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sparkle7
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(Someone requested that I post this here for everyone's benefit... It's from Curezone by someone named ICU.)

SKIN PARASITES, STRONGYLOIDES, PINWORMS, SCABIES, MORGELLONS, & MITES: Topical Treatments

http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1628603#i

For Parasite Warriors ~~

Following are topical treatments for skin parasites, Pinworms, Morgellons sores & lesions, Scabies, Mites, Strongyloide larva currens, & cutaneous larva migrans.

Use on body, face, scalp, feet, inside nose & ears, perianal area, & around eyes.

Icy Hot Balm or Cream (Extra Strength): 10% Menthol & 30% Methyl Salicylate. Rollup stick, jar, or tube (but not gel or spray; they have different ingredients). Fast relief for itching & stinging. Soothes rashes. Kills skin & scalp parasites. Apply to facial sinuses to decongest parasite larva nests. Softens Morg biofilm & scabs for easy removal. In muscle rub dept at drugstores, Wal-Mart, & E-Bay.

Sulfur8 Medicated Ointment (Original Formula): 2% Organic Sulfur. Yellow 4 oz jar. Relieves itching & biting. Soothes rashes. Heals tissue. Dries up parasites on body, scalp, perianal area, & inside nose. Softens & easily removes Morg scabs & biofilm. In ethnic/afro hair care dept at drugstores, Wal-Mart, & E-Bay.

Diaper Rash Cream or Ointment: Any brand w/20-40% Zinc Oxide. 40% is best but hard to find; check store brands. Heals tissue & rashes. Relieves itching & stinging. Dries up Morg critters, pinworms, & skin parasites. Use inside nose & perianal area to kill tiny worms & larva. In baby care dept at drugstores, Wal-Mart, & E-Bay.

Africa's Best Ultimate Herbal Oil: 8 oz bottle. Use on skin, scalp, perianal area, & inside nasal passages. Add to liquid soap, creams, & ointments. Relieves itching & stinging. Heals skin & soft tissue. Releases Morg biofilm for easy removal. Contains 18 essential herbal oils. In ethnic/afro hair care dept at drugstores, Wal-Mart, & E-Bay.

Africa's Best Organics Olive & Clove Oil: 6oz bottle. Use on skin, scalp, perianal area, & inside nose. Add to liquid soap, ointments, & creams. Softens Morg scabs for painless removal. Heals rashes & soft tissue. Relieves itching & stinging. Contains 10 essential herbal oils. In ethnic/afro hair care dept at drugstores, Wal-Mart, & E-Bay.

Castor Oil: Old-fashioned home remedy. Apply on skin, scalp, perianal area, & inside nose. Add to liquid soap, creams, & ointments. Heals skin & rashes. Relieves itching & burning. In laxative dept at drugstores.
Noxzema Skin Cream: Or store brand. Contains Camphor, Menthol, & Eucalyptus. Soothes rashes & itching. Heals skin tissue. In facial care dept at drugstores.

Vicks or Mentholatum Rub: Any brand. Contains Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus, Nutmeg, & Cedarleaf. Relieves itching & stinging of rashes & skin parasites. Apply to facial sinuses to decongest parasite larva nests. Use on perianal area & inside nasal passages for tiny worms. In cold remedy dept at drugstores.

Anti-Itch Cream: Any brand w/Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride & Zinc. Relieves itching & stinging. Add several drops of Neem, Aloe Vera, Lavender baby oil, Tea Tree, Castor Oil, Cedarleaf, 4 Thieves, or other essential herbal oils. In first aid dept at drugstores.

Hydrocortisone Cream: Any brand. Relieves itching & burning. Heals tissue & rashes. Some have Aloe Vera. Or add several drops of above herbal oils. In first aid dept at drugstores.

For Female Private Parts: Miconazole Nitrate cream & suppositories. Any brand feminine yeast, antifungal, or anti-itch product. Vinegar or medicated douches. Soothes itching & heals soft tissue. In feminine care dept at drugstores.

Ivermectin, Fenbendazole, Albendazole, Praziquantel: Mix Albendazole, Fenbendazole, or Ivermectin liquid or paste or pure Praziquantel powder with above creams, ointments, oils, or vaseline. Kills skin & scalp parasites. Relieves itching, stinging, & creepy-crawling.

Albendazole: Valbazen liquid suspension. Ivermectin: Agrimectin, Ivomec, or Durvet Ivermectin liquid suspension. Equimax or Bimectin paste. Fenbendazole: Safe-Guard goat liquid suspension or paste. At E-Bay, on-line vet suppliers, & on-line or local livestock feed/supply stores.

Praziquantel: Praziquantel powder (no other meds or fillers). At E-Bay & on-line or local aquarium or koi fish pond suppliers.

Sulfur, MSM, Zinc, DMSO: Add pure organic Sulfur powder, Zinc Oxide powder, Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM) powder, or Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) to creams, oils, ointments, shampoo, cream rinse, or liquid soap. Empty powder from Zinc capsules or crush MSM or Zinc tablets into fine powder. Kills parasites. Softens Morg biofilm & scabs for easy removal. Relieves itching & heals soft tissue. Avoid getting in eyes. At E-Bay, drugstores, on-line stores, & health food stores.

Sea Salt, Epson Salts, Dead Sea Salt, Table Salt: Mix w/water, shampoo, cream rinse, or liquid soap. Apply to body & scalp when you bathe, shower, or shampoo, wait a few minutes, then wash off. Kills parasites. Promotes healing of skin & soft tissue. At grocers & drugstores.

