There are many who claim that Morgellons is of fungal nature. You find them on youtube and their books on Amazon.
One of them is Harold Katz Vella who has several youtube videos claiming Morgellons being of fungal origin. More about my comments on this video in another update.
Strangely, neither myself nor my Sunday Co-host, Robin, has had any fungal issues with our Morgellons infections.
But, lets look at it scientifically! All fungal organisms have two things in common:
1. They contain chitin.
2. They have hyphae
I compare chitin to the mortar in a brick wall. Without the mortar the wall would easily blow over during the first storm.
Hyphae are like the roots of a plant. They grow into any medium and extract nutrients. They can grow into flesh, brick walls, sheet rock, and so on.
Morgellons is characterized by filaments growing from one's flesh. The filaments are comprised of keratin and collagen. There is no chitin or hyphae found in the filaments. True, the researchers have found Lyme spirochetes, but no chitin or hyphae.
Some ask me if taking supplemental collagen will feed Morgellons and the answer is, "NO."
In fact, since Morgellons literally rips up and ages your skin, it's important to supplement with collagen.
While many claim that Morgellons is not a parasite, it does utilize nutrients from the body to create the filaments and therefore qualifies as a parasite for that reason alone.
The antidote for Morgellons is said to be boron and alkalization of the body by consuming apple cider vinegar. However, since nearly 90% of all Morgellons sufferers also are plagued with Collembola (spring tails), apple cider vinegar feeds Collembola so the alternate is to alkalyze with either consuming baking soda or mineralizing with NG ionic minerals (coral calcium)
The problem is that it's rare that one is only dealing with Morgellons. What makes Morgellons the monster that it is are the co-factors. And, often times, the co-factors by themselves may not be a significant issue.
Of the several co-factors:
Any co-factor can make Morgellons impossible to get rid of. In this update how to deal with fungal issues are dealt with.
Our Sunday call 9/27/2021 dealt with skin fungal issues. For instance, one fellow wrote to inform me that his Morgellons was cured by shampooing with ketoconazole shampoo.
Well the ketoconazole shampoo may have cured the fungal and bacterial co factors, but it didn't cure Morgellons except by removing the co-factors.
This is where it gets kinda dangerous. Everyone reading his account thinks that ketoconazole shampoo will cure them, but they most likely have different co-factors and it won't work for them.
Back to internal fungal co-factors. From the questionnaires I receive, it's apparent that approximately 90% of those who report having filaments (Morgellons) are dealing with some kind of fungal issue. See blog post Fungus On the Run With Morgellons 12/6/20
The first and most common one is Candida Albicans which I'll discuss in the next update.