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Updated November 21, 2017

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Medicine: Bugs
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Superbugs: Antibiotics/Pesticides/Herbicides:
October 30, 2017: Driving drug resistance out of fungi.
October 27, 2017: Why insects can develop from unfertilized egg cells.
October 13, 2017: Global pledges to speed up action on superbugs.
October 10, 2017: Pest resistance to biotech crops surging.
September 20, 2017: The world is running out of antibiotics, WHO report confirms.
February 27, 2017: Deadly, drug-resistant ‘superbugs’ pose huge threat, W.H.O. says.

    

Plague:
June 27, 2017: 3 people have caught plague in New Mexico this month
.

    

Bioterrorism:
November 01, 2017: Russian biological samples ‘collected for research’ – US Air Force.

October 31, 2017: Putin: Someone is harvesting Russian bio samples for obscure purposes.
February 20, 2017: Bill Gates warns new bioterrorism threat could wipe out over 30 million people.

  

Androids: Humanmade nanoscale mechanical insects beyond Andrew Crosse's experiments.
October 21, 2017: Putin reveals what future technology will be "more terrible than a nuclear bomb."

  

Pollution: Air/Water/Land/Atmospheric Radiation:

October 20, 2017: Pollution killed 9 million people in 2015.

    

 

Insect Infestation on Humans, Animals and Plant Life:
There are currently only a few US Food and Drug Administration approved treatments available for humans, animals and plant life, so special care needs to be taken so a resistance does not form to all US approved products available on the market.
Some infections may be common in Africa and South America, however a particular infection applying to certain hosts out of 120,000 different types of flying insect species may be reportedly moving northward one way, or another, if not already there?
Furthermore, there are over 60,000 species of mites.

 
Fly Bites on Scalp, etc. caused by fungal infection:      
● Humans:*/**/***/****
   Note: people with a history of athlete’s foot and/or nail fungal infections may be more susceptible, as well as, those who have
   had yeast infections, and hair loss?
See "Alternatives" and "Related Links" listed below.
Nizoral® A-D with Ketoconazole Shampoo 1% (non-prescription/read instructions). Use every four days for eight weeks.
● Nizoral® A-D with Ketoconazole Shampoo 2% (prescription/read instructions). Use every four days for four weeks.
Ritonavir®.
   Note 1: In many cases mites are already resistant to some insecticides.
   Note 2: Products with other active ingredient besides what is found in Nizoral® or Ritonavir® may not be effective?
   Note 3: It could take up to two years to be effective in some individuals who have a fungal infection deep inside the scalp.
   Note 4: Skin biopsy and/or hair follicle culture may be required.
   Note 5: Blood test may be required to search for fungal infection, if test exist.
   Note 6: Processed foods, overcooked foods and foods grown with fertilizers/pesticides versus organic foods may contain
               less boron (borax), etc. that may lead to skin problems among other health issues. Related link.
   Note 7: Fungal infections can sometimes mimic the sensation of fly-flea bites, etc..
          
Insect Infestations on the Outside of Body and/or underneath the Skin:
● Humans:**/***/****
See "Alternatives" and "Related Links" listed below.
   Note 1: In many cases mites are already resistant to some insecticides.
 
