Do I Have Parasites?

 

PARASITES, AND HOW TO ELIMINATE THEM NATURALLY©

WHAT ARE
PARASITES?

 

Parasites are a large class of infective organisms that live
on or in human beings, animals and plant species.  They include:

1. Flukes and worms.  This includes
several hundred types of flat worms (such as tape worms) and round worms (such
as hook worms and ascaris).  Also in this
group are liver flukes, the most common parasites in America.  These infect most people, to some degree, at
least, because their eggs are so often found in swimming pools, hot tubs,
bathtubs, gymnasium floors, and everything you touch that others touch such as
armrests on aircraft, buses and trains, toilet flush levers in public or private
bathrooms, and elsewhere.  Even some
municipal water supplies contain some, as they are difficult to kill.

Worms and flukes don’t tend to kill people outright.  They just accumulate in the liver, colon or
elsewhere and cause certain symptoms.

 

2. Protozoa such as amoebas and giardia lamblia.  These are microscopic in size, and more
associated with Mexico, South America, and unclean food and water in tropical
countries.  These can kill the weak or
ill people if they move from the intestines through a weak spot in the
intestinal wall and migrate to the brain, lungs, heart or other vital
organs.  Eating spices can help to
mitigate them.

 

3. Spirochetes or
spiral-shaped organisms
such as those that cause
Lyme disease and malaria, and others.
These are also very common, especially Lyme spirochetes, spread by
flies, ticks and many other insects.

 

4. Yeasts and fungi.  Some people also
include yeasts and fungi such as candida albicans in the group of infective
agents that are termed parasites.
Candida is extremely common, as it is a hardy organism.

 

As you can see, there are many types of parasitic organisms,
several hundred, in fact.  Unlike
bacteria and viruses, most parasites are large enough to be seen easily with a
microscope, and some can be seen with the naked eye.

 

 

SYMPTOMS OF
PARASITES

 

A mild case of parasites will often cause few, if any
symptoms.  As a result, millions of
people walk around with parasites and have no idea they have them.  In fact, most people have some.  Everyone
whose body is somewhat yin has some parasites.
In America, for example, liver flukes are most common, followed by
Lyme disease, I would guess.  In tropical
countries, amoebas and other protozoal parasites are most common.  If more parasites are present, symptoms tend
to be:

– Worms and flukes tend to cause a bloated belly to some
degree, fatigue, a sad look on the face, slightly darker skin tone,
malnutrition if the case is bad, and interestingly, a craving for fat, even
more than cravings for sugar or sweets.

– Protozoal parasites cause diarrhea, constipation,
abdominal pain, fatigue, weight gain or weight loss, intestinal bleeding,
rectal itching or itching anywhere in the body.
Sometimes there is anemia, headaches and many other symptoms are
possible if the case is severe.

– Spirochetes such as the Lyme parasite (borrelia
burgdorferi) cuases a bullseye rash early on, which fades and later may causes
joint pain, neck pain, headaches, brain fog, and other symptoms as it invades
various tissues and organs.

– Candida albicans and other fermenting organisms may cause
gas, bloating, brain fog, confusion, fatigue, weight gain and other symptoms
depending upon where it is and how severe it is.

 

RULES OF
THUMB ABOUT PARASITES

 

Rules or principles
about parasites that I use are the following:

 

1. Parasitic infection is
extremely common and most everyone has some.
  Most people have Lyme spirochetes, liver
flukes, trichina cysts or worms, and often others, as well.  This is more likely if you work around the
soil, are not that clean in your living and sexual habits, travel the world,
eat pork, ham or bacon, or live in Lyme-infected areas such as the East and
West coast of the USA, and the mid-west as well.

Places where one finds the highest rate of parasitic
infection tend to be in the tropics, and in nations with less cleanliness, and
especially those where clean water is not readily available.  They are also more common where people walk
barefoot or work barefoot or in water, such as in rice paddies in Asia.  However, parasites are everywhere, and not
that easy to avoid.

