The Importance of Regularly Deworming


Parasites are all around us. They can live in the intestines for years without causing symptoms. When they do, symptoms include the following:

Abdominal pain
Diarrhea
Nausea or vomiting
Gas or bloating
Loose stools
Rash or itching around the rectum or vulva
Stomach pain or tenderness
Feeling tired
Weight loss
Passing a worm in your stool
Skin rashes

While some external factors, like practicing good hygiene, can help with intestinal parasites, it is still very important to regularly cleanse the body from them. Anti Parasite Tea can help with that.

Herbal combination of cloves, warmwood, and black walnut hulls has been proven for centuries to fight intestinal parasites. Anti Parasite Tea is based on an ancient century proven recipe that our ancestors used to get rid of parasites.
Wormwood contains an active compound called sesquiterpene lactone, which is thought to weaken the membranes of simple organisms. These organisms include some species of bacteria, such as Helicobacter pylori, the root cause of stomach ulcers. Wormwood also may anesthetize intestinal parasites, causing them to loosen their grip so that they can be eliminated with bowel movements. A study from 2015 concluded that wormwood outperformed the standard treatment drug for flatworms. The chemical compounds in wormwood have also been studied for their effect on protozoan trypanosomes.

Black walnut hull creates a toxic environment for many microbes without causing harm to the host. Black walnut derives its antimicrobial powers from the active compound juglone that is highly concentrated in the outer hull. Juglone stunts the growth of organisms trying to invade the body. Studies show that juglone helps in triggering the death of Acanthamoeba and the protozoan Toxoplasma gondii.

Clove buds have been a medicinal staple for hundreds of years, most notably for their antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. The active compound believed to be responsible for these health benefits is eugenol. Eugenol is thought to dissolve the hard casing around parasite eggs. Studies have shown the effectiveness of eugenol against the intestinal protozoans Blastocystis and Giardia, as well as the blood fluke Schistosoma.

While each herb alone has great antiparasitic properties, using the three herbs together provides more benefits. Cloves can be effective at killing parasite eggs, while wormwood and black walnut hull attack the larval and the adult stages of parasites.

Anti Parasite Tea contains the perfect combination of all three of these powerful herbs.

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