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Re: Itchy skin with no rash, Crawling and Biting Sensations
 
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Re: Itchy skin with no rash, Crawling and Biting Sensations


I had this deep down to the nerves type of itching and burning, stinging like bugs were biting and crawling all over me it was insane. Almost a tingling sensation


Went to the store the clerk told me to try AQUAPHOR this worked amazing. It worked so fast to stop the stinging, burning crawly bugs biting feeling disappeared . But as soon I would stop using it, the problem would be back. There was NO way I was going to have this stuff on my skin all the time I knew it was going into my body, it bought me time to figure out the cause


Here is what worked for me this is a simple fast natural cure to stop itching ,stinging, crawling sensation.

Take HIGH doses of Vitamin C the best kind of vitamin C is Lypospheric C it is in own league it is equivalent to vitamin C IV's.
We had Ester C which is cheaper and works well I would just put like 9 or 10 tablets in half cup of water and put it in the blender and just drink it down fast doesn't taste so great not a big deal. I did this three or four times a day High doses Vitamin C

Itching stopped time to gather my sanity to figure out cause .



Here are some ideas:
If you have rash get it biopsied by the dermatologist have it sent straight to the lab.


My ND said it could be liver toxicity, hormones? thyroid, heavy metal toxicity, food allergies , parasites, mold, dryer sheets, detergents, shampoos, clothing fibers, or it could be caused by emotions.

If it is your thyroid and you have hypothyroidism to raise body temperature get a near infra-red light and lay underneath it for like 15 or 20 minutes of course the brain likes it cool so avoid shining it on your head. Or just hit the sauna every day, this Increases body temperature may kill whatever is causing the issue.


Take a bath in FINE Mediterranean Sea Salt
Sea Salt bath seemed to really help add couple drops of eucaplyptus oil and lavender oil put a a few drops into a bath to take the edge off of itching

 

 
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