Do you think it's okay to put Neem oil directly on my wood floors?
All my skin problems began with a deep itchiness on just a few spots on feet and fingers, which spreads by touch. I thought it was a fungus, or bacteria, but I'm beginning to think it's almost more like a Herpes thing, except the blisters never show up on the skin. Also, some of the swelling in my feet has subsided so that I now see little round swellings undery toes, and what feels like hot leather glued onto the large area under my big toe. I don't think the doctors have their brains working too hard here in San Antonio.
I have been using undiluted HP3% for 3 yrs and it seems to help some but I have a little 13lb dog so have to be careful what I use on her. Sorry that this doesn't fit under Borax properly but I really want to give the answer to bed bug infestation.. Sulfur mixed in pure lotion (no additives, perfumes, or chemicals) and rub onto all affected areas.
Your solution sounds so simple because I seem to have come very close to getting rid of them and yet, they are very much alive. You can buy a product by "Trimedic" that is 15% sulfur/MSM and rub it into areas.
Colloidal Silver & Organic Aloe Juice (50 to 50 ratio) can be applied to scalp with dropper and rubbed in gently with fingers for soothing irritated skin & bites. This mixture can be taken internally - just make sure the silver has low PPMs (10 to 30 PPMs max). Three other products to help skin: Sea Buckthorn Oil and/or soap It's so important to address the internal health as that is a direct manifestation of the external conditions.1) Sleep - get as much as you can whenever you can.2) Moderate (non traumatic or impacting) exercise - the circulation of blood & oxygen boosts your immune system and helps fight off the infestation.3) Reduce Stress - exercise, quiet room w/low lights and relaxing music.