Intestinal parasites

Parasites in the human body

The World Health Organization has proven that 95% of humans have various parasites. These organisms are not as harmless and safe as they first appeared. Most of them are located in the organs of the gastrointestinal tract (worm eggs come here with contaminated water and food), but there are also so-called extraintestinal forms of invasion-parasites can live in the lungs, heart and evenThe "host" brain.

World Health Organization data:

  1. In the past 10 years, more than 4. 5 billion people have been infected with various parasites.
  2. In Europe, one third of people suffer from this disease.
  3. In the United States, 85-95% of the population is infected with parasites.
  4. Scientists say that at the beginning of the 21st century, 95% of people in the world were infected with various worms.
  5. 99. 9% of pets (even rodents or birds) are parasite carriers.
  6. This problem causes 14 million deaths every year.

Thomas J. Brooke wrote in his book "The Basics of Medical Parasitology": "Worms are one of the oldest parasites in humans. Some of them are so adapted to life in the human intestine that the host may not feel them. The presence. "

Dr. Ross Anderson believes, "The purpose of parasites is to hide their existence. Cunning parasites are not noticed. If you think parasites are stupid, you are wrong. They are very intelligent creatures. Of course, theirThoughts are different from ours, but their ability to survive and reproduce is very smart. Basically, people think they are normal, even with signs of pain, skin problems, constipation, fatigue for no reason, frequent colds, joint soreness, etc. "

How do worms enter the human body?

  • Dirty hands. You can be infected not only through your dirty hands, but also through the hands of sellers and catering workers.
  • Public places-handrails, door handles, theater and restaurant numbers in vehicles, . . .
  • Money is the "warehouse" of parasites and their larvae.
  • Contaminated food-improperly cleaned fruits, vegetables, herbs, undercooked and undercooked meat and fish, undercooked caviar.
  • insect. Blood-sucking insects that have bitten diseased organisms spread worm larvae when bitten. Flies use their claws and proboscis to transfer worm eggs to food.
  • Open the reservoir. When bathing, the larvae of the parasite penetrate the skin or mucous membranes; water with the larvae may accidentally enter the mouth.
  • Raw water (uncoiled)-Giardia cysts are found in chlorinated tap water.
  • pet. Animal hair is the carrier of worm eggs. Pinworm eggs that fall from wool can survive for up to 6 months and enter the food passage through dust, toys, carpets, underwear and bedding, and hands. The dog spreads the eggs at a distance of up to 5 meters (cat-up to 3 meters) through wet breathing. The feces containing insect eggs dried out and was taken away by the wind. We inhaled all this together with the dust!
  • On windy days, the eggs of several parasites can be found on open products (such as muffins) sold at street stalls!
  • The fetus may be infected through the placenta of the infected mother.

The enhancement of worms in the body is caused by the weakening of gastric secretions, which should destroy the worm’s eggs, decrease immunity, problems with intestinal microflora, malnutrition, impaired bile outflow and loss of its antibacterial properties, accompanied by fungiInvade the body, fermentation disease-violation of enzyme activity, etc.

How do you know if you have parasites?

In most cases, the presence of parasites is determined by fecal analysis. However, this method is unreliable because in the stool analysis process, the parasite can only be detected if the laboratory assistant sees the parasite egg under the microscope. If the parasite in your body did not lay eggs during the test, you will not notice its presence.

It can be determined whether a person is infected with a parasite by his appearance and the abnormal signs of his body's work. Various signs-acne, acne, seborrhea, rough skin, freckles, various spots, early facial wrinkles, early baldness, papilloma, cracked heels, peeling and broken nails-all these indicate his gastrointestinal tractTao is infected.

It can be simple or feline Giardia, Trichomonas or other protozoa, but a bouquet of them. The simplest infection can disable self-regulation and the body's immune defense functions. Infections also manifest as frequent acute respiratory infections, tonsillitis, chronic tonsillitis, sinusitis, sinusitis, polyps, and snoring during sleep.

Signs of female damage: vaginal discharge, ovarian inflammation, bleeding pain, decreased physical strength, irregular menstrual cycles (shifts), then fibroids, fibroids, fibrocystic breast disease, adrenal glands, bladder, and bladder inflammation and kidney development in turn.

The signs of the presence of parasites in men are prostatitis, impotence and further adenomas, cystitis, sand and kidney stones in the bladder. The spirit will also be infected. . .

