For anyone using baking soda this is what I found out from my practitioner. The problem with using it long term is that most baking sodas have aluminum in it. Which is interesting to me since my tap water grew parasites in two hours from adding hot aluminum cups into soapy lemon joy....hmmmmm...anyway, you can get a form of baking soda free of aluminum at Vitamin Cottage. I'm now in my fourth week of using the PH toner and two weeks into the PH cream, First few weeks were rough, lots of things pushing out of the skin and I did zap for mycoplasma in hopes it would relieve me also had a laser treatment for the immune system and an ionic foot bath. Had to also return to Artemisia & Clove with a 5-Fold Pau' D' Arco Extract my health practitioner gave me. Things are better, discoloration to my skin is fading, lesions not as bad but still have slight surfacing of a few new fibers, lesions are in their scabbed state. To alleviate the lizard-like skin layer, soaked in tub of red wine vinegar, Sea Salt , grapeseed, neem, baking soda, garlic, ginger, cheyenne pepper, zeolite clay and charcoal. Then used a vitamin E cap with grapeseed and a drop each of eucalyptus, peppermint and white camphor. That night I started my liver cleanse again which I'm currently on now. Eating lots of yogurt. Crawling, itching and biting have been reduced greatly. Also use a talc powder with cheyenne pepper and diatomaceous earth on skin/hair at night to sleep better. So far I seem to be doing better this week.
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My health provider told me Arm & Hammer Baking Soda does contain aluminum and not all bicarbonates are pure, if you think Arm & Hammer will say it, we have a lot of hidden things in our products not accounted for. My provider is a good one, I have no doubt she knows what she is talking about. By the way, one of you links are corrupted.
I make it, and if it works I have no problem posting the recipe for anyone else to try it, it's fairly easy for anyone to make. I am still experimenting with it though and if it fails over time there is no point in posting the information. Plus I am using an alkaline PH which you have to be careful with since alkaline used over a long period of time can cause damage to the horny layer of the skin. Until I see what happens over the long term I don't feel I should post things. The last thing I want to do is disappoint another Morgellons sufferer looking for hope, I am one of those too so I know how devistating it is to fail again and again and again...
I like the idea of that bath lol. Just put all the crap that everyone says helps/works into a concoction of death for these critters. Diamataceous earth sounds good on the hair and skin too, where do you find it though? I want to use it on my kitties since it's considered safe for them and they're suffering too. :) Keep us posted
Diatomaceous earth is carried by horse and cattle supply stores, farmers have been using it in their animal feed for years to cut down parasite infection in their animals (cousins are all farmers-grew up bailing hay and mucking out stables as a kid). They also use zappers in the ceilings of their barns- in particular pig barns. It's very cheap, you can buy several pounds for next to nothing and you can use it in laudry, sprinkle it on floors, use it in baths or on your body-if the edible kind you can drink it (taste like dirt though). Even sprinkle it outside around the your house. There are higher more expensive grades of it online. I had a Chinese acupuncturist give me a link to one, but I personally have used the cheaper one and had very good luck with it. Make sure you don't store it in plastic since this is a highly absorbant material. Store it in glass or paper cartons.