Blastocystis Hominis Protozoan Herbal Parasite Cleanse



Blastocystis Hominis Protozoan Herbal Parasite Cleanse

Blastocystis Hominis Parasite Cleanse

A Powerful blend of specific herbs to help remove Blastocystis and other protozoan parasites. Freshly prepared when purchased. Free Shipping and eBook.

Parasite Diet – What to eat and what not to eat

Best herbal treatment for blastocysts and other parasites

Natural Herbal Protozoan Parasite Cleanse is Freshly prepared certified organic herbs blended with specific herbs that treat blastocysts and other one-cell parasites.

A well-balanced, healthy diet may get rid of one-cell parasites naturally. If you have completed a course of antibiotic medication for protozoan infection and retesting results are positive. Our best in Australia herbal parasite cleanse may help.

Parasites are an umbrella term for a wide range of different species. The protozoan is also known as Protozoa or plural protozoans. If you have a test that comes back positive, it will likely be for Blastocystis hominis or Dientamoeba fragilis, which are Protozoa.

Protozoan or Worms? There is a difference.

Treating worms with herbs to kill human worm infection is not the same as treating Protozoan parasite infections, such as Blastocystis and Dientamoeba. Protozoa are tiny, one-celled parasitic organisms that multiply in their human host. Worms or Helminths are visible to the naked eye and often not noticed until adulthood. Roundworms or hookworms are not treated with antibiotics.

Gut issues can be the result of an undiagnosed gut infection. Many cases turn out to be gut protozoan, for example, the parasites Blastocystis hominis and Dientamoeba fragilis. Eliminating protozoan parasites is challenging for the medical profession and natural health practitioners. Treating human protozoan parasite infection is not a clear-cut case for everyone. Some people have success with prescribed medication with no side effects. In contrast, others use herbal parasite cleansing clears, Blastocystis, Dientamoeba and other protozoan parasites.

Antibiotic Resistance

Bacteria and parasites are adapting to antibiotics and have created antimicrobial or antibiotic resistance. An antimicrobial kills microorganisms, stopping them from multiplying. Antibiotics are used against bacteria, for instance, such as H. Pylori. Parasites, still, in some cases, antibiotics are not always successful. Antibiotics can compromise the gut flora and cause gut health problems for people sensitive to their effects. Combining antibiotics reduces the total number of bacteria and dramatically shifts gut microbiota composition.

Antibiotic resistance to antibiotics makes it harder to kill protozoan parasites like Blastocystis hominis or Dientamoeba fragilis. A natural herbal parasite cleansing with specific certified organic herbs can be used before or after conventional medications if you choose to. If you think you may have parasites or worms, find out which ones you are hosting before deciding on any treatment course.

Often, people take antibiotics as a first choice, and they sometimes work, but sometimes they don’t. If you have not had a course of antibiotics for an extended period, this herbal parasite detox cleanse may help. Whichever parasite cleanse or parasite treatment you decide on, we suggest you take an excellent broad-spectrum probiotic before bed. When taking a course of antibiotics, you need as much good gut flora as possible. If you have a compromised gut, discuss your options with your doctor or natural healthcare practitioner before deciding what treatment you want.

Self Diagnoses and Treatment – Don’t Do It

It’s time-consuming and expensive to figure out what’s going on in your body. Treating symptoms is not the answer to ongoing gut problems. It is always best to find out the underlying cause of your health problems to make the right treatment choices that suit you. Many people go through endless tests that come back negative when all they need to do is be tested for parasites and bacterial infections.

I have been diagnosed with a Protozoan Parasite – What is it?

Protozoan – or Protozoa are one-cell parasites that can be found worldwide. Some protozoans are helpful, while others are harmful. They live and thrive in other organisms’ cells, tissues, and mucus environments and cause gastrointestinal tract infections. There are too many to list, but the most common ones are Intestinal protozoa, which come back positive from either a blood or stool test.

Intestinal Protozoa – Common Protozoan One-Cell Parasites

Giardia – is a microscopic one-cell parasite that affects the small intestines. Giardia is picked up from surfaces, soil, food, or water contaminated with faeces from humans or animals. This parasite causes diarrhoea illness known as giardiasis. It is contagious and spreads from person to person. It can survive independently outside of a host as an outer shield protects it. There are different ways of becoming contaminated—for example, ingesting water from swimming pools, spars, and swimming in lakes.

Blastocystis hominis – is a nasty little single-celled microscopic parasite that can be picked up from ingesting food or contaminated water. Stool tests detect this parasite, and symptoms include diarrhoea, abdominal pain or often multiple gastrointestinal problems.

Cryptosporidium hominis – infects the intestines and causes diarrhoea. Cryptosporidium infections can be picked up via farm animals, pets and animals native to Australia. The symptoms include watery diarrhoea and cramping stomach. She was feeling feverish, nausea, vomiting and loss of appetite. Symptoms start to be experienced around the 12th day of being infected.

Cryptosporidium – can be detected from a stool sample. It is passed on via person-to-person contact among families, especially children, swimming in recreational contaminated water, infected animals, drinking contaminated water, untreated bores and wells, and unprocessed milk from affected cows. You can pick it up from unwashed raw fruit, vegetables and salads.

