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Re: About the hair

Watermellon it must be getting warm there. The weather has cooled a bit here. The last cold front sweetened up the grapefruit, both my trees are loaded. The chicks are as big as Henrita, she has finally decided to hang with them. I lost one to the hawks. I'm thinking of getting more, I must be going crazy.

The garden has been quite the undertaking this year. For some reason nothing wanted to come up and what did, didn't want to grow. The tomatos started out fine but big green worms attacked them(pulled them off by hand, even in gloves yuck). Then it rained to much and the wind blew to much so the tomato plants protested by not setting any fruit. At last conditions were right the tomatos started setting fruit and seeds are coming up all over. By all over I mean all around the garden and not where I planted them, many are from last years plants. Looks pretty good now.

My knee has been been bothering me so I have been unable to ride, other than that I am feeling pretty good. I have raised my dose of msm to nine grams a day. The black specks and grains have been pouring out of my face. My arms get tired from rubbing these things out, it still is consuming way to much of my time. Thank goodness the leasions, stinking and itching is gone.


One of the most amazing discoveries on MSM is its anti-parasitic action against Giardia, Trichomonas, roundworms, nematodes, Enterobius and other intestinal worms (5). Animal studies include laboratory mice, determined to have pin worms (Enterobius) by fecal cast examination. They were given commercial food and drinking water, both containing 2% MSM by weight. After 17 days, fecal examination indicated the feces were free of worms and eggs. The blood level of MSM in one animal examined exceeded 30 ppm or mg/kg (3). Human studies include a man with confirmed Giardia lamblia, apparently contacted from contaminated water in a primitive area. He was given 500 mg MSM three times a day for 14 days. By the eighth day he was free of symptoms, and two stool specimens collected one week later were free of the organism (3). In another study, Trichomonas vaginalis was successfully treated by oral dosage of 1 gram MSM a day, and a daily topical application of 5% aqueous MSM for one week (3).

The major antiparasitic property of MSM is probably caused by its ability to bind to the mucosa and present a natural blocking interface between hosts and parasites. It's as though MSM puts down a coating on the mucosa, which parasites find impenetrable and can't cling to. Unable to stick, the parasites are simply flushed out of the body (5, 9). In vitro research has shown the antiparasitic, antifungal and antibacterial action of MSM concentrations. MSM concentrations of 1 mg/mL and less demonstrated no significant inhibition of Giardia lamblia. However, at 20 mg/mL concentrations it was strongly inhibitory, and concentrations above 40 mg/mL promptly killed the organism. According to Dr. Herschler, one can safely administer up to 1-2 gram MSM per kg body weight on a daily basis. One therefore builds a safely tolerated blood level up to 4000 ppm (mg/kg), which level is highly toxic to many infective organisms yet is harmless to the host (3).

A growing number of natural physicians are expressing concerns about parasites. It is becoming increasingly clear that they can be a continuous source of poisoning which can spread throughout the body and affect the immune system. It is an intriguing thought that MSM maybe nature's original means of protecting us against parasites.

I have begun making my own morgie face cream, and it works better than the stuff I've paid high dollar for. I took beaded bees wax melted it(useing a veggie steamer), added olive oil, coconut oil, tea tree oil, iodine, castor oil, buttermilk, honey, and oregano oil, next time I'll add more, lol. The bees wax turns it into a cream. I look so much better, my eyebrows are growing back. I'm still doing the extra Bs, B2 I read on the usp forum keeps bugs from biting, I've noticed that I'm not bitten as much these days. Cutting out Sugar may be a reason as well. Still eatting alot of herbs, cod liver oil and a sorbic acid by the grams. Bought a round of foot detox pads, the first time I used them I noticed they were not nearly as toxic as they were when I used them a while back, looking forward to getting rid of as many toxins as possible.

Speaking of toxins plenty of chem trails here today. I am still meditating on smart dust. Tell me more. Thanks for all your support, couldn't of done it without you. Your Southern Tao Babtist Friend Anna Banana

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