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Ginger kills parasites.

To me it looks like parasites quickly become resistant to the different herbs and stuff taken to kill them. So for those in same situation maybe ginger is worth checking out. I've bought some fresh ginger from the grocery store and guess who's going to make a cup of nice, hot, potent ginger tea? Here's a little of the info I found about parasites and ginger:

Clinical findings on Ginger reveal that it possesses a broad range of antihelmintic effects including activity against some of the world's most widespread and dangerous parasites. This strong activity has been demonstrated with nematodes or roundworms including Anisakis, Ascaris and Filaria and trematodes or flatworms in the Schistosoma genus. Although most of this is performed using in vitro tests, the results are promising and deserve further study. {Kap 1}

Ginger's antihelmintic effect is probably a consequence of a combination of principal actions including those which involve potent enzymes and pungent stimulants. A brief summary of the work follows.

Anisakis, which is principally acquired through the consumption of sushi or raw fish, is an important parasitic infection in Japan which is increasing markedly in the US. Although the exact number of cases is unclear, no effective drug treatment exists to eliminate the worms which typically become embedded in the stomach or bowel wall. An in vitro study demonstrated that an extract of ginger and two of its constituents caused more than 90 per cent of the larvae to lose spontaneous movement within four hours and to be destroyed completely within sixteen hours. Interestingly, pyrantel pamoate, an antinematodal drug, had no lethal effect even at a relatively high concentration. It is therefore not surprising that ginger is traditionally eaten with sushi in Japan.

Ascaris lumbricoides, which is lethal to approximately 20,000 people annually and affects an estimated one billion people worldwide, was effectively inhibited by Ginger extract.

Filariae, which afflict at least 80 million people worldwide, were effectively reduced in dogs by an extract of Ginger by approximately 98 per cent without any reported toxic effects.

Schistosoma, which is becoming increasingly prevalent in the U.S., is considered the second major parasitic disease in the world. This infection is particularly insidious in that the parasite is capable of ingesting as many as 330,000 red blood cells per hour in a laboratory mouse. Ginger "completely abolished" the infectivity in its early phases, and in young children, ginger extract was found to significantly reduce the egg count in the urine indicating a systemic action.


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