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Linda’s Protocol

October 13, 2013 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Linda (Lindag), Members' Best Practices, Tips

House

 

1. Sprayed the house (walls, floors, surfaces of tables) many times with Windex and/or ammonia water
2. Disposed of a lot (most) of furniture to dump, including all rugs – 2 trailer loads to dump including new couches, new bed, dressers, almost everything
3. Removed carpeting downstairs (we are in a 2 level condo) and left floors for 1 year as bare concrete, meanwhile mopping, vacuuming, spraying all floors and walls while empty.
4. Had PCOs come spray inside of house on many occasions (a waste of $)
5. Put down DE at various times all over the floors, in bookcases
6. Mopped all floors upstairs on hardwood with ammonia water (ruined floors)
7. Used bug bombs in house on many occasions
8. Sprayed a pesticide around all cracks near baseboards (from Walmart) every 6 months.
9. Bought fogger and fogged with Cedarcide entire house + attic.
10. Purchased a Singer steam press and steam pressed all clothing for at least a year, blankets, sheets, everything and stored in plastic zip lock bags. Used plastic bag for purse.
11. Purchased and used a dehumidifier and ran that steadily for 6 months straight.
12. Constant cleaning and vacuuming (daily, upstairs and downstairs)
13. Changed sheets daily
14. Used a swiffer mop and mopped our air mattress with a combo spray of alcohol and white vinegar
15. Slept on air mattresses for a year or longer.
16. Moved out of our bedroom downstairs and bought bed frame (wood) from Ikea and put air mattress on that. Slept with sheets, and 1 blanket all year.
17. Removed all knick knacks, any clutter from entire house. I took to dump or put in large plastic bins to store.
18. Purchased cheap shoes and clothing and tossed frequently.
19. Kept all shoes outside after spraying with Windex
20. Had inside of computer cleaned out by Fry’s electronics; replaced keyboard on several occasions.
21. Purchased good microscope to look at debris from body.
22. Removed furnace and A/C which was original to house and installed new (mold throughout A/C system).
23. Repainted entire house inside (this summer)

 

There is probably more. We lived in constant prayer… stayed away from family and friends for a year. They were told what we were fighting. That was just for the external environment…

 

Body

 

1. Got diagnosis of Lyme/Bartonella/Babesia, and Morgellons from LLMD and started treatment in 2009. Started treating all three diseases (not gone, of course).
2. Occasional bathing and soaking with essential oils
3. Attacking itching in scalp with combo oils of tea tree oil, eucalyptus oil, and oregano oil after showering, leaving that in regardless of smell to others
4. Cut hair very short, boy cut
5. Used hair blower after showers and using hottest setting (I always do this)
6. Used various fungal shampoos… and tea tree oil shampoos on body and hair
7. Used scrubber cloths from Walmart to do a hard scrub all over body
8. Realized I needed to work on increasing my immune support to get body into a healthier place… a work in progress
9. Used Aquaphor on skin when itching was the worst and helps to get a healthy skin barrier back after all the external remedies
10. Used man products that were supposed to kill pathogens on skin
11. Came to realization that much of what I have had became internal so working from an internal point and not just on the outer…
12. Used Vicks for 1st year around nose, eyes, mouth to keep these things out of my orifaces.
13. Did colon cleanses for many months (they go into the rectum, penis, vagina)… recommended by Dr. Staninger to me
14. Working on my spirituality (this should not be listed last) and is ongoing.

These entities are not all gone, but the load is much much lower… I manage these various expressions of this disease process now. Strangely during the change of seasons things are very quiet and I have very few symptoms right now, although struggling with change of drugs for sleep, Lyme, Bartonella, and high blood pressure.

I see fewer fibers 5-1/2 years later, and fewer strange floating things in the house with cooler weather. I am of the opinion that some of these symptoms are due to Lyme/ Bartonella & Babesia as well as newly discovered Fry protozoa parasite FL1953 which is a great imitator of Bartonella symptoms. Also believe that chemtrail materials are affecting all of us, including all living matter on the planet… (Carnicom).

Bill’s Protocols

April 13, 2013 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Members' Best Practices, Tips

Products

Body: MSM, Borax

Bath: Arm and Hammer Powdered Laundry Detergent

Scalp: Arm and HammerPowdered Laundry Detergent, Coconut oil

Details

============ BODY

  • 1 Tsp MSM Powder
  • 32 Oz Water
  • 2 Tbsp Borax

Apply all over if I get sick of the peroxide mixture

MSM is sold in capsules. I open capsules, mix with the other ingredients above, pour over head and leave on till next shower.

