Parasite Infection From A Trip To The Tropics
by Max Wheeler
(Sonora, CA USA)
I think I have a parasite infection from a trip to the tropics. About a week and a half into my trip I developed a slight lower abdominal pain just barely pushing like a finger to make it noticeable.
Since I have been back it has traveled all around my abdominal area, mostly now on the left.
It's been over a month, and I decided to get wormwood, black walnut, apple cider vinegar, onions, kelp, yogurt, garlic, psyllium husks powder, and pumpkin seed. Some are in capsules others have to be drank.
Above all the pain disappeared in a day. I will give this a while to surely find out if it's truly working.
Hope this helps anyone with my symptoms.
Yes, it does sound like you picked up a parasite infection from your trip to the tropics. It's really so easy to get a parasite infection, particularly when you travel to foreign parts.
These days, you don't have to even go out of your own town to be affected by parasites.
You've made good choices in your chosen treatment method. Much of what you have selected is included in the Herbal Fiberblend Formula
so I'm not surprised you're getting such quick results.
The only other thing I would encourage you to add is some probiotics. The good bacteria will help to replenish the proper balance of friendly bacteria needed in your gut. Some good brands to consider are Florafood
, Dr. Whitaker's Pearl Biotics
, or Dr. Williams' Probiotic Advantage
. You can count on the high quality of all three of those.
Thanks for sharing your experience with the rest of us. To your good health!