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The True Cause of Blackheads

 

They tell us that Blackheads are a form of acne, indicated by little black specks on the skin. Chiefly found on the nose, forehead and chin, the ✝️ zone. The black speck on the top gives this little cylinder of “fat” the appearance of a head, hence the name. Butt, it’s really a tail, and we have been told tall tales about WTF blackheads really are. The nose knows what the eyes can’t see…

 

The technical term for a blackhead is Comedo. Borrowed from Latin cōmoedus, from Ancient Greek kōmōidós, (“chorus singer or comic poet”), and from kōmōidía, (“comedy or play”). In a sense, you wear a black mask when your face is ‘riddled’ with blackheads. And funny how they sell us ‘masks’ to try and remove them. All mockery of us. The most popular blackhead removal mask, being the black charcoal peel off one.

 

The word comedo is from the Latin word comedō, meaning “glutton.” From con– +‎ edō, meaning I eat or chew up, I consume or devour. Blackheads are really caused by the waste parasites create in your pores, as they chew up and devour the oils it produces. We get them predominantly from touching others, linen and from the filth in our tap water. We wash and wash our faces, and continue to reinfest ourselves with these creatures that filthify our skin.

 

We are told that blackheads are ‘normal’ precisely because our reality is now impure, and in impure lands, parasites that crawl on your skin, defecate and breed on it, are indeed considered ‘normal’. You have to always remember who these creatures are that are setting the ‘normal’ parameters.

 

Ēdō, more specifically means; I give out, put or bring forth, eject, discharge, I produce, bear, give birth to, yield, form and beget. The Japanese translation is えど, meaning feces. Buddhism translates the word as 穢土, meaning the impure world we live in, the Impure Land, the earthly realm and the land of the living. An anagram of 穢土 is 浄土 (jōdo) which has the opposite meaning of the Pure Land, Nirvana, or hallowed ground.

 

Hallowed means to make holy, consecrated or sanctified. Hallow also means a shout or cry. Because we all speak lies, therefore resonate in the frequency of filthy, so our reality allows filth to thrive and infest us. Why they say your “nose will grow if you tell lies.” Meaning, you feed the blackheads in your nose with the acidic frequency of the lies you tell. Pin in the occhio (eye) indeed. In the end, it’s all about frequency, and making a shift back to residing in truth. However, a battle can still be waged in the material realm, to a degree, against these serpent parasite creatures. Parasites are the daily battle we all face to try and maintain health, as we are re infested with them daily. You are their host, that they want to turn into a G-host.

 

Tails of the Demodex Parasite in a hair follicle.

 

In the past, blackheads were sometimes referred to as ‘flesh worms’. “When examined under a microscope, blackheads are frequently found to contain a whole family of parasites, male, female and their progeny” (Ayer, 1899, pp. 137-138).

 

Although several species of the parasite/mite Demodex exist, only 2 inhabit humans, namely Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis. These ectoparasites (living outside the human body) are the most common organism found on the human body, and their presence increases with age. D. folliculorum, the larger of the two species (0.3-0.4mm), has an affinity for hair follicles; including eyelashes, eyebrows, nose and ear hair, scalp, chest hair, underarms, etc. and is typically found in groups. Alternatively, the shorter species, D. brevis (0.2-0.3mm), has a preference for sebaceous glands, including those on the face and the meibomian glands, and tend to live on their own. The word Demodex originates from the Greek word demos meaning ‘fat’ and dex meaning ‘worm’. These are skin oil eating parasites that now infest all of us!

 

The life cycle of Demodex varies between 14 to 18 days, going through different stages, starting with the egg to larval stage, then to adult mite. The adult mite has four bud-type legs on either side of its head, and has a head to body ratio of 1:2 for the D. folliculorum and 1:1 for D. brevis. Female mites can lay as many as 10-12 eggs at a time, consequently leading to overpopulation of the infected area, if left unmanaged. Prevalence of Demodex infestation increases with age, with a reported 100% of patients 70 years of age.

