Currently, there is practically no person who did not have or does not have any parasites in their body. Parasites are one of the main causes of disease. It is estimated that about 90% of humanity carries parasites.
Why is this happening?
It is estimated that parasitic eggs are infected as a result of poor hygiene. At this point, many of us are outraged, but it is not just about your own hygiene, but also the people who you have direct or indirect contact with.
And here we should mention how we are exposed to infection and when we get infected.
We know that pinworm infection mainly affects children. They are outside, in the sandbox, or on the playground, they get infected with parasitic eggs from cat feces or dogs. Pinworms and their eggs position themselves around the anus, causing pruritus. We carry them on the skin, on the clothes, bedding, dishes, under nails, scratching can spread them literally in every place. We can also catch parasite eggs from a cat or a dog. We can get infected with parasite eggs by eating the food infested with them. For example, pork meat may be infected with Trichinella spiralis. Poorly washed fruits or vegetables may contain lumbricids or fluke eggs. There may be a tapeworm in sushi or caviar. We are condemned to the danger of getting infected with parasitic eggs by drinking infected water or even by bathing in rivers, lakes, or ponds.
How can you check if you have parasites in your body?
You can use laboratory tests for this purpose.
Testing feces for their presence is not very effective because we do not test feces when parasites are laying eggs (effectiveness: 10-20%).
A blood test is more effective, it shows the already occurring infection (effectiveness: 50%).
We also know that parasites are not only found in the large intestine, but are also located in soft tissues such as our muscles, lungs, brain, or the circulatory system. It is often the case that the tests will not detect anything, and only bio-resonance testing can detect the presence of one or more parasites.
What to do when you, in fact, have parasites?
You should be dewormed. However, you must do it competently, preferably under the supervision of professional medical care, because every person has a different immunity and strength of their body. In addition, you need to properly prepare the body for deworming. The most common symptoms indicating the presence of parasites in your body are:
- diarrhea which hasn’t occurred before,
- abdominal pain,
- food poisoning,
- an increased or decreased appetite,
- lack of satiety after eating,
- hair loss and hair-splitting,
- rashes, hives, acne, itching, and dry skin,
- dark under-eye circles,
- redness on the cheeks,
- in children: excessive mobility,
- constant fatigue,
- problems falling asleep,
- grinding of teeth,
- restless sleep,
- frequent respiratory infections,
- frequent urinary tract infections,
- aching muscles and joints,
The most common infections include parasites such as: giant roundworms, human whipworm, Ancylostoma duodenale, and pinworm.
However, the most dangerous are flukes. There are several varieties: intestines, liver, lungs, blood, and pancreas. They cause huge devastation in our body, attacking, for example, muscles and causing muscle aches, fibromyalgia, or rheumatic disease of soft tissues, diabetes, and even cancer.
How to prevent parasites infection?
1)The most important thing is to maintain a very good quality personal hygiene as well as the hygiene of your surroundings.
2) Take very good care of the hygiene of your pet, and systematically deworm your pet.
3) An appropriate, balanced diet, that is, adding to your daily meals pickles, fermented cabbage, drinking pickle and fermented cabbage juice, eating pumpkin seeds, almonds, garlic, turnip, onion, horseradish, dried apples, plums, sorrel to your daily meals. Using the right seasoning to prepare meals such as cloves, turmeric, thyme, marjoram, fennel, cayenne pepper, mint, rosemary, thyme, sage, chamomile, ginger, cinnamon, oregano, basil.
Certainly, the appropriate diet plus herbs will help get rid of parasites and prevent their re-infection.
However, if you are already infected with parasites, the deworming treatment is long and very difficult. Of course, it depends on the individual state of your body and how many of these parasites you have.
What kind of herbs can help with fighting parasites?
1) Common Wormwood – for intestinal parasites, roundworms, amphibians, protozoa.
2) Tanacetum- fights worms such as: roundworms, pinworms, flatworms, parasitic mites.
3) Kamala, a herbal product used in India for parasites, especially tapeworms armed and unarmed. It has antiparasitic, antibacterial, anthelmintic, and laxative effects. When taking this herb, you must take a special caution, because it belongs to herbs from the group of poisonous plants. Take 2-5 g of this herb powder, pour water with a temperature of 95 degrees Celsius, and brew under cover for about 1/2 hour. Performing this treatment regularly will heal you from worms within 2-3 days, which you will excrete with a stool.
4) Zeolite Pure to eliminate tapeworm.
5) Great burnet, eliminates staphylococcus aureus, MRSA strain.
6) Oregano Extract.
7) Grapefruit seed extract.
8) Black walnut seed extract.
In children, special care should be taken when deworming.
1st recipe for deworming:
Mix rice milk with about 30 grams of freshly picked pumpkin seeds and give it to your child on an empty stomach. After about 3 hours, give your child a laxative tea or up to 2 teaspoons of castor oil, sometimes it’s enough to give olive oil to cause diarrhea. In about 1/2 hour you can give regular breakfast to your child.
This treatment can be repeated for the next 2 days or after 2-3 days once.
2nd recipe for a deworming treatment:
It is garlic juice.
Peel and crush 10 heads of garlic. Pour the pickle juice over the garlic and leave it in a cool, dark place for about 10 days. Give your child 5 ml of juice before bedtime. If you can not stand the taste, you can dilute it. Adults should take 10 ml of juice. Adults can also eat garlic. This treatment should be performed for about a month, not more often than 1-2 times a year.
Garlic juice should not be taken by women during menstruation (it causes an increase in bleeding), pregnant and breastfeeding women, and children under 7 years of age.