How Do I Treat White Aireborne Parasites?

by A.F.
(Albuquerque, New Mexico)

I am being bitten by a white aireborne parasite. The parasites appear to be dust like - small white round specks in the air as well as threadlike pieces. I believe the larvae is golden brown, crusty, dense, bumpy and somewhat in the shape of contorted "C". Chemicals have virtually no affect on them. They seem to become aggressive at dusk/night. Not all members of family are affected by them. They seem to get into fabric - clothing, furniture - possibly that is where they originated from (?).


There are numerous people found on forums that are experiencing the same symptoms. I believe this may be a misdiagnosis of Morgellan's Disease - an imagined or paranoid response. These parasites are real.

I have microscopic images - the eggs appear to be opaque in color with a black circle (or two) in center. I believe there is also a bluish image as well. I am awaiting the digital images and can provide.

Please advise if you know anything about these parasites and how to treat and eradicate them.

In sincere appreciation of a speedy response, A.F.

Dear A.F.,

I am sorry to hear that you are dealing with this. I am not familiar with this particular parasite, and since you say chemicals have no effect on them, I do not have an offensive strategy for you. So I did some research, and here is some information I found online at www.essortment.com about dealing with parasites that may help you and others reading this page:

"Removing parasites takes time and patience. There are a number of books available that provide useful information that will help you and your health care provider make wise decisions. Check out "The Essentials of Medical Parasitology" by Thomas J. Brooks, "Animals Parasitic in Man" by Geoffrey Lapage, "Medical Parasitology" by Markell and Voge, and just for fun, consider "Furtive Fauna" by Roger Knutson. On the Web , search for writings by Dr. Ross Anderson, N.D., Dr. Peter Wina, Dr. Frank Nova, and Dr. Hazel Parcels.

One additional way you can keep parasites away is to strengthen your own immune system. Eliminate sugar, saturated fat, junk food, white flour, yeast, alcohol, tobacco and caffeine. Avoid eating meat that is not well done. Educate yourself about proper food handling and storage practices. Drink plenty of pure water and consider a moderate exercise program.

Practice good personal hygiene by washing your hands often with an antibacterial soap. Clean surfaces in your home with a mixture of 1/4 cup liquid laundry detergent (not dishwashing detergent) and 4 tablespoons chlorine bleach per gallon of water. Use rubber gloves and keep the area well ventilated."



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Jul 25, 2011
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Cat's Claw
by: Anonymous

I do believe you are correct in regard to ensuring the immune system is strong. This parasite can be in the same household but not all are affected. I have been using Cat's Claw tincture and also taking a Walnut tincture to kill parasites internally.

I also used lemongrass oil and peppermint oil in shampoos and lotions which also seem to help.

The only way I have found to eliminate the actual eggs and hairlike pieces is to burn them with a lighter - must be cautious, of course. I also burned the larvae and that took some time as it was quite dense.

I have not been able to find anyone that can identify these however, there are a number of forums in which people discuss this parasite. I think it is often being misdiagnosed as Morgellan's Disease but this has not been confirmed.

What resources do you know of in which to further explore what these actually are?

Answer:

Thanks for this helpful information. I have updated the page here with resources I found online. I hope anyone suffering from this parasite finds the information helpful.

Best,
Laura

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