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Re: Scattered infection - What happened?
 
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Re: Scattered infection - What happened?


If you can move them, you can move them out of the body. Or you can give up, let them eat you alive, and enjoy the slow murderous death. It is when they get stuck and won't move that you are about to die. Getting rid of them requires due diligence. Most people start getting them when they are small children. But they don't do anything about it until many years later when they feel horrible and begin to think they might die. But they want to get rid of them in two weeks. If you try to detox that fast, your immune system will be overwhelmed and shut down. Then you will die. If you plan on spending one month cleansing for every year you have had a pinworm itching your ass hole, you will make some progress. Try to go too fast and you will get too sick to continue. Once you have them in check, you have to keep cleansing to keep them out of your body. Once a host, always a host, as long as there are people who are not worried about them yet, passing them around to those who are cleansing. I don't even want people to hug me because if my cheek touches theirs, I will get pimples on my face. That is how bad it is. And the butt itch worm eggs float around in the air. How are you going to avoid reinfection? By holding your breath? You could buy a gas mask, I guess. Diminish the colonies slowly and keep them from coming back and recolonizing by cleansing routinely. Pray for a miracle. Ascend.
 

 
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