Oil, it will blend directly into your Castor Oil and I think it will help. I would not exceed 1-7 drops max of Clove EO per ounce of castor oil if you do this. If you can't get Clove Bud EO, I would throw a dozen cloves (same ones you might find in the spice aisle at your local grocery and use for cooking/baking) into a blender with the castor oil or, better yet, crush or grind them fine as you can with a coffee grinder or mortar and pestle, then mix them into the castor. If you leave the blended cloves and castor in a clear glass container in a warm place (or maybe 12 hours in the Sun), it will transfer the clove essence throughout the castor, then squeeze it through a stocking or something and strain the clove debris out. Or, you could extract the crushed cloves into Vodka, and add tiny amounts of the resulting extract into your Castor oil, that should blend in and hold.

True that the Borax itself would not *dissolve* into the Castor Oil, but I was thinking more of using the Castor Oil as a simple "spreading tool" for the Borax, in addition to Castor Oil's own valuable insect-relieving properties.

Finally, I am thinking that Black Walnut Hull (tincture or a vodka (or ACV?) extract of it ) may be of some value to you also, Black Walnut gets rid of a lot of parasite/insect issues, Google it and lots of stuff should come up.

One more thing, have you tried soaking in a weak Borax solution, using it like a bath, without 'scrubbing' on your shower-sensitive skin? Might be another good thing to do, if you can do it.

My thoughts about the vaseline:

As a child I got chiggers from wading through high reeds at the local riverbank several times. I used to have to put nailpolish on the welts and lay on the roof of my Mother's house in the Sun to kill them off.

It only worked because the nail polish cut the chiggers off from their air supply and they smothered as a result. So I think the purpose of the vaseline is to keep the mites from breathing. And I think it would take a thick coat of vaseline to do that. IOW I think that *wiping off* the vaseline (effectively leaving only a thin coat behind) would actually prevent it from being successful, and just cause an inconvenient mess for you while a large percentage of the mites go happily on.

I hope some of these ideas are useful for you. Please respond with your results if you use them. Be careful with the clove, use less rather than more until you see how your skin responds to it.

Note about Mustard: It can burn you (I understand that desperation breeds a willingness to try anything. Therefore I am urging you to exercise caution). I would be *very* careful about using it. JMHO. Patch test on tiny area of skin, etc- A good rule of thumb for everything in this email, BTW.

Linda

Replied by Lou
Tyler, Tx
02/16/2013
@David from Dublin You might want to read the book Use Your Brain to Change Your Age (Amazon). I just got the book, but haven't read it yet. There was a couple hour long special on our public TV station and the author did a presentation showing how some people's brains have actual pockets or holes in them. He tells how to improve your brain and make it healthy again. I too am up all night long and can't sleep at times. My mind races terribly. I sleep with the TV on. I have been setting the timer for 90 minutes so it shuts off and I can get some quiet time. It's a bad habit, I know. Hope the books helps. You may want to try a small glass of tart cherry juice at dinner time. Then power down your electronics at 8 p.m. or so.
Replied by Braveheart
Vancouver, Bc
05/05/2013
I have found a very easy way to tell if human have mites but since we all have them it is pretty much just a fast way to confirm. Shower/bath like normal or if you want add a couple of tea tree drops to your bathing products or 20 to your espson salt bath. :) afterwards even if you do none of that slather yourself with organic coconut oil (or any other oil you have like almond, olive, macadamian nut, castor - all good) then get the camera ready! Here they come, they all come squirming out of your pores. Hundreds came out of me. I've been doing this morning and night for 4 days and only this morning have they started to be countable like 60 etc. The tea tree oil kills the eggs too and massage yourself firmly and watch them come out it is disgustingly spectacular. Some get stuck in pores and cause breakouts. I did this to my whole family and we all had them come out. My son's arm was bumpy with the keratonisis and they squirmed out of there. I had lots come out of my feet most on uppper thighs and some out of my eye area that had been twitching and then finally the twitching stopped! Fantastic, please do it and tell everyone you know to do it. Thank you!! :)
Replied by Mimi
Maine, US
03/22/2015
To Dave in Dublin, I think I might have found a trick that"ll help you. I'm gonna have to mention a brand name because I don't know if it's available in Ireland. I believe I was experiencing what you call the tickles (under the skin). I put these pain patches which are trans dermal on the two spots where I had the "tickles" for three or four days constantly & they"re gone! These things (salonpas) are $4 for a box of 40 (10 cents each! ) @ walmart. They recently started making them in larger sizes as well. I hope this helps you! Happy belated St. Patricks Day!

