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February 18th, 2010 | Author: Dr. Hildegarde Staninger
I am writing this post to specifically address some immediate concerns I have about the multitude of unsubstantiated remedies that individuals are using to self treat the condition best known as Morgellons. I realize many of you have been actively searching for answers to this ‘unexplained dermopathy’ for years and years and without medical guidance you are desperate for something to work.


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kitty2014: That would be nice Mostly Cured, but unfortunately, even when we get finally there, people will still not listen and be strict in their recovery. At least we'll know, eh!? Lol!;-) Nov 16, 2014 16:34:15 GMT -5
Mostly Cured: A new week and another experimental routine: 1 Tbsp DMSO to 10 drops of 50% Benzalkonium Chloride. Apply several times over 4 hours. Lastly apply hand sanitizer and sea salt, scrub vigorously. Shower. This is working on the most stubborn cocoons. Nov 17, 2014 13:01:53 GMT -5
kitty2014: Good luck with it! At least I don't have to contend with loads of lesions; only get the odd split and I cover with Tea-tree oil and so they go after a few days! Have you tried specifically attacking with anti-fungal food etc? I think that's why I don't get Nov 19, 2014 14:23:27 GMT -5
kitty2014: big lesions and am recovering so well!? Have had a few shingle-looking spots but cover them with the oil and they go too! I don't pick at them! I've read that we're better to attack from inside first and then go at the skin! Must be awful! Sorry for you! Nov 19, 2014 14:30:18 GMT -5
Mostly Cured: I tried Tea Tree oil years ago. It did not work for me however; I was very infested and on drugs at the time. My immune system was too weak. Not so anymore. Internal medicine has yet to dissolve the cocoons that protect beasts. Nov 20, 2014 14:07:33 GMT -5
Mostly Cured: If anyone knows of an internal medicine that does dissolve the cocoons, please let us all in. Nov 20, 2014 14:10:06 GMT -5
kitty2014: Orh, sorry about the tea-tree oil! Yes, the immune system and staying neutral/slightly alkaline is the key! I have been searching and here's one link that may help! Nov 20, 2014 16:04:43 GMT -5
kitty2014: I've got to get going now, but will search and put some more up soon! Whether they help, I don't know!? Fingers' crossed, eh! Please forgive me if you've already seen them! Nov 20, 2014 16:06:25 GMT -5
kitty2014: Wasabi, the green Japanese horseradish, seems to be the best thing so far, both internally and topically. It gets one truly "clean", which any Morgie victim can attest to being a fairly rare phenomenon, and also rids hard and soft Nov 20, 2014 18:36:29 GMT -5
kitty2014: surfaces of them, even where they've really dug in and nested. - That's a quote from someone from the Morgellons Remedies site! Hope it helps and dissolves your cocoons!? Nov 20, 2014 18:38:42 GMT -5
kitty2014: Have you tried Organic Apple Cider Vinegar? I use half tsp in water and b/soda mix morning and night and just read something that says the vinegar kills fungi/dissolves bio film, so maybe that may help!? Nov 20, 2014 20:16:52 GMT -5
jmurphree: What do you guys think about this: Nov 21, 2014 10:56:51 GMT -5 *
Mostly Cured: I have just recently discovered Wasabi. After eating some Wasabi cheese, one of my lesions turned wasabi green. I didn't know what to make of it at the time. I still don't, but this is interesting news! Nov 21, 2014 14:19:34 GMT -5
kitty2014: Oh, Mostly Cured, so glad if it's of any use! I'm a mind full of useful information at times, when it's not useless! Lol! You could not imagine how much research I've done and still doing, in order to help myself and others and if it only helps one, at Nov 21, 2014 15:07:27 GMT -5
kitty2014: least it'll be something; although I'd rather it apply to the core of all sufferers problems!!! I'm gonna see if I can find anything informative on the "green" lesion issue so I'll get back to you on it! Keep smiling! :) Nov 21, 2014 15:12:24 GMT -5
kitty2014: Jezza - I'm undecided on it! Sorry buddy, seen a lot of those kind of statements! The page was useful though, for the discussions - apart from the rotten *ankers' being hostile! Nov 21, 2014 15:13:56 GMT -5
kitty2014: Sorry, Mostly Cured - looked at loads of doc's and there's nothing to suggest why your lesions would have turned green! My conclusion would be that it'd either be the bio-film coming to the surface (which is fab) or the wasabi, which is green in colour!? Nov 21, 2014 18:19:39 GMT -5
kitty2014: Maybe it's worth a try though!? ........... Good luck!!! Nov 21, 2014 18:20:37 GMT -5
Mostly Cured: I am rapidly running out of lesions to test but I'm going to eat some more wasabi cheese anyway!!! Nov 22, 2014 13:16:42 GMT -5
kitty2014: Fantastic you've hardly got any, but I suppose if you can afford some cheese etc, then go for it! I haven't got a clue what it's like, but I bet it's expensive!? Let me know if you try it and it works, please! Nov 23, 2014 4:42:02 GMT -5
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