8 Herbs That Kill Internal Parasites Naturally

29 Feb

8 Herbs That Kill Internal Parasites Naturally




top-10-signs-you-may-have-a-parasiteBaseding on data, 1/3 of Americans have parasites that live in their digestion system. Possibly this is shocking but, parasites are a lot more common than you thought.

There are many different kinds of parasites, and a lot of them are common. You might have issues triggered by parasites as well as you are not aware of that.

In this article, You will find out if you have parasites in your body and how to get rid of them with these 8 natural solutions

Top 10 Signs You May Have A Parasite:

  • Unexplained constipation, diarrhea, gas, or IBS symptoms
  • You’ve had traveller’s diarrhea while traveling internationally
  • You have a history of food poisoning and are still dealing with digestive issues
  • You have difficulty falling asleep and you wake up often during the night
  • You grind your teeth while sleeping
  • You have skin irritations, rashes, hives, eczema or rosacea for unexplained reasons
  • You have aching muscles and joints
  • You never seem to feel full after your meals
  • You have iron-deficiency anemia
  • You are dealing with fatigue, depression, exhaustion or apathy




8 Herbs That Kill Internal Parasites Naturally

1. Garlic
garlic-545223_640Garlic is anti-bad-stuff. Viruses, fungi, bacteria, parasites, cancer, and vampires all hate garlic. It’s an absolutely amazing herb and the best in the business at killing bad stuff. It even chelates heavy metals (removes them from the body). Garlic is also a very powerful deterrent for blood sucking parasites like mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas.

How to use it? You can use garlic in so many ways. Add it to your cooked dishes and if you are brave, you can even put it in your green juice.

2. Black Walnut-Nuts & Hull

black wallnutThe nuts and green hulls of black walnut (Juglans nigra) are loved by herbalists for their ability to cleanse the blood and the intestines. Black walnut hull is used to cure fungal infections. The juice from the green hulls are used to kill parasites. Only green hulls should be used.

How to use it? You can buy black walnut nuts and hull as a tincture and use it internally as directed. It is often found as an ingredient in internal cleansing products.

Recommended Product: Black walnut

3. Wormwood

sweet wormwoodWormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is a perennial herb with tiny yellow-green flowers. Leaves and flowers are used to treat stomach problems and wormwood is a powerful remedy for intestinal worms. Wormwood should be avoided by women who or nursing. Wormwood has strong antimicrobial properties and is used for other infections as well.

How to use it? Besides being found in many internal cleansing products, you can make tea out of wormwood. Just add 0.5 – 1 tsp to hot water and you have a cleansing tea ready.

Recommended Product: Wormwood

4. Cloves

CLoveClove essential oil is used to dissolve eggs found in the intestines that have been left behind by worms. It’s believed to be the only herb that actually does destroy almost all parasite eggs. When used in conjunction with black walnut and wormwood, the trio break the parasite’s life-cycles. Clove is also antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal. Clove oil has powerful broad-spectrum antimicrobial properties.

How to use it? Cloves are used to flavor many dishes and baked goods from relishes, pies, pickles, Indian dishes, teas and cider.

Recommended Product:Clove essential oil

5. Thyme

thymeThyme is one of the most wonderful herbs for stimulating the thymus, a major gland of your immune system. Thyme stimulates your body’s natural defenses. Thyme oil can not only eliminate growth of many parasites, but it can also kill them in the intestinal tract.

How to use it? You can use thyme in practically any dish you’d like along with marjoram, rosemary, oregano and other spices. You may also just use it dry or fresh.

Recommended Product: Thyme

6. Oregano Oil

oreganoOregano oil is incredibly powerful and one of the most effective herbs you can use against all kinds of problems, including parasites. It is infused with extremely high levels of free radical-crushing antioxidants. Oregano oil is also antiparasitic, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal, making it a powerful yet protective killer that can reset the microbial environment in your intestines.

How to use it? You can use oregano oil as a tincture, tea, or as an essential oil. Make sure you get good quality food-grade oils from a reliable source. It is also an ingredient in many cleansing products.

Recommended Product: Oregano oil

7. Chinese Goldthread

Chinese GoldthreadGoldthread (Coptis chinensis) is an important herb in traditional Chinese medicine used for helping with all types of infections, including bacterial, parasitic, yeast and protozoan. Its superpower ingredient, berberine, is responsible for the broad-spectrum antimicrobial properties.

How to use it? You can make tea out of chinese goldthread. Look for teas with it as an ingredient. You may want to visit your Asian supermarket.

Recommended Product: Chinese Goldthread

8. Diatomaceous Earth

Diatomaceous EarthDiatomaceous earth (food grade) absorbs E. coli, methyl mercury, viruses, organophosphate pesticide residues, various toxins and drug residues. Diatomaceous earth can kill your intestinal parasites, balance your intestinal flora, destroy viruses in your body and absorb any toxins that may be harming you. It is typically used for intestinal cleanses (note that it may irritate your lungs if inhaled).

How to use it? For internal parasites, you can use diatomaceous earth orally. Start with 0.5 tsp, gradually working up to 2 tbsp mixed with 4 ounces of water. Take it in on an empty stomach followed by 8 ounces of water immediately and continue to drink lots of water during the day.

Recommended Product: Diatomaceous earth





Sources:

http://fitlife.tv

http://eatlocalgrown.com

 

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