PARASITE INTESTINAL CLEANSE(COLON CLEANSE SUPER FLUSH)DETOX*CANDIDA*ORGANIC HERB

May 5, 2021 - Comment

Parasite Intestinal Cleanse: 50 Capsules- 595mg each All Organic herbs with Zero Fillers or Binders Organic Barberry root bark (Berberis vulgaris)Organic Curacao and Cape Aloe leaf(Aloe spicatal and ferox),Organic Rhubarb Root powder,Organic Cascara Sagrada aged bark (Rhanmus purshiana),Organic Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinalis), Organic Garlic bulb (Allium sativum) and Organic Habanero Pepper,Organic Senna leaves and pods

Parasite Intestinal Cleanse: 50 Capsules- 595mg each All Organic herbs with Zero Fillers or Binders Organic Barberry root bark (Berberis vulgaris)Organic Curacao and Cape Aloe leaf(Aloe spicatal and ferox),Organic Rhubarb Root powder,Organic Cascara Sagrada aged bark (Rhanmus purshiana),Organic Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinalis), Organic Garlic bulb (Allium sativum) and Organic Habanero Pepper,Organic Senna leaves and pods (Cassia officinalis). This herbal formula is both cleansing, healing and strengthening to the entire gastro-intestinal system. It stimulates your peristaltic action ( the muscular movement of the colon ) and over time strengthens the muscles of the large intestine, halts putrefaction and disinfects, soothes and heals the mucous membrane lining of your entire digestive tract. This herbal formula also improves digestion, relieves gas and cramps, increases the flow of bile which, in turn, cleans the gallbladder, bile ducts and liver, destroys Candida albicans overgrowth and promotes a healthy intestinal flora, destroys and expels intestinal parasites, increases gastrointestinal circulation and is anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal. A variety of parasites can infect the intestinal tract. Parasitic infections have become more common with international travel. Unfortunately but not surprisingly, they can cause a variety of symptoms, such as fatigue, constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, heartburn, chills, stomach pain or loss of appetite. If you suspect having a parasitic infection, there is a natural way to treat it. It’s called a parasite cleanse. Parasites are generally acquired from consuming contaminated food or water, but people with imbalanced gut flora, leaky gut syndrome or a weakened immune system may be more susceptible. A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. Yes, not pleasant. Worse, parasites can cause disease in humans. Some parasitic diseases are easily treated and some are not. It is estimated about 50 percent or more Americans carry parasites, and you may wonder where somebody get a parasite besides. One is pork, if you’ve ever eaten pork. Pork can carry parasites and worms, so if you eat pork consistently, there’s a chance that you have a parasite. Also, as mentioned above, if you’ve ever been to another country like China, India, Africa, Mexico, even trips to places like Cancun, if you drank the water or if you eat some of their food, there’s a great chance that you could have picked up a parasite. Specifically, if you came back and had dysentery or some problem with your stomach afterwards — such as something the CDC calls persistent travelers’ diarrhea — it’s very likely that you have a parasite. SOME COMMON SYMPTOMS OF PARASITES ARE: nausea loss of appetite digestive complaints weight loss teeth grinding rashes itching rectum (especially at night) bloating constipation anemia heartburn lethargy agitation weakened immune system Candida “Yeast” Foul Smelling Gas Foul Smelling Breath Stomach Cramping Excessive Bloating Fatigue Bad Skin Headaches Sleep Disorders Muscle & Joint Aches Muscle Spasms Weight Gain Eczema Foggy Memory Malabsorption IBS Anemia/Low Iron Cystic Acne Poor Digestion Hair Loss Moodiness Constipation Indigestion Dry Skin Brittle Nails What Are Intestinal Parasites Intestinal parasites are parasites that can infect the gastro-intestinal tract of humans and other animals. They can live throughout the body, but most prefer the intestinal wall where they can leech and steal our vital nutrients and release harmful toxins into our bodies causing a long list of common and not so common ailments. How We Get Them Becoming infected with intestinal parasites is much easier and more common than most of us think. Parasites can easily get into the intestines by entering the mouth by eating uncooked or unwashed food, such as meat, poultry, seafood (fish in particular is full creepy worms and parasites), Even those of us that eat plant based diets are just as susceptible. In fact, the one downside to eating organic produce (besides the hefty price) is that little critters and parasites want to eat them too and if we don’t properly clean our vegetables we are surely infecting ourselves. Contamination can also happen by skin contact with larva infected soil. They can also be transferred by certain sexual acts such as anilingus. And even from traveling to places without clean water. Humans can also pick up certain parasites from pets, walking barefoot outside. As you can tell its quite easy to get them, they are simply apart of our environment. The problem is that it todays world, we are simply unaware that there is a need for routine cleansing. Parasites That Infect Humans Common parasites that affect humans, Pinworms (sometimes called threadworms) pinworms are among the most common parasites to infect children along with adults. Parents have often reported seeing threadworms in diapers. The most common symptoms of threadworms is anal itching, primarily at night when the adult worms crawl outside of the anus to lay their eggs. Tapeworms most people think of dogs when they think of tapeworms, although there are species of tapeworms that do infect humans. Much like the species that infects dogs, they also attach to the intestines where they leech and steal nutrients, often causing an insatiable appetite for food, even right after consuming a meal Roundworms, Hookworms, Blood Flukes. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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