Note:  MSM and Hydrogen Peroxide are both penetrants. That is, they help anything mixed with them penetrate the skin.

============ BATH

  • 1 C. Arm and Hammer powdered laundry detergent
  • Pour in tub and soak for 30 minutes. Helps a lot. Many folks have been cured just doing this.

============ SHAMPOO

  • 2 to 3 Tbsp Arm and Hammer powdered laundry detergent
  • 32 Oz Water
  • Shampoo. Repeat 3 times a week for several weeks. This kills them on the scalp.

============ CONDITIONER

  • 2 Tbsp Coconut Oil

Add to bath and dunk head. Restores moisture and makes hair look brand new.

Bill says, “I did this and all crawling has stopped for 3 to 5 years now. Praise God ! I prayed so hard for that to stop.”

Carolyn’s Protocol

April 10, 2013 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Carolyn, Members' Best Practices, Protocols, Tips

Bottom line up front:

Body: Sulfur

Enviro: Clorox, Borax

Laundry: Tide, Borax

Skin: Sulfur, Olive Oil, Vicks Vapo Rub

Scalp: Sulfur 8, Selsun Blue Menthol

Details:

#3 Carolyn (still in progress)
Possible scabies infestation (animal/human?) 80 percent cured

Products:

  • Sulfur lotion/cream
  • Sulfur soap
  • Sulfur 8 shampoo and alternate with Selsun Blue shampoo menthol
  • Arm and Hammer Laundry detergent
  • Borax
  • Tide
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Olive oil (skin at night)
  • Vicks (face at night)
  • Satin sheets and pillow case
  • Clorox Bleach
  • Clorox bleach spray
  • Clorox disinfectant wipes

Protocols:

  • Washed and dried hot all clothing and bedding daily in Borax and Tide.
  • Washed and dried coats every other day
  • Steam pressed all clothing and blanket
  • Sprinkle Arm and Hammer baking soda in shoes
  • Wash floors with Borax and water
  • Sprayed and cleaned furniture, counter tops, and door knobs with Clorox Bleach spray
  • Used Clorox wipes on keyboard, cell phone, mouse, remotes, etc
  • Cleaned bathroom with Clorox bleach spray
  • Tossed couch out, bought futon
  • Vacuumed bedroom daily
  • Steam clean carpet daily with Borax and water

 

Cecelia’s Protocol

April 09, 2013 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Cecelia, Members' Best Practices, Tips

Bottom line up front

Enviro: Diatomaceous earth, IGR, Pestene Powder, Steam press, Vacuum

Laundry: Borax, Ammonia

Skin: Sulphur soap

 Details

  • Puff diatomaceous earth into all cracks and crevices and around floor boards.
  • Spray with IGR (did 3 times).
  • Use Pestene powder from Australia along floor boards.
  • Use borax and ammonia in the laundry and dry tumble at hottest temp.
  • Steam press all clothes.
  • Change bed linens and clothes every day.
  • Used sulphur soap.
  • Move and take nothing to the new place–not even cars.
  • Vacuum every day.

Lindag’s Protocol

October 23, 2012 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Linda (Lindag), Meds, Members' Best Practices, Tips

Bottom line up front

Internal: Clarithromycin, Doxycycline, Rifampin, Ciprofloxacin, Nattokinase, Interfase, Itraconazole*

Details

Lindag reports that her LLMD has reshaped her treatment plan as follows. As always, remember, this is NOT medical advice. Do not try to construct and implement your own medical plan. It is vital for your LIFE that you involve a knowledgeable medical doctor. These are drugs and many have dangerous potential side effects. Remember: you must decide to outlive the bastards.

In addition to seeking medical advice before taking any of these medications, I also suggest that if you have not already identified several support groups online, that you do so now. You do not have to participate in them all. However, if you join them you will receive their emails.

As for the groups, many states have Lyme Yahoo groups and there are several whose scopes are not limited by state of residence. Join all of them you can and figure out what each specializes in. The best way to do this is to read the documentation they provide when you join. If they provide none, then read the group’s home page message and recent posts, and look to see if the groups have files and links posted. If you want the most benefit from each group, doing a little homework before jumping in goes a long way toward opening that door.

