Infection: Symptoms and Treatment
According to the World Health Organization,
3.5 billion people suffer from some type of parasitic infection.
Not all of these people live in third world countries; many in
the developed world have any number of parasitic infections,
some of which are so highly contagious that extremely casual
contact with something that has been handled by an infected person
can infect another person.
Parasites: Essay and Darkfield Images
I am still organizing some of the information,
but let me make two bold statements right now. First, all patients
with cancer as well as those with AIDS had parasites in the blood,
some as many as a dozen different types of parasites. Second,
the body has such a remarkable way of dealing with challenges
that I am in total awe of what is often referred to as the body's
intelligence. The body isn't just intelligent, it's ingenious!
Walnut: Anti-parasitic Herb
Maude Grieve states that the unripe nut has "worm-destroying
virtues." Ergo, the idea that black walnut is an effective vermicide
did not originate with Hulda Clark or Hanna Kroeger or any of
the more controversial figures of the end of the 20th century.
It belongs to an ancient herbal tradition in which it was one
of the preferred herbs for round and tape worms.
Two bioengineering research professors at the
University of Washington have rediscovered wormwood as a promising
potential treatment for cancer among the ancient arts of Chinese
Good Ayurvedic preparations address several
issues simultaneously: the need to destroy the parasites, intestinal
peristalsis and flora, and blood and liver detoxification. The
cornerstone of all treatments is vidanga, Embelia ribes.
Since secretions from parasites affect pH balance,
it is necessary to rebalance body chemistry. Infection caused
by dead parasites requires conscientious immune boosting. Damage
to internal organs, such as the colon, may also require a year
or two to repair. Perforation of organs entails additional effort.
White blood cells are humble workers who, among
other functions, devour debris. When the body is effectively
fighting infection and/or cancer, there is die off that the white
blood cells have to eat.