After a 10-day break, I now resume taking Intestinal Support, a parasite formula by eclectic Institute, which contains wormwood, Black-Walnut , sweet wormwood and clove. But I want to add Colloidal Silver and activated charcoal to the regimen. The former will kill parasites themselves as well as bacteria and viruses released from their dead bodies while the latter will absorb toxins released by parasites die off so that they will be carried out of the body with stool.
In my last parasite cleanse ended 10 days ago, I suffered intense vertigo as bacteria/viruses released from the dead parasites migrated to my inner ears and caused inflammation and hence vertigo. The vertigo was finally cured by using oregano oil.
I cannot take oregano oil for long because it caused me sore throat and slight fever. Besides, it will also kill indiscriminately both good and bad gut bacteria. So I want to switch to Colloidal Silver of which I am a first-time user. What is the effective daily dosage of colloidal silver for killing parasites, and bacteria and viruses that were released by their dead bodies so that vertigo will not happen again? Do I need to take the daily dosage in divided doses?
Was your parasite infestation diagnosed with a stool or blood sample prepared for microscopic examination with the use of concentration and tri-chrome staining? If not, now the h3ll do you know you have parasites?
I think its safe to assume that most of the population that hasnt done any treatment is carrying parasites.. The facts are out there! Personally,id rather actively do something to get rid of any disgusting, loathsome parasites that are most likely in my body than to ignore it and let them have free reign happily causing havoc to my insides. The thought grosses me out to the core and i want them out!
I suffered from chronic fatigue and was under-weight. My family doctor had me tested for parasites several times over the past few years. According to all these test reports, I did NOT have parasites.
However, after learning most people have parasites and having most of the parasite symptoms, I started my parasite cleansing regimen about three weeks ago I suffered running nose and vertigo and saw many rubber strings in my stool. On a closer look, I found they were worms! Is this a good enough proof? Are tri-chrome slides now still needed?
From this experience, I believe many parasite tests are wrong. Besides, they are more expensive than parasite cleansing herb formulae. Therefore, it is safer to assume we have parasites and simply do the parasite cleanse.
Many people, including myself, have had your same experience regarding lab tests for parasites. I don't think, personally, it matters terribly - though it is interesting - what kinds of parasites they are. Just so they are gone. It does help to know one isn't just seeing undigested food bits though - so the pictures can be quite helpful here on the CZ gallery, & elsewhere.
Here is what has helped me in case it can be of any help to you.
I did look at those "rubber strings" very carefully. After close examination and touching some of them without wearing a glove (of course, I washed my hands afterward), I am 100% sure they were worms, not undigested food. There were many of them and I suffered diarrhea too even though my diets were healthy. Perhaps this happened because after started at a low dosage and did not see any worms, I doubled the daily recommended maximum dosage and took it all in one dose on an empty stomach for five days in a row. This might be the reason why I suffered vertigo even though I also took Bentonite four hours later after each dose.
I am not a parasite expert. I do not know what types of parasites they were but they were about two to four inches long. I did not take any picture of them because I was not aware of the need to support what I said with pictures. Anyway, it was not a legal case. Besides, it would be very disgusting and messy to take pictures. What mattered most to me was being honest and having successfully eradicated many parasites.
BTW, Langhorne, who claimed has an extensive background in medical parasitology, had not answered my question regarding the effective dosage of Colloidal Silver for eradicating parasites, though, of couse, he had no obligation to do so. In my personal opinion, he has not been helpful.
I think the CS is helpful for the bacteria/viruses released from the parasites when they break up... I'm not sure that CS actually effects parasites directly. Maybe someone else has other info. I take CS regularly and have done so prior to my first parasite cleanse.
Now I am taking CS (1 tsp x 3 times daily on an empty stomach, which is 3 times the recommended dosage of the manufacturer) in my second round of parasite cleanse. It is taken in addition to Colon Support (a parasite cleansing formula.) I take CS to kill eggs of parasites and bacteria/viruses released by their die-off.
CS is recommended as part of the parasite cleansing program in the book titled Healing with Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford. It is very powerful and kills most bacteria/viruses/fungi. It will also kill the eggs of parasites but probably not parasites themselves. It will kill the eggs because the eggs have the same characteristics of the oxygen-metabolizing enzyme as the single celled bacterium. However, it will not kill pathogens in the large intestine as it cannot reach there unless large volume (200 ml) is consumed.
I am a new CS user. I would appreciate your advice on how to use it.
I have lots I could say about Colloidal Silver - both pro and con. I haven't answered because I received numerous messages ranging from "please don't express your views here" (I don't express "views", I relate supportable scientific and medical facts) to quite vulgar and threatening ramblings about being a "Big Pharma" shill, etc. I've surveyed this "open" forum, it's all the usual insults continually directed towards anyone with any scientific knowledge who challenges what's put forth here. People must keep electronic libraries of giant canned texts to dive-bomb interlopers with! Have you ever heard of the "Gish Gallop"? I thought I could perhaps contribute and make helpful comments based on 40+ years of experience in direct health care as both an RN and as a laboratory scientist. It seems I don't mix well with the alternate reality here. I've never experienced animosity like here on any other health related forum I've contributed to.
that responses that happen to be different than yours are "canned" from tomes of archived files
... frankly, that reeks of condescension, IMHO
...nor assume that all posters here are less educated/experienced than you are in allopathic medicine (just because we refuse to drink the same kool-aid that you do), in all due respect.
something is very VERY wrong in main stream medicine, I believe the popularity of alternative medicine is living proof. If you can not or refuse to see this, then you might be more delusional than the rest of us poor souls on this forum.
just because your opinion is different doesn't necessarily mean that its unwelcomed, so long as it is presented in a respectful tone and of course keeping in mind that its no more valid that the next user's opinion.
You are correct that on some forums, dissenting voices are met with less than enthusiasm and occasionally outright hostility. But somebody has to be the voice of reason and at times even simply play devils advocate. Its not what we say sometimes, so much as HOW we say it.
Please, stick around and continue to contribute as long as you feel comfortable.
I think that people have had it with doctors, nurses and scientists. Try using one of those if you have Morgellons, it will get you nowhere except an appointment with a shrink. We need to hear from people with real experience using the alternative therapies. The days of the good old country doctors are gone. They used to be able to diagnose an infection by the smell of the wound. Nowadays, it is all labs and pharmaceuticals. I have several kids who are in the medical field and a spouse who worked for pharmaceutical companies his entire career. I know about mainstream medicine. As far as I am concerned it is mostly good only for trauma cases.
Oh yes. Trauma.
Have a gunshot wound?
Things have come a long way.
I know. I had one.
Have worms bugging you?
We're back in the dark ages about parasites in the U.S.
Maybe even worse.
I know. I have some.
I wonder how many doctors read here?
Knock knock. Anybody there?