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Posted by Sara (Minnesota, Usa) on 06/11/2011

I have tried over 20 things... This is what I found most effective and helpful.

#1. PH balance seems to be most important. To achieve this-follow Ted's baking soda/vinegar remedy. Watch sugars.

#2. Drink sea salt in water when itchy. I continue to do this every 3 days, to keep it at bay and away.

#3. I use Verilux UVC for 10-15 seconds on remaining sores and they dry up. 2-3 times of this throughout the week and it takes care of the sores and itchies. (This is only around $30-40. 00) I also put apple cider vinegar on new spots to help with relief.

#4. Limit yeasty foods. If I eat items with high yeast content, usually within the hour I will start to get itchy. For example, if I make homemade bread or pizza, I will get "bites". One day I ate 3 donuts and got spots within the hour-it came on so quickly. Of course I quickly drank sea salt water.

#5. Don't itch. Once I start to itch, more start to come. It is crazy. These remedies have helped to live a more normal life.

Posted by Sara (Somewhere, Minnesota) on 06/09/2011

I have tried over 20 things... This is what I found most effective and helpful.

#1. PH balance seems to be most important. To achieve this-follow Ted's baking soda/vinegar remedy. Watch sugars.

#2. Drink sea salt in water when itchy. I continue to to this every 3 days, to keep it at bay and away.

#3. I use Verilux UVC for 10-15 seconds on remaining sores and they dry up. 2-3 times of this throughout the week and it takes care of the sores and itchies. (This is only around $30-40.00)

#4. Limit yeasty foods. If I eat items with high yeast content, usually within the hour I will start to get itchy. For example, if I make homemade bread or pizza, I will get "bites". One day I ate 3 donuts and got spots within the hour-it came on so quickly. So of course I quickly drank sea salt water.

#5. Don't itch. I feel that once I start to itch, more start to come. It is crazy. I am not crazy, but these remedies have helped me a ton to be normal living.

Posted by Darla (Reno, Nevada) on 03/01/2011
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I am tired very tired..... After suffering for almost 18 years with this affliction makes one wonder how many more years before it finally kills you. Anyhow I decided to remove all of my teeth and dental implants after four surgerys later came the dentures and adhesives.....

One day I put some zinc free super poligrip on a lesion that was bothering me and you would not believe how much stuff I rubbed out- amazing how when I covered an open sore with the cream and let it dry and did remove it for a couple days or more, then pelled the dry adhesive away the spot had started to heal. Also, I have found that by rubbing grape seed oil is very very good at helping clear out some of the crap thats found in the open sores. Baby shampoo from the dollar store for washing my skin inside of eyes, ears and nose any product with lavender in it help to wash away biofilm and fibers from skin. I swear by the Sun color safe laundry soap and 25 al-fal-fa tabs in hot bath soaks along with removing all of body hair with hair removing cream by Sally Hanson. Paper towels for drying skin then blow drying after showers and baths. Putting all dirty laundry in plastic bags and washing clothes with 1-2 dryer sheets grabs the fibers from the clothes and wash water. Never wearing dirty clothes more than once. A sponge and liquid laundry soap for dusting by rinsing sponge cuts down the "spreading" of fibers when dusting and a good bagless vaccuum with good filters makes a big big difference.

Posted by Kingrew (Raleigh, Nc) on 11/24/2009
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Sulfur soap really helps with morgellons. Also fill a spray bottle with 1/2 white vinegar and 1/2 water and spray yourself all over after shower or bath. Spray your carpets, bedding, chairs,spray any spots that itch during day. Take epsom salt baths at least 2 cups per bath. Change sheets at least every 2 days. Don't wear the same clothes twice without washing. Wash your hair with the sulfur soap, or with Selsun Blue medicated with menthol. Wash clothes with borax. An alkaline diet with good vitamins esp magnesium supplements and digestive aids, along with exercise, prayer, and positive healing thoughts. This will help your joint pain, itching, energy, sores, tremendously. Spray your joints with the vinegar spray or any sore spots - amazing. They say putting dissolved salt into the vinegar spray helps too but haven't tried it yet.

