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Cat With Morgellons

Hi, I am new to the forum.

I have a 13 yr old long-haired red-head female cat with an unidentifiable infection.

The infection consists of tubes in the skin of the tail and low back, which contain bugs. The bugs itch and bite. They bite people, but don't live on people. There is a black pepper-like dusting on the skin.

It is not any known kind of mange or lice. It does not respond to any mange or lice treatments.

I would like to try homeopathy with her. Any ideas?

I am considering sufur 30 once a week, to repel parasites.

Or sulfur 6 three times a day to heal skin.

I have psorinum 30C. Can I use that? I read it helps humans with mite-like issues. Does anyone know how to dose a cat with psorinum?

Any advice about which to try first, and how long to use them would be great.

She has had the condition for years.

wered on Thu, 18 Oct 2012 21:24:10 BST]
[message edited by SoularPowered on Thu, 18 Oct 2012 21:24:56 BST]
[message edited by SoularPowered on Fri, 19 Oct 2012 03:15:23 BST]
  SoularPowered on 2012-10-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give her COCA 30 in the morning and evening for 3 days and see how that affects in next 7 days.

If that doesn't help give her Sulphur 30 in the morning and evening for 2 days and see how that affects in next 7 days.
kadwa 7 years ago
Sorry, are those potencies 30x or 30c?
SoularPowered 7 years ago
kadwa 7 years ago
Thank you. I appreciate your advice. I ordered the medicines, and will post back when I have the results of the coca.
SoularPowered 7 years ago

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