Springtails and fungus and bugspray and smelly blood
Springtails, subcutaneous fungal infection, blood that smells like sewage, bug spray to the rescue, and what is hiding in your coffee maker that may be making and keeping you sick
Date: 9/19/2013 7:28:51 PM ( 8 y ) ... viewed 1547 times
Before I get into this, am going to say that I KNOW this was not the best way health wise for me to go about this, but I was THERE at that point, the point of desperation to do something to feel better, to stop this merry go round I am on. I do not recommend this for anyone as the side effects really, really are BAD! I found however that it WORKS!
Springtails, I pulled about ten out of my right wrist would that has been there for awhile-apparently they were under the mites that were there and were leaving quickly because of the scabieskiller that I just started using. There was ALOT of blood, from wrist to elbow and it was very thick. One thing I noticed was that my blood smells EXTREMELY BAD! I know what blood smells like, and this smelled like sewage. I knew this was an very bad sign and I was going to have to do something fast! Strange thing as well was going on as I was getting these out-my other areas where I had bad sores-started to flutter or move just a bit as if agitated by my removal of these springtails! It was if they were COMMUNICATING! This doesn't normally happen-just that they randomly all "flutter" at the same time. The springtails were removed in stages, not all at once and it happened EVERYTIME I DID IT! The other thing was that during the night several things had bored there way into my forehead and into my scalp. I got some of it out, hurt like hell, let me tell you! Crying and desperate, I grabbed the bug spray-and sprayed it on my wounds, yes, some of them open and my legs. Within five minutes a tiny ant-like insect came out of my leg and was trying to get away. Then it happened again on my other leg. Then nothing. More spray-including my scalp. Then, besides the fact that I started to get a little dizzy and feel light headed, an AMAZING THING HAPPENED! Those things that were inside started to slowly come out! Places I had sores before that I THOUGHT were healed??? They started to change color and things were coming out of there! My scalp? It started giving up what was hiding in it causing me such misery and hair loss! More from my right wrist came out. This took awhile, this didn't happen in the first five minutes or even ten. Bug spray is a topical thing, like taking topical medication and it takes awhile for your skin to absorb it and reach where they are. I was cleaning out the bugs as they were making there way to the surface of my skin and while happy this was happening, did not feel very well. I did notice on my right wrist, there is a large white area in my skin which i believe to be some kind of FUNGUS (which is what I have suspected for awhile now) I believe that (just as I have told the my doc, and the E.R. doc, that candida is now systemic and is attracting these fungi loving insects, and they attract other insects-so it is not just ONE THING. It is not just MITES (of several varieties), or SPRINGTAILS, or NEMATOES, or other ANTHROPODS that I haven't been able to identify, it is a MULTI-PARASITE disease that effects the body on EVERY LEVEL! My husband recently cleaned out our coffee pot with bleach, guess what came out? First of all, lots of fungus gnats that couldn't be seen looking into where you put the water and the tube-so it was inside the coffee maker's inner workings! The other thing that came out was FUNGUS! It was SO thick that you could NOT see through the water! So every day, I have been drinking down a fungal cocktail with my coffee, plus anything that the damn fungal gnats added to the mix. I do encourage everyone that drinks coffee to not just use vinegar, because I have ALWAYS done that, but to run some water with bleach in it as well. I am not sure what to do about the fungus in my subcutaneous layers, or about cleaning out my blood - I know that cannot be a good sign at all, and it scares me. So I will be doing some research on that. I have applied the bug spray several times, putting it on very thick, especially in the "nests" of the bugs and I do not feel at all well, it makes me tired and dizzy, but for the first time in a long time, i feel I have some HOPE to end this nightmare.
Once again, let me repeat- I am not recommending that anyone do this, this is just what I did yesterday out of desperation as I felt I was just ready to expedite my death as I couldn't emotionally deal with it anymore.
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