OK, I’m going to make this short and sweet. I’ve had huge, I mean huge successes as of lately! If you want results all you need is to read this post, though much of the information on this site is hugely beneficial. Anyways, here it goes.

Laundry
This has been my biggest complaint thus far with Morgellons. I cannot seem to get my laundry free of Morgellons. No matter what chemical, amount of soaking, or washing technique I use, my clothes are still, no matter what, infected. That is until now!!!! This is thee SOLUTION and I’ve had perfect success every time. So what is this superior treatment?? Well first off, let me mention that the hot box discussed in a previous post wasn’t such a great idea. The hot box’s intent was to be a clean, chemical free method of killing Morgellons. In the end, it couldn’t do such and it even stunk up my house with an over heated laundry smell. Not very pleasant at all. Soo from my past transgressions I learned that 160 F was not hot enough to kill Morgellons. Thus I went hotter… I got so frustrated after this failure that I came home from work itching and scratching from hot boxed clothes that I thought would have been clean and stripped down naked and threw these clothes (a pair of pants, a T-shirt and a pair of socks) into my pressure cooker. I thought if heat kills all (discussed here) then a pressure cooker, which is capable of temperatures of 250 F should be more than hot enough. I turned on the pressure cooker and placed it on high heat for 1 hour. One hour later…BAM! Morgellons was completely eliminated! Not a single trace!!!!! My clothes were a bit damp so I let them air dry over night. The next day, I wore the same clothes which were giving me hell the day before. Not a single bite, crawl or itch! I even wore these clothes for the next week without treatment. Everyday Morgellons was gone! A miracle, to say the least. Of course it makes perfect sense and I kick myself for not thinking of this sooner, but since a pressure cooker can get to 250 F and even the most stubborn creature on the planet cannot survive at this temperature than how could Morgellons?!? Anyways, this worked perfectly. I then began to treat more clothes and followed up the pressure cooking with a quick wash in my washer machine (make sure your washer is Morgellons free). That was it. No chemicals, no mess, no Morgellons. 1 hour and a quick wash and I was Morgellons Free!

So a few batches of clothes later my poor little pressure cooker was complaining. Certainly I couldn’t treat all my laundry in a wimpy 6 quart pressure cooker. The little guy would not suffice for my laundering needs, so I began a quest to find a much larger one. In the end, I found several autoclaves (just another name for a large pressure cooker used for sterilization). They seemed like they would fit my needs perfectly and were used in the medical, tattoo, dental, and hospitality industry to sanitize equipment periodically. These, however, proved to be rather expensive. A bit more research revealed a few cheaper alternatives, however still not the most affordable. In the end, there was no contemplating price. I knew that this was the answer and I had spent so much more on Morgellons in the last 4 years. $800 was nothing especially if it creates repeatable results time and time again! You could even get a decent sized autoclave for about $500, but I had some large items I needed to take care of, so I opt’ed for the larger sterilizer. The autoclave idea is brilliant, no doubt about it, but it is not perfect. There are very good chances of permanently damaging clothes. You must be very careful and test a few techniques to ensure you have a good feel on what garments will survive and what will not. High temps and moist environments make textile dyes prone to bleeding and as a result colors can easily jump from one item to the next creating a nice, but unwanted, tie-dye effect.

So I purchased the largest autoclave I could find at an affordable price (others were $2,500). This one is fully automatic and has a 60 minute mechanical timer. It holds 6.75 gallons of material, which is big, but sadly not as big as I wanted, however will do. You can buy smaller ones, but I plan on doing blankets, maybe some pillows and other such large items. I know this will work and I am very confident that this was the last frontier I needed to conquer to gain significant ground on Morgellons. Below is the autoclave I purchased. I spent many hours researching different sterilizers to finally conclude with this one. I recommend it and if it is too large or perhaps too expensive then others do exist, also seen below. Once again, I have yet to have results like this repeatedly. I have not had one bite, one itch, one crawl from autoclaved clothes! A feat I thought was never possible! It’s an amazing feeling!!!!!

