I went through the same type thing. I was scratching one area to the point I ended up with dermatitis. It mostly affected the fronts of my calves. But, I also felt like there was something crawling under my skin in nose/eye area. I tried a lot of the same things you did. None of my doctors thought it looked anythink like scabies, my bed has never gone without using a mattress cover that is non permiable, (plus it is only aabout a year old, I bought new) I keep a pretty clean house, so do not think it is dustmites anyway. I have very little carpet in my house. I started using a heavy duty moisturizer and changed my diet and it completely went away. If the itching starts, I use a vaseline type product on the affected area.View Thread
I am interested in this same thing. I do not want to be all high, but I think marijuana would definitely beat the alternative of these crazy drugs they want to put you on. I swear they make me worse, and I have heard alot of horror stories on the long term affects. I do not want to go there again. I think I might do some research and will get back with you. Maybe even get my green card. It sure cant hurt.View Thread
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