Kleen Green is an efficient all-purpose cleaning product for your body home, car and office. It has been designed to assist in the eradication and prevention of invisible biting mites. Examples of biting mites include; Harvest mites, Bird Mites, Lice, and Scabies. These mites will often suck blood and be responsible for hypersensitive reactions which can potentially lead to serious conditions such as Morgellons, Lyme Disease and other problems affecting the skin.
We've heard from many customers who have paid for expensive treatments such as having their homes heat treated or fumigated that don't always work. They're often told that there is no visible infestation and they are left wondering how they will ever get rid of these unwanted visitors.
Our customers often inform us that they visit their GP who automatically diagnoses Scabies and prescribes pesticide creams such as Lyclear or Derbac M. These creams are applied several times over a number of weeks but the itching doesn't go away and in some cases is worse than ever. After the pesticide creams fail to solve the problem the next step is to seek advice from a Dermatologist. It's not easy booking an appointment as there can be up to a six-week wait or you can pay privately costing as much as £200 to speed up the process. The Dermatologist will do a though examination of your skin and after a few minutes inform you that they can't see anything, you're asked not fuss about it and told it will probably clear up in a few days. This is great to hear but when you're still feeling pain from of the bites and the constant itching weeks later, you feel like your options are running out and it's just something you'll have to put up with or told its all in your mind.
You then return to your GP who insists its scabies. If you persist with your Doctor, they'll politely ask you to see a psychiatrist. You can, in some cases be noted as suffering from Delusional Paranoia Syndrome. At this point, your GP or even family and friends doubt your word and don't believe you have a skin condition.
This is where you try and find a treatment for yourself, the prescribed medicine from your GP just isn't doing the job. You may have tried finding relief treatments such as tea tree oil, neem oil, mustard powder or other remedies searching online. Whilst some of these treatments have been proven to work, they do have some unwanted side effects. These include; not smelling particularly pleasant and as most of them are oil based products they aren't suitable for cleaning your clothes or your home. Sadly the smell can sometimes lead to family and friends avoiding you. This may also stop you going to work due to stress and anxiety, caused by people asking what the horrible smell is and the last thing you want to do is explain that it's you and what you're using it for.
Eventually, people find Kleen Green, a natural solution which is extremely effective in the treatment of Morgellons, Noseeum's, and other conditions caused by mite and lice infestations affecting the skin. Kleen Green allows the skin to gently recover and provides much-needed relief, helping sufferers to get their lives back and prevents the infestation returning.
Kleen Green is a complete solution that provides lasting protection for your home and body. By following the Kleen Green method you'll be protecting the body from bites and itching, whilst using the product around the home will stop the unwanted visitors returning.
Kleen Green concentrate along with other Natural Enzymes Pest Elimination products will help you take control and if used correctly, you'll see the skin itching and biting problems diminish over the coming weeks. However, in order for the product to be effective, it must be used on a regular basis, forming part of your normal routine for both personal hygiene and cleaning your home.
Your situation will not be resolved on its own. The NHS doesn't offer a magic cure or help with home or body cleansing. You need to take action to get rid of it and get some normality back into your life.
Everyone wants the name of the thing that's biting them, causing the itching and the insufferable skin condition. If you need a name for it, just pick one, Biting Mites, Bird Mites, Morgellons Disease, the world is full of these insects and they travel with people around the world in luggage on clothing and on the body. The insect's name isn't any help in stopping the biting. The Kleen Green enzymes along with other helpful Natural Enzymes Pest Elimination products will allow you to take back control and manage these pests out of your life once and for all.
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From Bed Bugs and Mites to Morgellons
In early March 2015, I was afflicted with something rather horrid – mystery BUGS! It all came to light one evening when I felt something crawling around the nether regions of my body. It felt like a flea at first but as I didn’t have any animals, I dismissed that. Soon, another joined it, then another and another until it felt like an army of little creatures scurrying around and nipping me. I was horrified and flew to the bathroom to take a long soak to drown the little devils, whatever they were. But a hot bath didn’t deter them as more began to emerge. From then on the exodus from my bowels became a daily event. I had no idea what had invaded my body or how to banish the tiny pests. They were so small that I couldn’t even see them and thought they must be microscopic. I turned to the internet for answers and discovered that the pesticide, Permethrine Dermal cream was used for treating scabies nowadays so – intent on murder – I bought some to try it out.
I was also urged to pay a visit to my doctor, even though I didn’t think she would be able to help me. I told her that I thought I was infested with some kind of bug that must have crawled inside of me and laid eggs, which were now hatching out. The doctor gave me a funny look as if she thought I was ready for the madhouse. She informed me that there were no known insects that lived on the human body apart from scabies and crabs and did I want to see a psychiatrist? She referred me to a Dermatologist and dismissed me with a tub of emollient for my skin and advised me to fumigate my home for bed bugs.
I went home and searched for them and found three dead ones on the carpet at the foot of my bed and realised that I had to fumigate immediately. I ordered a pack of ‘bed bug bombs’ from a pest control company online and performed the process. Meanwhile, I was kept very busy dealing with my plight. I took a hot bath every evening and showered every morning, scrubbing my body with sulphur soap. I needed to change and launder my clothes, towels and bed linen every day. My washing machine soon collapsed under the strain so I had to dash out to a Curry’s store and buy a new one, which I could barely afford!
After Easter, I had a bleed from my bowel on three consecutive days and on the third day – Shock! Horror! A bed bug dropped out of me. I looked at it floating in the toilet in disbelief! What had I told the doctor? At that moment my suspicions were confirmed. I took another trip to the surgery to update her on my discovery. Because I’d had a bleed she said I needed to be referred to a consultant at the Digestive Diseases Department at Brighton Hospital and an appointment was made.
