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Posted by Laurie (Sayward, Canada) on 03/22/2007

[YEA]  Seems we have lots of skin conditions going around....another SILENT EPIDEMIC happening is Morgellons.... The CDC has been warned by the ones infected (NOT the doctors???) something serious was happening to the people and they have done NOTHING to help us....

My husband was infected 13 years ago 1993 the chemical plant he worked for introduced NANO sized microbes into the waste water treatment plant to cleanup the sludge in the waste water.....near Freepport, Texas one of the hot spots for this disease...imagine that!!

There were NO SAFETY PROCEDURES in place for the maintenance/mechanical workers working around these microbes and working on the equipment needed for the open pit digestros and blowers....

After finding out from media information May 2006, we did our own people research and when we located several co-workers from my husband's crew were all sickened with Morgellons symptoms....and quite a list of symptoms I might add....Morgellons symptoms for your review....

http://morgellonsgroup.proboards23.com/index.cgi?board=remedies&action=display&thread=1169680994

Since then my husband being infected from his job site has now infected me and our pets and WE have infected other family members and close contact co-workers and friends....once infected you CAN infect others....this is an infectious disease.

These NANO sized microbes and there were 5-6 different parasites and bacteria MANipulated to do a job.....so we believe there are different varities of Morgellons just depends on what microbes you came into contact with as each batch was designed for that particular sludge in that wastewater plant....so different wastewater treatment plants have different recipes of microbes....and these same microbes have been used for oil and chemical spills and other types of environmental issues and also in pesticides...the real kicker is these NANO sized microbes have been used for 25-30 years now and all I see is disease....disease in humans, pets, wildlife and plants....anthing that comes into contact with these microbes becomes infected....in fact Morgellons is killing our cold blooded animals at an alarming rate.....and has been reported in many pets like cats, dogs, horses and is being considered as a major player in the BEE CRISIS we are experiencing across the country....and is responsible for the disappearance of frogs across the country....and we believe is responsible for the dead zones in our oceans and the cause of much of the mass wildlife deaths recently growing in the past few years....

In one year the number of registered households has risen.....March, 2006 - 1,250-1,200 to 9,592 March, 2007..... this is households.....the number for indiviuals is that much higher.....many many households report the whole family infected including their pets....many still do not know of Morgellons or do and are in denial, or misdiagnosed into other categories depending on symptoms so this count is mild compared to the real count that is out there.....

This disease creates skin rashes and lesions that can spread easily if scratched and opened and take sometimes years to heal....no one is immune from this disease it is reported in people 0-100 years old and in 15 nations and growing.....

This disease takes time and time it has had.....25-30 years of MANipulating microbes (parasites and bacteria) and setting them free across this great land of ours....and now they have had time to reproduce in our environment and once infected you can now infect others....

I suggest you familiarize yourself with a disease that will become a household name very soon....called Morgellons....

http://www.cherokeechas.com/index.htm

I call this the BLUNDER OF THE CENTURY...

This disease is very real and spreading like wildfire....

Replied by Brook
Knoxville, Tn
12/06/2009
She is correct -- these are NANO-bots created by man. It's like Godzilla -- except on a microscopic scale. These NANO bots have a hive intelligence -- which is why they fight back even harder when you try and get rid of them.

This is another man-made disaster the geniuses who casued it and approved it don't want to admit. It's time to lawyer-up and get legal, folks. This is a tobacco-sized lawsuit waiting to happen, and there are pleny of lawyers willing to take this on. Politicians and "officials" are doing nothing. Only money talks and a multi-billion dollar lawsuit will start getting some action.

Replied by Deb
Valdosta, Ga
11/29/2010
I could not believe what I have been going through the past three years. It is like living a horror movie. Thank God I have a doctor that knew something about it. Together we are try to find a cure. I did however find out that using 20mule borax in a bowl with a wash cloth with little water as a scrub to wash with in the bath. After using pure glycerine all over except the hair, for it will make your hair fall out, was clearing up the skin part. It may be uncomfortable because the glycerine is like syrup, but it does seem to heal the lesions and sores.

The only thing is the inside needs to be healed. Drink Ionized water, do not drink spring water and only fresh food, eat like they ate 100 years ago. Do not eat any processed foods, I have heard and read that it is in these items as well. I started having symptoms in 2008. Thought that it was caused by the gastrographen I drink and the MRI. It started the day after. But I was told by my physician that Florida is loaded with Morgellons and I had been to Florida often before the MRI. I do know what you are going through, one comment that my physician said is that the cure for this is probably going to be found by the patient. Everyone trying different things, bound to hit the perfect solution. Keep your faith in God and a positive outlook the best you can, I wish all of you with this awful, nightmare will be cured soon. I pray for you all.

