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Parasites: Do You Have Them?

Large juicy fruits, long and slender kidneys, ambitions, ambitions, small, small. When we hear this song, we often think of earthworms or dewworms, but they will never dwell on you. But, that is inevitable but. We don't want to hear it! There are scary creatures that can and do exist in humans. There are many types from microscopic Giardia to large worms such as Worms. Canadians often think that only people living in tropical countries get worms. Not so, as I know.

My family and I have some of our own. I have seen other therapists, who eat the perfect vegetarian diet, get worms. My 5 month old son who barely ate solid food ended up in a diaper full of "live" Whip Worms, after I gave him a few days of garlic.

Where do you get these creatures? Well, you can get it from vegetables and fruits that are not washed or washed. From cooked meat, from hand to mouth, sexually, through skin, from water and more. If you are backpacking or camping remember to boil your water or use a filter.

Some parasites, such as Giardia, can cause severe symptoms on the day of infection. There are others, which are less likely to cause illness. I took one of the water that was not drained and boiled from a campsite in Canada.

My symptoms are not as severe as those of Giardia.

The symptoms are at risk of diarrhea, bleeding for mild diarrhea or no diarrhea at all. There are many unhealthy parasitic symptoms. It is between them; nose itching, itchy skin, nail clenches, nervousness, irritability, nerves, picking nose, finger biting, itching anus, very low energy, bronchitis etc. What I have seen and found with people is that they have no diarrhea at all and those with microscopic Ameba forms like Giardia will get diarrhea. The reason is that parasites actually act in the system. Giardia, for example, may actually develop into the mucous membranes of the intestinal wall, causing pain, blood and diarrhea. The body's natural reaction is to shed irritation, which is one of the causes of diarrhea.

There are worms that also flow into the intestinal wall. For example, when my son has a Worm Whip, he can't sit down without extreme pain. But Garlic does it.

I've mentioned garlic a few times, but what else will work? Take a look in your kitchen's spice closet for more. In addition to Garlic, Sage, cloves, Hyssop Tumeric Tea, Ginger, Flax Seeds, Fennel, Pumpkin Seeds, Both Thyme and Oregano can also be helpful although they are mostly anti-fungal. There are other herbs that are not used in cooking such as Wormwood, Black Walnut, Grapefruit seed extract and many more that are used for their ability to be toxic to parasites but not to you. I also find that people often need a combination of herbs to really clean their systems. I find that I use this combination often and get very good results.

How does one go about finding out whether they have parasites or parasites? From my experience, after working in a microbiology lab, a regular laboratory test is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. You will need to concentrate the dirt down, then find the worm eggs or find an inactive or active form of Ameba. This takes hours and in my opinion is a waste of taxpayer money. If you get a "negative" decision, don't assume you don't have a parasite.

There is a better way, as Hulda RegehrClark found, parasites can be detected by their electrical energy. This can be measured with computer equipment or manually through the Muscle Response Test.

How do you go about getting rid of them? The way I see it; If a person has severe symptoms, they must take a good dose of one or more of the ingredients listed to feel better. They can do the cleaning aspect after. If you have chronic symptoms, which I often see, you can start with cleansing herbs and parasites together. Keep in mind that many herbs can be made into tea, although I tend to use tinctures (liquid alcohol or glycerite form) or capsules. Tea is often bitter and you need to drink a lot if you have "big" problems. For convenience I use tinctures and capsules. (Remember to use reputable herbal companies. Not all herbs are the same, the quality control for some companies is very poor. It makes a big difference and since I've found cheaper isn't always the best option!)

Cleaning involves one or more of the following; colon, enema, liver / kidney combination to clean these organs, fiber supplements, bentonite clay, some forms of liver / gallbladder bile, and some good over all medications or cleansers to get toxins from the body. Remember, someone with toxic waste in their body will always attract parasites.

One thing to consider is that those who have toxic waste sites in their minds, and who have trouble setting boundaries with people, will also have problems with physical parasites. You can use some of these herbs in very small doses to help them with "border parasites", people you should never stand.

If your problem is simple, sometimes just groundbreaking can work, but if it is worse, get a professional holistic practitioner. If you have a chronic problem that seems to stay with you and no one is helping, seek the help of a practitioner. Investing in your health is the greatest asset you have!


The Parasite Menace by Skye Weintraub, N.D.

Guess What Comes to Dinner by Ann Louise Gittleman

Healing for All Diseases and Healing for All Cancer by Hulda Regehr Clark

Monica Hirai, Certified Herbalist, Holistic Practitioner, Hirai Health Service Owner, helps all ages achieve maximum health through herbs, homeopathy & diet.


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