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Myrrh for Trematodes (Flukes/Fasciola)
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Myrrh for Trematodes (Flukes/Fasciola)

So I tried to kill my flukes with Triclabendazole and Praziquantel. Each time I got a bunch out, but then the effectiveness stopped. I took very high doses trying to kill them, but my flukes seemed resistant. I have a systemic issue.

I started taking Myrrh essential oil. I'm seeing new stuff that I never saw before. First of all, I'm getting tons of tiny sesame type tapeworm. But I'm also getting large hard chunks, like a shell of some sort. Perhaps it is the eggs. Perhaps it is pieces of the tegument. It is hard, like plastic. Some chunks are about 1 inch long and flat. So I assume that is the tegumentul layer. But I'm getting a ton of junk out.

I take the pure essential oil, 1 teaspoon at a time in this way. First I warm up one tablespoon of honey in the microwave for maybe 10 seconds just to reduce viscosity (make it thinner). Then I add 1 teaspoon of the oil and stir. Then I simply down it.

Myrrh doesn't taste great, but it doesn't taste awful. I could imagine it would even be pleasant in a tiny amount added to something like spiced apple cider. It has a warm earthy flavor. But naturally taking it in that concentration isn't going to be exactly pleasant, but it didn't make me want to gag.

It seems to act systemically as I feel the trematodes all over my body (even subcutaneous) moving when I take it. Though I doubt the dose I'm currently taking is strong enough to kill those in my extremities. I figure first I'll try to kill those in my liver and intestines.

I am also rubbing the oil on my arms to see if absorption through the skin will hit those in my extremities. Again, I feel them moving, but I don't know that they are dying yet. It may take a while at that reduced exposure. I'll provide an update later.

For dosage reference, I am 210 lbs. The maximum recommended that I've seen is 2 - 4 grams. I've seen other recommendations that relate to mg/kg of your body weight. I believe 1 teaspoon is around 4.5 grams. The reports I've seen say that it can speed up the heart rate and irritate the kidney over 2 - 4 grams. I've also seen reports saying it has no known toxicities. So there is a bit of conflict of information. It could be that some reports consider elevated heart rate and kidney irritation to be a side effect, not an actual toxicity. I'm not sure. So do your own research on this.

I understand that the Myrrh resin is about 6% essential oil, so obviously the dose difference between the resin and the oil would be significant. Be sure if you look this up that you know which one you want information on. I'm using the essential oil.

The only side effects I've personally noticed is that I feel kinda "wired" after taking it for a few hours, then I get really sleepy. So I avoid taking it right at bed and instead eat my main meal at around 3 in the afternoon and take a dose of this around 8 or 9.

If you want to know if your trematode infection is systemic, boy, this is a sure way to tell. It really does make them twitch all over your body.

I'm not the only one who has had success with Myrrh. Check this out and maybe do a curezone search on it. //

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