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7 Herbs, Fruits, And Nuts To Kill Internal Parasites

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Mother nature provides us with peace of mind with natural and effective remedies to fight internal parasites. Including these 7 foods in your diet could make your body a less attractive host to the numerous parasites in existence.

1. Garlic

1-Garlic

Perhaps the most versatile food item on this list, garlic is also a potent herb for medicinal benefits. It is especially useful for flushing out parasites such as giardia and roundworms.

2. Onion

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Onions contain sulfur compounds that are anti-parasitic. Onion juice is very effective for intestinal worms, especially tapeworm and thread worms. Drink 2 tsp. of onion juice twice a day for 2 weeks.

3. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

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Coconuts are a food packed with nutritional benefits thanks to their natural saturated fats. It’s the same fats that gives extra virgin coconut oil the ability to flush out internal parasites. It detoxifies your system and can prevent the development of flukes and giardia.

4. Pumpkin Seeds

4-Pumpkin-Seeds

Pumpkin seeds have a natural anthelmintic effect on the digestive system, meaning they can cure intestinal parasites. It doesn’t kill the worms outright, but it does help your body flush them out.

5. Papaya Seeds

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Papaya seeds are great for getting rid of intestinal parasites. The seeds have a distinct, slightly peppery flavor. They can be eaten as they are, or you can sprinkle them over salads and other dishes, just as you would use pumpkin seeds.

6. Pineapple

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This delicious fruit contains the digestive enzyme bromelain that helps to clear certain parasitic infections, such as tapeworms.

7. Almonds

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CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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