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Re: massage the morgellons out by been there done that ..... Morgellons Disease Forum

Date:   1/20/2007 7:55:10 AM ( 16 years ago ago)
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I don't have Morgellon's, I'm just curious about it. I read the post about H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) and the detox. There is a Magnetic Clay Bath forum here for detox and a forum for Foot Pads detox. There is a product called Manuka Honey being used for MRSA (methycillin resistant staph. aureus) that has H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) in it and is also good for digestion problems. Maybe the internal use of H2o2 is better to clean the blood. "Biofilms" or e. coli in agricultural areas with water might also contribute to skin problems.




http://www.manukahoneyusa.com/BurnsWoundsUlcersSores.htm


http://www.manukahoneyusa.com/ActiveManukaHoney.htm


http://www.water-research.net/Watershed/ecoli.htm




This was taken from the third website.


The presence of fecal coliform bacteria in aquatic environments indicates that the water has been contaminated with the fecal material of man or other animals. Fecal coliform bacteria can enter rivers through direct discharge of waste from mammals and birds, from agricultural and storm runoff, and from untreated human sewage. Individual home septic tanks can become overloaded during the rainy season and allow untreated human wastes to flow into drainage ditches and nearby waters. Agricultural practices such as allowing animal wastes to wash into nearby streams during the rainy season, spreading manure and fertilizer on fields during rainy periods, and allowing livestock watering in streams can all contribute fecal coliform contamination.
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