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Kajay’s Enviro Protocol

November 25, 2014 By: kajay Category: Enviro Spray and Protocol, Kajay's Recipes

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Boric acid + IGR  + knockdown
  • 1 Gallon covers my 2500 sq foot house and my SUV
  • I spray this only twice a year
I fired my pest control operators because they came in, sprayed, and the critters immediately hid from the spray everywhere I did not want them to go: my bed, dresser, and hanging clothes, as well as in any debris lying around. After I read an article in National Allergy magazine about using boric acid to help control dust mites, I devised this recipe. It takes a few weeks to kick in and it is easy to think that it is not this that makes things better – but in my case, it _is_ what made things better. A lot better. I find out if I go past the six month mark (I do this every July 4 and Christmas, that way I don’t forget).
Remember–this is what works for me. I am not qualified to offer a professional opinion or to tell you what you should or should not do, or what is safe or what is not safe.

WHERE I SPRAY

  • I spray me first!
  • I spray where I don’t want them to go second
  • I spray a grid pattern to leave them a place to escape
And yes, it does last that long. I have been doing this for years now and it still is the best thing I’ve tried (and I’ve tried a lot, like you).
Warning: Do not use this on anything a child or pet might chew.

DETAILS

Preparation

If I have time, I vacuum. But if I don’t have time to vacuum, I spray anyway. The sooner the better.
Recipe
In a gallon sprayer, I–
  • Add 1 quart hot water
  • Stir in 1/2 Cup orthoboric acid (Eaton’s brand is cheap and available online)
  • Add the manufacturer recommended amount of ANY brand of insect growth regulator
  • Add a people-friendly knockdown like Enzyme Cleaner with Peppermint or Orange Plus (tho a little Pine Sol might be okay too)
  • Mix thoroughly then fill sprayer to fill line
Strategy
I spray a fine but solid stream around everywhere I don’t want the critters to run once I start spraying:
  • ME (especially shoes/boots)
  • Beds
  • Dressers where I am still able to store my clothes (thx to menthol crystals)
  • Closets where I am still able to let my clothes hang
  • Electrical sockets, light switches and fixtures
  • Around window and door frames
Technique
I spray two thin streams around the walls, one at knee level and the other just below the ceiling. I “paint” around obstacles like big furniture but make sure I keep the line solid. The thin stream helps ensure I can spray my whole 2500 sq ft home with one gallon. The solid part ensures that the critters on the walls can go nowhere without “crossing streams.”
Follow-Up
I do this on July 4 and Christmas. If I go eight months I start having problems, including “fliers.”

 

Neem Oil, Lesions, and Nosy Coworkers

February 05, 2012 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons, Supplements

Update: Like seabuckthorn berry oil, the neem oil ceased, after a while, to control my lesions.

The seabuckthorn mostly controlled them my lesions, but stained everything it touched an intense orange. That was a bit hard to explain to my coworkers and friends, in addition to the odd oily odor.

I have found that I am NOT allergic to neem oil as I thought. The neem oil not only does not break me out as I remembered, but it turns out it has a complex nutty FRAGRANCE that I find very appealing. It also is less staining, though, obviously, still oily.

My routine is this, and it is gradually resolving my lesions. That is, it seems to prevent the formation of new ones, and it makes the old ones get crusty and flake off. Morning, lunch, after work, and bedtime:

  1. Apply neem oil to skin WELL beyond the affected area, starting with the unaffected area and ending with the contaminated area, to reduce likelihood of spreading.
  2. Rub it in, which causes a lot of the sand in the sandpaper skin around the lesions to “rub up.”
  3. Once a lot of them are loosened up, wash the same area again a couple more times.
  4. Pat dry with clean paper towels, again working from uncontaminated to contaminated areas.
  5. Coat liberally with more neem oil.
  6. If no gloves were worn during previous application, wash palms and apply fresh neem oil to them.

For me, once the moisture has dried through the oil, I put on vinyl gloves. Especially when I am tired, this helps prevent me from carelessly contaminating my eyes or face.

The neem oil is of course not a silver bullet. I do not know of any immediate cures. But it is extremely helpful. Right now when I look at my arms, I see fading lesions, smaller than the ones that preceded them. Until I began using the neem, I was once again desperate as the seabuckthorn oil had ceased to prevent new lesions.

