I get lots of PM's on how I use garlic for worms. The easiest way is to look up my old post by clicking on my user name, I gave pretty detail posts on the subject.
I had great success, and saw hundreds of dead worms, and am confident that if I could have done another round after taking a little break, I would not still be fighting this. Unfortunately, something happened and I had to stop. Three mos later they came back, and I have had several flare ups and garlic didn't seem work like before. Then I realized I had been getting stale garlic. Recently I have gotten really fresh garlic, and now I have a new strategy......
For the last two weeks I have been eating garlic 4-6 times daily, spread out throughout the day. About an hour or 1.5 hours after I eat the garlic, I take a teaspoon of psyllium. Basically I'm just trapping them throughout my intestines and leaving them nowhere to hide from the garlic. The result is that I get 4-5 mounds of psyllium out the next day, with very large worms stuck to it. Please don't think I'm mistaking the fiber for the worms, they actually separate very easily from the glob when you swish it around in the water. What is scaring me is that they are meatier than the previous ones, but that might be why they are harder to kill this time, I let them mature too long?
I have also started taking some leftover Wormwood
, and just got some super strength oreganol this past week, but my results are the same as with the garlic alone, so I'm not sure if the additions actually have any effect.
I have ordered humaworm, and hopefully it gets here soon. I'm tired of garlic, tired of smelling, and need to get rid of these things cause I'm getting very weak and malnourished. I am anxious to try something new.
I just wanted to post cause I am again killing worms using nothing but 3/$1.00 bulbs of garlic and a $15.00 jar of psyllium and someone might be interested.