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GVS
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Since I'd primarily be taking wormwood to address intestinal parasites, I don't understand why Klinghart advocates liposomal wormwood, which at least partially bypasses the digestive tract as it is absormed systemically.

Also, does anyone know if taking wormwood in this form and absorbing it more effectively might cause toxicity issues?

Any help would be appreciated,
GVS

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bcb1200
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I only know of Liposomal Artemisinin, which is a derivation of Artemisia.

Liposomal Artemisinin is primarily used for Babesia and other Lyme co infections. You can get 5-10x the bio-availability with fewer symptoms versus regular.

You are correct that it is mainly to get into the bloodstream and disseminate throughout the body.

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Perhaps Dr K likes it for the very reason that it is likely to be more systemic, as many people with Lyme and co experience parasites in multiple sites. I remember Dr K speaking about the prevalence of lungworm in Lyme patients, for example.
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In a recent conference, he said that Vit C in lipossomal form works this way:

critters love oils, and they come out to eat the fats that are floating (same way that Bb loves hyaluronic acid).

They are attracted to the fats, but when they bite them, they get Vit C from inside, which they hate... Antioxidant!

I SUPPOSE it's the same with other lipossomal products?

And the fats probably protect a bit from stomach acids, so that the content inside travels easily through the stomach to the gut to be absorbed?

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