are parasites that invade the intestinal tract and other
parts of the body. They are highly contagious.
symptoms vary according to type. In general, worms may
be associated with overall fatigue, flu-like symptoms,
and vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Often there are
intestinal symptoms, digestive symptoms such as gas
and burping, fatigue, joint pains, lowered resistance,
and even mood changes and depression.
are characterized by itching around the anus, but sometimes
there are no symptoms at all. Other symptoms can include
abdominal pain, joint pain, insomnia, convulsions, and
many other widely varying signs.
whipworm can cause mild to severe abdominal pain and
diarrhea, along with weight loss, anemia, appendicitis,
and rectal prolapse in women and children.
can cause mild to severe abdominal symptoms, such as
cramping, and abdominal obstruction. Other symptoms
can include fever, coughing, wheezing, and, if the worms
enter the lungs, there may also be severe lung problems.
Adult tapeworms can also create problems in the appendix,
liver, gallbladder, or pancreas.
usually do not present symptoms. When they do, the most
common symptoms are a rash at the site where they invaded
the body, pulmonary problems, may severe stomach pains,
are many types of worms. The most common forms are tapeworms,
roundworms, hookworms, pinworms, whipworms, and flukeworms.
infection can occur as a result of digestive enzyme
deficiencies, nutrient deficiencies, poor hygiene, improper
elimination of human waste, walking barefoot on contaminated
soil, and avoid eating improperly cooked meat.
Useful essential oils include bergamot, chamomile,
camphor, lavender, Melissa, peppermint, tea tree, and
Throughout each day, chew small amounts of
a mixture of pumpkinseeds, papaya seeds, papaya pulp,
and unsweetened organic yogurt. Also drink filtered
water with two garlic capsules. Fig juice is also helpful
for killing roundworms.
each meal, add pepsin and glycerine to hot water and
drink immediately. Upon arising and at bedtime, add
one clove of peeled garlic followed by a glass of hot
tea with lemon. Tapeworms can also be dealt with by
fasting on raw pineapple for three days (the bromelain
in pineapple kills the tapeworms).
all processed and refined foods, sugars, soda, alcohol,
unhealthy fats, and milk and dairy products. Avoid meats
and fish unless you can be sure they are not contaminated.
Rescue Remedy for accompanying stress. Crab
Apple and Olive for exhaustion.
Make an infusion of fresh pumpkinseeds, one
ounce of crushed seeds to a pint of boiling water. Drink
a cup three times a day for six days a week for three
weeks. Eat one ounce of pumpkinseeds a day as well.
Peppermint, senna, and wormwood tea are also very helpful.
Recommended nutrients include garlic capsules, vitamin
A, beta carotene, vitamin C, zinc, acidophilus, and
deglycerrhized licorice (two to three times daily on
empty stomach). Aloe vera juice or gel can also be helpful.
If your symptoms persist despite the above measures,
seek the help of a qualified health professional.
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