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Common Parasite Symptoms

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Muscle & Joint Aches

  • Muscle Spasms

  • Weight Gain

  • Weight Loss

  • Loss of Appetite 

  • Eczema

  • Foggy Memory

  • Malabsorption 

  • IBS

  • Anemia/Low Iron

  • Cystic Acne

  • Poor Digestion

  • Hair Loss 

  • Moodiness

  • Constipation

  • Dry Skin

  • Brittle Nails

  • Bad Food Cravings

  • Low Immunity

  • Candida “Yeast” 

  • Foul Smelling Gas

  • Foul Smelling Breath

  • Stomach Cramping

  • Nausea

  • Excessive Bloating

  • Fatigue

  • Bad Skin

  • Food Allergies

  • Headaches

  • Strange Appetite

What Are Intestinal Parasites


Intestinal parasites are parasites that can infect the gastro-intestinal tract of humans and other animals. They can live throughout the body, but most prefer the intestinal wall where they can leech and steal our vital nutrients and release harmful toxins into our bodies causing a long list of common and not so common ailments.


How We Get Them


Becoming infected with intestinal parasites is much easier and more common than most of us think. Parasites can easily get into the intestines by entering the mouth by eating uncooked or unwashed food, such as meat, poultry, seafood (fish in particular is full creepy worms and parasites), Even those of us that eat plant based diets are just as susceptible. In fact, the one downside to eating organic produce (besides the hefty price)  is that little critters and parasites want to eat them too and if we don't properly clean our vegetables we are surely infecting ourselves. Contamination can also happen by skin contact with larva infected soil. They can also be transferred by certain sexual acts such as anilingus. And even from traveling to places without clean water. Humans can also pick up certain parasites from pets, walking barefoot outside. As you can tell its quite easy to get them, they are simply apart of our environment. The problem is that it todays world, we are simply unaware that there is a need for routine cleansing.

Parasites That Infect Humans


Common parasites that affect humans, Pinworms (sometimes called threadworms) pinworms are among the most common parasites to infect children along with adults. Parents have often reported seeing threadworms in diapers. The most common symptoms of threadworms is anal itching, primarily at night when the adult worms crawl outside of the anus to lay their eggs (GROSS). Tapeworms most people think of dogs when they think of tapeworms, although there are species of tapeworms that do infect humans. Much like the species that infects dogs, they also attach to the intestines where they leech and steal nutrients, often causing an insatiable appetite for food, even right after consuming a meal Roundworms, Hookworms, Blood Flukes.




You would think that with all the many symptoms that can be caused by parasites that they would be easily detected by medical doctors and physicians, right? Unfortunately the answer is no. Many medical doctors won't even consider it a possibility unless you've recently traveled to a 3rd world country or have been exposed to some extremely unsanitary conditions. Even then, if you are able to convince them that an infestation is possible and you are able to submit lab work for testing, the results almost always turn out to be falsely negative. Which is extremely disappointing and frustrating. Especially when you are looking for answers regarding your health. Think about it for a second, a vet can accurately diagnose a puppy with parasites in no time but when it comes to us it's a totally different story. 


How To Get Rid Of Them


There are so many methods that can be used to rid parasites. The most common pharmaceutical drug used to treat parasites is Praziquantel. The problem with this method is that not only is Praziquantel a chemical compound, it is also not very effective and the dangers of the side effects are not even worth it. Luckily, there are natural treatment options as well. There are various herbal tinctures, pills and capsules that can help eliminate parasites. The problem with many of these methods is that they are simply not potent enough and are made with low quality stale herbs that have been sitting on the shelf of your local health food store for months and months. When it comes to herbs freshness and quality are extremely important.


In order to effectively remove parasites you need cleanse in two phases using very specific bitter herbs. The first phases last for a minimum of two to three weeks of treatment followed by 2 weeks of non-treatment then repeat the process. The first phase focuses on killing and removing larger parasites. The second phase removes the leftover eggs or smaller parasites that may have been left behind or that have hatched. It is not uncommon to extend the cleansing phases for much longer if necessary, especially if you have never done a parasite cleanse before.

About Cleansing With Bitters

Bitter herbs have been used by cultures around the world and throughout history to treat  digestive issues and maintain digestive health.  This is because when it come to digestive health "Bitter is Better." It may be hard to believe but our tastebuds serve a much bigger purpose than most people know. Our tastebuds literally serve as signals letting our bodies know how to react to what we are eating or drinking.  When we drink bitter herbs like the ones in this cleanse, they stimulate and promote healthy digestion. They signal our bodies production of saliva, bile as well as liver and kidney functioning. Sadly, their healing benefits have been forgotten in much of today's society and we have become more and more indulgent in the sweet and salty flavors.  


The Benefits of Cleansing


There are numerous advantages to cleansing the body of harmful and toxic parasites. Many people report a reduction in excess weight, particularly around the midsection, mental clarity, regulation of the appetite, softer hair, relief from chronic issues with candida or yeast infections, clearer and more glowing skin, and more regular bowel movements, among other benefits. 


What Happens During The Cleanse? 

​During the cleansing process, it is common to experience an increase in bowel movements, usually anywhere between 3-4 a day. This helps to flush out unwanted parasites, yeast, mucus, and toxins from the body. However, it is uncertain whether you will see anything unusual in your poop or not. Generally, things come out in pieces and are often too compacted in stools to see. But from my personal experience, I can tell you that I have seen all kinds of critters and weird things while cleansing. You may notice things that resemble rice, which are usually tapeworm segments, more common than you would think. Other things include string, seeds, nuts, yeast, mucus, and even things that resemble tomato skins, which are called flukes. The good thing is that nothing comes out alive or alone. Things come compacted in your stools, so if you're afraid of what you'll see, just don't look.

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