There has been much chatter online about a disease referred to as Morgellons, but is this condition real or psychological? If it is real, what causes it? Is there a treatment or a cure for this disfiguring, painfully frightening condition?
Morgellons symptoms according to NutraSilver:
- Little black specks in your skin, scalp or bed sheets.
- Itching, crawling, biting, or stinging sensations under the skin, especially the scalp.
- Skin lesions, bumps, or boils that are slow to heal or don’t heal at all.
- Odd thick or cotton-like fibers that grow underneath or out of the skin.
- Severe fatigue and cognitive issues like brain fog, lack of focus, etc.
Other symptoms are more serious. Many people have committed suicide or have been declared mentally ill and hospitalized. Without relief and with no one to believe the unbearable pain and intense itch, the mind may ultimately snap under the stress. The worse thing about Morgellons is the fact that so few doctors actually recognize this illness as real.
According to the CDC, "This condition is not currently recognized as a distinct clinical disorder with established diagnostic criteria that are generally accepted by the medical community and many dermatologists consider the condition to be synonymous with delusional parasitosis (DP)."
For the people who suffer from this phenomenon, there is good news. Several doctors, after decades of research, have come to the conclusion that this condition is real, treatable and possibly, cured.
There is a consensus among doctors and researchers that Morgellons is caused by the polluting of the planet. Chemtrails, water pollution, pesticides, fungicides, insecticides, grooming products, and household cleaning supplies have all been mentioned as possible causes. What causes Morgellons in one person may not be the cause for another. Each person is sensitive to differing poisons in the environment.
I recently spoke to a retired nurse, Jan Rowland of Sugar Hill, Georgia, about Morgellons. Rowland has helped many sufferers of Morgellons during the past several years. She has seen victims covered with sores, in pain and going insane because doctors declared the disorder as a psychosis and refused to treat the sores.
Examiner: What is the most important thing you want people who have this illness to know?
Rowland: I want people to know that the disorder is real and they are not crazy for thinking there are parasites crawling under their skin. I have treated many people through the years. Currently, I am using Georgia clay and cinnamon oil to relieve the cause of the itching and sores.
Examiner: Is there anything else that helps heal the skin?
Rowland: Local, unprocessed, raw honey is an excellent natural product for healing the skin.
Rowland is absolutely correct about the honey. This is said about the health benefits of raw honey from Natural News, The healing power of honey: From burns to weak bones, raw honey can help, "As an antiseptic, honey is also a drawing agent for poisons from bites or stings or infected wounds, and has outperformed antibiotics in treatments for stomach ulcerations, gangrene, surgical wound infections, surgical incisions and the protection of skin grafts, corneas, blood vessels and bones during storage and shipment."
Examiner: Do you have any ideas about what causes Morgellons?
Rowland: I believe it is a combination of things. It is the pollution of the earth we live on. It is all the chemicals we have synthetically made and use every day. More people are developing allergies to grooming products, genetically altered foods, chemicals in the rain and runoffs from farms and factories into our ponds, streams, creeks and rivers. It isn't safe to eat the fish from our own rivers anymore.
Examiner: Any final words to friends and citizens of Georgia?
Rowland: There is hope. Morgellons is real and there are treatments that can bring relief from the symptoms.
Although more doctors agree today that this skin condition is real, they feel the name does not accurately describe the condition. Dr. Rahim Karjoo refers to Morgellons as the Karjoo Phenomenon in a press release.
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