I saw the update about the woman who said got Morgellons after falling in rose bush,....same with me. It is a rare fungal infection called Sporothrix schenckii. All symptoms are as described by Morgellons sufferers. Called Sporotrichosis. Get from soil that infects the roses. Deep cutaneous lesions that spreads through the lymphatics and can become systemic.
Give drops SSKI 3 times a day for as long as 6 mo per medical web site. This is the only cure that you won't need a prescription for. There are others but good luck getting a doc to prescribe them. I tried. No one would listen. Also infrared and far infrared waves and hypothermia recommended as alternates to the oral therapy's for pregnant and nursing mothers.
You would have to get medical recommendations on this. Hyperthermia decreases the cutaneous lesions.
I have been on the SSKI for 1 mo and it is definitely helping."
I thank Claudia for sharing her experience. I learn something new every day. I thought I'd pass her email along in case anyone else had a similar experience or is planning on working in their rose bushes. I know one thing, I'm going to spray my rose bushes with our Go Planet Green Plant Shield. before I go into straighten them up--they got blown over by a winter storm.