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Petkeeping

September 28, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Morgellons, Pets, Skin

Okay, so you aren’t giving up your pets–NO WAY. You know or suspect they have this too. I get it. I pretreat all pet bedding with a permethrin + insect growth regulator + bitter apple chewing deterrent liquid. After a couple of months, my dogs tell me they want a new bed by shredding the cover off the existing one and distributing puffs of foam rubber or stuffing all over the place.

I wasn’t sure whether to caption this “At one point she would eat anything” or “She hates the critters as much as I do!

I keep Frontline on my dogs, bathe them weekly (no small task), plus we give them Sentinel.

If you have pets and have recovered from Morgellons, please comment to share how you — and they — recovered.

Ivermectin Update

September 25, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Internal, Morgellons, Ordering, Pets, Research, Skin, Supplements

Although initially I felt the Ivermectin paste was helping me, it just made me too sick to continue. It would be time to take it and I just couldn’t face the nausea, so I am again only on the F-products.

I don’t wish to imply that my reports of personal product use represents anything other than just that – reports of my own experience. If I am reporting another person’s story, the title of the post will make that clear.

If I posted only about one product, that would, if I were you, make you question my motives. I’m not doing that, though. I am reporting my story, telling you generally what I am doing and what happens when I do it. I am not asking your permission to do so, nor am I asking your approval of what I write. I hope that you will make your own decisions and factor in all of the information you find from many resources. I have never and will never ask you to take my personal reports as recommendations. They are not. They are reports. Only you can decide what is best for you, and only you are responsible for the consequences for your decisions, as I am for mine.

That said, I do believe that the F-products are a breakthrough. For this reason, and because I have been so frustrated trying to find all the products I use daily as a result of this disease, I set out to create a small online store. My intentions were to contact my own sources and see if they would let me link to the products I like on their websites (affiliate ads) or if they would allow me to outright sell the products on my website and have them dropship the products. I got everything set up but my life has changed in other ways and I just haven’t had time to follow up.

The F-products really stir the critters up and two things help me control surface biting by exiting critters: the main thing is a combination of a heavy oily lotion with an herbal insect repellent mixed in. Without this, all the critters who are pushed out daily, which is a lot of critters judging by the increase in exit spots, bite the fool out of me. Something that helps too, but that I could do without before the oily lotion, is neem leaf capsules @ two a day.

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