 Note 2: Some forms of acne on face and other parts of the body can possibly be a parasitic infection.
   Note 3: Ask your physician if there is a test, such as an: Ultrasound, X-ray, Infrared, MRI or PET scan, etc. that can be
   preformed to locate infestations where near impossible to destroy eggs may be located that may be treatment resistant.
   Note 4: Whenever possible; always seek the help of a licensed physician(s) prior to attempting to self-medicate oneself.
   Self-medicating oneself prior to seeing a licensed physician may mask the problem which may prevent a licensed
   physician(s) from being able to properly diagnose the problem.
   Note 5: Read this webpage and its links thoroughly so resistance do to overuse of medication may be avoided.
● For more severe cases of folliculitis where insects have laid eggs around the base of hair follicles or parasitic infections
   found in openings of the scalp caused by fly bites, wounds, open sores caused by picking at acne, or from excessive
   scratching that last longer than seven (7) days the following may be recommended by a licensed pharmacist, or by a
   licensed physician:
Benzemul (non-prescription/may be toxic/read instructions).
Permethrin Cream Rinse (non-prescription/may be toxic/read instructions) or see the following prescription medication
   examples listed below.
   Note: This product is recommended for head lice and should not be used for more severe insect infestations.
Permethrin Cream 5% 60g (prescription/may be toxic/read instructions). Permethrin is a natural insecticide made from
   chrysanthemum flowers.
   Note: Aggressive full body treatment(s) may be recommended to avoid resistance.
Ivermectin 3mg per tablet: 3 tablets first day and then 3 tablets seven days later (prescription/may be toxic/read
   instructions).
   Note: Use internally in conjunction with Permethrin Cream 5%.
Malathion Lotion, USP, 0.5% (prescription/toxic/read instructions).
Lindane Lotion (prescription/can be highly toxic in some individuals, or when overused, with serious side effects/read
   instructions/forbidden by law from being sold in California).
Albendazole. Related link 1. Related link 2.
● Doxycycline Monohydrate 100 MG Tablet 1 tablet per day for sixty days (prescription/allergic reaction may occur/read
   instructions).
● Itchy scalp: anti-bacterial fungus treatment.
  Fluocinonide Topical Solution, 0.05% (prescription/non-toxic in low concentrations/read instructions). Use only in the
   event pruritus occurs from the use of an insecticide.
   Note: Neem leaf alcohol extract tincture can be applied to areas were itchy skin is caused by infestation.
Note 1: Processed foods, overcooked foods and foods grown with fertilizers/pesticides versus organic foods may contain
less boron (borax), etc. that may lead to skin problems among other health issues. Related link.
Note 2: Request your doctor to send sample(s) of the insect(s) to a laboratory for testing.
Related link.
  
● Animals/pets:***
● Use similar product(s) listed above that are made specifically for animals may apply:
See "Alternatives" and "Related Links" listed below. May not be suitable for use with some animals.
   Note: In many cases mites are already resistant to some insecticides.
     
  Permethrin 10% 32oz (non-prescription/may be toxic/read instructions) ‒ can be mixed with lotion 50/50 to make 5%
   Permethrin Cream. DMSO, neem oil, tee tree oil and organic extra virgin coconut oil can be part of the 50% mix. Be
   careful.
   Note 1: For animal use only. Inactive ingredients in this product are not the same as Permethrin products made for
               humans.
   Note 2: Permethrin is relatively low in toxicity, but can be highly toxic for cats and for some other animals. Use
               appropriate product for cats, dogs, etc..
● Eprinomectin (this newer product made for cattle has far less resistance than Ivermectin). Related link.
Albendazole.
Zoetis or Cedarcide.
Note: Processed foods, overcooked foods and foods grown with fertilizers/pesticides versus organic foods may contain
less boron (borax), etc. that may lead to skin problems among other health issues. Related link.
 
  
*Fungal infections can sometimes create a fruity odor that may attract flies that bite. Hair shampoos and conditioners that
 contain fruit products can also contribute to fly bites.
  
**A secondary parasitic infection may occur (for example: exposure to flies found commonly in convalescent hospitals, etc.)
  requiring a licensed physician's help, or a specialist such as: a dermatologist, podiatrist and/or a trichologist, and maybe
  even an entomologist, endocrinologist, and/or an immunologist may be required. Also see dietitian and/or someone licensed
  in naturopathy, herbology, and/or a veterinarian, acupuncturist, etc. as a last resort.
  Note 1: Entomologists may be the best option when seeking a cure over dermatologists and trichologists.
  Note 2: Many people and physicians have a phobia when it comes to the subject of insects, and/or a lack of knowledge
  in how to treat insect infestations, or they may accuse an individual(s) of suffering from a mental disorder called
  delusional parasitosis, or treat the person as if they have a disorder whereas the individual is imagining they
  have insects crawling on them, or is imagining they have a parasitic infestation of some kind.
  
