Parasite cleanse to kill Intestinal worms and other parasites

parasite cleanse with parasite herbsIn todays society we have developed poor eating choices and a overindulgent lifestyle. Our overly hygienic living spaces have made us more suseptible to parasites. Constipation, which affects 90% of the population offer the perfect breeding ground for worms and other parasites. Therefore a parasite cleanse is certainly on the cards.

These parasites move around in the blood and organs, eating our food and supplements for them to breed and grow. Their waste creates a toxic burden for our body. In the old days people were naturally eating worming herbs as part of their diet. Today you can get these convenient parasite herbs in capsules. The herbal worming remedie that was brought into public focus by Hulda Clark is still the best parasite cleanse for worms in buy parasite cleansehumans and pet parasites.

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What are Parasites?

They are organisms (parasites) that feed of others (the host). They take all their nutrients often without the host knowing. Some parasites have a short breeding cycle (36 hours), which means that if you are suffering from constipation you are more likely to have parasites.

Our body can be host to about threehundred species of parasites. Some are large intestinal worms others are microscopic parasites.

Blastocystis hominis - is similar to candida a organism that is found in most people and in the past it did not receive much attention. Today it has become another quiet epidemic.

Helicobactor pylori - a corkscrew shaped parasite is reaping heavoc with many digestive systems. Often misdiagnosed as IBS it can be difficult to test for. There are several species of h pylori that can live in the human body.

Giardia - is a microscopic invader that usually lives in the small intestine causing nausea, upset stomach, abdominal cramps and diarrhoea. Most infections happen through drinking water in warmer regions. A decreased fat absorption together with a lack of fat-soluble vitamins E, A, K1 and D can cause further problems.

Pinworms (Enterobius) - The entire life cycle of these resilient worms takes place inside the our digestive system. Sometimes you can see worms leaving the body through the anus at night. Human to human contact is the most common form to spread Pinworms. Common symptom is a itchy anus often found among school children. About twohundretninethousand people are infected worldwide with Enterobiasis or Pinworm infection

Roundworms (Nematodes) - sizes can vary from microscopic to 20cm long (8”) depending on which of the thousands of species you look at. The eggs can be found in food, water and soil. The cycle begins in the intestinal mucosa, through the lungs via the circulation system to the bronchial tubes and to the throat. There they are swallowed and than repeate their breeding cycle. Roundworms can live for 1-2 years and sometimes can cause constipation if they are clumped together in the intestines.

Hookworm - attach to the intestinal walls after going through a similar cylce than roundworms. Hookworms live off the host’s blood which can cause poor appetite and abdominal pain leading to nutrient and protein deficiencies.

Intestinal Fluke - often found in the upper jejunum in the small intestine and can also live in the ileum, liver and stomach. They look and have the size of a blanched almond, but some can grow up to 7.5cm long. They cause anaemia, abdominal pain, allergies, diarrhoea, bowel obstructions and toxaemia.

Tapeworm - we can get tapeworm through cysts in raw meat. The cyst can grow 2-3 meters and move around the colon at will. When the tapeworm is mature it breaks off segments in a attempt to reproduce. These segments are visible in the faces and are often 10cm long and 1cm wide. In nature these segments are than ingested by another animal like cows who eat the infected grass. Lately some weightloss programs suggesting taking Tapeworm cyst to help loose weight. Be warned, it's not a good thing to have a tapeworm.

Fungi - Candida infections are mostly seen in people with bacterial imbalance, compromised immune systems and diabetes. Candida is often found in the vagina, intestines, ears and mouth and can grow by feeding it fatty, sweet and fermented food.
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Parasite Symptoms

Many of the symptoms for parasites are also typical of common bowel problems.

  • Visible parasites in stool
  • Diarrhoea
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • blood and mucus in the stool
  • Loose, smelly stools
  • Foggy Brain
  • Bloating and Flatulence
  • Fatigue & Lethargy
  • Poor appetite and weight loss
  • Abdominal pain

Managing Intestinal Worms

You can purchase medication from the pharmacy, which usually kills 8 specific intestinal worms. Unfortunatley it does not kill them all. Antibiotics do also generally more harm than good and many parasites are already immune against it. Most chemical drugs have side effects. This is why we recommend natural herbs. Only in the most extreme cases of tapeworms do we suggest a single prescription that can eliminate the problem very fast.

Buy a parasite cleanse with traditional Parasite herbs

Apart from killing the parasites you also want to eliminate their breeding ground and make their home as hostile as possible to them. This means cleaning out your intestines from any old faeces. Colon cleansing is a must if you have parasites. We recommend AIM Herbal Fiberblend for this process.

You can also...
• Include traditionally recognised foods such as garlic, beetroot, pumpkin seeds, carrots and barberry in your diet.
• Reduce processed food, sugar and dairy.
• Supplement with Zinc and vitamins A & C
Take daily probiotics to support good bacteria in the gut.

How do we get Parasites?

Knowing that a parasite is an organism that lives at the expense of a host, one may ask how a parasite comes to live in a host?. There are several ways a parasite can come to inhabit the body of a human:
The parasite is never exposed to outside environments and finishes its development and reproduction inside the host.
The parasite is never exposed to the outside world however it’s developments cycles occur in the host
The parasite does come in contact with the outside world for varying periods of time, but is usually contained within a protective structure of some sort, like eggs or a cyst. Mainly intestinal parasites.
The organism is exposed to the external environment during its development and transmission between hosts. Entry maybe a passive process as by ingestion or an active process like penetration.

The human body has various mechanisms to protect itself from human worms. The skin is a major protector. Another protector is found in our blood which contains certain substances that prove deadly for certain class of parasites.
The healthier the body the better the  defends mechanism.

Remember: the best way to protect yourself is prevention with parasite herbs.