Anti Parasite Tea Cleanse

Anti Parasite Tea tastes very pleasant and can help you get rid of parasites. It is not just another tea. It is a detox program. Before starting this or any other health program, please consult with your doctor or healthcare practitioner.

This tea cannot be used by pregnant or breastfeeding mothers, people with kidney problems, epilepsy, and those taking certain kinds of medications.

Description: Each of the herbs in this anti-parasite tea blend has been carefully selected to help boost the body’s ability to get rid of various parasites and worms.

With every purchase of Anti Parasite Tea, you get an ebook, written by Dr. Anastasia Halldin. The ebook explains the symptoms of worm infestation, provides directions for using the tea, and offers dietary suggestions and lifestyle changes for a parasite-free life.


The package contains 3 oz. of the tea.



The experience: 

Aroma: Herbs of the forest, combined with a hint of cloves.

Taste: Herbaceous with a hint of spice. This tea presents one tasty way to keep bugs and parasites at bay.

Health benefits: All of the herbs included in this blend have strong anti-parasitic properties.

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.


Caffeine content: zero

Disclaimer: Statements regarding herbs or dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.


All Certified Organic Ingredients:  Wormwood, Black Walnut Hull, Cloves

Directions: Combine three teaspoons of tea mixture with three cups of water in a pot. Boil, reduce the heat and cook for 15 minutes. Strain and drink. Drink 2-3 cups of this tea a day on an empty stomach during the cleanse period, which should take three weeks. To enhance your deworming experience, take 2-3 capsules of activated charcoal a day, while doing the anti-parasite cleanse.

Afterwards, take a break from deworming for a few months. It is best to deworm the body during the spring and the fall months.

The package contains 8 oz. of the tea.

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Weight 8 oz
8 oz Pouch

8 Oz Pouch


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