Ayla, founder of Morgellons Disease Awareness, read GMOs, Morgellons Disease and How To Avoid Them , and suggested that I modify the symptoms listed. For the sake of Morgellons Awareness, I thought it best to also create a new post, highlighting her personal experience with Morgellons. She has generously provided pictures so that you can see how the colored fibers appear underneath the skin as well as what it looks like coming from the skin.
“Symptoms of Morgellons are intense itching, biting, stinging and crawling sensations that feel like bugs crawling on or under the skin as well as rashes, sores or lesions that are slow or non-healing, brain fog, mental confusion, debilitating fatigue, granules and pepper type particles emerging from the skin. Fibers and filaments pushing out through the skin are the defining symptom, of Morgellons [which] separates it from all other diseases.”
“I wouldn’t include these in the list of symptoms: While ringing in the ears is a problem for many in the community, it is not high on the list, nor are pimples in the nostril and wiry hair. As for depression, I wouldn’t even include that as a symptom, since anyone who is sick will likely experience depression—and anyone who is sick with a disease in which the medical community does not support them and believes them to be mentally ill, is very likely to be depressed and for good reason.”
As I wrote in the post, “GMOs, Morgellons Disease and How To Avoid Them,” there’s evidence to suggest that GMOs are responsible. Regardless of the cause, bacteria, parasites and viruses can be eliminated from the body by organic purification of the blood. Chemical pharmaceuticals only interfere with the body’s natural ability to heal itself. For more information about Morgellons Disease, visit Ayla’s website: http://morgellonsdiseaseawareness.com/. For more information in regards to the organic treatment of diseases like Morgellons, you may contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to publicly acknowledge Ayla for her courage to share her experiences and for her dedication to promoting awareness.
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