Parasite and Worm Cleanse
Back To Your Roots Herbs Parasite and Worm cleanse is a powerful cleansing formula used to detoxify the blood, digestive system, organs, and GI tract.
Prostate & Uterus
The prostate and uterus are components of the endocrine system; therefore, having tumors in these systems affects the secretion of particular hormones and growth factors and plenty more enzymatic actions.
The stomach, as well as the thyroid, are affected by conventional radiation and cytotoxic treatments in; hospitals and clinics. Also, the colon is affected by environmental airborne carcinogens.
According to studies, the survival rate of pancreatic carcinoma is 1.5 percent and up to four to five years.
Brain infection is considered challenging to address due to certain parasites and carcinogens entering and living in the most secure place called the blood-brain barrier (BBB). We’ve added herbs with active ingredients to penetrate the blood-brain barrier and fight off these toxins.
Parasites and Worms Formula expectations:
- Repair DNA
- Assist RNA
- Repairs Hydrogen
- Antiviral Constituents
- Unlocking Foreign Mutations DNA
- Stops rapid DNA replication
Research each herb, and you will be a step ahead towards excellent health, without any adverse side effects, because it’s ALL-Natural.
Parasites and Worms Pricing and Forms
90 vegicaps per bottle – $29 (15 day supply)
2 oz per jar – $33 (10 day supply)
Six to twelve month supply – $154-$308
Parasites and Worms Infestation
A general understanding of parasites and worms infestation and its treatment is essential for real vitality and active immunity. Our observations indicate that more people are infected with worms and harmful micro-organisms than previously suspected.
If parasites are identified as a source of the imbalance, a parasite cleanse is recommended to heal all aspects of the body. In our experience, our Parasites and Worms formula should be followed virtually by everyone with lingering illnesses or degenerative conditions, i.e., arthritis, AIDS, chronic fatigue, alcoholism, etc.
Parasitic pathogens nearly always play a role in the etiology of degeneration.
The Nature of Parasites and Worms
The general usage of “parasite” refers to any organism that invades and lives at the expense of another organism, known as the host (human, animal, or insect). For our website, we will refer to “parasites” not only as those organisms scientifically categorized as parasites, such as protozoa and tapeworms, but also yeasts, viruses, fungi, and bacteria.
A person is rarely affected only by yeasts or by one type of germ. People often harbor many pathogenic organisms, which contribute to a full spectrum of health problems ranging from arthritis and diabetes to depression and irritable bowel syndrome.
In the bodily milieu (environment), such organisms disrupt the organs’ normal functioning and continually excrete toxic waste products, stressing the body and wearing down immunity. The broad range of parasite-induced health problems is evident once the nature and extent of a parasitic infection are understood.
A general misconception about parasites is that they inhabit only the intestines of the host. However, certain parasites live in the host’s blood, lymphatic system, vital organs, glands, and other body tissues. Some parasites may infect the entire body, becoming “systemic.”
Other parasites attack specific organs; for example, hookworms enter the body through the skin, travel in the blood, and eventually inhabit the lungs and small intestine; if left untreated, they can remain in these organs for years, causing such symptoms as nausea, pneumonia, and anemia.
Not counting the thousands of parasitic germs, fungi, viruses, and other such microbes, scientific sources list 3200 varieties of parasites which fall into four major categories:
- Protozoa: Giardia lamblia, trichomonas, cryptosporidium, and Endolimax nana; these are microscopic organisms that travel through the bloodstream and infect all body parts.
- Trematoda: blood, lung, liver, intestinal, kidney, and bladder flukes. Flukes are approximately 1-2.5 centimeters in length.
- Cestoda: beef, dog, pork, and fish tapeworms that infect the intestines. Tapeworms are large by parasitic standards and can measure up to twelve meters in length.
- Nematoda: pinworms, roundworms, hookworms; these enter the intestines, lymphatic system, pancreas, lungs, liver, and heart. Nematodes vary in size from .2 to 35 centimeters. This group is easily transmitted, primarily by children.
