Anti-Parasite

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Anti-Parasite

Description

Parasites can live in the intestines for years without causing symptoms.
When they do, symptoms include the following:

* Abdominal pain.
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Diarrhea.
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Nausea or vomiting.
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Gas or bloating.
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Dysentery.
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Rash or itching around the rectum or vulva.
* Stomach pain or tenderness.
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Feeling tired.
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Weight loss.
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Passing a worm in your stool.

Dosage and method of taking
3ml * 3 per day.
Preferably with a little warm water and wait 20 minutes for the alcohol to evaporate.

The formula
* Sizigium aromaticum
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Molmol Commifora, myrrh
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Thymus vul
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Juglans nigra

Thyme- Absorbent, flatulence, intestinal worm killer, anti-bacterial,
anti-viral, anti-fungal, tonic, antiseptic (airway), aromatic expectorant,

stimulant / warmer, stimulant / activator of vaccine, reduces phlegm,

nodule, bronchodilator, Antioxidant, Antispasmodic (Respiratory Sys
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tem), Antitussive.

Clove- Dried cloves contain essential compounds to strengthen the
immune system, cloves are considered one of the most powerful anti
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microbial plants available. It also acts as an enhancer of libido, cures

headaches, contains compounds that protect the DNA from changes

and more.

Myrrh- resin has anti-bacterial,
anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic

activity. It is one of the oldest plants

used in ancient herbal medicine, and is

also used in modern herbal

medicine. Also effective in cases of

various wounds and ulcers in the skin,

various infections of the

gastrointestinal tract, intestinal worms,

treatment of diabetes, joint diseases

and more. In traditional Chinese

medicine (mo yao), myrrh resin is

defined as bitter and dry and is used

topically to treat chronic wounds of the

skin as well as to treat menstrual

problems and internal infections.

Juglans nigra- come from the im-
mature fruit of the black walnut tree

(Juglans nigra). References to the use

of black walnut hulls date back to the

ancient Greeks and Romans, and they

have been used by many cultures

throughout history as an herbal tonic.

The black walnut tree is indigenous to

the Middle East, but is currently grown

in the U.S., Canada and Europe as well.

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