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Re: What are these?
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Published: 16 years ago
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Re: What are these?

Hello esme90,

I don't know if what I have could be flukes. Flukes are known and none of the pictures I've seen of them resemble what I see come out of my skin. What I have is systemic like the fluke. So, I will research flukes and try "fluke remedies" if there are any.

I'm glad to hear that you had good results with Neem. I will try that also.

I did use Clarkia for the other parasite that I have living in my digestive track. This one is about the size of a pin head, white to cream to brown colored. It bites. It exits on its own or smaller ones in flatus and then embeds into skin. They will also embed into the eyeball.

The Clarkia did seem to work, but after the 2 week regimen, the things came back. I've been using other forms of Wormwood , green hull Black-Walnut , and cloves. Really, with no success. I also had some improvement using pumpkin seeds and castor oil. But, could not keep it up.

I also had Morgellons signs and symptoms that have improved greatly with the use of mineral salt and vitamin C.

I really appreciate your taking time to help me with your busy schedule and infection of your own. Truth be known, I'm about to give up.

My fondest wish lately is to see all of those bogus doctors, that are betraying the public trust, propagating these maladys, defaming and turning people out to suffer, be held criminally responsible and sentenced to at least 20 years in prison for each patient they've destroyed with their ignorance, laziness, and hubris. There is no excuse.

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