Parasites in the human body: symptoms and treatment

parasites live in walnuts

Since the invention of the microscope, everyone knows what lives in his body.a huge number of microorganisms. . . Many of them are irreplaceable participants in the processes of digestion, the production of hormones, vitamins, and enzymes. However, our body is alsonatural habitatvariousparasites, the number and species diversity of which is very impressive. They cause great harm to human organs and tissues, living in the circulatory system (malarial plasmodium), skin (lice and fleas) and in the internal cavities of the body (worms). The category of intracellular parasites includes pathogenic viruses and microbes that cause hepatitis, influenza, herpes, poliomyelitis, lymphogranulomatosis, AIDS and a number of other dangerous diseases. Is there salvation?

Descriptionsymptomsandmethods of strugglewith all kindsparasitesthe human body would require the creation of a solid multivolume work. I will confine myself to helminthic problems - diseases caused by parasitic worms (worms) and methods of their treatment.

More than 250 types of worms have been described by science,living in the human body. . . In addition, medical statistics indicate that almost 95% of humanity is infected with parasites and, in particular, worms. Therefore, none of us can say with complete certainty that it is not a repository of uninvited guests. Of course, these sad facts are not a reason to panic and urgently conduct an examination for the presence of helminths. However, to know the typicalsymptomatologyeveryone should know their presence.

The following main symptoms indicate the presence of parasites in the body:

  • weakness;
  • drastic weight loss;
  • unexplained weight gain and difficulty losing weight;
  • headaches of unknown origin;
  • tendency to diarrhea and gastrointestinal disorders;
  • skin diseases ranging from acne to hair loss, psoriasis and neurodermatitis;
  • reduced immunity, frequent manifestations of herpes and other infectious diseases;
  • insomnia.

Each of these symptoms may indicate a disorder not directly related to worms. However, if you have several problems from the above list at the same time, you should take steps to diagnose andcleansing the body of parasites. . .

Anyone who has carefully read the symptoms inherent in helminthic invasion, probably asked himself the question: why worms can cause weight gain, because they "draw juices from us", and do not supply additional food? In fact, there is no mystery here. Having settled in the intestines, the worms take valuable nutrients from our body and leave empty calories for it. To replenish them, the body needs more food, and this process inevitably leads to obesity.

What if the tests showed the presence of worms? What folk and phytotherapeutic methods of treatment can be used for parasitic invasions?

Among the mainanti-parasites(worms) traditional medicine recommendsherbs containing bitternessand having antimicrobial action. The effect of treatment increases manifold if complex antiparasitic herbal preparations are used, which have a detrimental effect not only on the parasites themselves, but also on their larvae.

Effective medicinal herbs for the expulsion of worms are knownsagebrushandtansy. . . The first plant is poisonous, so it is better to use it as part of an anthelmintic collection, in which the dosage regimen is indicated and the exact dosage is observed. Tansy should only be taken by adults. An infusion of this plant, popularly called a worm, is used against pinworms, roundworms and other types of worms.

elecampane in the fight against parasites

Roots have a wide spectrum of anthelmintic activityelecampane. . . With their help, you can get rid of parasites not onlyin the digestive organs, but alsoin the blood, nervous system and lungs.

Celandinegives a person not only relief from warts and skin rashes, but is also a good way to get rid oflamblia- a hard-to-remove type of worms parasitizing in the human liver. Use this plant as well aswild rosemary, it is best as part of a balanced anthelmintic collection, since self-medication can provoke poisoning.

Strongparalyzing effect on tapewormspossesses a decoction of the peel of fruits, flowers or bark of branchesgrenade. . . The same group of medicinal plants includes male fern, common thyme (thyme) and centaury.

A simple and reliable antiparasitic folk remedy, the moderate use of which can accompany the fight against worms, isgarlic. . . The burning essential oils of this plant irritate the receptors on the skin of the worms, and they begin to move, trying to escape from the aggressive environment. However, with ascariasis, garlic should be eaten with caution, since not all roundworms, penetrating into the stomach, die from hydrochloric acid. Some of them can enter the esophagus or respiratory tract.

