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Pumpkin seeds is often used in treating intestinal worms. The seeds produce cucurbitins that paralyze worms and prevents them from holding onto the intestinal walls.
Garlic has sulfur-containing amino acids that are anti-parasitic in nature. The antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic properties in garlic help to kill microbes in the body.
Oregano oil may benefit gut health by killing gut parasites and protecting against leaky gut syndrome.
Black walnut is a laxative, it expels parasites as part of its cleansing of the body elimination of dead microbes, and the high tannin and juglone content is thought to oxygenate the blood and kill parasites.
Oregano is a strong anti-parasitic, natural antibiotic, and antifungal and is extremely effective at eliminating parasites in humans.
Neem is nature’s perfect blood purifier. It eliminates 220 parasites (pin worms, round worms, ring worm, to name a few) by disrupting their reproductive cycle. The same thing is true with fungi that show up on your toe nails.
Thyme oil is also a vermifuge, so it kills intestinal worms such as, round worms, tape worms, hook worms and maggots that grow in open sores.
Artemisia annua, and sweet wormwood herbs with properties that kill parasites. This powerful extract has also been shown to inhibit one of the most deadly malaria parasites, Plasmodium falciparumSo using this to kill parasites and reduce inflammation in the gut can be very beneficial.
Cloves contain one of the most powerful anti-microbial agents in the herbal kingdom, known as eugenol. This compound impacts bad microbes in the gut but also get out into circulation and kill parasites and their larvae and eggs. Clove is also very strong against H Pylori.
Slippery elm was reputed to expel tapeworms literally causing the parasite to slide out of the digestive tract.
Fennel may kill worms in the intestines and is also a natural treatment for diarrhea. A diuretic and flush excess liquid from the body, which includes toxins like parasites or worms.
Oregon grape root and other herbs that contain berberine have been used to protect against bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoans, helminthes (worms), and chlamydia. Conditions treated by Oregon grape root include bacterial diarrhea, intestinal parasites,
Wheat germ agglutinin a naturally occurring lectin widely consumed in normal human diets, reversibly inhibits the growth of G. lamblia reduces infection
Not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. For educational purposes only. Consult your healthcare provider before taking nutritional supplements.