Diatomaceous Earth, Peppermint and Oregano Oils   1  0   

Posted by Pamela (Houston, Texas) on 12/28/2008

[YEA]  Thanks for Earth Clinic I was totally free from mites pick up from handling fire wood. My doctor had prescribed medication that I had read on Earth Clinic was very toxic and didn't work that well. I didn't want any part of this if I could avoid it. I also read someone on Earth Clinic recommended Diatomaceous Earth which I have used for years for internal parsites with great success. I decided to try the diatomaceous earth first. Wasn't real sure it would work because the mites are in my skin not inside of me. Since diatomaceous earth is non toxic I wanted to try it first. Have to interject I did try other topical remedies - different essential oils and others things with no relieve. I am amazed in 3 days of diatomaceous earth no mites. I took 1 heaping teaspoon in a half of glass of water a day. I did have trouble with the mites remaining in my hands. I read in the Young Living desk reference book that equal amounts of peppermint oil and oregano oil would kill chiggers or ticks. I mix these two together and experienced lots of itching for about 30 seconds and then they died. Thanks Earth Clinic and all of those who post here.

Replied by Pamela
Houston, Texas
12/28/2008
I forgot to mention that I used FOOD Grade Diatomaceous Earth. It is real important to use food grade DE and not commerical DE.
Replied by Angieb123
Salem, OR
06/27/2009
[BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS]   I have been suffering with bird mites from coming into contact with infected birds. I have tried almost everything. I have tried Diatomaceous Earth and it seemed to work although I was tired of dust being in my hair and throat and I have these bugs all over me and the kids. Has anyone had any success killing bird mites?
Replied by Tina
Toledo, Ohio, Usa
09/02/2010
Can you tell me where to get Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth? thanks

EC: Check Google Shopping
http://www.google.com/products?q=food+grade+diatomaceous+earth&hl=en&aq=0&oq=Food+grade+dia

or Amazon

Disinfectant, Hair Dryer   1  0   

Posted by Arlisa (Gloucester, U.S.) on 06/21/2008

[YEA]  Bed Bugs: I used disinfectant spray, then dried it with a hair dryer, replaced my mattresses and they disappeared.

Dry Mustard   1  0   

Posted by Sweetsue (Missouri) on 12/29/2013

[YEA]  I have had fantastic results treating mites and sores that won't heal with dry mustard. What I do is mix 1 teaspoon cold water to 1 teaspoon dry ground mustard. Stir well. Let stand for 10 minutes. Then add about 2 teaspoons coconut oil and mix well. Next add 2-3 ounces of a good lotion, mix well. Then I add about a teaspoon of glycerin and mix well. The dry mustard will burn your skin if too much is used. I also mix the mustard mix with a antifungal shampoo (head and shoulder). Wash my entire body and hair with shampoo mix and let stay on skin a few minutes. Rinse well. After drying off I put the lotion mix on my entire body. I have used lotion several times a day at the beginning. I put it on my face at night, putting thick on eyebrows. Right before bed, I lightly put on eyelashes. But be careful if you use by eyes. Mustard will burn the heck out of your eyes if it gets in or very close to them. Store bought Prepared mustard will not work. And I will repeat: MUSTARD CAN AND WILL BURN YOUR SKIN IF USED TOO STRONG.

Replied by David
Dover, NH
05/21/2014
OK do where to get and what is the brand

Enzyme Cleaner   0  0   

Posted by Om (Hope, Bc, Canada) on 10/19/2014

This is an alert for everyone. I am looking for help from regular posters and anyone who knows something.

