I never gave it much thought. Are the eggs big enough to see? My understanding is that pinworm eggs float in the air and we breath them in. There is no way to avoid this without wearing a mask. Apparently ascaris eggs are just about as common.
I once read where Hulda Clark left a cup of water sitting on the table over night. When she checked it the next day, she found an ascaris egg floating in it. Seems to me recontamination is inevitable, given the ubiquitous nature of parasites. Washing hands often and routine maintenance is my only plan for salvation... redemption.... liberation... whatevers-
That's very interesting reading about Hulda finding an ascaris egg floating in a glass of water... ugh! It seems impossible to avoid the eggs :( I'll be covering my water glasses from now on or drinking out of a bottle with a top on it.
By the way, when I did a series of colonic irrigation sessions... after one session ALOT of eggs were floating at the bottom of the toilet after I got up and did a final release into the toilet... it looked like about 100 eggs... I'll never forget it - and its a very hidious reminder that these critters will lay several hundred eggs at a time. You only need one to hatch for the whole horrible nightmare to start again :(
In some species, the females emit hormones preventing the eggs from hatching out until after she dies, so that she doesn't have to compete with her own offspring for food. On one hand this is good, because you don't have to worry about the colony growing very fast. On the other hand, when you are exterminating, if you do not get the eggs out, you could create a situation where you experience very rapid hatching of thousands of eggs. If you are infected with those kinds of parasites, it is very important to follow up the extermination program with a mop plan, and eliminate the hatchlings before they have time to start mating and laying eggs. These critters carve out little pockets in the intestines, deposit their eggs, and cap them over with a mucous covering that prevents them from being eliminated. The egg shells prevent anti-parasitical herbs from killing the larva before they hatch. This is why colonic irrigation is so important, to dislodge as many eggs as possible. And mopping up any larva hatching from eggs that did not get eliminated. If you are not prepared to follow up diligently with routine maintenance, you can exacerbate a parasite problem.
I know this was an older post.. but I think my current exaccerbation is from killing a monster ascaris a couple of weeks back... I've been dealing with a war since then... I got a huge ascaris out with a vinegar enema.. and following that..... I've had a huge flare up to say the least... I had no idea about her existence until I did a coffee enema and felt her thrashing around...
I would probably add the old fashioned kind of chlor ox that used to kill ring worm to my laundry in order to make sure all the eggs are cooked in clothing. They have reformulated chlor ox recently. But the old fashioned kind is still available. And I would make mixture of chlorox and water, and put on rubber gloves and use that to wipe down the things that won't fade from it. Put a few drops of oregano oil in some water and spray a cushion that is not very important to you. See if it damages the fabric. If not, spray that chit everywhere. Or order some citranella oil if you don't like the smell of oregano, and put a few drops of it in water. Spray all over the house to keep bugs out. You have to shake it up really good to disperse the oil with the water before spraying.
So sorry for your problems really! I have a similar problem but with pinworms besides candida...each time after I eat or at night they move thorugh chest and even head or foot. The night after I do enema (evening usually) is a nightmare because of new larvae hatching.
One idea for me was after the enema the first thing to put in my mouth to be 2-3 capsules of cloves and wormwood to prevent them hatching.
Now its too expensive for me and dont find a good one here in my country but when I did some colonics in UK the lady was putting a herb mixture in the water to help get rid off eggs and larva. there are some special mixtrure for colonic therapist. it hurts like h...but worth it. after five colonics I put back 7 kilos !!! in 2 months i've lost them again :( cause reinfection.
Other ideas I've read and you maybe know already: enzymes might help especially systemic ones (search CZ) Hcl supplementation...rotating meds..
for pinworms you are going the wrong direction
you need to be putting cloves of garlic up your butt
watch my You Tube WormGuru videos on what to do about pinworms
they are one of the easiest to deal with
but they are also the easiest to catch, so the quickest to come back
you cannot get to them where they are laying eggs by taking things orally
washing out is good, but you have to follow up by exterminating around the anal sphincter
rub a mixture of vermifuge essential oils on that little rosy red spot that itches
also, put some essential oil in capsules and insert
Hi Glaxony, I know this is an old thread but I just watched your youtube video on worms. I need help bad. I have a worm infection and am almost positive it's pinworms, they act just like it but after taking medicine for them I can feel them thrashing around in my feet and various parts of my body. You seem very knowledgeable any suggestions would be grateful. They have taken over my entire life to the point where I see no point in living some days.
Just found this message and hope you are feeling better. I would hook one end of a red LED to one foot and a black LED on to the other foot. Then I would hook the other ends of the LEDs to a D-cell battery and run electricity through my feet when they wriggle. Google blood cleansing herbs and see what comes up. How much bowel cleansing and kidney cleansing have you done? Clarkia is best in cases where Colloidal Silver doesn't make sense.