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.
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?