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Methods To Help Detox Parasites Naturally

Updated: Feb 18

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Your body possesses inherent defense mechanisms against parasites, indicating that these organisms may serve a purpose in the ecosystem by aiding in the breakdown and elimination of harmful substances. Therefore, maintaining a diet consisting of clean and suitable food can potentially negate the need for parasites in the body.

A robust and healthy immune system is equipped with various defense mechanisms, including phagocytic cells, which can engulf and eliminate microorganisms, as well as acidic gastric juice, tear secretions, mucus, urine, and protection from dead epithelial cells and fats. These defenses work collectively to ward off invaders and pathogens.

Furthermore, a healthy intestinal microflora is deemed one of the most effective defenses against tapeworms. This microflora can be cultivated by consuming natural and raw foods, reinforcing the body's ability to resist parasitic infections.

During parasite elimination, it's vital to maintain a well-balanced diet rich in nutrients to support the immune system and address any nutrient deficiencies caused by parasitic activity.

High-fiber foods are particularly important during the cleansing process, as they help increase residual mass, aiding in the capture and expulsion of parasites from the intestine. Combining a parasite cleanse with probiotics can also bolster the body's defenses against future infections.

Throughout the cleansing period, it's advisable to minimize or eliminate refined sugars, yeast products, and junk foods from your diet. Furthermore, to prevent re-infection, avoid consuming raw or undercooked meats and seafood, and adhere to strict hygiene practices.

Naturally occurring antiparasitic agents found in certain foods can effectively control parasites. Incorporating vegetables (such as carrots, cabbage, radishes, and horseradish), fruits (like pineapple and rhubarb), berries (including figs and goji berries), aromatic spices (such as garlic, onion, and oregano), and medicinal plants (like aloe and wormwood) into your diet can aid in parasite control.

Popular antiparasitic herbs and foods include tansy, mugwort, cloves, and walnut leaves. When used together, these herbs have been shown to combat a wide range of parasite species.

For comprehensive parasite prevention, consider administering an anti-parasite regimen for the entire family simultaneously. This proactive approach can help safeguard against potential parasite transmission within the household.

Here's a compilation of antiparasitic herbs and foods that are believed to help combat parasites:

  1. Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare)

  2. Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)

  3. Cloves

  4. Walnut leaves

  5. Lavender

  6. Mint

  7. Barberries

  8. Thuja

  9. Inula

  10. Walnuts

  11. Artichokes

  12. Pomegranates

  13. Pumpkins and pumpkin seeds (known to immobilize nodules and aid in their expulsion from the gut)

  14. Grapefruit

  15. Hidden-lilies (Curcuma genus), including turmeric and Siam tulip

  16. Dandelion

  17. Calendula

  18. Garlic

  19. Ginger (known for its potent effect, capable of destroying parasites’ eggs and larvae)

  20. Vegetable oils obtained by cold pressing, such as walnut oil, grape seed oil, cedar oil, milk thistle oil, flaxseed oil, and apricot oil.

These antiparasitic herbs, plants, and foods can be incorporated into your diet in various ways, such as adding them to salads or using them to prepare tinctures with oil, honey, vodka, or wine. However, be mindful of the doses required, as high doses may sometimes lead to nausea.

Interestingly, the Japanese tradition of consuming pickled ginger alongside raw fish in sushi might contribute to their lower rates of parasitic infections. Additionally, research suggests that individuals who regularly consume herbs, spices, or foods from the above list are less prone to parasitic infections.

Here's a description of natural antiparasitic supplements:

Black Walnut Extract:

Eastern Black Walnut has been esteemed in North American folk medicine for its natural components' effective action. Rich in polyphenols, juglone, carotene, and vitamins C, B1, B6, F, E, it also contains essential oils, organic acids, and tannins. Black Walnut Extract aids in body cleansing, supports digestive function, and bolsters the immune system.

Notably, it is abundant in vitamin C, a potent antioxidant guarding against free radicals' harm and benefiting those experiencing fatigue. Juglone, a key component, aids in purging parasites, fungi, and harmful bacteria, while tannins help prevent gastrointestinal malignancy by forming a protective film on intestinal membranes, fortifying immunity.

Benefits of Eastern Black Walnut Extract include:

  • Expelling parasites, fungi, and harmful bacteria from the body

  • Supporting optimal intestinal function

  • Strengthening the immune system

  • Enhancing blood production and purification

  • Regulating cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood glucose levels

Here's a detailed overview of the Para-Herb antiparasitic supplement, containing eight potent bitter-tasting plants and one fungal component, designed for modern, convenient consumption in capsule form:

  1. Black Walnut Leaves (Juglans Nigra): Rich in polyphenols, juglone, carotene, and various vitamins, black walnut effectively combats bacteria, fungi, tapeworms, helminths, and worms.

