I get this question a lot - What does HUMAWORM remove? This is not ALL of them, but this will give you a pretty good idea of what HUMAWORM removes:
Ringworm, tapeworms, pinworms, candida albicans (yeast infections) and and plasmodia (which is the malaria causing parasite), roundworms including ascaris , hookworms, whipworms, flukes including the blood fluke the anisakid worm and microscopic parasites and all parastitic larvae and eggs.
All microscopic protoza (including blastohominis cystitus) , tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis), cholera, scabies, viruses, bacteria and fungi including, pseudomonas aeruginosa, all species of shigella, staph (Staphylococcus aureas) and strep (Streptococcus), bacteria (such as fungal infections ie: yeast infections) threadworms and skin parasites (including scabies).
Cryptococcus neoformans, Aspergillus, Saprolegnia, and Zygorhynchus species. Salmonella typhimurium, and other bacterial species (including sixty + types of fungi and twenty + types of bacteria, including some of the most potent viruses known to man), B. subtilis, P. mirabilis, Salmonella typhi, methicillin-resistant Staph aureus, Staph faecalis, salmonella enteritidis, and V. cholerae , Escherichia, Proteus, Providencia, Citrobacter, Klebsiella, Hafnia, Aeromonas, Vibrio and Bacillus genera, Microsporum, Epidermophyton, Trichophyton, Rhodotorula, Torulopsis, Trichosporon, Cryptococcus neoformans, Entamoeba histolytica and Paramecium caudatum, the herpes simplex virus, and viral infections.
Also cystitis, prostatitis, gonorrhea, and syphilis, cholera, giardia, salmonella, and Eschorichia Coli.
Have you ever heard of a parasite called boriella? I was dowsed out by
a dowser who devised his own system of healing with numbers (or frequencies
represented by numerical sequences) and he told me I had a parasite by
that name. I had never heard of it. I apparently keep on getting attacks
over and over by the same parasite. A chiropractor I have gone to (he has
gone way beyond the field of chiropractic in his healing practice) confirmed
the same (he can remotely view his patients; he was born with an extraordinary
gift). he told me I had a bacterial infection earlier in May and now.
I had a bad bout this in May with some of the worst abdominal pain I've
ever had, after having done a liver flush (my 4th) and last Monday, I made
the mistake of taking coconut oil and kefir together--I did not know this
was not a good food combination--after a dinner of salad and steamed green
beans--and ever since then I've had a low-grade fever and very painful lower
left abdominal area. The pain is always in that very same spot. This time
it was followed by constipation so bad it was like pooping pieces of
plastic (please excuse the graphic description). I began to think I had
diverticulitis, on account of the fever. When I had a colonoscopy in '99
(I was advised to have one on account of my mother's colon tumor, which
was malignant), the doctor did not see any diverticulitis.
It is important to note here that my stools just prior to this latest bout
had been loose to the point of diarrhea and also just following. I just
finished a 30-day juice fast on July 30th and after, I ate nothing but fruit
for a week, and then started having raw salads as well as fruit smoothies
and fruit for the next 2 weeks, and then began eating a 1/2 cup of
brown rice or a 1/2 cup of oatmeal with cinnamon and cardamom and
ground flax seeds plus coconut oil and rice milk, as well as the fruit
(but at different times of the day) and salads or cooked greens or
steamed green beans other times of the day. I do not know how I can have
parasites when I used a dewormer every day for a month or more (last
fall/winter) and have done 4 liver flushes since last summer, used
Oxypowder prior to a short juice fast in spring, and then the 30-day
fast preceded by Oxypowder, and used oregano oil. I guess I'm just
fated to be worm-infested. I have the cleanest diet of anyone I know
and basically my whole life revolves around eating healthy and healthy
living, and has for years (my first fast was at age 27; I will turn
57 tomorrow!). I do not know anyone else except one friend who has
Crohn's disease, who has the gut-related issues I have. No one else in
my life, either family or friend or co-worker, works as hard or spends
as much money on the best food, herbs and nutritional supplements as I
do. Any advice you can offer would be appreciated.
Hi, how does the spice and herb formula remove the tapeworm, what about hydatid tapeworm that lays 100,000 to 1,000,000 eggs a day. How do the spices and herbs get the teeth of this very common tapeworm out of the humans tissues, lungs, spine, brain, muscles, organs intestines etc? From what I read on hydatid tapeworm infectious disease websites about the tapeworm head,scoliosis and segments, the head is very stubborn to remove and daughters are hard to kill. Praziquantel paralyzes the tapeworms muscular structure so the head, scoliosis looses its grip, teeth hooks on the human and dies of muscular paralysis. exactly how do the herbs and spices loosen the teeth and hooks of the tapeworms head and kill it so the body can eliminate it via waste or T- cell. do the herbs penetrate the progletid, tapeworm egg sac segments and kill the eggs, the hydatid sand, E.granulosus, egg sac cysts, and larvae? How, by what mechanism? alkaloids of the herbs and spices? By what mechanism is the tapeworm head unhooked?
