The Magazine for Sufferers of Morg, Lyme and More

Cotton, Heat, and What to Treat

October 23, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Morgellons

Heat is good, I use Bill W’s technique in the shower of “ironing” my skin with the water as hot as I can stand.

I had to do this recovery thing backwards because it didn’t work to change everything out in my environment first (multiple times). I am having to get them out of me first, then I will go through the house.

After a few years of being cold and wet all the time (like a dog’s nose) I got sick of it and figured out that if I soaked my cotton sleepwear in ANYTHING for at least 24 hours, then wash normally and dry on high for 4 hours – it’s a hassle, but I have NO problem with cotton sleepwear or casual wear then.

I DO have a problem with acrylic and some polymers, and I once bought two shirts (same shirt, two colors) at TJ Maxx that had bioactive threads. Some of the fabric manufacturers created them to “keep fabric looking nice” (I have the article documenting this in my library, critterfiles. For my work clothes, since I must dress professionally, I get them dry cleaned.

F-7 (Enzpire by Gordon)

October 21, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons


I really feel like I have turned the corner in the fight against Morgellons with (F-7) Enzpire by Gordon. The formula is so well focused on the Morgellons structures that they leave the body in droves, both internally and externally. What this means to me is that Morgellons can now be treated more rapidly, and the speed with which it works will be revealed in the feedback I get from users in the months coming.

When I examine the chemical reaction that takes place under the microscope, it is taking place in minutes, not hours. Remember that the definition of an enzyme is to cause a chemical reaction of one substance when coming into contact with another substance. The result is that the first substance is turned into a harmless group of gasses, water, and minor trace elements. The Morgellons structures lose their power. The King has no clothes! This is the biggest discovery I have made so far. Yet, I continue on to find the ultimate cure for mankind :-)
Even though I’m pretty pleased with Enzpire, I will not give up. We are definitely on our way! Thank from the bottom of my heart for your ongoing support.

Update on Linda G’s Story

October 20, 2011 By: lindag Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Linda (Lindag), Morgellons

I mentioned in my story that I do have Lyme Disease and coinfections, including Bartonella. I have started in the last month treating with my LLMD once again. I am taking Doxycycline and Rifampin for the Bartonella. Most likely I also have Babesia, but if I treat for that, it will have to be later. My body can only do so much. It turns out taking these two drugs is not an easy affair… as I am learning more it turns out that both drugs should not be taken when eating certain foods or taking certain health supplements. Nor should they be taken together. It has turned into a rather complicated affair just trying to figure out when during the day to take each of this to get the full value out of the medications. I am going to go to a support group meeting tonight in Oakland, so I am very interested in learning as much as I can about the whole process. I am especially interested in the statistic that 90% of the people with Morgellons also have Lyme Disease, and I am assuming coinfections as well. How much of what we have are the coinfections doing their part? Recently I am starting to grasp the idea that perhaps the Lyme and coinfections are attracting these organisms to us… essentially are we giant magnets for a variety of infestations, whether it be an actual bug, or bacteria, or fungi? It is unknown to me at present. But, even in the last few weeks I am feeling less crawling, biting, and no itching whatsoever. I know of people with Morgellons who have done every medication imaginable for Lyme Disease, who did not lose their lesions, etc. So maybe there is more to Morgellons than Lyme Disease and coinfections, but shouldn’t we at least treat these illnesses if we have them first and see what remains after that?


October 19, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons, Psychological Effects

Since March, I have been taking the F-products in capsule form, starting with one capsule daily of F-5 and working up to three capsules of F-7 daily now. I attribute many effects to taking the F-products internally. I take them on an empty stomach as my friend (who started me on the F-products) advised. Within a half hour, I need to eat something or I get nauseous, though a Pepto Bismal tablet works too. It was when I upped my dose from two to three caps a day that the number of exit wounds REALLY increased.  What are the long-term benefits of the F-zymes? My life back? Yes and no. I don’t think I have to name most of the benefits. But when the Morgellons are gone from me, they will be leaving me with something I did not really have before: My life, as I was intended to live it.