In so-called healthy
people, the degree of infection is not severe, so there are few if any
symptoms, and the parasitic infection does not affect the person very much.

 

2. Parasites are
opportunists and thrive in more yin and sick bodies.
  An important
principle of parasitic infection is that parasites is they are generally worse
if your health is worse.  In this regard,
they are opportunist organisms that thrive in sick bodies.  As one makes the body more yang, detoxifies
the body and renourishes it properly, which takes several years or more, most
parasitic infections, including Lyme disease, will diminish in intensity to the
point that it will not cause problems. Eventually, they will go away completely
without
a need for any anti-parasitic medication or herbs of any kind
.

 

3. Detecting parasites
can be extremely difficult. 
Some are very small, some live deep in the liver or the
brain, and most of the tests, in my experience, are not that reliable, but QRA testing has been very accurate in my own experience (Barbara Kinsey).  Nutritional balancing is
superb for parasites because it will lead to the removal of all of them!

 

4. Healing parasitic
infections is really a two-stage process of 1) reducing the parasite load, and
2) completely eliminating the parasites.
  Reducing the load is what most medical and
natural methods achieve, and this is often adequate to improve one’s
health.  Nutritional balancing will do
this quite easily.  Other methods
used are Rife or other electrical machines, Ozone insufflation,  herbs, medical drugs or purges.

 

5. It is difficult to get
rid of all your parasites.
 It does not matter if you use drugs, herbs,
Rife machines, or anything else.  Some
are relatively easy to get rid of such as pinworms.  Others, such as liver flukes, are very
tenacious.  Also, even if you get rid of
them, re-infection occurs easily.

When people say they have gotten rid of their parasites,
usually it means they have reduced their numbers to where they are not
bothersome and they are harder to detect.

Only nutritional balancing, among the anti-parasitic
methods, will eventually cause the removal of all parasites, in my
experience.
It requires making the body much more yang, for example, and reducing
the nutrients parasites feed upon, which include sugars, fruit, and fats and
oils.

 

6. Most parasite remedies
are toxic to some degree so it is important to balance with detoxification therapies and nutrients.
  This includes
medical drugs, many herbs, colloidal silver, grapefruit seed extract, oregano oil
and  others.

7. You need not kill your
parasites.

A much better approach, in my view, is to just make your body an
unwelcome host, and they will leave on their own.  You may not see them leave, but they will
slowly stop reproducing if the terrain of your body is not suitable for them.

 

8. Nutritional balancing
does not always kill parasites.  It makes
the body less suitable for their survival, so they are either expelled or
simply leave and go elsewhere.

Important advantages of this method of handling parasites
are: 1) no toxic products are required, and 2) re-infection is much less
common.  Even if you are re-exposed to
them, the body will not support them nearly as well.  The disadvantage to this method is it may take a long time for most people, than taking drugs or herbs, although not necessarily.

 

Some of these principles are explored in more depth later in
this article.

 

SOURCES OF
EXPOSURE TO PARASITES

 

Parasites are a worldwide health problem that accounts for
half the diseases in the world, or more.
They live everywhere, though they thrive best in warm, moist, often
tropical, and dirty environments.  They
are a disease of filth and are usually present on foods, in water, even in the
air and on other contact surfaces that are not cleaned well enough.  For this reason, going barefoot, eating raw
or improperly cooked food, and lack of hygiene are the main sources of parasites.

More specifically:

Liver fluke eggs are found throughout the world on food, on napkins,
silverware, glasses, in the air and in the water supplies.  They are almost impossible to avoid, even if
one observes excellent cleanliness.

Hookworm and round worm
eggs
are found in dirt, on dirt floors,
especially, and on all unclean surfaces that people walk on and touch.  For this reason, round and hookworm
infections are diseases of filth.
Cleanliness is essential to avoid them.
Wearing shoes, and better yet, closed shoes, is a wise idea in all
tropical nations.

