Parasites have been a big part of my lyme experience, beginning in 2003. I've tried all kinds of things to deal with them, all of which caused die-off, at least initially. Unfortunately, I often become allergic to infection-killers, and am always on the lookout for new ones.
Using enzymes seems ideal because they make you feel better instead of worse.
Posted by Catgirl (Member # 31149) on :
There is a connection with becoming allergic to the parasite killers worth checking into: NAET (below). Enzymes didn't seem to hit the parasites in my case.
I haven't taken Bromelain and Papain but If you're not allergic to Artemisinin, you could try this. This is what was effective for me. I boiled some water to make tea, opened a capsule of Artemisinin (wormwood) and added it to
the hot water. I drank as much of it as I could tolerate on a Sat. morning. Then, I had another cup on Sunday morning. The result was that all parasites were gone after that. Prior to
that, for several months, I had taken Wormwood, Black Walnut and Cloves plus a Mexican herb that I forget the name of, in capsule form and chewed tons of pumpkin seeds with only
mild success. My homemade Wormwood tea was instantly absorbed and totally effective. It was hard on the stomach and tasted terrible. If I had it to do over again, I'd
cushion it by taking a tsp of plain yogurt afterwards.