Intestinal parasites and worms are never beneficial. They attach to the lining of the intestines, usually live off the food we eat and damage our intestinal cells. They can go unnoticed or cause nutritional deficiencies and other symptoms.
Its laxative effect helps to cleanse from parasites while some compounds it contains are thought to kill parasites by enriching the blood with oxygen. Its use should be done under the care of a health professional as it is a strong preparation.
Care must be taken in dosage and use, but in the right amounts it can be one of the most effective pest treatments in the herbal world.
Their effectiveness is attributed to an enzyme they contain that breaks down the parasites.
Pomegranate tree bark
Its ability to flush out intestinal parasites with its astringent properties adds to the fruit’s already long list of uses for human health.
Clove essential oil is used to dissolve the eggs of worms found in the intestines. It is believed to be the only herb that actually destroys almost all pest eggs.
Its essential oil can eliminate the growth of many pests.
Oil of oregano
It is an effective and convenient way to deal with pests. A few drops in a glass of water up to three times a day is enough.
Alternative medicine practitioners sometimes recommend certain nutritional strategies to treat intestinal parasites that include:
Temporary abstinence from coffee, refined sugar, alcohol and processed foods.
Eating foods rich in fiber keeps the gastrointestinal system healthy. Replace white rice and bread with brown rice and multigrain bread or rye and eat legumes more often
more raw garlic and onion.
Increase intake of pineapple, beets, almonds, flaxseed, carrots, sweet potato, pumpkin and other foods high in beta-carotene.
Consuming probiotics that will restore the beneficial bacteria in the gut.
More extra virgin coconut oil, because of the natural saturated fats that wash away parasites and prevent their growth.
Add pumpkin seeds to your dish that have a natural anti-parasitic effect. The curcumbitin they contain paralyzes the parasites so they cannot attach to the intestines and are thus removed through digestion.
Consume berries that, due to the polyphenols they contain, are used as traditional medicines for intestinal parasites.