Trichina worm cysts are found in all pig products, in my opinion, even if the
pork, bacon, lard or ham are cooked well.
This is an important reason to stop eating pig products entirely!  They move into the brain easily, and are
endemic among populations that eat a lot of pig products anywhere in the
world.  Christians should be observing
the kosher laws, which forbid eating products of the pig.

Lyme disease and malaria are carried by insects of various
kinds.  Lyme disease is difficult to avoid today, no matter where one
lives.  Most people have it to some
degree.

Malaria requires any of about 40-50 species of female anopheles
mosquitos as its vector or carrier.  For
this reason, it is mainly limited to certain tropical areas where these
mosquitos are present in large numbers.
If possible, I suggest avoiding travel to these areas.  Malaria maps and mosquito maps on the internet
can show you where they are.  If you live
in one of these nations of Africa, Asia, South and Central America, the Middle
East or Far East, do your best to take precautions such as always sleeping
under mosquito netting, wearing long sleeves and long pants, wearing socks and
shoes, and avoiding mosquito-infected swamps and other dangerous areas.  Malaria is often rampant in these areas, and
it will shorten the lifespan of most people.

Candida albicans and
other candida species
are everywhere on dishes, glasses,
silverware, on food, and everything people touch or wear.  Wash you hands several times daily, and
always wash and preferably shower after you have been in contact with others,
after going to restaurants, after sex, after sleeping in hotels, and after
other contact with people or places where people have been such as theaters,
movies, stadiums, studios such as television studios, schools and universities,
and elsewhere.  I know this is difficult,
but it is helpful to reduce the spread of conditions such as candida albicans
and some other parasitic diseases.

The worst areas of the world for parasitic disease are
generally poor nations, those with bad sanitation systems, dirt floors instead
of tile, linoleum, wood or carpet flooring, and in nations with contaminated
and polluted water and food supplies.

 

Food sources
of parasites

 

Especially avoid ALL raw or poorly cooked meats, fish,
seafood and shellfish.  This applies to
Americans just as much as it does to Europeans and Asians.
Sushi, which is sadly very nutritious, is a big source of
problems in developed nations of Europe, Japan, America and others.  I am saddened to have to respond to the lies
that raw meats or raw fish are healthful, at all.  They are not! and are usually full of
parasitic eggs and cysts.

Avoid eating ALL unwashed
fruit and all poorly washed vegetable salads if you want to avoid more
parasites.

I suggest one should never eat salad or fruit with skin unless you wash
it yourself.  This means avoiding ALL salads
and ALL fruit with skin in restaurants.
   One never knows who washed the lettuce or
the apples, and how well and how cleanly it was done.  Remember, today many food service employees
are from unclean nations, and their hygiene must be questioned.  This is not an accusation against any
particular group or nation, but it is the truth.  Also remember that many of our fruits,
vegetables, meats and fish come from unclean tropical nations, which must
include China, India, Southeast Asia and South America.  For this reason, the problem of cleanliness
of raw foods is far worse today than ever before, and getting worse by the day.

Finding out if the food is clean is basically impossible, so you must assume
all food is contaminated until proven otherwise.  Some food is marked where it has been grown
and shipped from.  However, most is not
marked, although it should be.

As stated above, to avoid
trichina infection of the brain and elsewhere, I would avoid all pig products
such as ham, bacon, pork, lard,  pig
skin, sausage made with pork intestine, pork rinds and other products of the
pig.

It does not seem to matter if it is well-cooked.  The only exception is porcine pancreatin,
which appears to be very safe.  Perhaps
this is because pancreatin digests most everything, including parasite ova.

 

 

Water
sources of parasites

 

Drinking water supplies are a major source of parasitic
infection around the world.  Never drink tap water in most nations, even
for brushing your teeth.
  Also, if
possible, always use warm or hot water and lot of soap to wash dishes and
clothing.