***Tabūla Mentis surmises fungal and maybe even yeast infections could originate from open cuts/wounds, animal, or possibly
    even insect bites exposed to, or infected with a pathogen via direct contact with blood. Conversely, this may also mean it
    might be possible to develop a medication or vaccine to treat, or even cure this disease(s).
    Note: Mosquitoes are not attracted as much to some people, nor are some people susceptible to insect bites, athlete’s foot,
    nail fungal infections, yeast infections, and/or head lice infestations, etc. possibly due to the reasons listed directly above, or
    due to a natural resistance within an individual's DNA, etc..
  
****Recommendations for scalp insect infestations when using neem oil, neem tincture and oil carrier:
     1: Do not pick at or open wounds, sores, insect bite areas, pimples, scabs on scalp, scratch or rub scalp excessively
         because doing so may cause dermatitis or create new openings for insects to lay eggs. In folliculitis insects have laid
         eggs around the base of hair follicles.
     2: Neem tincture used internally along with neem oil used in conjunction with an oil carrier generously applied to the skin
         should begin to stop mite reproductive cycles and show drastic improvements within three (3) weeks. It could take up to
         8 to 12 weeks for infestation to be completely removed depending on the severity of the infestation.
         Note 1: There are limitations to how long neem products, etc. can be used.
         Note 2: May create an allergic reaction in some individuals.
    

Alternatives:
Also read "Related links" listed below.
(read disclaimer below ‒ can cause toxicity, nerve damage, hair loss, eye damage, respiratory problems, etc.)

Remember that there are nearly 200,000 different types of flying insects and mites, so what may work for
some may not work for others especially when resistance to treatment is taken into consideration.
    

     Low risk products known to be effective against some specific types of infections: Related link.
            Note: I
nfection may become or already is resistant to the following treatments listed directly below.
            A: Permethrin Cream 5% (permethrin is a natural insecticide made from chrysanthemum flowers).
Related link.
               
  Note: Be sure to apply Permethrin Cream 5% over the entire body, not just areas visually affected.
            B: Ivermectin.
Related link.
            C: Nizoral® A-D with Ketoconazole shampoo.

     Medium risk products known to be effective against some specific types of infections:
            Note: The use of one or more items listed below under "Additional Products and Items" may also be helpful.
            Internal Use:
            A: Twenty Mule Team Borax (insecticide/pharmacy-grade not required/internal-external use).
               
 Note: Add 1/8 teaspoon borax per 1 pink of water per 100 lbs. of body weight. Take small sips throughout the day.
                 Drink 1 serving per day. When all is gone, do not take anymore for that day - just drink plain water instead. Drink
                 this for no more than five days, then stop taking it for two days. The regimen is five days on, two days off. Follow
                 this program for up to 3 months or more, if required.
Related link.
                 Note: Borax may eliminate scabies that have tunneled underneath the skin throughout the body, but fail to
                 eliminate flying insect eggs that have been burrowed deep underneath the scalp.
            B: (Optional) Supplement this by dissolving 1/2 measured teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate (plain baking soda
                 without additives, not baking powder) in a half glass of water and drinking this twice a day. You can take this
                 every day. It will help to alkalize your body quickly and make life uncomfortable for the mites.
Related link.
            C: (Optional) Boron dietary supplement (3 - 8mg per day) if blood-urine tests show low boron count or if testosterone,
                 and/or if estrogen levels are low. Related link.
                 Note 1: There is a reason why some have mites and others do not. Seeing one or more of the following licensed
                 specialists may be required: dermatologist, podiatrist, trichologist, entomologist, endocrinologist, immunologist,
                 dietitian, naturopatholigist, herbologist, and/or a veterinarian, acupuncturist, etc..
                 Note 2: Entomologists may be the best option when seeking a cure over dermatologists and trichologists.
                 Note 3: Consuming too much caffeine (coffee, tea, chocolate/especially in the morning) instead of having a
                 well-balanced diet may lead to malnutrition, including the depletion of boron.
            External Use:
            A: Benzyl Benzoate in a 20-25% ointment or lotion, or mix full-strength with emu oil, etc..
Related link.
            B: Sulfur lotion.
            C: Eurax cream or lotion.
            D: Citronellol (insect repellent/mite attractant) mixed with emu oil, etc. that will not interfere with task.
            E: Albendazole.
            F: Eprinomectin (for cattle use only).
               
