People nowadays are far more health-conscious than they used to be. They understand that good health is above wealth. This is evident as more and more individuals are concerned about genetically modified ingredients (GMOs) and organic-based foods. But that is not enough as we have growing epidemic right under our noses and that are ‘parasite-borne diseases’.
It’s a myth that parasites only exist in underdeveloped countries as infections caused by them are gradually engulfing the population in the developed countries and are responsible for a significant percentage of total diseases.
Simply put, a parasite is any living organism that lives and feeds off of another living thing. A few examples of parasites include roundworms, tapeworms, pinworms, whipworms, hookworms, and more. A study in ‘The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’ found that 32% of national representative samples of the US population tested positive for parasites ranging from microscopic organisms to 15-foot tapeworms. Because parasites come in so many different shapes and sizes, they can cause a very wide range of problems. However, it is vital to know that all parasites in our body are not harmful as some bacteria in our intestines (gut flora) are maintaining a mutualistic relationship with us by producing vitamin B and vitamin K forms.
Though there are many routes for a parasite to enter the human body, GI tract (gastrointestinal tract) is the most common entry point as 90% of us are having some form of harmful gut parasite that usually remain dormant. We may not be eating the pathogenic worms as food but it’s the microscopic parasite eggs which are in the food that causes illnesses in most cases. These pathogens can enter your body through contaminated food and water, contaminated or under-cooked meat, poorly cleaned vegetables/fruits, poultry, etc. Over 50% of our lakes, river streams, and creeks are infected with the protozoa parasite Giardia Lamblia which is renowned for the notorious Giardiasis (beaver fever) that can cause diarrhea, abdominal pain, and weight loss.
Indications that you may have harmful parasites
There are a number of ways to combat parasitic infections and using a parasite cleanse supplement is a sure shot to have uninfected gut micro-environment and organs. If you haven’t used a credible FDA approved cleanse so far, most likely you are cultivating these life-threatening organisms.
Not only diarrhea or GI disorders but a vast range of debilitating diseases ranging from mental disorders to sexual dysfunction can be caused by parasitic diseases.
Few frequent examples are listed below.
The psychiatric issues are typically caused by toxic substances released from parasites into the blood stream that irritates the brain. In most cases, these symptoms appear without any apparent disease.
‘Prevention is almost always better than cure’ right? So it is better to be ‘en guard’ against parasitic infections.
In most cases, the underlying defect has progressed significantly when the symptoms begin to show as certain parasites spread at a remarkable rate without your knowledge. Even most doctors aren’t properly trained to look for signs of a parasitic infection. Untreated conditions can result in severe nutritional deficiencies, anemia from bleeding, poor school performance and complications that require surgical intervention like an intestinal blockage or rectal prolapse. Therefore you have to be careful and be hygienic to prevent such infections while using an efficient and safe ‘parasite cleanse supplement’ to kill already harboring pathogens.
There are a number of powerful anti-parasitic supplements available in the market that are proven to be safe and FDA approved. The good ones are combinations of herb extracts and natural products that are capable of rapidly killing parasites in all stages of growth. They come as capsules, elixirs, tinctures and in many more forms. The daily intake protocols vary and it is vital to stick to the correct dosage. As herbalists suggest, everyone should do a parasite cleanse once or twice a year to be safe. However, as most natural products, these supplements may need some time to act and will help get things back on track.
How to destroy the ‘enemy within’?
It may sound alarming to think of there being parasites inside our bodies, but it is not uncommon at all. The good news is that it is treatable and you can rid the body of harmful parasites with a bit of research and a few good quality anti-parasitic supplements.
So let’s focus on how supplements destroy the harboring parasites.
Our mother nature is full of powerful herbs that can battle parasites. However, most of them are difficult or not possible to obtain. Even if you manage to find some it can be cumbersome to utilize them into absorb-able or active ingredients. Fear not as all products promoted by us contain the right amount of active phyto-chemicals (plant chemicals) in the best absorbable form. You just have to follow the recommended dosage and duration.
Advancing medical and scientific wisdom has enabled to identify and isolate the active compounds in herbs like wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), garlic, cloves, thyme, black walnut etc. Most of our products contain the extracts of above-mentioned herbs.
We have products that clear intestinal parasites, liver parasites (flukes) and fungi like candida that causes thrush and genital itching.
However, when considering herbal supplements its always better to ‘think before you jump’ as quite a number of low-grade products have flooded the market. Always go for an FDA approved, natural, non-GMO product from a reputable seller as consuming poor quality supplements can seriously harm your health. If you are already suffering from a parasite-related illness it is a must to consider medical care and get the good doctors opinion.