those are the ones i am trying right now.
Technical Data on ingredients in parasite
Wild Oregano contains oil which has been called “the most powerful plant-derived antiseptic known ”(H. Marindale) - has been found effective both in killing multiple bacteria (germs) and preventing their growth.
It has been considered the closest to an ideal antibacterial agent - useful against more than ninety (90) different types of bacteria, including:
Escherichia coli (E. Coli)
Staphylococcus aureus ( “Staph ”)
Molds / fungus
Red Clover (Trifolium Pratense) has a long history of usage as a blood-cleansing herb that thins the blood, aids digestion, and stimulates detoxification, through the liver and gall bladder. Red Clover has merit when used as a single herb, or if complexed with other purifying herbs. [McCaleb et al. (2000)]
Red clover contains vitamin A, vitamin C, B-complex, calcium, chromium, iron and magnesium. Red clover is best known as a blood purifier, expelling toxins from the bloodstream. It also cleans and improves the overall health of the liver and kidneys. Red clover also increases the production of mucus and urine flow helping relieve irritation and inflammation of the urinary tract. As a digestive aid, red clover stimulates the production of digestive fluids and bile. It also relieves constipation and helps soothe inflammation of the bowel, stomach and intestines. A good expectorant, red clover calms coughs related to bronchitis, whooping cough, dry cough and colds. It has been known to relieve sore throats as well. Red clover's antispasmodic properties are a good sedative to relax muscle cramping and nervous exhaustion. Furthermore, red clover's Antibiotic
properties are beneficial in the treatment of skin irritations and inflammations.
Pau d ’arco also has a long history in herbal medicine around the world. In North American herbal medicine, pau d ’arco is considered to be analgesic, antioxidant, antiparasitic, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and laxative, as well as to have anticancerous properties. It is used for fevers, infections, colds, flu, syphilis, cancer, respiratory problems, skin ulcerations, boils, dysentery, gastrointestinal problems of all kinds, arthritis, prostatitis, and circulation disturbances. Pau d ’arco also is also employed in herbal medicine systems in the United States for lupus, diabetes, ulcers, leukemia, allergies, liver disease, Hodgkin ’s disease, osteomyelitis, Parkinson ’s disease, and psoriasis, and is a popular remedy for candida and yeast infections.
Artemesia annua, in it ’s pure unadulterated form, is an herb from the Far East, used for centuries in Chinese medicine for addressing specific microbial imbalances. Artemesia may have an adverse effect on lumen-dwelling protozoa and other unfriendly microbes.*
Wormwood is a strong bitter that affects the bitter-sensing taste buds on the tongue which stimulates the whole digestive system (salivation, stomach acid production, intestinal tract movement, etc.). This bitter taste also stimulates the production of bile by the liver. The compounds in Wormwood
have anti-inflammatory activity, insecticidal and have anti-tumor activity. The toxin thujone (which is in Wormwood
) is a brain stimulant. Wormwood
also has anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, carminative, tonic (restores tone to tissues), antibacterial, antifungal, anti-amoebic, hepatoprotective (prevents and cures liver damage), febrifugal (reduces fever), and vermifugal (expels intestinal worms) activities.
Wormwood is used to eliminate intestinal worms, especially pinworms and roundworms.
Wormwood is also helpful in treating gall bladder inflammation, hepatitis, jaundice, fever, infections, and mild depression. Wormwood may also protect the liver from harmful chemicals.
Cloves are a powerful food preservative," says Ara H. DerMarderosian, Ph.D., professor of pharmacognosy and medicinal chemistry at the Philadelphia college of Pharmacy and Science. "You put cloves in ham and it lasts several days longer in the refrigerator."
This herb keeps food fresh because the main active component of cloves is eugenol, which has long been known to help kill bacteria and viruses, says Gary Elmer, Ph.D., associate professor of medicinal chemistry at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy in Seattle. By killing bacteria, eugenol helps keep meat fresh-and prevents stomach upset, traveler' diarrhea and wound infections.
Cloves (Caryophyllum aromaticus) are actually the dried buds of the clove tree. Used in China for more than two thousand years. Clove oil is highly antiseptic. The most stimulating and carminative of all aromatics; given in powder or infusion for nausea emesis, flatulence, languid indigestion and dyspepsia, and used chiefly to assist the action of other medicines.
Black Walnut Hull Extract (Juglans nigra)
Black Walnut, a powerful remedy for expelling worms, is an antifungal, useful in treating candida, ringworm and other funguses. It is also a mild laxative, useful for the treatment of skin problems such as eczema and herpes.
Black Walnut has been used to treat the following conditions:
ringworm & worms
fungal and parasitic infections
mouth sores & herpes
acne, eczema and other skin conditions
toxic blood conditions
Black Walnut , including the kernel and the green hull, have been used to expel various kinds of worms by the Asians, as well as by some American Indian tribes. Black-Walnut
helps relieve constipation, and is also useful against fungal and parasitic infections. It may also help eliminate warts, which are troublesome growths caused by viruses. Rubbed on the skin, Black-Walnut
extract is reputed to be beneficial for eczema, herpes, psoriasis, and skin parasites. External applications have been known to kill ringworm. The Chinese use it to kill Tapeworm
with extremely good success. The high tannin content is primarily responsible for its anthelmintic property, although other constituents such as juglandin, juglone and juglandic acid may also be involved. It is known that Black-Walnut
oxygenates the blood to kill parasites. The brown stain found in the green husk contains organic Iodine
which has antiseptic and healing properties.
Black Walnut is also used to balance Sugar
levels and burn up excessive toxins and fatty materials. The use of this herb has also been shown to exhibit anti-cancer properties due to its content of both strong and weak acids, and alkaloids.
Black Walnut has the ability to fight against fungal infections, and acts with an antiseptic property which helps fight bacterial infection. Others benefits are that it helps promote bowel regularity and acts an antiparasitic.