Is Morgellons Contagious?
Despite the popular belief of many individuals who are suffering from Morgellons and say, "Yes, it is contagious", there are many health care professionals and scientists with evidence specifically outlining the hyper-toxic conditions within our bodies as the true culprit and most significant factor to this disease.
For these professionals, and our team at the Healing Grapevine, this is a disease directly affected by the poisons and toxins in our environment. We are not talking about the typical forms of pollution and chemical hazards; we are lifting the veil on industrialized food, nano-medicines, geo-engineering aka chem-trails, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Most importantly to note, this issue is far more reaching as a health hazard for everyone living on planet Earth today than any other pathogen or previous pandemic ever was.
When we first published this article in the spring of 2010, the answer we reported was NO, it is not contagious and it created quite a stir of concern and feedback.
Since then, we have more scientific researchers reporting evidence that continues to support this theory. We must think out the box, without fear, about what Morgellons really is because it does not follow any of the biological rules our medical community has ever encountered before.
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According to toxicologist, Dr. Staninger, her findings over the last 5 years prove - no, it is not.
From her clinical findings, there is not a specific pathogen associated with Morgellons to 'catch'...read more.
Click here to read, Is Morgellons Contagious? Yes
According to about 1/3 the readers communicating with us at the Healing Grapevine, they either caught 'something' from a friend, bed bugs or scabies in a hotel room, a family member with an itchy strange rash, or even the garden...read more.
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