Kindness is Cooler

October 16, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Kajay's Best, Morgellons, Support Groups

I am a sufferer, I come not to be judged.
Do I seem less educated than you?
Less versed in professional practices?
Then teach me in the manner of the excellent teacher–
take time with me after class
(email me privately).

If more might use the lesson,
then craft it as a post,
focus on the lesson,
not the person who inspired it.

And always, always, try to be kind.

–Kajay 2009

F-Product’s Inventor’s Story

September 26, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Internal, Morgellons, Ordering, Research, Skin, Supplements

Gordon in his kitchen/lab

A Mission
of Higher Calling

When I, a husband and father, had to stand by and watch my family disintegrate before my eyes due to a horrific disease, I found my options limited. I left my job of 30 years as a registered nurse, bought a used laboratory microscope and set off on a journey of discovery. I had no idea where I would end up.

Three years and thousands of trashed microscope slides later, I had a huge breakthrough. Finally, I had hope that my family and I might be able to recover from the scourge of Morgellons.

Combining my own research with that of highly credentialed scientists, I developed a theory about the pathogen as well as a successful formula for beating it—and to move sufferers in a direction of health restoration and symptom-free living.

For the past four years, we have devoted all our time to the study of Morgellons. We wanted to find safe, natural substances to combat the devastating effects this pathogen has on the human body.

My conclusions are theories, so they will change as we learn more about Morgellons and the pathogen:

Morgellons is an agrobacterial parasite that can jump Kingdoms from plant to animal. In 85% of cases it is transferred to humans via a blood vector: ticks, head lice, fleas, bedbugs, mites, various biting flies and other blood-sucking insects. A small number of people become infected due to extremely compromised immune systems. These individuals may be susceptible to the pathogen through a cut or other opening in the skin that comes into contact with the bacterial pathogen.

Co-infections, especially Lyme Disease but sometime mite infestations, often accompany Morgellons.

Like animal bacteria, plant bacteria enter the human blood stream by way of the vector. Once inside, they proliferate throughout the host’s organs and hair.

The agribacterium can communicate with each other through a process known as quorum sensing. This is why a threat to the bacterium in the scalp may be felt as a bite or sting on the foot.

The bacterium can secrete toxins that destroy human flesh. When bacteria are near the surface of the skin, the toxin can create open lesions that do not heal. Traditional medicine has not developed treatments effective against these lesions or Morgellons pathogens in general. The reason is due to the structure of the pathogen. Its plant base resists treatments intended for animals.

Understanding that Morgellons pathogens are mostly plant material led to the discovery of formulas that destroy plant-based bacterium. The dilemma facing our team was to find a group of chemicals that could destroy plant-based pathogens without harming the human body.

We found our answer in enzymes.

The human body produces many types of enzymes. For example, some aid in the digestive process. However, our bodies make no enzymes capable of breaking down plant fibers, such as cellulose.  And then we had a breakthrough: we found a formula that showed immediate results. Upon further testing, we found that the formula, when added to water and applied to the skin, actually penetrates the skin barrier, enters the blood stream, and digests any plant pathogens it finds.

The process is long and hard, but it works! Research continues.

–Gordon X

Update June 28, 2011

One of my fundamental goals when I began this undertaking was continuous improvement. My first attempt at formulating an effective response to Morgellons pathogens was successful. Not only was it highly effective under microscopic conditions, but also it was the first product that brought about a dramatic reduction in my family’s — and my — Morgellons symptoms. I shared it with other sufferers, and they agreed. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive.

While I was happy to hear the reports of victims’ improvements, I was bothered by the slow speed of recovery. Realistically, I told myself that it ws only natural for someone who had had this disease for years to require months for a significant reduction in symptoms. I just felt like I could do better.

Since my original discovery in November 2010, I have learned much. Now I am ready for a full-fledged introduction of the next formula, F-6, aka Restore. I feel confident that users will find their recoveries moving more rapidly.

My third formula is taking shape in my brain. I am committed to seeing every Morgellons sufferer free of all symptoms in the time I have left on earth.

–Gordon X