Parasites active at night, looking for food?
Forum: Ask Microbe Detectives
I'm still reading through old posts on the P. forum, there's interesting stuff there. I found this on a post you had made some time back. Night time has been when I've felt the movements the most- enough that it's woken me up more than once. I had been wondering if the time of day made a difference for when the herbals were the most effective- and with this information, I would be inclined to say yes. Would one larger dose at night hit them better than several smaller doses through the day? Just a "wonder".
One of the doses of ozonated olive oil (and one of the doses of L-Cysteine) in the Hulda Clark cleanup is to take it at bedtime. I've done that, and because of feeling them moving, have gotten up and taken another dose of it and it seemed to quiet them down.
It's also not an old wives tale..they definetly ARE more active starting a few days prior to and going into the Full Moon- which is tonight BTW. I thought people were being "out there" when I first read that, but when I started paying attention to it, it's true--and upping the doses and hitting them harder has worked well during that time each month. They say that's when they are reproducing. My poor husband..this time, for the past couple of days, I've been taking in alot of raw garlic.....putting it in raw juice (cabbage, spinach, apple, ginger root, garlic, and pomegranate juice) which is supposed to be for parasites (from The Liver Dr, Sandra Cabot)...plus, eating salad with more raw garlic chopped up in it.
Here's what you said:
>>>>>>>>This would make sense because this is when the critters are the most active looking for food. Someone shared with me that an experiment was done in India. A person was given a drink (assuming barium) and watched the parasites become very active searching for food between 12-3AM.>>>>>>
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