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Re: Kil worm under skin
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Re: Kil worm under skin

i'VE had red threadworms (stronglyoides from horses) in my lymphatic system for over a year now. They went there when my pulmonologist prescribed steroids for wheezing. Turned out it was parasitic white worms cycling through my lungs. Physician dumped me asap and thanks to CZ i was able to sort it out myself. I tried everything I could get after extensive research. Was able to rid myself of white worms (hook?) and Ascaris but these threadworms are impossible. In Feb, I started a 21-day cycle of Doxy followed by a dose of DEC. This actually worked. NO symptoms, no crawlers, everything healed, nothing unusual in the toilet until now.

This last week (new moon to boot) I have begun to feel some crawlers again AND read a new research article about how American drs MUST begin to treat these parasitic infections and STOP recommending/prescribing a few day's dosages of IVM and ALB because they do not work. This condition must be viewed as a chronic condition. So, maintenance is going to be VERY important.

Along with the crawlers, my throat has begun hurting again and my lymph nodes under my jaw are swelling up again. So began gargling with saline, Fen Ben etc. Small help. However 2 days ago, glass in bathroom disappeared and I just grabbed the bottle of Colloidal Silver and swigged and gargled. WOW, Spit was actually red with threadworms of all sizes: infants, juveniles and longer females with gloppy stuff attached (birthing). Figured I had a nest where my tonsils were removed several years ago. These worms seem to like to nest in areas of injury. So, no matter how many times I gargled with the silver, I returned a bunch of red stuff. Only today, they are fewer and darker (some black) and I figured they were dead.

So, since colloidial silver is safe for ingestion, eyes, sinuses etc, pour some directly into the wound.

I am planning a 21-day cycle of Doxy every 3-4 months from now on. Difficult because extreme photosensitivity to sunshine and am headed off camping with Doxy on board. What choice do we have?

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