If you think you have a parasite in the colon, there's a pretty good chance you are right.
It's hard to believe, but it is quite common for people to have undetected worm infections in their gastrointestinal tract. The parasite worms can be smaller than an inch or greater than 20 feet in length (Now that is hard to believe, I know).
Of course, not all parasites are worms. There are different types of parasites, including bacteria and viruses. So even if you don't have a parasite worm, it is still likely that you are housing some form of parasite infection.
The colon is such a "homey" place for parasites to hang out. The walls of the colon produce a layer of mucus to protect itself against unwelcome visitors, like toxins and bacteria from things we eat or accidentally ingest. After a few days the colon will shed that layer of mucus and clear itself out. That is, of course, if it is safe to do so.
Unfortunately, with the modern diet so many of us consume, we are constantly feeding ourselves processed foods with preservatives, additives, and various chemicals. We are also exposed to so many carcinogens and free radicals that things work a little bit differently.
Instead of shedding the mucus lining, the colon has to continually fight, fight, fight. So, layer upon layer of mucus is added to the walls of the intestine. It starts to accumulate toxins and fecal matter which all develop into mucoid plaque. This makes a warm, inviting, environment for parasites to call home.
If you have symptoms of a parasite in the colon, you can cleanse your colon naturally with herbs, juices, diets, or other natural remedies.
I prefer the herbal remedy called Herbal Fiberblend because it it is a blend of psyllium fiber along with 17 different herbs that are very effective in clearing out the colon.
Delicious Juice Concoctions For Parasite Removal:
If you are doing a parasite cleanse, here are a few juice blends that will aid in the process and enhance your results.
Folklore Remedy For Worms:
I thought you might enjoy a particular folklore remedy I read about that calls for ground pumpkin seeds. You grind up 8 ounces of pumpkin seed and mix it with fresh fruit juice.
Children are to drink 8 ounces and adults 16 ounces of this mixture. After 2 hours, take 2 tablespoons of castor oil, but don't go far from the toilet!
I'm not certain how effective that remedy is, but I don't suppose it would do you any harm to give it a try.
If one person in the family has worms or a parasite in the colon, it is more than likely that others do, too. It is wise for everyone to undergo the cleanse together to keep from passing them back and forth.
To your good health!
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