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GiGi
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Some of what I have learned from Dr. K. about Parasites:

Probably the most overlooked area in medicine is the worms in people. The worms are a double-edged sword: 90% of us here have them without knowing it. When somebody has worms, the worms send out neural messengers -- messenger molecules that suppress our immune system.

What it does is create a lazy gut, which for some people is okay; like the chronic indigestion, slow, slightly constipated sort of mood that many people are in -- and it's great as a treatment for Crohn's disease and colitis because it suppresses the immune system locally, you don't get the inflammatory reactions. However, it comes at a big price. It comes at the price that the immune system in general has defects. It's put to sleep by the neural messenger molecules from the worms, and this is when the viruses, the giardia, the amoebas and the candida and all those tings mutate in more aggressive forms, and Lyme Disease becomes much more of an issue.

Since he lived in India for a couple of years, he was very aware of the worm issue. In India he ran an immuno-diagnostic lab in their hospital that they had there, and they had some of the best microbiologists working for them, seeing them on the microscope. They examined the stools of Westerners - when the Americans came there on their first day of coming there, they examined their stools, and found that they were already full of worms when they got there.

They didn't get the worms there in India; they came there with the worms. In fact, the Americans were more infested than the Indians living there. However, the worms were in a very subdued state. They were the same species or worms but were much, much smaller, often just microscopic. You could only see them under a microscope, but they identified them with their antigens, and they realized that worms are throughout the world, an incredible illness, except that in the West, they had adapted to the more sanitary conditions and were in different forms, but were incredibly involved in immune suppression.

This today still isn't known in the West, but for 30 years since then he has been looking at that, and using his direct resonance test with the worm slides and he finds them in a lot of people. Recently he started taking a shortcut -- why bother looking through 60 slides and finding out which worm it is? He simply tests the worm medicines and gives it to people.
There are two drugs that I know he uses frequently if a patient tests positive for them. He often recommends they do the Arise and Shine program first. Its an herbal cleaning program that gets rid of all the debris and the pseudo mebrances in the gut, old stoo residues, and then the worm medicine. Deworming can take 2-3 years. The treatment has to be repeated within a certain time frame . Most of the worms, when they die, get immediately digested by your digestion. Also they have a process called autolysis. The moment they are in the process of dying, they autolyze. Its a process of protecting their children, of avoiding detection.

Worms are very sophisticated.



There is no lab that can make a correct diagnosis. Worms are smart. They change their antigen presentation all the time on the surface to confuse the immune system. I dont know of any other diagnostic tool other than ART to find them and treat them. I went through that myself - . The health benefits are dramatic.



The hard thing in parasite cleansing is the die-off effect. When you kill them, you kill them in the brain, in the heart, wherever they are. They live in the lymphatic system and it plugs you up.



I have heard of people who were given a too aggressive worm treatment too early on, and they developed seizure disorders and one could see a calcified worm in the brain from the worm that had died off in the brain. There is a way to seduce them to leave and to go for the food in the gut, and then leave., etc. etc. etc.



Its something that needs a doctor that has some experience in this. Same as with the metal detox. Its got to be done right.



Take care.



P.S. Worms, etc. have an unbelievable affinity to store large amounts of metals in their skin without being metabolically disturbed by it. So when a patient is on a heavy metal detox, the worms immediately take that stuff (mercury, tin and other trace metals) coming down into their coat and they become completely invulnerable to our own immune system, because one thing our white cells cannot handle is large amounts is mercury. Our white cells die when they are trying to gobble up the mercury; and that doesnt help the organism because when the white cell dies, it releases everything that is stored back into the system; metals are not metabolizable that means they cannot be transformed into something else as not disturbing; and once they are released again, they are just as toxic as they were before.



When we are in that hypercoaguable state (dark thick sludgey blood), viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites, worms, etc. get trapped in there.

In treating Lyme Disease and with neurological diseases it is becoming more and more important looking for worms. I have heard it said that there is a tremendous amount of increase in parasites and many of them are worms that are new and not recognized!

