The red worm family is more diverse than originally believed. Many do not respond to traditional meds, or somewhat respond for a while. Symbiotic red infections have changed the game. Thyme appears to be a leader with these. The sequence, prerequisites, and preparation in dealing with the removal or control of these infections can be dangerous. Having gone through this one myself, I can say it in all my years of clearing infection types, this was the most perilous fight of my life. Certainly there is a lot of neural involvement in removing nanos from the body.
Nanos live inside other worms, are controlled by teh larger worm messages, and tend to the survival of red worms. If dosed with thyme, nanos remove the thyme from the larger worm, depositing the thyme on the skin, in sheets of plastic. I have come to believe the only way to eliminate nano worm infections is to clear every last red worm infection.
To that end, I know of one who is doing a long term DEC Thyme routine to lower the infection prior to removal. I believe in these longer term approaches will make the removal of symbiotic infections, make them safer, and ultimately result in less damage. Certainly the formulas, routine, dosing regimen is more complex, and requires a lot of diligence.