My Autoclave 6.75 Gallons (with timer)

Medium Autoclave (with timer)

Small Autoclave (with no timer)

The Body
So I’m going to make this short. Not too long ago I bought a Infrared Sauna. This was, yet another, nail in the coffin for Morgellons. I cannot believe how well this has helped my skin fight off Morgellons. During each session I feel the presence of Morgellons increase as the temperature does, then suddenly around 130 F Morgellons disappears. It’s like they just die and go away. Once I get out of the sauna my skin is extremely quiet. I get a few hours of relief with no Morgellons, and when it does return it is of much lower severity. Along with removing Morgellons from the deepest trenches of my skin, the sauna helps me detox and sweat profusely. Every time I get out I feel really mentally clear. I know the sauna is working and was a great addition to my Morgellons protocol, once again, I wished I would have added this sooner. Just 30-45 minutes a day keep Morgellons at bay!

My Sauna

Cheaper Sauna

Also, I’m beating a dead horse here, but the Liver and Gallbladder cleanse is yet another crucial step to deterring Morgellons from attacking your body. It is a sure fire way to improve your health, not just now, but for the rest of your life. It is the best cleanse you can do within your lifetime and will surely give you radiant skin as well as supreme health. Though, I will say it is a significant undertaking, a grueling process, and not for the light hearted. I have been cleansing for 2 years and am still getting stones out. But I assure you, in the end, it is the cure for ALL chronic diseases. If you successfully clear your Liver and Gallbladder of bile and cholesterol stones one can expect to live disease free for the remainder of your life especially if you eat healthy and keep your Liver/Gallbladder free of stones! I cannot rave more about the Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse. Please just read a few Amazon reviews!

The Environment
So to keep this short, again, the only chemical I use in this process of Morgellons elimination is in my environment. I found no other way to eliminate Morgellons from where I live, especially since I cannot use heat to sanitize my house due to fire sprinklers. Anyways, all I do is use a Tri-Jet fogger and some Xtreme Cleen to fog my entire house 2-3 times per week. I’ve talked about Xtreme Cleen here. This works great and leaves little mess. I found it to kill Morgellons quickly and efficiently especially if used often. It’s as simple as that. Make sure to wear a mask and eye protection because this stuff is very strong ammonia!

Stay Strong. Stay Sane.

Mr. Admin

After my insane, uncalled-for, explicit rant of yester-post, I’ve reset, restarted, and rejuvenated.

Hopefully, that doesn’t happen again for awhile or even forever, but is was 100% how I felt. I held nothing back. Every stress. Every moment. Every annoyance in my life came crashing down. I just lost it. I’m sorry if I offended anyone. I lost someone I really, really cared about (not a death, but relationship). Morgellons was solely to blame. I cannot keep close human relationships. I cannot. Morgellons will not let me. I’ve picked up peculiar habits because of Morgellons. I led a very weird lifestyle and it sucks. It is not how I imagined I should living at 27. But feel it is necessary at this moment. My house is a war zone. My closet is full of skeletons from yesterdays failed experiments. My laundry situation is unexplainable to any human not suffering from Morgellons. I keep people out as much as possible until I figure out what the hell is going on. It makes me sick. I look like a wacko, but I have no choice. I’m scared to infect others. I do not wish this on my greatest enemy. This disease is terrifyingly horrible.

Anyways, I lost someone I really cared about, boo hoo. That’s a life with Morgellons. Lose everything and gain nothing. If I wasn’t forced to be so God damn secretive then I promise you this would not have happened. I hate you forever Morgellons and will not stop until you are destroyed. Why do you always have to pester me? Bite me? Crawl on me? Make me do unthinkable things to my laundry, house, car, and life? Why? You really are the worst thing that has happened to me. Everyday I wake up fearing that today will be another day filled with Morgellons. Everyday! 365 days a year. 8760 hours. 525,600 minutes. 31.5 billion seconds. Morgellons. Non-stop… Thanks. Just thanks!

Enough. I’m finished complaining. I went on the prowl again today. This time for more remedies. I’m open to anything at this point. My mind is like that of a teenager’s; I will try anything once, heck maybe even twice or thrice. Anything, I tell you! Anything!!!

It’s time to step my game up. Way up. Right now, I’m going to define my one and only goal. I’ve wiped the slate of my life clean. Nothing remains. There is nothing more retarding my Morgellons growth. My goal, the only item I am going to focus on in 2015; every bit of energy, every bit of money, every bit of sanity will be invested in Morgellons. I will not stop until I have beat this. I will not!!! So starting from this post forward, I hereby declare;

In 2015 I will conquer the unknown. I will conquer the extremely costly. The terribly frustrating, money sucking, insanity causing disease we all know as Morgellons. In 2015, I will fully eradicate Morgellons from my clothes, from my car, from my body, from my house, from my thoughts, and, most importantly, from my life, for good, for ever, and for always! In 2015, I will not stop, at all, by any means, for nothing, for no one, for anything that threatens to impede my continual counter attack against the invisible, invincible, seemingly incurable Morgellons. Forewarn, anything, and everything will be fully ignored except for that of Morgellons and the attainment of perfect health. I do not care how selfish this is, or seems, enough is enough. I cannot live with Morgellons for the remainder of my life. I just cannot. Morgellons feel threatened because payback is a bitch!