Apple Cider Vinegar: Add to shampoo, cream rinse, liquid soap, & above creams & ointments. Relieves itching & stinging. Promotes healing of skin & soft tissue. At grocers.

Dandruff Shampoo: Any brand w/Zinc Pyrithione. Relieves itching. Heals skin & scalp. Add to liquid soap for bathing. Mix w/above creams & ointments & apply to skin & scalp. In shampoo dept at drugstores.

Basic drug protocols for parasites: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1574645#i
Anti-parasitic vitamins & supplements: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1575262#i

Wishing you speedy skin relief & healing!!

Cheers ~~ ICU

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glm1111
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Thanks for posting this sparkle. It will be good info to keep in the archives for people who have had some of these skin manifestations.

Gael

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bump again

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There is COMPREHENSIVE amount of info at curezone on working with parasite drugs . It is posted by "ICU" search the site and the info is detailed.

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Personally I'd try heating some virgin coconut oil over a warm tea candle and apply the warm oil to my skin.

In order to reach your back, use one of those long handled applicators that Bed, Bath and Beyond has.

http://www.victoriasallnaturalpethealth.com/benefits_coconut_oil_dogs.html

Or just "Google" this: virgin coconut oil skin parasites

Trust me...I have a dog and Bentley (Bichon) love to lick my skin after I apply warm VCO following a shower.

Mine is a little different than this:

http://www.candlewarmers.com/ProductDetail.aspx?cat=55

But I put VCO (looks like Crisco sort of) in the top and light the candle before going into the shower. By the time I'm done, the VCO (can be reused - and solidifies when cooled) has melted.

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would it hurt to just use that mite shampoo just once??

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If you look FURTHER at the link it gives protocols for multiple drugs and parasites , that is why I posted it again . Very good info on using meds for different parasites other than scabies . A wealth of info posted by "ICU " on MANY parasites and how to access meds .

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Drugs = unwanted side effects.

VCO is healthy and SAFE.

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Thank you for posting this information!
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Where do you get these?

Ivermectin, Fenbendazole, Albendazole, Praziquantel: Mix Albendazole, Fenbendazole, or Ivermectin liquid or paste or pure Praziquantel powder with above creams, ointments, oils, or vaseline. Kills skin & scalp parasites. Relieves itching, stinging, & creepy-crawling.

Are these for humans or pets?

I have one symptom at the crown of my head that I have always wanted to apply something topical, but don't know what.

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For those who are not turned off by using veterinarian meds - you can get alot of these on animal med websites. Some human people use the vet meds on themselves as well as on their pets or livestock.

If you can get them from an MD - great - but the drugs are significantly more expensive & it's hard to find doctors who know how to treat parasites.

I think coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees - so in the heat, it should already be liquid.

ICU posted alot of good info on Curezone. I reposted some of it here. Dr. Simon Yu & Dr. K have come up with a protocol, as well. It's similar to the one ICU posted using a rotation of various anti-parasite drugs.

Dr. K thinks you have to hit the parasites hard with drugs from what I have read. I have read that he stated that the Hulda Clark protocols are not effective by his observation.

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At 75 degrees (the temp we keep our house during the day) ...the jar of VCO in my bath linen closet is NOT liquid.

Why, why do you continue to use DRUGS when safer alternatives can work too albeit a little slower?

There is a pediatrican, a woman, whose husband has AD.

She researched AD in depth and looked at the cutting edge treatments (likely caprylic acid in VCO in the "medicinal food" called Axona... and now gives her husband virgin coconut oil daily (3 times per day).

She is reversing his AD!

There are websites and proof (YouTube videos) that this is working.

Here is just one link to her story:

http://www.tampabay.com/news/aging/article879333.ece

Hippocrates..."Let food be thy medicine."

Watch the very old video called "First Do No Harm" starring Meryl Streep.

True story of a mom who fought for her son...took him to Johns Hopkins and got him on a ketogeneic diet (must be very carefully monitored for kidney reasons) and cured her son's non stop seizures. Many of the "extras" in the film were also cured via that diet.

Did they have a neuro pathogen? Likely.

Pathogens...all of them...need glucose as much as we do, but...in a jam...WE can sub. ketones.

Dangerous though if one already has diabetes (insulin resistant cells).

Do you have the money to follow Dr. K's protocol fully?

I'm trying to find the safest, most cost effective treatment for lyme and company to treat the masses.

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Herbs, supplements & food are great but they aren't really strong enough - in my experience. I think it's good to alternate the treatments so they bugs don't get a resistance. These parasites are really tough. Sometimes, you need an extra push to kill them off.

If you treat the parasites weakly - they get get agitated & cause more damage & don't really die off. They can become encysted & do alot of damage - similar to the cyst forms of Lyme.

If you are really infested - it's good to start off slowly & work it up gradually, over time. The die-off can be horrendous. It can even kill people. The bugs, themselves, are very toxic in some cases - it's not the drugs... it's the toxins released by the parasites!

The drugs are relatively safe. Even the horse meds... Look into Dr. Simon Yu & Dr. Ks protocol. He hits hard with alternating drugs - not herbs & he's pretty holistic for an MD.

When I saw he was recommending drugs - I figured it was time to try the big guns. I did actually treat for 2 years with herbs but it wasn't enough. Just my experience. I'm not a doctor.

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PS - the horse meds are cheap. You can get most of Dr. Ks/Dr. Ys protocol from a veterinary source. Everything except the Alania - I believe.
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FYI -

http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/faq.htm#5

Is Coconut Oil a liquid or a solid?

Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

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