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cottonbrain
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I have tried Humaworm and Parastroy but both give me huge migraines. I tried doing parastoy every other day for a month, but ended up with a migraine every day,

thank goodness i have Imitrex for migraines, but its side effects are extreme sleepiness and brainfog.

any suggestions?

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cozynana
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Might try Hannah Kroeger's Woodworm combo. I had good luck with it and it didn't seem to give me many side effects.
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Did you see any results from the herbs, parasite-wise? The reason I ask is that the headache sounds like a big die-off reaction. You might need to just do smaller doses. Maybe even much smaller doses.

My most extreme headaches ever came after trying too strong a dose of anti-parasite pharma meds. If I keep the doses low enough to kill them off gradually, I do pretty well. If I overdo it, wham! I think it's probably toxins, (metals?) from the dead parasites.

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Headaches happen when the body is flooded with toxins. The expiring parasites release their toxin into our system and one needs to pay attention to that. Clearing toxins out, binders for the release of toxins, colonics, enemas are as important as killing them.

Maybe learn all about the subject before you continue. Dead protein (i.e. dead parasites) in the body does not feel good.

Best to you.

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cottonbrain
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thank you all so much for the suggestions. Cozy, i will look into the hannah Kroeger brand.

I have tried the parastroy at just one capsule per day on alternate days and even that gives me headaches. I can't say if it is a side effect of the product, or if it is caused from die-off -- but even for several days after stopping the Parastroy i feel light headed.

Does anyone know if taking really low doses but for a longer time will actually work at killing parasites?

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Agree with GiGi about the toxins and need for enemas and colonics. Also, if you take Hanna kroeger, make sure that you take a cleanse along with it like the Para Sweep that's in the parastroy. Humaworm also suggests a cleanse when you do their herbs.

Taking low doses is good to start with, but you will need to eventually ramp up when the herxing calms down. Takes a persistent effort to kill these suckers.

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Great advice above from everyone. Gigi is right (headaches/toxins, everything else). You must detox to deal with the die off, and binders really do help. I would do all of the above (cut the dose, try something else, lemon water, binders, etc). Also, coffee enemas.

Gigi has explained before that there is a connection with parasites and heavy metals. This is very important when killing parasites, therefore should be considered as well.

Once you kill the parasites, you are left with everything they were carrying. Heavy metals latch on to them as well, not to mention their their pee and poop, along with their dead bodies. When you have a clogged drain, you not only use a snake to clear it, you also flush it out. That's what the binders do.

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Re; Heavy metals and parasites. I get a really bad metallice taste in my mouth when tx'ing parasites. Meds and now herbs cuase it. Just took some A-P and now my mouth is flooded with a metal taste.

Like everyone else said be sure to detox..Clay works as a good binder...

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thanks, everybody! i will work on detox and parasites -- been taking chlorella and charcoal--i think i will add the lemonwater, and cleanses. all very good advice, thx.
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