 Note 1: Eprinomectrin is a newer product with far less resistance than Ivermectin.
               
 Note 2: Eprinomectrin destroys parasitic eggs better than similar products.
               
 Note 3: Talk with a licensed veterinarian about how this product might be used on humans as a very last resort.
           
     Mixture Examples:
            Note: Test "spot check" mixtures first before applying a lot.
            A: Pure
benzyl benzoate 25% (children 12.5%) mixed with organic extra virgin coconut oil 25%, tea tree oil
              
 15% and DMSO 35% applied to scalp may work for some? Be careful.
                Related links:
The recipe for benzyl benzoate lotion. How to home-make benzyl benzoate 25%.
            B: Fresh pure neem oil 25% mixed with organic extra virgin coconut oil 25%, tea tree oil 10% and DMSO 40%
               
applied to scalp may work for some? Be careful.

     Treatment for fungal infection in bloodstream:
Related link.
            Note 1: Cat bites/scratches, flies, mites, etc. can excrete fungal byproducts that may infect the bloodstream.
            Note 2: Consult with a licensed physician, a specialist as listed above or a veterinarian.
            Note 3: See Mold, Fungus, Yeast Infections listed below under Related Links.
            Note 4: Much more research needs to be devoted to infections created by fungi, yeasts and molds.

    
Additional supplies that may be required to treat and/or to help prevent reinfestation:
            Note 1: Read "Related Links" listed below for helpful instructions how to clear dwelling(s) of mite infestations.
            Note 2:
It is extremely important that infestation be completely removed from dwelling(s).
     
      Note 3: Black mold may cause respiratory problems and skin infections that mimic insect infestations.
            Note 4: People with scalp fungal infections will need to change pillow case covers with clean ones once per day.
            A: Cedarcide fogger can be used frequently without toxicity. Some people may be allergic to cedar smell.
                May not work for all mites or flying insects.
Related link.
            B: Raid MAX® Concentrated Deep Reach™ Fogger (this product does not contain permethrin that insect(s) may
                be resistant/use every two months between applications, when required).
            C: Raid® Multi Insect Killer 7 or Raid® Flying Insect Killer 7 (neither product contains permethrin that insect(s) may
                be resistant).
            D: 55 gallon trash bags.
            E: Light-weight plastic drop cloths.
            F: Duct tape.
            G: Back brush(es) to apply products (optional).
            H: Bed bug blocker zippered mattress protector (box spring(s), pillows, etc. optional).
            I:  Small spray bottle.
            J: Laundry detergent: All fragrance Free, etc..
            K: Laundry booster/insecticide: Twenty Mule Team Borax.
            L: Overnight shower cap to keep generously applied product on head while laying down for those who have an insect
                 infested scalp and/or to limit the toxicity caused from the product odor when generously applied to scalp (optional).
                 Note: Using a comfortable cap made with Mulberry or Charmeuse silk material is recommended.
            M: 
Disposable air respirator for full body applications and/or for individuals who are sensitive to toxic odors (optional).
            N
 Eye protection when necessary (rubber-bodied swimming goggles).
                 Note: Having someone skilled in the medical industry to help with applications may be required.
            O: Electric hair clipper kit: Wahl® Quick Cut® haircutting kit - Model 9314-1501.
            P: Electric shaver: Braun® Series 3 wet & dry rechargeable - Model 310s.
            Q: Pillowcases, bed sheets, towels and clothing for daily replacement.
            R: Liquid nitrogen or dry ice. Liquid nitrogen (LN
2) is recommended (-196°C/-320.44°F), however in some cases dry ice
                (carbon dioxide/CO
2) may be more readily available (-109.3°F/-78.5°C). I most cases regular ice cubes from a
                household freezer may be more than sufficient.
                Note: Liquid nitrogen, such as Compound W Freeze Off® Wart Removal UPC: 075137530058, is commonly used for
                removing warts and is sometimes used to freeze flying insect eggs that are not very deep underneath the skin of the
                scalp
. Consult with a licensed physician if flying insects have laid eggs within the skin of the ears. The skin is deeper
                around the ears making it more difficult to eliminate infestations within the ears and the surrounding scalp where
                reinfestations will occur. In that event albendazole may be recommended, but should only be used as a last resort to
                avoid resistance after all other precautions listed on this webpage and its related external Web links have been
                exhausted. Mite infestations within the ears may be eliminated using the internal borax treatment mentioned on this
                webpage, whereas flying insect eggs are much more difficult to penetrate.
               
