Things Moving Under Skin

Posted by john h (braintree, ma) on 02/07/2008

this is not about dogs worms, i have things moving in my body big throbs and alot of warm feelings in my legs then i feel little things moving all in my body mostly in my legs, i get headacks, i feel things moving under my scalp, the doctors dont bealeave me they did 2 stool tests, nothing, iv tryed every herb, garlic,blackwalnutwildcrafted,wormwood, ginger, applcidar vin, cloves, redclover, nothing seems to work even tryed salt water bath it helps, some of these help but geting worse.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Dear John: Worms under the skin are common in tropical regions of the world. Removal of the larger ones are easier, but required surgery. Then there is the smaller one, which are impossible or the numbers are very large. The third kind may not be a worm at all but a ringworm, which is a kind of fungus.

The best remedy is to find a remedy that will prevent the eggs from being hatched. Therefore, a mild remedy of borax 1/4 or a stronger one 1/2 teaspoon per one liter of water in borax may be used. However, the dose are generally larger needed to kill them.

For many people I think a lower dose borax will do. The remedy therefore I think is best to start slow, and small dose before graduating to a larger dose once we get used to it. So the inital dose is seen as 1/8 teaspoon of borax per liter of water, then the dose after a week or so rises to 1/4 teaspoon. If the worms show no going away the dose I might up to 1/2 teaspoon of borax per liter of drinking water. This means if I finished the drinking water, I then make another batch of water with the borax again.

When borax is in high amount for a longer than average time, to exceed the lifecycle of the worm, all worms would die from old age and all the new eggs can't be hatched. But this I think needs to be kept up to about a month at least to two months.

As for the ringworm fungus, the remedy is a bit different with the addition of anywhere from 10-30 drops of 3% H2O2 food grade, into the one liter of drinking water with a starting 1/8 borax before building up to 1/4.

Under both a regular small worms, or a ringworm fungus, the eggs are most sensitive whenever borax AND hydrogen peroxide are added to the drinking water, but this remedy is not effective if hydrogen peroxide is used alone. The hydrogen peroxide is merely a penetrant to help borax enter into the eggs thus killing them.

If things are not working as planned, especially during the second week, a topical solution may be prepared such as a solution of borax in hydrogen peroxide of 0.5% to 1% concentration. Applied to the area that is causing the problem with enough frequency to penetrate through the skin to kill them.

In general insects are most sensitive to many aromatherapy oils if applied to the skin, such as tea tree oil. It works by killing off the eggs, not so much as the worms, allowing them to die of old age. Killing a fully matured worms are difficult, but most of the remedy I try to aim for is just to kill the eggs. Hence a tea tree oil may be applied thinly over a wide area on the skin that is LESS SENSITIVE area. A more sensitive area or general application, might ideally be lavender oil. The frequency of application in my opinion is about at least 3 times a day or more. Most worms and many insects are very sensitive to aromatherapy oil and are quite toxic to them, but the idea again is to kill the eggs from reproducing while trying to get the worms to be more intoxicated.

Other supporting remedies that are somewhat less effective, but might be added to increase the strenght includes neem oil be taken once or twice a day. A neem oil works by modifying the hormones of insect to prevent egg laying. Borax does the same job, although much more stronger and can be enhanced with addition of some hydrogen peroxide drops to increase penetration. It works best if taken internally and applied to the skin, but the concentration of borax is different. If I take internally, I may never take more than 1/2 teaspoon of borax per liter, with average dose I do use will always be 1/8 teaspoon borax with at least 10 drops but ideally 30 drops H2O2 3%. But for the topical skin application, I add a saturated borax to the 1% H2O2, or preferably a lower milder dose such as 0.5 to 0.75 as being a safer strenght as it won't cause orange hair, if the concentration is about 0.5%.

If there is any other remedy to help reduce worms, it might be black hull walnut tincture, or artemisia. But my experience has been that borax and hydrogen peroxide are the most effective remedies to prevent worms by killing off their eggs and egg laying, and Neem may be synergistic in this instance. However, I think it is best to begin with a mild remedy before going to a strong one, otherwise the person may not be able to handle the dose and some getting used to requires an initial low dose. If it is working fine, I think to just continue with the low dose, but only if the remedy isn't responding, may I increase from 1/8 teaspoon to 1/4 dose of borax. Certain woman seemed to be more sensitive to borax, and hence 1/8 teaspoon. But for men, I believe they are less sensitive and a higher starting dose at 1/4 teaspoon may be useful. Adding the H2O2 3% is important to find which concentration a person can withstand. However, most can easily handle 10 drops of 3% H2O2 food grade, but if they can handle 20 or 30 drops, then I think a larger dose maybe more effective. Taking it more frequently can add borax more to the system needing to kill the worms.

If there is any other question feel free to ask.

Replied by Kelly Morgellon
Somewhere, Florida

Your doctor needs to send you to Labcorp for a BLOOD test for all types of worms. The stool tests always come back negative.

Replied by Virginia
Henderson, N.c.

It could be restless leg syndrome. I have this but the crawling is only in my legs. Read some of the advice on here about RLS .