I just started Hulda Clark 's COQ10 parasite cleanse 'mop up program' and got 3 worms out this morning. Very creepy feeling. I'm doing the 8 capsules for 1 day, then 1 a day, then in 5 days do another 8. 400mg capsules
I've tried the wormwood, cloves, Black Walnut oil and it did not work for me. I've also tried ozone capsules, which did work for me many years ago. But this one is spot-on!
I wish I knew. By the time they got to the lab, they were too degraded. Now I'm not sure what to do. I didn't know there were so many different variations of worms. My vet said they used to use CO Q 10 on dogs and cats years ago. It would get rid of some of the worm, but not the head. I'm not sure if I should try one thing at a time or what. I wonder if there is there any way to post a picture here to see if anyone might know.
I can't seem to find the L-cystine by itself in any of the health food stores around here. I take NAC, but not sure that will do it. Where did toy find the L-cystine? Thanks!
I got Ubiquinol, which is coq10 in 500 mg doses, and open up six capfuls. I think it is helping because I have been really exhausted again, and actually passed what look like worms.
Also, do I have to get rid of the cats? I haven't tried deworming them, but my outside cat likes to feast on geckos regularly.
I may just be self diagnosing but I think that I might have Ascaris I am positive that two months ago I had liver flukes.
I started taking Ubiquinol which is 500 MHD of CoQ10 per capfuls. I open six of those and take those. I have had night sweats after doing this, and the fatigue is back, big time. I use a brand called Pure encapsulations, but I get them from a friend, who gets them from his chiro, so I don't know how to get them. The dose I read on here is 3,000 mgs of coq10, followed by ozonated olive oil ( I haven't done this yet) and NAC. I also eat raw onions and raiw pumpkin seeds, which the bugs don't seem to like. This is all guesswork on my part, just doing what I learned on here. I do know that liquid coq10 is much better absorbed, so if looking for a brand, keep this in mind.