Thank you for your exerperience in eliminating parasites.
Hello - Herbs contain chemical components that affect our bodies and parasites in different ways. For example - modern day aspirin evolved from the bark of the willow tree. The colonists saw the native Americans chewing the bark for pain relief - the chemical component was salicin - which was eventually isolated and mass produced by the Bayer Pharmacutical Company - hence our Bayer Aspirin.
Here are the chemical components of the 10 parasite killing herbs in HUMAWORM - keep in mind that there are other herbs in the plant kingdom that also kill parasites, but are not included in our formula because sometimes 2 different herbs will do the same job. An herbal blend will work in different ways to rid the body of parasites - all the chemicals work DIFFERENTLY but TOGETHER. Some kill, some paralyze, some stun - some attack the parasite from the outside, others work from the inside. For a more detailed list of what each herb does read here: http://www.humaworm.com/formula.html
Balck walnut contains tannin (which is organic iodine), juglandin, juglone and juglandic acids and it also oxygenates the blood - tapeworms absorb this and it makes them very ill so they will let go and be expelled
Wormwood contains the toxins thujone and isothujone and santonin - it also contains sesquiterpene which acts like peroxide by weakening the parasites membranes, therefore killing them.
Cloves contain eugenol, caryophyllene, and tannins which are powerful anti-microbial properties – these components are what actually travel in the bloodstream killing microscopic parasites and all parastitic larvae and eggs. Eugonal is the most powerful antimicrobal agents known. Eugonal kills all microscopic protoza.
Thyme contains thymol, carvacrol and flavonoids which are effective in killing bacteria (such as fungal infections ie: yeast infections) and are especially effective in killing hookworms, roundworms, threadworms and skin parasites. As an antibiotic, thymol is 25 times more effective than phenol, but much less toxic.
Garlic - Allicin and Ajoene, are the components in Garlic that kill parasites including the one-cell varaties as well as pinworms and hookworms. Garlic has antimicrobial activities (including antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antiprotozoal, and antiparasitic)
Fennel contains alpha-pinene, cresol, beta-carotene, amino and other acids, choline, and various vitamins and minerals - it is very anti-fungal and works very well against candida.
Cayenne contains the phenolic compound capsaicin that is almost the same as eugenol (in cloves) and it also has many vitamins and mineral AND the alkaloid bitter zeaxanthin. Cayenne is best as a catalyst - it helps the other herbs be more efficent.
Ginger contains gingerol (zingiberone, bisabolene, camphne, geranial, linalool and borneol)- these help remove roundworms AND blood flukes.
Gentain contains bitters that some folks (herbalists) believe are STRONGER than quinine.
Hyssop - Interesting fact: the mold from which penicillin is made grows on Hyssop leaves. Hyssop contains tannin, acids and choline.
Hello - Borrelia Burgdorfori is a spirochete type of bacterica that causes Lyme Disease. There is no one medical test to diagnose Lyme Disease and it's harder to diagnose after it's been in your body for a few weeks. It causes a rash first, then fatigue and achy joints that can last for years.
A parasite cleanse must be done every six months to remain parasite free. The Oxypowder is good becuase it oxygenates the blood (which is the same thing Black Walnut does naturally) and parasites don't like too much oxygen. The oregano is good too because they don't like that either, but neither alone is enough to remove all parasite infections.
thanks for responding to my message! A spirochete is exactly what I was told
Borellia is. You say it causes Lyme disease. Isn't that from ticks in
deer and which you can get by walking in an area that has been infested
with it? I thought that area was in the NE of the U.S., but perhaps it is
more widespread now? I picture the profile of someone becoming infected
by such a thing as taking long walks in a country sort of setting. Ha! Wish
I had the luxury of time to do such things. Or perhaps it's in the chem trail
cocktails which affect anyone who chances to be outside at any time of day
when they are laying them down. Can you catch Lyme from someone who is
infected? Interesting you mention there is a rash. I developed a rash on
my inner thigh--uncontrollably itchy, which was first a small patch and
then got a big bigger--and on my inner right forearm. The forearm one was
just a few small itchy bumps at first and then spread over a much larger
area, about 4-5" long, also unbearably itchy and nothing helped to alleviate
it. I tried fasting and that didn't do it. I thought a liver flush would
eliminate it. No such luck. As for the sore joints, I did notice some
soreness in my knees earlier last week, and my neck has been very sore for
months upon awakening (that was happening just prior to the skin
outbreaks) but that comes and goes, so am not sure that it's related. It
could have more to do with sitting at a computer for long hours and not
having proper posture. When I was off work for a month earlier this summer,
I noticed it was not happening. I guess I will just have to try your
product! *sigh* You'll be hearing from me...
