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invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.

 
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I replied to one of your posts before because I had the same thing. I found the killer of all parasites known to the human body. Please reply, so I know your still responding to this thread. NO GAMES!
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Yes i'm here.

my temporary email is a1481180@yahoo.com

if you send an email, just drop a note on this thread so i know to check my inbox or i wont get around to it.
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Hello? I have had this problem for 4 years and finally found the cure. You there?
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yes im here!!

if you are the bloke i spoke to via email a few months back you have a real email addy of mine, so use that preferably i check that inbox weekly but will check it daily if im expecting mail.
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im still here, checking my emails still got 0 messages at the moment.

just re-quoting incase you missed it. cheers again, i appreciate it.
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You keep posting the same thing every month,and never take any advice.what do you want to hear,That you've got some kind of
alien superbug......get over it already
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are you for real?? yes i have started a couple of other threads.
i thought it was something else, ie: mites/bugs etc. its not.

i have since learned that its definitely bacterial, related to the cyst that docs could of told me a long time ago instead of stuffing around.

i have spent probably $2000+ on stuff recommended by people on GLP.

if it solved my problem, i wouldnt be asking.
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. . . and whatis causing the "cyst" . . . ? Which came first the chicken or the egg?
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Re: invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.
first -- I can not identify, but just to offer up a few suggestions.

1.) drink vinegar every single day
2.) google lingonberry - internal/topical
3.) google manuka honey - internal/topical
4.) stay the garlic -- day and nite - night and day ... And ONION too, and LEMON juice
4.) drink and drown yourself in aloe vera juice
5.) Tell/COMMAN the wounds to leave "In the name of God Almighty".

of all of the above -- #5 should world best, do it when in shower, do a spiritual cleansing.

Also, try soaking in bath with baking soda and other things that draw toxins out of body.
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OP, have you seen a shrink?
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K, I sent you an email with all the tools you'll need. Your fight is over.
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lemon on it
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Morgellons?
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bumpbumpbumpbumpbumpbump
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Morgellons?
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bumpbumpbumpbumpbumpbump
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bump
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Meth mites
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Meth mites
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you again!! want to see just how real these supposed meth mites are?

lets catch up? once you realize its real, you will run.
you will run home to your shower. trust me its real.

OP, have you seen a shrink?
charlie
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yeh i have seen a few, both voluntarily and forced into it.. it scares the shit out of them, they dont want me around as soon as they realize its a real problem.
they want me out of their office.. they tell me get a new doctor that will take me seriously.
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K, I sent you an email with all the tools you'll need. Your fight is over.
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thanks, im on a mission now. if it works, well i'll be fucking rapt. i seriously wouldn't know what to do if it worked.

appart from throw away all infected belongings,
pack up what few items i can carry and gtfo here before the sun sets.

much appreciated.
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Ok then cupcake, try this on for size. You either have, or have been exposed to a virus which has affected or is irritating the nerve sheath (the sheath which covers nerves) in the affected areas. Happens all the time.
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Ok then cupcake, try this on for size. You either have, or have been exposed to a virus which has affected or is irritating the nerve sheath (the sheath which covers nerves) in the affected areas. Happens all the time.
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OH, and sorry to piss on your weet-bix, but there is no cure. It will either go away eventually on it's own, or sometimes it does not go away at all and people may be stuck with it for years.
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Well, not seeing anything on your scalp from your picture.

The other bites, look maybe like flea bites.

Sorry. Really cant understand why this is pinned?
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Ok then cupcake, try this on for size. You either have, or have been exposed to a virus which has affected or is irritating the nerve sheath (the sheath which covers nerves) in the affected areas. Happens all the time.
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the fuck!?

you have a brain, yet post troll shit..

thanks for the help. :/
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Re: invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.
first -- I can not identify, but just to offer up a few suggestions.