Well, if all that wasn’t enough to spoil one’s day, the bed bug must have been carrying its own little hitch-hikers in the form of mites that were also transferred to my body and soon set up home in my hair burrowing deep into the follicles, where it was difficult to drag them out. I tried all kinds of hair lotions on my hair as well as the Permethrin Dermal cream I’d been using on my body – but nothing seemed to work – these creatures kept me so busy trying to deal with them, that I became totally exhausted and collapsed into bed every evening.
The next few weeks saw me keeping appointments with a Consultant of Digestive Diseases, who discovered that I had haemorrhoids but said the bugs were a mystery. A Dermatologist, who thought the first specimen I showed her was just a woodlouse and the second was nothing but fibres and finally, with the flexible endoscopy examination, there was nothing to report – all this to no avail, since the experts did not have a clue about the mystery bugs. According to them, there were no signs at all of any infestation. I was left feeling deflated and very alone as I knew that what I was experiencing was very real and not delusional.
By mid-August, I again turned to the internet for answers. I was researching ‘mites’ and how to get rid of them when I discovered the ‘Kleen Green Natural Enzymes’ website. As it claimed to clear all kinds of pests from the body using natural ingredients, I browsed the site to see what was on offer and ordered some of their products and began using them straight away. They recommended Dyna Powder for internal cleansing and since my bugs were coming out of me, I ordered that too. It wasn’t long before I began to notice a difference and after using the special shampoo I was gradually clearing the mites from my scalp.
When I discovered Kleen Green, I also discovered a book on Amazon. It was called: Natural Ways for Healing Mites and & Morgellons by Diane Olive. Apart from finding out about ‘mites’ I also wanted to read about ‘Morgellons’ which I’d seen mentioned in other writings. I ordered the book and read it from cover to cover. From the information gleaned I suspected that I may have contracted the very controversial Morgellons Disease which is also known as the fibre disease. I read that if you have been affected by ‘mites’ you will almost certainly end up with Morgellons. The symptoms of which, are fibre balls or bunches of fibres coming out of your skin, which I was experiencing from the very beginning and throughout.
Soon after reading Diane Olive’s book, I found yet another book on Amazon: How to Get Your Life Back – from Morgellons and Other Skin Parasites by Richard Kuhns. The author had devised a diet which he called the King Diet. The aim was to starve them to death by cutting out their food supply such as sugars and yeast. As soon as I tried out this special diet the Morgellons began to drop out of me. I was finding the black fibre balls in the shower tray.
Thank goodness I discovered the Kleen Green website. It saved my life! I’ve been using it for over a year now and along with the diet, it has helped me get my life back. It really does work! It stops the itching and zaps any protein/lava that comes out of my skin. I’ve still got some way to go to overcome this disease but using the natural enzymes keeps me safe as well as others that I come into contact with. I cannot sing its praises enough and will continue to use it for as long as necessary...
Patricia, from Sussex
Life’s Little Blighters
In my wildest dreams, I could never have imagined this happening to me – but it did. This is a true account of how I contracted a controversial and bizarre disease.
Thursday evening, 5th March 2015
I was relaxing, watching some TV when I became aware of something crawling around the nether regions of my body. It felt like a flea but I didn’t have any animals so I guessed it wasn’t that. Before long, another joined it, then another and another, until it felt like an army of little creatures scurrying around and nipping me – I could feel pin-prick sensations. I was horrified! My first reaction was to run a hot bath, throw in a bucketful of salt and leap in to scrub my body and get rid of the tiny creatures, whatever they were.
After the bath, it felt wonderful to be relieved of the little pests. I went to bed and began reading a book. Not for long though as more bugs began to emerge. I wondered what kind they were and tried to search for them but as I couldn’t see anything I thought they must be microscopic like the scabies mite. The feeling of them scurrying around me was very unsettling, so in desperation, I went online to search for information. I discovered that Permethrin Dermal Cream, a pesticide that comes in a small tube, is used for scabies, nowadays. This should get rid of them I thought and ordered two tubes online to start with. But as it would take a few days for delivery, I had to pop into a Boots Chemist the following day and buy two more tubes over the counter so I could begin treatment immediately. At over ten pounds per tube, I thought it was rather expensive but with the way I was feeling at that time, I would gladly have paid a hundred pounds for the cream. I was desperate to get rid of these things – it was like gold dust to me. I followed the instructions and rubbed the cream all over my body. As soon as they come out of their hiding place they will die, I thought. I’m not sure if the cream was very effective as the things just kept coming but I felt that I needed to be doing something positive to try and banish them from my body. As the days passed, I noticed a pattern forming in their behaviour. The mornings were quiet but they would emerge in the evenings and sometimes in the early afternoons. They seemed not to bother me when I was active but as soon as I was sedentary, they would start crawling.
Sunday arrived and my daughter sent me a text message about doing the school run on Monday as I usually helped her out when she was working. I replied saying that perhaps I shouldn’t go up to her place and mix with the children for a while or at least not until I’m rid of the creepy-crawlies I was suffering from. She was straight on the landline to me for further information. I explained to her what I was experiencing and she suggested that I make an urgent appointment with my GP. An hour later my other daughter phoned and also pressed me to see my doctor. I kept putting it off because I didn’t think a doctor could help me and it would take at least two weeks to get an appointment. But they pressurised me so much I finally succumbed.
