Treating and Removing Bumps

Posted by ER on 07/07/2007

Dear Ted, Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful knowledge of how to cure diseases the natural way! I have been using the citric acid and borax for reflux and what a difference it has made. I am now going to try the protocols given for morgellons/lyme disease. I have bugs under my skin. They have broken the veins in my legs and they crawl and bite. I also have some in my head that crawl and leave little open places that sting when I perm my hair. My questions are: 1. should I use food grade hydrogen peroxide to consume internally? 2. How do I get rid of the raised bumps on my skin with the thick covering that will not go away? 3. How can I treat these bumps when on the scalp? My Mom has one in her head and I think it may be contributing to her dementia. I have one on my leg and one on my arm.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

For acid reflux, you mean citric acid and baking soda. The baking soda reduces the body's autoimmunity, increasing the body's bicarbonates to reduce damage to small intestines (which causes leaky gut syndrome), and kills the possibly unknown microbes (causing damage and maybe hiatal hernia).

The baking soda and borax remedy is used for morgellon's/lyme disease. Usually it is the borax that weaken's the bugs. Usually an addition of eating a small amount of orange peel (d-limonene) detoxifies the liver, and kills the bugs that has been my experience, and can be added, however, borax and baking soda remains the key.

'1. should I use food grade hydrogen peroxide to consume internally?

Usually hydrogen peroxide 3% food grade is added at between 3 drops - 12 drops to reduce the chronic fatigue associated with the lyme disease. I am not certain about Morgellon's since those are synthetic superbugs where the components of the bugs studied are HDPE: http://www.dldewey.com/morgel.htm

2. How do I get rid of the raised bumps on my skin with the thick covering that will not go away?

If the bugs are gone, the body is properly alkalized, and avoidance of especially cheese (from pizza, and hamburgers), and high sugar diets, for example, the bumps reduced. Those are caused by toxins, calcium, fungus, bugs, and other debris that the body when in excess of the blood serum, attempts to sweep it under the rug, which in this case happens to be your skin. If the toxins are biochemical in nature, usually those can easily be neutralized with plenty of white distilled vinegar when applied to the skin, which can help some.

3. How can I treat these bumps when on the scalp? My Mom has one in her head and I think it may be contributing to her dementia. I have one on my leg and one on my arm.

It might also be similar Morgellon's (my guess) as it is infectious by nature. So the remedy would be used in the same way. Liver detoxification helps, usually it's clove spices added to food, quite often my favorite is the one tablespoon of granulated powdered lecithin that I have always used.


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