Posted by Kingrew (Raleigh, Nc) on 11/09/2009
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morgellons and lymes treatments

white vinegar and water spray helps stop the itching and joint pain of what is called morgellons. Also Selsun Blue medicated shampoo with menthol used regularly on hair and body. Washing sheets every few days, using mattress cover, using different pillow case every night, different towels every day. Spray the vinegar on sheets furniture, into shoes,etc. Sulfur soap, and taking msm which is a sulphur supplement helps as well. Also wash clothes with peppermint soap. All these are antiparasitic. I take the protocol with samento, cumanda, quina, banderol, enula, mora, serrapeptase and magnesium malate also.

Posted by Gwen (Richmond, Texas) on 08/05/2009
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After dealing with seborrheic dermatitis/morgellons for over twenty years, I have discovered a few techniques for controlling the organisms. Much information has been shared as to symptoms but any sufferer can testify to the stinging, itching, fibers, and attraction of insects,etc. For relief of total body symptoms, CVS Pharmacy's foot soak (used externally) is very effective. Two packages in a tub of very warm water for at least 20 minutes will remove unwanted organisms. Instructions on the box indicate that it can be used for bathing. It is so effective that it will work once. (These organisms have keen survival instincts). Acne Free Purifying Cleaner will remove residue from skin for any itchy areas on the body. It can be purchased at CVS, Walgreen's, Walmart, etc. Simply rub Acne Free briskly over itchy areas and rinse with running water. Neosporin Cream and Cortaid Cream can be used together to rid areas of organisms. Success of eradicating organisms from the scalp involving thick crusty dandruff is strictly "mechanical". By that I mean it must be physically lifted using a mixture of T-Sal Shampoo, olive oil and pure glycerin.(One part olive oil to two parts glycerin) and Benedryl Gel. (Do not substitute store brands for Benedryl). Use a blow dryer to dry until dry to the touch. Gently comb off Benedryl and dandruff particles that will stick to it. Clean a second time to remove more flakes. Benedryl will remove crust where there is crust to be removed. There will not be any particles removed where crust has not accumulated. A nit comb can also be used to remove scales. Avon's Skin So Soft oil can be used with Benedryl Gel effectively also by drying and combing. Lanacane and Cortaid along with Cocoa Butter oil, baby oil, and heavier hair preparations may be used after shampooing. Shampoo using Dawn Antibacterial Soap to cut oil. Use facial scrubs with shampoo. Target's Apricut Scrub works best. Condition hair with St. Ives Body wash added to the shampoo or White Rain's Coconut Conditioner. For active areas, use Mary Kay's 3 in 1 face cleanser with shampoo. The scalp will become very tight and dry and will need to be cleaned with Benedryl Gel and oil as described above. Acne Free may also be used in place of the Mary Kay cleanser. Gylcerin and Olive oil combined 2 to 1 can be used to soften crust before shampooing. Apply one hour prior to shampooing. Do not cover with a cap. (Use a night cap or scarf to prevent water from forming.) Am Lactin Lotion may be used to soften skin, scalp, and heels. Doctor's medicines that work fairly well are Lydex Solution (early on), Lydex Cream, Betamethasone DP (Comes in liquid, lotion and cream), Clotrimazone and Betamethasone. The drug "Orap" works after three weeks but will slow metabolism and require monitoring by a doctor. It will stop working three weeks after it is discontinued. Other hints: Kleen Green Enzyme Cleaner by Natural Ginesis can be used on furnishings, bedding etc. Avoid getting into eyes. Avon's Skin So Soft repells insects. Borax can be used with detergents to remove residue or fibers from clothing. Lint rollers are helpful in removing particles that cause discomfort on clothing or bedding and cloth furnishings. Vacuum daily. Change sheets daily. Use vinyl mattress covers and vinyl pillow covers. Stay away from water-based and alcohol-based products as much as possible. Cautions: Go slowly in removing scales. Only one "layer" at a time. Use all products in small amounts on small areas of the body until you know how your body will react to each product. Do not shampoo in the shower when using any oils listed. I am sure that the organisms we are dealing with are parasites driven by fungus. Therefore, it is important to include a good fungal shampoo and cream. Colloidal Silver mixed with Eucerin Lotion or Cream can be helpful. Organisms including mites, knats, fleas,etc. may be involved. Food chains and food webs are possible on humans as in nature. Hopefully, you will be helped by the suggestions above. The Center for Disease Control is investigating, finally. There may soon be answers from the medical community.

Replied by Laura
Portland, Or

After suffering Morgellons for years, I went to a naturopath who is now treating me for latent chronic Lyme disease. I came to realize that my Morgellons was probably systemic.