All this said, I am taking five seabuckthorn oil capsules morning and night. I am not sure yet what their role is in the healing process, but I am afraid to stop to find out if they are helping!

So that I can continue this routine away from home, I bought a dropper bottle of neem oil, which I refill and keep in my purse. At lunchtime and after work I go into our large ladies room and remove my suit jacket, then proceed with my routine. People walk in on me regularly and of course are curious. I act as though it is natural and make them ask me what I am doing or what I am using :-)

The answer I have devised is the most effective one I have stumbled upon:

I tell them that I am taking a supplement. This is a word that often produces a glazed expression, which is my cue to create a diversion or, for them, an out. I’ve found that an upbeat comment like “I am LOVING this crisp cold weather!” or “Do you know who did those adorable holiday decorations in the lounge?” works best.

Most nod with relief and go away. For those that do not, I lead the conversation to babies, weddings, or holiday decorations. For women, any of these topics usually clinches my victory, and my coworker goes away happy, having forgotten that I am up to my elbows in the sink in the ladies room.

Framed

February 04, 2012 By: kajay Category: Ammonia, F-Zymes, Indoors, Menthol crystals, Mixed Surfaces, Morgellons

If you have some type of infectious microorganism in your home, you probably already know you have to clean everything in your home that you want to keep.

Framed mirrors and pictures are no exception. I like to use lemon oil on wood, and of course ammonia is wonderful for cleaning the glass on framed pictures. Menthol crystals are another tool for protecting items that have a cavity or other place where you could sprinkle them.

Safely Social, Part 1

January 11, 2012 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Indoors, Morgellons, Psychological Effects, Safely Social

How do I avoid transmitting this disease to others without giving up a social life? Obviously compromises are in order. Here are the ones I have made, and they seem to be working for me because I have been sick with this disease for a while with no known transmission to others:

Social Life

There is no reason to forego a social life. What I do is graciously accept invitations to people’s homes (but never invite them to mine no matter how many times I have to change the subject) and then simply do not go. That is easier than declining while everyone is looking at me. Right! Instead, I meet people in public places that I know are vacuumed or mopped daily or more often in some cases.

I did stop attending a bible study because everyone hugged, all the time. Had I at the outset indicated that I preferred not to be hugged, it would have been accepted, but I did not want to explain why I was suddenly saying that after hugging freely for a couple of years. Simply simpler. I miss that group, they were wonderful, and of course I miss the hugs, but I am not short of friends or social life, I just have to have it on slightly different terms.

I did also choose to stop attending a church with upholstered bench seats. Fortunately it was not a church I had attended long and I realize that choice would be much more difficult for many of you. Instead, I found a small church with folding metal chairs. I can dash in discreetly after the service and swipe the one I used with a disinfecting cloth and no one is the wiser. If someone comes in, I’m there to pray, right?

Check back tomorrow for more on protecting others through simple preventive measures.

Old Timers

January 10, 2012 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons, Psychological Effects

So why should you listen to the old-timers?
If they really wanted to get well they would BE well
after all this time, right?

Right. They got this and their first thought was,
“I’ve been waiting all my life for this demonic plague.
I think I’ll go swing in my hammock
while they EAT ME!!!”

Yeah.

If an old timer takes the time to share with you, chances are you need to listen. They may not be well, but they have obviously got the biggest barrel of what NOT to do of anyone. Plus, they are not just victims, they are SURVIVORS. Every soldier needs to know how to live through the battle, and that is where they can help you.

Isolate, Isolate

January 06, 2012 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Kajay's Best, Lice combing, Morgellons

Is it just me or do parasites naturally gravitate to the warmest, friendliest place in their world: MY HEAD. Early on I was still shampooing in the shower, and dodging nasty bites as I washed them out of my hair. My first trick was lathering up top-down, then rinsing top-down, turning around under the water till the lather was off, and then hopping out of the shower. I’ve learned a thing or two since then. What do I recommend that you might not find on the internet (or you might)?

ISOLATE!

I have saved myself from much worse contamination by using the kitchen sink for everything from the neck up, covering my hair, and THEN showering the rest of me. Once I am done with my hair, it remains covered until it is time to get ready for work the next morning. Failure to follow this simple rule has cost me many miserable hours. So, in extreme detail, here is my nightly routine:

FROM THE NECK UP (SINK)

Vinyl Gloves

Use gloves. I prefer vinyl. They hold up longer than latex.

