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Parisite Problems & Natures Solution

April 1, 2012

Wondering if you might have parasites? Did you know that 90% of people have been infected with parasites?

     If the immune system is compromised it allows parasites to enter the body more easily. However if we have parasites it can cause our immune system to go on high alert and often can be misdirected and thus possibly be a factor in disease. Excessive parasites can place a burden on our immune system to protect us and eliminate their toxins.

     We could not exist on this planet and not be in contact with parasites. And while our immune system does a good job of keeping them out of the body a few still get through, just as viruses and bacteria also get through. There is some thought that parasites serve a purpose of keeping our immune system active.

     We get parasites from food, water, contact with pets and the environment. We can be host to several hundred different types of parasites ranging from microscopic amoebas to tapeworms that can grow to be several feet long. Regular tests can only find several dozen and their accuracy is questionable. Most of the time we do not notice parasites. We can afford to share the nutrients from food and eliminate their waste without too much burden on our system. As populations of parasites gradually increase, we start having issues like allergies, congestion, restlessness, sleeplessness, poor digestion that we accept as our normal health status. These issues come on over a long period of time so we do not notice them as anything wrong. Since parasites are so prevalent, it seems everyone can benefit from a yearly parasite cleanse

Again, these symptoms may not happen overnight but gradually which makes these extremely hard to attribute to a parasite hosting within your body.

  1. Abdominal Pain
  2. Constipation
  3. Anemia
  4. Chronic Fatigue
  5. Diarrhea
  6. Headaches
  7. Iron Deficiency
  8. Jaundice
  9. Nausea & Vomiting
  10. Unusual Weight Loss
  11. Unusual Weight Gain
  12. Itchy Anus
  13. Weakness or Fatigue

 

Types of parasites

     In biology, the parasitic way of life is very common. There are several families of parasites: Roundworms, Tapeworms, Flukes and Single Cell parasites such as amoebas and protozoans. Each group has many kinds of parasites. While many parasites reside in the intestinal tract there are quite a few that live in other parts of the body, especially in nutrient rich organs like the liver, kidneys, heart, pancreas, brain and in the blood and lymphatic systems.

Roundworm=

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     Roundworms are common throughout the world. It is estimated that twenty five percent of people in the world are infected with roundworms. Infections come from consuming worm eggs found on fruits and vegetables grown in contaminated soil. Some symptoms of roundworms are digestive disturbances, intestinal gas, weight gain around full moon, blood sugar imbalance, fatigue, anemia, restlessness and teeth grinding at night.

 Roundworms include common round worm (Ascara lumbricoides ),

Hookworm=

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Strongyloides stercoralis=

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Ancylastoma caninum=

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Whipworm=

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pinworm =

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Toxocara canis,=

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Dirofilaria immitis (dog heartworm)-

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Trichinosis.

Tapeworm

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Cures

Wormwood Combination™

     The original Wormwood Combination formula by Hanna Kroeger, stems from a long history of folk medicine, and decades of hands-on work with people’s health needs. Hanna Kroeger’s Wormwood Combination is a balanced formula that addresses parasites while not adversely affecting the host.

Cloves

     As mentioned above, cloves help to diminish the digestive discomforts caused by parasites and while doing a parasite cleanse. Cloves have been traditionally used to harmonize digestive function, calm the stomach, promote bowel movement and reduce gas and mucus. Cloves contain sesquiterpenes that are very effective at killing parasites and their eggs.

Black Walnut Hull Tincture (from green black walnuts)

     Both the leaves and the walnut hulls are used as a vermifuge or anti-parasitic herb. Black Walnut acts in several ways to address parasites. It works as a laxative to help expel parasites from the intestinal tract, it also oxygenates the blood to help kill parasites, and can also assist in ridding parasites from the blood, lymphatic system and organs such as kidneys, brain, liver, heart and intestinal tract.

Dietary considerations

     Avoiding raw or undercooked beef, pork, fish and chicken is an obvious step in prevention. Water chestnuts, watercress, unwashed fruits and vegetables, and mountain water are also to be avoided. Parasites love sugar and carbohydrates as well as other easily assimilated foods. It is best to eliminate sweets, alcohol and potato chips while cleansing. Pumpkin seeds, garlic, calmyrna figs, pomegranates, cranberry juice, and apple cider vinegar are good foods to include in your diet to control parasites. Parasitic infections take hold when the body is alkaline. Keeping the intestines slightly acidic may help prevent and treat an infection. Cranberry juice or diluted apple cider vinegar (2 tablespoons to eight ounces of water) works well for this.

     The subject of parasites can be unpleasant, yet it is more common than most people are aware of. Becoming proactive about parasite maintenance can make a big difference in overall health. Doing a preventative program can ease your worries about uninvited guests.

Ornithine and arginine are two natural aminoacids that detox ammonia. They help the body free itself from excessive nitrogen. They protect the liver from damage caused by medications and chemicals and stimulate the regeneration of the liver. They strengthen the immune defense by stimulating the production of more active and more effective WBCs.
Arginine is also involved with hormone secretion and reduces tumor growth. 

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