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Mange Remedy Okay for People?

Posted by Fleur (New Zealand) on 07/12/2006

Hi, I read about Ted's remedy (for mange). I am trying to find out if the solution he suggests is ok to use on humans. I have alopecia and am convinced mites have a role in it, just like dogs and cats.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Dear Fleur: Yes, you can treat my remedies used for cats and dogs, concerning mange in similar ways you used for treatment of Alopecia, if the possible cause is due to nano-insects and fungus. It must be understood that I don't use the mineral oil, vaseline, and pine sol as recommended by other contributors. All my remedies I designed are done in such a way that it is safe for both humans, cats and dogs. The reason why tea tree + lavender is not given to animals is simple: it is rather expensive and does not stop re-infection. Humans are generally more sanitary than animals, with possible exception of cats, of course.

For humans the one tiny differences is that I would prefer you to use sodium perborate monohydrate (if you can find it), if not then saturated borax solution + H2O2 at 1% concentration after mixing, the apply to area in question, but do not rinse, and keep it overnight. Of course tea tree oil + lavender works in many cases too, however, you need to use it overnight also.

The same is true when you have Morgellons disease (insects under your skin), which worked also. Unless if autoimmune is at issue, my findings were that autoimmune just don't happen because your body is attacking itself, I found quite often it is mycoplasma which just invade the cells, which is why I always use tea tree oil and lavender. Taking plenty of selenium supplements and garlic oil usually as an addition helps too. If hormonal imbalance is at issue, usually a simple way is just taking DHEA (I prefer a conservative 12.5 mg) plus some licorice extract, taken no longer than 1 week period. It is important to always take vitamin b complex as sometimes associated hair loss are deficiency related also.