Replied by Kk
Seattle, Wa
06/02/2012
I've had symptoms described before, like something crawling on my body, face, legs, hair, everywhere. It would happen all of the sudden and I would jerk to reach to scratch it and the sensation that something was still there would not disappear. I've had sores from scratches too. Some cloths would cause more itchiness then others. Of cause doctors I saw (dermatologist, infectious disease, internists) were useless. I started taking PARA 90 deworming course on my own. The crawling sensation on the skin disappeared with the course. Also I did zapper few times during the same time. I have other issues at the present time but no crawling sensations on the skin so far.
Replied by Kk
Seattle, Wa
06/02/2012
I forgot to mention that I also did Hydrogen Peroxide baths (food grade or regular Hydrogen peroxide). It also gave me quite a relief in itchiness and crawling sensation. It probably killed all mites on my skin.
Replied by Karen K
Columbus, Oh
02/28/2013
For those of you who are not familiar with Cliff Carnicom's research, it's worth googling his videos and checking out his site at Carnicom Institute. Whether or not you believe in chemtrails, aerosolized crimes, global weather control, etc. , the man has a wealth of research and a VERY good protocol for putting this dreaded condition into a sort of "remission. " Mind you, it is not a cure, but a way to live with this crap while we all wait for more answers. All of our symptoms are gone for the moment.

He recommends a combination of n-acetyl cysteine, L-carnosine, Vitamin C and whey protein. Sounds too good to be true? Try it. Similar protocol to the one Mr. Common Sense used with success. You have to do some research to come up with the right combinations, but this is the ONLY thing that has worked for us. We had severe skin involvement, slime, parasites, and neurologic problems. ALL of them have resolved.

In addition, you have to clean up your environment and your body's bioterrain through clean eating and good nutrition. If you are willing to make these changes AND take the above mentioned supplements to repair your immune system, you WILL see good results.

Red Chicken Mite Vs Morgellons   0  0   

Posted by Sharon (Tampa) on 05/15/2014

Morgellons: To all the sufferers of this parasite, I, too have suffered for 7 years. I was lucky, as l caught it from my mother, who had sent off a sample to the University of Texas entomology dept.and found out it is definitely a red chicken mite. If you research mites, you find they have 4 stages, egg, larva, larva molt, adult. The larva is white and soft bodied. the larva molt is a little firmer and white and does the crawling, while the adult mite is white(unless it has fed) and hard like a speck of salt. That explains some of the confusion people are having over what they are fighting. Many insects have several stages to reach adulthood. The eggs are laid under the skin. Almost impossible to see except on darker clothing, or in bright sunlight as they are less than a speck of pepper in size. These mites live in the pores of your skin, lay eggs every 5-7 days, and the eggs hatch out in 3-4 days. And they are longer-lived than the scabies mite, some of them surviving as long as 9 months without a blood meal. The icky part is that as the females eat their way onto your skin to lay eggs, poop collects in their tunnels that they use to travel (yes they poop), hence the black, blue, and green "fibers". An entomologist can help you with info. They create a nest where they live and breed, hence the pimple-like appearance. There is much good info online about mite life cycles, and also, birdmites.org is helpful to learn what you are battling.

Red Wine Vinegar and Garlic Tablets   1  0   

Posted by Anita (Old FORT, N.C.) on 03/17/2007

[YEA]  Morgellons Disease, MRSA: red wine vinegar, 1 tablespoon a day, for 3 or 4 weeks. Also garlic softgels,1000mg, 1 day a week, take five. The garlic might also be used for MRSA. This is what I use for all of my family, we do not go to doctors.

Replied by Dana
Oakland Ca
10/19/2014
Thumbs way up! Way to Keep it real and hold it down! I'm on 3,000 mg garlic 3 times daily. the little buggers are hanging on. I'll get the red wine vinegar but I don't like the taste :/ but he'll, I don't like morgellons either! Thanks for the tip.

Research   0  0   

Posted by Theestarseed (Bradenton, Fl) on 04/12/2015

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-5945/15/1

A new research article in the scholarly journal, BMC Dermatology, has found the presence of Borrelia spirochetes, the organism responsible for Lyme Disease in 24 of the 25 Morgellons patients included in the study. The study proves that the fibers are not cellulose as previously stated by the less than rigorous study conducted by the CDC and Kaiser. Rather, they are composed of keratin and collagen from an overproduction of fibroblasts and keratinocytes in the epithelial cells located in the "deeper layers of the epidermis and root sheath of hair follicles " The fibers demonstrate the same appearance: nucleated at the base, composed of collagen, and blue in color due to the production and presence of melanin pigment.

