19 Signs Parasites are Residing In Your Body – These Herbs Can Help Destroy Them

Parasite infections have become quite common, but luckily there are plenty of natural ways to get rid of them. The first thing to do in such cases is to strengthen your immune system using certain herbs, before treating your parasite problem.

How to Know If You Have Parasites?
There are plenty of symptoms, and here is a list of the most common ones:

Constant yeast infections such as Candida
Appetite loss
Headaches
Unexplained hunger
Constant fatigue
Mood swings, depression, restlessness, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and irritability
Gum bleeding
Constant cravings for sugars and processed foods
Sensitivities and allergies to foods
Iron deficiency or anemia
Skin issues like acne, lesions, hives, rashes, sores, ulcers, itching dermatitis, weeping eczema, and others
Fidgeting and nervousness
Issues with breathing
Drooling during sleep and grinding of teeth
Memory-related issues
Menstrual issues with women/reproductive dysfunctions with men
Stiff and sore joints
Ithcing all over, particularly around the nose, mouth, and anus
Consistent digestive problems
But there is a way to cleanse yourself of such problems. These herbs and foods are the best way to do so naturally.

 

Fresh Garlic
Garlic is already famous for being a powerful natural antibiotic. It kills over sixty types of fungus and twenty types of bacteria. And even some of the most infamous viruses.

It’s also a potent parasite killer and is used for controlling secondary fungal infections. It has potent antioxidant properties and can prevent oxidation which is the result of parasite toxins.

The active compounds in garlic, called ajolene and allicin are great for killing amoebas and parasites, and this includes hookworms, pinworms, and one-cell varieties.

But in order to get at the allicin, one needs to chop or otherwise ‘damage’ the garlic, or even take it in oil form.

Clove
They are herbs with potential germicidal abilities. Caryophyllene is to thank for their antimicrobial properties. What they do is enter one’s bloodstream and destroy not only the microscopic parasites, but also any larvae and eggs.

Cloves are excellent for treating malaria, cholera, scabies, tuberculosis, as well as any parasites or fungi such as Candida, and even all types of Streptococcus, Staphylococcus and Shigella.

Ginger
It gives your circulation a boost and helps with digestion. It is also beneficial for treating nausea and gas. Its role in improving the acid production of your stomach contributes to killing parasites and preventing any infections.

 

Fresh ginger is best for getting rid of mucus, and the ground variety for any digestion issues.

Cucumber Seeds
Did you know these seeds do wonders for removing any tapeworms from your digestive tract?

This is all thanks to the beneficial enzymes they contain. To achieve a quick cleanse, what you do is grind some heirloom cucumber seeds into powdered form and add one teaspoon of it to any healthy daily drink of your choice!

Pumpkin Seeds (Raw)
They are toxic to parasite eggs due to the natural fat they contain. Additionally, the Curcurbitin in them has potent anti-parasitic abilities. What it does is paralyze the worms so that they drop off one’s intestinal walls.

In fact, these seeds have been, and are still being used today in the Chinese healing culture for treating tapeworm infestations. Grind half a cup of these miracle seeds and add the powder to any salad or smoothie of your choice.

Probiotics
During your parasite cleanse using these herbs, it is also very important that you consume probiotics like kefir, raw yogurt, and sauerkraut. This is to make sure your good bacteria is not entirely depleted from the parasite-destroying herbs.

Papaya
While we advise you to stay away from any tropical fruits due to their high sugar content during your parasite cleanse, papaya is an exception as it kills off not just tapeworms but basically any other parasites in your body.

Their seeds are their secret weapon, and according to research done by The University of Maryland Medical Center, combining them with organic honey cleans stools of parasites.

Another good recipe is to take the grinded seeds of a medium-sized papaya, add a cup of coconut milk and one tablespoon of organic coconut oil, then add the rest of the papaya and mix all of the ingredients together in a blender.

You should drink this blend each day for a week.

Turmeric
It had to come up sometime. This miracle multipurpose spice is also anti-parasitic, as well as being anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory. For best absorption, you should mix it with some pepper and coconut oil.

Black Walnut’s Green Hulls
The walnut’s green hulls in their dried and ground form are high in tannin (an organic iodine) and juglandin.

Our ancestors have used them a long time ago to naturally rid their bodies of parasites, including ringworm which causes skin irritation. They are effective blood oxygenators, and this is what kills off any parasites.

Other than that, they also aid your body in detoxifying itself and lowers any high blood sugar levels.

Cayenne
This special herb has potent anti-fungal properties. It can quickly kill off any mold, fungus, and parasites, as well as give your health and circulation a boost. It’s also an excellent enhancer of any other herbs you use.

African cayenne is the best way to go. Sprouted pumpkin seeds, cayenne, and ginger are a miracle combination against intestinal bugs.

The University of Maryland suggests these natural solutions for parasites:

Garlic
Barberry
Anise
Curled mint
Goldenseal
Oregon Grape
Wormwood
Black Walnuts
It’s also strongly advised to get a good night’s sleep in order to give your body the chance to repair its immunity. Also, drink plenty of water each day and do more activities which promote relaxation and boost your energy. Stay healthy!

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