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Re: Clarkia
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Published: 15 years ago
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Re: Clarkia

I took Clarkia a year ago and followed their 11-week program as directed, except that I increased the number of drops faster once I realized my body was ok with it. I increased by about 3 drops each dosage a day until I reached 20 drops 3x/day. I had no problems.

If you add it to water (or any liquid) and drink it, then it will act to kill parasites in the digestive system. At the higher dosages it can kill parasites further away from the digestive system, as levels of the tincture in the blood and tissues rise. It kills and eliminates a wide variety of parasites, from microscopic ones to the big Ascaris worms (they look like bean sprouts). You can also use it as an enema to kill them directly in the large intestine. They often breed in or around the appendix. If you do this, follow the directions on the paper you received and you should have no problems.

Some people (me included) sometimes add Clarkia to their Liver Flush OO/citrus drink. It is a good idea, as when the liver purges bile, parasites are swept out into the small intestine and can travel from there, but if the Clarkia is already in the small intestine, then they will be killed and eliminated.

You probably have parasites if your stomach gurgles when you are hungry.

It is easy to get re-infected (through eating meat, which contains eggs, and through eating vegetables, especially vegetables grown in water). So it is a good idea to have enough Clarkia left over to take the maintenance dose whenever you notice a lot of intestinal gurgling.

It will kill liver flukes. Liver flukes usually come from plants grown in water, like watercress, and sometimes come from fish. They start in the intestines and move into the liver. They consume liver tissue and block biliary tubes, and so are a contributing factor for stones and congested, stale bile. Liver flukes can be white (babies), pink (young) or red (mature) because their colour comes from being saturated with blood. The oldest ones are black. They look like rolled-up tomato skins in your stool.

Clarkia is a good start for parasite cleansing. I think using a variety of products over time will kill some of the parasites which escape the Clarkia. Humaworm's herbs seem to be effective too. Also, if you click on the top of CureZone's screen on "Cleansing" and then "Parasites" you can get information by Clark on how to deal with stubborn cases of Ascaris and tapeworm.

There's lots of information in the Parasites Forum .

Doing a parasite cleanse is an excellent, important part of preparing the body for a series of liver flushes, as removing the parasites from the liver and digestive organs can open up some of the ducts to allow stones and metabolic garbage to leave the liver and the digestive system.

I believe humaworm has a forum which you can go to for more information.

As for a misshapen gall bladder, I don't know anything about that.

Good luck!



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