Re: New to this and worried about being conned (long)
Are in the UK? That kind of clinic is exactly what I am looking for!! I dont think I would be afraid to pay out for these standard anti- parasite
herbs(though you might be able to get them cheaper on the net) or a blood test. Nothing is going to be more conclusive and set your mind at rest.
I have self medicated for some time now and I have probably saved money but now recognise that the right medical help is a good thing. On the other hand if you want to save money - pumpkin seeds are a good vermicide (and anti-depressant). (2 or 3 tablespoons of Raw green organic pumpkin seeds ground up in a coffee grinder and mixed with juice or water and taken daily works for me).
All I know is that each time I do a parasite
cleanse I get health benefits. I did a programme called Clear (by the Awareness Corporation) I am not sure whether to recommend it as they have changed the formula but my diaorhea cleared up and ecxema finally went completely. Recently I had stool tests analysed in a laboratory and they identified entamoeba coli trophozoites (sp?). According to the medical profession this is Normal(???!) The fact sheet stated that entamoeba coli come from bad drinking water (not where I live?) and although non-pathogenic could indicate the presence of other parasites. The medical profession is so sceptical of parasites
in the UK that I ended up getting the results sent to my Vet who is more clued up on parasites
than the GP. The Vet pointed out that the lab didn't test for toxoplasma gondii(or is it toxocara canis?)and the lab technician pointed out that I would need a blood test for that. Well, judging by the reaction of my doctor I would not get a blood test done on this basis for love or money!
Hope all this is some help!