Ailment: Mites (demodex mites)
Remedy: Vinegar - white
Comment posted by LaDees of Moreno Valley, California, USA on 23 November 2017 at 11:0 4842
I have exhausted myself for two or more years. I finally found these posts after almost giving up. It worked it really worked and I got relief from mites! It’s simple and safe for humans, pets and the environment. VINEGAR! You can bath in it and wash your hair with it. You can make your own mixes. I add it to my shampoo, conditioner, body wash. I use it full strength to spray my furniture, walls, well everything! Also take a tablespoon of vinegar and put it on your arm, leg or somewhere else and rub it in as you would lotion and almost right away the mites eggs etc start rolling off your skin! It’s gross!
Comment posted by Miserable of New york, NY, USA on 23 November 2016 at 15:8 4381
I have suffered with this for a year and a half, trying to get different doctors to take me seriously. Many different diagnoses, the main one is rosacea, but they think I'm crazy when I say it is elsewhere on my body. I cover my face and neck with vaseline or other ointment at night. It traps the things that crawl out on your face to mate. I wipe that off in the morning, wash my face with a tea tree oil face wash, then a sulfur based face wash from the dr. I use an eye scrub pad with tea tree oil. When I shower I wash my hair with tea tree oil shampoo first then I use TTO body wash and wash piece by piece. When I dry off I make sure to use different parts of the towel for each body part and make sure every inch is dry. I also take baths with vinegar, borax and epsom salt. At times I will mix white vinegar 1/3 and 2/3 olive oil, put it all over my body and wait about 15-20 minutes, shower and then take the borax and vinegar bath. I have been doing this for about a month and it has paid off. It is important to note that if you take the bath you need to wash your neck and face very well with TTO fade wash, etc. Otherwise the little critters will infest that area severely. It works, but you have to be consistent and not give up.