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Re: know any thing about gall itch mites?

sorry... but i've never heard of 'gall itch mites'...

there's a very informative site that 'jennyga' referred to in her post above...

in fact i read something that i could relate to... i was looking at the pet category under "MOST POPULAR CURE: The Mange Cure"... and go to "Ted's remedy for dog mange".
he mentioned the fact that an animals immune system suffers after having vaccination shot... i also read somewhere else (and i can't find where) that the same thing happens for humans that have been vaccinated... or... and that Antibiotics also weaken the immune system...

here's the paragraph from the site above... that i referred to...

>>>Ted replies, "The results closely matched my own findings on the mange. I still need to further do research on dogs' viral skin condition and fungus skin condition problem. While this does not occur often, it seems that part of the problem stemd from yearly vaccination of my dog. The last time my dog was vaccinated was almost 10 years ago for rabies, and now my dog no longer has any yeast infections and fungus skin problems. So is the cause of these condition due to the vaccinations? I am not sure. But after stopping the vaccination my own dog's skin problem just went away. What I do know for sure is vaccination does cause immune suppression and this factor may be related to yeast and other skin virus conditions. The only way I could know this, of course, is your feedback. Does anyone observe this same pattern? Ted"

so there seems to be evidence that our human skin problems stem from vaccinations... and the use of Antibiotics ... i'm not sure how relevant it is... but i had been really sick and was taking Antibiotics just prior to coming in contact with the scabies bug... so perhaps if our immune system is down might make us more susceptible to such attacks... but i really can't say for sure that there is any correlation... but i can say that my system was probably very weak at the time... anyhow... it is something to keep in mind...

perhaps you're right... together we can help each other gather enough information that may hopefully prove beneficial...

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