It's been about three weeks. I'm seeing some definite improvement. The coating of Morgellons on my skin is becoming much easier to exfoliate off of my skin. Both the naturopath and I agree that Lyme and Morgellons cross paths. I'll try to update if I find this path has cured me totally. So far, so good. I have to say, it was the first time I felt I was being helped instead of ridiculed by the medical community.

Posted by Gina (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) on 06/09/2009
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Hi - very grateful for the info on this site! My question to Ted is how long on the average, before the borax tubs and drinking the 1/4 tsp in a litre of water daily.... before possibly clear of Morgellons?? Do you actually know of anyone who got rid of them??? ALSO - how much magnesium citrate should one take daily and how much potassium citrate.....should you take both at once, alternate or only need one?? This I haven't added to my routine yet. The borax is one of best remedies I have tried! Was quite desperate at not having cleared it totally when I found your site....thank you so very much.

Originally I worked with the condition thinking it was a bad pinworm problem. Months later discovered more symptoms on Morgellons and found I had all but the skin lesions. Also, a site named Acremonium as one species of it, and an independent university analysis named that as one of the infections I have (a common environmental species), as well as Novospingbium.... a bacteria apparently modified genetically. Doctors ridiculed it as 'lint' of course. Sounds like this originates in genetically modified food sources and jumped to human genes via an agrobacterium used in the plants they've been crossing genes in with our foods.

Some successes first: my daily baths in apple cider vinegar 1 cup + 3/4 to 1 c.baking soda helped noticeably. I originally started with one cup hydrogen peroxide, soaking my ears as well, thinking it was pinworms coming from my ears.The head is the worse still but now they're very tiny for the main part. Borax seems much better now that I found this site, I use 1 cup borax and sometimes 1 cup A/C vinegar. Then applying oil (with essential oils, and thanks to Ted, now use Vetiver, Myrrh, + my regulars of Juniper or Cedarleaf and Basil.
It helps to quickly eliminate red blobs/pimples that appear, to use Castor Oil + baking soda as a paste, with a bandaid on the worse offenders. I also applied the Castor Oil with essential oil over whole body. When you mix it with baking soda, it seems to drive them out, so you are quite itchy and best not do at night. A fine comb collects them from body or head. Also sometimes use coconut oil instead, but castor oil seems preferred as its thicker and sits on skin longer.Castor Oil is said to have antimicrobial properties. They seem to adapt to most things, so best to alternate remedies I guess.

Iodine was an excellent for some time. I drove many long curly filaments out of my head by painting my scalp nightly for maybe 3 nights in a row and wrapping head in a cotton scarf. The cotton collects them and even washing in chlorine did not kill them. I now use a polyester scarf as I don't want them crawling out on my pillow at night and borax in laundry with a 'green'liquid wash. Iodine painted on my neck and torso seemed very helpful to eliminate some stages, but will burn the skin if used too long (over a week for me). Can be a tough remedy if used too long, but nothing is as tough as the condition. Also baths in a couple droperfuls of iodine now and then. Then oil up. Maybe this is why I missed the skin lesion part, I've done this for months.Sometimes I drink 4 iodine drops in my water to help thyroid and immune function (from health food store)

Little noticeable results with Collodial silver regardless of the ppm for me. I thought maybe grapefruit seed extract and caprylic acid helped, and taking antioxidants like grape seed extract, or green tea extract. Gets too expensive. LIVER CLEASES and colon cleansing definitely helped a lot and drove many out. Improves lymphatic/immune function also. I've done 5 liver cleanses thus far this year. The Hulda Clark liver cleanse routine is inexpensive and easy, using epsom salt drink, olive oil and grapefruit - one of the best cleanses. Also tried Oil of Oregano, Garlic, Bee Propolis as a natural antimicrobial. I think all help our system strengthen, but need be alternated. ALOE VERA GEL was fabulous. I rubbed all over body when out of tub, letting it dry. Areas would turn red where they were clustered and then they'd leave in a day or so. You can rub some black specks off from those areas with rubbing alcohol, or I've been told a better choice is vodka. All gets expensive. I also ingest at least 1 1/2 oz aloe vera gel in AM and PM now and then a few weeks and believe its excellent for colon and intestines, where I think they're focused. Always with liver cleanse, many more come out...sometimes the multi-branched filaments.Can we actually kill them or must we drive them out?

