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Re: What Iíve Learned (Battling Intestinal Roundworms)
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Re: What Iíve Learned (Battling Intestinal Roundworms)

The only reason I didn't recommend this for the newsletter was because you didn't mention anything about taking breaks periodically to let eggs hatch out. The mothers put off hormones that prevent their eggs from hatching as long as they are alive, so they don't have to compete with their brood for food. The eggs respond to anti-parasitical herbs the same way as they do the mother's hormones. They won't hatch out if you take the herbs continuously. That is also why they come back to prolifically. One female worm can lay 200K eggs per day. When she dies, the infection can increase exponentially and you can get really sick. That is also why people should not start a parasite cleansing program unless they are committed to cleansing regularly, off and on, until all the eggs have had a chance to hatch out, and they have cleaned up the larva.

Madagascar cloves is the one thing that has helped me the most with ascaris.

I save money by ordering raw herbs in bulk by the pound. I make really strong teas and do enemas with it. I grind them in a coffee grinder, sift through a tea strainer, and put in capsules. I make tinctures that are stronger than anything you can buy in the store.

I agree with everything you say. Your story is similar to mine. I got out wads of Ascaris when I found the madagascar cloves. Right now I only know of one place to get it and that is Sacred Medicine Sanctuary dot come

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