Human parasites and worms
are a topic most people don’t consider.
People believe that internal organ parasites or intestinal parasitic worms are limited to Third World countries and that they are uncommon in the U.S. Nothing could be further from the truth!
Recent studies estimate that 85% of the North American adult population has at least one form of internal human parasite or parasitic worm living inside of them. Other authorities feel this figure may be as high as 95%.
How can we possibly get infested by parasites or worms in the United States?
Here are just a few of the ways:
- Increased international business and tourist travel
- Armed forces returning home
- Contaminated water supplies
- Swimming in contaminated lakes and streams
- Your pets or other peoples pets
- Foods such as: pork, processed meats, uncooked meats, chicken, lamb, and even fish may contain human intestinal parasitic worms and organ parasites – to name a few.
The lack of treatment for intestinal worms and organ parasites is the #1 factor in the prevalence of colon, intestinal and organ parasites in people and it is solely responsible for infesting other people with the same unwelcome guests that are stealing their health.
Like it or Not,
You Likely Have at Least 1 Parasite or Parasitic Worm
Parasites and intestinal worms live inside of you
Parasites are organisms that derive nutrition and shelter by living in or on another organism – living and dying in the host – your body – reproducing, along the way, to assure that there are future generations to live and die in their host – producing others to be passed on to another unsuspecting host. Just about any part of your body is vulnerable to infestation: the lungs, liver, esophagus, brain, blood, muscles, joints, skin…and even your eyes!
Humans may be affected by over 150 different types
The Facts About Parasites and Intestinal Worms
Parasites and intestinal worms are not limited to 3rd World Countries
Besides the probability of local parasitic contamination,
vacations … natural disasters … flooding … accidents at up-stream sewage treatment plants … increased mobility … international air travel … immigration and Armed Forces personnel returning home
. . . significantly increases the likelihood of a parasitic contamination is being delivered to you from some other place.
The issue is not whether you have parasites – because you do!
Parasites and parasitic worms may do any or all of six things:
- Intestinal parasites and organ parasites cause physical damage to the body by perforating the intestines, circulatory system, lungs, liver, other organs and tissue essentially making Swiss cheese of them. Food allergies, for example, may be one of the indications of a parasitic condition of the intestine which allows food to leak into the lymph system, causing an immune response to the leaked material.
- Weaken, damage or block certain organs just with their presence.
- Lump together into a mass. Parasites may exist in the brain, heart, lungs, other organs, structures and tissue of your body.
- Weaken the host by robbing the host of essential nutrients, taking a portion of the nutrients on which the host depends.
- Poison the host with their wastes. In the best case, the host does double duty disposing of its waste and that of the parasites. Worse, when the host has difficulty disposing of the parasite’s wastes, a poisoning occurs called verminous intoxication.
- Fool the host’s immune system into believing the parasite is part of its body. The parasitic population is allowed grow unaffected by any of the body’s normal defense mechanisms.
Symptoms of human intestinal parasites, colon parasites and organ parasites may include:
- Constipation: due to worms actually blocking the intestine.
- Diarrhea: certain parasites release a hormone like substances that can lead to a watery stool.
- Gas and Bloating: Some human parasites that live in the small intestine causing inflammation that produces gas and bloating.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Human parasites can irritate, inflame and coat the lining of the intestines causing symptoms of this disease.
- Joint and Muscle Aches and Pains: Parasites can migrate and become enclosed in a sac in joint fluids, worms can do this in muscles as well.
- Anemia: Some intestinal worms attach themselves to the lining of the intestines; feeding on the vital nutrients of the host.
- Allergies: Parasites can penetrate the intestinal lining allowing large undigested food particles into the body which can create the immune system response that is often assumed to be an allergy.
- Skin Conditions: Intestinal worms can cause hives, rashes, weeping eczema and a whole host of other skin conditions.
- Nervousness: Human parasites create wastes and toxic substances that can be severe irritants to the central nervous system. Restlessness or anxiety are often the symptoms associated with these parasitic wastes.
- Sleep Disturbances: Multiple awakenings at night between the hours of 2 and 3 AM are possibly caused by the liver attempts to flush toxic wastes, produced by parasitic infestations, out of the body.
- Tooth Grinding and Clenching: This has been observed in patients with known cases of human parasitic infestations.
- Chronic Tiredness:fatigue, flu like complaints, apathy, impaired concentration, depression, and memory problems. The human parasites are simply stealing your food and nutrients and overwhelming your body with their wastes.
- Immune System Dysfunctions: Human parasites depress the immune system by the continued stimulation of the immune system which over time exhausts your defense system.
- Excess Weight, Acne and Others: These can be telltale signs of parasitic invasion including, excessive hunger, asthma, bad taste in the mouth and bad breath, epilepsy, migraines and even heart disease and other degenerative disease.
Everyone can be affected by parasites
Intestinal parasites, colon parasites and even organ parasites; robbing you of essential nutrition, living, reproducing, dying, weakening and damaging your body, creating wastes that burden or even poison your body, repeating the cycle over and over with each new generation, in increasingly larger numbers.
Parasites in Humans is Not a New Problem – it’s just a problem of forgotten remedies
Humans have been using natural remedies to treat parasites since the beginning of recorded history.
- They dealt with parasites in the spring, after a long winter of close contact with other humans,
- in the fall, after a summer of contamination from the environment, water, food and soil or
- anytime they felt their energy and vitality slipping away.
Classic herbal methods for managing intestinal parasites, colon parasites and organ parasites include: Wormwood, Clove and Black Walnut. More modern nutraceutical formulations, like NUPRO ProPara, have given rise to even more efficient natural means for dealing with parasites.
Do You Have Parasites?
Stop Wondering – You Probably Do!
The benefits of …
Dealing with parasites,
Interrupting their life cycles,
And protecting yourself
… are obvious !