1.) drink vinegar every single day
2.) google lingonberry - internal/topical
3.) google manuka honey - internal/topical
4.) stay the garlic -- day and nite - night and day ... And ONION too, and LEMON juice
4.) drink and drown yourself in aloe vera juice
5.) Tell/COMMAN the wounds to leave "In the name of God Almighty".

of all of the above -- #5 should world best, do it when in shower, do a spiritual cleansing.

Also, try soaking in bath with baking soda and other things that draw toxins out of body.
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Wut ? blink I didnt know this thread was a joke .
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Re: invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.
Does this condition you have flare up and go away after a few days or a week or so...and then come back again?

If so..it is probably internal like you are thinking...where your own body is reacting to nontoxic irritants as if they were toxic...like an allergy...or an imbalance as another poster mentioned.

You can be exposed to an irritant or allergen just one time...and it will set your body off balance and you will continue to get flare ups of hives or itchy small lesions on your skin for many years as your body tries to resolve the imbalance. You will continue to have flare ups even if you are no longer exposed to the initial allergen/toxin.

I have a similar condition...little cysts on the head just as your pic shows. It is miserable. It just started one day...and I had it on and off for 8 years...then it completely cleared up for about 3 years, then returned and I've had it again.

I take a non-drowsy antihistimine called Zyrtec 1 time a day whenever I have flare ups. It doesn't cure it...but It works wonders to relieve the itching and to make the little welps go away. You can also take it preventatively so that you won't get the flare ups. It's available over the counter here in the US. I'm not sure what it is branded as in Oz or if it's available there. It supposedly very safe.


I'm not a doctor....but like you I went to many doctors and finally found a solution that worked for me- on my own.
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Well, not seeing anything on your scalp from your picture.

The other bites, look maybe like flea bites.

Sorry. Really cant understand why this is pinned?
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the bites are are pretty obvious in the pics.

they are zoomed, then the image cropped. its clear as day in the pic's,
but its the size of a pin prick in real life.

it is a bit hard to see the cyst on my scalp but my index finger is pointing at it, sorta covered in hair..
hard to get a focused pic.

as for the pin, i bought it fair and square..
its a conspiracy i tells ya!! (might as well be.. coz many people suffer from this, yet theres no answers.. and if i get the answer, i dont think i will want to help anyone in my position.. i will just disappear)

next.. it beats all the OCCUPY WALLSHIT threads dont it?

and last but not least, i will make up for it with pure content.
if i get my answer from here, GLP will be rewarded.
just for being pinned, i will also post a couple of threads that the mods might like.
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I blame Bush
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"The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries." - Winston Churchill
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K, I sent you an email with all the tools you'll need. Your fight is over.
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thanks, im on a mission now. if it works, well i'll be fucking rapt. i seriously wouldn't know what to do if it worked.

appart from throw away all infected belongings,
pack up what few items i can carry and gtfo here before the sun sets.

much appreciated.
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Yup, I moved 3 times and left my furniture behind (3x's)lol. This is my 3rd time having to rebuild my wardrobe. People wont get it til its bitting them on the ass (pun intended) lol.
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Re: invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.
Does this condition you have flare up and go away after a few days or a week or so...and then come back again?

I have a similar condition...little cysts on the head just as your pic shows. It is miserable. It just started one day...and I had it on and off for 8 years...then it completely cleared up for about 3 years, then returned and I've had it again.

I take a non-drowsy antihistimine called Zyrtec 1 time a day whenever I have flare ups.