Runoff is Baaaad

Never let water run from hair onto face. EVER. What to use is another discussion. How to comb, google it. Lice comb. Every day, twice on bad days. I use a very very fine-toothed metal comb. There are a couple sold on the internet that work fine. I pull the comb through once then scrub gently with a dish scrubbing brush, and repeat till no matter where I comb, or in what direction, the comb is clean. I soak comb and dish brush overnight in water with something unfriendly to critters. I think it is the overnight part that really does the trick. I soak them in the top of a 100-count computer disk spindle. Works just fine. I keep a couple in the shower to soak those implements, too.

Eye-Saving Technique

Here is a tip that may save your eyes, literally. When you are combing, make sure you do not run the water in the sink very fast. You want to avoid splashing it in your eyes. From the moment you pick up your scrub brush to clean your “harvest” out of your comb, your eyes should be closed, and you should be operating by touch.

Scrub slowly to avoid the spring action that occurs if you are brushing hard and the brush suddenly goes off the comb. Where and how you are standing, that would almost certainly fill your eyes with contaminated water.

Eye Emergency!!!

Should you get “hair water” in your eyes, immediately put on clean gloves. Drop everything else and do it at once. Gently splash body temp water (or cooler) on your eyes. Keep your face down so the water will run off and out of your eyes. Blot with a clean paper towel (I assume that is what you would use, too). Repeat a couple of times. Then put any kind of eye drops in your eye from the end that did NOT get splashed. Then bend your head over again, leave the drops in a moment, then blot. Lift your head only to add more drops. Do this about three times also. That SHOULD be enough. If you are not sure, or if you feel anything, continue to attack with the eye drops. Sometimes I will use a clean cotton swab and soak it with the eye drops or some kind of eye wash and clean my lashes and scrub my tear duct, which is where my critters seem to congregate. This whole emergency procedure will take you about 3 minutes but it is critical. When you are comfortable doing so, resume combing.

Nighttime Hair Treatment

When I finish combing, I dry my hair and coat it with something oily to retard activity. Coconut oil, a glossing oil, whatever you like. I look for oils that contain some kind of antiparasitic. There are lots of products in the beauty supply houses that have useful mixes. Many contain sulphur, for example, and some contain linalool or limonene. The addition of a wax such as beeswax or a microcrystalline wax is a plus. A bit of vaseline is useful if you don’t mind. There are lots of reasons to mind about using petroleum and other inherently unsafe products, but use of anything is always a personal choice based on considerations such as finances and level of desperation.

Hair Wrap

I like to cover my hair before I shower and go to bed. When my hair is dry but for the oils, I wrap it in paper towels, put a wig cap (2 for 99 cents at my local wig stores), and then put a shower cap on.

 

FROM THE NECK DOWN (SHOWER)

Shower Floor

Two 1-gallon jugs with pumps (recycled Flea Shampoo and pumps from Jefferspet.com), one with pure blue Dawn in it (aka my shower gel), and the other with a 1 part Dawn to 20 parts water mixture (in case I feel a bite from the shower floor). I keep a large funnel behind the back jug to refill these.

One plastic canister (floor of shower enclosure) with a dilute of Dawn or Arm and Hammer liquid laundry detergent. In here, I soak my foot brush (another dish scrubber – the long handles save my back), a callus scrubber, and my razor.

Shower Seat

Two plastic canisters (shower seat). One is for clean, unused implements. Used/dirty ones go in the other canister. When I step in the shower, I move them all to the canister with the clean implements.

Scrubbers

I have two big scrubbies, a rough cloth back scrubber, 3 small utility brushes I use for spot scrubbing, and a large sponge with a non-stick scrubbing surface on one side.

Towels

I buy shop towels. They are between the size of a wash cloth and a very small hand towel, but one is enough to get the bulk of the moisture off. I hang one over the top of the enclosure door.

Sleep Aid

I take a part of a sleeping pill (I like Seroquel, and I generally take half of the weakest, so about 50 mg). I make sure I am within 30 minutes of bed before I take it, because in 30 minutes, I will be horizontal – somewhere.

Cell Phone

Oh. Here’s where I use an antibacterial wipe to clean my sleek cell phone (sleek means less critters, so touchscreen, touchscreen, touchscreen). Every night. Then it is sitting there clean waiting when I get out of the shower.

