Parasites are not easy to spot. Some are invisible and only the symptoms that accompany their presence in the body can put doctors on the path. Here is a list of symptoms that can be caused by parasitic infections:
- Constant yeast infections such as Candida
- Loss of appetite
- Constant fatigue
- Mood, depression, agitation, suicidal thoughts, anxiety and irritability
- Bleeding gums
- Constant desire for sugar and processed foods
- Sensitivity and food allergies
- Iron deficiency or anemia
- Skin problems such as acne, lesions, hives, rashes, wounds, ulcer, atopic dermatitis, oozing eczema, and others
- Nervousness and agitation
- Respiratory problems
- Wake during sleep and cringe
- Memory problem
- Menstrual problem for women
- Functional dysfunction for men
- Stiff and painful joints
- Itching all over the body, especially around the nose, mouth and anus
- Constant digestive problems
Here’s how to get rid of all these problems in a natural way:
Garlic is known to be a powerful natural antibiotic. It kills more than sixty types of fungi and twenty types of bacteria. And even some viruses. Allicin and ajoene contained in garlic have been recognized by many studies as being antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic and antiviral. They are effective against different types of parasites: hookworms, pinworms and unicellular varieties. To enjoy the virtues of garlic , it is necessary to chop it or take it in the form of oil.
The clove is a tree whose flower buds have germicidal properties. Caryophyllene, which is also found in rosemary and hops, is a natural compound responsible for the antimicrobial properties of cloves.
Cloves are excellent for fighting against malaria, cholera, scabies, tuberculosis, all parasites or fungi and all types of streptococci, staphylococci and shigellae.
Ginger root stimulates blood circulation and helps digestion. It is also beneficial for treating nausea and gas. Its role in improving acid production of the stomach helps kill parasites and prevent infections. Several studies have confirmed the effectiveness of ginger against parasites.
Fresh ginger is the best way to get rid of mucus. Its powder version can help you with all digestive problems.
Cucurbitacin in pumpkin seeds has potent antiparasitic properties according to this study . In fact, it paralyzes the worms so that they fall from the intestinal wall.
In fact, these seeds have been and are still used today in Chinese medicine to treat tapeworm infestations. Grind half a cup of these seeds and add this powder to any salad or smoothie of your choice.
In addition to eliminating parasites by using these plants, it is also very important that you consume probiotics like kefir, natural yoghurt and sauerkraut. You will need good bacteria to fight against pests.
This miracle multi-purpose spice is also anti- parasitic , anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory. For better absorption, you should mix the turmeric with a pinch of pepper and coconut oil.
This pepper has powerful antifungal properties. It can quickly kill mold, fungi and parasites while stimulating your health and blood circulation. Cayenne pepper with ginger and sprouted pumpkin seeds is a miracle cure for intestinal bugs.
Herbal therapy should always be associated with good sleep and activities that promote relaxation and increase energy. See a doctor if you think you have a parasite.
Turmeric: It is inadvisable to consume turmeric in case of pregnancy or stomach ulcer and in case of taking a drug treatment such as blood diseases. Turmeric is a natural anticoagulant, so it could increase the risk of bleeding.
Garlic: It is strictly forbidden to consume garlic before surgery because of its anticoagulant effect which can induce hemorrhage, likewise when one suffers from blood disease. This food is also not recommended for lactating women because its taste can alter breast milk.
Cayenne pepper: Capsaicin in Cayenne pepper can cause hemorrhagic complications in people who take blood thinners. And it is not recommended for pregnant women because of its stimulating properties and breastfeeding women.
If you suffer from hemorrhoids, avoid consuming cayenne pepper.
Clove: It is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women or children under 12 years. It can cause gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, vomiting and nausea if consumed in high doses.