Does anyone know which herbs kill worm eggs?
I have a terrible infestation with roundworms, and I have been taking Dr. Schulze's Intestinal formula #2 as well as North American Herb and Spice Oregabiotics (which contains wild oregano blend (P73), cumin oil, wild sage, wild bay leaf oil), and North American Herb and Spice Oil of Oregano P73 drops, as well as North American Herb and Spice Intesti Clenz containing extra virgin pumpkinseed oil, cumin oil, fennel oil, wild oregano oil). All of the North American Herb and Spice products can be found at http://www.p-73.com I am also eating pumpkin seeds, and taking Dr. Christopher's garlic capsules.
Last week, I purged maybe 200 worms (which was so gross to see) differing in size, and I was feeling better symptom wise (I had suffered from chronic diarrhea). Now after I was optimistic that I am getting rid of this worm infection, and not seeing any more worms in the toilet, I am seeing tiny worms again, and periodically have diarrhea again. I have not stopped taking any of the above herbal supplements, which are definitely killing hte worms, but since I am now seeing tiny roundworms in my stool, I don't think the remedies I am taking are killing the worm eggs. Does anyone know if oregano oil or garlic kills worm eggs too? How does one kill the worm eggs? If I don't kill the worm eggs, I will never be able to eradicate this worm infestation. Please help....
What do you call "round worms"? I suspect that this is a case of "misdiagnosis" arrising from mis-naming. If you have round worms, why pumpkin seed? That's for tapeworms. It does not work on nematodes, which are round worms, and the distinction goes beyond just the name. Flatworms (tapeworms and flukes) and roundworms (nematodes like ascaris, pinworms and hookworms) are vastly different animals. They have vastly different physiology and thus usually respond to different medications, including herbals. The igredients you list (such as oregano oil etc) are mostly for protozoan parasites (one-cellular organisms which you won't see without a microscope) and a bit for tapeworms. So, what "round worms" you are talking about? Perhaps they are something else?
So, what do you actually have? Hookworms are about 1/2 inch long thin white worms. That's what you call small? Pinworms are a bit smaller, but their symptom is "itchy arse", expecially at night. Strongyloides are also white worms, even smaller. These are the only 3 types of common round worms that would linger.
My intuition tells me that you have something else.
You must have either a tablespoon full of Clove oil or 500 mg of crushed cloves (I've used good quality whole cloves with effectivness) to kill the parasite larvea and eggs. According to Dr. Hulda Clark , the Cloves must be taken with the other herbs, or you'll find after the adults are gone, more will keep hatching.
Clove oil/strong cloves is the only substance that will kill the eggs. According to dr. Hulda Clark - this is for all parasite eggs.-- not just nematodes, protozoa, etc.
That is why she insists on using it with the Wormwood and Black-Walnut Hull.
As for Oregano Oil, I would still keep taking that as it will kill any parasite in larvea stage and do damage to the ones that are too large. It is not something to rely on alone, but works well along with the entire parasite killing plan.
Good to know. I am taking oil of oregano in conjunction with my Humaworm parasite cleanse. I have round worms as well and want those suc***s gone. I am refraining from any meat and alcohol. Caffeine and Sugar are still hard for me to give up considering the fatigue that comes with the cleanse. But knowing that parasite feed on those things makes more determined to do what is best for my health.