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Pesky Parasites

A lot of people associate parasite and bacterial infections with travelling to exotic parts of the world, but because they can be easily transmitted they have spread around the world and can be easily picked up in western countries including the UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA etc.

Many parasites can enter the human body via the skin and mouth and when the larvae reach the intestines and develop into adults, symptoms usually develop.

Infections from parasites can generate a sudden onset of early-stage symptoms such as:

  • Diarrhoea
  • Constipation
  • Alternating diarrhoea and constipation
  • Vomiting
  • Bloating
  • Flatulence
  • Indigestion
  • Pain
  • Sweating
  • Weight loss
  • Even worm emerging from the nose, mouth or other orifices!

Once the initial digestive symptoms have eased, other symptoms unrelated can start to occur as a consequence of a parasite or bacterial infection. Such symptoms may include:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Mood changes (check out this article on Toxoplasma and road rage from the Guardian newspaper a few years ago
  • Brain fog
  • Allergies
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Skin problems
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • The list goes on!

Common Parasites include:

  • Giardia intestinal
  • Cryptosporidium species
  • Dientamoeba fragilis
  • Entamoeba histolytica
  • Blastocystis hominis

Common Pathogenic Bacteria include:

  • Campylobacter species
  • Salmonella species
  • Shigella species
  • Yersinia enterocolitica
  • Aeromonas species
  • E. coli
  • Clostridium

How to Identify A Parasite or Bacterial Infection

Unfortunately, even the most sensitive conventional laboratory testing (primarily using a stool sample) can easily miss a parasitic or bacterial infection.  The good news is a well-trained therapist can easily detect the frequency information of thousands of pathogens: parasites, bacteria, fungi, viruses etc.

Time and time again I have detected such pathogens in patients who clearly were still suffering yet had a negative laboratory test.

Natural alternatives for Parasites and Gut Bacterial Infections

There are some excellent natural alternatives for parasite or bacterial infections and the combination of quantum physics technology and naturopathic medicine makes for an effective therapy for such pesky parasites!

Check out this video clip of parasites being destroyed by frequency inversion!


Naturopathic treatment

Natural treatment for parasites using naturopathic medicine includes herbal anti-microbial and anti-parasitic formulas, as well as biofilm disruptors to break down the protective barrier that these infections form. Probiotic formulas are also used to help eliminate the infection as well as improve your levels of beneficial bacteria. In addition, ‘gut repair’ agents are often prescribed.

Diet tips for parasites

  • Increase bitter foods in your diet to help slough off the parasites. Intestinal parasites thrive on an acidic digestive system so by changing the environment to alkaline natural kills them off. Bitter foods are lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, rocket, endive and radicchio.
  • Use coconut oil in cooking and smoothies as it contains Caprylic Acid a short chain fatty acid which inhibits the growth of bacteria and parasites.
  • Eat more garlic, onions, pomegranates and pumpkins seeds as these help to kill of intestinal parasites.
  • Spices such as cayenne pepper, oregano (including oregano oil) and turmeric are great anti-infective natural remedies that can be added to food or taken in supplement form.
  • Fibre supplement such as slippery elm or psyllium husks to increase bowel elimination and parasites through the faeces.
  • Decrease acidic foods such as sugar, dairy, wheat, alcohol, tea, coffee and soft drinks.
  • Ensure adequate hydration to improve bowel clearance and herbal teas such as ginger, fennel, peppermint and chamomile to improve digestion.
  • Begin each day with a small glass of warm water with ½ lemon squeezed into it. Lemon has a cleansing effect on the gall bladder, liver and therefore bowel function.
  • Consider a pasteurised probiotic yogurt if you are not dairy intolerant, if you are, try a lactose-free yoghurt or a coconut milk-based yoghurt.
  • Have a swig of apple cider vinegar before your main meal to enhance digestive enzymes.
  • Decrease the consumption of dietary fats as they may increase the risk of intestinal parasites.
  • Avoid raw or undercooked meat, unpasteurised milk and cheese, raw seafood and raw eggs.
  • Avoid gluten or yeast, corn, soy and eggs if you react to them.

Natural remedies for parasites

  • Anti-parasitic herbs including Pau D’arco, Wormwood, Dandelion, Rhubarb, Black Cumin, Oregon Grape, Bitter Orange, Cloves, Gentian, Neem, Golden Seal, Garlic, Thuja, Rhubarb, Black Walnut, Olive leaf, Echinacea, Agrimony, Pomegranate, Propolis, and Barberry, Stemona, Neem and Mimosa pudica. Your naturopath or medical herbalist can tailor make a parasitic infection using blended herbs in a capsule/tablet or liquid extract (tincture) specific to your needs.
  • Fibre supplement such as slippery elm or psyllium husks to increase bowel elimination and parasites through the faeces.
  • Hypochlorhydria (insufficient production of hydrochloric acid) as low digestive acids increase an acidic system which parasites thrive on. Other than increasing bitter foods in your diet you can take Betaine HCI and digestive enzymes, especially if you have other digestive complaints such as bloating, constipation, belching and abdominal pain.
  • Magnesium at high dose is a bowel cleanser and may help expel the worms and reduce the risk of them continuing to occupy the lower bowels.
  • Liver herbs such as Dandelion, Bupleurum, Schizandra, Gentian and Milk Thistle help to produce bile and kill of parasites as well as increasing detoxification and elimination.
  • Once the infection is eradicated, a naturopath will then “heal and seal” the ‘leaky gut’, by using herbs and nutrients to encourage the gut to grow its own healthy cells and make its own healthy bacteria. Examples include glutamine, zinc, vitamin B6, omega oils, alongside strain-specific probiotics to help re-establish healthy gut bacteria and microbiome and thereby improving ‘gut’ immunity to fight of the incubation of parasites.
  • Frozen cod liver oil capsules taken on an empty stomach with lots of water can effective. Freezing the capsules slows down the dissolving time allowing it to enter the small intestines when it releases the cod liver oil. This enables the oil to coat the parasites and worms like a blanket and suffocates them.
  • Lastly, another effective natural treatment for parasites is medicated clay such as Toxaprevent not only chelates heavy metals but is also useful in helping to eradicate parasites. Take away from meals and other supplements.

Lifestyle factors for parasites

  • Wear gloves when gardening in the soil and wash hands thoroughly afterwards before handling food, after gardening and after changing babies’ nappies etc.

A combination of the above mentioned natural treatment for parasites is truly effective.  Why not book an appointment and get rid of your pesky parasites inhabiting your body and enjoy optimal health once more!