Morgellons Hair Issues
Above: Photo taken 12/5/10 Black particles emerging from the scalp. Note clump of particles balled together and the way the hair is still relatively free of 'debris.'
Above: Photo taken 12/17/10 Scalp is being invaded with 'Morg debris.'
Above: Photo taken 12/17/10. Follicles are 'sprouting' more than one 'hair.' These new 'hairs' are Morg invaders. Hair texture has changed. It no longer feels like hair. It is also extremely brittle, weak and is falling out.
Above: Photo taken 12/18/10.
Above and Below: Photo taken 12/26/10. What do we have here? Originally, I thought these were eggs of some sort. After showing them to two people, they felt they were Morg 'gels.' These orange shapes appeared after using Trisha Springsteads shampoo (skin rescue). I was advised to keep using it, as "Anything that pulls these things out from the skin, is a product you want to continue with." I was able to rinse these off.
Below (3 photos): Every hair follicle is under attack. Began using Gordon Stamp's
F-6 Restore on my scalp two days ago. Let's consider these shots the "Before" images. Skin around hair shaft is receding. Hair is extremely fragile falling out with little provocation.
Above and below: These samples taken from my comb show that my hair now is filled with abundant 'cellophane' fibers, and to a lesser degree blue, lavender and red, and the hair shafts look to be coated with the same crystal particles that are seen in "Homeworlds" photos. Besides being fragile and falling out with little provocation, the hair tends to feel oily. This oiliness was not present before onset of illness.
April 22, 2012 Hair was in bad shape when I began using F-6 back in December 2011. The F-6 definitely helped the hair which is no longer so weak or falling out as much. I stopped using the product a few weeks back—needed a break. It is spring now and I read an interesting thread on MDR from "SamDiego" who contends that if the fibers are cellulose then we are growing some sort of plant material in our bodies.
I've noticed on a number of forums people stating that they were having outbreaks recently. I wonder if in the spring, the time when seeds sprout from earth, we can observe increased growth of fiber activity and skin issues in general?
Sam's scalp treatment involved application of very toxic ingredients to the head (one was a weed killer). If the black particles are seeds then one must do what they can to not let them root. This is all theory mind you, but his thinking is of interest to me. As a gardener, I know that vinegar is a safe and non-toxic weed killer, so I decided to run my own experiment substituting vinegar for the weed killer.
Sam uses a lice comb on his hair and stated that it pulls fibers, particles and other debris from the scalp—and that keeping the scalp free of these is one way to keep issues at bay—which makes sense.
I decided to experiment and bought some lice combs. My approach was to try coconut oil massaged into the scalp as a first step. I've found that when this oil is left on the skin for at least 4 hours, will draw fibers and black particles out from my skin.
What surprised me were the goopy looking things on the surface of the scalp seen under the microscope. I don't know if these were there before using the coconut oil because I did not think to look. In recent days I have not seen these substances on the hair, so I am assuming it was the coconut oil that brought this gunk up. Next time I run this experiment, I will look at my scalp before application of the coconut oil.
Below: Gooey substance on scalp and base of hair follicles following coconut oil application.
After running the lice comb through my hair numerous times, I managed to catch most of these translucent balls on the comb.
The hair was then washed numerous times to be as clean as possible (beware coconut oil is difficult to wash out and very tough on drains). Vinegar was then applied to the hair.
In the following days since doing this treatment, I have used the lice comb regularly. It is coming up mostly clean. What follows in the photos are what I witnessed on the scalp before using the combs and what the combs pulled out.
I will try another coconut oil treatment on the hair this week to see if anything else is drawn out. I am also going to resume treatment with the F-6.
Below: Lice comb drawn through the hair is able to pull goopy substance from the scalp. Looks like I just drew away from the scalp a whole heap of problems waiting to happen.
April 26, 1012 Just did the coconut oil experiment again. Before applying the oil, I photographed my hair. As you can see there is a lot of scaling and flaking going on. I saw only one cylindrical "glob" attached to a hair shaft. No others.
After photographing scalp, I ran the lice comb through the hair. There was no residue on the comb. Seven hours later I looked at the scalp. The coconut oil seemed to smooth out the scalp. It hardly looked scaly. I didn't see any of the hill-like formations at the base of follicles nor attached to hair. However, when I ran the comb across the scalp, again, many globular pods were removed from the head.
What I don't know is if these "pods" are being drawn out from the coconut oil,
or if the dry scaly material on the scalp somehow puffs up from the oil. Either way, I think it's a good thing they are out of the hair.
Above: Recently I saw these little puff balls proliferating my hairbrush. on closer inspection they turned out to be fiber balls.
Below: Some of homeworld's hair photos. These crystalline looking attachments are the same as I see in my own hair.
Above: Long "crystal" fiber...loaded with..projections..structures..some look like tiny leaves.
Above: strobing colors on ribbon fibers...fine structures are visible on this one.
next to blue/white ribbon, you can see a conventional morg fiber...but it also has...structures
Above: Misc. image. Eyelash or eyebrow hair with Morg gel clinging to it. Note the black fiber emerging from the gel. Lash is sitting on a cotton ball.