I don't know who Hulda Clark is, but I do know that Correale in Argentina did a four and one half year double blind study into MS vs all types of helminths, relapsing remitting MS that is. The control group (without intestinal parasites) experienced 56 exacerbations while the study group (those with worms) had three. He used MRIs and questionnaires to diagnose exacerbations.
Can you point to anything more than Hulda's anecdote which is a single experience. She does have something to promote after all.
is a good place to start, lots of links) it is quite clear that hookworm and whip worm are capable of putting into remission asthma, Crohn's disease and colitis. And there is good reason thanks to the Correale study I cite above that the same is true of MS.
This common idea, that we can cure all manner of maladies by cleaning ourselves, whether by eliminating imaginary worm infections (almost unheard of in Europe and the USA) or by giving ourselves colonics is, to me, a bizarre manifestation of our obsession with cleanliness.
To me it is absurd, and until someone points me to independent research of the type I cite above I will continue to believe that Hulda Clark is at best mistaken.
parasites have not been indicated to cause MS, but just the opposite. Read some Science before you make irresponsible claims. just because your ideas play to common misconceptions based on utter ignorance does not make you right.