Tuesday 10th March 2015
Since I would have to wait up to two weeks for an appointment with my own doctor, I was forced to make an emergency one to see the duty doctor, which happened to be a locum. I did not want to see any doctor and have to tell them that I had bugs coming out of me. Well, you wouldn’t, would you? It was far too embarrassing. But that’s what I had to do.
So...the locum, Doctor X, calls me in. ‘How can I help?’
‘Erm...what does it say on the computer about my problem?’
He looks at the screen, ‘It says you have a rash.’
‘It does? Oh.’ Well, the lovely receptionist who made the appointment for me earlier that morning had asked for an indication as to the nature of my problem. I said that I had a bug problem which might be scabies but I wasn’t sure. However, she thought it sounded better to say I had a ‘rash’ instead. So big dilemma, the doctor wants to see evidence of a rash. Well, I was beginning to feel a bit hot under the collar, so I pointed to my neck and chest.
‘That’s not a rash.’
‘But I do have some little red dots and small pimples around my waist and on my back.’ I lifted my jumper to reveal them.
‘I can’t see any rash.’
‘Well...I think have some kind of bug infestation. I think an insect has crawled inside me and laid eggs, which are now hatching out and scurrying around my body and biting me.’
He gives me a funny look. ‘I’d better examine you then. Hop onto the couch.’
I didn’t feel comfortable with his attitude and thought he was rather brusque, so I declined the exam. He asked if I’d prefer a nurse to examine me, which I reluctantly agreed to. He disappeared for a few minutes and returned with a nurse who performed the honours. Of course, she couldn’t see a thing and I knew she wouldn’t. So I tried again to explain what I was experiencing, saying that I thought I must be infested with some kind of microscopic/parasitic creatures, that you couldn’t see. They both looked at me very strangely as if they thought I was away with the fairies.
Dr X said, ‘I think you’d better make an appointment with your regular doctor.’ He dismissed me rather rapidly. At that point, I was praying that the floor would open up and swallow me. As it didn’t, I was out of there, post-haste!
I made an appointment to see my regular doctor which wouldn’t be for another two weeks. Meanwhile, I kept myself busy trying to deal with my plight. I knew I had something rather unusual and nasty and wasn’t sure if it was contagious or not, so I isolated myself as a precaution. Furthermore, I changed and laundered my clothes, towels and bed-linen every day, while taking a hot bath every evening and showering every morning, scrubbing my body with sulphur soap. This regime kept me very busy and by early evening I was totally exhausted and would retire to bed early.
I also started to check the bath water before pulling the plug, to see what kind of creatures may have emerged. I was expecting to see things with legs, but what I actually saw were very odd indeed. They seemed to be tiny black specks either floating on the surface or settling at the bottom of the bath. I managed to retrieve some of them by using a round cotton-wool pad to hook them out and examining them under a magnifier. They were pin-prick size cotton balls. Mostly black but some were a pinkish colour. I also found the same in my bed. While ironing my bed linen I would see them in the fibres, so I ditched the sheets since I couldn’t pick them out and I felt they’d been contaminated anyway. I then abandoned my bed for the settee.
Monday 23rd March 2015
Finally, I had an appointment with my regular GP. It seemed to me that Dr Y. had already been informed about me and my problem. As soon as I sat down, she turned to me and said, ‘look...what, do you want from me? I’m just a GP. I don’t have a magic wand.’ I tried to explain my bug problem, telling her when it manifested itself and what I was doing so far to treat myself. She then went on to inform me in a very raised voice, that there was no known insect that lives on the human body other than ‘scabies’ and ‘crabs’ and since I’ve already used Permethrin cream – one tube is sufficient – do I want to see a psychiatrist? I said no. She then asked me if I suffer from compulsive behaviour. Again, I said no.
Dr Y. calmed down a little after that and started to look at my legs for any bites and suggested that I may have bedbugs.
‘Bed bugs, no, of course not? I’ve never come across those in my life!’
She said, she would refer me to a dermatologist and prescribed me with a tub of Diprobase Emollient for my skin because there is a condition whereby patients can sometimes sense a feeling of crawling insects on or under the skin and the cream would help. This condition is called ‘Formication’. I replied, saying that what I was experiencing felt very real to me and no, I was not delusional, I didn’t drink alcohol or take drugs. Nor did I suffer from mental problems. She referred me to a Dermatologist and said to go back and see her again in about three weeks time, after Easter. She also suggested that I go home and fumigate my place. I showed her some samples of the odd stuff that I was finding in the bath water and she took some to send away to the lab.Meanwhile, I went home to search for bedbugs. I was still sleeping on the sofa, so I was able to pull apart the bed frame and do a thorough search. My daughter loaned me a hand held steamer so I steamed every nook and cranny of the bed as well as going around the skirting boards in my bedroom. No signs of any bugs! I reassembled the bed and replaced the mattress and sprayed it with an eco-friendly pest control spray. The following day, I used the Hoover to clean the carpet, moving the smaller items of furniture in doing so. When I moved a pine storage chest at the end of the bed I saw three DEAD bugs on the carpet in the space between the bed and chest, which were a rust-colour, so I thought they must be bedbugs. I picked them up to take a closer look. Sure enough, the grizzly looking things were bedbugs and very dead, so I flushed them down the toilet. Why were they dead, I asked myself? Having seen the bugs, I knew for sure that I needed to fumigate as soon as possible. I went online to order three ‘bedbug bombs’ from a pest control company. As soon as they arrived I followed the instructions on how to set them off. I then locked up and went shopping for two hours. When I returned home I had to open all the windows to air the rooms for several hours.
