Lufenuron has been part of my protocol for eons.
"For skin mites and spring tails living in your skin or other parts, organism coming from your skin, skin fungus, Candida, and internal fungal infections, I recommend you look into http://www.shop4lufe.com/morgellons_pricing_table.html
Lufenuron inhibits the production of chitin. Chitin is what the shell of eggs and mouth parts of organisms are made. It's also found in fungi, and Candida. Select the 96 capsule plan in the middle. It's recommended to do one capsule a day for 96 days straight with fat, (a pat of butter for your egg). Note that in some situations, more than 6 months are required."
Some have claimed it cured them. Of course there is no cure, but to some it seems to be that powerful. My personal experience is limited so I rely on what I'm told by others. L sent me a note that is tremendously informative not only about lufenuron but also Collembola (spring tails).
Lufenuron is so important that there have been several blog posts about lufenuron within the last two years as we keep learning about it. The most recent was back in November.
Morgellons Saved My Life From Morgellons Disease 11/12/19
then a few months before, Important Lufenuron Update 6/6/19
Lufenuron and Dealing With Candida Auris & Morgellons Disease 5/19/19
Using Morgellons to Fight Morgellons Disease 4/30/19
Using Mouth Wash, NG, and Lufenuron to Fight Morgellons Disease 9/16/18
L's experience with lufenuron is tremendously valuable. Where most people would have abandoned the medication she kept on taking it. Lufenuron is multipurpose as noted in my protocol. Co-factors in dealing with Morgellons are often mites, Collembola, and fungal issues for which lufenuron is appropriate and lufenuron does not react with other meds and has no side effects - although one may experience "die off" reactions. Lufenuron inhibits chitin from forming. Chitin is the building blocks upon which all fungal organisms grow and the substance of which egg shells of mites and Collembola are comprised. Existing chitin in fungal organisms can be broken down with Nature's Gift Chitosanase Enzyme Formula
I have a few questions about Lufeneron.
To recap: I got Collembola around December 1, 2019. I'm about 90% well now. Massive amounts of work to get here: environmental cleaning, skin support/care, diet, supplements, etc. I am on Day 75 of Lufeneron. I have noticed that it has made a HUGE difference for me. I am not sure if other people experienced this, but this is what I experienced:
Days 1-30 on Lufeneron my skin worsened. I got "acne" all over my chest, shoulders, neck, etc. Much, much more than I previously had when I was experiencing itching, biting, and stabbing pains. I started "shedding" very small granules all over, but mainly my hairline, neck, chest, and shoulders. I could run a fingernail lightly across my skin and a granule would pop out. Under a microscope the small granules were composed of sebum and a clear filament. The filament could be a part of Morgellons, but it also looks a lot like the umbilical thread in a collembola egg/when it first hatches from eggs. I have collected many collembola eggs and watch them hatch with a microscope. When they first hatch, they have a long clear umbilical thread attached. Anyway, in my opinion, the collembola are being excreted from my skin. See images of collembola thread here: htttps://www.flickr.com/photos/tobyjug5/31535369580
Days 30-60 on Lufeneron my skin started getting better. The "acne" started going away.
Days 60-75 on Lufeneron: The number of granules has lessened considerably to just a few a day. Itching is almost completely gone except for occasional flare-ups. Still some light crawling sensations from time to time. Acne is almost gone except from upper arms/shoulders. Interestingly enough, found a fully hatched Collembola (nymph) coming out of skin on face (cheek). I looked under the microscope and it was dead as could be (and sort of looked mal-formed).
I will continue to take Lufeneron for the full 90 days. My question for you is should I continue? I feel like I am not 100% well and think I could benefit from more Lufeneron. When people have continued past the 90 days, do they slowly reduce their intake (e.g. 2 days on and 1 day off)? Or do they usually just go for another 90 days?
I thank L for taking the time to write and share her experience. Most would have given up on lufenuron after a week or so, but she hung in there and got results. I suspect that her first 30 days that she reports her skin worse with acne was the die-off reaction.
The answer to her question is that a second round for 96 days is often recommended and required. In a follow-up email she noted that the Collembola shown are aquatic. Thus it's unknown if Collembola found in soil have the thread-like tail during the growth cycle.