  2. Chanterelle (Cantharellus Cibarius): Renowned for its parasite-cleansing properties, chanterelle fungi effectively combat helminths and dissolve parasite eggs, aiding in their expulsion.

  3. Olive Leaves (Olea Europaea): Olive leaf extract exhibits antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiprotozoal effects, demonstrating promise in combating parasites and other harmful microbes.

  4. Caraway (Carum Carvi): Rich in essential oils and tannins, caraway aids digestion, alleviates abdominal discomfort, and stimulates appetite.

  5. Clove (Caryophyllus Aromaticus): Containing eugenol, cloves possess potent antiseptic, antibacterial, and parasiticidal properties, beneficial for combating infections and parasites.

  6. Yellow Gentian (Gentiana Lutea): Yellow gentian roots possess anti-inflammatory properties and aid in expelling intestinal parasites while stimulating digestive activity and appetite.

  7. Cat’s Claw (Uncaria Tomentosa): Used for treating viruses, parasites, and inflammation, cat’s claw also exhibits antiviral properties against certain pathogens.

  8. Wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium): Folk medicine employs wormwood to eradicate intestinal parasites, improve appetite, alleviate gastrointestinal discomfort, and address liver issues.

  9. Tansy (Tanacetum Vulgare): Highly toxic to internal parasites, tansy has been used for centuries to expel worms, acting as an effective insecticide.

Usage Instructions:

  • Take 4 capsules daily, 10 minutes before meals, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

  • Begin with 1-2 capsules daily and gradually increase dosage to prevent parasite resistance and potential side effects.

  • Recommended usage schedule:

  • Phase I: 10 days (2 capsules twice daily), followed by a 5-day pause.

  • Phase II: 10 days (2 capsules twice daily), followed by a 5-day pause.

  • Phase III: 10 days (2 capsules twice daily).

By adhering to these guidelines, users can effectively incorporate Para-Herb into their antiparasitic regimen while minimizing adverse reactions and maximizing benefits.

*Important Safety Precautions:

  • Monitor your well-being closely, as individual health conditions vary.

  • Avoid use during pregnancy and lactation, as well as in cases of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.

  • Consult a doctor or therapist before use if you have peptic ulcer disease, gastric hyperacidity, gastritis, high blood pressure, thick blood (while taking blood thinners), kidney failure, or other serious illnesses.

  • For children, dosage depends on age and weight, typically ranging from 1-2 capsules daily.

  • Ensure children consume high-fiber foods alongside Para-Herb to aid in parasite expulsion.

Fiber-Rich Intestinal Cleansing DETOX

In conjunction with the Para-Herb product, incorporating high-fiber foods or a fiber-rich intestinal cleansing detox regimen is recommended. The fibers in this product expand into a gel mass within the intestine, absorbing residues, parasites, and toxins before gently expelling them. Following the eradication of parasites, it is crucial to restore and fortify normal intestinal microflora.

Intestinal cleansing Detox also includes 12 different probiotic strains that promote and safeguard your intestinal microflora. Probiotics aid in nutrient absorption and help maintain control over harmful pathogens (bad bacteria, fungi, parasites) when present in sufficient colonies.

How to Use Fiber-Rich Intestinal Cleansing DETOX:

Recommended usage:

Consume 1 tablespoon of fiber with 1-2 glasses of water in the morning upon waking or in the evening before bedtime. Ensure Para-Herb capsules and fiber intake are scheduled at different times to prevent the fiber from absorbing Para-Herb herbal powder. For individuals experiencing constipation or hemorrhoids (use caution with fibrous hemorrhoids), take fiber in the morning and maintain adequate water intake of 1.5-2 liters throughout the day.

Preventing parasitic infections is often simpler than treating them. Here are some steps you can take to reduce your risk of parasitic infections:

  1. Thoroughly wash raw vegetables, berries, and fruits before consuming them.

  2. Always wash your hands with soap before eating.

  3. Avoid consuming raw or undercooked fish and meat; ensure all meat products are properly cooked or fried.

  4. Protect food from contamination by dust, flies, and rodents.

  5. Ensure that water sources are not contaminated by nearby toilets or waste areas.

  6. Maintain cleanliness in your surroundings, including keeping toilets clean, especially if you have pets.

  7. When traveling, drink water from sealed bottles and consider carrying antiparasitic supplements.

  8. Consistent prophylaxis is the best approach to preventing parasitic infections.

  9. It may not be worth worrying excessively about whether you have parasites, as they are quite common. However, if you suspect an infection, seek medical advice. Keep in mind that diagnostic tests can be costly, and some conventional antiparasitic medications may have significant side effects.

By following these preventive measures, you can reduce your risk of parasitic infections and promote overall health and well-being.

Medical Disclaimer:

The information provided here is for general informational purposes only and should not be considered as professional medical advice. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical diagnosis, treatment, or advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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