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Parasite Cleanse

 

How do we get parasites?

More then 90% of Americans have some kind of parasites. We pick up parasites and worms in the foods we eat,  the animals we touch, the water we drink, lakes and beaches we visit, the parks, from day to day contact with other people, and etc. You may be showing some of the symptoms associated with parasitic infection without knowing it, because these symptoms are often contributed to more well-known causes. Most people don’t even know they are infected.

Many people do not show symptoms. However, for those that do, here are just some of the common ones:

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Constipation
  3. Anemia
  4. B-12 deficiency
  5. Blindness /Worsening vision
  6. Central nervous system impairment
  7. Chest pain
  8. Chills
  9. Chronic fatigue
  10. Colitis
  11. Cognitive impairment
  12. Coughing
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Digestive disturbance
  15. Dizziness
  16. Fever
  17. Enlargement of various organs
  18. Headaches
  19. Immunodeficiency / Get sick easily
  20. Insomnia
  21. Iron dificiency
  22. Itchy anus
  23. Jaundice
  24. Joint Pain
  25. Lung congestion
  26. Memory loss
  27. Muscle spasms
  28. Nausea / Vomiting
  29. Night sweats
  30. Swelling of facial features
  31. Skin ulcers
  32. Unusual Sweating
  33. Unusual Weight loss or weight gain
  34. Weakness or fatigue
  35. Vaginitis

Common parasites that infect humans:

Round Worms

The World Health Organization reports that over one billion people are currently infected by the round worm. One billion!

They can grow to 15 inches in the length, and they are incredible breeders, producing over 200,000 eggs each day! They grow in such large quantities so quickly that it is not uncommon for infected people to experience intestinal blockage. Advanced cases may affect the liver and pancreas.

Round Worm Symptoms: Symptoms may include rashes (from the worm secretions of their waste), stomach pain, asthma, insomnia, eye pain, and more.

Tape Worms

Human tape worms get their name from being long and flat, like a piece of tape.

Tape worms in humans are the longest of parasitic worms, normally growing to about 9 to 15 feet in length, but they can sometimes grow out of control to more than 50 feet in length.

Tapeworm infections typically happen when a person eats undercooked meat or some kind of contaminated food.

A human tape worm absorbs it’s nutrients right through it’s skin. The tape worm will attach themselves to a person’s intestines, let their body hang out, and begin absorbing nutrients from the digested food as it flows past and over its body. As time goes on, the tapeworm grows a tail made of segments, with each segment of its body containing a complete and independent digestive system and reproduction system. This body grows in length and eventually can break off, carrying with it eggs that will spawn new tape worms.

Tapeworm Symptoms: Typically, tapes worms are asymptomatic, meaning a person will not even know they have a tape worm infection until the tapeworms become quite large. But in some people, symptoms of tapeworms may include dizziness, diarrhea, stomach pain, headaches, and nausea. In the worst cases, and if left untreated, a person with a tapeworm infection may have intestinal obstruction that requires surgery. Tapeworm treatment should be sought after with a good parasite detox product which will wipe out a tapeworm infection.

Pin Worms

The pinworm is quite common in humans, especially in children, where some countries show an infection rate as high as 61% according to the Center of Disease Control. Human pinworms are one of the most prevalent parasitic infections in modern countries.

The pinworm infections are passed on through touching things that have previously been touched by infected individuals, or people who have previously touched a pin worm infected area and picked up the pin worm eggs on their fingers.

Pinworms Symptoms: One third of people infected with pinworms show no symptoms at all. The other two thirds have symptoms such as itching in and around the anus. This in turn may cause insomnia and general restlessness in those infected.

Pinworms are easily passed from one family member to another. Pinworm treatment is advised.

Hookworms

Microscopic hookworm larvae penetrate the skin and burrow into the body, and begin their trek to your small intestine. Once there, they attach to your intestinal wall and begin feeding on your blood voraciously, damaging the mucosa.

Hookworms can grow to about 1/2 inch in the length. It is estimated that over 1 billion individuals worldwide are infected with the hookworm.

There are no typical symptoms with hookworm infections. However, due to loss of iron from all the blood loss, anemia is likely, and that can cause mental dullness, loss of appetite, and if left untreated, cardiac failure or even death are a possibility.

Ever wonder why dogs are typically not allowed on beaches? Dogs are kept off of beaches because if a hookworm infested canine defecates in the sand and later a human steps or lies on this spot, they can become infected.

In children, hookworms cause growth and intellectual retardation.

Giardia Parasite

Health organizations believe Giardia is the most common intestinal parasite in humans. One becomes infected by Giardia by coming in contact with contaminated food, water, or soil.

There is power in numbers, and the Giardia parasite coats your lower intestine with millions of its kind, affecting your body’s ability to absorb nutrients.

Symptoms include stomach or abdominal cramping, gas, diarrhea, fatigue, chills, and nausea.

In the image on the left, you see a single giardia parasite. On the right, the entire intestinal surface is covered by a giardia infestation.

Whipworms

The human whipworm gets its name due to the fact that it looks like a whip. It is estimated that over 500 million people are infected with the whipworm.

Infection occurs through the ingestion of eggs that are usually found in dry good such as rice, beans, and other grains.

The adult whipworm burrows its thinner end into the large intestine, where it will grow up to 2 inches in length. The whipworm produces up to 10,000 eggs per day.

Symptoms may include long standing blood loss which may lead to anemia due to iron deficiency. Vitamin A deficiency is also a possibility.

Parasite Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikNMeoB1s34

So now, how do we get rid of parasites if we suspect we have them? Follow this parasite cleanse protocol for 90 days and eliminate any parasites you might have.

Parasite  Cleanse 90 day

No read meat, refined sugar, or processed foods.

Eat ORGANIC raw vegetables & fruits, nuts, seeds, fish,grains and lots of water!

Take the following for a minimum of 90 days:

Diatomaceous Earth #4715 Take 1-2 tsp in juice, water or smoothie 2 times per day before meals on empty stomach.

Paracan Parasite Removal #1342 Take 24-36 drops 3 times per day in or with juice or water.

Pumpkin Seed Oil- 2-3 softgels 2 times a day.

Truman’s liver/colon cleanser “CAC” #1078 Add 1-3 tablespoons to a glass of water or juice. Drink in the mornings or evenings. Increase as necessary.

Arginine+Ornithine Take 1 to 6 tablets per day in divided intakes.

Truman’s Special Fiber w/ Bentonite Clay-Use 1 teaspoon or more once or twice daily. Add fiber to juices or recipes. Fiber is delicious in blender drinks.

Turmeric-6-12 drops 3 times per day.

Super Enzymes- 3-4 capsules per day.

Nice Bones (CALCIUM & MAGNESIUM)- Take 3-4 tablets.

Make sure to drink a minimum of 64 ounces of water per day!

AND REMEMBER when doing a cleanse or detox people have been known to have flu like symptoms for a couple days. THIS IS NORMAL the toxins and parasites are dieing and being flushed from your system. so push through it and once completed you will feel the difference.*

 

 

 

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