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How to permanently rid yourself of Scabies

by Sean Martu
Diatomaceous Earth

I have a friend who lives oversea’s who was having terrible issues of nightly skin itching. She didn’t tell me how bad it was in that she had only been sleeping a couple of hours a night for the last couple of months because she was waking up all hours of the night scouring her skin. She initially thought it was the mold in her bathroom, but I disagreed because she had no negative symptoms with her lungs.

Finally she went to the doctor and was diagnosed with scabies, personally I only knew of the condition by name and I had no idea what it was. She told me it was a skin mite infection and that she was given a topical cream to apply nightly. But when I did my own research I found out that this condition is not easily overcome, her physician conveniently did not warn her about this.

What is Scabies?

Scabies is a skin infestation caused by a mite known as Sarcoptes scabiei. If left untreated, these microscopic mites can live on your skin for months or years. Like a scene out of a horror movie they reproduce on the surface of your skin and then burrow into the upper layer of your skin and lay eggs. This causes an itchy, red rash to form on the skin.

While it’s a highly contagious condition that can easily be passed from one person to another through direct skin contact, or by infested clothing or bedding scabies but cannot be transmitted sexually. Scabies does not spread from animals to humans, but the human mites may infest pets like dogs and cats and cause itching. The human mites do not multiply on pets and quickly die.

The mite only lives for 2 to 3 days away from human skin. The mites that only affect pets is called sarcoptic mange, or dog or pet scabies, although they may cause itching on humans, they do not multiply on humans and soon die.

How is it treated?

Scabies can “usually” be eliminated effectively, although many people have had great difficulty ridding themselves of scabies with prescription medicine. Treatment often consists of topical medications that apparently kill scabies mites and their eggs. Since scabies is so contagious, doctors will usually recommend treatment for an entire group of people who are in frequent contact with a person who has scabies.

What I did do defeat Scabies!

Well, the topical medicine prescribed to my friend didn’t work. At the very least it somewhat reduced symptoms, but it didn’t eradicate the mites at all. After doing some research I found a video where this girl claimed to have cured herself of scabies within a week using Diatomaceous  Earth(DE), but she didn’t specify how she applied it.

Freshwater food grade Diatomaceous Earth(DE) has incredible life-changing properties. I’ve made quite a few videos on Youtube on it, I definitely suggest watching my playlist here.

There are different grades of Freshwater food grade Diatomaceous Earth(DE), the highest grade is white all the way through, the inferior quality is brownish being contaminated with iron and excess clay. I cannot vouch for inferior grade DE to rid yourself of scabies.

My friend being overseas luckily was able to procure high-grade Freshwater food grade Diatomaceous Earth. At first, we decided to wet apply the DE by making a light paste with water and rubbing it all over the body before she went to bed. This method had no effect, nor did it reduce symptoms in any way.

So then I told her to dry rub the DE all over her body from under her nails, hands, someone applied it to her back, basically, her whole body was covered from the neck down. Voila, that was the first night she felt some relief. Eventually, after nightly and daily applications all the itching stopped except for the hands, but after a couple of more applications, it was permanently gone. I told her to continue to apply the DE for at least another 3 days just to be sure.

Why does Diatomaceous Earth kill Scabies?

DE typically is taken internally to kill internal parasites, worms and candida. High-Grade freshwater DE is composed of very hard abrasive microscopic cylindrical diatoms that possess a negative charge. This, in turn, attracts the diatoms to attach to the exoskeletons of minute creatures cutting them up while also dehydrating them to death, as DE is very dehydrative.

You can purchase high-grade Freshwater Diatomaceous Earth 12oz bag from my website here or for a 16oz bag click here.

 

Necessary internet disclaimer: All information and resources found on Nothingsincurable.com are based on the opinions of the author unless otherwise noted. I am not a doctor nor do I have any medical training, all information is intended to motivate readers to make their own nutrition and health decisions after consulting with their health care provider. The author of this site encourages you to consult a doctor before making any health changes, especially any changes related to a specific diagnosis or condition.

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