 

In a study of 862 male and 215 female patients, volunteers were tested from the face area with a standard superficial skin biopsy method and studied samples were taken. More than five parasites in 1 cm(2) density was defined as positive. In investigated samples, 37.3% Demodex spp. positivity was detected. Only two were found to be D brevis and the others were D folliculorum. The study revealed statistically significant relationships between the positivity of parasites with the occupational group, age and sex.

 

Demodex are not found on newborn babies, but are acquired shortly after birth, due to maternal or environmental contact. All those rashes babies get are Demodex infestations. Though less parasites are found on the skin of children under ten years of age, until their skin starts producing larger amounts of sebum in teenage years. Those ‘normal’ acne outbreaks that many teenagers go through, is their skin reacting allergically to its first deep infestation of Demodex parasites.

 

Demodex folliculorum prefers areas where sebum production is high, and is typically found in hair follicles on the human face, generally in greater numbers around the cheeks, nose, and forehead, but also elsewhere on the face, eyelids and ears. The mites may also be found on other parts of the body, such as the chest and buttocks.

 

The existence of the mite outside the human body is limited, although the exact timing is unknown 🙄 Demodex parasites avoid light and bury themselves head first in the follicles or glands, with only the tail visible at the opening. Within the hair follicle, it is found above the sebaceous gland, positioned head downward, with the end of abdomen often protruding from the hair follicle. Inhabited follicles can contain 2–6 parasites, but greater numbers can occur. They usually travel on the skin at night.

 

D. folliculorum burrows down the hair follicle to lay its eggs and ingests the gland lining using its sharp mouth, resulting in follicular distension and trichiasis (misdirected lashes). Debris and waste generated by the parasites accumulates at the root of the hair or lashes, and is observed as a gelatinous cylindrical ‘sleeve’ or cylindrical dandruff at the base of the eyelash or hair, which are pathognomonic for parasite infestation. This is also the case with blackheads.

 

High numbers of Demodex are associated with blepharitis and acne rosacea. They block the hair follicle, carry disease-causing bacteria, and after death, their bodies can cause either inflammation, a delayed hypersensitivity response, or an innate immune response. Hence all those acne outbreaks.

 

Demodex are the ‘root’ cause of baldness too, so stay away from all those balding romo homo men with their Roman soldier shaven hair cuts, because a rampant parasite infestation is causing their baldness.

 

Demodex mites have also been reported to act as vectors for the bacteria staphylococci and streptococci, either by carrying them on their body or within their gut (bacillus oleronius).

 

Staphylococci is a bacterium of a genus that includes many pathogenic kinds that cause pus formation, especially in the skin and mucous membranes. The word comes from Greek staphulē ‘bunch of grapes’ + kokkos ‘berry’. Staph infections are caused by staphylococcus bacteria, types of germs commonly found on the skin or in the nose, even of healthy individuals.

 

So these Demodex fkers are the real cause of colds, flus and many pus or mucus forming infections. They can cause illness directly by infection, or indirectly, through products they make. Staph bacteria are very adaptable, and many varieties have become resistant to antibiotics. Only about 5% of today’s staph infections can still be cured with penicillin. While certain staph bacteria cause mild skin infections, other strains of can wreak havoc in the bloodstream and bones, sometimes leading to amputations.

 

It has been demonstrated that Staph Aureus infection significantly interferes with semen quality and activity. It deteriorates the volume of semen and the concentration of sperm, as well as the motility, morphology, and vitality of sperm. Now think about why they have you wear masks now! They tell you that they “reduce” infection, but as always with their lies, the opposite is true. In fact, there has been many studies proving that it is safer not to wear masks even in surgery. Fools you all are, being played by the Jokers that laugh at you!

 

Masks 😷🎭

 

Some people apply natural substances with antimicrobial properties to Staphylococci skin infections, such as tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, eucalyptus essential oil, oregano essential oil, and others, to help them heal. Funnily enough, these are all used to cure Demodex too.

Streptococci is a bacterium of a genus that includes the agents of souring of milk and dental decay, and haemolytic pathogens, causing various infections, such as scarlet fever and pneumonia. Streptococcal bacteria are contagious. They can spread through droplets when someone with the infection coughs or sneezes, or through shared food or drinks. Morphologically a compound of strepto- +‎ -coccus. They grow in chains or pairs, thus the name from Ancient Greek streptós, “twisted or pliant”, like a chain.

