It has been estimated that 90 percent of the North American population has at least one kind of parasite in their intestine. Yes, you read that right!
In fact, many doctors now feel that parasite infections may be the causative factor in many disease states.
Parasite Cleansing is necessary for just about everyone on planet earth! You can see the video of what two different Doctor's have to say. Please, watch it below.
Most folks are unaware that there are many types of parasites that can enter our bodies and negatively effect our immune system and overall health.
I love walking around barefoot and this is just one easy way we can unknowingly acquire parasites! Eating unclean fruits and vegetables (sometimes even when washed!) and drinking water (some parasites can not be killed even with treated water) are usually the most common ways of entry for parasites.
You can also pick up a parasite from forgetting to wash your hands before eating, In my research I found several cases where the fingernails were the culprit of the parasitic invasion. I now keep mine short (no more french manicures...darn)
Now this may be shocking..but..you can also pick up a parasite from sleeping with your cat or dog (most of us have!), eating raw fish (I do this, too), There are many ways that a parasite can be picked up.
As mentioned above, it has been estimated that 90 percent of the North American population has at least one kind of parasite in their intestine. Yes, you read that right! In fact, many doctors now feel that parasite infections may be the causative factor in many disease states.
It's a great health risk that we all need to be aware of. My ND and MD friends have said that they have witnessed a dramatic rise parasitic infection over the years.
A parasitic infestation may include symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, irritable bowel syndrome, aches, pains, anemia, skin rashes, nervousness, sleep disturbances, allergies, and fatigue.
Parasites are nasty little things. They can effect your mood, your well being, and can interfere and sometimes block intestinal vitamin absorption.
Now, if you have a weak stomach...bear with me. These parasites feed from inside your body. Yes, the thought of it makes me cringe and that's why we need to keep them out!
There are over 150,000 different kinds of parasites! Some of the more known include tape worms, round worms, hook works and pin worms. I have witnessed some very, very large ones in my studies! I was tempted to include some pictures...but...it was so "stomach turning" (no pun intended) that I refrained.
The tape worm is especially harmful as they can attach themselves to the intestinal walls and stay nourished off food that you eat.
There are two things you can do if you suspect you may have parasites:
1: Ask your Dr. for a complete parasitic panel, including stool study. If they find you do have parasites, they can treat you with antibiotics...but...many times they will grow back with eggs. It's not a guarantee that they'll be gone.
2. You can opt for the Holistic treatment. If you suspect you have a parasitic condition, I recommend this route. If you don't have the condition, the treatment will not hurt you. If you do have a parasitic infection, it can be knocked out with a combination of strong herbs. This will kill the parasites and their eggs, as well.
Many doctors, recommend that you do a parasite cleanse at least 2 times a year to keep your digestive system healthy.
So..what is in our Parasite Cleanse Tincture?
Note: we use a certified herbalist and a certified, FDA inspected lab. That is very important to us. The ingredients are all Fresh and every batch is made by hand to insure potency!
***Also note: The components of this tincture work synergistically. It is very important that all be used together..that is why it was formulated as such. They each have a specific function.
Fresh Black Walnut hulls (juglans nigra) - The American Indians used this as an anti-parasite, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal remedy. Its active ingredients are juglone, tannin and iodineFresh Wormword herb (artemisia absinthum) - Known for its vermicidal properties and helps those with a weak digestion. It increases the acidity of the stomach and the production of bile. It reduced bloatiness and flatulences
Fresh Ginger root - it has long been used in Africa and India to treat parasites. Look also for antiparasitic herbs as wormwood bark, to treat common parasites infestations.
Cloves (eugenia caryophyllata) Anti-parasitical, anti-fungal, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. It also removes pain.
Turkey Rhubarb Root
Fresh Garlic Bulb
As mentioned, It is a good idea to give yourself an intestinal cleanse at least twice a year!
Each bottle is a 3-4 week supply, depending on use. I recommend doing the cleanse for 6-8 weeks (which would be 2 bottles) to be sure that it has worked effectively.
Please, take a moment to watch Dr. Saxion.
I totally agree with what she has to say. Please, note. There are plenty of medical doctors who do concur with the findings on parasites.
Here is Dr. Oz with Dr. Chutkan a Gastroenterologist from Georgetown Hospital.
Dr. Chutkan discusses some very pertinent information. Did you know that almost half of those diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome had intestinal parasites?! Parasites are causing bigger health issues than most realize!
The following has been proposed (not proven, mind you):
That certain seizures could be caused by the Ascaris roundworm getting into the brain
That brain cancer and other cancers might find a root cause in parasites. That certain mental disorders could be caused by parasites. That asthma could be caused by the roundworm, Ascaris infecting the lungs. That Migraines could be caused from the thread worm, Strongyloides.
If it sounds "out there"...maybe it is...but time and research will tell. Meanwhile, we know that parasites are truly a serious health issue that needs to be addressed. You know what they say about an ounce of prevention :)
Physicians and researchers that I have included in our research: Dr. Ross Anderson, a specialist in parasitic infections; Dr. Peter Wina, Chief of Patho-Biology in the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research; Dr. Bernard Jenson, the father of Iridology in the U.S.; Dr. Frank Nova, Chief of the Laboratory for Parasitic Diseases of the National Institute of Health; and many others.
Realize that any cleanse may cause nausea, headaches, or some stomach upset. These strong herbs are killing parasites in your intestines, gut, and in the bloodstream.