Important water-related sources of parasites are pools, hot
tubs, hot springs, boating clubs and facilities, cruise ships, and wet or damp
floors in health clubs, gyms, school locker rooms.  Just
because a pool or hot tub has been “sanitized” with chlorine or bromine does
not mean that all micro-organisms have been killed.
  Some
cysts and eggs survive very well in these places.
  For this reason, I suggest strictly avoiding
all public pools or hot tubs.

Even lake water, river water and occasionally ocean water
can be contaminated with parasites.  Ocean
water is safest because few parasites can survive in the salty water.  Fresh water is commonly contaminated, often
by human beings or animals who  use the
water for bathing and relieving themselves.
Untreated sewage also may find its way into lakes, streams and some
ocean areas, as well.

So swim only in the ocean, clean lakes or rivers, or seek
out healthful and very clean-flowing hot springs, which are scattered
everywhere on the earth and much better because the water comes directly out of
the ground, and is pure and always flowing.

Notes on chlorine and
bromine:
These are powerful toxins that are
best avoided.  The amount in most
municipal bathing and drinking water is not too bad, although it has found its
way into all our food, as a result of its widespread use.  This has damaged the entire food supply on
earth, and harmed all the soils of the earth.
While these chemicals kill many germs, they do not kill all parasite
cysts and ova.  They are also highly
toxic and cause the bodies of people, animals and plants to become more yin,
which worsens susceptibility to all parasites.

Ozone and hydrogen peroxide are much better methods to
sanitize all water in the world, although they are not perfect, either.  Sanitizing and producing healthful drinking
and bathing water for all people of the earth should be a major priority in all
nations, and is a costly, but important public health concern for all
nations.  I hope it will receive more
attention than it already does.  Until
then, in most nations, drink only bottled water, and only water directly out of
a sealed bottle, even for brushing your teeth and for cooking.

Wine, beer and other
alcoholic beverages used to avoid drinking water.
  While cleaner than
many water supplies, I do not suggest drinking wine or other alcoholic
beverages.  The only exception might be
if you are traveling for a day or two and cannot obtain bottled water.  However, alcohol is very yin and also toxic
for the body.  Continued use is damaging
to the body.

Among alcoholic beverages, beer and distilled spirits are
usually the cleanest, interestingly.
Wine is the worst and may contains parasite cysts, some arsenic and
perhaps a little lead used in fertilizers and pesticides applied to the grapes.  Grain beverages such as beer are actually
more yang and therefore better than fruit-based beverages such as wine,
especially sweet wines.  However, I would
not drink these beverages for optimum health.

Notes about reverse
osmosis water.

Throughout this website, I do not recommend reverse osmosis water.  In my experience, it does not hydrate the
body very well, it causes a type of plastic poisoning from the polycarbonate or
other type of membrane used to make it, and it is mineral-deficient and very
yin for this reason.  However, if you are
traveling in an unclean nation, reverse osmosis bottled water may be the best
alternative, and it can be used for a short while by most people.  If you live in a nation with unclean water,
please seek out a clean bottled spring water for regular drinking, as it will
be much better for you than always drinking reverse osmosis bottled water.

Watch out for brands such as Nestles, Dasani and Aqua
Fina.  These are made by reverse osmosis
and are not spring waters, though they are found in the spring water sections of
most supermarkets in the USA and elsewhere, unfortunately.  Also watch out for “drinking waters” and
“purified waters” in health food stores and elsewhere, as these, too, are
usually just tap water that is run through a reverse osmosis filter.

Notes about drinking
bottled soft drinks in unclean nations.
  While I am definitely not a fan of Coca-cola
or other soft drinks, these companies have actually helped the nations where
these drinks are sold because they make sure the water they use is adequately
filtered so as not to spread disease.
This is important to know if you travel to unclean nations, as these
beverages at least will not spread parasitic and other water-borne diseases,
provided you drink them straight from the bottle or can.  Do not make a habit of this, but know this if
you need a beverage and no spring water or reverse osmosis water is immediately
available.  Ideally, always bring your
own water with you when traveling through unclean nations or areas.