I was curious to find out about ‘Formication’ and did some research online. I read about a young lady, who went to her doctor because she was seeing fibres coming out of her skin. Her doctor sent her to a psychiatrist, who admitted her to a psychiatric unit for tests. After about three weeks, they found nothing wrong with her brain and discharged her. But she did have parasites. She had ‘Morgellons’ disease, also known as the fibre disease. People who have this experience odd fibres and debris coming out of their skin. Sufferers, usually collect samples as evidence. This is called the ‘matchbox’ syndrome. I thought, OMG, that’s exactly what I’m doing. I thought it all rather odd at the time and soon forgot about it, since I didn’t think it was like my experience.
Saturday 28th March 2015
Today, my washing machine broke down, probably because of the overload of work it had to do. It flooded the kitchen before stopping altogether. So, I had to dash up to Curry’s in Horsham and order a new one, which I could barely afford. The new machine would arrive on Good Friday, 3rd April. Once installed, I would be able to catch up with the laundry over the Easter weekend. In the meantime, I spent the week gardening to keep busy.
Tuesday 7th April 2015
The day after Easter Monday, I had a bleed from my bowel. I thought it was unusual as it hadn’t happened before but knowing that some people suffer from haemorrhoids that bleed, I wasn’t too concerned and would be seeing my doctor again in a week’s time. However, the following day I had another bleed of bright red blood, then again on the third day. When I looked into the toilet bowl to see how much blood there was I saw a bug floating. So...was that the bug that crawled inside me and laid eggs that hatched out into tiny bugs that scurried around my body biting me, as I’d been saying all along? I hooked it out to examine it. It looked a bit like a woodlouse – I couldn’t say for sure. Then I deduced that it had to be a bed bug since woodlice are harmless creatures and are not bloodsuckers, whereas, bed bugs are after your blood. I’d already been informed that bedbugs lay their eggs on the mattress, so couldn’t think why it crawled inside me while I was sleeping. However, it was still alive and began to wriggle, which made me jump and I dropped it back down the toilet. I couldn’t be bothered to hook it out again, so I flushed it away.
Thursday 16th April 2015
I had another appointment with Dr Y. She had a trainee GP with her and was exceptionally pleasant that day. I said that I had a positive update for her and went on to say that she was right about the bedbugs and that after searching I found three dead ones in my bedroom. Because of that discovery, I fumigated all the rooms.
I then told her that I was also right about having bugs coming out of me. I informed her about the ‘bleed’ from my bowel, which happened on three consecutive days before I found a bug floating in the toilet, which I’d hooked out and confirmed it to be a bedbug. I’d then flushed it away. Dr Y said that because I’d had a ‘bleed’ she would have to refer me, to the ‘urgent two-week wait referral system’ and I would get an appointment very quickly to see a consultant at Brighton Hospital. She decided to examine me and didn’t see anything untoward. She also informed me that the samples I’d previously given her for analysing at the laboratory were nothing.
The following day I had a phone call from the appointments officer for the ‘Digestive Diseases Centre’ at the RSCH Brighton. She wanted to make an appointment for me to see Mr B, the Consultant. I wasn’t able to make Friday 24th so the officer brought it forward to Tuesday 21st.
Tuesday 21st April 2015
My appointment was in the afternoon at Mr B’s clinic. He needed to have a brief chat before referring me to the Endoscopy Unit for an examination. After discussing my bug problem and the bleed, he disappeared into his office. A young female healthcare assistant helped me onto the couch to prepare me for the exam. When Mr B came back he inserted something inside me, which I obviously couldn’t see but thought it was a short scope. He said, ‘you’ve got haemorrhoids, we can treat those but the bugs are a mystery.’ He then extracted the instrument, placing a gauze dressing over the area and disappeared again into his office, while I sorted myself out. When he returned, I showed him a sample of a bug that I’d retrieved from the bath water a while back and which I thought at the time, looked as if it would mature into an insect so stored it away with my sample collection. However, when I looked for it again to use as a specimen, I found that it had developed further and now resembled an adult bug. Mr B looked at it and said very positively, ‘that’s a bedbug.’ He went on to say that they cannot survive in my bowels. I was really pleased to hear that.
When my appointment with Mr B was over, I had to go to another department across the road, for blood tests. I was feeling a bit moist and uncomfortable from the examination I’d just had so, after the blood tests, I went to the ladies toilets to sort myself out. I took away the gauze dressing, examined it and noticed two eggs on it. I’d seen these many times in the bath water. I believe they must have been dislodged when Mr B extracted the scope from me. So...I was wondering whether the Consultant noticed any on the scope, perhaps caught up in the ‘gel’ used in such procedures or whether it was missed completely or perhaps there were none on the scope at all. But I definitely saw two on the piece of gauze, which suggested to me that more bugs were waiting to hatch out.
Thursday 23rd to Tuesday 28th April 2015
Two elderly friends from Australia were coming to stay for a few days. They were on a cruise from Dubai to Southampton and would spend a few days with me before going on to Manchester. This had been arranged since before Christmas and I couldn’t put them off. Therefore, I had to be sure that there were no bedbugs to spoil their stay, so a week before their arrival, I fumigated again. I did not want those grizzly, little blighters showing up to embarrass me!
During their stay, I took my guests out and about especially to London to see the sights. On Sunday 26th April, I took them on a tour around the Sussex countryside. It was while on this trip that I had my next bug experience. My scalp became rather itchy. I had been feeling movements in my hair for a while but thought I was imagining it. However, while on this little jaunt my scalp felt as if it was alive with creatures. I couldn’t wait to get home to investigate and prayed that whatever was plaguing me, did not hop onto my guests.