I'm not a doctor....but like you I went to many doctors and finally found a solution that worked for me- on my own.
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sorry to edit your post, i like to compact info makes it easier for people to read.

antihystamines do stop me from itching, they dont stop others around me from itching though.

that in itself is enough to prove to the docs (the ones that dont notice they are itching in my presence) its real.
the ones that dont notice i make them itch, always have excuses like 'i have hayfever' 'its because you are talking about it' or 'im always itchy, people always scratch without thinking and i only noticed i did then because you pointed it out' etc etc..

the way you say its similar, makes me think could it be the same?

have you tried antibiotics and/or homeopathic remedys?
if so, let me know what you have tried (even if it doesnt work).

thanks. i really gotta step out for a bit, head out on a mission.

i'll be back.
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thanks for the help. :/
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I'm quite serious about that, it is a sound medical diagnosis. If it is indeed a virus it may be long gone, and thus any tests for such will come back negative, however as stated the adverse effects/damage to the nerves may last for long periods of time afterwards and in extreme cases may even present as permanent.
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I blame Bush
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fuck you.. what did he ever do?
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Dry skin
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dry skin is NOT contagious. thanks anyway..

Did you try this?

[link to www.nizoral.com]

Active ingredient
Ketoconazole 1%

it not a temporary relief crap its a cure.

good luck

yes. i spent 100's of $$$ on nizoral, the 2% cream not the 1% shampoo.

i have also helped many people who genuinely have dry skin and other ecezma and dermo probs.. because i've learned so much about every dermo problem, except my own.. because my prob is obviously internal..

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meth addict in denial of his addiction
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are you retarded or inbred? i cant tell the difference..
go back to school you fucking idiot.

Scabies...gross
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i wish it was that simple. i really do. but its not.

OK logged in now -- I still think fungi/yeast. You mentioned you're in Oz: [link to www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au]

"The Mycology Unit provides a definitive identification service on fungi and yeasts isolated from medical and veterinary clinical specimens. It also performs antifungal drug sensitivity tests on fungi and yeasts, and a serological tests for several systemic fungal infections."
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unfortunately Australia's a bloody big country and im not near adelaide.
the docs i have seen refuse to refer me to any such places,
have even had a couple say 'dont go shopping around, we will get you fixed just trust us!!'

putting my trust in medical professionals has done no good at all.

what is exactly <real medicine> ?
goodluck
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would have to say, antibiotics, as previously stated but no one ever reads the thread, just the last post. thanks, i need a bit of luck the way things are going.

It's bedbugs.. & they dig a bit below the skin to lay their eggs. Check between the edging probably near the top of your mattress, since you said these "cysts" are on your scalp they love dark warm damp places, near your head would serve as a source of food and a convenient place to incubate the babies.. shroom
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no, its not bedbugs. secondly, bedbugs do not lay eggs on your skin. i have put up with bedbugs for 3 years prior to this. they are 100% exterminated. it could possibly be a viral infection that i got from them.. also a shitload of rats/mice around, the bugs could feed on them and pick something up, then giving it to me?? i have no idea, but the docs refuse to accept that as a possibility and as such refuse to test for anything.

why are you so rude to people actually taking a few moments to help any way they can?

sorry you're feeling pain, but really you can be a little less patronizing. just ignore the posts if you like, maybe someone else would like to read them.

also, why ask for medical help on a conspiracy website? go to curezone.com and ask there. might help you.

good luck.
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i am not rude, i am simply frustrated that people DONT TAKE THE TIME TO READ BEFORE POSTING. ie: dont post stupid things i have already tried, or my thread turns into every post saying 'what about XXXXX, or xxxx have you tried xxxxx? when i fucking have tried it, and everything else you can even think of. EVERYTHING MEANS EVERYTHING.

dont confuse frustration with rudeness.

read the thread whos patronizing who...?

i've answered this before: because on a site like curezone you have 1000's of people asking questions, you do not get real doctors or anyone with REAL ADVICE. just people with problems, like myself, they are all after answers..

you then get the occasional trainee doctor from india jump on a thread and say 'ITS DERMATITIS BUY KETAKONAZOLE' and then not bother to follow up when you say it cant be.

so, why do i ask on here.. obviously because i have more chance of getting answers than i do elsewhere. glp has more logical brainpower than half the internet combined...