This study offers hope to people suffering with Morgellons disease who are often mistreated by the medical community and dismissed as a patients with a purely psychological condition called Delusional Parasitosis. Hopefully, a larger scale study will replicate the results of this small, yet extremely important, study so that the people with Morgellons disease can finally get the proper medical treatment they desperately deserve for a condition now proven to have a somatic cause, rather than a purely psychiatric cause.

The following article is taken from http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-5945/15/1

Here is the title -

Exploring the association between Morgellons disease and Lyme disease: identification of Borrelia burgdorferi in Morgellons disease patients.

Marianne J Middelveen1, Cheryl Bandoski2, Jennie Burke3, Eva Sapi2, Katherine R Filush2, Yean Wang3, Agustin Franco3, Peter J Mayne1 and Raphael B Stricker14*

Background

Morgellons disease (MD) is a complex skin disorder characterized by ulcerating lesions that have protruding or embedded filaments. Many clinicians refer to this condition as delusional parasitosis or delusional infestation and consider the filaments to be introduced textile fibers. In contrast, recent studies indicate that MD is a true somatic illness associated with tickborne infection, that the filaments are keratin and collagen in composition and that they result from proliferation and activation of keratinocytes and fibroblasts in the skin. Previously, spirochetes have been detected in the dermatological specimens from four MD patients, thus providing evidence of an infectious process.

Methods & Results

Based on culture, histology, immunohistochemistry, electron microscopy and molecular testing, we present corroborating evidence of spirochetal infection in a larger group of 25 MD patients. Irrespective of Lyme serological reactivity, all patients in our study group demonstrated histological evidence of epithelial spirochetal infection. Strength of evidence based on other testing varied among patients. Spirochetes identified as Borrelia strains by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and/or in-situ DNA hybridization were detected in 24/25 of our study patients. Skin cultures containing Borrelia spirochetes were obtained from four patients, thus demonstrating that the organisms present in dermatological specimens were viable. Spirochetes identified by PCR as Borrelia burgdorferi were cultured from blood in seven patients and from vaginal secretions in three patients, demonstrating systemic infection. Based on these observations, a clinical classification system for MD is proposed.

Conclusions

***Our study using multiple detection methods confirms that MD is a true somatic illness associated with Borrelia spirochetes that cause Lyme disease. ***

Further studies are needed to determine the optimal treatment for this spirochete-associated dermopathy.


EC: Very interesting!

Salt Water   1  0   

Posted by Tammyp619 (Menifee, CA) on 08/17/2014

[YEA]  I started swimming in a salt water pool every day and morgellons went away in about 3 weeks.

Replied by Meeya
Sunnyvale, Ca
08/17/2014
Wow, that's amazing. Do you know what kind of salt was used in the pool? Perhaps those who don't have access to a pool of sorts could at least make a bath with the salts.

Support Forum   1  0   

Posted by Linda (Linnysue) (Park City, Utah) on 01/30/2008

[YEA]  I wanted to send a link to a supportive discussion forum for Morgellons sufferers. The forum is called Morgellons Sanctum and the URL link is: http://morgellons-sanctum.org/ Morgellons Sanctum provides educational articles, healing treatments, hope, and support from members who care. I was wondering if you would like the add the link to your website. We could also add your link as well. Thank you.

Ted's Remedies   0  0   

Posted by Frances (Cabarlah, Queensland) on 02/22/2015

I am following Ted's protocol for eliminating, killing these creatures internally and externally; however, how to get relief from the crawling, itching, in nose, ears, and private female area. Have read not to push them into ear canal, or further into nose, etc. I can't get tetrasodium EDTA here.

Ted's Remedies   0  0   

Posted by Angelina (California, USA) on 07/07/2014

My friend had morgellons. I'm in California and she's in Portland. She does not have a computer and I am ordering products for her. How do I order EDTA Tetra Sodium and Ammonium Chloride per Ted's advice? I registered her with the Oklahoma University. She had it before for over a year and half and got well, but got an eye infection and is now suffering full force since April. Thank you for assisting us. I have ordered DE for her too.

Posted by Eve (Nv, Usa) on 04/25/2014

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  I have followed Ted's advice for months and have had success, not total cure, but good success with Morgellons and just discovered a remedy that help someone else.

