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lymenotlite
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There's a lot of talk about Humaworm, Parastory, etc., but I can't find much about results from the Hulda Clark cleanse. I read on one of the posts that the bacteria become resistant to artemesinin if it is not pulsed.

Now that I'm better and not overwhelmed with as many symptoms, I noticed that what I assumed were hunger pangs are mildly painful intestinal pangs. I'm reading the Buhner bartonella book and am discovering how smart the bacteria really are so I'm thinking that what I believe to be hunger is really the bacteria wanting to be fed.

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GretaM
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Yes.

It is basically the same as all the parasite cleanses. The base herbs are cloves (for eggs), wormwood and black walnut for live critters.

The dosing is different, but the base herbs are the same.

The best things is to get started and find what works for you [Smile]

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We use "Clarkia" a tincture based on Dr. Clarke's formula (cloves, wormwood and black walnut)

I have found it to be very effective.

When I first gave it to my son I could only give him ONE DROP a day and the results were dramatic. Huge increase in anxiety and crawly feelings.

We SLOWLY ramped up to the point where he was taking 8 drops a day. He still takes three drops a day for about 5 days ever second full moon, as that is when something cycles in his body. Each cycle is less and less.

His health has improved dramatically with treatment of Lyme and parasites. The only thing we did for parasites was Clarkia and diatomaceous earth.

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Speaking of diatomaceous earth......

My metals test showed high arsenic. Made a lot of sense because before getting sick, I used to eat chicken almost every day, and farmers feed arsenic to chickens as an antibiotic. I also ate a lot of chinese food and other foods with rice. Rice is loaded with arsenic. I also ate a lot of grapes. And when I say a lot, I mean A LOT. Grapes are the fruit that holds on to pesticides more than any other fruit, even when washed. I'd rinse them well with water and then wipe each grape really well with a paper towel before eating them, but I'm sure that only helped minimally. Sometimes the grapes even tasted like poison.

So these days, I'm avoiding all foods with arsenic.

So here's the thing about diatomaceous earth:
I was reading an article that said that beer and wine contain arsenic because diatomacdous earth is used as a filtering agent for them and diatomaceous earth contains arsenic. Jeepers, is nothing safe??!!

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