Does your rash look and itch like mosquito bites? Except there's no mosquitoes to be seen anywhere?
I get this when on bee venom and and it's not the hives.
Contrary to mosquito bites this rash subsides after an hour or two only to pop up elsewhere. It's quite annoying.
No clue what it could be but I suppose the bee venom and herbs have broken up some biofilms and released some nasty pathogens. Call them parasites if you prefer but aren't all these chronic infections we're dealing with parasitic in nature? Magoo2 I think what you're talking about
more specifically are helminths?
A good herbal anthelminthic medicine is papaya seeds (you can eat them raw they're spicy) or supposedly pomegrenade peel (make a tincture).
And I would bet my left nut that fresh Lion's mane also has the potential to expel ropeworms if briefly sautéed with butter, onions, salt and pepper (beware herx!)
Another potentially anthelminthic herb that comes to mind is Cinchona bark (drink lots of fluids with this one).
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