I usually don't eat a lot of sweets, candies, etc but went on a binge and have I paid for it! The crawlers came out 1000% and the last few nights have gone by w/o sleep until last night. I happened to think about "moth balls" so I had a new box and put some of the balls inside my pillow case and under the pillow and around my sheets and blankets. The crawlers had been getting in my nose, eyes, mouth and of course, all over my body. But these moth balls seemed to shoo them away. I have a small dog and she is usually flapping her ears all night but last night I only heard her one time as I had placed some of the moth balls around and under her bed

The other thing that seems to help, may be my imagination, but I have found if I leave a small light on in my bedroom at night that seems to keep them (mites) at bay also. Usually, the first thing I have to do in the mornings is use my Sinus Rinse bottle with sea salt and a little baking soda to clear them out of my nose and before I drink anything I use Listerine mouth wash to gargle and get them out of my throat.

Praise Dear Lord that you keep Ted safe and sound for us and all the good he is doing.

Replied by Eve
Nv, Usa
04/28/2014
I want to purchase both of these chemicals and when I went online, they seem to be showing different "grades" for each one. I found Ted's advice using these for Morgellons but sure wanted to be sure I'm getting the correct grade. In each, they referred to "industrial", "farm", etc.

3rd night for using Moth Balls around my bed and getting much needed rest. It does seem that the older the balls get, they lose their strength somewhat but if the moth balls will help along with Ted's other advice, what's a $1. box of moth balls!!

Replied by Kt
Usa
04/29/2014
Mothballs are toxic to pets and humans. After our daughter joined the AF I packed some of her clothes in boxes with just one or two and the fumes bothered me. I thought I googled something like: "are mothball fumes toxic?". It was so long ago I just cannot recall but after reading this post about mothballs in a pillow case and wherever the pet is, I remembered the fumes are not benign.
Replied by Om
Hope, Bc, Canada
04/29/2014
Eve from Nv, USA please do not use moth balls. They are so toxic that even an excellent remedy cannot help. Natural healers can do nothing if this is kept on the premises. Namaste, Om

Posted by Geeann (Usa) on 03/04/2014

I want to try Ted's disinfect formula and need more guidance. The tetra EDTA and ammonium chloride are both powders, right? There are more than one type of ammonium chloride listed on the internet. Should I purchase the one that says 99%? To make one liter should the measurements for ETDA and ammonium chloride be approximate 1.65 oz each added to 28 oz water?

Replied by Spelth
Ny, US
04/07/2014
Hello Anonymous, Just wanted to find out if you got the dosage for the edta and the ammonium chloride. They look like salt crystals in the bottles I have here but I am reluctant to put on my head without guidance.

Posted by Dana (Australia) on 12/27/2013

Morgellons Remedy: Blood blister/clots... I am using Ted's protocol since self-diagnosing in Sept. 2013 with this affliction. My skin is in worse condition than before especially with the tiny blood blisters, clots which are increasing in number. Does anyone else have this symptom and what can help?

Replied by Sweetsue
Missouri
12/29/2013
Getting worse is part of M.. I have been drinking the borax for 9 months. It kills fungus from inside out. But is a very slow process.

For the sores, lesions, rashes etc. on the outside of skin, I have found a couple of things that really help. The first one is mixing 1 tsp. dry ground mustard to 1 tsp water. Mix well and let stand for 10 minutes. Next I mix a couple tsp. of coconut oil into the mustard mix. Stir well. Then mix with 2-3 ounces of a good lotion. Last I add glycerin, about a tsp.. The longer the mustard mix stays wet the more it kills mites and heals the skin. You can also mix mustard and water with antifungal shampoo (Head and Shoulder's is one) and use on entire body and hair. Let set a few minutes than rinse off.

The other mix that works good is to mix a couple tsp. baking soda with antifungal shampoo. When mixed good add the same amount of hydrogen peroxide. Be careful when mixing because it does fizz. Use on skin and hair, let sit a few minutes and rinse off. Leaves skin very soft and fresh. Others I know say they use coconut oil and rub skin afterwards to get more goo/biofilm off of skin. I don't do that but I do use the mustard lotion.

P.S. Dry mustard you can buy at grocery store in the spices.

Replied by Dana
Oakland, Ca
10/15/2014
Dearest Ted,

Thank you so much for all you do for us. My gratitude is unending. I do have some questions... Is there any way to say my mattress?? It's memory foam with some fabric encasement. Not sure what it consists of. Should I buy a steam cleaner? For the carpets and mattress? Also, how long shall I stay on quarantine? Should I be taking vitamin c if I'm trying to be alkaline?

Is there something I can do to be less contagious?

