Not sure if you are familiar with what psyllium is like. It's just a fine grainy fiber, when mixed with water, forms a gel. It forms quickly, so you have to drink it fast and drink lots of water. It swells in the stomach, then as it enters the intestines, it kind of fills it up, forming a barrier and pushing stuff out. I don't think I have ever taken it where it hasn't brought out worms, or pieces of them. When it exits, it comes out just like stool, and I have seen it bring out little pieces of what has to be old hardened stool. So yes, it does clean out old stuff, but it does not do it all in one time.
What I was saying in the post that you quoted is that I don't understand is why some say it is harsh on the intestines. It goes in soft, and comes out soft. I would never do anything to harm myself, and I'm chicken to try anything to harsh, but this is a no brainer for me.
The one caution is that if you are blocked at all, it might get caught up in there. It's happened to me before, but it always eventually comes out.
Not sure if you saw the picture I posted last week, but I got that when I ate garlic all morning, then took psyllium mid day.
You definately have to make sure to drink lots of water, so it does not dry out and get hard inside you. Start out with just a couple of teaspoons to try it out. Once you try it, then you will see what I mean when I say it locks the garlic in where the worms can't get away from it. Even if they run and hide in the colon, it will eventually push through there as well.
I didn't realize you hadn't tried psyllium or I would have recommended it to you a long time ago.