SHTF Doctor: Herbs & Foods That Naturally Kill Intestinal Parasites

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We tend to look to God as a source of all healing. It is said that He has provided all that we will ever need:

“the fruit of it shall be for eating and leaf of it for healing…” (Ezekiel 47:12)

While some people may dismiss herbal remedies as quackery, the use of botanicals is well rooted in medical practice. Ancient doctors methodically collected information about herbs and developed well-defined pharmacopeias to treat a variety of ailments.

More than a quarter of all drugs used today contain active ingredients derived from those same ancient plants. These herbal remedies can not only save you a lot on your health care bill but in a survival situation give you the upper hand in your health and in bartering.

It wasn’t long ago that all we had was herbal remedies to help us in sickness. So why not get back to the old days and see what remedies you can use now and learn some new ones.

Native American medicine has long been touted for its effective use of plants in healing a variety of diseases. Native American medicine is believed to be as old as 40,000 years and is practically a combination of health practices of more than 500 distinct nations residing in the Americas prior to European exploration at the end of the 15th century.

Natural supplements and treatments are gaining traction these days due to ever increasing medical costs as well as their benefit of zero side-effects. Over-the-counter prescription drugs are less potent against some health issues and are thus losing popularity over time. And in a disaster or total collapse of the world, as we know it, these herbs could be grown or collected as a main or secondary source of medical treatment.

Parasites are a fairly common problem, even in America. Most Americans think that there is no way that they could become infected. They live in one of the richest countries in the world, don’t they? Aren’t strict food and health codes followed?

Well, yes and no. There are strict food and health codes; the problem is that, due to a lack of funding, less than 1 percent of food products are actually tested. Also, because of the global food market, you can buy produce regardless of whether it is seasonal or not, such as strawberries in December. Some imported foods are contaminated with parasites and when you consume them, you can become infested with ugly, crawling, eating, breeding parasites and never even know it.

Even the CDC admits that many Americans are affected and are completely unaware of it. In fact, the CDC says that about 300,000 people become infected by the trypanosome cruzi parasite that causes Chaga disease, a debilitating disease that results in a lifetime of brain and heart problems. American hospitals reported more than 1,000 cases of tapeworms every single year, and the cat poop parasite, Toxoplasma gondii, infects about 60 million people in the US every year.

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In case you’re wondering, here are the:

Symptoms of Parasites

  • constipation
  • diarrhea
  • gas and bloating
  • irritable bowel syndrome
  • joint and muscle aches
  • anemia
  • cravings, especially sugar
  • allergies
  • skin conditions – mostly irritation/itching at nose, ears, eyes, anus – but also potentially rashes, hives, eczema
  • tumors
  • nervousness
  • sleep disorders
  • hyperactivity, anxiety
  • teeth grinding
  • chronic fatigue
  • fuzzy thinking
  • headaches
  • runny nose
  • blisters on the lower lip inside the mouth
  • loss of appetite
  • bad taste in the mouth
  • acne
  • fever
  • vomiting (may return several times a year)
  • may have trouble gaining weight, children especially
  • long-term presence may contribute to the development of food allergies
  • dark areas under eyes
  • yeast/candida infection, especially if it returns

Natural Remedies for Internal Parasites

The sheer numbers of these parasites are unsettling enough without considering their harm. Parasitic infections can be a lifetime struggle, leading to blindness, heart failure, seizures, and in some cases death.

Not everyone has to worry, as mother nature can provide us with peace of mind with natural and effective remedies to fight these parasites. Including some of these foods in your diet could make your body a less attractive host to the numerous parasites in existence.

Fresh Garlic

This might come as a surprise, but do not underestimate this common household herb. It is actually among the most effective herbs for ridding the body of any unwanted organisms. Garlic is able to slow and kill over 60 types of fungus and 20 types of bacteria, as well as some of the most potent viruses.

Garlic has a history of killing parasites and controlling secondary fungal infections. It also detoxifies while gently stimulating elimination, and has antioxidant properties to protect against oxidation caused by parasite toxins. The active components in garlic that kill parasites are allicin and ajoene. These compounds can kill amoebas including one-cell varieties, as well as pinworms and hookworms.