So I’ll give you a quick update on some info I’ve discovered recently.

Ozone works fairly well. Say 70%. But I still get clothes that bite. The issue is in order to kill Morgellons with Ozone I end up having to run my generator for hours. This overdoses my clothes and closet and then eventually the room with Ozone. It creates a terrible toxic smell (almost like Chlorine and Fresh Air, it’s weird) which is extremely bad for you. It’s actually a carcinogen. I keep smelling it and sometimes get headaches. With a normal Ozone dose the smell dissipates rather quickly, about 30 minutes, but this dose does NOT kill Morgellons. Not even close. You would think it does, since Ozone is an extremely reactive substance to all organic materials. But my clothes still bite, itch, and crawl. I’ve tried the normal dosage on several occasions. Morgellons was still ever present. So no go with normal doses of Ozone.

Anyways, Ozone does work, but you have to over use it. This causes the overdose smell to emanate for days. My closet smelled like Ozone for 4 days. I cannot have this. In addition, Morgellons quickly came back. What the hell? It just shows you how hardy this superbug is. I ran the Ozone Machine (7000 mg/h) for 4 hours and it still survived. That cannot be! The clothes were saturated with Ozone for 4 hours and the closet is 5’x5′. I cannot sleep in a place that constantly smells like Ozone. So I limit the treatment of Ozone which keeps Morgellons alive and well.

With my recent failures, I’ve turned to the Internet once again. Like I stated before, I’m running out of ideas and my mind is currently open to anything and everything within reason. So let me begin by laying out my plan of attack and recent proceedings.

My Clothes
Recently, I read that Dry Cleaning clothes works very well in eliminating Morgellons. So, what the heck, I gave it a shot. Sure enough, my clothes came back cool as a cucumber. They were very Morgellons free and felt pretty darn good. Better than anything I have accomplished using my home laundring methods. The only downfall is the price, but if you only have a weeks worth of clothes then you are only looking at $50-$100 bill per week. Not bad, huh?!? I kid, that’s terrible, but it does work if you want peace for a little while. I know it is not sustainable for the normal income, so I’ve been looking into other methods to exterminate these buggers. What have I come up with?

It seems a few people have had really good luck with high temperature treatments. The funny part is I have tried this, but I don’t think I fully committed myself to this undertaking. This time I’m willing to invest a bit more into providing repeatability. Generating high temperatures would be a safe, cheap, and easy way to treat textiles, pillows, and blankets. If high heat can kill 100% of Morgellons than this technique could be one serious step in the right direction. Surely heat can kill everything. But for how long? And how hot?

Well, I did a bit of research to determine what insect can withstand the hottest temperatures in the world and for how long. I also found a few articles stating the highest temperature Collembola can withstand (since I do think this may be a species of Collembola [a very adaptable one]). The information I gathered determined that desert-dwelling scavenger ants were the top thermophilic insects to date. They work on the verge of ALL animal potential, an astonishing 50 Celsuis (122 F) according to this article and this quote;

“No animal is known to live and carry out its complete life cycle at a temperature over 50°C (Schmidt-Nielsen 1990).”

So…recent studies have shown that no insect or animal can withstand or live at 50 C (122 F)? That’s great! But can Morgellons withstand this temperature? Maybe, maybe not. The second question is; how long? From what I gathered, and I wish I could find the article again, but I was searching on my phone and have since lost the article. It stated that Collembola could live sufficiently long (120 minutes) at 45 C (113 F) and the amount of death was dependent on the humidity. I, also, found another article about Life at High Temperatures. While this is all good information, what it really did was help kickstart a thought process that would eventually lead to me turning one of my small closets into a hot box. My goal was to heat this little closet over 150 F for a duration of several hours and see what resulted (hopefully not a burnt down house). In addition, I also read here that a family regained their house by heating it 180 F for 4 hours! Now, this is not a possibility for me due to my condo having sprinkler systems which are activated at 115 F, but as for my closet and clothes it will be a good test to see if I can fully eradicate Morgellons using high temps for long periods. Morgellons has to be an organic substance and heating it over 150 F should, I repeat should, kill everything!