Considering the extensive terrain of parasites, the vast number of adverse health effects they cause is not surprising.
Symptoms of Parasitic Infection
Abdominal pain and diarrhea are the most frequently observed symptoms of an acute parasitic infection; however, the condition becomes chronic if left untreated, causing more complicated patterns that may mimic other syndromes. Following is a list of symptoms of parasite infection:
- Digestive: gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, belching, intestinal tract burning, and cramping, changeable bowel movements, mucus in the stools, irritable bowel syndrome, malabsorption of nutrients, inability to digest fats, lactose or gluten intolerance, low blood sugar, high blood sugar, insatiable appetite, weak appetite, anorexia, over-weight, under-weight, cravings for sweets, and or crunchy foods.
- Immune system dysfunction: chronic fatigue, weakness, frequent colds, and flu.
- Nervous and muscular system dysfunction: mental fog, memory problems, sleep disturbances, insomnia, teeth grinding (especially during the full moon), hearing loss, eyesight impairment, joint and muscle aches and pains.
- Excess mucus: a sign of dampness. This may manifest as mucus in the stools, chronic postnasal drip, or frequent sinus infections.
- Exterior signs: allergies, skin rashes, swellings, hives, eczema, white spots around the mouth, acne, swelling of the lips, blue coloring in the whites of the eyes, and itching in the anus and the ears.
- Emotional signs: apathy, depression, nervousness, anxiety, restlessness, irritability, hyperactivity in children.
Laboratory testing is an option. Accurate testing for parasites is a problematic procedure. Many laboratories only test for intestinal parasites. The most reliable and thorough tests are available in dedicated parasitology laboratories, frequently located in academic or research settings.
How Parasites Spread
According to an article by the New England Medical Center, Tufts University School of Medicine, parasites are easily spread through normal daily activities. Parasites “often find their way into water supplies, where they resist chlorination and are incompletely filtered from processed drinking water supplies, even when filtration is working optimally.”
Transmission can occur through fecally contaminated swimming pool water, municipal water supplies, food, sexual activity, dogs, cats, and other animals. Those at the highest risk are immunocompromised persons and children in day-care centers. The following is a list of sources of contamination:
- Water sources: rivers, lakes, wells, and tap water are potentially contaminated with harmful organisms. Drinking or swimming in a pool containing parasites is a primary way to become infected.
- Animals: Pets and farm animals are carriers of parasites. All animals contact parasites (mainly worms) outdoors, and if allowed indoors, expose their owners.
- Raw and undercooked foods: Parasites are found in many fresh and undercooked foods, especially meat and fish. Microwave cooking is often inadequate to destroy parasites. Improperly treated raw fish in sushi is a frequent source of parasites. An infected food handler working in a restaurant kitchen can transmit parasites.
- Physical contact: Parasites are often spread through close contact, primarily by children during play and lack of proper hand-washing habits. Parasites are easily transmitted during sexual contact – AGAIN!
Overuse of antibiotics: Antibiotics (against life) significantly interfere with the balance of the intestinal BIO (life)-culture, allowing the proliferation of harmful micro-organisms.
Parasites and Worms Other Benefits:
The feeling of well-being and peace
Healthy immune system
It may help eliminate candida.
Increases energy level
Ingredients: A raw blend of the above herbs
Forms: Two ounces of powder or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).
How to use:
Powder: Take 1/2 tsp of dried powder in an 8 oz. glass of favorite juice or smoothie once a day.
Capsules: Take six capsules daily (two at breakfast, two at lunch, and two before dinner) with distilled water or a favorite beverage (before each meal).
Tincture: Take 10-30 drops twice a day in a 4oz glass of water.
One dropper full is approx. 30 drops.
The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!
Legal Information: The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Powdered (2oz), Capsule (s) 90 Vegicaps, Tincture (2oz)
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