Related link: Why insects can develop from unfertilized egg cells.

     Additional Products and Items that also may be helpful in treating skin infections:
            Note: The use of items listed below may not penetrate the egg shells of mites that have burrowed themselves deep
            underneath the skin.
            A: Essential oils (EO): neem (insecticide by contraception), tea tree (caution), emu, peppermint, rosemary,
                camphor, garlic, oregano, cinnamon, olive, lavender, lemongrass, sweet orange, ylang ylang, etc.
                (dilution required/see oil carriers listed below).
            B: Oil carriers: glycerin,
emu oil, DMSO, etc..
                 Note 1: It is important to use an oil carrier in order for neem oil, etc. to penetrate the scalp.
                 Note 2: Oil carriers such as DMSO can be extremely dangerous, so do through research prior to use.
                 Note 3: Finding the correct non-toxic product to penetrate layers of skin/parasite egg shells can be challenging,
                 whereas Permethrin Cream 5% and Ivermectin used together have been proven to be effective.
Related link.
                 Note 4: Articles can be found on the Internet that claim tea tree oil and DMSO combined can be used to treat
                 some forms of skin cancer, and toenail-fingernail fungal infections.
            C: Oils - miscellaneous:
                 1: Organic extra virgin 100% pure unrefined cold-pressed coconut oil, etc. (external use).
                 2: Cocoa butter,
                 3: Cocoa powder.
                     Note 1: Use an unscented fragrance free refined coconut oil (Nutiva®) if an allergic reaction to odor occurs.
                     Note 2: Some mites may feed on/be attracted to coconut oil.
                     Note 3: Can be mixed with other essential oils listed above to help neutralize the smell of neem oil for instance.
            D: Neem tincture, etc. (insecticide/internal-external use).
            D: Neem (fresh) leaves (insecticide/external use).
            E: Neem powder.
            D: Turmeric powder.
            F: Natural insect repellent with picaridin.
            G: Parasite cleanse.
            H:
  Food-grade Diomataceous Earth.
            I: 
 Coleman's double superfine mustard power (dilution required).
            J:  Aloe vera gel.
                Note: Some mites may feed on/be attracted to aloe vera gel.
            K: Unfiltered apple cider vinegar: for scalp fungal infections (dilution required).
                 Note: Apple cider vinegar is ideal to use on scalp to clean around hair follicles to help prevent hair loss.
            L:
 Lemon Juice - 100% bottled lemon juice from concentrate with preservatives added.
            M: Dietary supplement containing: boron, vitamin A fish liver oil, niacin, zinc, magnesium, vitamin D, vitamin E, etc..
            N:
 Organic 99.8% pure aloe vera gel, etc. (dilution not required/external use).
                 Note: 1 gallon containers of pure aloe vera gel are available on the Internet for about $7.00.
            O: Triethanolamine.
            P: Oleic acid.
            Q: Boric acid.
            R:
Colloidal silver (can be very toxic in high doses or when used over long periods of time).
 

