(LIMITED) Parasite Detox (Non GMO)
Could You Have a Parasite?
Common risk factors for parasitic infections include:Eating raw or undercooked fish or meat (sorry, sushi lovers).
International travel, especially to developing countries.
Frequently swimming in lakes, rivers, or streams.
Close contact with children, pets, and/or insects.
Poor hygiene and hand-washing.
Compromised immune system.
Poverty and malnutrition.
Hot and humid climate.
Handling cat litter.
Black Walnut is an old herbal remedy for killing parasites. One of the things that makes parasites so hard to kill is the biofilm they create around themselves. It renders them invisible to the immune system and unharmed by other toxic agents.
Wormwood is the famous herbal addition to Absinthe, the notorious psychoactive liquor intoxicating Van Goh when he cut off his own ear. Fortunately, as an herbal medicine, all its effects are profoundly immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory instead of psychoactive. It has long been used for healing gut conditions, among other maladies. Modern research shows it to be rich in flavonoids, terpenes, steroids, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-parasitic properties
Cloves contains the most powerful germicidal agent in the herbal kingdom, known as eugenol. It also contains caryophyllene, which is a powerful antimicrobial agent. These components travel through the bloodstream, killing microscopic parasites and parasitic larvae and eggs.