What they seem to be leaving out of their "trials" on parasite
"healing" are studies on how those very parasites
can cause damage in other ways. Is my tax money going for those studies? Rhetorical Q.
If you didn't get many parasites
out, I bet you did not have a very strong protocol.
worked for me and some others for those who want to try something natural, plus much other info re candida, mercury, etc. which, like parasites, are often in the body but not suspected.
Re the topic of enemas sometimes mentioned in the link above, I am adding a personal feeling of caution about colonics
- professionally done high colonic
enemas. I have seen them really depleting people's energy, though some really like them. They do flush out a lot of good bacteria & probiotics along with the junk.
There is really no data that I know of to show that good bacteria can be replaced by over the counter supplements, or even things like acidophilus yogurt, kefir etc., after such a highly invasive wash of the intestines. (You can tell if your yogurt or kefir has live probiotics by adding a heaping tbsp. to regular milk, then letting it sit for 8 -16 hours. If it’s the real stuff the milk will thicken and give you more yogurt or kefir.) Maybe so, maybe no, but there is new info coming out that low probiotics in the gut can cause things like Depression
(see Dr. Mercola & Dr. Marsha Campbell’s Youtube vid for example) and even possibly things like autism if the mother's probiotics are too low and she doesn't pass enough onto her baby in the birth canal or through her milk.
There are other ways to clean out the intestines, for example some like Blessed Herbs, some like Oxypowder
. Simply adding more roughage & drinking more water can be effective.
I'm no expert on any of that, just presenting what I worry may be a potential hazard. Mho.