You can lower your chances of picking up parasites if you follow the following suggestions:
- Wear footwear outside and do not walk around barefoot
- Do not eat raw fish
- Do not put soiled fingers or objects in your mouth
- Do not eat street food when abroad
- Wash all fresh fruits and vegetables thoroughly, soak in apple cider vinegar for 10 minutes
- Do not eat raw fruit and vegetables that you have not washed and peeled yourself
- Be especially vigilant in places where human or animal feces may contaminate the soil
- Do a Herbal Parasite Cleanse twice a year
Round Worms (Ascaris lumbricoides) In Humans
Otherwise known as the large intestinal roundworm that takes up residence in the human digestive system. It looks like a large earthworm, but there is no relation. The earthworm is an annelid; it lives in the soil, feeding on organic debris, and is the gardener’s friend roundworms (Ascaris lumbricoides) are parasitic
Adults are found only in the intestines of humans, feeding on intestinal contents as they flow past it in your gut. If you were to compare the two very carefully, you would note that the earthworm has little tufts of bristles and its body is marked with many rings.
The body of a roundworm is smooth and hairless, and the worm has three lips at the mouth end, arranged like the leaves of a three-leaf clover, and is not the gardener’s friend or anyone else’s for that matter!
Roundworms have a reputation for going on walkabouts and often do so if their host is unwell or taking certain medications. Adult roundworms sometimes spontaneously exit the host through the anus, mouth, or nose. They are found in the bathtub, toilet bowl, in diapers, or even on the pillow upon waking. Females can grow to well over a foot long; males are smaller. For many people, the appearance of a large worm is a traumatic experience, and no doubt the source of many tales about human worm infestation. Parasite cleansing with organic herbs and herbal parasite cleanse clears out roundworms and lots of other parasites that may be hanging around in your body.
Misconceptions and Myths About Round Worms
Because of their frequent appearances, roundworms have been familiar to people for thousands of years. Here are some commonly held, but totally incorrect, beliefs about them:
You can catch roundworms from your dog or cat
False: Intestinal roundworms of dogs and cats are different species that are never found in the human intestine. The large intestinal roundworm of pigs may be able to live in humans but this has not been proven. Roundworm infection is acquired when the host swallows worm eggs that have matured and then passed on from one person to another. Doing a herbal parasite cleanse will successfully eliminate these unwanted guests.
Putting a piece of bread or raw steak in a person’s mouth will lure the worms out
False: Human roundworms do sometimes exit the mouth but they are not tempted by bread and steak. They are adapted to get nutrients by taking in liquid intestinal contents.
Having worms will make you lose weight
False: a few worms in the intestine generally cause no obvious symptoms at all. Many worms may lead to nutritional deficiency, particularly in children, or bowel blockage due to worms forming balls and knots in many individuals.
Herbal Parasite Cleanse Kills Round Worms
Our 16-day herbal parasite cleanses will successfully clear roundworms in humans. It is the Hulda Clarks formula. We have been preparing parasite cleanses for the last 13 years for our customers, so we know it works. If you have any questions relating to parasite infection or our organic herbal parasite cleanse please contact us
Our Organic Herbal Parasite Cleanse is made from fresh-ground certified herbs. Comes with full instructions. Handy cross off your doses daily chart.
We are selling loose herbs we are not selling herbs as therapeutic pre-packaged products. All products are made up individually and only blended and encapsulated once you order. We make no therapeutic claims about the blends we sell. Always drink plenty of water and add extra fiber to your diet. If symptoms persist seek medical advice. Self-diagnosis is unadvised.