Morgellons: Turmeric and coconut oil scrub

Oddly, since posting some articles on the use of boric acid, boric acid has become increasingly difficult to obtain and much more expensive, as well.

Consequently, I’ve had to find other solutions.  Happily, turmeric appeared on my radar, so I decided to try it.  After all, if works on the intestinal level, then it should work topically, too – and it works brilliantly.

Mix ground turmeric and coconut oil into a paste and apply to affected skin areas.  Massage into the pores, using a circular motion, for about 10 minutes. Then wipe off with a warm, wet flannel.  For even better results, sprinkle sodium bicarbonate onto the cloth before wiping.

You should find that this mixture disintegrates biofilm, causing it to rub off harmlessly.

Turmeric also has this debriding effect internally.  So, I make up a batch of turmeric vinegar, which is just turmeric steeped in either kombucha or unpasteurised apple cider vinegar, and imbibe 3 tablespoons of it three times per day. Rule of thumb: 1 part rurmeric to 5 parts cider vinegar.  Add garlic and freshly ground cloves for extra effect.

If you also imbibe a few tablespoons of diatomaceous earth in distilled water, twice per day, before meals, it has the effect of sluicing out the crud that the turmeric has loosened from the walls of the intestines and digestive organs.

 

 

 

Morgellons: satisfying that sweet tooth safely

As morgellons and the parasite-afflicted will know, sugar and carbohydrates are a no-no.

So how do we satisfy a craving for sweet things, without imbibing toxic aspartame and similar artificial sweeteners?

I’ve found two ways of accommodating a sweet tooth:

  1. by taking a probiotic drink with sweet foods, such as fresh fruit
  2. by making my own candy.

Probiotic:

My chosen probiotic, which is very cheap and easy to make, is water kefir.  Once I’ve brewed a batch, I add pureed fruit to the fermented brew (after the grains have been extracted for use in the next brew), and I leave the fruit in the fermented water kefir for a day or so, in the ‘fridge.  Fermented water kefir can keep for over a week in the ‘fridge.

My favourite fruits for this are berries, because berries are nutrient-rich, due to their seeds.

Rule of thumb: if using very sweet fruits, such as grapes, leave the fruit in the ferment for at least 24 hours, to ensure that the sugars have been digested.  The ferment should be sour before drinking.

The probiotic option works by digesting the sugars in the fruit, such that it is not available for the parasites to consume. This can make the ferment slightly sour, but if you can’t handle that, you can add Xylitol sugar to sweeten it, just before you drink it.  It’s  delicious!

Candy:

I make my own candy using Xylitol, which tastes almost exactly the same as sugar.  To this, I add essential oils, to taste, such as ginger, cinnamon, spearmint, peppermint, lemon, orange, lime.  You can also experiment with eucalyptus, clove and a host of other oils. The thing to remember when making Xylitol candy is that you must not add anything watery, or else the candy won’t set properly.

The essential oils, especially mints, cinnamon, orange, lemon and lime, are antiparasitic.  In addition, Xylitol sugar is imbibed by the parasites, but they cannot utilise the ‘sugar’, so as they fill up with Xylitol, they end up starving themselves to death.  Xylitol is also very good at removing plaque from teeth, so you can feel free to much these sweets all day long!

 

Morgellons: hair gel for bed time

A very useful hair gel that is  inexpensive and has great killing action, is made of just three ingredients: boric acid, guar gum and water.

The boric acid is an insecticide and surfactant – and is mild enough to use in the eye area.  Guar gum is sticky and slippery, trapping organisms as it dries.

Utensils:

  • Tall jug that can withstand boiling water.
  • Immersible blender
  • Container for finished product.

Ingredients.

  1. 2 tablespoons boric acid powder
  2. 2 heaped teaspoons guar gum powder
  3. 2 cups boiling water.

Method:

  1. Pour water into jug and add boric acid and guar gum.
  2. Blend with immersible blender until all ingredients are well blended and the mixture is smooth.
  3. Pour mixture into container, for use.

Usage:

  1. A few hours before bed time, wash scalp thoroughly and dry.  For best results, spray Kleen Green onto your scalp and hair and massage in, because this enzyme-based cleaner causes critters to molt, leaving them vulnerable to the immune system and to pathogens which we throw at them.
  2. Apply the boric acid gel to hair and scalp, massaging into every pore and into every hair, ensuring that all is thoroughly covered.
  3. Allow to dry completely before retiring.  When applied reasonably thickly to short hair (i.e., a man’s “short back and sides”), it should take a few hours to dry.  Drying can be speeded up via a hair dryer. Resist the urge to scratch.

Once dry, you will find that organisms drop off your scalp harmlessly. Still, resist the urge to scratch.

This mixture is also great for use on the eyelids, in ears and up your nose.  It does not cause a burning sensation, although you might itch as the organisms wriggle in their death throes.  Thoroughly massaging the gel into the afflicted area minimises itching.

