The shocking truth is that most people have some sort of parasite. With the biggest concern for patients being whether their parasites are causing diseases or health problems.
To test yourself for this dangerous and hard to remove illness, ask yourself if you have any of these common symptoms of intestinal parasites:
- Digestive issues, including unexplained diarrhea, constipation, or gas
- Skin problems, including eczema, rashes or itching
- Iron deficiency (requires testing)
- Ongoing yeast infections
- Joint and muscle pain
- Itching of the vagina or anus
- Fatigue, even after getting good sleep
- Always feeling hungry
- Teeth grinding during sleep
What to do if you have a parasite infection
If you have more than two of the above symptoms, it is safe to say a parasite infection is likely. You should see a doctor for testing to confirm you do have an infection. But, if you are looking for a way to solve the issue at home, here are some great options for a natural approach you can do by itself, or your can do along with medications given by your doctor.
- Oregano oil
- Black walnut
- Grapefruit seed extract
- Papaya seed
- Pumpkin seed
You should not take all of these. Instead find one supplement with a combination of these ingredients. But something to remember is that when you try to kill off and rid yourself of parasites, they release toxins as they die.
Without proper support while this is happening, your body could respond to this elevated toxin load with detox symptoms such as headaches or your current symptoms going to an extreme. So it’s important to remember to begin with a low dosage of any of these anti-parasitics, and work your way up. Eventually, your infection will go away.
Author: Steven Sinclaire