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Effective Herbal Remedies for Parasites: A Holistic Approach

Imagine an unwelcome guest invading your space and taking up the room. But this is no ordinary guest; they are wreaking havoc in a space you once considered sacred and clean.

They are disheveling your compartments, destroying your food (nutrients), and now they have cozied up deep in your favorite blanket. You don't know how to handle all this destruction at once, and now you are responding in a stressful way.

You feel fatigued, you can't sleep at night, you are breaking out in rashes, you feel dehydrated, and for some reason, your butt is itching.

This is parasites.

& They have violated billions of people across the world, many of those who don't even realize it.

Parasites typically enter the body through contaminated food, such as undercooked meat and fish and raw vegetables, or direct contact with infected individuals —yes, it can happen through regular smegular sex, too.

You probably would not even know you have parasites until they start to make themselves too comfy and then cause issues like:

  • Diarrhea, abdominal pain, and bloating.

  • Fatigue and weakness.

  • Weight loss or unexplained weight gain.

  • rashes

  • Joint and muscle aches.

  • Allergies

  • Anemia.

  • Sleep disturbances.

  • Hormonal imbalances.

  • Anxiety and depression.

Many people believe that heat or even our stomach acid will kill the parasites, but that's not always the truth. Food would have to be heated to a certain temperature to kill the parasite, and not everyone has adequate stomach acid to get rid of the parasite.

Even anti-parasitic drugs are not always the best choice because they can cause severe side effects such as abnormal heart rate, vision changes, hallucinations, and psychosis.

And depending on how bad the infection is, you may have to take longer or multiple courses of the drugs. These wonky drugs can come with unpleasant side effects that may even give you even more trouble.

Depending on the specific drug, you can be at risk of:

  • Kidney failure

  • Vision problems, including blindness

  • Nerve damage in the hands and feet

  • Hearing loss and balance problems

And when it comes to getting rid of parasites, it is important to look at the full picture and not just rely on a single drug, hoping it solves all problems. We should consider a holistic approach because while a parasite will cause physical damage to the body, it can also cause a mental and spiritual toll as well. The drugs won't touch that.

Looking into any disease and recognizing the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit will give you better outcomes toward treating the root cause and getting long-term relief. When considering this whole picture, you can choose management options, whether herbs or simple lifestyle adjustments, that relate better to your own personal system.

When we choose methods more in tune with our true nature, we open the door for healing that specific condition and many other conditions triggered by similar instances.

This places the control back in our hands.

So, whether parasites have set up camp in your body or you have never even had parasites (so you think), the holistic approaches we dive into today will focus on in-tune management and prevention to ensure you never get it again.

Let's explore the holistic management of parasitic infections through the lens of lifestyle and naturopathic medicine. However, remember that the information here is not meant to replace conventional medical treatment but complement conventional treatments for parasitic infections.

Before we dive in, if you are not interested in reading this lengthy but valuable post, you can get the parasite detox protocol below:

It details everything you need to know in a short form with specified supplements, herbal regimens, and lifestyle changes.

Herbal Remedies for Parasites

After you have mastered or at least attempted to focus on mindset, spiritual, and lifestyle adjustments. Then, you should consider the herbs to help piece things together.

Reminder: herbs will only help you heal intently once you intentionally focus on the underlying factors first.

Herbs are a supplement to healing, but they are not a cure. The cure is within, and it is spirit-led. You must get your mind, body, and spirit on the same page to heal.

Some plants are created to work in unison with our bodies for conditions like parasitic infestations and infection, and they just so happen to have the perfect properties to help you naturally get rid of that draining inhabitant. For us to come from Earth, it is only right to use the growths of Earth to help us restore balance. Amongst the herbs that we have discovered and tested, my favorites are:

  • Black walnut: Historically, black walnut hull tincture has been used at a dose of 1-2 mL (20-40 drops) three times daily.

  • Wormwood: Historically, wormwood tincture has been used at a dose of 1-2 mL (20-40 drops) three times daily.

  • Coptis (or Asian Berberine): Historically, Coptis extract or berberine has been used at 500-1500 mg daily, divided into two or three doses.

  • Oregano Oil: Historically, oregano oil has been used at 150-300 mg thrice daily.

  • Grapefruit seed extract: Historically, grapefruit seed extract has been used at a dose of 100-200 mg two to three times daily.

  • Goldenseal or Oregon grape root: Historically, goldenseal or Oregon grape root tincture has been used at a dose of 1-2 mL (20-40 drops) three times daily.

  • Ginger: Historically, ginger has been used as a tea or in cooking. There is no specific dose of ginger as an herbal remedy for parasites, but it can be consumed in moderate amounts as part of a balanced diet.

But remember always to be cautious when using herbs, especially if you are pregnant, have preexisting conditions, and are already taking prescription medications. The rule of thumb for herb dosing is to start low and increase slowly to cater to your body's needs.

In Conclusion

Dealing with parasitic infections requires a holistic approach considering the mind, body, and spirit. While conventional treatments may have their place, exploring natural remedies and lifestyle adjustments can complement conventional approaches and provide long-term relief. Herbal remedies, such as black walnut, wormwood, Coptis, oregano oil, grapefruit seed extract, goldenseal, and ginger, have historically addressed parasitic infestations and are nature-approved. However, it's important to approach these remedies intentionally, focusing on underlying factors and seeking balance within ourselves. Remember, the cure lies within, and by aligning our mind, body, and spirit, we can take control of our health and prevent future parasitic infections.


Disclaimer: The information provided in this blog post is for educational purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. This information is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The supplements and herbal remedies mentioned in this post may not be FDA-approved. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have read in this blog post. The use of any information provided in this blog post is solely at your own risk.


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