 

 

Airborne
sources of parasites

 

This is not a major source of parasites, most of the
time.  The only exception is if one is
breathing contaminated air, for example in a chicken coup or even some cities
where debris and garbage take to the air and one may breathe in cysts of
parasites.

 

 

Toilet seats
and other contact sources of parasites

Troublesome areas are all public places where one touches
chairs, toilets, sinks, beds, money (paper or coins) or anything else that has
been touched by many people.  Such places
include theatres, auditoriums, laundromats, lunch counters, buses, trains, airplanes,
subways, restaurants, and many other public locations.  This is why frequent hand washing, wiping
down toilet seats before sitting on them, and other hygienic measures are
absolutely essential in public places of all kinds.

Wealthier nations tend to be cleaner, as do primarily
Christian nations such as the USA.
However, watching your hygiene today is critical even in the United
States and Canada.  This is partially due
to immigration patterns, and partially due to the decline in wealth and in Christian
values in these nations.

 

Children spread a lot of
parasites.

We must add to contact sources the enormous spread of parasitic diseases
that occurs among family members.  Today,
sadly, many children are born with parasites that are passed on from the
mother, although the placenta affords newborn babies some protection from
parasite infection.  Mothers should take
care of their parasitic infections before giving birth, if possible, as some
live in the vagina and can easily infect their babies, causing blindness in
some cases or other problems.  Sexual
hygiene is the key here.  Husbands and
boyfriends must be treated along with their female partners in all cases, if a
disease is found.

Young children often bring home parasite eggs from
pre-school and kindergarten, especially, as the children often slobber a little
and may place things in their mouths or other contaminated areas.  Then mom or dad gives them a big hug and the
filth is all over their clothes and hands, as well.

This is unfortunately another reason to teach your children
at home, rather than send the little ones, in particular, to daycare centers,
pre-schools and kinder schools, in particular.
However, even grade school children and high school age children often
bring home parasites to the entire family from their sports events, group
showering after gym class, and even just from contact with others at the school
and in the stores and other places they frequent.

Besides keeping your children out of school, I would not
allow most group sports and other group activities, which some think are so
wonderful, but they are not.  Never allow
your child to swim in pools or go in hot tubs, for instance, unless you want to
contaminate the whole family later.

 

Sexual activity.  Sexual contact is a
common cause of parasitic infections such as chlamydia, and others.  Sexual activity also always spreads bacterial
infections such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and others, and viral infections such
as herpes.

Even simple kissing can spread parasitic diseases easily.  I would avoid “kissy” people, as they usually
are spreading disease without realizing it, and some of these diseases such as
some strains of herpes are very difficult to eradicate.

Among heterosexuals, casual
sex is by far the worst.  You never know
if your wonderful new partner is lying about their sexual past or disease, or
is just ignorant as to whether he or she is carrying parasitic or other
diseases.  Both occur all the time.  One may even think the diseases are gone,
when they are rarely gone.  Fidelity in
marriage, monogamy, and avoiding adultery are best.

 

Other people-to-people
spreading of disease.

Parasitic disease spread easily to friends, anyone you are living with,
business associates and even those one entertains at parties and other events.  Sharing clothing, riding in cars belonging to
others, riding subways, buses, planes, trains and other public transportation
are sources, as are most human group activities such as attending sports
events, concerts, etc.  Try to be clean
at these, and always wash or shower when you get home.  Keep clothing clean, and do not wipe hands on
your face, if possible, and do not use dirty handkerchiefs and tissues.  Do not leave these around the home,
either.  Even new clothing today are best
washed before wearing them, as they can transmit parasite cysts.

 

Home contact. The dirtiest rooms
in most homes are the bathroom and kitchen.
Floors should be washed, not just swept or vacuumed, at least once a
week.  Use a steam mop, not a regular mop that just moves the dirt around, too
often.
  Only the steam mop mixed with
a little soap, can kill or remove most parasite eggs.

