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RZR
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This stuff rocks!

Been battling parasites for 4 months now. I was passing parasites 3 days a week or so while taking albendazole....now passed them daily for the past 9 days!

I feel like this will never end. How will I ever know when they are all gone?

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jennie,

I have been taking antiparasitics for 4 + yrs. I feel along with the salt/c that they also hit bart and babs. I saw a ton of the parasites for months in the beginning also. (couldn't believe it)

I will continue with these protocols until I am totaly symptom free. (not feeling or seeing parasites) Then a maintenance dose.

You have to remember that some of these parasites have layed up to 200,00 eggs a day and keep hatching, that's why it's important to stay on the herbs.

Try not to fret, but be happy that you are getting rid of them. Persistence is key. Just keep going knowing that you are killing these suckers has been half the battle for me.

Gael

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PARASITES/WORMS ARE NOW
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I passed no parasites on a month of Albendazole. I started passing parasites on day 4 (I think) of Humaworm, and they just kept coming.

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Gael...

After 4+ years, are you still passing parasites?

Do you use anything on the 1-month break after treating for 6 months?

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Jennie,

I usually don't see any in the toilet. (occassionally small white worms) I can feel them moving around in my small intestine.

They are small and getting to be less and less everyday. I haven't taken a break and just decided to keep going. I think it's just a matter of time until I get rid of them all.

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Many parasites are just too small to be seen with the naked eye. You could be passing parasites through your stool and you would still not be able to see them in your stool. And parasitic eggs and larvae would be even more difficult to see in your stool due to their microscopic size.


http://tinyurl.com/4ferxrh


The humaworm people acknowledge this:


http://tinyurl.com/48laz29


So, if you are taking an anti-parastic drug or herbal preparation but don't see any visible parasites in your stool then that doesn't necessarily mean that it's not killing parasites because they could still be there. You just can't see them!!


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I'm learning pretty quickly that Parastroy's Para sweep (and the fact that Para Rid contains cascara sagrada) is so important for removing the dead buggers.

I've always been hesitant to take cascara sagrada - but if it helps remove the parasites - it stands to be of great value to me.

Kroegers wormwood combo is great for killing - but you better be ready to assist your bowels for removal.


Do you guys take Para Rid or Para Sweep with food?

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The Parastroy comes with Para Rid and Para Sweep. You take them together with food as suggested.

The salt/c is also a great bowel mover and also kills the parasites and chases them out of the G.I. track.

Gael

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Do these things make you run to the bathroom? Can you do them while you work?

I have wanted to try parasite treatments, but can't fathom how I could do them while I'm working. Can you wait til you get home to go?

I have issues with going #2 at the office. I avoid it at all costs :/

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re: Do these things make you run to the bathroom?

Yes... unfortunately. I think you get a little less sensitive about having the runs once you start getting rid of these things. Better out than in. It's not fun, though.

I've been working with the Parastroy thanks to Gael. I tried the salt/C for a bit & it was a little too strong for me. The Parastroy was, too. I started with 1 pill, 1 time a day & worked it up.

I combined a low dose of salt/C & low dose of Partastroy & it made me quite ill. I had to back off & ramp up the Parastroy by itself very slowly. I discontinued the salt/C.

Plain water enemas helped, too. I'm also adding some Jarrow pro-biotics, NAC & liver support herbs.

This stuff takes time. You have to keep going with it. The bugs don't go away overnight. If you have them & they are causing health problems - you just have to keep doing this as long as it takes. It may end up being years...

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FYI - liver support

http://www.vrp.com/liver-support/liver-protection-laying-the-foundation-for-optimal-hepatic-health

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