Is it Time for an Internal Spring Clean?

Although not a nice thought, it’s a fact that parasites are everywhere, and being host to them is part of being human. Usually, our immune system keeps them in check, but if we become overloaded, parasites cause oxidative stress and damage to the body.

Humans are host to almost 400 different species of parasites with some known to affect cognitive thinking and decision making. Toxoplasma gondii is one such species which infects around 50% of the population worldwide. So, if parasites are controlling our thoughts, then eradicating them will better prepare us to overcome the parasitic entities manipulating the collective consciousness.

How are parasites contracted?

There are many ways in which parasites are spread, from undercooked or unwashed food to water, air, touch and walking barefoot. A body overloaded with heavy metals, plastics or toxins is a perfect environment for parasites, allowing them to multiply and wreak havoc.


Sugar cravings, rashes, sleep problems, itching, dry skin and brittle hair, as well as detox symptoms like coughs, colds and flu are all symptoms of parasites, and whilst it may not be beneficial to irradicate them all, a parasite cleanse several times a year is a good idea.

How to get rid of parasites

You can support your body with water fasts, ozone therapy, colonic therapy and herbs, but it’s important to be prepared for die-off symptoms, so start off slowly and increase as necessary, or consult an alternative health practitioner.

The best anti-parasitic herbs and supplements are:

  • Nutmeg essential oil (effective against T. gondii)
  • Oregano oil
  • Clove oil
  • Wormwood
  • Black walnut oil
  • Papaya seeds
  • Berberine
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Curcumin
  • Ginger
  • Grapefruit seed extract

If you’re looking for a daily antiparasitic supplement, try Cymbiotika’s new complex formula ParaX.

Louisa Lynne

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