I also use frequency, particularly at 465 as a medical intuitive said that was the frequency they resonate at. Borrowed a machine with multiple settings, so use them all to electrify my blood and who knows what really is making the difference....perhaps all. If anyone can say they've known someone who actually eliminated the condition....that would be encouraging. Did some energy clearning on myself with medical intuitive's help and a skilled shaman to hopefully removed whatever energetic attraction drew this experience to me. I think it important to work spiritually with self to connect to Source and change our patterns, attitudes, etc.

Wishing you all the best to transmute this experience as quickly as possible and hope some of the above may help you to any degree.

Replied by Joyce
Joelton, Tn.
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Hi Gina and all others with the problem of Morgellon's,

Have any of you ever tried boiling poke root and bathing in the water for Morgellon's?

Sounds like you have some sort of living organisms and bathing in poke sallet (pokeweed) water just might work to kill them off. If it works on scabies, it possibly can work on whatever you have also.

Another possibility to try is Sweet Annie weed (also known as Sweet wormwood, annual mugwort, annual wormwood, Qinghao), or by its botanical name Artemesia annua L (Asteraceae family).

Gather the whole above the ground plant and boil in water & bath in the sweet Annie weed water.

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Where do you get pokeweed?

Posted by cara (Seattle, Washington) on 06/07/2009
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help for morgellons I am so happy to find this site! I started my first week with the salt (1/4 tsp 2 times a day,borax 1/8 a tsp 2times a day in water) and my lesions are almost cured! No one seems to have posted yet about citrus mouthwash, I soak cotten pads in it and tie to my face with a bandana, it pulls the surface critters out. I don't find a difference in the different brands and haven't tried regular mouthwash. This alone is a godsend. I really use a lot of bag balm on my skin. The first time I used it, it made them start crawrling horribly and I had to jump in the shower, it was horrible, so be careful. Also, be careful with raw garlic, the first time I used it I had 911 abdominal pain. How do you access the weekly prayer meeting? Thanks to all contributers to this site, I'm the new kid on the block!

EC: One of the options when you sign up for our newsletter is the weekly prayer/meditation group: An email goes out every Friday or Saturday for that particular group...

Posted by Nan (Austin, Texas) on 03/19/2009
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In the neverending search for a cure from this "thing", I've done a little checking on some of the cures. All evidence points to the fact that ionic silver is the new standard in silver...Phd's and researchers have found that it works far better than particular (colloidal) silver and that particularly in the stomach when it runs into hydrochloric acid...the ionic works much better. So I'm going to continue on with the seems to help. I also used some aloe vera gel on my face it worked really great and then put on scalp too. Seemed to kill most things or at least bring to surface so I could get rid of them. Try this. I also broke down and bought [cats claw]...had been using Cats Claw for a couple weeks and it helped but not enough. I did notice a difference with the [cats claw], seemed to slow these critters down quite a bit more than the cats claw and generally feel pretty good on has so many health benefits it can't hurt when we have all this garbage going on in our body dropping who knows what toxins inside of us. I started with 5 drops in a small glass of water half hour before meal. We are suppose to have [cats claw] for 12 days and then 12 days off, etc. with something else inbetween. I also take garlic with any food I shouldn't be eating just so they can't enjoy it. Am also back to taking a wormwood, black walnut, clove combo. Thing is this...this isn't going away in two weeks. Most people don't give any particular protocol long enough to work. It may take 6 mos to a year to get rid of this. So don't give up too early, if you see improvement keep at it.

EC: Sorry, had to remove a brand name from this post...

Posted by Kara (Milwaukee, WI) on 02/16/2009
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morgellons: Been trying the shotgun approach latelly and have seen some definite improvements...seems to be killing off the smaller ones...don't feel in eyes lately so vision improving...

Taking Cats Claw 2x per day, considering 3x per day at 500 mg ea...suppose to be working the best...want to try Samento though that is cCats Claw w/o TOA which improves its performance - but costs 2x as much. also 2 doses daily of Black Walnut Green Hull, Garlic 1500 mg considering going 2x daily on this...also taking Olive Leaf Extract 1-2x a day, Colloidal Silver AM & PM, considering adding a 3rd dose, 1/4 tsp baking soda in water 2x day w/tsp apple cider vinegar. Combination Green Tea, Goji and Ginger (Ginger is said to dissolve worm eggs) 2-3x daily, taking high quality vitamin/mineral I prefer Vitamin World's Green Vitamin, the best I've so far. Plain yogurt adds back flora to the digest tract...While these things haven't disappeared, they do seem weakened - have been on this protocol for less than a weak and feel there is a die-off, but the larger worms will take longer to kill. At night I use tea tree oil, a little oil and hydrogen peroxide with a dab of hand soap to mix these together. I put it all over my body and wrap with glad wrap to keep on all night long - I get good sleep w/this technique, but you need to take garlic before sleep so it drives them to the skin otherwise they just dig into the body to get away from it. Happy Hunting!

