Parasites are organisms that thrive in another organism, called a host. They depend on the host for survival, as they need to live within the host in order to live, grow, and multiply.
While parasites rarely kill the host, this is possible in some cases. Parasites benefit from the host in terms of utilizing its energy to gain strength, which in turn causes the host to lose some of their strength. There are over 1,000 species of parasite capable of living within/on humans, which makes them an amazingly varied group of organisms. Some of the most common human parasites include acanthamoeba, babesiosis, balantidiasis, leishmaniasis, giardia, rhinosporidiosis, trichomoniasis, isosporiasis, and many more.
Top 10 Signs You May Have A Parasite:
- Fatigue, exhaustion, apathy or depression
- Aching muscles and joints
- Iron-deficiency anemia
- You never feel full after having a meal
- Grinding teeth while sleeping
- Skin irritations, hives, rosacea, eczema or rashes for unexplained reason
- Difficulty falling asleep and waking up during the night
- Diarrhea, gas, constipation, or IBS symptoms
- History of food poisoning or dealing with digestive issues
- Traveler`s diarrhea while traveling internationally
Although more rarely, symptoms like weight loss, increased appetite, achy v*gina, and abdominal pain are also possible.
Herbs And Foods That Can Kill Internal Parasites Naturally
Garlic has been found to fight off viruses, fungi, parasites, bacteria, and even cancer. It is very potent against blood sucking parasites like fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes.
Use: You can add it to literally any cooked dish, even to green juice.
-Black Walnut Nuts & Hull
The nuts and hulls of black walnut have the ability to detoxify both the blood and the intestines. The hull is extremely effective in combating fungal infections, too. The juice made from green hulls is the one used to kill parasites, so make sure you use GREEN hulls for this purpose.
Use: You can purchase black walnut nuts and hull as a tincture and use it as explained on the package.
Both leaves and flowers of wormwood are beneficial for stomach issues and wormwood is the ideal remedy for intestinal worms. It acts as antimicrobial agent as well, which makes it useful for other infections, too.
Use: Apart from being found in most internal cleansing products, wormwood can be also made into tea.
Clove is antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, and antiviral agent, so it can be extremely powerful. Clove essential oil dissolves the eggs left behind by worms, killing almost all parasite eggs in the intestines. It is especially potent when combined with black walnut and wormwood.
Use: You can use it to flavor teas, cider, relishes, pies, pickles, Indian dishes, and many other dishes and baked goods.
Thyme has the ability to stimulate the major gland for the immune system called thymus. Thyme oil stimulates body`s natural defenses, prevents the parasites from growing, and it kills them in the intestinal tract.
Use: This herb can be added to any dish, along with spices with oregano, rosemary, and marjoram. It can be used either fresh or dry.
DE absorbs viruses, toxins, pesticide residues, drug residues, E. coli, and methyl mercury. It has the ability to kill intestinal parasites, destroy viruses, absorb any toxins, and balance the intestinal flora. It is often used for intestinal cleanses, and for a very good reason.
Use: Start with taking 0.5 teaspoon, slowly working your way up to 2 tablespoons with 4 ounces of water. Take it on an empty stomach and drink plenty of water during the day.
Oregano oil is diffused with high levels of antioxidants, plus it acts as antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, and antiparasitic agent. It is definitely one of the best herbs you can use against all kinds of problems, and parasites are not an exception.
Use: It can be found in cleansing products, in the form of tea, tincture, or as an essential oil.
This herb holds special place Chinese medicine and is widely used for helping many types of infections, including parasitic, protozoan, yeast, and bacterial. Berberine, its active ingredient, is responsible for its powerful antimicrobial properties.
Use: It is typically used in the form of tea. You can make your own tea or look for teas containing it as ingredient.