Biting Mites... News.
A few things:
Most discovery comes through mistakes.
I had already known that butter causes the mite population explode, but... you know, sometimes you just have to make the same mistake twice.
So I made my green beans with butter: big mistake. That night I didn't sleep much from all the itching and biting.
Then I attempted to make ghee, but turned the stove off before the protein parts burned to crisp, and lo and behold, next day there were hundreds (really) of mites in the pan... and on me another few hundreds.
So now we know, really know... baaah!
All this suffering made me look. If something food-like makes them multiply, there must be something food-like that makes them disappear.
After all, in the same household, some people have mites, others don't... makes NO sense, does it?
I have been exchanging emails with Matsa, here are some interesting excerpts:
Me: In India 70% of the population has mites. Neighboring Pakistan, only 20%. The difference is their sacred cow, their relationship to dairy.
Europe: central, western, eastern europe: 20%
Central and south America: 20%
If we dug further, we would see that it is consistent with consumption of milk and butter, a main source of hormones for the mites.
Interesting? I thought so.
Matsa: I don't get what is Indian relation to dairy.
It is very interesting, especially the difference between Europe and Scandinavia - did you check Switzerland?
Me: Hindus have the sacred cow, but they drink the milk, and use the butter.
Moslims in Pakistan eat varied diets.
USA: 30% because of all the pets, I think.
Fighting the mites:
Me: I have asked Source if there is something that you can eat and it kills the mites and it said yes, so I ordered, and we'll see.
Matsa: GOOD LUCK!
yesterday, i also muscle tested similar question 'is there anything one can take to get rid of mites' and got 'Yes' ;
then: 'do i have in my house' - No ;
'is it in my town' - 'Yes' and didn't know how to continue - i'm now muscle testing everything!
what a great lesson to develop a good new habit!
Anyway, through questioning I zeroed in on a food item that sounded hopeful.
It arrived today. So far it kills mites on contact, while it does nothing to my body.
Needs more testing: suddenly I am afraid that I am delusional... this is too big a result, and I don't want to deal with it.
I have worked towards this for three months or more, and now I am scared... Can you recognize yourself?