Natural Remedies

Top Natural Remedies for Scabies

Neem and Tea Tree
Posted by Jalo (St. Maarten) on 11/22/2020
5 out of 5 stars


Here is what I did that works, because bleach, borax, turmeric, onion and vinegar are way too harsh to apply on skin.

ORDER>> Neem oil and Tea Tree online (100% cosmetic grade).

GO TO>> grocery store an buy unrefined extra virgin coconut oil, buy several bottles of fabric disinfectant spray, medicated body soap and Sulfur shampoo. GO TO>> Beauty store and buy Eucalyptus oil, Peppermint oil, Rosemary oil. GO TO>> Natural food store and buy African Black soap with Tea Tree.

First>> strip bedding, wash with bleach. Spray fabric disinfectant on coach, chairs, carpet, Car seat

NEXT>> Shower with sulfur shampoo, medicated soap and african black soap. leaving soaps on body for 5 or 10 minutes with water off.

THEN>> Apply coconut oil, Eucalyptus and peppermint oils

REPEAT next day, soaps, shampoo, coconut and peppermint oils.

WHEN Neem oil arrives, apply that.

Neem and Tea Tree
Posted by Lover Of Truth (In) on 09/16/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I keep getting these itchy bumps all in a row between the webbing of my fingers especially while sleeping. At first I thought I got poison ivy but in time it became apparent they were probably related to some bug. I did some research and scabies seemed to be the closest fit. Piecing together information on earth clinic I came up with a plan as I did not want to use pharmaceutical pesticides over my whole body which I heard often didn't even work. At first I took super hot baths which seemed to help but did not knock everything else. Then I used tiger balm on the itchy bumps and also dipped my hands in hot hot water as that is primarily where the infection was. Then I got some tea tree ointment and added glove & neem liberally treating the affected areas. Finally I alternated between tea tree oil soap and neem soap every other day. Between this and the ointment I put on it seemed to wipe things out.