Hello, sorry to break in, but I'm mainly interested in Morgellons as a phenomenon. I'm amazed at how doctors can actually SEE the skin afflictions that are so completely obvious and have the inhuman gaul to say that it is all in a person's mind, and then they have been doing this for years to patients all over the world. Anyway, I'm interested in how it's being dealt with in other countries also (there doesn't seem to be any official acknowledgement of it). The Center For Disease Control is being petitioned (so they will be ORDERED to investigate Morgellons) because they have been ignoring Morgellons.
I noticed your mention of soap and I remembered that FELS NAPTHA was suggested to be helpful when applied to the skin for poison oak (I don't know if that involves open sores). I also recently heard about DIATOMACEOUS EARTH being used against household insects and that it has also been used for deworming animals and humans. I have heard different stories about applications and claims that it is completely safe, but have not yet found any instances of internal use in humans. It is smooth to the skin, but is said to be effective because it has VERY SMALL sharp edges that cut into an insects exoskeleton (could VERY SMALL be useful with NANO?). There is a warning not to let diatomaceous earth powder get into streams because it will kill fish, yet is is used as an insecticide by farmers.
---------------This is an excerpt abvout poison oak from the following site:
How to stop poison oak: "Leaves of three -- leave it be." I learned that in Girl Scouts. But what if you forget to count? No problem-o! I just LOVE this cure. You buy Fels Naphtha laundry soap and wash yourself with it after being exposed. The naphtha in the soap neutralizes the acid in the poison oak. You never even develop a rash! How cool is that? But wait -- It gets even cooler! If you ignore your Aunt Jane's good advice, forget to wash with Fels Naphtha and get poison oak anyway, it's still not too late. Just rub Fels Naphtha over the rashes and they go away like magic. Totally cool!
It has been suggested that nematodes might be a contributing factor to Morgellons. The length of time that Morgellons has been around (who knows for sure) and the areas of geographical infection suggests to me that it is not a "city disease", but also that it might have been inadvertently caused by government experiments years ago and they were somewhat successful in stopping it from spreading (why else would doctors and the CDC not want to acknowledge it? cover-up).