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Posted by Rivendell (Member # 19922) on :
My LLMD is suggesting coffee enemas for parasites, along with herbs and meds.

My question is, does this really work, or simply help to move them on out? I have had good luck with pumpkin seeds, essential oils etc., but just can't seem to get rid of them all together.

Can't take spicy herbs orally because of acid reflux. Parasite zappers are really expensive now.

Posted by tulips (Member # 44773) on :
I don't know if this would help you or not. I struggled with parasites for months (maybe even a year) and tried every treatment under the sun including artemisinin capsules.

I tried Hulda Clark, pumpkin seeds, black walnut hull, coffee enemas, over-the-counter remedies, fenugreek and lots and lots of garlic.

One weekend, I opened an artemisinin capsule and emptied it into a cup of hot water, sweetened it and drank as much as I could stand.

I repeated my "tea" at night and again on Sunday morning. I don't know why it worked when the capsules alone didn't, but that was the end of all parasites. (Maybe the tea is more all-inclusive - system-wise). It's a very, very strong taste. If you try it, I'd have something at hand to eat afterwards (after giving it about ten minutes for absorption).
Posted by lookup (Member # 44574) on :
The first time I used the Zapper in 96 it was very effective. But, when we used it and also the new Super Zapper in 2014 it did not phase the parasites!

Herbs didn't seem to help. The Rife machine has done the best.

The artemisinin tea sounds interesting!
Posted by bluelyme (Member # 47170) on :
Dr k does mms enemas ... ivermectin can be had online ...
Posted by sixgoofykids (Member # 11141) on :
I don't think coffee enemas would have an effect on the parasites themselves, but parasite cleanses can be rough and the coffee enema might make you feel better because it makes the liver produce more glutathione.
Posted by Rivendell (Member # 19922) on :
Thanks everyone. I really feel overwhelmed, right now, and coffee enemas just seem like one more difficult to do. The artesimin sounds interesting, but will probably cause worse acid reflux, but I think I can try a little and see what happens.
Posted by Catgirl (Member # 31149) on :
Yes, coffee enemas work.
Posted by Tammy N. (Member # 26835) on :
Yes! Coffee enemas have been a lifesaver for me. My favorite detox tool. And yes helps tremendously with parasites. Every single time I do a coffee enema, I expel parasites the next day. Without a doubt add it to your protocol.
Posted by Rivendell (Member # 19922) on :
Thanks catgirl and Tammy. I'm glad to know that coffee enemas expel the parasites, but do they actually kill them? They seem to be able to return so easily.

I know that clove is supposed to kill the eggs, but I can't swallow clove because of acid reflux. And just using a very small amount of cloves essential oil rubbed on the skin makes me so incredibly ill.

Well, I will try the coffee enemas. Afraid it will be make me jittery.

Can I use decafinated coffee and must the coffee be organic and green?
Posted by gz (Member # 43818) on :
Don't use decaffeinated coffee. Lying on your left side and slow flow will keep the coffee in the lower part of the colon.

Definitely should be organic. If you have a Trader Joe's close by they have reasonably priced organic coffee.

Some say green coffee, some say roasted is better. If you can only get roasted to start with it will be fine.

Even when not treating parasites, I have parasites exiting the day following a coffee enema. They flush the liver out really well. I have no problem doing them before bed, find them helpful for sleep.

It's helpful to take a binder about 30 minutes before the coffee enema. I prefer chlorella, there's apple pectin, clays, charcoal, etc. This allows the binder to be in a place where bile will come into contact with it during the enema. The binder helps to pull bad stuff out of the bile before it is recycled back into the body, aiding in detox.

Because of how coffee enemas stimulate glutathione production, it's helpful to ingest a little whey, NAC, glutamine, or other glutathione substrate so the body has what it needs to make the glutathione.
Posted by Rivendell (Member # 19922) on :
Thanks gz. Very good information.

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