Posted by NN (Dallas, Tx) on 02/07/2009
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In frustration I've decided to attack these buggers with all I have...they do seem to fight back even harder when you attack them though...kind of scary! But here goes, what seems to work...

Cats Claw...saw definite improvement when I started using this the other day, they were becoming quite strong and I needed to try something so this definately pushed them back....they say the alcohol tincture is stronger and that the Samento (Cats Claw w/the TOA taken out which makes it better but much more expensive)...

They say Echinacea works well with Cats Claw and it is an insecticide may kill those bugs...I'm taking Super Echinacea (has all 3 Echinaceas in one tincture)

Also taking Apple Cider Vinegar tabs daily

Black Walnut & Clove & Wormwood wormer...available everywhere

Neem also kills lots of bugs

Olive Leaf Extr or Pau d'Arco are both great antifungals, antivirals and more

Colloidal Silver

Salt/Peroxide Baths I also add some aromatherapy to bubble bath and throw in: Lemon, Eucalyptus, a little clove, lavendar and there are others that are good for parasites

Ginger, Ginsent, Green Tea

Also Garlic tabs...Im taking 1500 mg daily

Silica homeopathic is good for clearing things out of the skin

Nat Phos homeopathic is good for alkalinity worms thrive in acid states

Eat lots of eggs...has sulphur in and is good for adrenals (stress)

Arsenicum Alba homeopathic I have read will cure cutaneous larva migrans, skin maggots and other similar parasites so might work in right dose

Take good quality vitamin I use Vitamin Worlds Green Multi pretty good...keep you healthy while your body is under this attack

Magnesium 500 mg daily

Also taking Sulphur homeopathic 6C 2x daily

1/4 tsp baking soda in glass of water 2x day

Posted by Pam (Waco, TX) on 01/31/2009
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Have anyone on this site dealt with Morgellons? I can't find medical help and am getting more and more ill daily. I am using Oregano Oil, Tumeric, have tried MSM with no help, taking baths in peroxide and salt. If you have any other suggestions that have worked for you PLEASE reply. Thanks

Replied by Lea
Enterprise, Al

diet is important--you must cut sugars and carbs out of your diet.including fruit. i only eat white rice and brown rice, eggs, meat, veggies and salads. it helps your condition. yes, this diet is important. please try this. you should see an improvement and it helps the immune system.

Replied by Debt
Tulsa, Ok

Dealing with the same problem and have limited sugar and cut gluten out. I take ACV daily, drink water liberally, take vitamins, coconut oil, etc. still not much relief. The one thing that I do think helps is bathing in peroxide, sea salt, and borax. Sometimes use baking soda in the bath too. This helps dry it up. The dietary changes do help it just takes time I guess. its stressful for sure to see worms and bugs in your skin and it is no mistake. I wish it was. My husband and I are mortified! We can't talk about this because it's not cool at all, nobody would want to ever associate with a person with this. I've had it for a while snd it haven't seen anyone near me contract it. Not working now. But am an RN so I'm educated as to what is normal related to skin well this is not. All I can say us follow Teds protocols and pray. One last thing, build up your immune system, take probiotics.

Posted by Casey (Denver, CO/USA) on 12/21/2008
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Worked Temporarily

I am not cured. I am better on some things. I tried the salt and C with regular salt and nothing happened. I have not found salt tablets, the company apparently went belly up. I got rid of the sores with peroxide and salt. I can't stay on the diet, but it does improve things for the few weeks I can do it. For a number of symptoms I use chuan xin lian, 4.00 at the vietnamese herbal store. Just chuan xin lian, not the mixture with other herbs. 4 pills 3x daily. It is an antiviral,antibiotic. The Chinese use it for spirochete diseses like leptospirosis and syphilis. Peroxide baths:1 large Wal-Mart peroxide plus 1salt container full. I think both are roughly 32 ounces. I had large sores that wouldn't heal and joint pain; vision problems, respiratory problems, fatigue,bouts of violence,depression, problems thinking,concentrating, memory,and I get lost in places I should know. I use coconut oil to moisturize after the baths, and black specs come out of my skin. Once whole black threads and tarry gunk came out after a bath; I wiped this off with paper towel and threw it away. I am pretty sure I got this from bedding.

