Scabies, maybe bird or chicken mitesAround Thanksgiving, I noticed itchy bumps on both hands, at the base of both thumbs. My cat brought some pigeon feathers into the house around that time. I put coconut oil and lavender essential oil on it, the bumps on my left hand went away, but I still have the ones one my right hand, which started showing indications of scabies with volcano-like bumps and tracks. Then I went to a friend's house and he said he had a wild chicken run through his house here in Hawaii and he thinks he has chicken mites. Since I visited him, I have gotten a massive rash on the top of both feet that is similar but different, bumps are bright red and itch massively. It is spreading up my ankles and the backs of both calves. So far I have been using a blend of essential oils; clove bud, peppermint, eucalyptus, tea tree, cedarwood and tangerine in a water based spray. I also use tea tree straight which helps ease the pain and itching, I spray Citra-Solve over my couch, car, carpet and bed, I wash all bedding, towels and clothes daily in hot water, Borax and CitraSolve. I rub a water based blend of epsom salt and MSM powder all over my body then apply a green clay paste every night before bed. For awhile, it seemed to help; I had a large rash begin on my stomach which went mostly away, but the rash on my feet is spreading and getting worse. Maybe it's the clay/salt blend, but the skin on my feet is now dark red and very dry. New bumps are red and raised. This is very painful and extremely itchy and scaring me badly. I tried Sulphur 30c, 2 pills in 3 doses, nothing changed. Please help me, Homeopaths!
Marilyn1961 on 2012-03-01
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