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Jessig627
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Hi all! Has anyone ever done a parasite

cleanse? And if you have, what would you recommend?

I stopped taking abx about 3 months ago of my own accord. After over 2 years I felt I hit a plateau. I've been doing okay, but still have some symptoms hanging around.

I've never done a parasite cleanse and it dawned on me that this could be the problem as parasites are linked to many, many issues.

I'd like to try this but I am ridiculously scared to! I don't want to send my body into a total tizzy so I want to take the gentlest approach possible.

I still take herbals (oil of oregano (pill form), magnesium, probiotics, vitamin c, glutathione and senna daily). I also take Inderal LA (for tachycardia thanks to lyme and Xanax to control my haywire nervous system as needed.


Any advice or suggestions anyone has would be greatly appreciated!! :-)

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sixgoofykids
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For a parasite cleanse, you need black walnut, clove, and wormwood. I used Humaworm because it had all three plus detox support in a single product. If you have allergies, you can even have them leave out herbs because they hand make each batch.

They have a website, so you can order online.

I also found enula by Nutramedix helped with roundworms. It's also used for babesia, but on the website it mentions roundworms, and let's just say, I can verify it works for those.

After a strong parasite cleanse like Humaworm and enula, I like Dr. Natura. It has a parasite cleanse as part of it, but also a colon cleanse. It's a great product. I use it yearly for maintenance, sometimes twice a year. The first round, though, is dramatic and restores energy.

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glm1111
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Good suggestions from sixgoofykids. Check out the PARASITE WARRIORS SUPPORT THREAD. I will bring it back up for you. It can take several yrs to get rid of parasites, but you have to be persistent.

Gael

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