I have been doing the Black-Walnut /wormwood/cloves and using the zapper for 3months now but I am still getting liver flukes out with each liver flush.It's obvious that the fluke is still living the liver. Does anyone have a method for killing it? Thanks for your help. Deotima
Personally, I wouldn't start a serious parasite cleanse without my Zapper (Super DeLuxe @ $179, call 1-800-220-3741) to kill resultant bacteria and reduce pain. For me, the most complete, easy-to-use program was the Colonix Kit from http://www.DrNatura.com (Paranils, Colonix Fiber, Kleri Tea). I also find the Wormwood and Cloves caps from 1-800-220-3741 to be superior. Whatever you use, however, must be rotated with other programs or changed around, because worms will become desensitized to whatever formula(s) and routines you're using after a few months.
You also must have your bowel cleansing protocol in place for those times when much bacteria is dumped into your system from the "die off", threatening septicemia or septic shock (Lugol's, Turmeric, Fennel, Cascara Sagrada, BWH; also Echinacea, Grapefruit Seed Extract, and, of course, the Zapper). These work very quickly to bring symptoms under control (pain, "burning", flushing/chills, dizziness, sudden fatigue, shortness of breath).
I'll put several drops of Lugol's and 5-10cc Echinacea tincture into diluted juice (the fewer sugars, the better, since bacteria thrive in any sweet medium). You have to experiment with whatever works best for you. If I sense inflammation or swelling in the colon, I'll take Ibuprofen to bring it down since these swollen tissues can be extremely painful, longstanding, and obstructive if you happen to have another evacuation within a few hours (not uncommon). Hope it helps!
Are the flukes you are seeing in your Liver Flushes that bright red color? That's the type i've seen in my Liver Flushes as well-- just two of them , one was actually stuck right in the middle of a stone!
What i've been adding to MH's dewormer (which is all the Dr. Hulda Clark 's herbs he grows) was adding some drops of Hyssop tincture as well. That always pushed out more dead flukes for me.
Also- I've been eating some organic baby greens' lettuce salads eveyr night now- (in the salad mood these 2 weeks!) and I've been cutting up two cloves of garlic in the salads.
The next day I have really great bowel movements, with a bunch of these same red flukes floating ontop of the water- and they arent tomatoes!
Now, when I dont have my garlic salads, the bowel movements are now normal- no more dead worms in them like before. I think I have the flukes under control, but there still are areas where they are stubborn and wont' die. things like raw garlic, etc. in my meals, surprise the heck out of them-- and they die!
I plan on doing another Liver Flush this Friday into Saturday.
Thanks to all who replied to my question.Yes Boldyloxx,they were the red flukes that came out in 2 or 3 liver flushes,but not in others.I will try the Hyssop tincture with the Dr Clark herbs and the garlic salads.Love and Light Deotima.
Ok, I often see tomato looking things floating in the toilet or stuck in stool. They look like rolled up tomato skins (skinny tubes). Are those just tomatoes or flukes? I do eat tomatos several times a week, so I am not sure what to think if it.
Also, many of the vegetables I eat don't seem to get diagested well. Like Cilantro, corn, grains... I see them in my stool often. Is it normal?
Hi you guys- yeah, they are flukes. I saw a photo of them-- the EXACT ones- color and all in a parasite photo for liver flukes.
You will sometimes see them in your liver flushes.
Sure enough, Last Liver Flush I did (and I was having pain in my liver prior to this flush) I passed some right before the slew of stones poured out of me.
One of the flukes was even stuck in a stone!
They feed off of our liver.- so it's good to get rid of these suckers. When were' old we can't afford to have a liver half eaten by parasites! we need all the immunity help we can get!
Next time you look at a person over 30, notice how the whites of their eyes are sort of dull and not white. The really old person has veryy dull eyes bordering on bloodshot or grey. This can be liver issues, and it can be due to parasites in the liver. It may be the only symptom too. I believe that even an elderly person who starts doing parasite cleanses and liver flushes- and completely revises their lifestyle to a natural Healthy one, will begin to notice the whites of their eyes turning back to clear white in time.
Im 42, and noticed this change in me compared to over a year ago. So you younger folks should be encouraged by that. It's never too late!
I so firmly believe in MAINTENANCE deworming- at least two months out of a year. then liver flushing after.
especially since Fluke worms are so incredibly easy to get infected by, it seems. Everyone I know who ever bothers to do a parasite cleanse always passes these parasites before they pass other types.
You can get fluke worms just from veggies in your garden not washed properly- especially if you have snails and slugs in your garden (who pass on the larvea stage that hatches in your body) The snails and slugs pick it up from mammals - such as rabbits , rodents, etc.
Sheepfluke get their name because of this- Livestock fluke always finds its way in humans if you live right next to a farm.
I think the red color of these flukes is from either the blood they suck out of you or the Vitamin B12 they absorb from your body.
Many parasites really suck up alot of our B12-- leaving us deficient and unbalanced in our B Vitamins. Irritability and depression are a result many times.
Thats why I make sure to take Brewers Yeast, and wont eat any refined sugars or sodas.
fresh fuits and veggies are great in replenishing vitamins stolen from worms.
Thanks for your response. ..Are intestinal flukes and liver flukes the same thing? I haven't done a Liver Flush yet, but I've seen the flukes when I take Colon Cleanse or parasite cleanse. ..I pretty much live ON a farm...well not really, but I've had a sheep and a goat, and have horses and a lot of other types of animals.
hi! I think the liver flukes also can be in the intestines- but they get their name because they sure make their home in the liver and feed off of it!
There are sheep fluke as well as lung flukes, etc. I think I also had sheep fluke- as in the very beginning, I passed alot of black fluke worms and black eggs. Now I no longer pass any black ones at all.-- just the tomatoe red ones, which I belive are the liver flukes.
Their is also a small oriental fluke worm that is supposed to infect only those in Asian countries. However, lots of people in America also pick this up- including me as well, probably because anyone traveling from those countries can pass it on to America- and the produce also can pass it on if not washed properly.