After arriving home, my two friends retired to their room, while I went to my own bathroom to sort out my itchy head. Since I didn’t have any special hair lotions, I mixed a treatment of Wild Oregano Oil (very powerful stuff) with Olive Oil and started to apply it to my hair. At this moment it seemed that the creatures had become air-borne and were hovering around me. I couldn’t see anything but they must have touched my skin because I felt a stinging sensation and my skin became red. But the redness soon disappeared. I continued to apply the treatment of oils, massaging it well into the scalp before putting on a shower cap. This should do the trick, I thought.
The following morning I awoke to the feeling of being eaten alive. I felt crawling in my eyelashes. Leaping out of bed I took a cotton make-up pad and wiped my lashes and examined it with a magnifier and saw several black specks. I concluded that since the creatures were not visible to the naked eye, they must be mites. Afterwards, I tried all sorts of hair solutions to try and get rid of them but nothing seemed to work.
Thursday 30th April 2015
After a five-week wait, I had an appointment with Dr S at the Sussex Community Dermatology Service at Haywards Heath at 10:15 a.m. Dr S asked me about the bug problem that I was experiencing. I told her my story and showed her two samples I’d brought along. The first sample was a bug similar to the one that dropped out of me after the bleed from my bowel. She said that it looked more like a woodlouse, quite different from the reddish, flat-backed male bedbugs that she displayed on her computer screen.
The sample bug I showed her was the same one that the Consultant from the Brighton Clinic had already seen and confirmed to be a bed bug. It was pale and translucent because it hadn’t lived long enough to drink blood and was probably a female, which is different from the males.
The second sample was another one hooked out of the bath water. Dr S looked at it and said it was nothing but fibres. Well, I’d seen a lot of this fibre stuff that came out of my body. Some of it was pinprick size cotton balls and some seemed to be just bunches of fibres.
Dr S took a quick look at my anal area and found nothing untoward. What did she expect to see – little creatures popping their heads out and waving little flags? It was 10:30 a.m. They don’t come out to order, only when they want to feed, which is from around early afternoons to evenings. At no time did the Dermatologist examine my skin elsewhere. When I told her that I was having a flexible endoscopy, she said the doctors would be able to suck them out. She then went on to say that I was coping very well in treating myself and to carry on using the emollient and referred me back to my own doctor. I was not impressed!
Thursday 10th June 2015
I had an appointment with Consultant, Mr W at The Princess Royal Hospital, Haywards Heath, for a flexible endoscopy. Beforehand, I followed the instructions in the information booklet to prepare for it, which included performing an enema two hours before my appointment.
Everything went well during the procedure, which I watched on the computer screen. However, when the consultant was extracting the flexible scope that was retroflexed in the rectum, I hoped to get a glimpse of the haemorrhoids that I was supposed to have but saw nothing. I did see something black that really stood out against the pink flesh. ‘What’s that?’ I said. Mr W replied that it was nothing, just a speck. Then he jokingly said, ‘it’s not an animal.’ He knew that I was concerned about bugs. I have to say that I’d seen many of these black specks in the bath water as well as the bed and when magnified, they look like cotton balls. So I didn’t feel that it was nothing – more like something missed.
His Report said that he found no evidence at all of an infestation. I’d performed an enema two hours before the appointment. What’s the purpose of that? To sluice, out.
There was no mention of the black speck we both saw.
I must add that all the hospital doctors and nursing staff that I came into contact with during the various appointments, were all very kind and professional in their manner. However, none of them had a clue about the mysterious bugs.
In the days after the flexible endoscopy appointment and since having the enema, I was hoping that there would be no more bugs emerging from my bowel. But I was to be disappointed as debris was still coming out, although not as much as before. It was mostly pin-prick size cotton balls and other odd debris that I couldn’t identify. I was still having problems with an itchy scalp which I thought must be mites that had come with the bedbugs. There are many species of mites. Honey bees are dying off because of mite infections – so why not bedbugs? If they were infected with mites, that could explain why I only found dead ones in my bedroom when searching for them, also, it could explain they're odd behaviour in crawling inside of me to lay eggs instead of laying them on the mattress since I was told that is what they do. However, trying to get rid of the mites, I used various over the counter hair solutions from Boots Chemists but nothing seemed to work. Sometimes I felt things drop down onto my eyelashes and into my eyes. It felt like grit and I would have to bathe my eyes with Optrex. The mites seemed to settle everywhere, even in my nose and ears. I could feel them on my face and would use a cotton make-up pad applied with surgical spirits to cleanse it. When I examined the pad under a magnifier, there were black specks and fibres in red, black and blue, on it. I thought again that this was very odd.
By mid-August, I went online to search for information on mites and more importantly – how to get rid of them. I discovered the website of Kleen Green Natural Enzymes. This UK Company produces a formula of natural ingredients for clearing all kinds of pests from your body – NATURALLY. So I browsed the site to read their information and the customer reviews. I decided that this was just what I needed rather than using the Permethrin pesticide cream. I bought the smaller sizes of their products to test them out, which were a concentrated formula to be diluted and put into a spray bottle for use on the body after bathing and showering. I also purchased their special shampoo, a hair conditioner and a body wash. For inner cleansing, they recommended Dyna Powder (Diatomaceous Earth) the food grade. Since my bugs went internal I thought I’d better have some of that too.
Natural Enzymes works differently to the pesticide creams and is non-toxic. Soon after beginning this new treatment, I began to notice a difference and found that I was also gradually clearing the mites from my hair. I felt confident that I was making progress at last.
