You have Parasites. It’s a given.  Do you eat unwashed raw food? Do you cuddle with your pet or other animals? Do you sometimes skip washing your hands after a toilet break? These are all possible ways to contract parasites. It’s not hard and most of the time we live with them in harmony – they are a part of life. But what if they get out of hand and wreak havoc on your system?

Some of the symptoms you have when parasites are raging war in your body are…

Digestive issues such as:
Constipation and/or diarrhea, gas and bloating, irritable bowel syndrome, loss of appetite, bad taste in the mouth, vomiting (may return several times a year), sugar craving , weight gain OR may have trouble gaining weight, children especially and long-term presence may contribute to the development of food allergies
Physical symptoms such as :

painful menstruation, joint and muscle aches, skin conditions – mostly irritation/itching at nose, ears, eyes, anus – but also potentially rashes, hives, eczema. Also anemia, teeth grinding, headaches, runny nose, blisters on lower lip inside mouth, tumors, acne, sudden fever, dark areas under eyes, allergies and recurring yeast/candida infections
As well as other symptoms such as:
nervousness, sleep disorders, hyperactivity, anxiety, chronic fatigue, fuzzy thinking;

Pfew that’s quite a long list!

What is a Parasite exactly?

“A parasite is a tiny organism that lives on or in another host organism and is fed at the expense of its host. In other words the parasites that live inside us use up our vitamins, proteins and all other nutrients. Not only do they do this, they also do their “business” inside us releasing their toxic bacteria and viruses inside us.” – Dr. Hulda Clark. While they are often fond of the colon, this is not the only place parasites can be found. Any part of your body is vulnerable to infestation: the lungs, liver, esophagus, brain, blood, muscles, joints, skin…and even your eyes.


What can we do about Parasite infestations?

First you need to weaken them by starving them of their favorite food – refined sugars found in bread, pasta, white rice, chips, cookies, sweets and sweet drinks.
Detox is a phenomenal way to kill these little critters.
While you are fasting or eating healthy, light natural wholefoods the parasites get weakened.
Especially beneficial foods against them are pumpkin seeds, raw garlic, pineapples, papaya seeds and dried figs.
While you are weakening them with food (or lack thereof) killing off the adult specimen as well as the eggs and larvae is important. This is done with special herbs that kill these creatures at different stages.
Also Garlic Colonics are very effective for the removal of these unwanted residents.

It is quite an involved process and can get quite unpleasant when the parasites start to die off as they release toxic gases that can give us all sorts of symptoms such as headaches, nausea, diarrhea, cramps even fever can occur.
It is an important part of detoxing and the benefits are huge!

If you are eating healthy, exercising well, laughing, loving and taking care of yourself but still feel like something is “off” or you are not as healthy as you feel you should be – it’s time to do a parasite cleanse.