Be careful when sweeping or vacuuming, as these can blow
dust and living matter all over the home.
If you squash a bug, do it preferably with a Kleenex or paper towel, and
then put the paper in the toilet or outside in the garbage since most insects
carry disease germs and may carry parasite eggs or cysts.

Do not leave dirty dishes overnight, and wash sponges and
kitchen and bathroom towels often.  Also
be sure to wash out sinks, stoves, ovens and other places where food debris and
parasite ova may lie.

Doctor’s offices, dental offices, and especially hospitals
can be a source of parasitic infection today.
Some of the electronic equipment used in hospitals is very hard to
sterilize.  If possible, stay away from
these places.

 

Pets and farm animals. Animals are often infected with parasites, and these can
spread to people easily.  Birds
are the worst pets for this reason.

Birds often flap their wings in their cages, spreading larva and
parasite eggs throughout the house.

Dogs and particularly cats are often infected with worms and
other parasites.  They should be
de-wormed periodically, about once a year, according to many
veterinarians.  If your animal is indoors
all the time, this is less of a problem, but still a possibility.  Ideally, after petting or grooming any
animal, wash your hands, and do not sleep with animals in bed with you, or even
on your bed.  Hugging, and especially
kissing pets and other animals can spread these parasites easily and should be
avoided.

Dogs and perhaps chickens are the cleanest of the small
animals, even dogs who roam out of doors daily.
I am not sure why this is so, but it appears to be the case.  This is a reason to own dogs rather than cats
or other animals.  Even pocket dogs can
carry germs, so if you have one, wash everything they touch carefully on a daily
basis.  People think they are like little
people, but it is not true.

Never own pigs, please, and if you must be around them, wash
your hands often and deeply.  They carry
the most disease, it seems, although I am not sure why.

The problem of parasites in farm and livestock animals is a
daunting one.  In trying to figure out
why they are such a problem, I would suggest that “industrial” or large-scale
livestock production is more yin today and this may open the animals to more
parasitic infections.  Causes for the
problem stem from raising animals in very close quarters, not enough sunshine,
cheap food, bad water, widespread use of medical drugs and vaccines, the use of
other chemicals used on the farms and ranches for cleaning and other purposes,
and some resulting contamination of the food, water and air of our livestock
animals.  Modern methods of livestock
production are more sterile, perhaps, but there is a price in using more
chemicals. The animals have become more yin in nature, negatively affecting
their ability to resist parasitic attack.

 

Note: Garlic for dogs and
perhaps cats.

Giving dogs and maybe cats small amounts of garlic daily can reduce and
eventually eliminate some parasites such as heartworms in dogs.  Beware:  too much garlic is toxic and even lethal for
cats, in particular.

However, small amounts of garlic can be safer than the
anti-parasitic drugs, and can do a better job, in some cases.

Insect and other
vectors. 
Some parasites are
spread by crawling insects that may leave parasite cysts in their urine, feces
or other body secretions.  In fact, most
spiders, mosquitoes, small rodents and other small animals that find their way
into our homes and offices can possibly spread parasitic organisms.

To minimize this contact,
keep homes closed up sufficiently and pick up insects when they are found.
  Put them outside or
destroy them.  When hiking or moving
through any area where insects are, preferably wear long sleeves, long pants
and socks to help prevent insect bites.
Check yourself before going inside to remove any insects that may be on
your clothing.  I know this is
inconvenient, but it can be well worth the trouble.

 

DETECTING
PARASITES

 

Detecting many
parasites is very difficult, as mentioned above, but “QRA” a non-invasive health test has been essential and very effective in my practice (quoted by Barbara Kinsey) .  They can hide in various organs, and Standard  tests are not very reliable.  Here are
a few words about the most common types of tests used.