  • Mycoplasma – Clarithromycin
  • Bartonella – Doxy & Rifampin start again, add in Cipro
  • Biofilm – Nattokinase and Interfase

Also

  • Itraconazole
  • Formerly on Diflucan–didn’t seem to do much, but it is supposed to attack Lyme.
  • She said to stop Bicillin for now.
  • Just finished 10 days of Metronidazole (Flagyl).
  • If things don’t improve she will add Ivermectin (I’ve been on before) for FL1953.

* Here is a little info on each of these. For more info, click the name.

Clarithromycin
Doxycycline Rifampin Ciprofloxacin Nattokinase Interfase
A macrolide antibiotic used to treat mycoplasma; pneumonia; bronchitis; ear, sinus, skin, and throat infections; Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC), and, with other meds,
H. Pylori.
A tetracycline antibiotic used to treat pneumonia and other respiratory tract infections; Lyme; acne and other skin infections; infections of the genital, skin, and urinary systems; and anthrax (inhalation exposure). An antimycobacterial antibiotic used to treat tuberculosis (with other meds); Neisseria meningitidis infections in nose or throat prior to the exhibition of symptoms and to prevent infection of others. A fluoroquinolones antibiotic used to treat or prevent anthrax (possible bioweapon); urinary tract infections; A serine proteinase from Bacillus subtilis, used to treat cardiovascular diseases and other diseases, including those where it is useful to reduce blood clotting. A specialized enzyme that disrupts the biofilm matrix embedding potential gastrointestinal pathogens.
Itraconazole Diflucan (Fluconazole)
Bicillin Metronidazole (Flagyl) Ivermectin
A triazole antifungal used to treat infections that start in the lungs and can spread through the body, as well as nail fungus; oral yeast; and fever-causing fungal infections. A triazole antifungal used to treat infections that start in the lungs and can spread through the body, as well as to treat or prevent yeast infections and to treat meningitis. A bactericidal antibiotic from the penicillin class with prolonged action, used for infectious and inflammatory diseases caused by microorganisms susceptible to the drug: syphilis, yaws, spotted disease, rheumatism, scarlet fever, wound infections, etc.  A nitroimidazole antibiotic used to eliminates bacteria and other microorganisms that cause infections of the reproductive system, gastrointestinal tract, skin, vagina  [to be added]

A2’s Protocol

March 08, 2012 By: kajay Category: A2, Best Practices, Members' Best Practices, Procedures, Products, Tips

What worked (bottom line up front):

Enviro: Diatomaceous Earth, 70% Isopropyl Alcohol, Lysol Complete Clean, bagless vacuum cleaner

Laundry: Lysol Complete Clean, jumbo sealable plastic bags,

Body: 70% Isopropyl Alcohol, Sulfur soap and foam bath, tick repellent, Vicks Vapo Rub

Internal: Sulfur caps, Itraconazole, Doxycycline, Valerian Root

Scalp: White vinegar

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I am a 50 year old female German resident.

The horror started in July 2009 with a bird’s nest on top of the flat roof of my office building. After the birds fled the nest, the mites started getting in through the windows, crawling up my legs and biting my thighs. In 2010, an entomologist at the University in Dusseldorf diagnosed me with a blood-sucking mite.

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D’s Protocol

March 07, 2012 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, D, Members' Best Practices, Tips

Products

Body:  Gordon’s Enzpire (F-8), Dawn, Vicks Vapo Rub, Benzoyl Peroxide, Neosporin, Kleen Green

Enviro:  Suspend SC/Onslaught, Nylar, Kleen Green, Hotshot Foggers, Clorox, Evercare Floor and Lint Rollers

Internal:  Gordon’s Enzyme Capsules, Lufenuron, Ivermectin, Doxycycline, Albendazole, Mebendazole

Laundry: Arm and Hammer Laundry Detergent, Borax, Ammonia

Details as of March 2012

I have tried most of the things suggested on F1C and Birdmites.org over the last 4 years.  On this I have only included what I have continued to use and was effective for me.  If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask – I am not as detailed as you are.  Hopefully I have thought of everything that was helpful.

F-8 (Skin, Internal) – I am still getting bites on my back and scalp despite being on F-8 spray and capsules for at least a month and before that, on F-6 spray for about 6 weeks The number of critters has diminished greatly in number and in size – micro!

Lufenuron (Internal) – Prior to F-6, I did use a full round of Lufenuron (CandidaAway) but…

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