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Parsites

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 8, 2017
  • 09:04 PM

Ok, for the past several weeks my husband and I have been plagued with a parasite that is both under and on the skin. We both have been seen by doctors who professed not to know what it was and didn't even want to get close enough to examine. We offered a suggestion could it be a parasite and was told could be scabies. We were treated with several rounds of the well known, Ivecetrin and Promethium scabies medicine to no avail.

After several repeated trips to doctor we were told "we cannot do anything for you here, we are referring you to Dermatology". We went to Dermatology today and the doctor basically told me it was all in my head, that I couldn't possibly have scabies or bugs, it not possible. I insisted and thanks to my husband who took pictures of every phase of our experience we were able to show pictures of a parasites being pulled out of my back and several perched on my arms. Even with the pictures the doctor still denied what she saw and said I had convinced myself that they were bugs. She removed her gloves and rub her hands on my husbands hands and arm to prove her point. (waiting game for her's to materialize)

My husband had a separate appt. date with the same doctor and she suggested that he not come to that appt. and that he seek out a second opinion. needless to say we attempted this several weeks (referral outside the network)and it took so long that we rescheduled with our medical provider. Well after no help at all received today, we will be going to a medical professional outside the network and hopefully someone will stop long enough to listen and observe before telling us we are imagining things. If anyone out there has a similar experience and have found a cure, not a fix let me know. We have incorporated several fixes and while they allow us to cope it has not eradicated the parasite.

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  • Go for MMS Great for parasite infections, kills every one and keeps you healthy.Check Jim Humble for Dosages..Google or youtube
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • August 25, 2017
    • 01:22 AM
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  • I've been going thru the same thing for years. I've given up on a doctors.. a long time ago. Do MMS enemas and baths and take it orally and mix it into an organic cream with no mineral oil in it. These parasites are in the chemtrails.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • August 29, 2017
    • 03:11 PM
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  • Hello I'm sorry to hear of another victim of the medical conspiracy about skin parasites. I will not waste time as I know from experience you need to cure so I will get to the point. You need sulfur ointment. You should mix your own. Purchase sublimed sulfur also known as flowers of sulfur. It should be as pure as possible 99.5% or better. It should be a light yellow color. This pure sulfur should not stink. It should be mostly odorless. Sublimed sulfur is the second best sulfur to treat scabies or other mites. It is cheap too. If possible purchase the best type of sulfur which is milk of sulfur. This is sublimed sulfur that has been boiled in lime water and washed with acid to remove the Lyme. This is harder to get and find an a little more expensive. Regardless of which type you get you need to mix it into 100% pure petroleum jelly. Standard Vaseline is great and cheap too. You need to mix it by weight not volume so you will need a kitchen scale capable of measuring grams.
    Anonymous 0 Replies
    • August 31, 2017
    • 02:37 PM
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  • (CONTINUED) if you get milk of sulfur also known as precipitated sulfur, then you need to mix it at 10% strength of sulfur. For example 100 grams of 10% ointment would contain 10 grams of precipitated sulfur and 90 grams of Vaseline. If you purchase sublimed sulfur then you need a stronger concentration of sulfur. At least 20% but no more than 30% . Don't go above 30% unless you are desperate and willing to burn your skin in favor of more effectiveness. It is very very important that you use an electric hand mixer or whisk that spins like a drill bit. The whisk should be pretty thin and flexible to make the perfect mix. The mix should be solid and consistent in color throughout the mix. Mix inside empty soup can. Research historical sulfur ointment for treatment of scabies if you don't believe me. It is known as the miracle cure. It will also relieve itching while killing skin mites. It is very important that follow this regimen to the letter. You need to First
    Anonymous 0 Replies
    • August 31, 2017
    • 02:51 PM
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  • (CONTINUED 2) first use small amount on small portion of your skin. EXTREMLY IMPORTANT to apply ointment CORECTLY by rubbing with very very little pressure (just enough pressure as a light touch on your skin) in a circular motion until fully absorbed. If done correctly you will feel a mild warmth or burning. If you don't feel this it's not doing its job. Use this method to test different percentage strengths of your mix. Find which strength has the strongest burning you are comfortable with. Test multiple strengths on different parts of the same arm all at the same time for speed and efficiency of testing. Once you have found the right strength, mix same percentage strength into hair conditioner and FOLLOW THIS SCHEDULE TO THE LETTER: 2 hours before bed turn heat on in your house. Take a good clean thorough shower then a really warm bath for30 mins to open skin pores. Leave hair damp. Dry body THOROUGHLY AND COMPLETLY. Do it quickly. Use warm towels if possible. Immediately apply the
    Anonymous 0 Replies
    • August 31, 2017
    • 03:16 PM
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  • (CONTINUED 3) apply the ointment from hairline down to the bottom of feet exactly like you did in burn test small amounts with lightest pressure in circular rubbing motion. Be thorough. EVERY CENTIMETER OF YOUR SKIN MUST HAVE THE WARM MILD BURNING. They will run and hide anywhere you didn't do it good enough. Don't forget under fingernails/toenails, around eyes (be careful), in belly button, underarms, anus, ECT. Leave no area undone. Use conditioner on scalp and coat all hair. Put on tight clothes, socks, gloves and plastic hair net/shower cap. Let ointment work overnight. Try to time it to acheive 12 hours of wearimg the ointment. It is the ideal time. At the end of 12 hours thoroughly shower it all off (dawn dish soap gets it off great and also kills many pests) in cold water to sooth/restore skin. During the day use lots of Vaseline by its self to restore skin. Repeat entire process nightly (or when ever you have 12 hours to wear it all) until you are cured. 3-6 days should
    Anonymous 0 Replies
    • August 31, 2017
    • 03:41 PM
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  • CONTINUED 4) 3-6days should do it but go until cured or until skin needs break. CURED means no crawling feelings, no biting/pinprick feelings and no new bumps or lesions. Mild rash/irritaion from sulfur is normal but make sure to tell the difference. If needed, decrease strength of sulfur mix to allow longer periods of treatment. If it it scabies (it will itch worse at night), do a follow up treatment of 2 or 3 extra nights a week after you are cured. This will kill any left over eggs That hatch. Also If crawling in eyeballs happens, flush out with water. or put a damp rag really warm over your eyes for a bit to draw then out (they like warm dark moist) and then wash eyes out with baby shampoo or baby soap (so it won't burn eyes). THOROUGHLY clean environment. Text me for more details or questions. 8285532414. My name is Jordan. You are not alone, nor hopeless.
    Anonymous 0 Replies
    • August 31, 2017
    • 03:53 PM
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