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Slamming ‘Zymes Part 1

December 20, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Herx, Morgellons

Gordon’s F-Zymes are getting more potent with each formula, and he has changed things up a bit by adding chitinase to F-8. The first night when I went to bed the strongest concentration was on my head. I think I reported in another post that it had me speeding all night–it was the strangest thing. I know there are NO stimulants in F-8. It wasn’t that. It was ACTIVITY – in my scalp, inside my head. Talk about freaked out. But I am still here. That only happened for a couple of nights. It doesn’t happen anymore. My scalp is not completely clear, but I feel like in those two nights things came out that I have not been able to reach before.

I got a handle on how much to use and the protocol that strikes a balance between doing nothing and off the chart unmanageable, and for me that consists of taking 3 to 5 double zero caps a night and, after showering with Dawn, drizzling F-8, borax, and a pinch of epsom salts. Last night I added bentonite clay to the drizzle and SEEM to be having fewer sheds today. Not sure if that is a good or bad thing. After I air dry (brrrrr, you know that feeling, right?) I added Pink Oil, which still, after a decade, helps me sooo much. Then I fell onto my disposable sheets with a half 100mg Seroquel in me and woke to my Verizon rooster alarm at 5:30 am.

Then I got adventurous and thought, since I am from a family known to push limits, why not see what THIS will do. THIS refers to stacking other enzymes on top of the F-8. I had two formulas on hand…

Read Friday’s post to learn what combination of F-8 and commercially and readily available enzyme formulas produced a feta cheese like substance to ooze from my pores, especially on the back of my neck and shoulders…

Note: seems to be offering F-6, but Gordon will actually ship you the latest F-zyme formula he has on hand at the time he receives your order.

1 Comments to “Slamming ‘Zymes Part 1”

  1. I don’t know what it was, but my dog got a hot spot treatment that smeleld like really bad garlic I think it had garlic in it.Garlic is an antibacterial/antifungal something with garlic might help. Of course, it can burn in large quantities so be careful with that.Is is sarcoptic mange? Is there any way you can, say, smother the mites? Like, I’ve seen where some people use mayonnaise to smother lice you leave it on overnight and wash it off.Of course, you’d probably need to put one of those cone things on the cat and confine it.Can it take, say, Revolution? I don’t know if that kills sarcoptic mange or just the eggs.Now, when my dog had mange (sarcoptic mange), we dipped him in this totally vile sulfur-lime dip.It smeleld totally repellent. Like, nuclear rotten eggs disgusting. But it did the trick. He was tiny he’d been abandoned, probably because of the mange. I doubt he was even 6 weeks old.That stuff is nasty, but it works. No antibiotics necessary. Nothing internal (we put him on Revolution afterward, for flea/tick/heartworm protection, but not for the mange.)There should be something topical that will help.References :


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