Parasites and How to Get Rid of Them!

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ParasitesWhether you know it or not, it is common to be living with pesky parasites within your body. This may seem like some third world myth, but just because we live in America doesn’t mean this is false. The ways of contracting a parasite vary; you could accidentally eat contaminated meat, swim in a pond of lake with these critters, or even smell a flower crawling with microscopic worms.

I’m sure your skin is crawling from this piece of information, but no worries! I am here to help by giving you valuable knowledge on how to kill these parasites so you can be healthy and happy.tummy ache

Before I delve into the good stuff, I’d like to name some symptoms so you can decide if the treatments are right for you. These symptoms are a little embarrassing to admit, but it’s important to be in tune with your body to know if it needs attention.

Symptoms of having a parasite:

  • Lowered immune system and constant illness
  • Rectal itching, especially at night
  • Constant tiredness
  • Difficulty sleeping and waking up
  • Bloating and gas
  • Sensitivity to food and chemicals
  • Sweet and/or starchy food cravings
  • Intestinal cramps
  • Endometriosis
  • Brain fog
  • Anxiety/depression
  • Floaters of spots in your eyes
  • Muscle or joint aches
  • Constipation or diarrhea
  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Bad breath

Now I am going to introduce you to a parasite cleanse that I’ve found to be extremely helpful. It’s by Dr. Hulda Clark and it’s very thorough.

What you’ll need:

  • Green Hull Black Walnut tincture
  • Wormwood capsules (200-300 mg)
  • Clove capsules (500 mg)

Green hull black walnut tincture:

First off, make sure its GREEN HULL. This kind is the only kind that will work. Dr. Clark has some but she has named it Black Walnut Extra Strength. Put the recommended dosage into a half cup of water and sip slowly while on a full stomach. Avoid using sweeteners. You may also put it into an empty capsule if you have trouble with the taste. Do this once a day for eighteen days.black walnut

Wormwood:

This one is a little tricky. The first day take one, second day take one. Third day take two, fourth day take two. Fifth and sixth day, take three. Seventh and eighth day, take four. Ninth and tenth day, take five. Eleventh and twelfth day take six. And then for the next four days take seven. Then you will continue to take seven  once a week for as long as you wish to stay parasite free. Take on an empty stomach.

Clove:

Take three times a day at mealtime. First day, take one capsule three times a day. Second day, take two capsules three times a day. Third day, and forward until day 12, take three capsules three times a day. After the 12th day, switch to three a day. Do this for as long as you wish to stay parasite free.clove

These three remedies must be used together but as separate ingredients. Only if you use them together will you rid yourself of parasites. If you kill only the adults, the tiny stages and eggs will grow into adults. If you kill only eggs, the adults and larvae will make more.

 

While you are doing your cleanse, it is important to eat according to your plan. There are plenty of foods that help to get rid of parasites. Here are some:

Garlic – Natural antiparasitic and antibiotic. Supports bowel movements and detoxification.

Vegetables – Green leafy veggies with high nutrient content help the body get rid of toxins. Veggies rich in anti-oxidants like cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, sweet potatoes, and blueberries help feed the bodies organs and glands that are infected with parasites.

Apple Cider Vinegar – it will keep your stomach free from any parasites and eliminate larvae you accidentally eat.

Papaya – great and powerful remedy for getting rid of tapeworms and most intestinal worms

Pineapple – contains an antiparasitic enzyme called bromelain.

Pumpkin seeds – used for eliminating tapeworms and roundworms.

Foods to avoid:

Sugar – Sugar feeds parasites. Its best to avoid these kinds of foods to starve parasites off their energy and fuel.

Refined Carbs – these are cakes, breads, cookies, cereal and pasta. These burden an already strained system that’s infected with parasites.

 

I hope this information will help you guys prioritize your overall health. It’s important to be as healthy as possible throughout our lives. We are only here for a short while.

Healthy Food In Summer

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It is summer – the most amazing time of the year! Time passes by really quickly, and this is my last blog for GCC. So I’d like to write something I’m really good at, which is food. I especially love fresh and healthy food! So here are some fresh, healthy, and delicious choices for you to enjoy the summer!

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  • Watermelon
  • Peach
  • Blueberry
  • Cherry

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  • Tomato
  • Cucumber
  • Pepper

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  • Iced Tea
  • Iced Coffee

It’s been a good time, sharing what I know with all of you here, and I hope my blogs have been helpful. I’ve graduated from GCC today, and I’m going home for summer and coming back for St. John’s University in NYC. Hopefully, I’ll still get a chance to see you and share something wonderful with you.

Have a nice summer!

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Spring Break Is Coming!

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After tomorrow, the spring break is really coming! Have you already planned out your spring break? To make this year’s spring break fantastic and memorable, here are some tips to stay safe, healthy, and organizing.

  • Have a plan

First, know what you need and what you want. Go on a trip? Keep company with family? Get some rest? Or catch up on homework? Think about what you need and schedule out a plan to follow. Make sure you’re not missing anything.

  • Watch your step

The most important thing is your safety. There might be some fun but high-risk activities out there. Think one more time before making a decision about to do or not.

  • Protect yourself from the sun

Getting a little sunshine can bring a lot of benefits, but staying under the sun too much can also cause some problems. If you’re going on a beach or outside for a day, it’ll be always better to wear sunscreen all the time to protect your skin. You can also wear sunglasses for protecting your eyes.

  • Be active

You’ve probably been sitting in front of books and computers so much for school. It is time for you to get some exercise and relax your body. As the weather is getting much warmer, going hiking, walking, or swimming sounds like a good idea.

  • Eat healthy

Do some exercise, and also eat healthy. Because of college life, you’ve been probably not eating healthy. Now it’s the time to think about eating and have a variety of foods. Good nutrition should be a part of healthy lifestyle.

  • Do not forget about college

This is what I really want to say – don’t forget you’re still enrolled at college. Some students forget about college totally and give up on classes after spring break. Think about this spring break as a new beginning to make this semester better. Catch up on your missed homework and work ahead to make the future easier. If you think you’re failing one class, go to talk to the professor after spring break and see what you can do. Use this time as a physical and a mental break. Have fun, but also incorporate work that will go toward your future study and career.

Relax, refresh, and renew.

Have a nice break!

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