"Scabies is a parasitic infestation and itchy skin condition in which mites, known as Sarcoptes scabei, burrow under the skin." (draxe.com)
Scabies is a really unpleasant experience with rash and itching all over the body. Symptoms may not appear for up to two months after being infested. It's highly contagious and mainly spreads by prolonged skin contact from person to person. Risk factors are: overcrowding, immigration, poor hygiene, poor nutrition, homelessness.
Because scabies is contagious, it's crucial to treat family members as well, even if they don't show symptoms. There is help. It's curable. Normal laundering destroys them.
Take a hot bath with Epsom salt. It kills the them. You need to clean your home carefully.
By Carl Grinde | January 13 2023
Uppdated January 17 2023
Prescription medicines, information, conventional methods and advice for scabies
Doctors can prescribe antibiotics.
Severe infestations can lead to sepsis which can be fatal if left untreated.
Scabies can spread by clothing, bedding, towels.
It can also spread through contaminated objects and furniture.
Scabies can live 2 to 3 days on a mattress and other surfaces.
You may continue to itch for weeks after the scabies has died.
According to the US CDC, animals do not spread scabies to humans. But the Swedish skabbguiden.com advises to keep your distance from pets.
Sexual abstinence and fidelity in a relationship are things that counteract scabies.
Several natural remedies and treatments for Scabies
Tea tree oil, Neem oil, Palmarosa, Eucalyptus oil, Rosemary oil, Aloevera, Cayenne pepper, Clove oil, Epsom salt, Sulfur Soap, Sulfur cream. Try also Silver-MSM Cream.
Take a hot bath with Epsom salt. It kills the scabies.
"I was very happy to find that common table salt in a warm bath cured my Scabies. After soaking for 15 minutes, get out of the bath and drip dry."
Silver-MSM Cream for scabies
Using essential oils on the skin
Further down below are many essential oils listed, Neem oil, Tea tree oil etc. But be careful. Essential oils are very strong. If you pour them directly on your skin you will be hurt. You must put the essential oil in a carrier oil. Then you can apply on the skin.
For carrier oil you can use Coconut oil, Olive oil, Castor oil, Argan oil, Rapeseed oil, Almond oil, Jojoba Oil or an oil of your choice.
Black Cumin seed oil is good.
A few drops of essential oil in the carrier oil is enough.
Tea tree oil
Tea tree oil
Tea tree oil shampoo
tea tree oil shampoo
Tea tree oil soap
tea tree oil soap