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skin allergy to dust mites/insect bites

my daughter suffers intense unbearable itching from contact with dust mites etc.
we would be so grateful for any remedies to desensitize and remove this allergy.
thank you in advance... i know that homeopathy is the only solution to this problem.
  dinxe on 2009-02-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
please describe your daughter in terms of her mental nature, any other physical symptoms and their modalities, response to weather etc.

whats her age, how does behave with parents, friends, strangers etc.

describe the affected skin, location, colour, texture and what makes the itch better or worse.
rishimba last decade
she is 38 years old. it is possible/probable that the problem might be scabies. her skin is clear but she can see tiny black spots occasionally with a magnifying glass where the skin is swollen and itching. she has tried tea tree oil but it is too irritating. she keeps everything around her spotlessly clean but even sitting on an upholstered chair away from home causes reinfection. is there a remedy that could decrease allergic sensitivity?
your help is much appreciated - thank you.
dinxe last decade

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