Human Intestinal Parasites/Worms
A parasite is an organism that lives on or in other organisms from which it obtains nutrients to live and while doing so it causes harm in the process. Its name comes from the Greek word “para” that means beside, and “sitos”, which means food.
There can be over 100 different types of parasites living in human bodies. Some are microscopic small in size while others can be seen quite easily. These common organisms can be found everywhere in our environment, in the air we breath, in the water we drink, or in the food we eat.
The most important parasites which negatively affect people are (according Hulda Clark):
- Worms (e.g.: Roundworms, Tapeworms, Hookworms, Enterobius vermicularis,… )
- Flukes (e.g.: Flatworms like Intestine flukes, liver flukes, pancreatic flukes)
- Mildew (e.g.: Yeasts, Candita)
- Bacteria (e.g.: Nano bacteria)
Most parasites require some host to complete their life cycle. Animals can also serve as the host. The parasite will vary in size from one-thousandth of one micron to whale tapeworms one hundred feet long.
Human intestinal parasites/worms – infection from air, food or water – cause constipation, stomach bloating, dis ease and other health problems. Such as anemia, asthma, diarrhea, digestive disorders, fatigue, low immune system, nervousness, skin rash.
Most will not face this reality or even want to think about this subject and will continue in their suffering.
What to do about it – ASK GRANNY EARTH says, “Last week I mentioned a few herbs which are considered to be antiparasitic, or as traditional herbalists calls them; Anthelmintic or Vermifuges. While there are many herbs that aid in the expulsion of parasites, Sage, Wormwood and Black Walnut are some of the more traditional.
>> Raj Kumar: How to get rid of intestinal parasites
>> Hulda Clark: Cure for all Cancers
>> Keyword Research: parasites
>> Parasitin against parasites in blood