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Ivermectin

February 12, 2012 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Herx, Ivermectin

The following information is culled from advice and reports from a friend who has benefitted from taking Ivermectin and claims to be free of parasites. I have just started with Durvet (mentioned below) and will provide my own results as I observe them. As always, this information is NOT medical advice. It is a first- and second-hand report of actions and apparent effects. Unlike the person who sent me this, I am also using F-6. Please see my separate reports on that. Here is what my friend said about Ivermectin:

APPARENT EFFECTS – My friend says the Ivermectin evidently killed her parasites in place rather than causing a herx/purge.

METHOD – She tried Ivermectin pills first, found horse paste gel more effective. She said Durvet apple-flavored gel tastes better and is easy to push up in the syringe and swallow the gel like a pill. This is how I have also been using it. We both take the Ivermectin by pushing the paste/gel out onto a finger, then swallowing it with some water, like a pill. That way, we don’t have to taste it.

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Bugstory – Part 1: Furniture Design

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

Did you know that in the history of furniture design, many decorative, quality home furnishings features were more than likely designed to keep bed bugs, the brown recluse spider, and other pests out of your undies? See what you think…

Over the years I adapted things I learned about other pests and pathogens, such as lice and bed bugs, to deal with what at the time I had no name for. I drew from history, from the scabies board, from random comments by people around me who, in the early days, I ran off with my tales of parasitic woe. Here are some of the things I learned, or figured out:

Footers or Bases

People have always had to deal with bed bugs and other critters, and furniture design is one way they did it. Did you ever notice that cheap home furniture is little more than boxes that sit flush to the floor? And that more expensive furniture design incorporates what I used to think of as purely decorative features, but that, once I thought about it, I realized were designed to keep bed bugs and spiders in their place–that is to say, out of the drawers with drawers in them! They did this by sitting the “box” on a footer or pedestal, which was often carved. This serves multiple purposes: it gets the drawers off the floor, it creates ready habitat for a bug trying to outrun a heavy foot, and it provides a place where the bed bugs or other bugs can escape the pest control operator but–oops! he knows they are all there, and he gets them in one shot of spray.

Lips or Ledges

Another feature of furniture design that has a practical application is molding that protrudes, sometimes just above the footer or base, and sometimes just below the top drawer. Although this makes cleaning more complicated, it does give a level of protection from bed bugs that gave me the idea to sleep on a platform bed during this ordeal.

5-Month Nightmare

November 06, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons

A colleague and fellow sufferer has this report:

“The nightmare started about 5 months ago. I had some debris in my furnace vent during the summer. I cleaned it out and replaced the filter. That night my cat had droopy eyes and mouth, then my elderly mother, who has Alzheimer’s, had the same symptoms. The next night I was hit with a barrage of crawling in my face, eyes, mouth and ears. It took some time to figure out they were bird mites. Although I submitted samples to the doctor a month ago, I have heard nothing. I don’t know if we had morgellons, but these parasites were in my mouth, eyes, and ears. After I detoxed, I developed pimples that seemed to be expelling some kind of living organism. I also had loads of them under the breasts and in the pubic area.So I read everything, tried everything, and found the following that works:ZAPPER + RIFE  – Bought a zapper on eBay ($100 for a Don Croft Terminator II). After two days of use, I had no more bites. After three weeks, in addition to no bites, I now have no activity on my body at all.INTERNAL – Mixed the following a gallon at the time; drink a quart a day: 1 gal water (no fluoride) + 1/3 C apple cider vinegar (ACV) + 1 Tbsp baking soda + pinch of borax. Have been drinking this mixture for three weeks now. In addition, I took antibiotics. My mom was unable to take antibiotics, sulfur, or borax, so she has only used the zapper and vinegar/soda solution, but also seems well now.FLOORS – Eliminated rugs (we have hard wood floors).LYSOL – Cleaned everything, top to bottom.WINDEX – Sprayed all sinks, toilets, tanks, pipes under sink, and under fridge.LAUNDRY – Washed bedding and sheets used to cover furniture daily; used hot water and added borax to detergent; dried on high for an hour on hottest setting..

SHOWERS– showered 2x daily w/dish soap; rinsed with epsom salt/water solution; dried with hair dryer; sprayed shower w/Lysol after showering.

DEHUMIDIFIER – Ran 24 x 7.

BAKING – Baked everything – shoes, purses.

HOUSE – I am now sweeping up specks like fine sand, fewer each day, from my hardwood floors. I will keep up this regimen until there are no more dead mites to sweep.

CAT – My cat is much better. I continue to put a little vinegar and (baking) soda water along with a bit of DE on her dry cat food.  She seems fine, and exhibits no adverse affects.

Even though we are clear of the organisms, I am still running the dehumidifier and drinking vinegar/soda water.  I have replaced the zapper, which helped, with a rife machine–at $400 a bit expensive–that when set on “Parasites” also works. I like the rife machine better than the zapper, and so does my Mom. I think the zapper bothered her a little. I have also relaxed my washing routine. My car even seems clear. All in all, life has returned to (near) normal! I feel better than I have in months and my mother is better, too.

