I didn't say it doesn't kill them too, did I? You understand a polysaccharide is digested into sugar, right? You also understand garlic is 97% carbohydrate. Why is it so hard to believe, given the infection is severe enough, that an "anti-parasitic" cannot SIMULTANEOUSLY feed a parasite?
I know my body. I know its reaction when I eat an offending food. I am a very sensitive individual when it comes to being in tune with what I put into my body and how it effects it.
You understand it isn't "garlic" that kills parasites, it is the ajoene and allicin that kills them. Ajoene/allicin DOES NOT equal sugar. They are separate. Hence if you are infected enough, the consequences of carbohydrate intolerance outweigh the otherwise anti-parasitical benefits of the compounds that kill parasites.
I know what I'm talking about. I even said it varies for different people, and I am simply speaking from personal experience. Who knows what other individuals are out there, reading conflicting information and not knowing what to believe.
Next time please use a hint of common sense and understand what works for you may not work for somebody else.
But yes, all SUGARS feed parasites. If you are intolerant of ALL sugars like I once was, and still am but not as sensitive, then eating even garlic can be detrimental to your parasite cleanse. It explains why I was taking every herb under the sun used to kill them (wormwood Black-Walnut clove oregano oil etc.) along with several other anti-parasitic list of foods. But everytime I ate a clove of garlic I got a reaction identical than if I were to bite into an ice-cream sundae. Extreme dizziness, rage, anxiety, tachycardia/heart palpitations, horrible rancid gas, insomnia, and "squiggles" in my intestines
So please, unless you have something to contribute to the discussion besides a smirk remark and "lol" then I suggest you take your smug attitude elsewhere. There are people on this forum actually trying to heal themselves who don't need that sort of close-minded conceited viewpoints on such important issues.