During my online research, I came across a book on Amazon. It was called, Natural Ways for Healing Mites and Morgellons, by Diane Olive. Apart from finding out about mites, I was curious to learn about ‘Morgellons’ as I’d seen it mentioned briefly in other reading matter, so I purchased the book as I needed all the information I could get.
After reading the book by an American author, Diane Olive, a ‘Morgellons’ sufferer, I began to realise that I was displaying symptoms as described by other sufferers mentioned in her book. I knew I had fibres coming out of my body, as I was seeing them in the bath water as well as in my bed and also from my facial skin. I also wondered if my hands were affected so I tested them by using a cotton make-up pad sprayed with Kleen Green, rubbing the backs of them and examining the pad under a magnifier. Sure enough, there were tiny fibres in red and black. I’d just completed a knitted garment for a great-grandchild arriving in October and wondered if the fibres had been transferred to it. I examined the garment under a magnifier and found several fibres in red and black amongst the stitches – as a result, there was no way I could give it to a new baby.
From what I’d discovered, ‘Morgellons’ is very controversial since it is not recognised as a disease by the Medical Profession. They say it only exists in the heads of the sufferers – really?
Monday 30th November 2015
It had been several months since I last saw my doctor, so...surely it wasn’t too soon for another visit just to update her on my bug condition. I wanted to let her know how I was coping and managing to treat myself and pass on new information I had. So I made an appointment to see her, taking with me some recent fibre specimens as well as a ’Kleen Green’ information leaflet. I also took with me ‘Diane Olive’s’ book that I’d read.
Dr Y was not in a receptive mood that day. As soon as I entered the consulting room, she said, ‘oh...it’s you again.’ I guessed that I was in for another hard time! I don’t know why since I only wanted to be helpful by letting her know how I was treating myself and coping with this horrid affliction.
However, I informed her that apart from the bedbugs I was also affected by mites that were in my hair and getting into my eyes, ears and nose. Due to this I’d gone online to research them and discovered the ‘Kleen Green’ site and started using their products and was getting positive results. I went on to say that having read Diane Olive’s book about Mites and Morgellons, I suspected that I may have contracted the very controversial ‘Morgellons Disease’ as I was displaying the symptoms mentioned by various sufferers’ stories in Diane Olive’s book. When I mentioned fibres coming out of my skin, Dr Y went off on a rant, trying to convince me otherwise. She decided not to look at the specimens I’d brought along, but noted the title of the book and accepted the Kleen Green information sheet. Afterwards, I was given another pot of cream and dismissed since I’d taken up too much of her time already and she had other patients to see.
I’d already ordered another book from Amazon, which arrived two days after the Doctor’s appointment. It was called ‘How to Get Your Life Back From Morgellons & Other Skin Parasites.’ It was written and Published by an American author Richard Kuhns B.S. Ch.E NGH Certified.
Having already self-diagnosed that I may have contracted ‘Morgellons Disease’, I needed to know how to get my life back. I read the book and found out how the author, devised a special diet, which he called the ‘King Diet’. He discovered through trial and error over a decade, which foods activated the parasites and which ones did not. Since parasites feed off of your body they would not leave voluntarily so the aim is to purge them out of you by starving them to death. It sounds straightforward but they’re stubborn creatures. So early in December, I started on a diet – cutting out all sugars and yeast and any processed foods and only consuming fresh and natural foods such as fresh leafy vegetables, tomatoes and salads, all kinds of rice, sulphur foods such as eggs, raw onion and garlic. No fruits except bananas and lemons and to drink water only. It is alright to eat all kinds of meat but as I’m a vegetarian, I ate eggs for protein. Soon after starting this eating plan, the ‘Morgellons’ (fuzz balls) began dropping out of me while bathing or showering. At last, I was seeing positive results. It was also advised to take the supplement, L-Glutathione Maximum strength and Vitamin C – 500mg as well.
In January 2016 I researched Morgellons online and discovered numerous sites but decided to print off a few pages from: ‘Morgellons UK – 2016 Campaign, which was set up by a group of healthcare workers who were concerned about the number of reports arising from across several counties. They wanted to raise awareness to the public and professionals about an emerging disease. I thought this information would be useful and reading through, it gives various symptoms of the disease as well as descriptions of the fibres and odd debris that comes out of the skin, which I could identify with. ‘Morgellons’ is also Systemic, which means it can affect all of the body’s systems. (For the first time ever at Christmas time when I was out in the cold weather, my fingers became numb and the tips turn black, even though I wore gloves. I note that poor capillary refill, Reynaud’s syndrome, is one of the symptoms.)
‘Morgellons’ sufferers may also test positive for Lyme’s Disease. Most people have heard of Lime’s disease – if, for example, you’ve picked up a ‘tick’ that is carrying the bacteria, you are likely to contract the disease. I believe it can be treated with antibiotics. Similarly, if you are afflicted with insects such as bed bugs, head lice, ticks or mites that are carrying bacteria, then you may also contract ‘Morgellons’ Disease, which I unknowingly did. However, most people have never heard about this newly emerging disease so obviously, there is no medical treatment available.
Sometime in late August after showering and applying the Natural Enzymes all over my skin with my hand, I felt gritty bits on my shoulders and after investigating, by rubbing a cotton-wool pad over the area, then examining it under a magnifier, I discovered that filamentous fibres were coming out. I’d also developed a kind of rash on my shoulders, chest and neck areas, which felt like coarse sandpaper when I rubbed my hand over it. I also developed a red scaly patch on my left shoulder, which still remains. The rash subsided a little over a few weeks but still remains on my neck and shoulders as well as on my back and waist area, which now feels like fine sandpaper. These are called lesions and are signs of ‘Morgellons’ Disease.
