Parasite Cleansing Recipes


Parasites are organisms that feed on and live in another host (me and you). 

Parasites are not friendly.  They are foreign to your body. 

In their effort to survive, they live off the food you eat, and they steal your nutrition before you even get it.  Parasites thrive, lay eggs and reproduce in your body.  They secrete toxins, attach themselves to the walls of your colon, and suck your blood.  They seek out the organs of the body and areas of tissue damage, heavy metal accumulation or weakness.  They set up residence in your body, weaken your immune system and cause disease.

Parasites and their residue, along with putrefying fecal matter will be re-circulating through your body, creating a toxic and dangerous health hazard for you.  Parasites could be the big reason you are not as healthy as you would like to be.

It is most important to make sure your body is eliminating regularly while beginning your parasite cleanse.  You must be moving your bowels 1-3 times per day.  If you are not eliminating regularly, you could be recirculating dead parasites.  This is a BAD idea.

For this reason, begin at the Colon Cleanse Ideas page.  Only when your bowels are moving regularly, are you ready to begin your Parasite Cleanse.

Since this site is all about doing-it-yourself, we are limiting ourselves to items around the house or items you can purchase at the grocery store or even the health food store.  I have compiled some parasite remedies people have used around the world.  Pick some and try them out.

  • Hulda Clark Herbal Parasite Program – See the 30-day Herbal Parasite Program
  • Pumpkin Seeds – traditionally used for eliminating roundworms and tapeworms.  Chew the seeds or mash them up and mix with juice.
  • Cloves – chew cloves as a breath freshener, grind in a coffee grinder and put in gel capsules.  This is part of the Hulda Clark Herbal Parasite Program.  Use in foods in the kitchen as much as possible.  Cloves have been used to kill parasite eggs in the intestinal tract
  • Garlic – roast bulbs of garlic as a vegetable in the oven, add to soups and stews and stir fry, crush or mince fresh and add to avocado, and sandwich fillings, or add to homemade salad dressings.  Mix minced garlic in some butter, spread on bread and toast in the oven.
  • Pineapple – contains the digestive enzyme bromelain.  A diet rich in pineapple can help to clear certain parasites such as tapeworms.
  • Papaya Seeds – contain enzymes that help to digest protein.  Chew them.  They are hot as mustard seeds.  Papaya seed salad dressing tastes great.
  • Anise Seeds – star anise is available in some grocery stores in the international section.  We add it to chicken and vegetable soup.  Boil up some stars in a pot of water and drink the water. 

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