Any decision on your part to read and use this information below is your personal choice. I am merely bringing yet another Morgellons protocol to the readers attention.

Morgellons Disease Protocol

by Susan E. Kolb, M.D., F.A.C.S.spcr

Morgellon’s Disease is a systemic disease characterized by a chronic fatigue illness with systemic symptoms such as joint aches, muscles aches, headaches, insomnia, and depressed immune system. The skin manifestations include multiple skin lesions especially in areas with hair as well as emergence of fibers, seed-like substances, and in some cases, bugs. Other organ systems are frequently involved including a variety of neurological symptoms. The following is a protocol which will be updated intermittently to help those with Morgellon’s Disease obtain a more holistic approach to this systemic multi-system disease.

For her entire protocol click HERE


I didn’t want to list her protocol in this blog post since I know she fine tunes it as she learns things (as do we all). There’s a lot on her list and obviously you wouldn’t want to take it all. I wouldn’t take too many epsom salt baths, I know you can over do that. Dr. Kolb is in the Atlanta area.

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Comments on: "Morgellons Disease Protocol by Susan E. Kolb M.D., F.A.C.S." (2)

  1. Good Lord! THAT is overwhelming.. guess we all need to win the lottery and hire personal assistants! Just kidding. Pick and choose.
    God Bless us all.

    • Ya, its a big list, compare that to the 8 or 9 things on the poor mans protocol. But there doesn’t seem to be one magic protocol that works for everybody. Dr. Kolb’s list I think is more of a list that she knows people have told her (and through her own experience that things have been helpful). Like I said, that’s way to much for anyone to take at one time. However, one might learn a trick or two. I have spoken to Dr. Kolb on the phone, she is very comforting to talk to, softly spoken, like an angel. You know, it’s funny, I find Dr. Staninger the same way, both are caring, friendly, and very reassuring.

      I think her list can be very useful …

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