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Gigi,

Thanks for your post. Do you know if Dr. K uses the Arise and Shine program for young children? One of my boys just tested positive for ascaris through electrodermal screening. It was found in his brain, among other areas. He is allergic to wormwood (artemesia), which was in the cleanse he was using and we had to stop. I have ordered the children's humaworm, but would love to know what Dr. K uses.

I'm curious, has Dr. K mentioned people showing psychiatric symptoms (overly emotional or behavior problems) from worms? I would guess this is possible.

Thanks,

tickbattler

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if you have diverticulosis, can you treat parasites?

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Parasites have been known to cause psychiatic problems.

Google

The role of infections in psychiatric problems. Very interesting article.

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Very interesting! As a farmer and breeder of show/field setters I have often wondered why humans aren't wormed on a regular basis as we do our livestock and canines?! Drs. I have seen never even broach the topic!

A newbie with lyme.....probably had it for 10 yrs. and now getting with the program!

Tartana

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Our parents and grandparents were very aware of this and used to give cod liver oil to ward off parasites. I have no idea how effective cod liver oil would be.

The medical community seems to think parasites/worms are a third world problem and it couldn't be further from the truth. I really believe that parasites could be responsible for most degenerative diseases.

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Hey don't forget that babesia is considered a parasite, not a bacteria, and we know what it causes...
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tick battler, please check out the goldmine of info that I just posted. Arise & Shine too complicated for a youngster. My post above is older and things are constantly changing. See the 140some protocol I just posted.
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quote:
Originally posted by Shahbah:
Hey don't forget that babesia is considered a parasite, not a bacteria, and we know what it causes... [/QB]

It's a parasite of the BLOOD.

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I've been taking Parastroy for about a week now. I started with 1 pill of each bottle (para-rid, and para-sweep) 2 x per day. So 4 pills total for the day.

I've noticed that my head is killing me almost 24/7. When it isn't hurting as in pain, I feel so much weird stuff going on inside the head.

Is this a good sign ? It's basically my baseline in a crazy flair.

Thanks for any comments...

Gary

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If you fall into the KPU aka HPU category, as the majority does (per Dr.K.'s findings), it is wise to treat parasites before starting KPU. Otherwise you are feeding the parasites!

Take care.

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quote:
randibear posted:
if you have diverticulosis, can you treat parasites?

I'm interested in the answer to this question because I started taking ParaPhyte and a couple of days into it, my gut felt irritated. I stopped taking it, and I think there's a possibility that I might have diverticulosis.

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lymetwister - I'm taking Parastroy, too. I only take 1 pill of each, once every other day or so (as determined by medical dowsing). It's very strong. Perhaps, you could reduce the dosage?

Seems like you must be hitting something.

I was alternating Parastroy with a small dose of salt/c & I got quite ill. I was only taking 1/8 tsp of Real Salt... every other day & 1 or 2 caps of both Parastroy bottles once a day on alternate days.

None of the drugs I've taken have ever effected me as severely...

It takes time to build up enough to kill the parasites. I'm still working on it & it's been about 1 & 1/2 years. I think it's going to be a long term project.

My worst symptoms are severe back pain, headaches & some intestinal discomfort. Some people advise plain water enemas to help get the toxins out.

I try to eat light & Excedrin actually does help my headaches. I do take pain meds for the back pain.

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I started Parastroy with 1 cap each P.R. & P.S 2 x a day. I am now up to 6 caps a day. 3 of the P.R. & 3 P.S in divided doses of 2 each. I also do salt/c approx 10-15 mgs a day.

Was doing 20 gms a day but since doing the Parastroy, I don't need as much salt/c. The dying parasites can take a while and from what i understand give off ammonia and other toxins which can cause pain.

All I know is that this seems to be doing the trick as far as killing these infections as well as the parasites. I have been doing Parastroy for approx 3-4 mos and that is probably why I am at higher doses.

I plan on continuing both these protocols. If you can push through the herxes, it will be worth it.

Gael

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