Another useful herbal anthelmintic drug is pumpkin seed.. . . The thin green shell that covers the seeds contains a substance that causesroundworms have muscle paralysis. . .Pumpkin seeds are especially effective for pinworms. . . For the destruction of roundwormsimple intake of pumpkin seeds brings little benefit, much better to consumepumpkin seed oil: Add it to salads or cereal side dishes instead of regular sunflower.

Eating cardamom, ginger and cinnamon regularlywill give preventiondevelopment of intestinal helminthiasis.

Despite the tremendous benefits of medicinal herbs in the fight against parasites, one should not forget about other important rules for the treatment of helminthic invasions. . .

The first is switching to a vegetarian diet.with an abundance of raw vegetables, nuts, herbs and fruits. Its main purpose is to deprive parasites of food., which is based on meat and milk, which we consume almost every day. These foods are slow to digest and thereforeserve as a breeding ground for worms.Those who fear, along with the exclusion of milk from the diet, deprive their body of calcium, should use fermented milk products. In them, milk casein is in an easy-to-digest form.

The second point isincreasing the body's immunityby supporting the bodies that play a key role in this process. The main one is the spleen, which renews our blood and produces lymphocytes - the body's anticancer defenders.

Those who happily escaped the removal of appendicitis should remember that this part of the intestine is undeservedly classified as unnecessary atavisms. It is an important laboratory of our body, where B vitamins are produced and beneficial microorganisms live, without which the intestineswill not be able to work normally. . .

black walnut in the fight against parasites

Therefore, try to stick to the correct diet and take antihelminthic medications regularly:Antiparasitic collection of herbs(2 weeks course at least 2 times a year) ortincture of black walnutcourse 1 month 1 time per year. itrelieve your appendix of roundwormswho visit him regularly to replenish vitamin B stores. As a result of such visits, inflammation occurs, which can lead to the need to remove the appendix. This deprives the body of essential vitamins, which further leads to various diseases.

The third point of the fight against worms was briefly and succinctly formulated by the Athonite monks, although, in fact, this rule is broader and more universal.

"If you want a sweet life - drink and eat bitter,if you want a bitter life in sorrows and illnesses, eat and drink sweets. "

By eliminating flour and sweets from our diet or reducing to a minimum, wewe deprive of worms and parasitesbreeding ground for development. A vivid example of the practical adherence to this dictum is the nutrition of the peoples of the southern countries. Here, most dishes are based on bitterness and hot spices. Without their use in hot climates, it is extremely difficult to protect yourself from parasites.

Returning to phytotherapeutic methods of treatment, it should be noted that in order tocleansing the body of parasites was successful, the intake of medicinal antiparasitic herbs must be combined with enemas that will help remove the toxins left after the death of the worms. An alternative option may be the parallel intake of laxative infusions of buckthorn bark, flax seed, senna, which are often mandatory components of antiparasitic preparations. The fees also need to include anti-inflammatory, soothing herbs that will not give "stomach ache", which is why complex fees are always preferable to separately taken anthelmintic herbs.

A good exampleantiparasitic collection of a wide spectrum of action(for different types of helminths) is the collection of the following composition: tansy flowers 3 parts, chamomile 2, mistletoe leaf 2, mint 1, eucalyptus 1, wormwood herb 1, thyme 3, agaric 2, centaury 2, knotweed 1, celandine 1, wild rosemary 1, dandelion 2, calamus roots 2, elecampane 1, valerian 1, buckthorn bark 1. To prepare the infusion, a tablespoon of herbs should be brewed with a glass of boiling water. Insist 30 minutes. Strain. Drink a glass of infusion for at least 2 weeks in the morning and evening. With severe helminthic lesions, extend the course to a month, rest for 2 weeks and you can startblack walnut treatment.It is more pleasant (no bitter taste like herbal infusion), but no less effective. The course of treatment with black walnut tincture is 2 months. In parallel, you must take pumpkin seed oil orPumpkin oil balm(pumpkin oil mixed with milk thistle oil 1: 1 and adding a few drops of peppermint oil) 1 dessert spoon 3 times a day to prevent constipation.

Be healthy! Find time to prevent diseases, then much less of it will be needed for treatment.