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droid1226
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So I know babesia are FL1953 are parasitic blood infections, but what's the difference between that and the parasites that Gael talks about and is addressed by salt c and drugs like alinia?

Is it just the the size of the parasites, worms, flukes?

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Babesia and FL1953 are parasites of the blood. So they are microscopic.

Not sure about salt/c being able to address those.

The parasites in your gut are visible to the eye.

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Not all gut parasites are visible... I had amebic infection as a teen. Oemeba are microscopic parasites.

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Thanks. So I guess it's just a size thing. Guess I'm just confused why an anti parasitic like zith and mepron wouldn't get rid of worms or larger intestinal parasites and salt c and ivermectin does.

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quote:
Originally posted by Razzle:

Not all gut parasites are visible... I had amebic infection as a teen. Oemeba are microscopic parasites.

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So the antibiotics get rid of diseases and the rest hit the parasites?

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Lymetoo, some of them do hit parasites, but the parasites come back if the patient doesn't treat them on a regular basis (just like with our pets).

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If you can imagine one ascaris suum putting out 200,000 eggs a day, that tells why we are losing the parasite war unless we get serious about it.

Microscopic parasites are in the brain and few of them live in the gut. They stay where the food is fresh and wonder from one organ to the next. Look at the images of the cycles. From the gut, liver, pancreas, heart, lung, throat, sinuses, brain, and all the way downward again. All the way into the feet where the metals are sitting.

I am hitting ascaris very much in the head region - and have no clue how they got there or who gave them permission! Now as they are dying off, I had severe balance problems having to hold on to walls and furniture. A couple of drops of MMS into my ears last night stopped it instantly, within a couple of minutes. I did the drops standing up and before I could sit down the problem was gone. Probably larvae. Would have loved to ask.

I know there will probably be more, but I have a great tool, MMS. Am taking both Albenza and MMS on the same day, always tensor testing before I do. Some people follow the Kalcker parasite protocol. Dr. K. has chosen MMS, and some albenza for me right now, knowing that albenza crosses the bbb. I lived with brain fog for a couple of years back late ninetees. Surprised I still have a brain after all these years.

I am pretty certain abx does little to parasites.

I saw a slide the other day (I think it was a Kalcker presentation) of some worm having drilled a hole in the gut, head inside the gut, tail hanging outside. That should explain the leaky gut pretty well!

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