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Cheryl

6/10/2018
1:18:38 PM

Hey Julia,

When you say that you herxed at 10 drops, that is 5 drops twice a day, right?

I am really sorry to hear that you have been feeling so bad and hope that you are starting to feel a little bit better.

I am also very sorry that you have Morgellons in your ears. I fight it in my ears, so I know what a trial that is.

The best thing I have found for crawling on my face is Maximum Strength Desitin (found in the baby department at WalMart or the drug store).

If I put some of that on my face, it calms down any crawling sensations. It has to be the Maximum Strength though, containing 40% zinc.

I agree that this disease can be very restricting. I hope that you have something that you enjoy doing that can take your mind off of it, even for a little while each day.

If you like fruit, you might be able to tolerate some strawberries, blueberries, green apples.

Thank you for posting the Chinese saying. It is an interesting saying.

Even when you feel like you have had a setback, as with the herx, remember that it is a temporary thing.

Be encouraged. You have already started your journey to regaining your health.

Cheryl
Julia

6/7/2018
11:35:14 PM
Always remember, everybody's body is different, slow and steady


I've been using a salt scrub in the shower after the sulfur soap and it seems to work well for my skin.

I recently made my own with regular table salt:

1 cup non ionized salt
1/2 cup liquid coconut oil
5-7 drops peppermint and eucalyptus essential oil
adding them in that order and stirring together

Gently massage into skin then shower off.


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