From Gordon – July 2011

July 25, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Gordon, Internal, Morgellons, Ordering, Research, Skin, Supplements, Support Groups

Let me take a moment to bring you up to date on a number of  happenings. The formula patent will soon be officially registered, which will be a big relief to me. Nevertheless, I expect many unscrupulous individuals to attempt to copy my discovery, but there are facts about its production they will never be able to duplicate. And, as many of you already know, I am working feverishly, around the clock, to improve what I have already accomplished. I will never give up until all Morgellons sufferers are completely free of all symptoms. As I write, a new, more enhanced formula is being tested in my kitchen laboratory.

Success Stories

Several users of my formula are now coming forward and proclaiming themselves to be virtually symptom free. I knew all along that this day would come, even though the misery of getting to this point seems like it takes the patience of Job. These individuals vary across the scale as to length of infestation and severity of symptoms. So, hang in there, and you too will be celebrating with me the beginning of your new life without Morgellons.

Colonics

A new method of administrating the formula has come to my attention. I have tested it personally and believe it can be a valuable adjunct to existing application methods. It is, gulp, the enema or colonic. What is offers is a way to get higher levels of active ingredients into your body where the parasite is doing the most damage. As with any new measure, start slowly. If you decide to try this method, here are some tips that might help.
  1. An enema kit for purchase might be found at a health food store if your local pharmacy doesn’t carry them.
  2. Use the same proportion of water to powder as you would with the spray: 1 teaspoon powder in 4 oz. water.
  3. Start with 2 cups warm solution and if things go well, increase solution to 4 cups, then 6 cups maximum.
  4. Once a week seems like the right amount of usage for this method.
If you decide to try this method, by all means, let me know how it goes for you. That’s all for now. Good luck and God Bless.
Gordon

Hollyjane’s Story

July 24, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Featured, Hollyjane, Internal, Ivermectin, Morgellons, Ordering, Research, Skin, Supplements

With Hollyjane’s permission, I am reposting her protocol. I also use Orange Plus as well as Benzoyl Peroxide. The Oxy Clean did not work for my laundry. I was not able to back off on the 24-hour soaking time (minimum) and 4 hour drying time until I began using Gordon’s F-Products.
 
The thing to remember, though, is that our infestations may not be identical, may have different vectors (which might also mean differences in the nature of our infestations), and that we ourselves and our environments are different. What works for Hollyjane might help you, and might not. That said, I have seen the chemical effects of Benzoyl Peroxide as it brings up anomalies – of many kinds – through the dermal layers to the surface, where they manifest like a burn, then peel and slough off. Unfortunately, the Benzoyl Peroxide is not appropriate for use in certain areas of the body, whereas I at least have had no problem using F-5 and F-6 in those places. Enough from me, here is Hollyjane’s protocol:
 

I wanted to share a few things that worked for me. I am at a place where I don’t have the mites on a continuing basis. I only have a problem when I encounter a specific few people in my life that are carriers of the mites. Then it may take me a few days to clear them out, but I do not have an infestation in my skin anymore.

FAITH

The first thing I did to start getting better was get right with God. Things did not improve for me until I did this!

PRODUCTS

Check to see if a product works: find a tiny bug, and apply the product. If the bug dies, the product works. If the bug lives, time to try a new product. The following products are tried and true! AND CHEAP!! Except for the BP, but it lasts a long time.

Oxy Clean–Use this in your laundry! It absolutely works! I know it sounds like its too easy, and it really is.  I spent $80 on a gallon of some crazy cleaner to treat laundry.  Oxy clean works better.  It even worked when i only had cold water.  So try it, just a scoop full for a large load.

Orange Plus–Buy the concentrate (only) in bulk at Ace hardware, and mix it in a stronger concentrate than it instructs you to. Use this as your main environmental spray, and you will notice relief very quickly. Also use it for mopping floors. I just pour some concentrate directly on my mop and go to work. So much cheaper than cedarcide, and much more effective!

Benzoyl Peroxide from danielkern.com–Used very lightly on wet skin after a shower and left on. Caution- will bleach clothes when wet, and makes skin sun sensitive.

Tea Tree Tingle Body Wash— From Trader Joe’s, used as a shampoo, and body wash works wonders! If you dont have access to Trader Joe’s, look up the essential oils and add those to regular shampoo.

Ozone generator–Used in my vehicle, it is the only thing that works for me in there, I have tried everything, and I mean EVERYTHING! Ozone generator is expensive too, but very worth it to me because I could have bought one three times over with the money I wasted on other things.

Ivermectin–[See separate report HERE].

CONCLUSION

I am at a place where I don’t have the mites on a continuing basis. I only have a problem when I encounter a specific few people in my life that are carriers of the mites. Then it may take me a few days to clear them out, but I do not have an infestation in my skin anymore.