I knew I was sick, but I didn’t realize how toxic my body was until I released 8 parasites (flukes) through my urine. One was still swimming! Yes, this is a gross topic to discuss, but they are more common than you think and there is a good chance that you could be hosting one or more parasites in your body. Did you know they can live inside of you for YEARS? Read on to find out how common parasitic infections are, and what you can do to help remove and prevent them…
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Parasites aren’t just found in third-world countries, millions are already infected in industrialized countries–they’re far more common than you realize and could be silently hampering your health. According to a 2014 press release by the Centers for Disease Control, “Most people think parasitic diseases occur in poor and developing countries, or are infections they might pick up on a trip to a foreign country. However, parasitic infections also occur in the United States, and in some cases affect millions of people. Often they can go unnoticed, with few symptoms. But many times the infections cause serious illnesses, including seizures, blindness, pregnancy complications, heart failure, and even death. Anyone—regardless of race or economic status—can become infected.” According to Natural News, approximately 50% of Americans suffer from parasitic infections. Fortunately, with awareness and appropriate care, they can be prevented and treated, once detected.
How Do You Get Parasites in the First Place?
Common thought is that you have to travel to a third world country in order to get a parasite. There are many places you can contract a parasite including eating fruits, vegetables, and meat, drinking water, from your pets, swimming in a lake, or even touching an object after someone infected with a parasite touched it.
Symptoms of Having Parasites:
The following may be possible symptoms of having parasites:
- Gastrointestinal pain or cramps
- Excess gas
- Constipation or diarrhea
- Hormone disorders
- Bipolar Disorder
- Challenges with Autoimmune Disease recovery
How Do You Kill Them if You Have Them?
First and foremost, you never want to go on a cleanse without being under proper medical supervision, whether from a medical or naturopathic doctor. The following is a list of treatments meant to help educate you for when you talk to your physician.
Going on a parasite cleanse can be extremely dangerous, and it is not recommended for you to take any of these on your own.
- Mimosa Pudica
- Diatomaceous Earth (food grade)
- Black Walnut Hulls
- Clove Essential Oil
- Oil of Oregano
- Chinese Goldthread
I highly recommend the Microbe Formulas protocol with Mimosa Pudica. Their detox protocol is slow, safe, and highly effective.
This is what one of the flukes looked like that I excreted. (Picture is not to size).
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