8 Herbs That Kill Intestinal Parasites Naturally
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Internal parasites can cause various digestive and intestinal problems. Here are 8 magic herbs that will help you get rid of these parasites naturally.
This might be surprising but internal parasites in our digestive system is very common. There are various kinds of parasites in our body, but most of them are found in our intestine. These parasites cause digestive tract problems that you may not even be aware of. Tapeworms, pinworms, ascariasis and hookworms are a few common intestinal parasites. Beware these parasites can cause some serious issues and disturb your health. But do not worry, here are 8 magical herbs that will help you get rid of the internal parasites naturally.
Garlic is the most common herb known to man for digestive problems. It is effective in fighting against bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites and cancer. It helps eradicate blood sucking parasites like ticks, fleas and mosquitoes. Garlic can be consumed by adding it to cooked dishes or adding a mashed garlic in your green tea.
Clove, a common kitchen spice is an antimicrobial, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal much like garlic. The parasites lay eggs in your intestine and essential clove oil helps in dissolving these eggs thereby killing the eggs. Clove when taken along with wormwood and black walnuts is very powerful as this combination breaks the parasite’s life-cycle altogether. Clove can be used as a spice flavour in almost all foods and sometimes in baked goods too.
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is a plant that has small yellow – green flowers. Wormwood is actually used to eliminate intestinal worms, especially roundworms and pinworms. Scientific research also shows that it even kills cancer cells and be used to treat anorexia, insomnia, anemia, a lack of appetite, flatulence, stomach aches, jaundice and indigestion. To get rid of those intestinal parasites, make yourself a wormwood tea.
The thyme plant stimulates the thymus, a major immune gland in your body’s immune system. Thyme naturally stimulates natural defenses in your body. The oil of this plant can not only eliminate growth of many parasites but also kill them in the intestinal tract. Fresh thyme leaves can be used in any dish with a combination of spices such as oregano, rosemary or marjoram.
5. Oregano Oil
Oregano is a herb that is very effective in eliminating bacteria, fungi, virus and other parasites. Oregano oil can be used against all problems related to virus, fungi or parasites. This oil is rich in free radicals- crushing antioxidants. Owing to its highly antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic and antiviral, it has the ability to reset the microbial environment in human intestines. Oregano oil can be used as an essential oil or tincture.
6. Black Walnut Nuts And Hulls
The nuts and green hulls of the black walnut help cleanse the blood and intestines. The black walnut’s hull is powerful and is effective in elimination fungal infections. The juice of the green hulls can be used to kill intestinal parasites. This herb can be used internally as tincture.
7. Diatomaceous Earth
Diatomaceous earth absorbs E. coli, viruses, methyl mercury, various toxins, organophosphate pesticide residues and drug residues. It can kill intestinal parasites, destroy viruses, balance the intestinal flora and absorb any toxins that are harmful for you. Although this herb is effective in cleansing intestine, inhaling this herb can cause irritation in your lungs. Start with 0.5 teaspoons, gradually up to 2 tablespoons mixed with 4 ounces of water. Consume it in on an empty stomach with 8 ounces of water immediately and drink lots of water during the day.
8. Chinese Goldthread
Goldthread (Coptis chinensis) is a herb used in the traditional Chinese medicine. It is used for all types of infections, including parasitic, bacterial, yeast and protozoan. This herb has an ingredient called berberine, which widens its spectrum of antimicrobial properties. This herb can be best consumed in a cup of tea.
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