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ALBENDAZOLE PROTOCOL: Roundworms (Nematodes) & Systemic Eggs/Larva/Cysts

For Parasite Warriors ~~ (Updated 11-16-10)

Albendazole (Albenza) is a broad-spectrum antiparasitic drug prescribed for intestinal & systemic Roundworm (Nematode) infections. 

Also used to kill systemic eggs, larva, & cysts (but not the adults) of other types of parasites throughout the body. 

Intestinal & Systemic Roundworms (Nematodes):
Ascaris lumbricoides (Common Roundworm)
Baylisascaris procyonis (Raccoon Roundworm) 
Enterobius vermicularis (Pinworm)
Filariasis (9 species)* 
Ancylostomiasis (6 species) (Hookworm)
Necator americanus (Hookworm)
Strongyloide stercoralis (Strongyloides)*
Toxocara canis/cati (Dog/Cat Roundworm) 
Trichinella spiralis (Porkworm)
Trichostrongyliasis (15 species)
Trichuris trichiura (Whipworm)
*For Strongyloides & Filariasis, see Albendazole & Ivermectin Drug Protocol:
For Tapeworms (Cestodes), see Niclosamide, Praziquantel, & Albendazole Drug Protocol:
For Flukes (Trematodes), see Praziquantel & Albendazole Drug Protocol:
Roundworms, like other parasites, lay thousands of eggs daily.  They have survival skills which are beyond the capabilities of the immune system & can live undetected for many years within their host.
In many cases, there are no external symptoms until a hyperinfection stage is reached or worms are passed in the stool. 
Their eggs, larva, & adult stages can migrate from the intestinal tract & be found in any organ or part of the body.  They can also form larva-filled cysts in skin, soft tissue, muscles, spine, skeleton, & CNS in their various stages of development.
For specific details on their life cycles, review the sites listed under References below.

Common symptoms:  Passing roundworms or casings in stool; abdominal pains; bloating; lung, sinus, eye, or ear infections; blood sugar imbalance; weight changes; fatigue; or perianal/genitourinary itching.  
Other symptoms:  Teeth-grinding at night; intestinal gas; allergies; asthma; anemia; intestinal blockage; restlessness; coughing up larva or worms; tiny worms or larva in nose, eyes, ears, sinuses, perianal, or genitourinary areas; painful cysts in skin, soft tissue, or muscles; or feeling worms move in the body.  See References below for additional symptoms.

Albendazole kills roundworm adults, eggs, larva, & cysts in all areas of the body (GI tract, blood, lungs, liver, skin, tissue, muscles, organs, central nervous system, etc). 

Also used to "clean-up" eggs, larva, & cysts (but not the adults) leftover in the body from other types of parasites killed by herbs or other drugs.

And for roundworms that "scatter" or disseminate throughout the body to escape from herbs or other meds in the gut that annoyed them but didn't kill them.

Drug guides usually show low-dose, one-shot, or short-term treatment.  But medical studies show high failure & reinfection rates with those methods ~ that IMHO wouldn't kill a piss ant. (lol)

I used the following protocol, with good results, for a mixed co-infection of Ascaris lumbricoides (Common Roundworm) & Toxocara canis/cati (Dog/Cat Roundworm):

Albendazole (Albenza) Drug Protocol: 

1 tablet*, 400mg, twice daily, AM/PM, evenly spaced 12 hrs apart.  Chew or crush tablet.  Take each dose with 8oz water & 40g fat.**  14 days on, 7 days off to rest the liver.  Repeat for 1 or more cycles, as needed, to cure infection.

Note:  Taken for longer than 2 weeks without a 1-week rest break may result in temporary hair loss (Alopecia), liver impairment, or parasite drug-resistance.

Albendazole is poorly absorbed in the gut, so you must chew tablet very well.  Or use a pill splitter box, crush tablet into smithereens, & sprinkle on soft food.

*Instead of tablets, you can take Valbazen (Albendazole) Oral Suspension for Cattle & Sheep.  It contains 11.36% or 113.6mg/ml of Albendazole.  Use an oral syringe to measure 3.5ml, which equals a 400mg tablet.  Mix into beverage or soft food to mask the blah taste.  May add sugar or other sweetener. 

**You must consume 40g fat with each dose (e.g, grilled cheese sandwich, ice cream, cheese pizza, cheesecake, buttered popcorn, peanut butter, cheese, cottage cheese, whipped cream, sour cream, melted real butter, or salad dressing over food, etc).  Check labels for fat gram content.  Fat acts as a carrier & increases absorption & plasma concentration.  If you omit this step, you'll just flush $ & meds down the drain!