Shower Shoes

I wear Reebok molded plastic slides (in lime green, a girl’s gotta have some fun) in the shower. They are similar to Croc’s but without the straps. I would wear them even if I didn’t have this – love ’em.

Scrub a Dub

Then I get in the shower and immediately scrub my feet with Dawn. This prevents fallout bites. I scrub away and put all used scrubbies in the contaminated canister.

Coconut Oil

I keep two plastic Lu Ann’s (Walmart, quart size) jars of coconut oil on the shower seat next to the canisters (yes, it’s crowded!) One has coconut oil, the other is for mixing. I also have one of those 8 ounce bottles with a pointed dispenser top like the ones that come with hair coloring.

After I rinse off the Dawn, I put Dawn in my hands and spray it around the shower, starting again with my feet for the same reason. Then I turn the water on its hottest setting and fill the mixing jar 3/4 full. I keep a stainless steel soup spoon in the jar with the coconut oil. I spoon some of that into the jar with the hot water and stir to melt the coconut oil.

I use a smaller funnel to fill the dispenser bottle, and drizzle the coconut oil on my skin, then blot some of the water off before I step out.

On the way to the bedroom, I grab my clean phone, and ditch the wet shower cap. Once in the bedroom I hook up my phone to the charger (or I’ll forget and it is my alarm clock), pull off any of the paper towel that got wet around the edges, and put a sterilized cotton kerchief on over the wig cap. I fold a corner one-third over and put the center of the fold at the nape of my neck. I tie in front once, pull the point through and wrap it around one of the tie ends, then make the second tie. Voila. Nice and neat.

I keep clean underwear, socks, and pajamas in sealed bins (sound familiar) off the floor. I also keep a container of clean socks by the bed.

I oil up some more, put specific chemicals (okay, some of it anti-wrinkle, sue me!) on my body as needed, antifungal on my feet, and dress. I change the disposable sheets on my bed and make sure all my open bins are closed. I get on the bed and immediately change my socks. This USUALLY eliminates any crawling in the foot area. My PJs, by the way, cover me completely. I add vinyl gloves in case I decide to rub my contaminated hand on my face or in my eyes during the night. I use an antifungal as a hand cream for this reason. That helps.

About then the Seroquel kicks in, turns off my skin and my brain, zzzzzzzzz

Selfishly Guarded

January 05, 2012 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons, Research

Some things should never be shared:

  • Clothes, unless dry cleaned or boiled
  • Towels and bedding, unless boiled
  • Wood furniture, unless sterilized, including joints, crevices, feet
  • Keyboards, probably never
  • Upholstered furniture
  • Pets, unless cleared by a vet

C’mon, post a comment. Tell us what you no longer share – at least not until this plague leaves your body…

Just Do It – Now, Please

January 03, 2012 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons, Psychological Effects, Research

When you catch yourself feeling sorry for yourself, like your life is over, reread this post.

FIRST THINGS FIRST

You have one life. You are sick. Lots of people are sicker. Your odds of getting well are far better, say, than those of someone who is about to be hit by a garbage truck. Find SOMETHING to be thankful for. (I know, it feels like your whole life was hit by a truck.)

Things to focus on: the faster you accept that this is your situation right now, the faster you can start fighting it effectively. Crying and yelling are only band-aids. They don’t really help.

YEAH YEAH

It is going to sound crazier than you feel right now, but look for things that are beautiful ANYway. Think of things you can be grateful for. Above all, LAUGH – laugh at the freaking absurdity of the situation. What the heck else can we do?

DO’S AND DON’TS

DON’T share your desperate plight with those who do not have this. It will not help. It will hurt. You will become, to them, any or all of these: crazy, dangerous, unemployable, unloveable, untouchable, and much more. DON’T SHARE. Not with them, anyway.

DO find the various communities of parasite sufferers online. That is the only smart and appropriate place to dump all your feelings out without real-life negative consequences. That said, you are not paying them. They do not work for you. They do not OWE you a reply to your post. They too are going broke, losing their jobs (because they talked to the wrong people), getting no sleep, clawing at their skin, railing against their unfair plight. Be patient when your posts go unanswered. Busy groups have so many posts daily that the new ones are quickly buried by the newer ones. So repost your questions until someone sees and answers them.

