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Before F-5

January 22, 2012 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons

I have had various parasitic pathogens since I was infested after a turkey hunt in the late 80’s. I did not know the problem was inside of my body. I thought my house had a really bad flea problem, so I bombed and bombed. For the next decade, the internal infestation grew to a profound level.

One of the most significant effects was that my body became a more attractive habitat for other pathogens, and in the late 90’s, a woman who briefly shared my workspace infested it – and me – with an additional pathogen. That one brought its own, and they made it known from the beginning that they were inside me, that they had invaded me to a highly intimate and terrifying degree.

I tried everything I read anywhere, I bought every lotion, cream, treatment, pesticide, that I could find.

Within three years, the direct and indirect costs had risen to six figures. I joined internet groups, published websites of my own, and made a few very good friends within the community. As a group, we experienced ostracism and rejection, and found no help in the medical, entomological, or pest control industries. Those who were lucky had the support of their families. My husband, who does not have it, and never caught it, is wonderful. Other than that, my online support group was all I had, since the rest of my family and most of the docs I visited did not believe me and could not help me.

That the medical community refused to recognize whatever it is I have meant no insurance coverage – not that that would have paid for all the laundering, the power used for all the extra drying, the dry cleaning for those who could afford it, help cleaning the house, all the chemicals for the house, all the products bought that did not work but that we could not return (75 percent of the costs in my case). It also meant that when I had a very bad day due to crawling (no sleep) or a fresh lesion (whose bleeding I could not stop completely) or nausea (when I was using MMS improperly) and a dozen other things that caused me to call in sick or go in late, I had to “clean up” my excuses. No one wanted the truth, it was too scary. When I did talk about it, even though I had figured out how to prevent transmission through prevention, the assumption was that I presented a danger to others, when in fact, because of my protocols, I did not. So secrecy and lack of validation was bad – and good.

And then one of my good friends called me and told me about F-5. I ordered it at once. From the day after the night when I first sprayed the liquid mixture on myself after my shower, I have not had a single big lesion. I have had 1/8″ spots that almost immediately turned brownish but they do not bleed. It was 95 today and I wore a cap sleeved shirt. My arms are clear. Only one stubborn spot hasn’t cleared up, but it will. That will be a big day.

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1 Comments to “Before F-5”


  1. Linda Goldstein says:

    Hi Kajay, Are you still using the F-5? I guess you have been reading about the latest research regarding spirochetes found in the scabs and dermis of Morgellons patients from the work of Dr. Rafael Stricker and Marianne Middleveen. I have also been recently reviewing the work of herbalist Stephen Buhner, Healing Lyme. Spirochetes can live for a very long time on the surfaces of “things” – they are not killed by the cold or freezing. Also, after listening to the radio blog of Marianne Middleveen this morning she did say that mite eggs were found in some of the scabs of specimens studied, along with other parts of insects. Hopefully we are getting deeper into the subject of Morgellons and Mites and can start really discerning what will work and what will not!

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