Rare skin parasites, which cause relentlessly itchy skin and suffer from thousands of people around the world, are becoming more common. The itching is so severe and relentless that the only relief is to bathe near scald baths several times a day to keep the bugs at bay.
How do the itchy skin parasites contract? A lady pulled her out of a bird’s nest that she had knocked down from a window. Another lady, along with her husband, commissioned them with furniture that they had rented during the transport. A guy pulled them together from a cloud of dust while cutting down a dead tree. Another woman removed a nest of mice from a bedspread in her garage and pulled them together. Exchanging dresses at a wedding with another bridesmaid was another lady’s downfall. One woman even says she got it from a colleague who was sitting across from her at a work meeting. She claims to see droplets coming out of his mouth as he spoke. My personal hell began when a cloud of dust descended on me as I pulled a strangling vine from a tree in my back yard.
The onset of symptoms usually begins about twenty-four to thirty-six hours after exposure. The first symptoms are an itchy skin that drives the person into a hot bath to relieve the symptoms. Unfortunately, the severe itching returns within a few hours. Anti-itch creams only offer a few hours of rest.
Usually very little is visible to the naked eye, unless some may notice that their skin sparkles in the sunlight. Within a few days, as the symptoms become more severe, the itching develops into a biting sensation that feels like it is under the skin, causing rashes and lesions all over the place.
The GP usually prescribes Elimite, Diprolen, Quell, Cortisone, sulfa drugs … and antibiotics for rashes. There is immediate relief for up to about four days and then the itchy skin symptoms return in full force. It’s almost like the parasites are adapting and becoming immune to the barrage of treatments.
Next, the GP will refer the person to a dermatologist or specialist. The dermatologist or specialist is often at a loss to explain the physical condition. Unable to diagnose anything, he often suggests that stress is causing the problem or that fingernails are scratching the lesions.
After the plea, he can take a stopper sample for the biopsy and a blood sample. The sufferer eventually believes that the test results identify the affected organism and begins to anticipate the test results so that the correct treatment can be prescribed.
The blood test is basically back to normal, with the exception of a slight increase in CBC, which may indicate a slight infection – nothing to be alarmed about. And the results of the biopsy are also negative. The individual begins to think that he / she is living a bad dream.
While all of this is happening, the person’s surroundings are unknowingly infected – that is, the entire house, including all furniture, bedding, clothing … Some people notice black glasses or a grainy material in their bedding, or they notice fibers poking out from some of the lesions and cotton ball-like materials on their skin.
Their despair and panic lead to all kinds of de-worming, herbal remedies, chelation therapy and / or removal of amalgam from tooth chips to remove mercury, medicines from Mexico, faith healing, rifing … most to no avail.
The offending parasites are generally one or more of several skin parasites:
1. Collembola (feather tails)
2. Strongyloides stercoralis
Unfortunately, the fact is that almost all doctors are completely inexperienced in treating these pathogens and diagnostic tests are not available for two of them. And ironically, the one that can be identified (the Strongyloides) is a rare nematode in need of a wormer, the treatment of which, in turn, is inexperienced by doctors.
How they are contracted generally depends on skin contact with:
Infected clothing, furniture, jewelry …
The strongloides have a life cycle in which they exist internally, and part of their life cycle places some of them on the skin where they can contaminate others. Although they can initially be spread by bed bugs and dust mites, they can also be spread simply by warm skin contact with an infected piece of clothing or furniture.
Sexual contact is not required for transmission – only simple skin contact is required.
Long exposure can lead to complications like memory loss, joint pain, brain fog, fibromyalgia, ADHD, bipolar disorder … However, it is not known whether these complications result exclusively from skin parasites or from the accompanying Lyme disease and protozoal infections that often accompany the skin parasites.
Once you are infected with the skin parasites, it will take a lot of hard work to take your life back.
1. Disinfect all environments, bedding, clothing, jewelry, cars, workplaces …
2. A bath protocol with Epson salts, followed by wiping the body with tea tree oil and using 999 cream (available in Chinese stores).
3. The Parasite / Lyme Diet, which is high in protein and zero in the most popular carbohydrates like fruits, wheat … The skin parasites have food preferences. There are foods they enjoy and they reward you for feeding them biting and itching, and there are foods that starve them. It took three years to discover and perfect the diet. Fortunately, it has been reported to work with all known types of skin parasites. It is also this particular diet that enables the next item to create magic.
4. Using ORAP or one of several other prescription drugs can successfully eradicate many vermin.
Yes, life can get back to normal through these itchy skin parasites and you can awaken from this bad dream. All instructions are in an e-book called Soothe the Itchy Inside and Diet to Control It.