 

Stool examinations.  Stool exams are used
commonly, but are notoriously inaccurate.
The reason is that the laboratory only analyzes a small amount of the
stool.  It may not contain the parasites,
even though they are present in the body.
Parasites also go through live cycles, and an exam done at the wrong
time of the month, so to speak, will miss the eggs or ova or the entire
parasites for this reason, as well.

One can also test the stool for occult blood.  This may be caused by parasitic infection,
although one must rule out other causes, so the test is not that reliable.

 

Bowel contents exams.  A few laboratories
may offer a “bowel contents exam”.  This
is a very time-consuming and costly test in which the patient is given a
laxative and must sit at the lab for several hours and collect everything that
comes out of the bowel.  The lab then
analyzes the entire contents, hopefully.
This is not widely offered, however, and costs hundreds of dollars.  Also, it still can miss some items, and it
only detects parasites in the bowel, of course.

 

Blood tests.  Serum tests for
antibodies and others are also not perfectly reliable, as one may be exposed to
parasites, so there can be false positives as well as false negatives.

 

Biopsies, x-rays, PET
scans and MRIs
.
These are occasionally useful, but are rarely done unless one has a
strong suspicion and knows exactly what one is looking for.  They are the only methods to detect parasites
deep in the internal organs.

 

Hair mineral tests. Anyone with a four lows pattern on a hair mineral test
probably has parasites.  Other patterns
are not clear indicators of parasitic infection, in my experience.

While a properly performed hair mineral test does not
specifically detect parasites, it will tell your Approved nutritional balancing
practitioner how to set up a complete program to slowly eliminate parasites
from the body.  Most doctors who offer
hair analysis, however, do not know enough to set up a correct program. ” This is why I  recommend QRA health test for immediate and accurate results” (Barbara Kinsey)

 

Must one test for
parasites?

I  routinely test for parasites for all the following reasons:

 

  • I assume that most people have parasites.
  • Standard tests are not that reliable.
  • Nutritional balancing
    programs, especially with herbs, near infrared sauna therapy, ozone insufflation, and coffee enemas,
    will immediately begin to reduce the parasite load and eventually will get rid
    of most of them without needing drugs.

 

 

When to test for
parasites?

Possible situations are:

 

1. One could test for parasites if one is having a bad
reaction to coffee enemas and/or GB-3, which upset parasites in the body and
are beginning the removal process.

2. If a person will not follow a nutritional balancing
program, then testing and using toxic remedies may be needed, at times, for
Lyme disease and others.

 

DRUGS AND
HERBAL CORRECTION OF PARASITES

 

Anti-parasitic
pharmaceutical drugs.

These drugs include metronizadole (Flagyl, Helidac, Metizol, Metric 21,
Metro IV, Metrogel, Neo-metric, Novonidazole, Prostat, Satric, Trikacide),
itraconazole (Sporanex), ketoconizole (Nizoril), fluconizole (Diflucan),
quinacrine, (Atabrine) and perhaps others.

Anti-parasitic drugs are often not all that helpful, and
many are extremely toxic.  They may have
a temporary effect, but if the body is not made stronger with a complete
nutritional balancing program, the drugs will not work well, or the parasites
often come back just as bad after the drug therapy is over.  These drugs are quite toxic for the liver and
perhaps for other organs, so they slow the general healing of the body.  I would avoid them all.  Always use the natural methods first such as
a nutritional balancing program and natural remedies.

There may be exceptions to the above in a few
situations.  However, so far, we have
never needed to resort to anti-parasitic drugs to clear parasites.  Drugs should only be used if all other
methods above are not working.  I believe
that nutritional balancing and, if needed, other natural methods are very
powerful, in fact more so than the drugs.

