Papercut lines in skin - Signs of a Red Worm Infection?
The Red Worm Family have something in common, Smaller stages of the parasite
life cycle can display unusual behavior. Especially if you are treating for parasites, the smallest stages before they die, can go a bit nuts. Nematodes can have many stages from egg, microfilarial, filarial, juvenile larval, dormant cyst, adult, larval, Cyst, malted senior adult. Each species can have unique life cycle stages, or paths to multiple life cycles within a single species infection.
During treatment of Schistosoma, worms can fly out of body, leaving a small dot of blood behind. These are a Flat blood fluke worm. (different family from REDS)
Lines of blood, or paper cuts are almost always from a blood worm (REDS). Keep in mind these terms are greatly abused. I learned these terms from work done in the early 1900's and late 1890's. I think they help keep the subject clear and simple.
Let me explain my view:
During treatment of REDS, Papercuts, Lines, Migrans, and other visual clues can appear for a short period of time.
In a hyper infection, the visual symptoms may be more pronounced.
You may have no idea you have the infection, or are severely hyper-infected, until it is very late in the infection.
are stealthy, especially REDS.
Since worms have several stages, each species may present a stage that has unusual behaviors.
Some of these can be visual indicators, of an infection.
Mostly people never see evidence of parasites, only in rare situations, or when a GI kill is performed, and certain species are present.
If you don't have an infection, there is usually no reaction to a med.
If you do have an infection, one has a reaction to the med.
Challenge tests provide a means of identifying families, and sometimes actual species of an infection, depending on the evidence.
To address a RED worm infection, depending on species, they will react to one, most, or several meds, if they are conventional or not resistant.
Conventional worms are nematodes that evolved on land, in animals. Non-conventional or Prehistoric parasites
evolved in an environment where their DNA does not react to conventional parasite
medications. Mostly resistant RED worm parasites
only respond to organic oils or lipids. Resistant RED worms may have multiple life cycle paths, that make them difficult to cure. Resistant RED worm species may have been overdosed antiparasitics throughout the decades, or are just plain resistant to treatments developed using today's knowledge.
RED Worms have several things in common:
3 layers of skin, tough to penetrate and cure.
Nitric Acid glands in the mouth that can burn through tissue. The Anal glands may release a healing secretion.
They can move fast
They range from 40 uM to 6 inches.
They leave a cellulose plastic behind, very tough stuff
They can burn the skin
They usually love calcium, Bones, Teeth, Joints, where they can excrete Nitrogen Based Acids, Mate, Multiply, Hide from the immune system.
Skin itch is extreme during a cycle.
They are attracted to skin chemical substances, and can alter skin pigments, create dark patches.
RED worms can be effected by Nicotine or Choline.
Hair loss is common.
Typical Challenge test meds include:
This is a structured test, to determine reaction. Preparation is required.
In General: RED worm infections:
They are calmed by Pyrantel.
They are saturated or paralyzed by Levamisole.
Can be slowed by oregano or thyme.
Some resistant species are effected by oxibendazole, or MOP. (Oxibendazole is typically a white worm med.)
Pyrantel stops skin itch very quickly. Usually in 30 minutes or less.
Flax Seed oil calms them down, slows them down, suppresses the life cycle of RED worms.
Ivermectin kills eggs of conventional RED worms
FenBen slowly works on conventional species, to impair digestion in the Worm Gut.
OXFen works more aggressively on conventional species. The extra Sulfur Molecule is attracted to nitrogen, bringing the medication to the worm.
To confirm your infection is a red worm family member Try this: Take 4 Flax Seed oil Caps 1000mg, Swanson's, AM/PM
If you have a reaction to the flax seed oil, you probably do not need to proceed further, you have your answer.
If you do not have a reaction to flax seed oil, and the lines stop, you probably have your answer.
The species could be any red worm.
The exact identification takes work, observations, symptoms and reactions to individual meds, and other factors.
Tests are mostly useless, unless you get lucky.
The exact formulation of a cure is a more complex subject.
Try verifying that either Flax Seed oil routine, or a low dose Pyrantel dose routine makes the lines disappear.
Pyrantel starts having a systemic calming effect around 4 to 5mg/kg/D.
Then you need to take on the process of identifying and curing the infection.