itchy: hello, has anyone tried the above cream ? Aug 4, 2015 16:20:01 GMT -5
Po: Why don't all that is suffering come together so th Aug 5, 2015 3:32:31 GMT -5
Po: Why not come together and get at Aug 5, 2015 3:33:01 GMT -5
willowwyld: I believe everyone has morgellons..the one who have the sores,fibres pertruding ..are those rejecting them...turning it positive will help alot! Aug 7, 2015 8:27:05 GMT -5
morph: You may be right by this point, maybe not everyone, I would say centurions will not have this in their blood, their long life is a direct result of a body not fighting itself inside. When you see a couple of 90 year olds look closely, many have good hair Aug 7, 2015 16:02:11 GMT -5
morph: Not only good hair but they are not covered with skin anomalies, many have their own teeth and beautiful clear eyes. You can see the absence of disease very easily. I have centurions in my family, one was 106 and a flock of those making over 90 years old. Aug 7, 2015 16:04:40 GMT -5
morph: Harvesting blood samples from desolate areas common with long life, the result, comparison is the answer, then nobody can relent, fibers are a normal part of blood, comparing people in a country rife with disease, you would say, disease is NORMAL Aug 7, 2015 16:16:49 GMT -5
Admin: That is exactly what they have convinced the younger generation of; disease is normal. I saw my family lived to old age with some ills but not many. Aug 7, 2015 17:45:38 GMT -5
morph: One other thing of note, most of the very old that have none of these other problems, their minds are sharp and their wit is good. What does that mean, their brain was not compromised by sickness, usually couples not demented by Alzheimer's. Aug 7, 2015 17:59:05 GMT -5 *
Perplexed: Does anyone know of a Doctor in the Cleveland Ohio area who affirms Morgellons,and treats it Aug 12, 2015 14:14:09 GMT -5
Perplexed: does any one in the Cleveland Ohio area who affirms Morgellons and treats it. Aug 12, 2015 14:16:20 GMT -5
Admin: Don't mention Morgellons and best to find a Lyme literate doctor, IMO. Perhaps someone else will chime in that knows. Aug 12, 2015 17:31:38 GMT -5
morph: That is the only real choice, there are a few that actually advertise as helping Morgellons but in all reality, they treat a disease that has no medical reality and could be penilized. Aug 14, 2015 0:54:37 GMT -5
morph: I have one very near me. Aug 14, 2015 0:54:55 GMT -5
Admin: Morgellons is real (despite not being accepted yet) so you have to go on what will get you the best treatment. Aug 14, 2015 6:46:54 GMT -5
morph: That's a fact. Lets just call it, get treatment, as they really have no workable protocol, but there are symptoms that can be addressed. Aug 14, 2015 12:07:18 GMT -5 *
Jumay: Aloha- this is my first time on any chat, have patience - I've had Morgellons it's seems close to 6yrs the last 3yrs pure hell- head to toe and headquarters being privates and face belly button. Anyway, has anyone notice their blood thickening, mine extrem Aug 27, 2015 19:34:42 GMT -5
Admin: yup and you can take white willow (aspirin) coated is less painful, or at this page there are more helps, remember with Turmeric, black pepper improves the Turmeric a lot: Aug 27, 2015 22:46:44 GMT -5
morph: My blood was like purple mud, I had intravenous UV light therapy, vitamins, minerals, Chelation and hydrogen peroxide, blood returned to more like water and color change. Not so sure its all good for you but that changed the blood. Aug 29, 2015 19:06:32 GMT -5
Admin: I haven't had all those therapies; and can say I know mine is still like purple mud at times. I take coated aspirin when it gives me issues like in the back of my knees. Aug 31, 2015 18:40:35 GMT -5
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