Human parasites are disease-causing organisms that can infect and populate your body. These parasites can damage your body in many ways, causing everything from muscle pains to anemia. There are numerous parasites that can infect your body — bacteria, viruses and intestinal worms being the most common types. If left untreated, these parasites can restrict your body’s ability to absorb nutrition and cause tremendous discomfort. However, you can safely and successfully deworm and cleanse your body of parasites by employing all the natural remedies below.
Take echinacea capsules. This potent herb can eradicate numerous disease-causing microorganisms. It works by stimulating your immune system cells, including macrophages, which target these parasites. Take one 500-mg capsule once a day.
Take turmeric tablets. This powerful East Indian spice can cleanse your body of most disease-causing bacteria, especially bad intestinal bacteria and worms. It contains an active ingredient called curcumin, which destroys these bacteria internally or externally. Take two 500-mg twice daily.
Eat a lot of raw fresh garlic. This potent herb is composed of a substance called allicin. When ingested, your gastrointestinal tract turns into a hostile environment for many parasites. Chop two cloves of fresh garlic and swallow with a glass of water.
Take uva ursi (bearberry) tablets. This herb contains potent compounds called arbutin, which acts by destroying the cellular walls of numerous bacteria that can infect your body. The recommended dosage is one 800-mg tablet once a day with food.
Consume Vitaklenz capsules. This supplement contains 12 all-natural potent herbs which can cleanse your body by destroying intestinal parasites. It also detoxifies your liver. Take one capsule three times daily.
Consult your physician before embarking on any natural treatments.
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