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nonnie26
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So, I took a wormwood detox from the health food store because I suspected parasites and it helped so much. Lost my bloated tummy, along with 4 pounds and I am eating and digesting like normal again.

I had decided to try a cheap one before trying humaworm to see if it worked. Now, it's been 2 weeks and I've used the bottle up according to directions. Should I repeat the same one again, before switching to something new? I've heard it's good to keep switching anti-parasite treatments so they don't have time to adapt. Would 1 month on the same be too long or just take it again since it's been working?

Thanks for any advice.

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nonnie,

Glad that worked for you. After much trial and error, I realised how important it is to do more that one antiparasitic tx.

I have done Humaworm, Hulda Clark, Hanna Kroeger and am currently doing Parastroy. They recommend staying on it for six months to make sure you kill all of the worms/parasites, larva and eggs. I buy it at vitacost.

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So...does anyone have a black walnut free antiparasitic that they recommend? How about A-P by Raintree (?)?
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thanks, Gael. Do you think I should switch right away, even though I was only on this one 2 wks?

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nonnie,

If this one is working for you then continue taking it. What I meant by doing more than one parasitic tx was taking antiparasitics for more than i month.

It's good to try different ones as well. I have been on the Parastroy for 4 months because it's really working for me. They recommend 6 mos and 1 mos off.

It's really trial and error and what works for you.

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thank you!

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I've noticed that humaworm has a lyme cleanse. Anyone tried that? Also, does humaworm cause diarrhea?
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For most people humaworm cause a little constipation. Not real bad, though.
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