Is cedarcide effective against morgellons?

You told me to use bleach on my bedding. However in other posts I saw that bleach was ineffective against the eggs, right? So what should I do?

Sorry about all the questions. I really miss my family and am hoping to see them for the holidays. Also it would be nice to not have this itchy, disgusting nightmare to contend with daily.

Thank you again, so much. Dana

Posted by Jen (Virginia, Usa) on 11/03/2013

Ted,

l contracted something like Morgellons as a child, but it wasn't horrible and it goes into remission(hiding) when my skin is pretty clear (no broken skin).

I am 41 now. Over my lifetime I developed a pretty thick scalp. I think many times when I had a perm or colored my hair, my scalp would be slightly burned by the chemicals. I just didn't realize it, the biofilm makes me pretty tolerant to pain.

Anyhow, three years ago I burned my scalp coloring my hair at home. I looked in the mirror and there was quite a significant bald spot on top of my head. I didn't panic and googled chemical burns.

Using the advice I read in a black hair care forum, I added a packet of sweet and low to the conditioner (alkaline due to sacharrin and cream of tarter), finished the process, blew it dry on a cool setting (ionic dryer), and rolled it in ionic curlers. I had to go to work, so I figured I would style around the bald spot and hide it.

When I took the rollers out, my scalp opened/divided like the Red Sea. My missing hair (uncurled of course) poured out of my scalp where it had been rolled in a cocoon and sealed under my skin. It had some cotton/fluff in it.

I thanked God for the "Christmas miracle" went to work and forgot all about it.

Fast forward to now, I hoped I was crazy, but instead it seems I have Morgellons. My biggest problem has been my scalp. I recently suffered another burn trying to treat my scalp. The bald spot is bigger this time. I no longer have the ionic curlers. I can see my hair under the bald spot. I have managed to pull as much as half of it out using a comb, magnets, and neosporin. It is thicker than my hair normally is. There is also hair under the biofilm where Istill have existing air. Problem is, once I stop working on it, almost immediately it gets sucked back into the Death Star of my biofilm scalp.

Help Ted! I am doing the Vitamin C/Salt protocol and stuff is popping off me constantly. I would do Borax, but adding it to my shampoo is how I lost the hair this time. What should I do?

Also, could the reason this stuff responds to magnets and negative ions be because the biofilm is comprised of minerals pulled from our own bodies? Could Morgellons be our own hair sucked under a septic wound to protect us in place of skin? I also get my dogs hair coming out my skin. Gross I know. Perhaps it just lands on the wound (drawn in by static electricity) and becomes part of the Matrix.

Thank you for listening,

Jen

Posted by Kristi (Fairfield, Maine) on 02/26/2011

I would love to see all of Ted's remedies/suggestions in one place, regarding Morgellons dis-ease. Perhaps Ted would be kind enough to post his advice on this subject all together, or others in the community could please respond. Also, If anyone has actually found a cure or a way to put this thing into remission, please, could these be put into one category???

Thank you, Kristi

Posted by Sarah (Tyler, Texas) on 04/08/2010

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  Ted's Morgellons Remedies

Just wanted to give some feedback on Ted's Lemon and Baking Soda. I started the lemon baking soda 6 days ago after I viewed my mites under a microscope for the first time. They were not mites but, crystal looking things with black and red threads.

I started the 1/8 teaspoon Borax to 1 liter of water the next day (did this 2 days then raised borax to 1/4 teaspoon).

In 6 days my itching has been greatly reduced during the day time. I have lots of white specks coming out of my skin but they are not stinging me and most have no colored threads.

I have started my dogs on 1/8 teaspoon borax in their drinking water and each gets 1 teaspoon of lemon juice 2 times per day. I still have itching at night. Is there anything else that Ted recommends that I have missed?

Thanks Ted!

Thermal Bath   0  0   

Posted by Dana (Queensland, Australia) on 10/01/2013

Would anyone know if going to natural thermal baths at about 40 deg. C. (105 F. ) would eliminate the bugs, eggs, etc. In the skin. And, has anyone had success with the product Humaworm or equivalent? I am doing Ted's borax internal and external treatment, latter with Clove oil.

Replied by Dana
Qld., Australia
10/04/2013
For 23 years, have been misdiagnosed (Menopause symptoms, then, neurological symptom) putting up with incessant itch, etc.!! Only 3 weeks ago, due to so much loss of hair (vanity), found Earth Clinic. Following heaps of advice but find difficult to reduce the itch in scalp/hair and esp. nose. How to get critters out of nose, pls explain.


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