It seems that the males are successfully avoiding you, and they make out, copulate, make babies on the floor. So we need something to wash the floors with, spray them, something that would make the males infertile, like neem.
Turns out that dandelion roots are such... I haven't tested them, but most everyone in temperate climates, has dandelion in their yard, so it may be an easily attainable solution. It's not the only plant, I will keep on looking, for example for Indians, or other continents.
Another new thing: Stevia in the irrigation or bath water also kills itch mites... I haven't found the concentration yet.
I am looking for new ways...
Now, what if you have itch mites and you hate Neem? Can you just use the floor washing? I hope so. I love Neem, I even love its smell, but I am weird. I'll keep you posted.
Yesterday a student who purchased this program sent me an email saying:
One question that I never asked you was what kind of mite infestation do I have on me and in my house when you muscle tested to see if I had a mite infestation. Can you please let me know?
After I found out that I did have mites, I was so grossed out that I went on the internet and started doing my own research also. From everything that I read it seems that Food Grade Diatomacous Earth, Coconut Oil and Tree Tee Oil were giving people good results. I mixed coconut oil and tree tee oil and rubbed it over this on my left wrist where the it's been itching a lot but the mites / itching didn't stop. I only got some brief relief. I rubbed DE all over my body and hair and then rubbed coconut oil before heading to bed. That seemed to stop the itching but then it was back again the next day. I also rubbed DE all over my dog too.
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