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Re: About these parasitic bacteria
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Re: About these parasitic bacteria

Hi Shroom, I have been out of the loop for a while due to intensive cleaning up of my environment, divorce proceedings, my daughter’s strange infection [which I suspect might be related to morgellons]. However I have still been closely observing and taking note. One thing I have discovered is that I have used some products by accident that helped some of these creatures come to the surface of my skin, definitely damaged. One such product was an herbal cough medicine and when I looked at the list of ingredients, I noticed that citric acid was high on the list which makes sense… citric acid is used to kill at least one stage of this infection when washing your clothes. Another thing that I found out is that when I called this holistic doctor for an appointment, I ended up talking to the nurse who said her daughter was cured of lyme by taking teasel root …so if this infection has a connection to the lyme bacteria, then perhaps that might be a good thing to add to the list of arsenal. More observations I thought you might find interesting is that after scrubbing and scrubbing and then, scrubbing the floors, I wiped up still more of the hair/fiber entanglements but it also had the crystal form on the tape that I used to pick it up with, which I had never seen before. This might support your theory that these crystals are a form of survival technique used by the organism. I wrote on the below subject in another post a while back but thought due to your experiments with e-coli, that I would share this excerpt from my microbiology book...I scanned the article and have it in jpeg but can't seem to paste it in this post. If you are interested, I can email it to you but I am sure others would be interested in it as well. The article discusses an experiment that was going on and we briefly talked about this in microbiology class. I remember posing all sorts of questions to the professor, being slightly alarmed with this experiment that was going on unbeknownst to all of us, but was also intrigued that the DNA of e-coli could be extracted and used as a mini manufacturing plant to make textile fibers…this is what I immediately thought of when I first learned I had morgellon’s and now feel that I was really meant to take that microbiology class. I still can’t stop thinking about the fact that this was sold to the textile industry to make garments…now possibly contaminated garments, which along with the technology which is probably sold world wide at this point. Who knows, maybe this is also being used to produce paper and cotton products which we so often see contaminated now. I really believe that this is at least a piece of the puzzle. But this still doesn’t explain why I have also noticed fibers in my coffee grinds…just bought and opened from the store…and so many other such unknowns. Have you looked at different food products? And finally, I wondered if you got any information about the frequency of zapping that one should use? Have you tried this? For some odd reason, I never found the below site when searching for research on morgellon’s but here are some very informative links and you might especially be interested in the last two biology links. P. S. Also I can’t find your photos in the intestinal parasite folder…do you have a link?

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