 

The difference between the 2 is that Strep is found in the respiratory tract, while Staph is found on the skin. “Stress from the pandemic could make you more susceptible to strep throat”, according to Dr Matthew Hahn. Lol, no, it’s the masks and the intensified frequency of fear 🙄 We all need to get back to the 💚 heart frequency ASAP!

 

Thyme oil is a common home remedy for strep throat symptoms. It is effective in killing bacteria taken from patients with oral and respiratory infections. Add 1 to 2 drops of thyme oil to a glass of water and gargle, or add thyme oil to your bath for relief of body aches. It’s about thyme you all wake up to what is being done to you! 😴😷💉

 

By 1915, any relationship between Demodex and blackheads had been discounted, and only the belief that blackheads were caused by “dirt” persisted. This puzzled the German dermatologist Paul Gerson Unna [1850-1929], as he found that the black was due to melanin, not dirt. Unna found that the black head existed in comedones that were so deeply seated in the skin, that the overlying layers of epithelium rendered these invisible, so that he was compelled to suppose that if dirt was the real cause of this coloration, it must have gotten there while the follicles were open, and then the epidermis had grown over the opening of the follicle. But he found that this was not the case, and argued, that if dirt was the cause, then black-headed comedones should be found with the greatest frequency in coal miners and others engaged in dusty occupations, and also more frequently in the face than in other part of the body. However, this was not the case!

 

The crucial test was then applied by Unna, of examining the substance microscopically, and no dirt or indication of dirt were found. Unna’s finding, that the dark spots were caused by melanin, was supported by Blair and Lewis in 1970, when they reported that albinos do not get blackheads. They said that melanin is oxidized and turns the clogged pores to a black color, not dirt. We have been lied to about everything! These parasites on our skin are WAY more dangerous to our health than we have been led to believe!

 

The butterfly Neomyrina Nivea is found in the Indomalayan realm. Nivea means ‘Snow White’, and the logo for the company was once this butterfly. When I was little my dad worked for Nivea, and I remember him giving me a pendant of a Nivea Butterfly. Nivea comes from the Latin word Niveus. In 1933, all the Jewish members of the Executive Board of Nivea stepped down. Nivea also rejected a proposed ad that featured two men’s hands touching saying, “we don’t do gay at Nivea.” 💙🤗💙

 

Until recently, Demodex was regarded as commensals (bacteria), now they are categorized as parasites or mites. It takes a minimum 3 – 4 month period to eliminate all generations from under the skin, but that’s not an absolute.

 

Demodex are considered to be pathogenic only when they increase in number in the dermis. No, any parasite in or on your body is pathogenic! We are told that they can be the cause of diseases such as pityriasis folliculorum, papulopustular rosacea, granulomatous rosacea, inflammatory papule, acne vulgaris, perioral dermatitis, blepharitis, and folliculitis. Though the truth is, they cause many more problems.

 

These mites can also be found in most mammals. Canine and feline demodicosis is a well-known example of severe dermatitis, caused by the proliferation of Demodex parasites. They may also cause a health risk to humans, due to their zoonotic diseases potential.

 

Demodex are recognized as a cause of mange in animals. You can apply Raw Apple Cider Vinegar directly to your dog’s skin, on the red spots, to help kill mites and relieve the itching. You can also mix some of the vinegar into your dog’s food to help kill the infestation. Tea tree oil shampoos and rinses work best to kill these parasites on them.

 

Demodecidosis is an ectoparasitosis of pilosebaceous unit caused by demodex parasites. It is caused by a sensitivity to and overpopulation of Demodex, as the host’s immune system is unable to keep the parasites under control. The infestation is a primary skin disease to inflammatory dermatoses, such as folliculitis and rosacea. These parasites contain lipase enzymes, that help carry bacteria on the surface. The infestation of demodex has increasingly become a public health concern. Yes indeed it has, but they won’t tell you that on the 6 O’clock NEWS.