Common signs

constipate.Worms, due to their shape and large size, can mechanically close some ducts and intestinal cavities. A large number of worm infections can close the common bile duct and intestinal duct, resulting in reduced bowel movements and difficulty in defecation.

diarrhea.Many parasites, especially protozoa, produce hormone-like substances that cause the loss of sodium and chlorine, which in turn leads to frequent watery stools. Therefore, diarrhea caused by a parasite infection is a function of the parasite, rather than the body trying to get rid of the infection or malnutrition that exists in it.

Gas and bloating.Many parasites live in the upper small intestine, where the inflammation they cause can cause bloating (flatulence) and flatulence. Persistent swelling of abdominal organs is usually a sign of the presence of secret parasites. If the parasites are not excreted, these gastrointestinal symptoms will manifest in varying degrees of severity within months or even years.

Inflamed bowel syndrome.Parasites can irritate and inflame the intestinal wall, causing a series of symptoms and malabsorption of important nutrients, especially fatty substances. This malabsorption of nutrients leads to hard stools and excessive fat in the stools. Joint and muscle pain. It is well known that parasites can move in the human body in order to settle in the most convenient place where they live, for example, in joint fluid and muscles. When this happens, the patient feels pain, which is usually thought to be caused by arthritis. Pain and inflammation of joints and muscles are also the result of tissue damage caused by certain parasites or the body's immune response to them.

allergy.The parasite's toxic secretions can activate the body's immune response by producing increased doses of eosinophils (one of the body's defense cells). Eosinophils can cause inflammation of body tissues, leading to allergic reactions. Parasites can also cause the body to produce more immunoglobulin E.

Problem skin.Intestinal parasites can cause hives, rashes, eczema and other allergic skin reactions. Skin ulcers, tumors and sores, papilloma and dermatitis may be caused by the presence of protozoa.

anemia.Certain types of intestinal worms adhere to the intestinal mucosa and draw nutrients from the host. When they are present in large amounts in the body, they can cause enough blood loss to cause iron deficiency (anemia). Anemia is caused by Trichomonas and other microparasites that feed on blood cells.

Granuloma.Granulomas are tumor-like masses enclosing destroyed parasite eggs. In most cases, they form on the walls of the colon and rectum, but they can also form in the lungs, liver, abdomen, and uterus.

nervous.Metabolic waste and parasite toxic substances can stimulate the central nervous system. Anxiety and nervousness are usually the result of systemic parasitic infections. Many people claim that after completing the cleaning process, they become more balanced and forgiving.

sleep disorder.Frequent waking up in the middle of the night, especially between 2 am and 3 am, may also be the result of the body's attempts to clear toxic substances through the liver. According to our biological rhythms, the liver is particularly active during these times. Certain parasites passing through the anus at night can also cause sleep disturbances, which can cause unpleasant pain and itching. One of the causes of hemorrhoids is the development of submucosal parasites (pinworms) in the rectum.

Teeth (bruxism)-Abnormal teeth grinding, clenching and rubbing teeth are usually accompanied by parasitic infections. These symptoms are especially obvious in sleeping children. Bruxism may be the nervous system's response to external stimuli.

Chronic fatigue.Symptoms of chronic fatigue include weakness, flu-like symptoms, apathy, depression, inattention, and poor memory. These physical, mental, and emotional symptoms may be caused by parasites. These parasites can cause anemia, poisoning, and lack of nutrition due to poor absorption of protein, carbohydrates, and fats, especially vitamin A and B12.

Immune disorders.Parasites weaken the immune system and reduce the release of immunoglobulin A. Their existence will continuously stimulate the system's response, and over time will weaken this important immune mechanism, opening the way for bacterial and viral infections to enter the body.

Signs of internal parasites may also include the following diseases: weight gain, excessive hunger, weight loss, bad breath and bad breath, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, acne, migraine, and even the most common causes of death: heart disease and cancer.

Oncology.As we now know, various types of tumor diseases are the "masterpieces" of various parasites-from fungi and trichomonas to worms. For example, Professor Hilda Clark claimed in her book "Cure All Cancers" that many cancers are caused by the parasite Fasciolopsis Buski. "If the patient gets rid of these parasites, then the tumor will disappear. "

Generally speaking, it is important to understand the following: If you are sick, clean your body and remove parasites. Then reconsider and change your lifestyle, otherwise you will get sick again.

Prevent helminthiasis

The emergence of worms, like any other disease, is much easier to prevent than cure.

Don't wait until symptoms show that there is a "guest" in the gastrointestinal tract: Fortunately, the prevention of parasite invasion is not difficult, but it boils down to some simple general hygiene rules.

