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How To Get Rid of Intestinal Parasites Naturally


Infections with human intestinal parasites represent one of the most common health problems of our days, and they are usually accompanied by symptoms such as anemia, constipation, bloating, digestive disorders and skin rashes. Many people completely refuse to take the issue seriously, not wanting to believe they suffer from such an uncomfortable and embarrassing health condition. However, there is little to be ashamed of, since we are all exposed to the parasite organism by means of the air, the food and the drinks we come into contact with. Besides the use of powerful anti-parasite drugs that are usually prescribed for the matter, there are natural ways to prevent or deal with worm infections, particularly since we are talking about long-term interventions.

There are specific herbs Mother Nature has in stock for us that create a completely unfriendly environment for intestinal parasites. Savory is one unique herb used for centuries as a spice, and cure for intestinal problems. Besides its anti-bacterial and carminative properties, it stimulates digestion and creates an unfriendly environment for intestinal worms. It is best used as tea or essential oil; the latter has a higher content of active substances and effects appear in a shorter period of time. Savory oil works best in combination with pumpkin seed oily extract, another great remedy that eliminates intestinal worms. You can have raw – not fried – pumpkin seeds, or use supplements based on pumpkin oil.

Pumpkin seed oil can be used to get rid of intestinal parasites without any side effects at all; there is no restriction of administration for children or women. Though it should be taken for at least a fortnight, results are almost immediate. One or two hours after taking the pumpkin seed oil, take some castor oil or a laxative to increase bowel movement and start eliminating the parasites. The active substances have a paralyzing effect on the worms, they are not actually killed; therefore, it is good to follow the pumpkin seed oil with some powerful laxatives. You can mash 400 grams of pumpkin seeds and mix them with milk and honey until the composition reaches a puree consistency. Have it on empty stomach in the morning and follow it with castor oil a couple of hours later.

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Source by Ben W Taylor

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