Parasites In YOU

Parasites In YOU

parasites

Parasites in you can be a very nasty unhealthy thing if not dealt with right away.
Here I wish to make a few things go easier in peoples lives. Such as their health and wellness. I think there is a growing demand to do more and more fasting such as cleansing fasts of all names and functions. Once a year or twice, the best being every equinox. Yeah, when the seasons change.

Today I will start to compile a list for you all. So we can all start taking the things we are used to and, better still, that we can find abundantly all around us. Whether that list, of `herbs and such, be in the grocery store, the local ripp-off health store or just outside your door, in the great outdoors.

When you view the ”list” select the things that you can find, as I said, abundantly around you and at a good price aka cheap ; ).
Now start to take them. I think a person should do this the rest of their lives. Why you ask? Because as most books and websites about cleansing say. Here do this long, several month regime and it will rid you of parasites etc., etc. Do not eat all these foods that feed parasites, etc., etc. Psst they will just be back. So that is why I say ongoing treatment for parasites.

Well, I would say find the very powerful cheaper herbs and take them. Get it so you have it worked into your life style, your life style of eating that is.

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Below Is the start of the list:
Black Walnut, Graviola Bark, Quassia, Butternut Bark, Wormwood (artemisia), Oregon Grape Root, Milk Thistle Seed, Diatomatious Earth (food grade), Olive Leave, Rhubarb, Clove, Pumpkin Seed, Red Raspberry Seed, Aloe Vera, Papain, Cat’s Claw, Goats Rue, Garlic, African Cayenne

Here is some great news Three (3) of those herbs can get rid of over one hundred (100) of those parasites. It can do it with no nausea or adverse reaction to whatever other ”drugs” you may be on.
The three herbs are:
Black Walnut Hulls, Wormwood (Artemisia absynthium), Common Cloves
Dang and here I could of peddled all those other herbs to people huhuhu huhu hu ; )

These three herbs must be used together. Black walnut hull and wormwood kill adults and developmental stages of at least 100 parasites. Cloves kill the eggs. Only if you use them together will you rid yourself of parasites. If you kill only the adults, the tiny stages and eggs will soon grow into new adults. If you kill only the eggs, the million stages already loose in your body will soon grow into adults and make more eggs. They must be used together as a single treatment.

This will kill over (100)  parasites except for the ones in so-called ‘diverticulas’ (pockets in the lower colon). The active ingredients of the parasite program are too weak by the time they reach the lower colon to kill the parasites in those pockets. They must finally be killed with a Black Walnut Hull Extra Strength Enema or another enema for this process.

Common helminths (human parasites) and the problems they cause include the following:

  • Roundworm: Roundworms hatch and live in the intestines. The eggs usually enter the body through contaminated water or food or on fingers placed in the mouth after the hands have touched a contaminated object. Symptoms of their presence include fatigue, weight loss, irritability, poor appetite, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Treatment with medication results in a cure in about a week. Without treatment, anemia and malnutrition can develop.
  • Pinworm: Also called seatworms and threadworms, pinworms hatch and live primarily in the intestines. The eggs usually enter the body through the anus, through the nose or mouth via inhaled air, or through the mouth on fingers that have touched a contaminated object. Symptoms of their presence include anal itching and sometimes pale skin and stomach discomfort. If pinworms enter the vagina in females, discharge and itching may develop. Pinworms do not cause serious complications. Treatment with medication results in a cure within days.
  • Trichina spiralis: This worm lives in the intestines and causes a serious illness known as trichinosis. The eggs usually enter the body via raw or undercooked pork, sausage or bear meat. In the intestines, the eggs hatch, mature, and migrate to other parts of the body through the bloodstream and the lymphatic system. Early symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps. In time, a high fever, puffiness of the face and muscle pain develop. Eventually the worms can penetrate the muscles, the heart and the brain and can cause death. Treatment with an anti-worm drug such as thiabendazole, as well as bed rest and a physician’s care, can cure trichinosis. Recovery may take several months. Diagnosis of trichinosis sometimes requires analysis of a tissue sample (biopsy) taken from muscle.
  • Tapeworm: Tapeworms live in the intestines. The eggs usually enter the body via raw or uncooked beef. Symptoms of their presence are usually absent. However, some patients experience abdominal pain, fatigue, weight loss, and diarrhea. Treatment with medication results in a cure within days.
  • Fluke: Flukes live in different locations in the body, including the intestines, bladder, rectum, liver, spleen, lungs and veins. Flukes first mature inside freshwater snails. After leaving the snails, they can enter the body of humans by penetrating the skin of persons swimming, bathing or washing in water where flukes are active. Infected persons can re-contaminate the water by urinating or defecating in it. Most infected persons experience no symptoms. However, some infected persons may experience rash, itching, muscle aches, coughing, chills and fever. Flukes pass out of the body, but persons can become infected again and again. In time, the repeated infections can damage the liver, bladder, intestines and lungs. In rare cases, flukes can invade the spinal cord or brain and cause seizures and paralysis. Fluke-caused illnesses are classified as schistosomiasis (also called bilharziasis) and are mainly confined to Africa parts of South America and the Caribbean, and parts of the Middle East, China and the Philippines.

