Herbal Harmful Organism, Anti-Protozoal, Bitter Tonic
Parasites are becoming more common in the natural health care practices, especially with worms and protozoa (Giardiasis). Identification of intestional flora can be difficult and a stool test may not demonstrate they are there, but we can promise you this – they are there!
Parasites can best be identified by the conditions that are creating. Colon and digestive issues are the first signs that you may have a infestation. They also mimic many auto-immune type conditions and have been found with cancer patients. These invaders will interfere with many bodily functions (hormones), especially when releasing their toxins.
Most people don’t realize the enormous impact that parasites have on human beings worldwide. They are the sources of diarrheal diseases, which constitute the greatest single cause of sickness and death for mankind. Worms and eggs can sometimes be found in stool samples, but not always. Blood-borne protozoa like flukes can isolate themselves in specific locations of the body, and lie dormant for a long time. Only when you begin to eliminate them will you sometimes know they are there. When they began to release their toxins you may feel like you have flu-like symptoms. This is a sign they are being eradicated from your body.
Parasites love an acidic environment. Our body’s best defense against them is HCl production by the stomach. Some symptoms you may experience are: gastrointestinal distress, diarrhea, extreme appetite fluctuations, unexplained weight loss, allergies, recurring headaches, chronic fatigue, depression, immune disorders and more. Having an candida condition is a good sign that parasites are present in your body.
Vermifuge is your new ally in taking back control of your body from these foreign invaders. It can help in the eradication of the parasite egg cycle and prevent reoccurrence. Other herbs can be taken to assist you in this process; Wormwood, Male Fern, Pinkroot, American Wormseed and more.
Black Walnut Hulls, Quassia Bark, Papaya Leaf, Clove Bud