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This is strange -- male fern, maybe?
 
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This is strange -- male fern, maybe?


Strongyloides create clear mole-like things called papules all over your body. I have quite a few of them. I noticed someething very different when taking the Kroeger's Herbs. They started drying up and falling off. They are still drying up. I had one large "mole," or I thought it was, on my back that was in a very inconvenient place. It got hit by the water from the shower, and it would actually hurt. It festered and scabbed over, and started to peel off a layer at a time. As one layer would peel off, it would scab over again, and so on and now it's completely gone. Same with several papules on my left shoulder. They burst open, then scabbed up and fell off. I also had some others on my lower back and other places do the same thing.

I'm wondering if this was the male fern in the mixture that did this, because nothing else I have taken has ever affected them. Male fern is said to kill tapeworms, so I'm wondering if these weren't really just tiny encysted tapeworms. I'll never know, but it definitely killed something in there.

Anyone else ever had this happen? It seems my parasite disease is unlike anything anyone has ever seen before, because I'm always having this strange stuff happen to me.

I'm resting now and am feeling much better since I've been drinking veggie juice and seltzer water for a few days, but I'm thinking I'm definitely doing another round of Kroeger's, as it seems to kill things others don't.
 

 
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