I'm 55 and am getting liver spots, sometimes called aging spots. I see them big time on older men, 70-80 years old, on their hands, as where mine are. Also I have very dry skin. Could all this be caused by parasites? Will the HumaWorm cure this?
I've read about people using lemon juice and coconut oil to fade liver spots, but they are just a part of getting older, as far as I know, especially if you have spent a great deal of time in the sun when you were younger. Sun damage from your youth starts showing up after 40, and there really is no way to reverse it. It's cumulative sun damage from 40 years of your life.
Even if you never sunbathed, which is highly unlikely, you will get some age spots. It's just part of your body getting older.
Humaworm is great for parasites, but doesn't care liver spots. They do have a cream you can use, but I've never seen anyone at their forum say it cured liver spots.
Sorry you're so upset about a natural part of aging. We all get there, if we're lucky enough to live this long.
My husband and I are 50 and 48. We both have had an increased number of liver spots. However they do disappear with cleansing. We both had at least 50% more before we changed our diet and began cleansing our bowel, liver and killing parasites. We were both heavily infested with parasites.
My skin is so fantastic now. We eat an %80 fruit and veg diet.
I am under the impression the liver spots are caused from a liver that is overloaded. I may be wrong but this has been our experience. Clean and nourish your body and you will find many things improve.
Hulda Clark wrote that liver spots were fluke spots. I did some research and found that the immature forms of Fasciolopsis buski produce a brown pigment in snails, the normal intermediate hosts. When humans have immature F. buski (ad other flukes) the larva migrate and seem to produce the brown pigment where they infect the skin. Humans can become infested with a wide variety of flukes and one person may have several different types. This may be why I see slightly different looking liver spots on my skin.
One expert on the Liver Flush Forum (Telman, an electronic engineer) modified a Clark or Rife Zapper then put the output on several liver spots and they completely disappeared. He also though that there was a virus present. When I take parasite herbs the large liver spots on my body become colorless and the pigment returns after stopping the herbs. Years ago I used green Black-Walnut tincture on the back of my left hand for about a month. Now I have fewer liver spots on that hand than on the other hand.
I raised a few questions on liver flushing and Mendomaid kindly reminded me as he does mainy others that parasite flushing first is quite essential.I replied that i had no reason to believe i had parasites, especially as my ND did a parasite stool test on me two years ago.
True to form mendomaid casually mentioned that "liver/age spots are a symptom of liver flukes....
OK so how could mendomaid know my face was covered in Liver spots.......a plague I have suffered from for the last 15 yrs...
So I started a course of parasite cleanse, and the die off has been horrendous. Haven't seen a whole liver fluke but lots of curled up tomato skins, some cysts, and "things" I could not bear to examine in detail.....
My last Liver Flush produced free flowing bile for the first time in 10!
I suppose i am going to have to invest in a Zapper now to try to improve my complexion.
Anyway, my thanks to both mendo maid and Lorilady for their continued patience with us sceptics......