10 Warning Signs The Body Is Full Of Parasites And 7 Foods That Can Help Kill Them
One-third of Americans have parasites.
Yup, this may include you. Sounds shocking, but parasites are actually pretty common. There are countless kinds of parasites. Some even consider candida to be a parasite.
The side-effects are never pleasant. If you have parasites, the best is to get the root of the problem ASAP and regain your health through natural methods you will learn soon.
First, let’s check if you have parasites.
Top 10 Signs You May Have Parasites
- Unexplained constipation, diarrhea, gas, or IBS symptoms
- You’ve traveled internationally and had traveler’s diarrhea
- You have a history of food poisoning and still have digestive issues
- You have difficulty falling asleep and you are often awake during the night
- You grind your teeth
- 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
So what if you suspect that you have parasites.
Don’t worry, there are some powerful herbs and foods that can help you get rid of them for good.
The best is to work with a naturopathic doctor that can connect you to a parasitology lab for accurate testing then help you through a parasite cleanse.
7 Herbs And Foods That Can Kill Internal Parasites Naturally
Garlic can fight viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. It has a number of awesome superpowers. It can even keep mosquitoes away.
How to use it? Add it to your cooked dishes, salads and even your green juices.
2. Black Walnut Nuts & Hull
The nuts and green hulls of black walnut (Juglans nigra) can cleanse your blood and your intestines. Black walnut hull can help with fungal infections. The juice from the green hulls can kill parasites. Make sure to only use green hulls.
How to use it? The best is to get a tincture from a health food store or herbalist.
Wormwood has healing leaves and flowers that are both powerful for your stomach problems, parasites, bacteria and infections.
How to use it? You can find it in many herbal intestinal products, but you can also make wormwood tea. Just add 0.5 – 1 tsp to hot water.
Clove is an antibacterial, antiviral, antimicrobial and antifungal. Clove essential oil can dissolve parasite eggs.
How to use it? Cloves are used to flavor many dishes and baked goods, such as relishes, pickles, pies, teas and cider.
Thyme oil can eliminate the growth of many parasites and can even kill them.
How to use it? You can use thyme in practically any dish fresh or dry along with other spices like marjoram, rosemary, oregano and other spices.
6. Oregano Oil
Oregano oil is one of the best natural medicines against all kinds of ailments, including parasites. It is infused with extremely high levels of free radical-crushing antioxidants. It is antiparasitic, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal.
How to use it? You can use oregano oil as a tincture, tea, or as an essential oil.
7. Chinese Goldthread
Goldthread is a bacterial, parasitic, yeast and protozoan herb and ancient Chinese medicine.
How to use it? You can easily make tea out of it.
Using these herbs can help you to get rid of parasites, remedy your body and regain balance naturally. Remember, it is the best to talk to a doctor and naturopathic doctor for guidance.
Have you ever had and successfully eliminated parasites from your body? Share your experiences, we would love to hear your stories and tips.
And remember, we’re in this together.
Kat Gál is a professional holistic health writer who helps health, wellness and nutrition businesses to market their products and services through quality online content. She is also a Certified Holistic Health & Life Coach. Kat is a multi-passionate writer, world traveler, nomad, runner, and cat-person. She is a lifelong learner who lives outside of her comfort zones stretching her boundaries and discovering beauty around the world. Reach out if you are looking for amazing blog content at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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