|Lime Sulfur Feedback 10/4/18|
I introduced lime sulfur as a disinfectant. Barbara, is the first person to write back to me about her experience. She writes,
I wrote and asked her how and where she uses it and this is her reply,
I spray my tile floors mostly around areas that I typically get bitten....primarily in the bathroom and kitchen as well as an area I frequently sit in the living room. I pay special attention to spraying underneath the stove area and sink cabinets. I tend to reapply about three times a day.
I thank Barbara for taking the time to share her experience. Yes, disinfecting your environment is one of the three most important things to do and with resistant strains of Collembola and mites, it can be very very difficult and totally negate the benefits from cleaning your skin with Nature's Gift Debriding Soap and the King Diet. I notice that she uses it very much like I suggest ammonia to be used in that she sprays it three times a day. Again, wear gloves and eye protection when using it.
Before using it indoors, I recommend that you test it on a small area to see if it removes the finish or discolors it. Remember, lime sulfur can be odoriferous--stinky. But, it seems that it does dissipate with time. We have the lime sulfur concentrated solution in our on-line store. $9.95 for five ounces which makes 5 quarts of disinfecting solution.
Remember, it's primarily used by veterinarians as a dip for animals. Will it be helpful against, Morgellons? I would think so, but I don't really know. But definitely valuable against mites and Collembola.
If you use it either for the environment or as a skin dip, kindly let me know how you used it and how it worked.