Wow, I can't stop saying Wow. I was just looking online to see if I could find out anything about the internal ones, and started reading messages at a forum. A lady was talking about her whole family getting the problem while her husband worked at a waste disposal site. The site had brought in a nematode(?) to help digest the waste. All workers were infected and some died. Anyway, further down, it mentioned that her husband said the plant owner used to always say "Don't mess with the pH."
Since each barrel of these things cost $10,000, he was very concerned about losing them, and pH variation kills them. Unfortunately, the pH that kills them wasn't mentioned.
As for irony and coffee, I can't tell you how many years I tried to get my husband to stop drinking coffee. I am lucky that he didn't torture me over my starting! (He does drink a little too much, and then doesn't eat, so he gets low blood Sugar and the accompanying bad mood.)
That's so incredible that you crave white bread, too. Even though the acidic nature of it makes us feel better, do you think it's possible that the starch feeds the "live" part of the parasite? I don't know. But maybe your adding the garlic resolves that issue? I will try it. Garlic bread! The delcious cure for Morgellons. It tastes a lot better than Grapefruit Seed Extract, si?
Do you know any websites that are good for reading about it going internal? I am tired and unfocused today, and am having a hard time going through so many choices that are provided about Morgellons.
Please run through your mind, if you don't mind, what Ted from biologicalterrain said about putting your body through the acid/alkaline sequence. The first doctor that I went to after coming down with chronic fatigue was an allergist, and he would alleviate an allergic symptom by first taking citric acid and then sodium bicarbonate...acid to alkaline. I am wondering if that would do anything for this situtation, what order it should be done in, and also what the best medium to use. Liquids obviously work the fastest. citric acid and sodium bicarb are preservative type solutions, so I think they may be counterproductive as is H2O2.
Have to go, talk to you later. Thanks for asking me to stay. It may seem like a small thing, but I have been called a nut at one forum and at another someone told me what I said wa hogwash!