I have a long sleeved blue cotton t-shirt from a real big super store. When I wore it at night, there was severe stinging in patches. I was in denial and washed it with Borax. Wore it one more time and then threw it into the garbage after the same type of intense needle like stinging in patches at night. That was on my torso.

However, the deed was done. Wore a night dress I hadn't worn for a year as it is for winter. I had already passed on to this garment. Again, into the garbage. I discovered raised bites in the shape of a horseshoe to my horror. Because of a previous poster's mite success story, I had purchased online an enzyme cleaner that just came in handy. These things I have now are different! Second night they attacked my torso and I reached for the spray bottle. All quiet but in the morning more bites to see in the mirror, bigger and better. I searched this section for Ted's morgellons treatment. They were two chemicals. Does anyone know? He said to use these as soap on the body.

The company who sells this enzyme cleaner told of many desperate calls from all over the world from people hit by this plague, partly caught from newly bought clothes.

A chicken keeper who posted here recently said that enzyme cleaner was the only thing that helped and cured the mite problem. And I remember that years ago, I saw another post on EC by a lady that claimed success with enzyme cleaner for mites.

I tried to find it in the stores without success till I found info. online. I have to study that now. So now know that brand new clothes can be like a Trojan horse. It is difficult to know if such a garment came from China or elsewhere.

Any suggestions, please.

Namaste, Om


EC: Om, Ted's most recent post:

Posted by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) on 10/12/2014

The easiest treatment for Morgellons is to obtain tetrasodium EDTA and take a bath with it and use that like a soap. Ted

Replied by Meeya
Sunnyvale, Ca
10/24/2014
Hi Om,

Thanks for the alert. How are you doing now? Did you use the enzyme cleaner? I've read about the enzyme cleaner called Kleen Green... I'm assuming that's the one you're talking about??

Other than the tetrasodium EDTA, I've read that kerosene applied on the body and scalp gets rid of hard to treat mites.

Do you mind sharing more about the shirt you bought? Was it in a package or was it exposed on a hanger? Do you mind sharing what brand it was? With small children, I'm especially concerned... as I'm sure are many others... since we need to buy new clothes for them every 6 -12 months. My boys are growing fast!

In any case, please keep us posted on this and what treatments do and don't work for you... and anything else you learn. Take Care, Meeya

Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada
10/24/2014
Meeya, Sunnyvale, CA --- on the second day after that discovery, they seem to be gone after the spraying with KLEEN GREEN. I am on the look out though and spray before bed time. The horseshoe formation of bites just withered after spraying. There are some odd withered spots but thankfully nothing new so far.

If there were to occur an infestation later, I would use Vaseline. Other people on EC have used mayonnaise with success. I will, however, order Ted's remedy online as well. Kerosene for that purpose is not available here that easily; I had a bad reaction with it as companies will not be up front about their product. Forest Products from Georgia, US are superb. I will keep it for other health treatments. It is the postage that makes it so outrageously expensive if sent out to Canada.

The answer for you where bought etc. is simply: our politicians have brought Pandora's box right into our homes with the chief concern of course, China. Most businesses and corporations wheel and deal without being concerned about the consumer. So, all big stores IMO. I can imagine, if one were to make a complaint, they could show you the door for being the chief cause of the complaint.

One not only lives in interesting times, but very dangerously as well.

With me, I was blessed to have the right treatment on hand. It arrived here the day before. I can well imagine, if nothing helps, the infestation could be overwhelming. It also helps to remain calm and take a minute at a time. Easily said. Research is very important.

Another point to consider is this: on research on enzyme cleaners, I find pesticide companies have made it difficult for house cleaning products such as enzyme cleaners, to claim that enzymes kill pests.

This is where EC comes in so handy and timely when needed. We are on our own.

Wishing you and your little ones well.

