Tuesday, April 5, 2011

How to Get Rid of Parasites?

Everything you eat, drink, or handle could be inviting unwanted guests to set up home inside your body. It may not be the most pleasant subject, but it's the reality of the world in which we live. Harmful organisms affect billions of people.

It's estimated 90% of the population may have some form of harmful organism lurking in their bodies and not know it! These intruders live in and feed off the host, depriving them of vitamins, nutrients, and amino acids, altering natural pH levels, decreasing energy levels, and creating an acidic environment within the body.

Signs of parasitic infection:
  • fatigue
  • bloating
  • irritability
  • poor vision
  • bad breath
  • itchy rectum
  • yellow skin
  • poor memory
  • sleep problems
  • lack of appetite
  • intestinal malfunction
  • unexplained weight gain
Once a person is infested, it's not too difficult to eliminate the adult organisms. The more difficult part lies in dealing with the complete life cycle of these intruders. Fortunately, there are powerful herbs traditionally used to help the body establish an internal environment that is unfavorable and even hostile to unwanted invaders.

The most effective parasite fighting herbs:
  • Organic Black Walnut Hull (From Green Hull) - One of the strongest and most versatile herbs for removing harmful organisms, the kernel and green hull are the most potent parts of the Black Walnut to promote Harmful Organism cleansing of the intestinal tract. The high tannin content of the green hull is primarily responsible for the walnuts beneficial properties. Other constituents such as juglandin, juglone, and juglandic acid are also involved in the purging process. Some research suggests Black Walnut can oxygenate the blood, which also helps create a hostile environment to harmful organisms. The green husk also contains organic iodine, which possesses antimicrobial properties assisting your intestinal tract in the cleansing of harmful organisms.
  • Organic Male Fern Root - Researchers have determined that male fern root contains the compounds filicin, filmarone, and oleoresin, which help establish an environment toxic to a broad range of harmful organisms in your body.
  • Organic Clove - Clove Bud is considered one of the best herbs for killing eggs from harmful organisms and it also acts as a powerful fungicide.
  • Organic Wormwood - References to Wormwood date back to 1600 BC in Egypt. Historically, wormwood has been used as an intestinal cleanser and anti-parasite herb. Wormwood creates an extremely hostile environment for harmful organisms in your intestinal tract and also promotes healthy digestive processes such as increasing liver and gallbladder secretions.
  • Organic Fresh Water Diatomaceous Earth (DE) - The razor sharp edges of the diatoms in Diatomaceous Earth discourage colonization of harmful organisms in the intestinal tract. These sharp edges slice tiny holes in the outer shells of harmful organisms, causing them to lose vital fluids and die. This natural substance helps the body fight harmful organisms without chemicals. DE won't harm beneficial Probiotic organisms in the bowel, and ingestion of Diatomaceous Earth is not toxic to mammals.
  • Organic Kamala - Kamala has been traditionally used to eliminate intestinal and blood-borne organisms. Kamala is especially useful for eliminating tapeworms & rounnd is known to act quickly and effectively.
  • Organic Anamu - Anamu is a flowering plant that grows wild in South America, Mexico, Texas and other similar regions. It has a long history of medicinal use, that includes helping relieve intesintal gas, expels harmful organisms and promote a healthy immune system.
  • Organic American Wormseed (Chenopodium) - Derived from the seeds and other aboveground parts of wormseed, Chenopodium is an excellent ingredient for any product used to promote a healthy intestinal environment. Before being popularized by the medical establishment in America during the 19th century, American Wormseed was frequently used by Native Americans to support digestive health. Wormseed is also said to have properties for removing intestinal irritants that cause spasms within the colon wall. Wormseed contains up to 90% ascaridol - an ingredient found to be useful for discouraging intestinal invaders.
As worm populations build up over time, many of the health problems caused by these worms become chronic. The worms can cause malnutrition as they rob the body of food - either by reducing appetite, or by preventing food from being absorbed properly once it has been eaten. Children with chronic worm infections and large numbers of worms may become stunted and underweight.

Heavy infections with roundworm can cause bowel obstruction. Intestinal worms - especially hookworm - can contribute to anemia by causing intestinal bleeding and thus loss of blood. The larger the number of worms, the more likely they are to make a person ill. Chronic infections can lead to long-term retardation of mental and physical development and, in very severe infections, even death.

The long-term presence of parasites may contribute to the development of food allergies.

Harmful organisms may be present in food or water and are more and more frequently being identified as causes of food-borne illness in the United States. The illnesses they cause can range from mild discomfort to debilitating illness and possibly even death. A parasitic detox should be performed at least twice a year.


*This information is for educational purpose only. It is not meant to diagnose or cure a disease.

*Information courtesy of Diagnose me & GHC website
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