Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. What are parasites?

    Parasites are organisms that live on or inside our bodies. They compete with our cells for nutrients and excrete toxic wastes. They range in size from microscopic amoebas to large intestinal worms.

  2. What puts us at risk for getting parasites?

    We can be infected from contaminated water or food, from infected animals, or from infected people. Parasites especially prey on those with weakened immunity. Factors encouraging their spread include:

    •    Increasing international travel
    •    Increasing use of day-care centres
    •    Contaminated water supplies
    •    The popularity of household pets
    •    The increasing popularity of exotic foods
    •    Ingestion of undercooked meat, raw fish, and improperly washed food
    •    Excessive use of antibiotics and immunosuppressive drugs
    •    Unsafe sex
    •    The spread of AIDS
    •    Environmental toxins and chemical pollutants

  3. What are the warning signs of possible parasite infection?

    Parasites can cause constipation, diarrhea, gas and bloating, irritable bowel syndrome, skin conditions, allergies, sleeping problems, joint and muscle aches and pains, nervousness, granulomas, anemia, teeth grinding, and chronic fatigue and other immune problems.The latest European and North American studies indicate that anyone who suffers from a chronic condition probably has parasites.

  4. How many types of human parasites have been found to date?

    Many hundreds of human parasites are known, and we can be host to any number of different types at a time.

  5. Can medical drugs eliminate parasites?

    Anti-parasitic drugs kill only one or two types each and tend to cause side effects.

  6. How can I safely eliminate parasites?

    Three powerful traditional anti-parasitic herbs - wormwood, black walnut and cloves - supported by other anti-parasitic herbs, can rid us of many of the different parasites we may have. The herbs have no major side effects and don't interact with drugs. However, cleansing herbs can produce in some people “healing crisis” symptoms: abdominal cramps, nausea, loose bowels, or headaches. This is because the herbs pull toxins out from tissues and internal organs. The symptoms usually last from two days up to a week. To slow down such symptoms, one can take smaller dosages of herbs.

  7. How long should I follow an herbal anti-parasite program?

    30 days minimum (1 kit). It depends on your condition. However some people may need to take the herbs for 2-3 months or longer to see complete results.

  8. Is it a good preventive measure to use the cleanse yearly?

    Yes, an anti-parasite cleanse of a month per year is beneficial. It is also a good idea to do a cleanse during overseas travel or immediately following.

  9. Can I do a juice fast or cleanse while on this program?

    Yes, one week cleanses are very beneficial if you are in relatively good health, and have done a fast or cleanse before. Those with a chronic condition should consult a competent healthcare practitioner.

  10. What other steps may be taken after the initial parasite cleanse?

    According to H.R. Clark, Ph.D., N.D., it's tremendously beneficial to do a kidney cleanse followed by one or two liver/gallbladder cleanses; plus undetected stones in these organs can harbour parasites.

  11. What foods help prevent and eliminate parasites?

    Anti-parasitic foods include garlic, onions, raw pumpkin seeds, raw beets and carrots, figs, papaya seeds, pomegranate, and cranberry juice.

  12. How can I reduce the risk of infection?

    •    Cook meat and fish well (avoid microwave ovens; they don’t heat food sufficiently)
    •    Use good quality filtered water
    •    Wash fruits, vegetables, grains, and meat in an anti-parasitic solution such as hydrogen
          peroxide, 35% food grade, diluted to three percent
    •    Add Vitamin C powder to detoxify afla- toxins produced by molds found on bread, nuts, fruit,
          beer, syrups, and apple cider vinegar
    •    Avoid processed foods
    •    Avoid swimming in polluted rivers, streams, or lakes
    •    Wear gloves when changing the litterbox, and deworm pets regularly
    •    Don’t smoke
    •    Avoid the use of products containing propyl alcohol or benzene
    •    Avoid amalgam dental fillings
    •    Practise safe sex
    •    Exercise regularly
    •    Be content

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