Scabies are real living bugs- you are not suppressing anything by using
Ointment to kill them. It is not like eczema which
Is an internal condition that the body is pushing out to the skin and ointment
Suppresses the symptom and drives it deeper into the body and then many people get allergies bc the eczema was suppressed.
When I used lice shampoo on my family I was killing bugs- not suppressing
Anything. Same thing as scabies.
♥ simone717 9 months agoThat's what I figured too, that's what makes sense to me, but if you read homeopathy literature there are many references to suppressed scabies and all the problems it can cause. And if a remedy could give me an immunity then that would be more lasting anyway. But it feels irresponsible to let them live and proliferate, that's how they get spread to other people. So the only way is to attack it from both angles at the same time. I haven't used the permethrin because I read that it can kill cats, and there's no chance that they wouldn't walk on me while I'm sleeping and then lick themselves, and I'm not going to risk poisoning them, but there are other things that kill scabies. I'm obviously keeping the population down, but they're not eliminated, and I think the main reason is that the cats keep giving them back to me. I wash my bedclothes every day but that only helps so much if cats come and get in bed with me. They go to the vet on Wednesday, I'll probably try to give them a bath before that, I don't think I can shave them though, I don't have one of those hair clippers and I wouldn't know how to use it if I did, and I don't foresee them sitting still for it. But I'll do what I can.
LisaX 9 months ago
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