 

 

 

 

 

PARASITE
REMOVAL USING NUTRITIONAL BALANCING

 

Nutritional balancing programs can rid the body of hundreds
of different parasites:

 

  • A
    more yang diet.
      The diet for those on a nutritional balancing
    program always includes avoiding all sweets and sugars, including fruits
    because sugars tend to nourish parasites. Also, parasitic infections are
    generally “cold” or “yin”, and this is made much worse by eating sugars of any
    kind at all, even milk.  The diet also
    limits fat, which also feeds some parasites.
  • Increased vitality.  Enhancing overall
    vitality of the body is essential to rid the body of parasites.  Parasites are very low-energy creatures that
    thrive in sick bodies.  As the vitality
    improves, they are often easily expelled.
    Increased vitality also enhances the body’s ability to resist new
    parasitic infestation.
  • Repair
    of the intestinal tract is a high priority.
      This is
    done by eliminating all fruit, all juices except a little carrot juice, all raw
    food, all wheat products, and all food chemicals and refined foods.  A much better diet of this type slowly
    strengthens and balances the intestines.
  • Making the body much more
    yang in many ways
    . Parasites thrive in a more yin
    body.  They cannot thrive well in a more
    yang and healthier body.
  • A focus on liver
    detoxification
    .
    This increases bile flow.  Bile is
    irritating and sometimes lethal for parasites.
  • The use of digestive and cleansing aids.  To irritate parasites,
    help correct the intestinal pH, and have other beneficial effects.
  • A better lifestyle with
    more rest is helpful.
  • Ridding the body of toxic
    metals and toxic chemicals. 
    This  enhances
    vitality and helps create an unfavorable terrain or environment for parasites.
  • Near infrared sauna therapy.  This seems to help remove parasites in many
    ways.  Heating the body a few degrees can
    weaken and disable some parasites, including the one that causes Lyme disease,
    and others.  Improving circulation can
    help as well.  Near infrared energy feeds
    the human body, but is not beneficial for most parasites.  Other mechanisms may be at work in the sauna
    as well, such as removing toxic substances that parasites feed upon.
  • Coffee enemas.  This is probably the
    most powerful single additional procedure used in nutritional balancing.  It stimulates bile flow, mechanically cleans
    the colon, upsets many parasite nesting places, and the coffee is probably
    somewhat toxic for them as well.  Many
    people call me to say they notice parasites in their stool after a coffee
    enema.  Often they feel much better when
    the parasites are removed.  The coffee
    may be directly toxic for the parasites, or the enema may just help loosen them
    and remove them from the body.  The
    coffee enema also reduces liver toxicity and promotes extra bile secretion that
    weakens many parasites.  Coffee enemas
    also have reflex effects throughout the body.
    Please read Coffee Enemas for more on this amazing
    healing procedure.
  • Colonic irrigation.  I do not need this
    procedure too often.  However, if
    parasites in the colon are a real problem, then a series of 5 to 10 colonic
    irrigations can be very helpful to quickly loosen and remove them.  Combining this with a nutritional balancing
    program is always best.
  • Other.  Adding
    garlic, lots of cooked vegetables, and can often help.

 

PREVENTING
PARASITIC INFECTION

 

This, of course, is best.
However, it requires a careful lifestyle, and even then it is
difficult.  Traveling to other nations is
not advised if one wishes to avoid parasites.
Eat only cooked foods in restaurants, avoid all hot tubs, pools and
other possible contaminated water and food.
It also means attention to hygiene at all times.

One should also be sure to wear long sleeves, long pants and
socks in damp areas where ticks and other insects live, and preferably do not go
to these areas.  I believe if people
realized how prevalent parasitic infection is, as I notice as a physician who
regularly receives calls from people who are eliminating worms, for example,
most people would be far more careful with their food, water and hygiene
practices.

 

SUMMARY AND
CONCLUSIONS

 

Planet earth is teeming with parasitic diseases.  Avoiding all of them is difficult, if not
impossible.  Fortunately, and quite
amazingly, a properly designed nutritional balancing program will make the body
much more resistant to all parasitic attack.
It may take some time of following a program properly for this to
begin to occur.  However, this will
provide protection against most, if not all parasites.  This is the best method to prevent and heal
parasitic infections that I know of.

( Written by Lawrence Wilson, MD-Revised and updated by Barbara Kinsey)