I don't disagree with everything you are saying but my point in all this is there a reason people use parasite medications. There are studies done in Africa with drugs like praziquantel that aren't based on the U.S. medical system. The drugs can actually be pretty cheap there.
A number of alternative medicine doctors even prescribe parasite medications because in some cases they can be more effective than herbs.
Check out this article by Dr. Yu - he is an alternative medicine doctor and basically says you need to use strong parasite killers to beat them. You can check out his website he is also into diet, vitamin and alternative treatments but for parasites uses medications in addition to herbs. -
"One of the biggest mistakes using the dose based on PDR (Physicians’ Desk Reference) is that it may not be a lethal dose to kill parasites. Partially injured parasites start moving around the body looking for a safe place to hide and cause much greater side effects unless you give a high lethal dose to kill them.
I call the idea the Big Whack Theory on parasites which is based on my own empirical experiences during my U.S. Army peacekeeping mission in Bolivia in 2001.
Higher doses of combinations of parasite medications often give less side effects than using low dose parasite medications. The US Army Combat Casualty Care Course (C4) dictates that, “Superior Fire Power is the Best Preventive Medicine”. If you use a low dose of parasite medications, you might be engaged in a Whack a Mole game of never ending hide and seek."