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SCABIES

Scabies is a contagious condition of the skin that affects an estimated 300 million worldwide each year. A very small, eight-legged mite called Sarcoptes scabiei causes it. The existence of the mite within the skin results in extreme itching in the area where it lives.

Because scabies is extremely contagious, medical professionals often recommend treatment for anyone living in the same household or who risk contact with an infected person.

Typical signs & symptoms of scabies include:

- Severe Itching

- Tiny Blisters or Bumps on the Skin

- Pencil-Like Marks in Folds of the Skin

The mite that causes scabies in humans is so tiny that it is nearly impossible to see without a magnifying glass. The female mite lives beneath the skin and it produces a tunnel where it leaves eggs that mature in 21 days. Then, the new mites eventually appear on the surface of the skin, which is where they can spread to other areas the body or on other people. The body then has an allergic reaction to the mites, their eggs and their waste, which is why the extreme itching occurs.

Close physical contact and even sharing clothing or bedding with an infected person in some cases can spread the mites.

Dogs, cats and humans are all affected by a different species of mite and each species prefers one specific type of host and won’t live anywhere else. Therefore, a person with the animal scabies mite may have a temporary skin reaction but are unlikely to develop a full-blown reaction unless they come into contact with the human scabies mite.

It can take weeks or even months for initial symptoms of scabies to surface. Therefore, contracting the disease is pretty likely, as a person infected won’t even realize it for quite some time. Once a person is diagnosed, getting rid of the mite is the most critical factor in eliminating the disease. Every single person who has come within close contact with the infected person should be treated whether they are experiencing symptoms or not.

Treating scabies naturally includes following the regimen outlined below and supplementing with:

Garlic (2 capsules 3 times daily) - Has antiparasitic and antibiotic properties.

Primrose Oil (1,000 mg 3 times daily) - Helps heal most skin disorders.

Vitamin A (25,000 IU daily for 3 months, then reduce to 15,000 IU daily) - Necessary for healing and for reconstructing new skin tissue.

Kelp (1,000 - 1,500 mg daily) - Supplies balanced minerals.

Zinc (50 mg daily) - Helps repair tissues and enhances immune response.

Colloidal Silver (Apply topically as directed on label) - Prevents secondary infection.

Vitamin E (600 IU daily) - Promotes healing.

Aloe Vera is an excellent choice because it helps soothe and heal the skin.

Tea Tree Oil and Golden Seal fight infection when used topically.

Black Walnut and Wormwood fight parasitic infections.

Comfrey and Calendula salve soothes itch and irritation.

Eating plenty of foods high in zinc such as soybeans, sunflower seeds, wheat bran, whole grain products & yeast will promote healing.

Avoid fried foods, alcohol & animal products.

Be sure to thoroughly wash all clothing and/or anything that an infected person may have come in contact with.

 

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