I read all your threads... Why would you waste $2000 on products recommended by people over the internet? If you don't have qualified Doctors in your area, do some research online and go fly to treat with a Doctor who is qualified to treat your 'condition'...
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if you read all my threads, you wouldnt even bother asking that question.

fly where?? with what and how? i have no money, no money means i have a few coins.. thats it.. milk and bread money nothing else. maybe i should by a can of red bull and it will give me wings? coz thats about how people seem to see this. some imaginary bullshit when its not, and its destroying me. apparently there are no doctors qualified, or so i keep getting told.

doctors are not helpful. the genuine doctors admit that they do not have the knowledge to deal with it, or have the slightest clue where to send me.
after they all come up with BS that it isn't, do you think i have much faith in them? i mean.. who's going to refund me 20 grand, whos going to give me over a year of my life back? not them, they dont care.. because they have my money.. thats all they want.

i could send you 1000 bookmarked links, there is no relavent info to diagnose the problem, just other sufferers.

sorry for the mixed up order of quotes.. and thanks for the input.

i do appreciate it, as much as it might sound i dont. just please read before posting!!
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. . . if you have rats, you should look into the plague, you could have a low grade/mutated bubonic plague. You will know itis plague when it gets into your lungs and kills you, thatis when itis called pneumonic plague . . . That would mean the bites/cysts youhave are flea bites . . .
Radiation mutates stuff.

Ringworm can act like what you have. If itis ringworm the first thing you have to do is get your skin healthy and moist as in not dry skin.
Neutrogena has a good moistue solution . . . top shelf.
Use "moisture" bar soap in your shower. Never sit/lie in a bathtub.

If itis the plague you need to get a few kitties to kill the rats . . . and replace them as they die until all the rats are gone . . . no rats means no fleas . . . no fleas means go plague . . . no plague means no pustules.
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Oh! one last warning (most important of all). STAY AWAY FROM FURRY ANIMALS. More likely than not, you got this froma furry animal. I got it from a dog. Dogs and cats are harbingers of bad parasites and bacteria to humans. Fuck a pet!
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Hi again....

I'm the one that has had a similar issue...and I just use antihistimines to manage. In answer to your question...I've never tried any antibiotics.

The only natural thing I tried that really helped was a very low salicylate diet (google it to know more)...which did help alot....but I found it impossible to really stick to a low salicylate diet for longer than a week because in order to really cut out all salicylates...basically the only thing you can eat is meat, fish, rice, bread, water.

I did do some stuff to try to get my pH back in balance because my pH is or was too acidic. This didn't seem to help.

So that is why I just take the Zrytec antihistimines. It works well enough that I can live my life.
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I read all your threads... Why would you waste $2000 on products recommended by people over the internet? If you don't have qualified Doctors in your area, do some research online and go fly to treat with a Doctor who is qualified to treat your 'condition'...
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if you read all my threads, you wouldnt even bother asking that question.

fly where?? with what and how? i have no money, no money means i have a few coins.. thats it.. milk and bread money nothing else. maybe i should by a can of red bull and it will give me wings? coz thats about how people seem to see this. some imaginary bullshit when its not, and its destroying me. apparently there are no doctors qualified, or so i keep getting told.

doctors are not helpful. the genuine doctors admit that they do not have the knowledge to deal with it, or have the slightest clue where to send me.
after they all come up with BS that it isn't, do you think i have much faith in them? i mean.. who's going to refund me 20 grand, whos going to give me over a year of my life back? not them, they dont care.. because they have my money.. thats all they want.

i could send you 1000 bookmarked links, there is no relavent info to diagnose the problem, just other sufferers.

sorry for the mixed up order of quotes.. and thanks for the input.

i do appreciate it, as much as it might sound i dont. just please read before posting!!
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You said you spent $2000 on recommendations you were given on GLP, why am I to believe you don't have the money to travel to see a specialist since you are convinced the doctor's don't know what they're talking about?

