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Curezone minds think alike

Funny, but as I look at the pictures of all those poor people bunched together in those horribly unsanitary conditions, I have been thinking the same: parasites!
Unfortunatelly, zappers are not inexpensive and require a commitment to use. It would be hard enough to convince that many people that, a.)we can have parasites in our bodies, b.) that these gadgets that look very strange to most people except us alternative health kooks actually work, and c.) to actually take time out to sit still holding electrodes or placing a terminator on the body.
It would be far more practical to convince them first of the certainity of parasites, and then get them to take something like the Old Amish Dewormer or another herbal dewormer which is strong enough to take once a day.
I have found it difficult to convince very many people of any of the above mentioned methods, as few people are even aware of the role parasites play in our overall health. Medical doctors scoff when you mention the topic to them, and as right now it's only mainstream medicine that is taking care of these folks (and I'm certainly not knocking what these great medical relief teams are doing) making all these people at the shelters aware of a parasite problem is challenging enough. However, as it is most certainly going to be one of the many huge problems facing the refugees, perhaps here on Curezone we can pool ideas on how awareness of the parasite problem and it's solutions can reach these people.
Any ideas out there??

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