Every day, millions of people
suffer from weakness, fatigue, rashes, abdominal discomfort, and
other maladies that their doctors can’t find causes for. This
is because they may be overlooking a major cause of these symptoms:
human worm parasites.
According to some studies, 85 percent of people have parasites,
and some of the most common are the worm parasites living in human
digestive systems. They include the following:
Flukes (Trematodes): These flatworms are
some of the most widespread parasites and they can live in the
heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys as well as the intestines.
Roundworms (Nematodes): This group of human
worm parasites includes the hookworm, pinworm, whipworm, threadworm,
and others. They are often contracted through the skin and then
make their way to the intestine.
Tapeworms (Cestodes): These segmented worms
are generally the largest of human parasites, reaching up to
30 feet in length. They can release up to 1 million eggs daily.
While they generally make their home in the small intestine,
their larvae can be found in organs throughout the body.
While doctors have tests to identify
some human worm parasites, they can be unreliable and are incapable
of detecting the presence of some parasites altogether. Luckily,
treatment using an herbal cleanse is safe even if there is only
a suspicion of parasites. Unlike harsh, chemical prescriptions that
kill one or two different species, a gentle herbal cleanse eliminates
a wider variety of parasites and can also neutralize the toxic chemicals
a parasite releases when killed.
You can use an herbal cleanse
twice a year to keep parasites at bay along with other preventative
measures. Wash your hands frequently, always clean fresh fruits
and vegetables, don’t consume undercooked meat or fish, and
avoid drinking tap water in developing nations.
If you’re feeling ill and the doctor can’t determine
why, trust your instincts. Press for parasitic testing, or better
yet, use an herbal cleanser.