Entamoeba histolytica causing Amoebiasis – occurs when the eggs are ingested. They quickly spread from person to person and are detected by a stool test.  Entamoeba histolytica can be picked up from street food contaminated by being handled by people infected, especially when visiting underdeveloped countries. It can be passed on from babies’ nappies, drinking infested water, eating contaminated raw vegetables and fruit and having oral-anal sex. Some people carry this parasite without experiencing symptoms, passing it on to others.

Dientamoeba fragilis – is a parasite that affects the gastrointestinal tract of humans. Often, people show no symptoms of Dientamoeba fragilis. In others, symptoms include loose stools, persistent diarrhoea, gut pain, loss of weight for no apparent reason, loss of appetite, and feeling sick and exhausted. There needs to be a clear understanding of how the Dientamoeba fragilis parasite spreads to others. Still, the transmission is most likely via contaminated food and water ingestion.

Six of the best parasite-killing herbs

Neem (Azadirachta indica)

Neem has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. Neem helps to remove toxins from the body. It is known to stimulate healthy liver and kidney function and to improve the body’s metabolic function. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Neem helps reduce gastrointestinal symptoms such as bloating, cramping and constipation. It can support the prevention and healing of gastric ulcers. It can also be beneficial in cases of bacterial infections of the gut.  

Neem is an excellent herb with various medicinal properties. Neem leaf is a well-documented herb. Neem Leaf is an analgesic, blood purification and antibacterial. Neem kills parasites and expels the toxins released from the dying parasites. Neem also supports the liver from the overload of parasite infection. Neem should not be taken while pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to conceive. Neem has been used to prevent conception and induce a miscarriage. 

Paw – Paw (Carica papaya leaf)

Carica papaya, also called paw-paw, contains carpaine, which kills amoeba parasites. It contains the enzyme papain, which has medicinal and nutritional benefits. Papaya contains high anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce gastrointestinal tract and colon inflammation. Proteolytic enzymes in papaya help remove parasites. Papaya leaf contains tannins that help to protect against reinfection. The leaves of the Paw-Paw contain Carpaine, an alkaloid in the papaya leaves. Carpaine may be able to wipe out certain parasites and benefit the central nervous system.

Papaya (Paw Paw) contains antibacterial and antifungal properties; it is also antiviral and anti-inflammatory. Neem contains antioxidants that help boost the immune system. The papaya leaves contain enzymes that help the body break down protein foods and carbohydrates and benefit people with acid reflux (GERD). (Paw-paw leaves are not recommended to ingest during pregnancy due to abortion risk). 


 Triphala Is an anti-parasitic combination of herbs used in Ayurvedic medicine. Triphala is a blend of three fruits; 

  • Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis) 
  • Black myrobalan (Terminalia chebula)
  • Belleric myrobalan (Terminalia belerica) 

Triphala contains flavonoid, which has high biological activity and has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties that help kill protozoans. Triphala also helps with improving bowel frequency experienced with IBS and helps with restoring a healthy gut lining. 

Nigella (Nigella sativa)

Nigella has been used forever in herbal medicine. Nigella helps boost the immune system, reduces parasites and gut bacteria’s activity, and is used to treat digestive issues, including ulcers. Research results indicate strongly that nigella healing effects are positive. Nigella is antidiabetic, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory. It helps relieve pain and protect the liver, kidneys, and a compromised gastrointestinal tract. 

Black Walnut: Juglans nigra

Organically grown green, black walnut is a powerful herb for eliminating parasites. 

Hulls contain active ingredients, tannins, juglone, and iodine. Black Walnut Hulls are well-documented for expelling worms and parasites. Research indicates black walnut hulls also kill protozoans. This tip-top herb also treats Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori).  Recent studies have demonstrated that juglone exhibits anti-cancer, antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-parasitic properties.

Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum)

Clove promotes the free flow of saliva and gastric juices. Dried buds of cloves contain about 15 – 20 percent of essential oils, mainly eugenol, which has been documented to affect protozoa. Cloves treat worms, viruses, candida, and bacterial and protozoan infections. Studies indicate that cloves help suppress Giardia and eugenol’s growth and kill protozoan parasites by boosting and strengthening the immune system. Cloves also stimulate the digestive system and reduce inflammation in the intestine. Studies suggest Clove dissolves the biofilm of Candida yeast, killing it. Cloves and their health benefits.

Interesting Links

Triphala Study

Nigella sativa A Miracle Herb

Gastrointestinal effects of Nigella sativa

Our Protozoan Parasite Cleanse

Freshly prepared when ordered and contains the following herbs:

Neem and Paw-Paw Leaf Capsules

Nigella Seed and Triphala (three fruits and herbs) Capsules

Cloves and Black Walnut Hull (Green) Capsules

Parasite Cleanse Blended Powder

Blastocystis Hominis Diet Protocol2

Protozoan Parasite Cleanse Leaflet


Parasites live on or in other organisms and survive by feeding off the host. The best practice is handwashing and always Cooking your food well. If you are eating raw foods, soak in a tablespoon of vinegar and water for 20 minutes before preparing. Using a natural insect repellent and hand washing can reduce the risk of infestation.

This information is not a replacement for professional medical advice. We offer a free phone consultation. Contact Us.

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