Parasite in Mexico?
I'm wondering if I picked up a parasite in Mexico when I traveled to Mexico about one year ago.
When I came back I never felt quite right and still don't today. I hardly ever have an appetite and have constant diarrhea every morning when I wake up.
Sometimes the stomach pains I have make it extremely difficult to eat, and when I am able to force something down I get full very quickly.
It comes and goes. For example, I will go through a month period where it is unbearable and then another month where I feel close to normal.
No doctor has been able to pinpoint what this is. What is it?!
You wouldn't be the first person to pick up a parasite in Mexico, that's for sure!
When my husband last visited Mexico he told me how he had to keep buying bottles of Coke because you absolutely couldn't drink the water. I suppose that may depend on the part of the country you visit.
I wish I could say, "Hey, you have such-and-such parasite," but I can't guess! :)
What I CAN say is that you obviously have some type of intestinal disorder that is giving you the stomach upset and the diarrhea. Diarrhea is almost always a sign that your body is trying to expel something nasty from your colon. My suggestion:
Get yourself 3 pots of Herbal Fiberblend
bottles of Florafood
The Herbal Fiberblend
is a combination of 17 anti-parasitic and anti-fungal herbs in a psyllium powder form. You just mix it in water twice per day for a month, starting with 1 tsp. at a time and working your way up to 1 tablespoon. It's excellent for a gentle but very thorough intestinal cleanse.
is a combination of 3 probiotics that build up the good/friendly bacteria in your intestines that your body needs to fight bacteria, parasites, etc., and maintain digestive health. Take 1 capsule 2 times per day with meals.Faithfully
use these supplements for 3 months and there is a very good chance that you'll be back to your normal self - pre Mexico trip - for good. :)
If you take the supplements and aren't satisfied with the results, they are 100% guaranteed and you can ask AIM for your money back. That's the commitment they give to their customers because they know their quality is good.
Now, I can't personally guarantee
that they will 'cure' your problem, of course (not legally or otherwise), but if you did pick up a parasite in Mexico, I feel very confident in recommending this as a very real natural solution.
If you DO use the supplements, I want to hear back from you on how they worked for you, okay? No fair not coming back to brag!
You can order the AIM products here
and save on the retail prices (these are the cheapest US prices available).To your good health!
P.S. If money isn't a major issue with you, you may want to consider a couple of the other AIM supplements to speed up the healing process (eg. Prepzymes, Composure, Garden Trio).