Namaste, Om

Replied by Meeya
Sunnyvale, Ca
10/25/2014
Glad Kleen Green did the trick! I plan on getting some just to have on hand. In fact, I think I will wash all new clothes with some Kleen Green added just to be safe. Thanks for all the info! Very helpful. Blessings, Meeya

Essential Oils   1  0   

Posted by Nelly (Seattle, Wa) on 01/12/2013

I just consulted with a naturopath here in Seattle who said, emphatically, please do NOT ingest essential oils, especially these listed here (clove, cinnamon, etc. ) They are very caustic and can cause kidney and liver damage.

Nelly Crowe

Replied by Mary
Yorkshire
01/13/2013
Does this apply to all essential oils. I was going to purchase some online and it said mix with rice milk or goats milk. I can't see how they would be able to advertise this if it were dangerous. Does anybody have an informed opinion.
Replied by Jobugged
Los Angeles, Ca
03/04/2013
been using thieves oil for my immune system whenever something internal starts; it is largely clove and cinnamon oils. Is great. A couple of drops up to 3 times in 24 hours if I am feeling fluish; goes away. I don't do it every day but it is also recommended. Wouldn't worry unless you ar doing this all the time.
Replied by Me
Philly, Pa
03/08/2013
I am trying to help as many people as I can. I discovered that if you dump benadryl liquid gel on your head the mites will come out and die. You should leave it on for a few minutes and them shampoo with 1/2 benadryl and 1/2 shampoo. Then brush. You will see them in the brush. Do it a few times if you have to. It works on your face too if you get pimples from the suckers. Also put it on your eybrows because they are there too. It draws the mites out of your pores on your face too.
Replied by Cary Lewis
Topeka, Ks
05/18/2014
You use the capsules?
Replied by Cured For 3 Months
California
06/04/2014
Benadryl gel worked for me. I used permethrin 7 times, cayenne pepper, tea tree oil, Borax, turpentine, clove oil. I was able to get rid of of scabies on my body will a combination of all of the above (mostly Benadryl gel and clove oil). The only way I was able to get rid of scabies on scalp was by putting on a thick layer of Benadryl gel. I believe that they suffocated In the alcohol gel.
Replied by Theestarseed
Bradenton, Fl
02/18/2015
I am going to get Benedryl gel right now. I will report back. I have morgelllons, and I have tried everything on my hair to get them out. I keep it in 2 shower caps, a wig cap, and a bandana on top. Nothing works 100%. I have tried borax & hydrogen peroxide (worked well on body), Dawn, horse paste, TTO & coconut oil, clove oil & castor oil, shampoos with tetra EDTA, hair dye, kleen free, kleen green, diluted bleach, RID, Nix, lindane 1%, lice freee, denorex extra strength, mayonnaise with additional olive oil left on 24 hr, glass cleaner, a dog shampoo with ketoconazole, sulfur 8 that I left 24 hours, Herbal Hair Oil left on 24 hr, sulphur soap 10%, all to no avail.

The hair loss is devastating. I am an alternative Health practitioner so I feel, in addition to hopelessness and isolation, awful about my abilities since I cannot even cure my hair, let alone cure myself. I read Ted's post on tetra EDTA and ammonium chloride yesterday, and both are in the mail. However, they are not fulfilled by the big guys online empire, they are fulfilled by the company so I have at least a week wait ahead of me. I am so thankful for this website, all the poster's stories and suggestions, and especially all of Ted's posts and responses. His observation of the hidden Morgellons nests in the ceiling was brilliance. I am researching the green led light as well. Much blessings and love, Starseed

Replied by Joey
Locally
05/18/2015
Dear theestarseed pet shampoo w/precor(insect growth retardant/IGR) left in hair 4 30-45 min.s b4 rinsing&rewashing w/lice shield shampoo breaks the life cycle. Also, use a blow dryer 2 dry out the dead bodies so u can "shed"them. tto&clove oil in the "voids"they leave behind disinfect the sore&kills the eggs.Do this daily/use lice shampoo 4 body wash also. The same co. that makes the pet shampoo also makes a carpet powder w/linalool&nylar@walmart $10, you"ll have 2 get the PRECOR shampoo@pet store.Being in health field u must no ur immune system. Hope this helps


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