Take This 3-Herb Mixture Every Day On An Empty Stomach To Kill Intestinal Parasites And Their Eggs
Many people think that parasites exist in warm, tropical climates only, but the truth is that parasites infest every part of the world. Anyone can get infested with them through food and drinks, and having a parasite inside your body brings numerous health problems, so it’s crucial you remove them as soon as possible.
What are parasites?
Parasites are microorganisms that live inside a person’s body and feed of their nutrients. There are different types of parasites and they can be present in different areas of the body. The most common form are intestinal worms which cause pain, fatigue, hunger, irregular bowel movements and skin problems.
Parasites are harmful because they steal nutrients from the body and release toxins in the blood which cause further problems. They are often difficult to get rid of, since they lay eggs in the body that hatch after one generation dies.
An efficient herbal tea that removes parasites
500 mg. of powdered cloves
200 mg. of wormwood
Black walnut shell extract
2 tablespoons of organic honey
Stir the cloves, wormwood and black walnut hull into 16 oz. of water, then add the honey to sweeten the drink.
How does it work?
The tea is effective due to the ability of its ingredients to fight parasites. Wormwood, as the name suggests, got its name because it was used to eliminate intestinal parasites in medieval times. It contains sesquiterpene lactones, compounds that can damage the parasite’s protective membrane. Black walnuts kill parasites due to their juglone content, which prevents the parasites from metabolizing nutrients from the body. The parasites’ eggs are not affected by these two ingredients, but this is where cloves step in – they contain an oil that dissolves the casing of the eggs, leaving them exposed and vulnerable.
As you start consuming the tea, you will feel tired and nauseated as the body fights the parasites, and the black walnut’s effects may require frequent bathroom trips. However, some of the parasites that live outside of the gastrointestinal tract may resist the tea, so if the symptoms of the infection are not gone after a while, you need to visit a doctor.