Helminth is another word for parasites in a human body.
Some of the nastiest that can be in people are:

Helminth species

 

Numbers
(millions)

 

Distribution
Ancylostoma duodenale Necator americanus and
1,298.00
Worldwide; developing countries
Ascaris lumbricoides
1,472.00
Worldwide; developing countries
Brugia malayi and Brugia timori
13.00
E. Indonesia islands; Philippines; S.E. Asia; Southern China; India.
Clonorchis sinensis
7.01
China; Korea; Taiwan; Vietnam
Diphyllobothrium latum
9.00
Worldwide where certain raw fish is eaten.
Dracnunculus medinensis
0.08
Sub-Sahara Africa; Yemen
Echinococcus granulosus and Echinococcus multilocularis
2.70
Worldwide
Echinostoma spp.
0.15
Philippines; Thailand
Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica
2.40
China; Egypt; Europe; Iran; South America
Fasciolopsis buski
0.21
Bangladesh; Cambodia; China; India; Indonesia; Laos; Thailand; Vietnam.
Heterophyes heterophyes (and related species)
0.24
Egypt; Iran; Korea
Hymenolepis nana
75.00
Americas; Australia; developing countries
Loa loa
13.00
West and central Sub-Saharan Africa
Metagonimus yokogawai (and related species)
0.66
Korea; S.E. Asia.
Onchocerca volvulus
17.66
Central and South America; Sub-Saharan Africa; Yemen
Opisthorchis viverrini and Opisthorchis felineus
10.33
Kazakhastan; Laos; Thailand; Ukraine
Paragonimus westermani (and related species)
20.68
China; Laos; Korea; Ecuador; Peru
Schistosoma haematobium
113.88
Africa; E. Mediterranean region
Schistosoma intercalatum
1.73
Sub-Saharan Africa
Schistosoma japonicum
1.55
China; Western Pacific region
Schistosoma mansoni
83.31
Africa; Caribbean; E. Mediterranean region
Schistosoma mekongi
0.91
Cambodia; Laos
Strongyloides stercoralis
70.00
Worldwide (warmer countries)
Taenia saginata
77.00
Worldwide (related to beef consumption)
Taenia solium
10.00
Worldwide (related to raising pigs for pork)
Trichuris trichiura
1,049.00
Worldwide; developing countries
Wuchereria bancrofti
107.00
Asia; Central and South America; Sub-Saharan Africa; West Pacific countries

The word “helminth” is derived from the Greek “helmins” (worm). Helminthology is the study of parasitic worms.

For now that should get most started on the road to health and vigour for life once again. I will be back with more helpful things to do in the next blog. Stay tuned : )

Answers, comments and opinions provided on this blog are general information, and are not intended to substitute for informed professional medical help from your doctors.

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