Could I be dealing with a parasite rash?
Do I have a parasite rash?
I have had a rash for about two weeks now, and it itches. My legs sometimes itch, too, but there is no rash there.
Today I saw three little black bugs on my arm and one little red one.
It's possible to have a parasite rash, but rashes can come from many different causes.
You may have an allergic reaction to something you ate or some chemical your skin came in contact with recently.
A rash can also be the result of too many toxins in your system. If your liver and other filtering organs are overloaded, they send the excess to the skin in their effort to get rid of it.
The itching can also be from a similar cause, but you may certainly have a parasite.
I don't know for sure what the little black and red bugs are that you mentioned. I may be able to identify them with a better description or a photo, but they sound like they may be a type of mite.
Have you seen any more of these bugs in your home?
You'll need to give your house a good clean if you have an infestation. Wash all bedding and towels, etc. Vacuum the carpets and furniture and consider spraying the house with a mixture of raw organic apple cider vinegar and water, for starters.
I would also consider a spray of cedar oil or clove oil as they are both pretty effective against bugs and parasites.
As for what you can do if you have a parasite rash, you should consider a good parasite cleanse. I like Herbal Fiberblend
for a safe and gentle but thorough cleanse. It's the product I always use personally and refer to my clients simply because it works.
If it's your liver that is overloaded with toxins causing a skin rash, try using the Redibeets
whole food supplement powder as an excellent natural liver cleansing tool. Beets are one of the best natural liver cleansers God made that we know of.
I'd also start taking some high quality probiotics on a daily basis. You'll find that they make a very big difference. Florafood
is my favorite. It has combination of different probiotic strains and has an excellent shelf life.
If you have further questions about a parasite rash or anything else, please feel free to ask.To your good health!