 

Demodex parasites in high densities, play a pathogenic role. Demodex infestation rates were significantly higher in studies of rosacea groups, than acne vulgaris, seborrheic dermatitis groups and controls. Demodex infestation was found to be significantly higher in the acne vulgaris and seborrheic dermatitis groups, than in control groups. The findings of one study emphasized that acne vulgaris, rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis are significantly associated with Demodex infestation. There is also a potential link between demodex and psoriasis. See, the majority of your skin and health complaints all go back to these vile creatures! Why are no doctors, especially pediatricians, telling you this or testing you for it? Why do they not report this on TV? Because it is one of their greatest weapons against us, that they wanted to keep hidden!

 

There is a limited therapeutic armamentarium for recalcitrant cases of childhood rosacea 🙄 They do not want you to know what it is really caused by, as they want us all infested with it. A case of a 12-year-old girl, who presented severe ocular and cutaneous rosacea, was unresponsive to oral doxycycline, oral isotretinoin, and topical tacrolimus, and showed numerous Demodex parasites within the folliculosebaceous unit. Treatment with a single dose of oral “ivermectin” achieved resolution of her symptoms. 😏 The causative role of Demodex folliculorum should be considered in immunocompetent children with rosacea or rosacea-like refractory eruptions. In such cases, treatment with ivermectin is beneficial. Parasites are the cause of the majority of our dis-ease, you have been lied to about EVERYTHING!

 

Ivermectin is a medication used to treat many types of parasite infestations. In humans, this includes head lice, scabies, river blindness, strongyloidiasis, trichuriasis, ascariasis, and lymphatic filariasis. In veterinary medicine, it is used to prevent and treat heartworm and acariasis, among others. We should all be taking this together, world wide, at least twice a year! Our domestic animals too! Fk the toxic vaccines they want to try and poison us with. It has been proven they are putting parasites eggs into our blood stream with them! We should all rise up and fight back, and take control of our health again, by medicating ourselves with anti parasite medication and relearning how to look after our own bodies! Look what a mess we have gotten ourcelves into by trusting others to “look after us.” Ewe are all a herd of infantile ignorant sheep, unable to look after the health of yourcelves or your own children! Not a single grown responsible adult amongst ewe all!

 

“The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC). The group, led by three physicians with a knack for making headlines, posted its own review and meta-analysis of the global ivermectin literature on its website. In early December, these doctors held a press conference, and one testified at a Senate hearing on early treatments for COVID-19. They maintain that ivermectin has a special combination of anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties that make it useful preventively and for treating early and late-stage illness.” Indeed it does, they have to tell us the truth, slither it into the mainstream. The problem is, most don’t see the truth they serve you hidden within the glittering lies!

 

https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19/90552

 

https://m.x-mol.com/paper/1266840195644301312

 

When a rash appears in the same place as multiple vesicles, it’s known as a vesicular rash. Heat rashes are one type of vesicular rash, occurring mainly in folds of the skin or wherever clothing can cause friction. Demodex folliculitis is often present in periocular vesiculopustular rash.

 

Demodex folliculorum has been incriminated in the development of blepharitis, although much controversy persists 🙄 Demodex blepharitis is an infectious ocular disease that is common, but usually neglected. Certain authors suggest that Demodex is a direct pathogen in chronic palpebral conditions. Ivermectin also successfully reduced the number of D. folliculorum found in the lashes of patients with refractory blepharitis. Oral ivermectin is useful as a complement in the external treatment of blepharitis. The incidence of Demodex folliculorum was high in patients with blepharitis compared with normal controls.

 

Tea tree oil is difficult to use on the eyelashes, though it is what kills these parasites the best. Manuka Honey also exhibits anti-parastic activity against ocular Demodex, and this was confirmed by the findings of a current clinical efficacy study, which showed a significant decrease in ocular Demodex count per eyelash after applying Manuka Honey.

 

https://patient.info/eye-care/swollen-eyelid/blepharitis

 

Acute graft-vs-host disease (GVHD) typically requires high-dose systemic steroids as first-line treatment. Such as drug eruptions, viral exanthema, and toxic erythema of chemotherapy, Demodex folliculitis is a clinical mimicker of acute GVHD, but requires nonimmunosuppressive therapy. Cases of Demodex folliculitis mimicking acute GVHD highlights the need for skin biopsy in patients who have undergone a stem cell transplant with eruptions on the skin, especially on the head and neck areas.

