19 Signs Parasites are Residing In Your Body – These Herbs Can Help Destroy Them

Parasite infections have become quite common, but luckily there are plenty of natural ways to get rid of them. The first thing to do in such cases is to strengthen your immune system using certain herbs, before treating your parasite problem.

How to Know If You Have Parasites?

There are plenty of symptoms, and here is a list of the most common ones:

Constant yeast infections such as Candida

Appetite loss

Headaches

Unexplained hunger

Constant fatigue

Mood swings, depression, restlessness, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and irritability

Gum bleeding

Constant cravings for sugars and processed foods

Sensitivities and allergies to foods

Iron deficiency or anemia

Skin issues like acne, lesions, hives, rashes, sores, ulcers, itching dermatitis, weeping eczema, and others

Fidgeting and nervousness

Issues with breathing

Drooling during sleep and grinding of teeth

Memory-related issues

Menstrual issues with women/reproductive dysfunctions with men

Stiff and sore joints

Ithcing all over, particularly around the nose, mouth, and anus

Consistent digestive problems

But there is a way to cleanse yourself of such problems. These herbs and foods are the best way to do so naturally.

Fresh Garlic

Garlic is already famous for being a powerful natural antibiotic. It kills over sixty types of fungus and twenty types of bacteria. And even some of the most infamous viruses.

It’s also a potent parasite killer and is used for controlling secondary fungal infections. It has potent antioxidant properties and can prevent oxidation which is the result of parasite toxins.

The active compounds in garlic, called ajolene and allicin are great for killing amoebas and parasites, and this includes hookworms, pinworms, and one-cell varieties.

But in order to get at the allicin, one needs to chop or otherwise ‘damage’ the garlic, or even take it in oil form.

Clove

They are herbs with potential germicidal abilities. Caryophyllene is to thank for their antimicrobial properties. What they do is enter one’s bloodstream and destroy not only the microscopic parasites, but also any larvae and eggs.

Cloves are excellent for treating malaria, cholera, scabies, tuberculosis, as well as any parasites or fungi such as Candida, and even all types of Streptococcus, Staphylococcus and Shigella.

Ginger

It gives your circulation a boost and helps with digestion. It is also beneficial for treating nausea and gas. Its role in improving the acid production of your stomach contributes to killing parasites and preventing any infections.

Fresh ginger is best for getting rid of mucus, and the ground variety for any digestion issues.

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