A Natural Way To Get Rid Of Scabies And The EggsHello my name is Christopher and I’ve been working with parasites for many years in the work that I do. About a month ago I contracted a very ambicious parasite called scabies. These invisible creatures mean no harm to us. They are just doing what that know how to do
best and that is to survive. That is all they want. We are the perfect host for them and their offspring. My life was turned upside down for almost a month as I investigated various methods to eliminate these rascals. I decided after what I learned that I was not interested in the chemicals that were offered because I am concerned about the effects on the nervous system.
This is the key to success. You have to kill the eggs. If you don’t, they will be back again and again and this could last for months and months.
By accident I discovered a way to kill the eggs. I was bathing in a nice tub of hot water in a hotel and I had left my bottle of cayenne pepper on the bathroom sink where I mix the herb with water to drink...just a way to help the body cleanse. I noticed a brand new red infection of scabies on the top muscle of my elbow and thought it would be a worthwhile test. So I sprinkled some cayenne pepper on my wet skin over the infected area and made a paste. I let it sit there and felt it start to get hot. After it got too uncomfortable, I washed off the cayenne pepper with cold water and the burning effect slowly went away. Afterwords, I noticed that my arm was different. The infected area calmed down and the eggs never hatched. It seems to me that the acid in the cayenne pepper dissolves the scabie eggs. Over the past week I have been using the cayenne pepper successfully to get rid of the scabies and the eggs. From time to time I get reinfected because I become careless about the clothes that I wear. I now feel that I am completely free of those scabies. I will continue to take showers two to three times a day and apply the cayenne pepper all over my wet body and let it start to burn. Here is the process and your finest tools.
1. A jar of cayenne pepper
2. A good hot steam iron
This is all you need.
Iron your bed sheets right on the bed. If you have blankets steam iron those too. Try to sleep with thin blankets to be sure that the iron kills the little buggers.
After you wash your clothes be sure to iron them with lots of steam.
If I find an infected bite, I wet that area and sprinked a little cayenne pepper and make a paste right on the skin and let it sit until it gets hot, then I wash it off. Like magic the scabie and eggs go away.
Other than this I take a shower and wash my hair. I turn off the shower and while I am still standing in the shower i sprinkle the cayenne pepper on a 24 inch towel by 6 inches which I fold so that it is 24 by 3 and use this to apply the cayenne pepper on my back. I don’t want my partner to get infected so I don’t get her involved. I then sprinkle cayenne pepper in my wet hands...make a paste and put it on other parts of my body until my complete body is covered. Be sure to use it sparingly because it can get very very hot. Wait as long as you can allowing the acid to kill the eggs and then rinse off with COLD water. Hot water makes the cayenne pepper hotter. Cold water helps cool things down until you stop running the water and things warm up again for about 20 minutes. You want to be able to have a good experience...
So just be careful and start out slowly with the cayenne pepper because it can be painful. I guess the phrase “No pain no gain” may have some significance here. I am not sure how hot it has to get to kill the eggs but my friend said she figures about 5 to 6 minutes of the heat to allow the acid to soak into the skin and dissolve the eggs. This is our illusion anyway.
Good luck and be careful not to over do the cayenne pepper it can get hot.
whereisamerica 56-60 30 Responses 0 Feb 22, 2011