Infestation: How to “Evict” Human Parasites
eating you?” This is a common expression that may be more
appropriate than we realize!
general knowledge in both the medical and natural health community
that approximately 85% of the world population has various parasites
living deep inside them, and very often more than one at a time!
People are no more immune in the United States than anywhere else.
from the human population begins with educating the public about
where each type of parasite comes from, and how to prevent picking
up the parasite in the first place. For example, there are thousands
of different types of roundworms and
these roundworms are transmitted in several ways. Most types of
roundworms are found in the soil. Since humans typically acquire
roundworms through the soil, good hygiene is a main way to prevent
a parasitic infestation.
Many people have
heard of a terrible affliction called elephantiasis,
an extreme swelling and thickening of the skin caused by a roundworm
you can “catch” from a mosquito bite (but it is extremely
rare in North America). Therefore, avoiding mosquito bites in tropical
regions of Asia, Africa, South America, etc. will help you avoid
the roundworm that is responsible for elephantiasis.
third example is the trichinella spiralis roundworm, which is transmitted
by eating undercooked or raw pork and wild game. Once the trichinella
spiralis roundworm moves into your body, the infection is called
trichinosis. Trichinosis starts in the intestines where it causes
a stomach ache, heartburn, and other stomach-related ailments. Later,
spreads to other parts of the body, it triggers more symptoms like
headache, joint pain, muscle pain, and fever. The best way to prevent
trichinosis is by cooking wild game meat and pork meat thoroughly,
until juices run clear.
Cleansing From the Body
Is Easier than You Might Think
As the statistics
show, the vast majority of us carry around parasites without even
knowing it. Most parasite-evicting prescription medicine targets
one or two types of parasites and contains very harsh chemicals
which produce heavy side effects.
Rather than subject the body to these harsh chemicals, you might consider pursuing an alternative - an herbal parasite cleanse. Herbal cleansers are believed to naturally and gently eliminate parasites and, in some cases, even the nasty toxins left behind when parasites are killed. This is an important distinction, because even though chemical treatments are generally very effective at killing the actual parasites they are designed to target, they often leave behind the ammonia-producing toxins.
Some herbal cleansers are gentle enough to use twice a year. Ingredients often used include pomegranate root bark, cloves, and wormwood. These and other herbal ingredients have been used by some cultures for centuries. As a result, the side effects are well known. Before embarking on a regimen of herbal cleansing, it's important to check with a medical professional to confirm the presence of parasites.