  • Wash hands with soap and water or treat with preservatives;
  • Only use thoroughly cleaned fruits, vegetables, and herbs;
  • Don't drink raw water;
  • Do not swim in waters prohibited by the Sanitation and Anti-epidemic Station;
  • Don't eat raw meat or fish;
  • Wash hands thoroughly after touching animals (even healthy animals);
  • Ensure that children's toys and other objects are thoroughly cleaned after being outdoors;
  • Wash the sheets more frequently at high temperatures.

natural treatment

Mankind has accumulated rich experience in treating human parasites with folk remedies. Compared with traditional medical treatment, the advantage of folk remedies for human parasites lies in their safety. At the same time, the therapeutic effect of folk remedies is often not low. The treatment of folk natural remedies is not only aimed at unwelcome "hosts", but also aimed at restoring the normal function of all organs and systems.

Add the following foods, spicy and medicinal materials to your diet, and drink only clean plain water!

  • The herbal preparation in the capsule is very effective.
  • Aloe vera is a very effective folk remedy for treating human parasites. Take 1 teaspoon each time 3 times a day, half an hour before meals.
  • Wormwood and Tansy (do not use during pregnancy). Drink 1 cup of wormwood/tansy tea between meals, 3 times a day.
  • Propolis and pollen.
  • Echinacea
  • Cloves (make tea: 1 cup of 5-6 tablets, take 30 minutes before meals).
  • Turmeric-contains cineole, which can improve the function of the gastrointestinal tract and inhibit the activity of parasites.
  • Burdock, lavender, mint, barberry.
  • Walnut.
  • Ginger, ginger silk.
  • Cinnamon, basil, coriander, parsley, plantain, rosemary, dill, chicory, sage, saffron, nutmeg.
  • Rappaccio tea.
  • Cat's claw is an effective natural antibiotic that helps to remove parasites and destroy their eggs.
  • Garlic (a few cloves per day). Children can mash garlic and mix it with milk and drink it all day long.
  • Dried or fresh chanterelles, juniper, birch, cranberry.
  • grapefruit.
  • Pumpkin seeds (at least 100 grams per day). Try a very healthy pumpkin.
  • Fig.
  • Fresh rhubarb (peeled 3-4 roots for 3 consecutive days, without milk and sugar).
  • Artichoke, pomegranate.
  • Grape seed powder.
  • Horseradish and mustard-eat as much as possible, as hot as possible. Acts on tapeworms.
  • All cold-pressed oils, especially walnut and pine nut oil, milk thistle oil, linseed oil, grape and apricot oil. Feel free to add them to the salad!
  • Sesame seeds, sesame sticks, sesame oil, sesame paste.
  • Cardamom (Add about 2 tablespoons to the yogurt and swallow slowly.
  • Papaya seeds (4 tablespoons per day for Ascaris megalocephala ja Ascaris suum worms).
  • Garlic, carrots, pumpkin, ginger, turmeric (take 12 cloves of garlic, 300 grams of carrots, 6 tablespoons of pumpkin seeds, 10 grams of ginger, 1 teaspoon of turmeric, 0. 5 teaspoons of salt, 1 tablespoon of honey. Garlic, grated ginger and carrots, Crush the pumpkin seeds and mix everything together. Divide into 3 portions and take 30 minutes before each meal.
  • Cinnamon Bilberries-until you are full for 5 consecutive days. Helps get rid of roundworms and roundworms.
  • Pineapple-once a day for 5 consecutive days. Helps get rid of the fluke of Fasciolopsis buskii.
  • Oregano oil (2-10 drops, add a spoonful of yogurt or mango puree, swallow quickly.
  • Goji berries should be taken about 100 grams a day for 5-15 days (Ancylostoma, Necator Americanus ja Dracunculus mediens).
  • Apple cider vinegar (add 1 tablespoon of vinegar to 1 cup of boiling frozen water-2-4 cups per day for 3 months.
  • Boil about 10 bay leaves in 5 liters of water for 30 minutes. Take out the leaves and take it for a whole week during the day.
  • Include as many fiber-rich foods as possible in your diet, especially vegetables and whole grains. Temporarily exclude sugar and fruits from your diet, except for figs and pineapples. Eat more onions, cabbage, and carrots because they contain natural sulfur or MSM (methylsulfonyl methane), which also helps repel worms. Eat fermented dairy products, bran and blueberry jelly.
  • Watermelon, banana, blueberry, melon, strawberry, nettle, hemp, lemon, rye, beet, coriander seed, wild garlic, eucalyptus also work on worms.
  • For children, you can make senna tea, strain and add raisins to absorb the tea. Give your child a teaspoon of raisins 2-5 times a day.

After proper treatment of the parasites, it is recommended to restore the intestinal flora and take probiotics for at least 7-9 days.