Have you ever heard that you can tell if a person has Morgellons or not by having them swish wine around in their mouth and spitting it into a bowl? Is it factual or fictional? Will the Red Wine Test determine if someone has Morgellons, or not? You and your doctor should be able to save time by avoiding the dead-ends discussed in this short article.
Why Not The Spit Test?
One commonly proposed testing method for Morgellons is the red wine spit test. While this test might reveal evidence of oral biofilms in the mouth, the red wine spit test does not tell if fibers are embedded in skin tissue. Morgellons is a skin disease.
Since the spit test is not accurate, what is the Gold Standard Morgellons Test in 2021?
Accurate Morgellons Test
In reality, Morgellons is defined by the characteristic fibers that can be observed under the surface of the skin. The fibers themselves are distinguishable, and always much smaller than a human hair from on top of the head.
Here is a short video showcasing the differences:
Knowing what these fibers look like, where do we look for them and what do we use? The Fool Proof Morgellons Test Method will have us looking directly in lesions. Although Morgellons patients can be asymptomatic, usually Morgellons becomes problematic during times when ulcerations are present.
Use an affordable USB microscope like the ones on Amazon, I have this one. Using a microscope, peer into a lesion and look for subsurface fibers that would be visible in a Morgellons Disease patient.
Subsurface Morgellons Fibers
Notice that in the following videos you can see the fibers are obviously growing from under the surface of the skin. At times you will see the gleam of the light passing above fibers, demonstrating they are under the skin.
And in this video, you can again see how the subsurface fibers are revealed with this simple and accurate Morgellons Test.
Tested Positive, What’s Next?
Recent research has allowed us to better understand Morgellons disease. Watch the following conference presentation, Morgellons Demystified to learn more about what we now know.
Finding a good doctor who hasn’t been dissuaded from treating Morgellons is a bit of a process. After securing one, or if your current doctor understands the association of Morgellons Disease with Lyme and Co-Infections, the best resource to aid in your healing journey is Dr. Ginger Savely’s “Morgellons: The Legitimization of a Disease“. The information contained in this book allows for a better understanding of the facts versus misinformation. At just under ten bucks for the Kindle version, how could you afford not to own such a valuable resource?
Listen below to an audio excerpt from that publication.