Dosing Tips:
Recommend taking these antiparasitic vitamins & supplements, especially Zinc & Sulfur (MSM), during treatment:

Eat high-fiber foods & drink 8 glasses of fluids daily to flush out parasitic die-off & toxins.

During drug treatment, stop using herbal remedies, flushes, cleanses, DE, laxatives, colonics, MMS, nutrasilver, RIFE, zappers, & other OTC parasite products. 
None of these methods cure parasite infections.  They can be toxic, destroy beneficial flora in the gut, & impair organs of the digestive system. 
They cause parasites to scatter everywhere, carrying enteric pathogens from the GI tract with them.  And they counteract & remove parasite drugs from your system. 
Disseminated parasites & toxins throughout the body create hyperinfectin & severely impact the immune system.  Then it's an uphill battle to eradicate them & repair damage done to the body.
For constipation or if worms or larva migrate to lower colon out of reach of meds in upper intestines:

~ At bedtime, take 1-2 tsp mineral oil to soften stool & loosen grip of worms & larva.  Wear underwear protection, because if you pass gas, you might "burn oil". (lol) 

~ Or use a Fleet saline enema to flush out stool, worms, larva, die-off, & toxins from the colon.

Topical treatments, creams, & ointments for parasites & larva in skin, scalp, soft tissue, & perianal/genitourinary area:

Tips to relieve Herxheimer reaction to parasitic die-off:
While taking Albendazole, check your stools carefully for other unusual critters.  Co-infection with other types of parasites is common when your immune system has been compromised by one type.
Passing rolled-up tomato skins, pointed leaf shapes, or brownish sticks are symptoms of flukes.  Segments, flat ribbons, or sectioned worms are tapeworms.  These parasites require different meds.
Drug Monographs:
Albendazole (Albenza) tablets:
Albendazole (Valbazen) suspension:
Note:  Above monographs are for Pfizer brands manufactured in US.  For brands & manufacturers available in other countries, search at

Ordering Albendazole (Albenza) Tablets:  Online drug pharmacies:,,,, &  No Rx required. 

For other online pharmacies:

~ Ask Parasite Drug Forum members for other sites they recommend: 
~ At, enter in separate searches:  albendazole+online, albenza+online.  
~ To check pharmacy ratings:

Orderinig Valbazen (Albendazole) Cattle & Sheep Oral Suspension:  E-Bay, online veterinarian suppliers, & online or local livestock feed & supply stores.  For brands available in other countries, search at 
Veterinarian Suppliers (US):  
For other online suppliers, search at  valbazen+online.  Or ask forum members for other sites they recommend.

Carefully research all pros & cons of drug treatment based on your overall health condition, medical history, & other meds you're taking (see above drug monographs & references).

Before starting any drug treatment, recommend you seek medical diagnosis & lab testing to confirm the type of parasitic infection you have so that appropriate meds are used. 

But brace yourself for bad news.  Even when you take in whole worms or specimens for lab tests, results are usually negative!#? (lol)  This occurs when specific parasite tests (there are many to choose from) aren't ordered by your doctor.  This also applies to blood tests.

Stool tests are also unreliable.  The sample you collect may not contain any worms, eggs, or larva because they're not shed everyday.  Or the lab takes a small smear that doesn't contain anything to test although other areas of the sample contain parasites.  Or specific parasite tests aren't ordered. 

Brace yourself for more bad news.  The mantra of most doctors is that all parasite infections only occur in 3rd world countries or poor, dirty, uneducated, lower-class folks!#?  They usually diagnose patients with "Delusional Parasitosis" & prescribe anti-psychotic drugs as a cure, which, of course, is a big dose of "BS". (lol) 

So be sure to take tranquilizers or blood pressure meds before your office visit so you don't go BESERK when you're told you're CRAZY!?#.  Or use my tips for doctor appointments: (hee hee)  

If you have other symptoms, feel free to post them.  There are many forum members who'll gladly offer advice ~~ all (including mine) to be taken with a big grain of salt, of course!  

After all, the goals of the forum are to help each other, share our experiences, & exchange information in a friendly manner! 

Good luck & keep us posted on your progress!  Feedback helps everyone on the forum.

My motto:  Aim high, shoot low, & use big guns! (lol) 

And as the African warrior Shaka Zulu said:  "Never leave an enemy behind."

Cheers ~~ ICU   

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