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Re: Is there a subsitute for WORMWOOD? Black walnut alone?


Ignoring any issues of nursing or pregnancy -- both of which should cause some pause for those who want to try herbals -- there's many herbs with anti-parasitic qualities. Wormwood has some good effect in this regard, but I suspect that the very nature of its name -- "WORMwood" -- causes some to think that an anti- parasite treatment without this herb is somehow missing something, and may not be effective. Not so. One very good -- and simplified -- option would be to just choose a reputable, name brand "gastrointestinal parasite formula" without Wormwood , entrusting the formulation to that supplier.
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Ignoring any issues of nursing or pregnancy -- both of which should cause some pause for those who want to try herbals -- there's many herbs with anti-parasitic qualities. Wormwood has some good effect in this regard, but I suspect that the very nature of its name -- "WORMwood" -- causes some to think that an anti- parasite treatment without this herb is somehow missing something, and may not be effective. One very good -- and simplified -- option would be to just choose a reputable, name brand "gastrointestinal parasite formula" without wormwood, entrusting the formulation to that supplier.
 

 
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