Allicin is not present in garlic in its natural state. When garlic is chopped or otherwise damaged, the enzyme alliinase acts on the chemical alliin, converting it into allicin, the active component contributing to its success for killing parasites.

To get the most out of garlic, be sure to use it crushed or juiced. Start off with 1 clove and work your way up to as many as you can stomach.

Cucumber Seeds

Cucumber seeds have been used as an all-natural treatment to remove tapeworms from the digestive tract. The powder of cucumber seeds can be used to treat tapeworms but also consumed even if you do not have a parasite, as a preventative measure.

That is because cucumbers are of course are also a vegetable. They are effective due to enzymes within the cucumber and seeds that kill tapeworms. Look for heirloom cucumber seeds, grind into a powder and add 1 Tsp. to a smoothie daily during your cleanse.

Papaya

Sugary, tropical fruit is typically not advised when dealing with parasites. However, this particular fruit has a strong ability to destroy many parasitic worms, including most intestinal worms and tapeworm. The most powerful part of the fruit is actually the seed.

The University of Maryland Medical Center advises a mixture of honey and papaya seeds, which has been found to clear stools of parasites. If you are going to consume the fruit for its benefits, it is best to remove the skin and ferment in apple cider vinegar for one day. You will want to eat eight ounces of the cultured papaya and drink 2 ounces of the brine for 4 days.

When it comes to papaya, the most powerful part of the fruit is actually the seed.

Chaudhary MD, a neurologist, and practitioner of Ayurveda suggests this papaya smoothie recipe: Take the seeds from an average-sized papaya and grind them in a coffee grinder. Next, add a tablespoon of organic virgin coconut oil. Then add a cup of coconut milk and the rest of the papaya; finally, blend until smooth. Drink the smoothie each morning for at least 7 consecutive days.

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Clove

Cloves contain the most powerful germicidal agent in the herbal kingdom, known as eugenol. It also contains caryophyllene, which is a powerful antimicrobial agent. These components travel through the bloodstream, killing microscopic parasites and parasitic larvae and eggs.

Cloves are tremendously effective in killing malaria, tuberculosis, cholera, scabies and other parasites, viruses, bacteria, and fungi, including Candida. Cloves also destroy all species of Shigella, Staphylococcus, and Streptococcus. It is best consumed with black walnut hulls and wormwood.

Raw Pumpkin Seeds

These are able to kill eggs, and they contain a natural fat that is toxic to parasite eggs. Curcurbitin in pumpkin seeds has shown anti-parasitic activity since it has the ability to paralyze worms so they drop off the intestinal walls.

Chinese scientists used pumpkin seeds to treat acute schistosomiasis and tapeworm infestations. Many parasite formulas contain pumpkin seed, but it doesn’t do much in just a few capsules. You need half a cup at a time to really work. Grind in a coffee grinder and add to salads or smoothies.

Turmeric

This is perhaps one of the most powerful herbs and is helpful for just about everything. It boasts powerful properties. it is an anticancer, anti-inflammatory, wound-healing, worm-expelling, and an overall body purifier. This is a very safe herb to consume regularly for maintaining health as well as to use medicinally. Pair with coconut oil and black pepper for improved absorption.

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Ginger

A family member to turmeric, ginger has many similar qualities. It also increases circulation and helps all digestive issues. It is particularly good for gas and nausea associated with parasite die-off. It also improves stomach acid production, which kills parasites and protects us from getting infected in the first place. Fresh ginger is better for eliminating mucus, while ground ginger is better for warming the digestive system. Take both.

Cayenne

This hot pepper is a powerful anti-fungal. The best cayenne has the ability to destroy fungus, mold & parasites on contact! It increases circulation and health, and also increases the effectiveness of other herbs when used in combination with them. Try sprouted pumpkin seeds seasoned with ginger and cayenne for a delicious snack and a medicine for treating intestinal bugs! The best is African Cayenne.

