In the past several months, I’ve been getting nearly inundated with emails inquiring on the status of my therapy. And don’t feel bad about emailing me — I truly don’t mind! I just can’t get to all of the emails in as timely a manner as I’d like.
The news is this: I’m the same. My skin is still mostly clear with the very occasional small patch of eczema that comes and goes away in a few days. I really didn’t want to be one of those people who gets better and then disappears but that’s sort of what happened with me. So…. #sorrynotsorry?
If you’re reading this and thinking about helminthic therapy for yourself or a loved one, please note on my main page that I’ve added a new section titled Helminthic Therapy wiki. There you will find answers to most, if not all, of the questions that you email me with. I have no problem answering questions but I feel that this resource is more valuable than anything I could ever tell you.
Additionally, if you’re thinking about HT — please do some research on all available providers. I say this because I, along with a list of others, have experienced some junk with our provider. I am eternally grateful for all that this particular provider has done for the world of helminthic therapy. That said, at this time, I cannot recommend that you or anyone else use them. Just don’t give them your money. If you would like more specific details you can email me but I’d rather not discuss the drama here.
Because of what I just mentioned above, I will most likely be incubating my own Necator Americanus in the near future. I’ve had the supplies for quite some time and I have a laboratory background. I just don’t have the motivation or a great desire to mix up my own waste products.
I had someone recently ask me if they could actually eat worms. No. I’m sorry. Not the species of worms that live in MY guts anyway.
That’s about all I have in me today. I hope to write again soon friends. Thanks for reading.