You seem to have already made up your mind on the course of treatment, but here is what I experienced with tapeworms. I discovered tapeworm larva in some large, irregular stones after my 17th liver flush. At the time I was out of work and could not afford a commercial parasite cleanse. I used some black walnut capsules, cayenne tincture, coconut oil and raw pumpkin seeds everyday for weeks. I also tried Clark's CoQ10 doseage since I had some already. One evening during a white vinegar enema I passed an eighteen inch tapeworm intact-head and all.
Chances are the mamma tapeworm is in your bowel. However the larva will migrate into the liver.
The only advice I can give is to keep the critters irritated. Tapeworms hate raw pumpkin seeds, brown rice and coconut oil. They dislike cayenne and garlic too.
By the way I believe Humaworm (RG) is right, tapeworms will adapt to the black walnut hulls if taken on a regular basis. Try mixing things up and try those vinegar enemas. They are not a load of fun, but they do seem to work. You have to get rid of the adult worms in the gut as well the larva in the liver. Hit them with herbal remedies, foods that nourish you and irritate them and enemas.