Firstly, WOW ive been looking for you...your first paragraph says it all...I know im in the right place...thankyou, your also the first person to take an interest in my lesions!!
Secondly, thankyou so much for the info on the bloodwood kino. I will certainly look into the River Red Gum kino as well. I hadn't found any info on that but had my suspicions, that is great news.
Ok...the lesions...About 20 years ago they started appearing on my face, around my hairline and the back of my neck. Then around 14 years ago i noticed they were actually symetrical (appearing on opposite sides of my body) and by now were much worse and were appearing all over my body.
They start out as a small pimple, once the top is scratched and air seemingly gets to them they get aggravated. They then turn into a raised red round lesion consisting of little white heads, about the size of a hair follicle. Humidity, water and sunlight aggrivate them greatly. I have spent hours (and i mean hours and hours at a time) pulling the "white worm bits" out with tweezers. You just have to get them out, I know that sounds bizarre, its a feeling i cannot describe.
They have a pearly type of irridescent colour about them and are sticky to touch. They are solid and cannot be squashed or broken up by rolling between your fingers.
They sting and hurt like hell to pull out, and dont come easily, as if they have arms hanging on like little anchors. Once they are pulled out they bleed slightly out the follicle hole they have just been pulled from, then a clear/yellow fluid oozes and creates another top layer. Once this layer has hardened and you pull off the top, it pulls out a white bit attached to the skin tab. The process continues until all the white bits have been removed.
These lesions can last years! They will not heal until all the white bits are removed! They sting as if a needle is being constantly jabbed into your skin. They have a crawling sensation, are constantly painful and are very disfiguring. They also cause other physical dis-ease such as fatigue, brain fog, bone aches and pains and headaches are just a few!
Under a microscope these little white bits have irridescent, flouresent, pearly coloured dots through them. They also have what looks like a head and a mouth, they have hooks down the sides that resemble rose thorns (any wonder they sting) and they have a what appears to be a long hair like tail.
A Skin Cancer Dr once told me that there was parts of this that would not burn under extremely high temperatures.....but could not help me with any answers as to what it could be.
Drs do swabs to test for present infections, sometimes they find Staph present, but never any answsers as to what the lesion is..they say it is a surface infection...nobody will listen to the seemingly strange story of what these lesions contain..
The lesion i had removed (they were looking for glass and didnt find any) the biopsy report states it is "unidentifiable material, black specks and fibres".
Something is certainly happening here, im not dillusional, as has been suggested, amongst many other things...In my search (and its been a lengthy journey) I have come across big words such as Archaebacteria (well in America not Australian kingdoms?!), Protozoans, slimy mould etc, when i saw the pictures they looked awfully familiar to what i saw under the microscope and things started to make sense...but im afraid its an intelligence beyond me this lifetime lol...but some day somebody will work it out im sure.
I would be grateful for your feedback. I have a bottle of samples (in that preserving liquid stuff) sitting waiting for somebody to take an interest and put them under a microscope....one day
Meantime the bloodwood kino IS working...so is bathing in Boric Acid 3 times a week and using lemon myrtle soap...which confirms to me they consist of fungal and bacterial materials. The kino also draws out the white bits and heals the lesions quickly! Once the lesions heal, in turn my physical health improves...
I hope this makes some sense...I know it sounds bizarre..I would not believe it myself if I hadnt had to live it!! What a trip it's been...thanks so much for the feedback.