Haven't you realized yet you're not going to stumble across some random person on the internet who can tell you exactly what you have & how to treat it without any knowledge of your body or having given you a medical examination? If you state that Doctors can't diagnosis you, then you're looking in the wrong place looking for a diagnosis on the internet.... Having people recommend you treatments with no knowledge of what you actually have is pretty dangerous IMHO....

Go see a specialist... If they can't identify it, ask for a referral to another practicing physician in that network... Make phone calls to Doctors in your area, send emails, don't just show up and go see them....

It doesn't sound like you're trying very hard to address this in the correct manner... I've only been on GLP for like 5 months and I think I've seen at least 4 of your threads.... If this is your primary source of "help" then you're going about this in the wrong manner.

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O.k., can I ask u a few ?'s- I am a nurse and I believe I have been witness to something like this just recently. First, where do u live-city,state, next, besides getting haircut at time of first noticing this what activities were u doing, anything out of routine or different that time? Had u been to this hair salon prior to this and how well do u know this person cutting hair? Did it have slow onset to full blown problem or did i have a fast onset then full blown? Do u have pets? Had u been on vacation prior to onset ,within2-3 weeks prior? what is your front lawn or yard around house area consist if? Like , do u mow, is it well maintained? Do u work outside in yard or outdoors at all? Have u taken a sample of the "superbug" to any of Dr's u visited? Have u had this specimen analysd by lab?have they done a culture of this pustule, I actually would call this. Some one should have swabbed for fluid, or pus from inside this area with analysis, if It contains mite, of sorts, have they sent it off for any analysis thusfar? Do u have allergies? What is overall health, or any hospital, clinic, visits within that time frame? and how old r u? Sorry so many ? ??'sI have to know this to help. if u want to email me direct or call, just post back for me to evaluate in confidential and I will send it. Thnx and don't give up, I know ur tortured by this. Hope to help.
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i know someone with this problem for a few years.
First, the doctors said there are no bugs and it is a mental issues, so doctors have been useless.
You have a very special type of microscopic bird mite.
They are almost impossible to get rid of any many people just commit suicide to put an end to it.
Everything you own is probably contaminated with them.
They do not affect everyone, they only are attracted to certain people with a certain blood make-up.
My friend had to through out every piece of clothing and towels/bedding/mattress and also had to burn all his cloth furniture and all his carpet.
Then he fogs his house with a cedar oil fogger that cost $750 for the fogger and $70 gal for the cedar oil.
That takes care of the environment, but to get them off you you have to get rid off all your clothes, washing wont get rid of them, no matter how hot or toxic. They could be in your dryer and a/c ducts so the cedar fog is the only way to get the out. flea foggers dont kill them.
You have to cover your body with diatomaceous earth D.E. powder (sometimes mixed with 25% gold bond medicated powder) and take powdered clove capsules. also spray a diluted clove oil solution on the worst spots. the D.E. powder is like tiny microscopic razors blades and the mites will bleed to death in a matter of hours. The problem is realy getting them out of your living area to stop the cycle. I actually know 2 people with these, but many of us that are around them are totally not affective. I suggested this a few months ago to you, you cant see them and doctors will just say your nuts.
treatment for scabies does not kill these buggers!
These types of mites can't be killed like regular mites or scabies. only clove oil, cedar oil and D.E. powder/menthol gets them. My friends have done everything you have tried already.

There is an radio wave frequency transmitter/generator that can be turned to a certain power and frequency that kills their tiny brains. cost big bucks

If it really is not bird mites (i doubt that it is not bird mites)
and it is internal - then you must use these 3 thing:
edible food grade diatomaceous earth,
black walnut husks tablets,
and clove powder capsules
those together will kill any major parasites.

And you may want to get a cheap blood zapper, they are like $50 and put a low electrical current in your blood and that kills parasites too. I takes a while to kill parasites and you may get skin breakouts and sore muscles as the parasites try to dig in to stay alive or escape.
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Re: invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.
Yikes! I instantly thought of Morgellons!
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