 

Morgellons: exfoliating skin

Boric acid powder is a mainstay of mine, as it not only disinfects the environment to a large degree, but it cleans the skin and can be used to bathe the eyes.

According to Intra Laboratories:

Boric acid is an effective insecticide, by acting as a stomach poison in insects (ants, fleas, termites, silverfish & cockroaches). To prepare poison add 1 teaspoon of Boric Acid and 10-12 teaspoons of sugar to 50ml water. Mix into a syrup and leave syrup near infestation.

Boric acid is an effective insecticide, by acting as a stomach poison in insects (ants, fleas, termites, silverfish & cockroaches). To prepare poison add 1 teaspoon of Boric Acid and 10-12 teaspoons of sugar to 50ml water. Mix into a syrup and leave syrup near infestation.

Boric Acid can also be sprinkled directly onto a carpet or near the infestation of ants, fleas, termites, silverfish or cockroaches as the Boric Acid is abrasive to an insect’s exoskeleton. To apply the powder, crush any powder that might have clumped up and using a sieve (or something similar) sprinkle the powder onto carpets, fabrics and upholstery (If you use a sieve, please do not use it in the kitchen after, as Boric Acid can be harmful when ingested). Leave the powder down for 1-2 days, this will kill all eggs and larvae, then hover all the powder up making sure none is left. Never apply Boric acid to worktops or surfaces used to prepare food.

Boric acid is also used to make lubricants which is produced by making a colloidal solution from Boric Acid and an oil. Boric acid is also used in the manufacture of textile fiberglass, ramming mass, silly putty, fireworks, and many more, to many to list here.

However, another great use for boric acid is a skin exfoliator.

In my bath, I dampen my hands and dip them into a tub of boric acid powder, then gently rub the granules onto problem areas for a minute or two, before rinsing it off in the bath water.  The graininess and the mild acidity of the powder enables it to gently exfoliate the skin.  I find it particularly good at getting rid of lesions on my scalp, face and feet and for rubbing off any alien biofilm which has developed.

The boric acid then dissolves into the bath water, which helps to disinfect the bath water.

I have also found it useful to add a tablespoon of boric acid to a tablespoon of aqueous cream and to use that as an exfoliating cleanser.  If you have problem areas on your face, then you might want to do this several times per day.

 

Morgellons and Kombucha

I’ve been using kombucha for many years and it has completely cleared up my arthritis.

However, recently, I noticed that when I increased my daily dosage from 2 tablespoons per day to a cupful, it drastically reduced the itching, crawling, burning and biting sensations.  Switching from black tea (in its fermentation process) to green tea has dramatically improved my morgellons symptoms.

I also noticed that taking it in the morning, before eating, allows it to clear out my intestines – and then taking it in the evening, before bed time, gives me uninterrupted sleep.  The sleep issue will differ from person to person, however, depending on the stage your morgellons infestations has reached.  I.e., if you are infested from head to toe, then it might be a few weeks before you notice any difference.

Anyway, some good links on kombucha:

  1. General health benefits, providing links to references of  Russian and German studies
  2. More in-depth discussion on health benefits, plus references to studies
  3. How to make kombucha.

But be aware that making it with green tea and natural brown sugar bestows the best benefits, as this excerpt from the third link explains:

Green tea and to a lesser extent, black tea, provides all the components and growth factors required by the Kombucha culture additional to sugar, including the important stimulant components, caffeine and theophylline, which belong to the purine groups required by the micro-organisms as a source of nitrogen for building nucleic acids, and which green tea reportedly provides more than twice that of black tea, and which phenomenon explains the 25% diminishing caffeine levels in Kombucha as fermentation proceeds, rendering it more suitable than tea in pregnancy. Green tea also contains vitamin-C, whereas black tea does not. In symbiotic exchange, Kombucha produces B-spectrum vitamins and additional vitamin-C, just a few reasons why green tea is superior to black for Kombucha production. (Such G, Prokai-Szabo E, Presentation Bulgar Biol Soc, 1961) Dr H Golz determined that the Kombucha symbiont requires the purin from the tea for its metabolism, during which uric acid, which is generally difficult to dissolve and which leads to gout, is turned into an aqueous solution, more easily discharged from the body via the bladder. (Golz H, “Kombucha Ein altes Teeheilmittel schenkt neue Gesuntheit, Ariston, Munchen, 1992)

When you make the kombucha, be sure to use filtered water – preferably reverse osmosis.  Don’t use bottled water because many of the main brands have been found to have added fluoride!  Also, you’ll want to avoid the BPA (bisphenol-A) that plastic bottles give off, as it is toxic and you want to rid your body of toxins – not introduce more!

Interesting links given in link 1 are worth following:

http://www.kombu.de/val-gwf.htm
http://www.acupuncture.com/herbs/kombucha1.htm

Happy kombuching.

To your health.

Prosit.