What Do You Recommend For Morgellons Treatment?

by Paul Zedalis
(Kaiserslautern Germany)

You don't address Morgellens. What do you recommend for morgellens treatment please?


We have a problem with Morgellens which we got after being infested with Bird Mites. What treatment do you recommend we use to get rid of this horror.

Thank you
Paul






Hi Paul,

I'm sorry to hear that you believe you are having a problem with Morgellons. We do have a section here on the site that discusses this "horror" as you call it. I understand that it really is a horror in every sense of the word.


Here is the page on the natural Morgellons treatment that we recommend. I hope you will find these suggestions helpful and practical.


Please let us know if they are of help to you after you've tried them.


To your good health!
Angie

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Dec 03, 2009
Thousands Successfully Treated for Morgellons
by: Anonymous

Morgellons – Treatment for an Elusive Disease

Morgellons disease is a skin disorder that has not yet gained widespread acceptance that it actually exists. It is similar to scabies, which is a contagious skin disease in which parasites burrow under the skin and lay eggs. These parasites belong to the arachnid family. Some symptoms vary from one patient to another. Others, such as skin lesions and a “crawling sensation” in the skin are consistent. Areas of the body where the disease seems to be most severe are on the hands, behind the knees and arms, on the chest and back. Other common physical symptoms are rashes and pain that is similar to fibromyalgia.

Many patients have reported trouble concentrating and constantly experience fatigue. When affected areas are viewed under a microscope, many Morgellons patients have clusters of dark fibers beneath the unbroken skin. These fibers are not visible with the naked eye. These fibers frequently work their way out of the skin via the sores and lesions that accompany the disease. Unlike scabies, there are no parasites present when patients are tested. However, a recent study has found a microscopic parasite in some patients. This parasite is known to feed on algae, bacteria and decaying organic materials. They thrive in wet or damp surroundings.

The results are inconclusive as a cause for Morgellons disease. The Centers for Disease Control refers to it as an unexplained dermopathy. Many dermatologists and psychiatrists consider this a psychological disorder, rather than a physical disease. Medical doctors generally treat the condition by prescribing antibiotics, antifungals or herbal supplements. These methods are considered treatments rather than cures, as the symptoms return when discontinued. Colloidal silver has been marketed as an alternative medicine for this condition as well as many others, from fibromyalgia to E. coli. From a medical standpoint, there is no proven effectiveness for this treatment.

The sale of colloidal silver is considered illegal in some jurisdictions. Regardless of official reports, many Morgellons sufferers have found relief when it is used. They state that the lesions begin to heal after a week, with the sores dissipating within two weeks. The bouts of stinging and biting sensations that plague sufferers are reduced or disappear altogether. The most severe symptoms are debilitating and in many sufferers, their quality of life is reduced. For more information on scientifically engineers, cluster water and the many advantages of using colloidal silver for a healthier life, visit the web site at www.nutrasilver.com.

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