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Parasite Detox Cleanse:

  • Powerful anti-parasitic herbs and ingredientsǂ
  • Intestinal soothing cape aloe and marshmallowǂ
  • Effective 2-part formulaǂ
  • No artificial ingredients, excellent for travelers

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Digestive Tract Support—Parasite Detox

The word “parasite” may make you think of the latest science fiction film, yet parasite detox is now a significant health topic in light of a major modern health epidemic.

Many of us harbor parasites. Some of us harbor more parasites and at higher levels than we can imagine. The symptoms of internal parasites are varied, difficult to pinpoint, or in some cases entirely hidden and masked as another condition. Women seem to be at a greater risk for parasites than men, but anyone can be affected and at great cost to their health.

Where Parasites Live

Parasites tend to burrow down into the lining of the intestines, probably because this is one of their first points of contact in the body through parasite-contaminated raw fruits, vegetables, raw or rare meat, polluted water, etc. Contrary to popular belief, parasite infection is not simply a problem in developing nations. It is estimated as many as 30% of Americans are harboring parasites in their body.

Parasites can also live in other organs such as the heart, lungs, appendix, and on the skin. They can travel through the blood and are opportunistic, seeking a place to nestle, feed, and release their damaging waste products.

The parasite’s waste products interfere with the host’s digestive process, causing symptoms such as:

  • Constipation or diarrhea
  • GI cramping and gas
  • Irritable bowel
  • Poor nutrient absorption
  • Ravenous appetite

Symptoms of parasites are not only restricted to digestive issues, however. Other far less obvious signs point to parasites, yet are so often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed as another disorder. These symptoms include:

  • Recurring skin problems
  • Nervousness, teeth grinding
  • Allergies
  • Persistent fatigue
  • Post nasal drip
  • Joint pain
  • Anemia
  • Irregular sleeping patterns
  • Depressed immune system
  • Blood sugar imbalances
  • Prostate issues

Do I Need a Parasite Detox?

A stool sample may or may not show the presence of parasites depending on which day it was taken and depending on what type of parasites are living in the body. Parasites injure tissues, especially those of the digestive tract, yet are notoriously difficult to detect. It’s true that they disrupt digestion, though most of us attribute poor digestion to anything but parasites.

Parasites can enter the body in a variety of ways:

  • Through the foods we eat: raw fruits, veggies, sushi, raw or rare meat
  • Through the tap water we drink (and accidentally ingest while bathing)
  • Through the nose via inhalation
  • Through the skin via direct exposure
  • Through contact with another person carrying parasites
  • Through our pets, who harbor many parasites
  • Through vectors, or carriers such as mosquitos

People who have traveled, who camp, who dine out, and who work in infant care are at risk for parasite exposure. It is precisely the prevalent potential for parasite exposure that makes this such a widespread health issue.

Ingredients to Look for in a Parasite Detox Cleanse

These 100% natural ingredients have been tried and tested for their parasite controlling properties:

  • Black walnut, wormwood (a shrub in the daisy family), caprylic acid, quassia wood, and grapefruit seed target adult parasitesǂ
  • Vermifuges such as garlic, rosemary, and thyme help expel parasites from the intestinesǂ
  • Clove and pumpkin seeds help control parasite eggs to prevent further growthǂ

In addition to ingredients that target parasites, a parasite detox cleanse should contain ingredients that soothe the intestinal lining, an area often ravaged by parasite waste products. These intestinal soothing ingredients include bismuth citrate, cape aloe, and marshmallow for continued intestinal lining support.ǂ