I must say that this is the most bizarre thing I have ever experienced – it’s horrid and debilitating! So far it has cost me a fortune! Sufferers often have to live with this for many years before they are finally clear of it.
Throughout the following months, I’ve been continuing my regime of, special diet, bathing and spraying Natural Enzymes on my body and will continue to do so until such time it decides to leave me.
Where did the bed bugs come from? The incubation period for the hatching out of bedbugs is up to seventeen days. So...thinking back from when they hatched out from me, takes me to late February 2015 when I came into contact with the grizzly things. I believe that I could have picked them up from a pub/restaurant in Brighton, which was a rather rustic place with bare floorboards and tables, also very dim lighting – the sort of conditions that could harbour bedbugs – although, I’ll never know for sure.
Below is further information.
Morgellons UK – 2016 Campaign www.morgellonsuk.org.uk
Kleen Green Natural Enzymes www.naturalenzymes.co.uk
The Charles E Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation www.thecehf.org
Appointment Tips for Morgellons Patients
(Tips for Surviving Your Doctor Appointments)
Natural Ways to Healing Mites & Morgellons by Diane Olive
How to Get Your Life Back – From Morgellons and Other Skin Parasites by Richard Kuhns
Patricia, Sussex, UK
P.S. I am not delusional!
Insects and Other Pests
What Are Mites?
There are over 48,000 species of mites. They can be found in almost every corner of the world, surviving everywhere from tropical environments to arid ecosystems, even indoors alongside humans.
Like ticks, mites are both arthropods and arachnids, but unlike ticks, not all mites are parasites. Some—like house dust mites—are scavengers, feeding off the dead skin and hair of humans. Some mites feed on mold and other plant-life. Some are symbiotic, living on the backs of insects like bees. And, yes, some are parasitic—like bird mites, rat mites and chiggers—which feed on the blood or skin of their hosts.
Do Mites Affect Humans?
You might be surprised to learn that the overwhelming majority of American homes have mites. The good news is that most mites are harmless to humans. However, there are in fact a few species that bite or pose other health risks to people. The extremely irritating skin condition scabies, for instance, is caused by an allergic reaction to the itch mite, which burrows into the skin of mammals to live and lay eggs. Mange is often the result of the same itch mite, along with another species, the Demodex mite (or eyelash mite), which infests the eyelashes of millions of people each year. The Demodex mite has also been linked to rosacea.
The most common biting mites found in the home are rat mites and bird mites. These two parasitic species prey mostly on small animals, but occasionally feed on humans too, causing dermatitis and acute itching. Another common household mite, the dust mite, is not parasitic and therefore does not bite; however, it’s a leading cause of allergies and has been found to cause asthma, too.
Insects and Other Pests
Insects are made up of a high concentration of protein. When Kleen Green is introduced to an insect, the enzymes cause the insect to molt (shed its outer coating) prematurely. These enzymes are accepted in the pest removal industry, because they leave no toxic residues and the effect on the insect exoskeleton is quick and safe. Poison pesticides attack the nervous system of the insect, which is not always effective. University research has noted that some insects have developed a resistance to poison-based products!
What is Kleen Green™?
Kleen Green™ is an enzyme cleaner. It digests grease and other organic matter. Cleans and deodorizes floors, walls, chrome and other surfaces not harmed by water. It can be used with pressurized, mechanical and manual systems or in conjunction with hand sprayers, mops or cloth.
*Water temperatures below 18 C will prolong the time required for optimal cleaning. The ideal temperature for use is 36 C.
A No-Residue Formula
Effective against fungi, mold, mildew and insects
Non-Flammable - contains no combustible materials
Hypoallergenic - contains no known allergen to irritate the skin or respiratory system, will not impair vision or cause rashes
Rinseable - washes off completely in water, does not leave streaks or bead stains. Once rinsed, the product leaves a non-magnetic, non-static finish inhibiting accumulation of dust or grime.
Kleen Green™ is a non-bacterial, extremely concentrated, readily biodegradable product deriving its efficacy through three primary sources:
A readily biodegradable blend of select surfactants chosen for their emulsification attributes and relatively low order of aquatic toxicity.
A concentrated, supplemented, mineral and nutrient-rich extract derived from a carefully controlled fermentation.
The incorporation of a broad-spectrum enzyme package from a proprietary fermentation of innocuous yeast strains.Kleen Green is a non-bacterial, extremely concentrated, readily biodegradable product deriving its efficacy through three primary sources:
Why should you use enzymes instead of chemicals?
Enzymes can be used to replace harsh conditions and harsh chemicals, thus saving energy and preventing pollution. They are also highly specific, which means fewer unwanted side-effects and by-products in the production process. Enzymes themselves are biodegradable, so they are readily absorbed back into nature.
A Multi-purpose Cleaner for removeing mites and grime from around your home and off your body.
This all-organic biodegradable cleaner penetrates and emulsifies all types of organic matter on all surfaces. It is an environmentally friendly alternative to harsh cleaning chemicals and is highly effective for cleaning all surfaces including tile, walls, floors, carpets, rugs and upholstery. This unique and highly effective product is specifically designed to clean and biodegrade organic stains such as blood, vomit, urine, waste, food and other such difficult stains.
