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Re: Is this an egg from a parasite?



I imagine you would like to lay your final egg!

Perhaps you might like to learn of my "home" remedy...one that has proven effective at expelling the parasite Fasciolopsis buskii out of my own gut.

Aloe Latex - Nature's Way. Take according to directions the night before. Make certain it works. If you are constipated you might not get the results desired.



MSM - 4 teaspoons
Magnesium Oxide - 1 teaspoon
Ascorbic Acid - 4 teaspoons
Freeze dried propolis - 1 heaping teaspoon (YS Royal Jelly brand)
Distilled Water - 12oz.
Sweeten with Stevia
Small amount of juice can be added for flavor - do not use sugar.
I like to use the juice from lemon.

Follow up with a plain water enema at the first sign of rumbling bowels...approximately 2 hours later.
Finish up with a coffee retention enema.

MSM acts like a lubricant... it helps loosen the grip of any parasites adhering to the intestinal wall.

I have found that Y.S. brand freeze dried propolis is most efficacious and economical. Y.S. makes some great freeze-dried royal jelly products. Propolis seems to make parasites abandon their stronghold in an attempt to evade these aromatic resins.

This combination had my freeloaders primed for an escape. I was able to expel Fasciolopsis buskii. Check your bowl contents carefully. They are hard to see if you do not look close as they are transluscent but have little appendages that look like suckers to me. I could be wrong on the anatomical function, perhaps i was just seeing their innards.
The first time i noticed them was after flushing. I could see a film that failed to go down. I dipped a drinking glass into the bowl and held it up to light. Upon examination, consultation, and some research I am convinced they were flukes, most likely Fasciolopsis buskii. -

The first time i tried this "procedure" it was by accident. I was using coffee enemas at the direction of a Ream's therapist. I spilled some tea on a package of propolis. Not wanting to waste the propolis, I consumed the entire tiny ziplock full. After my evening coffee enema I flushed and left for the evening. After returning to my apartment I noticed something in the bowl. Sure enough, they were there.

Several years later i expelled another bowl of these flukes by consuming the formula above. Bingo! I was successful again. Fortunately I am enjoying good to great health. Even so, it will soon be time for my yearly "constitutional" - you got it! Another purge.

JD



 

 
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