What if getting a parasite wasn’t only something that happened to somebody else, but also applied to you? I have a pet theory that Edvard Munch’s painting The Scream (detail shown above) was inspired by his reaction to the knowledge that all humans host an average of 6 to 8 parasites until they get dewormed. Whether you end up having 8 or only 1, the fact remains: having no parasites at all is preferable.
There are 4 obvious steps to eliminating parasites, so the 5th step is the one everyone seems to overlook:
STEP 1 is to locate the parasite: they can thrive in 3 body regions: 1) the intestines, 2) the blood stream or 3) any part of your body tissue, including the organs, the glands, the skin, scalp, eyes and brain. It is an uncomfortable thought that to parasites we are food, but it may provide some small consolation to know that some of them (giardia and the amoeba, for example) are microscopic.
STEP 2 is to identify it: it is ideal if parasites can be visually identified in a stool test but this almost never happens, so it is usually necessary to use alternative means to clarify which species you’ve picked up. A muscle testing analysis is probably the most accurate when done scientifically.
STEP 3 is to treat it: an unappreciated fact is that each species needs its own treatment. Many approaches work, but few work on all species. It seems the most universal treatment modality is electrode therapy, which works on all species but one in 5 minutes.
STEP 4 is to confirm the treatment worked. If after step 3, you can’t find the parasite, then logically, what you did in Step 3 must have worked. Where it hasn’t worked, that’s fine, at least now you know what doesn’t work and that will make your search more efficient. Eventually, something will work.
But STEP 5 is the step most people miss: stop the cycle of getting them back. You got them from somewhere to begin with, so chances are you will get them again unless you learn how to stop reinfecting.
This article is about Step 5: How to stop the cycle of getting parasites… again.
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