The Dude Abides said...
FYI: Don't use that light on the sheets in a hotel room. There are just some things you don't want to know.
This is another arguably good use for the UV flashlight as it will uncover blood or semen stains in a hotel room and indicate cleanliness. People use it to locate scorpions in areas they are populated as they will glow. Many molds glow in UV light so this inexpensive tool could help you uncover a mold problem in the home.
Also if you have a fungal infection of the tongue this will glow depending on the candida or yeast. Some fungi glow pink. Not all fungi glow however a large number do.
The pupils glowing was uncovered by Carnicom. Some glow and some do not which is indeed odd. I dont think that pupils or the throat should glow under normal healthy conditions and neither does he. I am in contact with him and awaiting a response if he has witnessed anomalies in the mouth.
Carnicom has found artificial cells that appear to be similar to red blood cells in all subjects he has tested both healthy and not. Some of the information can be found here: /carnicominstitute.org/wp/tag/blood/
Teeth should glow except for dental work.
When I first started using the UV light I noticed that the back of my throat and soft palate as well as the tonsil walls glow bright yellow/green as well as my pupils. Ozone injections helped some of it to clear but was less effective on subsequent treatments.
I asked another person with a confirmed case of Morgellons to check the back of their throat and it glowed.
I asked another person with a confirmed Babesia Duncani infection to check his throat and he confirmed it glowed. However he is not showing any symptoms of Morgellons at this tiime.
I am attempting to determine what it means. I believe it correlates with infection.
I dont have enough data yet to speculate on the specific infection.
So if you test positive it might provide some insight as a possible indicator of some infection. I wish had more data to be more specific.
It appears to be an early indicator and one of the last to clear. Mine is very slow to clear in the mouth with no change to the pupils even in the state of remission.
I need more participation to determine what it does or doesnt mean so I encourage everyone who wishes to participate to get a UV flashlight for $7 on amazon (any will work), check for glow, and communicate any lab confirmed or suspected infections.
I have been checking my wife and son from time to time. She is beginning to develop a glow. The main vein that feeds the center midpoint of the uvula is beginning to glow yellow.
All of us were exposed to large amounts of mold spores over a period of time with my exposure being the longest. I am the only one in our household that has experienced Lyme and Morgellons symptoms so far.
My mouth glows bright yellow/green encompassing a large area. It is clearing a little but extremely slowly.
My sons only symptom was a chronic recurring bronchial infection which responded to autohemotherapy but required Augmentin to clear. He has indicated an increase in the appearance of moles as do I. We dont know if this indicates anything but I read anecdotes of this being common to Morgellons.
My wifes only previous symptoms were the dark irregular patches on her tongue which can be seen if you search "Bartonella tongue" or "Mold tongue". These cleared with Nitazoxanide use.
The only other symptoms she has experienced is constipation. Recently a tooth of hers cracked in two. She has mostly healthy teeth. She just got back from vacation and I have yet to examine the tooth but she kept it so I will.
As an aside, in Morgellons patients I have noticed decay which starts at the base of the tooth by the gum line very common. The pain if there is any precedes any visible decay as it follows a pattern of the nerve decaying first.
By the time there is visible decay the nerve pulp has completely dissolved and there is no more pain. When the teeth finally break or are removed it becomes visible that the tooth has decayed from the inside out and not the more common way of outside to in.
I am hoping to develop a non invasive test method to determine a relative infection that correlates to the appearance of the glow. If a link can be determined I will pursue the development of an app that uses the SCIO molecular spectrometer sensor which is forthcoming in the soon to be released Changhong H2 phone. It wont begin appearing in United States mobile phones until about
1-2 years from now.
Although I dont think it will ever attain medical approval by governing authorities it could prove to be an early indicator of infection or exposure.
If you do or dont have a glow please post or email me any positive and negative lab results that you have had so I can attempt to determine the correlations.
I promise to keep all of your personal details confidential and expect to be held publicly accountable.
Lapis thanks for indicating that your pupils glow. If you could list positive and negative labs and about
how long you have been ill that would be great.
Since your soft palate appears to be indeterminate I would continue to check this every 6 months or so and record any visible changes.
I suspect that Mold, Lyme, and Morgellons are closely related but am not certain as to how. Right now it seems that a spirochete infection is a common denominator.
I am trying to collect as much information as I can to find out what is causing this florescence and determine if there is a correlation that would prove useful in early diagnosis or to gauge progress in remission, so thank you to all who participate.
2014 Mold Sick,2015 Clinical Lyme and co.,2016 Morgellons,2017 Remission
" The path to disappointment is paved with expectations "
Post Edited (ChickenArise) : 2/2/2018 1:55:35 PM (GMT-7)