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Yes the black specks and other gunk come out after bathing and applying coconut oil. I've literally had to get right back in the tub to rinse them off then pat skin dry. I always pull my hair up and when I wash it I pull it forward so it never touches my back!! I have noted after bathing a wad of hair that ends up in tub will actually be coated with a thick gelatinous substance. It looks like a worm. So be cautious with hair. I stopped using very thick moisturisers like Shea butter(pure form) because when I got dressed I itched terribly on my legs where I used it and took clothing off to find fuzz balls everywhere I itched! These stick to these products and sting you. I read a post where someone used a microscope and saw these were alive and were spinning threads from clothing worn then actually went into the skin. When I read this I recalled this started when I began using products that were very greasy on my skin. I even got one on a frown line on my forehead and that is where I had used the Shea butter. This was my experience and it could affect others as well.


Posted by Lance Gumtz (National City, California) on 06/29/2009

Morgellons is not a disease it is a parasite, round worm it effects people in poor health and a high fungal load in the body. It really likes fungus so you need to wash with neem soap, or any other soap that removes bacteria. Then you need to take neem leaf it stops people dogs and cats and blood sucking bugs like scabies, body lice fleas and round worm from reproducing no more eggs.......If it cant produce then it wont spread. It takes a while for the neem leaf to get into your blood. Then you need to take msm (sulfur) it keeps parasites from being able to cling to your intesines walls. Then you need to take humana worm parasite killing herbs. Then i would also add worm wood it is known for killing parasites. Then you need to take clove it kills any eggs dead. You should really look into neem and all the wonderful things it can do its amazing...... some people use it as birth control.

Replied by Philip
Dearing, GA

Lance failed to mention amounts to be given and how often. There is alot great information here on earth clinic, but SO many of the post are incomplete. Precise directions are not given, leaving us to having to guess or experiment. Please....if you are posting something on this site, explain it to us like we are 6 years old (i.e. dosage, how often, and for how long).

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Posted by Mimi (Wi) on 06/14/2014

Morgellons: I have an update on this condition... latest discovery is NEEM SEED OIL - can buy online in large bottles fairly reasonably...mix it with some liquid dishwashing soap (Dawn, etc.) just enough soap to emulsify the neem so it will blend into your bath water (by the way this is a neat trick to make any oil blend w/water)... /for some reason it makes the water feel so silky... I love it... But they don't like it and that's the best part... I also add into this mixture 5 drops Lavendar Oil, 5 drops Eucalyptus, 5 drops Peppermint Oil, 3 drops Clove Oil, 3 drops Cinnamon Bark Oil, and Tea Tree Oil - I use quite a bit of TTO - to use to suit.... after you have emulsified this, mix in w/bath water... and then mix neem in with shampoo and add one drop ea oil and wash hair, leave in while bathing... I take one hour baths... soothes and also weakens... If that's not enough, then put Neem Oil straight or with a drop of the other oils if needed all over body - you can put plastic wrap all over so it doesn't wipe off on clothes, sheets, etc. if you wish... The NEEM on the skin definately weakens them... This should harm both worms and insects and other things like viruses, bacteria, fungal, etc. Neem is great... I've been putting it on my skin for 3 days now and what a difference... they barely move now. Good luck with this. These will also go in your eyes... Echinacea is suppose to kill bugs so you might use SUPER ECHINACEA herb drops by Herb Pharm... and/or drink Echinacea Tea... Also Ginger is another one... I drink Ginger Tea all the time to keep my digestive tract healthy... it does a lot of things too... you can also take Ginger Extract Tablets.

Try these... see what you think... Good luck and God Bless!

Replied by Lilacs
Toronto, CA

I tried all these oils and clove....only helped with symptoms, not actually killing the parasite. Borax is the only answer.....1/8 tsp in a bottle of water sipped every day for four days...also borax in bath and laundry as long as critters exist in your surroundings, you will be reinfested...continue borax.....cured my cat with it too....just a splash from my borax water into his bowl and watch the black specks come out in the tub.God bless