What are black pepper mites?
Black pepper mites are said to be another name for the Collembola or Morgellons Disease. This is due to the black specs left on the skin and the environment.
Black pepper mites can also be referred to as scabies mites because of the black track marks on the skin.
Black Pepper Mites and Scabies Facts:
- Scabies is a highly contagious, itchy skin condition caused by very small, wingless insects or Mites called the Human Itch Mite or Scabies Mite.
- Scabies can be spread by an extended period of close personal contact, or by contact with items contaminated by Scabies.
- Scabies are transferred by direct, prolonged, skin-to-skin contact with a person already infested with scabies.
- Scabies can look like other conditions, but it can also be tested with a skin scraping.
- Scabies is an intensely itchy condition caused by a microscopic mite.
- Scabies is usually transmitted by skin-to-skin or sexual contact with an infected person and appears as small bumps, blisters, or pus-filled lesions that can cause intense itching, especially at night or after a hot bath.
- Scabies — which occurs only in humans and affects an estimated 300 million people worldwide each year — is no ordinary rash.