 

Findings from skin biopsies demonstrated a deep dermal lymphocytic infiltrate adjacent to follicular units, along with an abundance of Demodex mites noted within the hair follicles consistent with Demodex folliculitis. Oral ivermectin, 12 mg, was given, and the eruption cleared within 24 hours. Many patients undergo harmful therapies because doctors are either ignorant of this highly infectious parasite condition, or chose to ignore it, so they can earn more from the invasive treatments and keep the person sick with the infestation. Has a doctor EVER tested you for parasites? The answer to that from all of you would be NO!

 

Infection is an important factor leading to the exacerbation of heart failure (HF), resulting in hospitalization. A study showed that Demodex positivity is more common in HF patients hospitalized for HF exacerbation. Studies have concluded that Demodicidosis should be considered in hospitalized HF patients.

 

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder, common among women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may have infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods or excess male hormone (androgen) levels. The ovaries may develop numerous small collections of fluid (follicles) and fail to regularly release eggs. D. folliculorum was positive in 53.7% of the polycystic ovary syndrome patients and 31.9% of the non-polycystic ovary syndrome group. Demodex positivity was significantly associated with acne and oily skin in the polycystic ovary syndrome patients, but not in the controls. They concluded that Demodex parasites might have a role in acne pathogenesis in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome and that Demodex folliculorum appearance increased in PCOS patients. I see a deeper connection going on here.

 

The prevalence of different types of clear cells and of the Demodex parasite in the nipple-areola complex of adult autopsies of both sexes not suffering from breast cancer, was studied in a total of 140 nipples. Demodex were observed in 58 nipple-areola complexes (41.4%). The prevalence of these mites was seen to remain steady along the years since the third decade. Demodex parasites are common parasites of the human nipple, but they say they are apparently of “no pathologic significance”, lol! Results showed that the rate of Demodex species infestation was higher in patients with breast cancer. Thus, cancer, and particularly breast cancer, is a risk factor for Demodex species infestation.

 

They tell us that Melanocytic skin tumors are caused by nevus cells, epidermal melanocytes and dermal melanocytes. Demodex colonization augmented in nevi can be explained by the possible affinity of the parasite to the melanin pigment! Just like how Paul Gerson Unna had discovered the link with Demodex and melanin, which was swept under the rug and sold to us as, just dirt. Blackheads are really black because the tails of the parasites that are facing the air get darker as they ingest the melanin from your skin, giving the blackhead its dark coloring. But even that is an inversion, like everything they tell us in this upside down reality. They should be called ‘blacktails’ then, not ‘blackheads’!

 

It has been found that D. folliculorum is frequently significantly higher in cancer groups compared to the control group. And that D. folliculorum incidence may increase in immunosuppressive states, such as cancer. They tell us that parasites increase with cancer and immune lowering illnesses. Is that the truth, or are they really the cause? They say that Demodex ‘mimics’ many diseases? It that true? Or again, is it really the root cause of many diseases? We are lied to about everything.

 

Most don’t even know how to keep their own bodies clean now, using chemical shit storms on themselves and infest the rest of us with their ignorance and fake perfumes, which give them the illusion of being clean. They are not! Most are filthy parasite infested, inside and out.

 

You do not want most people touching you, your food, in your house, and above all, in your bed! You are all rubbing up against each other, in the most vile of invisible physical conditions, and spreading filth all over each other. Clean yourselves up, mind, body and soul!!! Filthy lepers the lot of you!

Now let me ask you....

 

As you know, im very anti ivermectin. It is a cancer causing agent also.

 

Have you ever tried herbs like:

 

Wormwood

Black walnut hulls

Clove

Combo?

Can purchase my detox cleanse here Www.theHolistic-Apothecary.shop

Also baking soda mixed with maple syrup and clove?

 

What about GSE, grapefruit seed extract? Massive antiparasitical....

 

And why do parasites make us want to bite our nails? And pick out our hair ?

more on trichotillomania here Www.trichotillomaniaforum.COm

I can help answer that and have solutions here www.theHolistic-Apothecary.shop Www.theHolistic-Apothecary.shop/services 

 

Thank you!

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