DO find and read the posts on this blog about preventing others from catching this from you. Some simple precautions can ensure that you can continue to function in society as a whole, keep your job, live in the same house with a non-sufferer. The precautions are not a guarantee, at least by me. Each situation is different. However, ve have vays of keeping others safe so we can live among them till we are again one of them.

GROUP ETIQUETTE

Never yell at your new support network, or use all caps (the same as yelling). Do not waste your time or theirs picking apart their posts. JUST LISTEN. Okay, I’m shouting. BE KIND. Even when others do not know to put their anger aside when they post–it is not about you! They just want their life back, too. Like you, they had other plans.

What Works4Me, Part 4

December 29, 2011 By: kajay Category: Baths, Best Practices, Eyes, F-Zymes, Hair, Lice combing, Morgellons, Ordering, Skin

Preparing for Sleep: Chin Up (Sink)

Scalp

  • I have been lice combing almost every night for many years. When I miss a few nights, I get really bad head and face crawlies and worst problems all over. I use a regular rubber handled flea comb. They are durable and work well enough for my not so microscopic morgies. I start by applying an F-zyme solution and some dimethicone based hair conditioner, then I comb till the comb comes clean and then wash my hair twice with Dawn.

Eyes

  • I use eyelid scrubbies then rinse my eyes with tepid water, blot, repeat 3x or more. I do my eyes before the rest of my face because the smell of the chemicals helps keep any organisms on my face from running right into my eyes.

Face and Neck

  • I use a Buf Puf and scrub really well.

Hair

  • I apply conditioner, beefed up with a little (not coincidentally antiparasitic) castor oil for more conditioning for little $.
  • I wrap my hair with paper towels, secure them with a wig cap, and cover with a plastic shower cap.
Tomorrow night I will share the remaining bedtime rituals that help me sleep…

 

What Works4Me, Part 3

December 28, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Clothes, F-Zymes, Morgellons

Clothes Spray

This helps reduce bites from “sheds,” that is, from anything that “falls out” of my scalp. In a quart spray bottle, I add 6 oz of Jeffers Pet’s Foot and Hoof Rot spray, 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of herbal insect repellent (I like Legacy Herbs), and fill with water.

Skin Treatment

This significantly reduces crawling and biting. I apply this from the neck down twice daily: once when I am dressing for work and again when I am getting ready for bed.
In a plastic milk pitcher, I use a large wire whisk to mix–
  • 3 1-quart bottles of Luster’s Pink Oil (original not light)
  • 1 tsp of Legacy Herbs Insect Repellent
  • 1/4 Cup of Jeffers Pet’s Foot and Hoof Rot spray
I pour this mixture into a single-serving, melamine pasta bowl. I scoop it out with both hands and can apply all over very quickly this way.
I apply to privates first then everywhere else (on my feet I first apply an antimicrobial).
Check back tomorrow  night for the life-saving techniques I have developed and used for years with any number of products.

Lymorg.com is now shipping the latest F-zyme formula available.

 

What Works4Me, Part 1

December 26, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Herx, Morgellons, Psychological Effects

Note to Newbies

I had this a long time before I knew what it was, and for many years before I discovered this group. You are going to get well before me because you have not had it as long. Hold onto that. I know you are hurt and angry and don’t know why this is happening to you or why no one will listen.
I have seen many sufferers with less time in the disease than I have, come and go. YOU CAN, TOO! But you can also reduce the discomfort we have all experienced while you get rid of the disease.
Check back tomorrow night to read the first of my articles about how I have made this horrible battle a little less horrible.

 

Albino Exodus

December 24, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Herx, Morgellons

In addition to “slamming zymes” I decided to try what a friend is doing with great success, that is, when he uses this product in the bathtub, a large number of black particles came out of his body. You have probably heard of people using algaecides. He has found one that has less side effects – it is gentle – and that is inexpensive. But most of all, it works! I used it differently, in my post-shower drizzle (air dried). I mixed it with my usual F-zyme + borax + epsom salt combo.

The big difference in what happened with me is that instead of black particles, I get large (1/8 to 1/4″ long) completely white fiber critters! They are constantly rolling out of my body and onto my  skin once I use the algaecide.

As with the F-zymes, I take a supplement to reduce biting. The best (for me) is oregano, with neem leaf and olive leaf tying for second. I take three of whichever of these I have on hand. When I don’t, I get bitten.

