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Re: Remedies for itchy skin - common pests or Morgollons
« Reply #45 on: July 15, 2018, 08:56:52 AM »
The above - posted product Nature's GiftTM from Dr. Kuhn,
is recommended by Dr. Savely on pg 328 of her new book,

 
Morgellons: The Legitimization of a Disease.

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Re: Remedies for itchy skin - common pests or Morgollons
« Reply #46 on: July 15, 2018, 09:01:28 AM »
http://www.debridingsoap.com/30-percent-off-offer.html

Nature's Gift Debridgement soap

You receive a 4 oz bottle of 50% concentrate and an empty 4 oz bottle to dilute the concentrate.
One 4 oz bottle 50% concentrate is enough concentrate to make 2 gallons of solution to apply as needed for the relief of skin discomfort associated with skin parasites. That's only $8.50 per gallon.

You can also use 2 cap fulls of concentrate in a bath

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Re: Remedies for itchy skin - common pests or Morgollons
« Reply #47 on: July 15, 2018, 07:07:41 PM »
Good to hear of yet another cure or help for Morg. Dis.  Seems there are several "out there" and if one doesn't work, then there are a few more for the sufferer to try.  Thanks for posting this, Barb.

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Re: Remedies for itchy skin - common pests or Morgellons
« Reply #48 on: December 13, 2018, 09:58:08 AM »
Here's a study from 2011 which actually took an oral tissue sample from someone with Morgellons and cultured it a laboratory, with fascinating results:

https://carnicominstitute.org/wp/a-new-form-frequency-induced-disease/

Within 24 hours of culturing the sample in wine, the film in one specific petri dish had exploded into filaments:




Magnified 3x


Magnified 10x

That particular petri dish had been placed under lighting in the range of 375-425 nanometers.  As seen from the Wikipedia light spectrum chart below, that nanometer range covers fluorescent (ultraviolet) lighting at the 375 nm end of the spectrum to blue LED lighting at the 425 end, the same light spectrum necessary for the growth of coral.


Color             (nm)
Infrared       >1000    
Red                 700*     
Orange            620*    
Yellow              580*     
Green              530*     
Cyan                500*            
Blue                 470*     
Violet (visible)   420*     
Near ultraviolet  300    
Far ultraviolet  <200

(*Visible spectrum)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color

The study discovered that a combination of two variables broke down the Morgellons fibers:
heat + alkalinity, or specifically in the study, heated lye. 

As discussed in another thread recently, a safe way to introduce lye to the human body is to ingest baking soda stirred into water. 

Question: Might baking soda stirred into heated water be ingested daily to prevent / biodegrade Morgellons fibers?

Once the fibers were degraded, guess what was discovered at their core?

Chlamydia, or something with a very similar structure.

Further testing suggested that Morgellons feeds off of iron, calcium and an acidic environment, the latter of which our modern dietary habits provide.

Conclusions:
This study was performed before the explosion of use of LED's in our homes, but concurrently with broad use of compact fluorescents, before their mercury content was widely known to the public and they began losing market share to LED's.

Blue lighting is not all bad:  It is absolutely necessary for photosynthesis of some plants, while others require red or white light.  A typical grow light will contain all three colors.  And sunlight contains the full spectrum. 

Question:  Might the presence of other colors in full-spectrum lighting prevent cellular response to blue light from growing out of control?

More here:
https://carnicominstitute.org/wp/research-library-listing/

Referred by: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3OZXQdqf3Q
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Re: Remedies for itchy skin - common pests or Morgollons
« Reply #49 on: December 13, 2018, 04:13:16 PM »
Your post is a good reminder of Morgellons Disease.

A number of Morgellons sufferers have tried many substances to get relief and IIRC, some of them would talk of a mixture of things they would put in their bathwater, and I do recall one or more talking about how they would start to see the fibers coming out in the bathwater.  So they continued the process and managed to get it under control, if not completely gone.

And the woman who had the website morgellonsexposed.com, Jan Smith, a prodigious researcher, has lived with it for more than 10 years, and posted hundreds of photos of things and devices she removed from her own body.

There are so many victims that we could probably read their stories all day and never finish.  But you are right about being alkaline and it does seem a number of the victims mentioned using baking soda.  Some also mentioned using colloidal silver in their bathwater.

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Re: Remedies for itchy skin - common pests or Morgollons
« Reply #50 on: December 13, 2018, 04:23:15 PM »
Interesting idea to try putting colloidal silver in the bath...

 

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