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8 Herbs That Naturally Kill Internal Parasites

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Parasites, like candida, worms, and flukes, are those creations of nature who make millions suffer with their presence in the gut. It is quite difficult to guess if you’re a host of one of them right now.

Though it is not advisable to pop a pill or drink a tonic after listening to your gut instincts, these eight herbs will help you get rid of them without you realizing about it. 1

1. Garlic

1-Garlic

This food should be named anti-everything. Be it cough, cold, flu, pain, inflammation, and parasites, garlic can fight all.

2. Black Walnuts

2-Black-Walnuts

These little magicians cleanse your blood and intestines. Juice the nut hulls to extract all the goodness out of it, drink in a gulp, and let it extract all the bad out of your tummy.

3. Wormwood

3-Wormwood

An appropriate name that this one has gotten, wormwood is a perennial shrub with bright yellow-green flowers. The leaves and flowers of this plant works well against parasites coiled in your gut.

4. Clove

4-Clove

The essential oil of clove destroys all the eggs of the parasites laying in the intestinal tract. Cloves are also anti-bacterial, antiviral, and with other antimicrobial properties.

5. Thyme

5-Thyme

One of the best herbs used to stimulate your thymus gland and awaken body’s natural defense system to fight against the parasites.

6. Oregano Oil

6-Oregano-Oil

Packed with strong antioxidants, this oil prevents free radical damage. It is commonly used for anti-parasitic, antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties.

7. Chinese Goldthread

7-Chinese-Goldthread

A traditional Chinese remedy for infections of different kinds, including bacterial, parasitic, yeast and protozoan types.

8. Diatomaceous Earth

8-Diatomaceous-Earth

The ability to absorb methyl mercury, E. Coli, endotoxins, viruses, and synthetic drug residues makes this an excellent intestine cleaner.

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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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