Note: Lymorg.com 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.

Slamming ‘Zymes Part 2

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

The first formula I added to my bedtime internals was Interfase Plus from Klaire Labs (available at Amazon). This product is sold specifically as a chitinase. The contents of the capsules can also be dissolved in water and added to my spray, but work better as an internal treatment.

The second formula is Walmart’s Spring Valley brand of a product called “Probiotic Multi-Enzyme Digestive Formula.”

Neither of these two, when added alone, produce anything like what they did when I took both with F-8 at bedtime. On the days following my first two nights taking this combination of enzyme formulas, I had extremely heavy shedding of soft organic matter, very light in color, like softer feta cheese. They emerged as little blobs up to 1/8″ and were so thick that they filled the fibers inside my clothing. The texture of the blobs was like mushy feta cheese. Shedding outside my clothing was minimal, indicating that the enzyme triad affected my scalp, at least in that time frame, less than my trunk.

Read tomorrow night’s post to find out what I am doing that is bringing up large “albino” fiber critters – and how I’m keeping them from biting me on the way out!

Note: Lymorg.com 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.

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: Lymorg.com 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.

F-Zyme and Blue Water Alchemy

December 03, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons

I love F-5 and Blue Water Alchemy’s Mineral Waters to quell the herxing symptoms.  It is a marvelous product, creating some herxing as well.  It has eradicated breathing problems caused by the flushing of toxins and the disease itself.  My energy has gone through the roof, a twinkle has returned to my eyes, muscle and joint aches and pains are gone, and my memory has returned.  I actually FEEL happy.

I’ve been taking neem leaf capsules for brain fog and depression;  adding the mineral water seems to have enhanced the effects of the few natural things I use and of course it has its own powerful positive health boosting effects.

Since using the mineral water from Blue Water Alchemy the only pain  I have is in my fingernail beds which have been herxing since I began to use F-5.  First black specks emerged, then white polyps.  With F-5 & F-6 the edima cleared up immediately and now thick damaged skin is peeling off of my fingers, revealing first large polyps and now smaller.  The polyps emerging from under the nail beds are quite painful.  When I added Blue Water Alchemy’s product to my regimen I thought I was beginning to attract the morgellon’s into my fingers again but it was the polyps coming more quickly to the surface.  There were many.  I highly recommend the mineral water formula (for internal use) when using F-5 & F-6.  It is a wonderful combination.

p.s. I found bluewateralchemy.com’s website link on a chemtrails site I was exploring.

I discovered your site today.  Thank you for serving the morgellons community so very well.

J.H.

New F-Zyme Adds Chitinase

November 26, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons

F-zyme jar

I have just received and have started testing Gordon’s fourth formula, known for now as F-8 (name not known yet). He says it is the most potent formula yet

I have just received and have started testing Gordon’s fourth formula, F-8 (name not known yet). He says it is the most potent formula yet and yet is more skin friendly. He has included much more chitinase in this formula due to our reports of the effects of chitinase. For me, if you remember, a fresh chitinase dissolved whatever was holding the biofilm in my skin. The biofilm emerged as tiny but visible gelatinous squares all over my body. The red dots that marked the intersections of the diamond pattern in my skin disappeared. The red dots I have now are new, larger and irregularly placed, and in areas where the morg have been most concentrated, like my calves.

Gordon included a note in the box saying this formula clogs the sprayer. When I mixed my first batch, I noticed dark particles settled to the bottom. That must be some of the chitinase. Because of what Gordon said about the sprayer, I am using one of those plastic bottles with the pointed dispenser tip, like those that come with hair coloring. I shake it before each use.

Lint or Critter? That’s Easy…

October 24, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons

There are two things that our critters have that we can identify positively to distinguish them from lint:

They BITE. Lint does not bite. It might sting if it causes an allergic or chemical reaction in the skin, but it does not – EVER – leave bloody holes in our skin. As we all know, our critters DO.

I can, under a 60X microscope (all I use) SEE their little black legs amongst the beigey-grayish fibers, quite often identify at least one PAIR of legs. Lint has no legs. Also, those legs often clearly end in insect feet, and I can often also see what are clearly cilia on the legs.

 

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

Kayjay,

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.
Blessings,
Gordon

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?

F-Caps

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