So….how did I create such a hot box? Well I sealed most of the small closet with insulation (closet size is 3’x3′). Then I bought a small 1500 Watt space heater. I ran this heater in the closet to determine the max temp I could reach. One hour showed a reading of 140 F, then the heater went into thermal protection. Knowing that these heaters can handle much hotter temps (190 F), I was determined to get my closet to at least 170 F. So I did a bit of handy work (fairly easy, comment below if you need guidance) and bypassed the thermal protection so it would run continuously without shutting down. This time one hour resulted in 160 F. Not bad considering ‘no animal is known to live and carry out its complete life cycle at temperatures over 50 C, or 122 F. Therefore, I believe if I can successfully heat my closet and its continents to 160 F for several hours, then I might, just might, have sanitized and safe textiles as a result!

So I have yet to try this, but the process is in the works. In theory, it should work as long as I don’t burn the house down. Also, along my way I ran into something interesting. They make Drying Cabinets that basically do the same thing as my hot box, but for a $1500 price tag, though it is probably much safer, I’m going to hold off on buying one at least until I can determine if my technique works…Only time will tell.

Staber Drying Cabinets

My Environment
My Environment has been pretty good lately, I feel that most times it is dependent on my exposure from my clothes. You see when I have good clothes days, I tend to have good home days. When I have bad, well I have bad. So as long as I keep my clothes clean, I think I can keep my environment clean. I’ve also been fogging lately. This time I’m fogging with Xtreme Cleen. I posted on Xtreme Cleen before. It worked wonders on my laundry, but doesn’t fully kill all of the buggers if they are alive and well in your washer and dryer. Anyways, fogging with Xtreme Cleen works very well, but is acutely toxic. After it evaporates the toxicity disappears as does the smell which is why I prefer fogging with Xtreme Cleen. It also works better than anything else I’ve tried from; cedar oil, to windex, to ammonia, to whatever other concoction. As for my car, I think I will try the space heater method to see if I can sufficiently heat it to 160 F for a few hours. In the summer my car would get to about 140 F, but only for an hour or so, hopefully more heat for longer will do something!

My Body
Well, I’m trying my hardest to become healthy. I am. But I feel I’m getting worse or entering a deep detox. I’m literally dragging these days and my head is full of fog. I cannot think clearly. The last Liver Cleanse sent me into a deep detox and I’m prying my way out. I’m doing anything I can to relieve the burden of toxins in my body. Not to mention I notice a huge uptick in Morgellons during toxic times like these. It is like Morgellons can sense I’m weak and they want to prey on me!

Anyways, from my latest research I found that Infrared Saunas help immensely in relieving Morgellon’s symptoms and detoxing the body. So I bought an Infrared Sauna! (Remember, I will do anything to get better!) Well, I’ve used this for a week and a half and let me just tell you that I wish I would have invested in one sooner. I feel that this sauna is pivotal in the Morgellons war. Every time I get out I feel like a new man. I feel squeaky clean, not to mention the eery taste of what it felt like to be Morgellons free for a few hours afterwards. It’s strange, but something I remember in the distant past (3.5 years ago).

The sauna works! I feel completely detoxified and in just 30 minutes I’m sweating so profusely that my towel looks like it was thrown in a swimming pool. There is nothing in the world that has ever made me sweat so much. It’s really insane how much water is pushed out of the body.

At the end of each session I can tell that Morgellons has been removed from my skin. I feel the detoxification. I feel it healing from the inside out. And I do believe that this addition is just one more nail in the coffin for Morgellons. In due time, I will beat Morgellons. And I know this sauna will help me! No shower, no bath, no time spent in the ocean has provided me with this much relief. NOTHING!

Anyways, that’s all for now. I hope to add more information as things pan out (or don’t) and I begin to exterminate Morgellons from my life (again, or not…either way I’ll post about it). One month down, 11 to go, and already I’m feeling better than ever, thanks to the sauna, and being on the right path to recovery. After getting my head straight and fixing a few issues in my life I’m feeling very confident that I can beat Morgellons. I’ve seen its weaknesses. I know what works and what doesn’t. I know that this year WILL be the end. I can feel it! All the pieces are in place. It is just a matter of connecting the dots in a fashion that keeps Morgellons gone for good!

Stay Strong. Stay Sane!

Mr. Admin