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Parasite Comp Vermifuge (2 Ounces) Recent medical research suggests that three out of five Americans will be infected by parasites at some point in their lives. Living off the human body, these tiny organisms can contribute to a variety of acute and chronic illnesses, often going undetected, reproducing themselves year after year. Proper diagnosis and treatment is essential in order to maintain health and restore normal bodily functions. Illness can often result when disease-promoting parasites, which frequently contaminate food and water supplies, are ingested. Parasites can also infest the skin, as with scabies and lice, or can enter the bloodstream through insect bites, as with malaria and yellow fever. They can also deplete the body of essential nutrients, taxing and overwhelming the immune system, which can lead to serious illness and even death. Parasitic infection is usually evident within three to five days of exposure, sometimes beginning with explosive and watery diarrhea. Other symptoms may include intermittent diarrhea and constipation, indigestion, rashes, hives, gas, fatigue, and allergic reactions to food. If left untreated, rheumatoid and arthritic symptoms may emerge. Mucous in the stool, anorexia, cramping, constipation, nausea, vomiting, night sweats, and fever may also occur. The toxicity produced in extreme cases of parasite infestation can also cause blackouts, muscular and skeletal pain, wide swings in blood sugar levels, and menstrual irregularities. Although antibiotics and other drugs are often used to treat parasitic infections, such approaches can pose a threat to one’s overall health by upsetting the natural balance of the body’s own immunity, especially for those who are already immunosuppressed or chronically ill. Also, due to the toxicity of most of these drugs, they cannot be taken over an extended period of time, which can be a serious impediment in the treatment of Giardia and other long-standing, resistant protozoal infections. Many alternative physicians employ a multifaceted approach to treating parasitic infections. Among the options they make use of are diet and nutrition, and herbal medicine. Anise – Used internally for whooping cough, flatulence, colic-like pain, as a digestive, liver disease and tuberculosis. Anthelmintic properties. Betel – Antimicrobial and immune modulating. Used as an expectorant for stomach ailments. Buckthorn Extract – Used internally for constipation and as a diuretic in blood-purifying remedies. A bitter herb, which expels impurities. Honey – Used for sweetening and flavor. Promotes energy and healing. A natural antiseptic. Tobacco – Used for worm infestation, skin parasites and biliary flow disturbances. References: Alternative Medicine The Definitive Guide by The Burton Goldberg Group PDR For Herbal Medicines This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This material is the property of Natural Creations and The Academy of Integrative Medicine. Use of this material in part or whole is prohibited without prior written consent.
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