While somewhat difficult to treat, Morgellons disease can be effectively managed using a number of natural remedies. Common treatments of the disease involve alfalfa, peroxide and chlorella; however, other options are also available. While an actual cure for the condition has yet to be identified, many natural options effectively manage the symptoms of the condition.
What is Morgellons Disease?
The given name for an unexplained skin condition, Morgellons disease is characterized by painful sores as well as crawling sensations within and under the skin. Additionally, fibers and solid materials emerging from the sores are also common.
Morgellons disease may also present a number of other symptoms including skin rashes, intense itching, stinging or biting in the skin, sever fatigue, difficulty concentrating and short-term memory loss. The cause of the disease is unknown.
Natural Remedies for Morgellons
Morgellons is a largely misunderstood disease, but several treatment options have been identified. Many common remedies focus on treating the symptoms and jointly the cause. Alfalfa, peroxide and chlorella have been shown to be effective for treating the condition.
Alfalfa is an herb used in the treatment of many conditions. The herb itself creates an alkaline environment in the body, an environment in which many diseases cannot survive. Dissolved in hot both water, alfalfa penetrates the skin and eliminates the fibrous material causing the pain and discomfort associated with Morgellons.
Hydrogen peroxide is a natural compound composed of hydrogen peroxide. When hydrogen peroxide is introduced into the body, it oxidizes releasing hydrogen and oxygen and eliminating invasive cells, viruses and bacteria. When taken orally or used as a bath treatment, hydrogen can eliminate the underlying cause of Morgellons.
Chlorella is a type of algae found in fresh water that is used to create nutritional supplements. This compound contains powerful amino acids, peptides, proteins, vitamins and nucleic acids. These properties increase the good bacteria in the body and eliminate the bad, so it serves as an effective treatment for Morgellons.
While Morgellons disease is still largely not understood; however, many treatment options have been identified as effective. Treatments include alfalfa baths, hydrogen peroxide treatments and chlorella supplements as well as others.