Related Links:
Read these "Related Links" (natural insecticides) to thoroughly educate yourself prior to use.
(read disclaimer below ‒ can cause toxicity, nerve damage, hair loss, eye damage, respiratory problems, etc.)

Remember that there are nearly 200,000 different types of flying insects and mites, so what may work for
some may not work for others especially when resistance to treatment is taken into consideration.
    

Borax (Boron) (internal/external use): Miscellaneous:
Ted’s internal and external borax remedy. Combination therapies useful for severe scabies cases.
5 year old with tinea capitis: fungal infection of the scalp. 73 natural home remedies that may be less toxic.
Boric acid: the antifungal cure-all. Calling all demodex sufferers (and those who suspect they are).
The inexpensive arthritis & osteoporosis cure. Classic and crusted scabies.
    Ectoparasitic infections.
The Low Testosterone, Estrogen and Boron Connection: Insecticides and the skin.
Is organic more nutritious? New Study adds to the evidence. Head lice resistance to pediculicides: a growing menace.
Nothing boring about boron. Entymology/insects specialist.

Boron & testosterone: cheap unpopular trace mineral T-booster.

Colloidal silver: safe and effective (when not to use)?

Men:

How to home-make the benzyl benzoate 25%.
Boron for testosterone. The recipe for benzyl benzoate lotion.

Women:

Rare Disease Day 2018.
Effect of dietary boron on mineral, estrogen, and testosterone metabolism in postmenopausal women.
 

Stop skin mites.
   

 
        Neem and Tea Tree Oil (external use only):
Fungus: Mold and Yeast Infections: Neem oil uses and benefits.
Alternatives to ketoconazole shampoo: best natural options. 3 things to know about using tea tree oil for scabies.
5 year old with tinea capitis: fungal infection of the scalp. 6 amazing benefits of tea tree oil.
Scalp fungus treatments. 4 reasons to start putting tea tree oil in your hair & how to do it.
Testing for candida. Oil carriers: how to mix tea tree oil with other things.
Invisible biting mites and black mold. Is tea tree oil an effective treatment for bed bugs?
Blood test may catch deadly fungal infection quickly. How to make herbal tincture.
Fungal infections (candida). How to dilute tea tree oil.
Emu oil and DMSO remedy for toenail fungus.
Scalp infection cures. Shave:
Candida - a blessing in disguise. Just shaved my head - photos.
Candida diets: Part II: hydrogen peroxide.
MSM excerpts from our candida forum. Albendazole:
MSM and food-grade hydrogen peroxide treatment. Albendazole: Cure for mites in humans, scabies and bird mites.
Colloidal silver: safe and effective (when not to use)? Treatment of crusted scabies with albendazole: A case report.
 
  Neem Oil Products - Miscellaneous:
How to use natural ingredients to treat scabies and other mites.
Note: Most, but not all of the nearly 200,000 different types of insects are affected by neem products.
Neem Smell:
Neem oil can be mixed with an essential oil(s) like: coconut oil or other ingredient like those listed above in
"Additional Products and Items" to help mask the strong sulfur-like odor produced by neem oil.
Note: Shaving hair from affected areas will allow people to use less neem oil.
 

Apply to bumps caused by fly bites where there may be possible infestations inside the scalp, skin, etc. to chase the parasites away. Use externally directly on body and can be mixed with other body products (soaps, shampoos, etc.).
Note 1: Neem oil (non-toxic in low concentrations) is a natural insecticide that interrupts the reproduction cycles causing insects to become infertile unable to reproduce over a period of time from days to weeks depending on the severity of infestation and the amount of neem oil used.
Note 2: Neem oil (non-toxic in low concentrations) is useful in treating nail fungal infections (along with cleaning the infected areas first with full strength bleach) among other aliments. Read instructions first prior to use or consult with a professional who specializes in that field of expertise. Not recommended for use exceeding two (2) weeks. Not to be used full strength. Needs to be mixed with other ingredients (carriers) so neem oil will be absorbed through the skin. Read links listed on this webpage for carrier ingredients that can be used in conjunction with neem oil.
Note 3: Neem oil should not be used for more than two (2) weeks if applied to entire body. Can be used longer if only applied to scalp, shoulders, arms and back. Neem oil can also be applied to a bandage or gaze, and placed on areas infested.
Note 4: Petroleum can be used instead of neem oil. Petroleum jelly fumes (non-toxic in low concentrations for most humans) and its ability to suffocate may chase away the infestation, and provide a barrier from insects reentering infected area(s), however insects may continue to lay new eggs from within before leaving as larvae, or as a full grown wing, or wingless insect.

