posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 01:11 AM
For itching take an antihistamine of your choice and use cortisone cream, the strongest you can find where you are which may only be 1% but some
places have 10%. Also fresh aloe leaves will help with itching. To kill the little bastards off use clear finger nail polish and paint over the
affected areas where they are burrowed, repeat every day or every other day for a week or two til they are gone. The finger nail polish will suffocate
them, it works on scabies, chiggars, ringworm, roundworm and any other burrowing parasites including ticks that get in too deep to pull the head out.
After a week remove the nail polish with a bit of nail polish remover and take a hot shower, if they are still there reapply the nail polish for
another week. I keep clear nail polish in my outdoors bag just for these incidents where I get some kind of burrowing bug, usually its chiggars from
the brush but I've had scabies from the same kind of areas. I also use cyanoacrylate superglue gel instead of bandaids or stitches, works like a
charm and stops bleeding instantly because it bonds immediately when it comes in contact with moisture.