Asafoetida is the main ingredient used in this preparation invention patent. A very informative read describing ~many~ different parasite
infections,(resistant/non-resistant/preventative), and the results after treatment using simple preparations of Asafoetida.
Wow... I have some that's just been sitting on the shelf, who knew this stuff was that good?! Has anyone else had any success with Asafoetida?
"This invention relates to an agent which may be used to expel parasites
from humans, mammals or birds. The agent of the invention may a vegetable product, Ferula Assafoetida, which is very effective in expelling parasites.
Asafoetida (Ferula assafoetida) is a plant belonging to the family of the Umbelliferae (or the Apiaceae), or the umbellifer family. Asafoetida is a herb originally from Persia which is often used in India. It has a very strong penetratingly unpleasant smell and is used in small quantities in particular dishes. Asafoetida also appears to be a traditional remedy for chronic bronchitis and flatulence.
It has been found that asafoetida has an increased efficacy in expelling parasites. Expelling parasites
denotes combating, stunning and/or killing parasites. Whole, broken or cut asafoetida, parts of the plant such as the leaves, flowers, stalks and roots can be used for this purpose in dried or fresh form.
It has been found that asafoetida expels parasites
from infected animals by applying the compound only one time. Another embodiment of the invention is Asafoetida or a preparation of asafoetida for expelling parasites, by administering asafoetida one time to the animal, or the person infected with parasites.
It has been found that asafoetida shows efficacy after a short time. It has been found that asafoetida has an expelling effect after two-seven days.
Due to the fast increasing resistances occurring in helminth that is developed against a known chemical class of anthelminthics, there is a need for a new substance, which acts in a different way and belongs to another class of medicines, for combating parasites in animals as well as humans."