DE to the Rescue for Morgellons Disease 9/20/19


I think Diatomaceous earth gets a bad rap in dealing with Morgellons Disease because of the dust aspect. But in reality, it's one of the best things you can use to get rid of mites and other organisms including Collembola from your clothing and environment. And there no need to have dust involved during application--that's the good news. Tracy is on limited income and writes,

I need help now they are so many on my house 
They are so big ... they are covering me and my 3 Dogs. My car broke down and I have no money to go to a hotel . They are going to kill us if someone does not help us. I am attaching pictures so you can see how large they are Look by my temples . 
Please help us now."
Thanks for writing.
The best, least expensive, and most effective way is to spray Diatomaceous earth (DE) everywhere. If you have a Tractor Supply near you, they have non food grade, but if you can't find it locally, you can get it from us, but shipping is expensive so try to find it locally.
Per instructions on the diatomaceous earth website ,I use a funnel and put two tablespoons of DE in a 32 oz spray bottle and then add water (not to the top as you need to shake it up)

Then spray everything lightly. You won't see it as it comes out wet, but when it dries you'll see a light white coating. Test an area first and let it dry to make sure you don't end up with a thick coating.

Disinfect your furniture and bedding with ammonia spray. Spray 20 min before sitting in a chair so it will be dry when you sit down and spray after you get up.

Read Chapter III of my book, How to Get Your Life Back from Morgellons... over and over for directions.
Hope this helps
I thank Tracy for writing and asking for help about her house. Going to a hotel rarely helps that much because you end up taking the organisms with you. And, it's a challenge on a limited budget, but the good news is that Diatomaceous earth and ammonia ares very inexpensive and can be very effective. In the beginning I solely relied on diatomaceous earth. I didn't know about spraying it with water so I used a duster that I bought for about $30 at a garden supply house and I dusted everything--furniture, floors and so on. I didn't apply it to the walls or ceiling as I didn't know how to make it stick and with the type of mite I was dealing with there was no indication that I'd have to go to that extent. I figured, that the flying mite would have to land and whenever they did, the DE would do them in. Apparently, I was right in that I got rid of them from my environment.

She could even mix the DE with diluted NG and apply to her facial lesions as an inexpensive approach.

An earlier post,
Help With Cats and Dogs goes into more detail about what to do for cats and dogs.