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Re: eye rash (skin around the eye)
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Published: 17 years ago
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Re: eye rash (skin around the eye)


Those cleanses work well on intestinal parasites; however and because of the sensitive area of the eye, you may need to have the parasite larvae surgically removed. The fact that you did a parasite cleanse and those on your eyelid still remain indicates that you may need to have a parasite on the eyelid surgically removed. Dr. Hulda Clark also has a ParaZapper; an electronic device for parasite removal to deal with parasites that affect other organs of the body (apart from intestines/colon), like the brain and the skin. This is another option; however and to reiterate, the eye area is such a highly sensitive area and therefore may need surgical attention for parasite removal.

It is the location of your possible parasite infestation that makes your case sensitive. Here is a website reference of personal testimonials of people who've had to have parasites removed surgically:

Do you feel confident in your physicians (eye doctor or dermatologist) knowledge of parasite infestation in humans and in the ability of your physicians to handle parasite removal from the eye area?


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