Green Hulls of Black Walnut

These have been shown to have powerful effects on killing many varieties of parasites. The dried and ground green hull of the black walnut contains tannin and also contains iodine, as well as juglandin.

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Black walnut has been used for centuries to expel various types of worms, including parasites that cause skin irritations such as ringworm. It oxygenates the blood, which also helps kill parasites.

You can find black walnut growing in the wild in abundance.

Black walnut is very effective against tapeworms, pinworms, Candida albicans (yeast infections) and malaria. It is also effective in reducing blood sugar levels and helping the body rid itself of toxins. Best of all, you can find these babies growing outside in the wild in abundance. I have a tree in my front yard that gives more than I can use! Your best bet is to take an alcohol tincture of it three times a day.

Diatomaceous Earth

Diatomaceous earth is super effective at absorbing E. coli, viruses, endotoxins, methylmercury, and pesticide and drug residues. It is also very effective at killing internal parasites, absorbing all sorts of toxins, and improving the intestinal flora. The only side effect is that this fine powder can irritate the lungs if you inhale it. Be careful when handling it and always get food grade diatomaceous earth!

Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

Coconuts are a food packed with nutritional benefits thanks to their natural saturated fats. It’s the same fats that give extra virgin coconut oil the ability to flush out internal parasites. It detoxifies your system and can prevent the development of flukes and giardia.

Many people mix coconut oil into smoothies or other beverages, but it can be used in many different recipes.

Wormwood

Wormwood is a common decorative plant that is widely known as an ingredient in absinthe. It also has many different types of health uses. Apart from its ability to aid in digestion, gallbladder problems, low libido and loss of appetite, wormwood is a notable fighter of roundworms, pinworms, and other worm-type parasites. It’s commonly ingested in tea form or as a tincture, but most recommend against ingesting the essential oil form

Pomegranate

We aren’t talking directly about the fruit here, though the rind of it can also be used for medicinal purposes. The bark of the pomegranate tree is often used for digestive medical conditions such as diarrhea and dysentery. Its ability to flush out intestinal parasites with astringent qualities adds to the already extensive list of health applications that come from the plant.

As with many of the herbs listed, you should consult a medical expert and dose yourself carefully to avoid vomiting. According to Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman, also the pomegranate juice can be used for anti-parasitic effect, but you will need quite a large amount of up to four glasses of pomegranate juice daily for four or five days at a time.

With all of these, you have to remember, you’re not dealing with a tablet of Advil.  You’re dealing with a natural plant, which has varying levels of beneficial chemicals, depending on variables as diverse as moon phase, moisture levels, harvesting technique, age, and variety.  Adjust dosing accordingly, taking also into account the age/size and wellness of the patient. Remember if you’re harvesting from the wild, if you leave no plants to flower and set seed, you’ll have no plants next year.

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Making Your Own Beverages: Beer to Stronger Stuff
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Spycraft: Military Correspondence During The 1700’s to 1900’s
Wild West Guns for SHTF and a Guide to Rolling Your Own Ammo
How Our Forefathers Built Their Sawmills, Grain Mills, and Stamping Mills
How Our Ancestors Made Herbal Poultice to Heal Their Wounds
What Our Ancestors Were Foraging For? or How to Wildcraft Your Table
How Our Ancestors Navigated Without Using a GPS System
How Our Forefathers Made Knives
How Our Forefathers Made Snowshoes for Survival
How North California Native Americans Built Their Semi-subterranean Roundhouses
Our Ancestors’Guide to Root Cellars
Good Old Fashioned Cooking on an Open Flame
Learning from Our Ancestors How to Preserve Water
Learning from Our Ancestors How to Take Care of Our Hygiene When There Isn’t Anything to Buy
How and Why I Prefer to Make Soap with Modern Ingredients
Temporarily Installing a Wood-Burning Stove during Emergencies
Making Traditional and Survival Bark Bread…….
Trapping in Winter for Beaver and Muskrat Just like Our Forefathers Did
How to Make a Smokehouse and Smoke Fish
Survival Lessons From The Donner Party

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