Morgellons Proven to be a Real Disease

Millions of People Infected!

Morgellons Disease is characterized by bizarre symptomology such as experiencing biting sensations on the skin, painful skin eruptions, strange fibers growing from the skin, unexplained body pain and neurological deficits (1,2). To make matters worse, patients are often bit by spiders, ticks, fleas, mites and other insects while suffering from the illness.

It is estimated that millions of people worldwide suffer from this unexplained affliction with medical personal quickly to dismiss their symptoms as ‘delusional parasitosis’ or ‘delusional infestation’. Medical authorities often time blame the Morgellons sufferer for inflicting wounds on themselves and believe the fibers simply emanate from clothing.

After thousands of complaints to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), In January of 2008, the CDC paid researchers over $300,000 to conducted a 3-year study in to Morgellons. The researchers erroneously concluded that “No common underlying medical condition or infectious source was identified, similar to more commonly recognized conditions such as delusional infestation”(3) and hence indirectly concluded that Morgellons was not a disease and was in fact a psychological disorder. The CDC chimed in as well stating, “This comprehensive study of an unexplained apparent dermopathy demonstrated no infectious cause and no evidence of an environmental link. There was no indication that it would be helpful to perform additional testing for infectious diseases as a potential cause. Future efforts should focus on helping patients reduce their symptoms through careful attention to treatment of co-existing medical, including psychiatric conditions, that might be contributing to their symptoms”(4).

The CDC was ostensibly attempting to stymy future research efforts into Morgellons Disease and use their study as the end all of Morgellons research, but why? Clearly, one of the hallmarks of empirical research is the ability to replicate one’s findings over time.

Morgellons has historically been linked to chemtrails, genetically modified organisms (GMOs; a specific bacteria known as Agrobacterium)(4), Lyme Disease (1, 6, 9), immune weakness (1, 2) and environmental toxicity (1, 2, 6). According to researchers at the State University of New York, “Agrobacterium represents a universal gene and protein transfer machine” (7) and hence laboratory (genetically modified) creations now have the ability to alter the DNA of humans (4). Hence, agrobacterium allows horizontal transfer of DNA and would be a likely culprit in the creation of Morgellons although other factors appear to be involved.

Following up from the CDC study in January of 2012, new independent research just published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology Research found that Morgellons is in fact a real disease (8). Based on extensive physical, microscopic and fluorescence examination of skin, hair, tissues, calluses, etc of three Morgellons sufferers, the researchers reported several interesting findings:

  • Abnormal functioning of the follicular keratinocytes (genetic alterations in DNA caused hair follicles and skin to malfunction)
  • Fibers, which under the microscope (100x), had a unique floral arrangement and colors of blue, red, white, green and some brightly fluorescent
  • “Filaments stemming from the bulb end were found in some follicles and these appeared as rootlike growths”
  • Many hairs were flattened (like tape) rather than circular which was similar to the fibers.
  • Filaments originated from a layer of epithelial cells and grew out of the body and could not have originated from textiles or fabric
  • For the first time demonstrated that Morgellons filaments or fibers contain keratin (structural protein which makes up the outer layer of the skin) and hence the fibers were created within the body.
  • Alterations in keratinocyte (skin) expression is most likely due to spirochetal infection from Lyme Disease.

The filaments from the Morgellons patients were confirmed to contain keratin via immunohistological staining with antibodies specific for human keratins. This means that fibers present in the subjects were found to be biological in origin and are produced by keratinocytes (proteins in the outer layer of skin). The findings are consistent with the 2012 CDC publication stating that over 80% of non‐biopsy material taken from patients had a protein composition.

The researchers concluded that the fibers “are clearly biological and human in nature and are not implanted textile fibers”. It may be probable to assume that since these fibers under the microscope contain floral and root-like structures that the origin may be via a cross contamination of DNA from plants and humans by way of GMOs although future research would need to confirm this theory.

This study opens the door for future research which is desperately needed into the environmental and epigenetic causes of Morgellons Disease with Lyme Disease and GMOs being the likely areas of interest.

This study was called “a must read” by the faculty of 1000 (F1000) which is a global community of over 10,000 experts who find the top 2% of the best new research articles in the field of biology and medicine.

NutraSilver Ends Morgellons Suffering

Lucy  2009

“About six months ago, I did some research on the internet and ran across a website called NutraSilver. It was for Morgellons but also said that it can be used for Fungal infections. I was hesitant on trying it because of the price. I was desperate so I placed an order.

I first tried it orally for two weeks and did not have luck. I then called the NutraSilver company and it was discussed that I might use it topically. I first applied it on the spots and after 4 days or so, it started going away. However, I had to end up covering my entire lower legs in NutraSilver® to keep the Fungus from relocating. It took about 2 full weeks to completely go away, BUT It is gone…And I am so Thankful. What a nightmare!!!! I posted a photo of what my legs looked like before.”

NutraSilver is a Fast and Effective Morgellons Disease Treatment

What our customers tell us is when taking NutraSilver®, they heal and they heal quickly. We are not medical professionals; we are distributors trying to help people. We appreciate the dozens and dozens of testimonials from grateful people who use NutraSilver to treat their Morgellons disease and who after a few weeks have gone back to their previous lives without their non-healing lesions, brain-fog or most of the other debilitating symptoms. We sincerely hope you will try NutraSilver and experience for yourself the amazing healing.

If you have Morgellons disease, you know this is not a skin disease. You know that Morgellons DISEASE is deep within your body and you know intuitively that the only way to treat Morgellons disease is from the inside. Pushing it out makes more sense than covering it up with skin creams and lotions, right? Get NutraSilver now to eliminate your Morgellons symptoms.

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One Response to Morgellons Proven to be a Real Disease

  1. Rob Lindeman says:

    Delusional parasitosis is a diagnosis of exclusion. By definition, a person receiving this diagnosis has undergone testing, and at least one course of empirical therapy. No one is quickly dismissed as having delusional parasitosis.

    You got the findings from the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology Research wrong. The article demonstrates no causal relationship to Borrelia burgorferi, the spirochete that is the causative agent of Lyme disease. It simply pointed out similarities between Morgellons samples and those found in cattle with Bovine Digital Dermatitis. The difference is that BDD is associated with a spirochetal infection and Morgellons is not.

    Lyme disease is not characterized by any of the skin lesions you’ve been discussing

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