Remedy: Enzymes (digestive)
Digestive enzymes, types of enzymes, benefits, uses, food sources, supplements.
Comment posted by Susan of East Granby , Connecticut, USA on 14 November 2021 at 12:0 5319
I’ve been suffering since September 2019 with a large bird nest over my kitchen window they crawled through the air conditioner in my window. I was overwhelmed by what seemed like hundreds of them crawling on my legs up to my knees then all at once they started to bite at the same time. It was a complete nightmare. Only one bug inspector knew what it was after seeing 3 other inspectors. I lived in hotels for over a year. My apartment was completely infested with them, clothing, under all the carpets. I also had to get rid of a car due to them in the car. They are so microscopic until they’ve had a blood meal, either humans or birds then they turn black, still the size of a ball point pen tip.
I’ve just begun to use MSM and have noticed a slight improvement. Also I spray hypochlorous acid on everything including my skin and clothing, purchased online. It smells like bleach. I also just started to drink food grade diatomaceous earth twice a day. I am also using an enzyme cleaner. I’ve just taken Ivermectin 3 weeks straight. I’ve heard about an injection called Stromectol and waiting to hear from my Dr if I can get this injection once a month for 3 months.
Only a few people have heard about these mites. Most doctors cannot help, but only one dermatologist understands and is trying to help me. It can drive you crazy, hot humid days, rainy days are the worst. I’m going to get the limes and lemon as suggested on this site. It’s costing so much money to get rid of these things. Best to all of you.
Comment posted by Paulette of Florence, Colorado, United States on 28 August 2021 at 2:4 5311
If you are still struggling with scabies mites I had them for nearly 8 years and ran across comments claiming Kleen Green Natural Genesis makes it gets rid of them. I've been mixing the concentrate with water 1 part enzyme concentrate to 7 parts water and spraying myself 3 times a day. After a week I'm down to just a few biting during the day. I target where the biting is happening. It takes a couple days to get rid of them under your skin, but it's working really well. I am also sprinkling Borax on my mattress every day and letting it sit for awhile before vacuuming it up. Putting sheets and pillows in the dryer for an hour each day is keeping them from returning.
Reply from David Niven Miller:
Please read the Grow Youthful web pages on mites, and mite transmission. They can only live for a couple of hours in dry bedding and furniture so vacuuming and cleaning is not necessary for demodex mites.
Comment posted by D. Stewart of Beauly, Highland, UK on 14 January 2016 at 19:24 3829
I self-diagnosed as having demodex mites about six weeks ago. For three months my complexion had been deteriorating, with deep, never healing spots on my chin and around my nose. Prior to this outbreak, my dog had contracted some kind of mite and had a very red raw expansive rash which I treated using an enzyme dog shampoo, available online. The mites are destroyed by the enzymes in the shampoo - they weaken the shell of the mite and cause it to die. My dog's treatment took four weeks to clear it completely. However, as I mentioned before, I found myself suffering with pimples that never healed not longer after my dog was infected. I did not have a rash like him he also had several deep, infected spots, but I don't lick and chew my spots either! I contacted enzyme supplier who assured me my mites could be eradicated just as my dog's had by using this shampoo. I followed their instructions which they will give you should you buy their product, and for five weeks I have been using it and I feel there is some success! The process is very long and time consuming, entailing me washing my face six times a day with the shampoo, spraying my body and hair, spraying pillows, etc., but I now have only two very small spots. It seems that over time the shampoo dries the spots and makes it an uninhabitable place for the mites. However, unlike TTO, the shampoo does not dry out the uninfected areas, so my skin is not in a bad state at all. However, for the past week, because the spots had cleared, my regime slipped, and last night I felt for the first time in a month the crawling sensation, and a small spot has formed. So, I will be back to washing and spraying six times a day. From what I have read it is best to treat these little monsters for 90 days. They can never be totally eradicated because they live on us naturally, but when our immune systems are down they can take hold and get the better of us. I am also boosting my diet with folic acid, Vitamin D, and Chlorella. I was previously diagnosed anaemic, so I know my system was compromised. Good luck to anyone suffering and fighting these things.