Kleen Green™ attacks stains at first application then continues working to safely biodegrade the residual traces of these organic stains. Especially effective on hard-to-clean surfaces such as tile grouting, corners, cracks and crevices where germs colonize, plus carpets and furniture where removal of organic stains is difficult
The unique odour control action includes the absorption of odour molecules on contact, and replacement of offensive odours with a pleasant, refreshing fragrance. Use diluted as a spray air freshener, or cleaning solution. Effective on smoke, cooking, waste and other undesirable odours.
Active ingredients: A specially formulated broad spectrum of NATURAL enzymes (protease, amylase, cellulose, lipase) derived from innocuous yeast strains. FDA .Grade A food ingredients. GRAS (FDA Generally Regarded As Safe) List Parts 184 and 186. This product is not a pesticide.
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Home and Body Cleansing with Concentrated, Kleen Green Enzymes
Method to Clean Your home or dealing with a pest infestation
Kleen Green Concentrate dilution = 1 to 7 parts water
100 ml add 700 ml of water = 800ml
50 ml add 350 ml of water = 400 ml
Kleen Green Solution can be used as a (ready to use spray) when stored in a spray bottle. You can use your spray anywhere that is safe to spray water and will clean and clear pests, grime, bateria and germs at the same time. While knowing you're safe from the use of harsh unhealthy chemicals around yourself or family on a daily basis.
WASHING MACHINE use pour 30ml per load, of concentrate directly into wash load without detergent for a fresh clean laundry.
We advise you give your clothes a hot tumble dry when dealing with pests and when clothes have been dryed outside to be sure you bring no hitch hikers, (insects) into your home a 20 minute tumble dry will help to reassure you.
Tip: Boil wash with your whites to brighten them.
Kleen Green is safe to use in humidifiers. Pour 60ml to 120ml, into your humidifier for eliminating odors and controlling air born bacteria, germs and pests.
Kleen Green can be used in steamers and carpet cleaners add 30ml with water to the compartment.
Method of Bathing in Kleen Green
Run a very warm bath upto hip height, add 100ml to 200ml depending on body size.
Relax and enjoy a bath for 30 minutes with out the need to use any other soap or cleansing products.
Kleen Green will do it all for you, removeing dirt, grease and dead skin with any pest or lice or mites that may be on the body.
For best results allow your body to dry naturally. Note/ (Enzymes will carry on working for sometime and can still be used, perhaps for washing the car, floors, walls or even in the garden to remove insects from plants or trees. So before you pull that bath plug, consider is there anywhere you could use the enzymes water to benefit you around your home.)
Kleen Green is naturally safe for all, from babies to the elderly and mothers to be who may prefer NOT, to use chemicals in pregnancy or when dealing with the Scabies mites.
Other uses :nappy rash, athletes foot, Face cleanser, used daily for best results. Kleen Green is safe to use as often as is needed.
When using Kleen Green you have a tool for you to use to protect, prevent and neutralize pests as you clean and bath each day.
We cannot guarantee you will rid yourself of any pest without your own organized and diligent day to day effort. While using Kleen Green daily to clean your home and body.
How to use Kleen Green™ For Cleaning away Pests with Enzymes
This nontoxic product provides superior cleaning in the entire home eradicating and digesting dirt, bacteria and microscopic mites - even dust mites.Spray and/or mist cracks, crevices, around window and door frames daily for several days. Note/ Wardrobes, walls, ceiling, anywhere water can be safely sprayed you can clean and eliminate most pests,germs and bacteria as you do your daily cleaning routine.
Persistence and patience will give the best results when using Kleen Green.If dealing with a pest infestation., there's NO need to leave your home like that with pesticides.Kleen Green does not produce any toxic fumes. Kleen Green Enzymes eliminates offensive odors.Safe to spray on all surfaces: carpet, bedding, walls, floors and furniture.
Simply spray the mixture on and wipe off. In some instances, waiting 1-2 minutes before wiping off is more effective.
*Always test an inconspicuous area for coluor fastness before using. When a use is not specifically mentioned, follow the general instructions, and test in an inconspicuous place.
The following directions are intended only as a general guide for the many uses of Kleen Green™. Individual needs may differ. Start with the suggested mix strength, and adjust to your needs.Kleen Green™ Mixture Guide*
Glass: Spray on and wipe off. If glass or mirror streak or smear, dilute mix with additional water.
Washing Machine: Add 30ml to your wash cycle. Use in place of bleach to brighten and freshen.
Fabric and Upholstery: Spray and allow time for enzymes to work. Blot with a rough towel or rinse with water. For stubborn stains, use a stronger mixture and soak overnight.
Carpet Cleaning: For stains and odors, chewing gum, grease, tar, etc.: Spray, allow time to work, then blot clean with a rough towel. Stubborn stains and odors may need more than 1 treatment, or a slightly stronger mix. Adding 1/2 to 1 cup of borax to the gallon produces an even better result. When using a carpet cleaning machine, use warm or hot water with KLEEN GREEN™.
Toilet Bowl: Add 30ml. to bowl and wait 30 minutes, brush and flush.For extra cleansing pour hot water into the toilet with the Kleen Green as this helps the enzymes to work faster.
Pet Stains and Odours: Either spot clean by spraying with KLEEN GREEN™ and blotting dry with a towel or clean carpets as above.
Pet Odor/Dander: 60ml. per 1 gallon. Spray coat or fur of pet (avoid eyes).
Kennels/Stables: 30ml. per gallon. To deodorize kennel runs, patios, stables, trailers, remove animals and spray with a garden hose sprayer.
Kleen Green™ is a non-bacterial, extremely concentrated, readily biodegradable product deriving its efficacy
|Full Strength Mix
|1part concentrate to 7parts water
||30ml to 1 gal. of water
||15 drops per 1000ml