  
Neem Leaf Alcohol Extract Tincture:

Neem tincture can be used internally along with neem oil or with other natural home remedies. Not recommended for use exceeding ten (10) weeks. Use ten (10) drops twice a day for the average size person. If any side effects occur, stop usage. Use as directed.
Note 1: Neem Oil or Petroleum jelly for animals (cats for example): Place on infected areas behind neck and on lower back near tail where bumps may be located.
Note 2: Neem oil (non-toxic in low concentrations) will cause insects to become infertile unable to reproduce over a period of time. Not recommended for use exceeding two (2) weeks. Not to be used full strength. Needs to be mixed with other ingredients (carriers) so neem oil will be absorbed through the skin. Read links listed above for ingredients that can be used in conjunction with neem oil.

  
                                        

Underview:

Mites usually infect individuals from the hairline down, excluding lice, etc.. Flying insects usually infect individuals above the hairline, including the ears (ears may be infected if an individual has: pain, can fill movement or they can hear insect flying sounds in the ears). In many cases until the ears have been cleared of an infestation the parasites will not be completely eliminated. Borax internal treatment listed above should eliminate mite infestations (scabies, but not crusted scabies) within two weeks, whereas neem oil treatment should stop flying insect infestations after several weeks if miscellaneous procedures (bagging clothing/bed sheets/pillowcases, insect spray, etc.) are religiously followed. Tea tree oil is an excellent disinfectant and insecticide. When tea tree oil, DMSO, neem oil and petroleum jelly are used in combination, and applied with Q-tips® they can be very effective. Avoid getting tea tree oil or DMSO in the eyes, or directly on the eardrums (tympanic membranes). Fungal and other types of infestations of the scalp may require hair to be shaved from the head. Having a trained professional individually freeze infected areas with liquid nitrogen or dry ice may be helpful in a few situations, or the use of regular ice cubes directly on bumps located on the scalp created by flying insects that need very warm locations to multiply may also be helpful. Liquid nitrogen is commonly used to remove warts, however dry ice will also work although it will take longer and possibly create more of a skin burn. Whenever possible, see a doctor first to get a proper diagnosis so one is not incorrectly diagnosed with the mental disorder called delusional parasitosis before attempting to self-medicate oneself. Some medical care providers may also be fearful of insects further complicating matters. Using natural remedies in the beginning is an excellent way of avoiding resistance to all available prescription insecticides until an infected individual(s) gets their routine together which can take time to figure-out. Some insecticides can be highly toxic. Black mold can create a similar sensation of insects/maggots crawling on the skin. Nerve damage can also create the sensation of something crawling on the scalp/skin. Diet in many cases can be the main culprit to facilitating fungal infections, insect infestations, etc., however there could be an undiagnosed or a more serious underlying cause.

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August 23, 2017: Chemists get step closer to replicating nature with assembly of new 3-D structures.
August 14, 2017: Now showing: Researchers create first 3-D movie of virus in action.
   
Miscellaneous symbols:
ψ = quantum.  ʍ = meta (0D) energy.  a = alpha (1D) energy.  β = beta (2D) energy. γ = gamma (3D) energy. Δ = delta (4D) energy.
note: temporal (time) dimension(s) not included with spatial (space) dimension(s).

Frank the Robot by Tabūla Mentis Corporation
Conceived 1984
 

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