The first step for ANY diease is to cleanse and detoxify. It is always good to follow cleansing rutines no matter what is specifically afflicting you. As Humaworm pointed out, Lyme is extremely difficult to diagnose, so if you are having the symptoms, it is best to go right ahead and read up on all the different methodologies to strengthen your immune system and rid your body of intruders.
Here is a site that may be of help to you in trying to establish what's going on:
Thanks for your response. I really doubt I have Lyme disease as my joints
do not ache, the rash I used to have (gone now) was not the bullseye type,
and my energy level, when I don't have a low-grade fever, is great.
I'm feeling lots better today. I probably have some sort of parasite but more
of a gut parasite than Lyme's, is what I'm thinking.
"You say it causes Lyme disease. Isn't that from ticks in
deer and which you can get by walking in an area that has been infested
with it? I thought that area was in the NE of the U.S., but perhaps it is
more widespread now?"
Lyme Disease is caused when an organism is passed to humans from the infected tick. It has spread all over the country. Here in Arkansas it was rampant a few years ago, but little is said about it now. I asked my Naturopath/Chiropractor about being tested for Lyme since intense fatigue and chronic pain are two of my problems, but he did not feel it was necessary. Of course, he is concentrating on damaged vertebra that are readily apparent. However, my concern is why am I not getting better faster? Right now it appears that the Humaworm is working against tapeworms and I hope anything else parasitic in nature is also being delt with. I would suggest everybody treat tick bites as a potential problem. Look for the characteristic "bullseye rash", and get prompt medical attention if you notice it.
As far as I know, Lyme disease is not passed from human to human, although I would wonder if it could be passed on through blood transfusions or shared body fluids.
For years I've been used to hiking around in the northern California woods without ever giving so much as a thought to bugs of any kind, much less ticks. But since last summer when I had a bad scare, my carefree attitude has changed. We were hiking down to a fern covered brook with large pines and redwoods above us, a beautiful and primeval setting, when my daughter suddenly screamed "Mommy you have a fat tick on your eyebrow"!! I swept it away, and sure enough there was blood running down my eye. For a long time I looked constantly to see if I was developing a bull's eye, and never saw one, and I have not developed any suspicious symptoms. I would like to think that I'm Lyme-free........but as if that weren't bad enough, this summer we went out exploring again, and when we came home two of us had ticks clinging on to our clothes.
I have since given up on one of my favorite outdoor activities, which really saddens me. ButI find it very telling that this happened now and didn't years ago. frankly, I think the little creeps are multiplying all over, so that we can't be too comfy anymore.
This is a sad statement about the times we are living in. I wonder what it
is that is making the population explode, other than the changes in climate,
the degradation of our environment, and those minor details...:-)
Lucky for me I'm at the stage in life where I don't go out "exploring"
that much anymore. I do like to take walks, but the occasions that come
up per year where I get to walk about in a field or away from a populated
area I can count on about two fingers, so as far as my own health is
concerned, I'm not at all concerned, but in the way that others are affected,
I certainly am. Because even if I personally am not suffering from any
tick-related disease, someone in my own immediate environment (work
for instance) might be, which could in turn affect me, in one one way or
I'm sorry to hear you're suffering so. It is good to have all this information;
Curezone is really great. However, I really doubt I have Lyme's, as,
even though I have had a rash, it wasn't the sort with the bullseye as
pictured in the info which Humaworm sent (the rash is gone now--I had one on
my arm earlier in the year and over the summer, but it disappeared a few days
after I finished my fast; also on my inner thigh, and that is gone too) and
my joints do not hurt. Besides all this, my energy level is pretty high, that
is when I don't have a low-grade fever :-) -- which I do not today, I'm
finally over my illness of last week. So, while I probably *do* have some
sort of parasite, else why would I keep getting the intense pain in my
lower-left abdomen time and again thru the years, I doubt it's due to
Lyme's. But thanks for responding and helping to bring awareness to this
serious and widespread disease. I wish you all the best in your total
healing from it!