Morgellons disease is a terrible condition that can lead to ongoing pain and the sensation of things crawling under the skin, as well as “brain fog,” or lack of concentration and memory. Modern medicine has not yet determined an effective treatment for the condition, which means there are many sham alternatives floating around. If you are suffering from Morgellons disease, here are four treatments that you should be aware do not work:
1. Alfalfa tablets – Many Morgellons sufferers have been told that alfalfa tablets will remedy their situation, only to be left without results. Of all the Morgellons disease treatments, this may be the most misleading—there is literally no basis whatsoever to believe that alfalfa can cure or improve Morgellons disease or its symptoms. Don’t get us wrong: alfalfa is a very helpful herb and supplement. As a high fiber plant, it excels at reducing levels of bad cholesterol. There is evidence that it helps with kidney, bladder, and prostate conditions, and alfalfa is chock full of vitamins A, C, E and K4, as well as a variety of minerals. Taking alfalfa supplements will improve overall health, but it does nothing to combat Morgellons disease.
2. Lotions and creams – Because the symptoms of Morgellons disease are closely associated with sensations in the skin, topical treatments are often a first line of defense. However, topical treatments do not seem to help. Bear in mind that there are two competing explanations for Morgellons disease: one is that the disease is related to an infection of Borrelia spirochetes, which is not proven. If this is the case, only targeted antibiotic treatments would help; creams and lotions would do nothing. The other is that Morgellons is psychosomatic, meaning that treatment of stress and underlying psychological illness would be the best solution. In either case, there is nothing that a topical solution can do.
3. Dietary changes – In many ways, dietary changes are just the same fallacy as alfalfa supplements on a larger scale. Obviously, if there is a parasite infesting the body, then eating more greens or drinking less alcohol will not kill it off. Similarly, if Morgellons is primarily a psychological disease, then dietary changes are at best a placebo and unlikely to have any lasting impact. Eating well comes with many positive effects, but curing Morgellons is not one of them.
4. Electrical shock – This is perhaps the most frightening of all supposed “treatments.” Electrical shocks that do not harm the human body will not harm parasites either. Do not try the zapper!
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