I have tried anything an everything for my intestinal parasites, from herbal cleansing to 3 different doctor prescribed drugs. The stool tests from a travel medicine infectious disease specialist say I dont have parasites, despite that I am very clearly excreting several of them in every bowel movement. The only thing left for me to do at this point is try an extended water fast. I have done The Master Cleanse for 10 days before, I think I am willing to try a few weeks of nothing but water. I figure they will starve to death before I will. Has anyone else had experience with complete fasting killing their otherwise invincible parasites? Does anyone else have any suggestions? I am at the end of my rope here.
I hear your frustration! I don't believe fasting alone will kill parasites... It may eliminate some, but I think they are designed to outlast us. I used to wonder how worms got in a casket... then I learned that we take them in with us!
You should take parasite killing herbs when fasting or not. Lots of good things can happen to the body on a fast. I am convinced that juice fasting is a healthy fast. In my opinion, water fasts release toxins to quickly and make it difficult for the body to handle If its done at all it's probably better left to the end of the fast. I really haven't made up my mind about the MC.
It takes a while to get rid of worms, a good diet that kills them and makes an unwelcome envirement for them, and consistant herbs or protocols that kill them.
a lot of people have success with Humaworm, ZymexII. Be sure to follow the directions that come with the protocol.
I tried water fasting in desparation a few years ago. did it for 2 weeks and it didn't make any difference at all, unfortunately. some authors say parasites can't be starved and I believed it after this. the only thing that happened was I got weaker.
Please DO NOT fast! They won't starve they will just feast on you, keep multiplying and make it even harder to fight them... Just keep trying... I've had a whole "host" of problems myself and am still trying to figure out the nature of the beast(s). And like many of the folks here I'm playing a guessing game as to exactly which kinds of parasites I have.
Eat what they can't tolerate. Pumpkin seeds, lime, coconut, pineapple(fresh not sugared from a can). NO Sugar at all! I've noticed that when I cheat with something sweet, a short while later I'm itching like mad... Terramin clay... oils: clove cinnamon, myrrh, peppermint, black cumin(Nigella not the cooking kind). I've been experimenting with putting some on the bottom of my feet at night on a homemade patch that absorbs throughout the body.
A Zapper shook some nasties loose and I use it for most of the day and night. Here's what I found the next day after starting the Zap:
They show up in watery or loose stools and float to the top of the water if they can get loose from the poo. They are very common, but unless you know what you're looking for, they would be missed. I wish I knew the life cycle. They are common to people who have cancer. Having them doesn't mean the person has cancer, just that frequently people with cancer have them.
please try healing clay internally. You can use bentonite, montmorillinite or similar. The clay physically shreds the parasites, cleans the gut, and also gets rid of candida. Add a teaspoon of clay to a glass of water and let it sit for some time until the clay is hydrated. I would take it twice a day, and plenty of fluids.
You can keep up the herbs, as you need at least a month if not longer to kill all stages of the bugs. Homeopathic Cina (try a 100x potency) is also good for worms.
Just 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon every night before bed. You will see excellent results after a few weeks and especially after a month. It really works. I think it suffocates them or something. It kills them.
I think I finally get it... these 'cotton balls' are just a 'stage' the one of the 20,000 species of Ascaris lumbricoides... if you study the website I mentioned
in my other note it explains it. Paarasite Primer by Omega Labs.