Parasites

Parasites In Humans Worm Bellies

 

Treating Parasites in Humans

Parasites in humans are the root cause of many chronic illnesses, including cancer, fibromyalgia, adrenal fatigue, leaky gut, autism, and lyme, to name a few. Unfortunately there are very few practitioners in the western world who know how to diagnose, let alone treat parasites in humans. We have spent tens of thousands of dollars and many years of our lives on the quest to get rid of parasites – worms, flukes, & protozoans. Overall, dealing with hidden parasitic infections is probably one of the best things we have done for our health. Here is the outline of what we’ve learned:
 

Western Practitioners Don’t Know How to Diagnose or Treat Parasites

Parasite Symptoms

Diagnosing Parasites

Natural Parasite Cleanses – Homeopathic, Herbal and Holistic Approach

How To Get Rid Of Parasites (Finally!)

Enema Details

Where to Get Parasite Medications for Humans

Parasite Medication Details

How Do you Know When Parasites are Gone?

Parasite Infestation Prevention

FAQ

References

 

Western Practitioners Don’t Know How to Diagnose or Treat Parasites

Parasites are a third world problem, right? Nope. Many of us in western civilization DO have parasites. The question is, are the parasites bothering us and can our bodies control them? Perhaps, but leaving our bodies with chronic parasitic infections makes them prone to other infections and diseases. From a recent article of Dr. Simon Yu, “Most parasite problems may manifest outside of the GI tract, i.e. as asthma or bronchiectasis in the lung, brain fog or migraine headache, anemia, cyst, tumor, allergies or suppression of allergies, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, behavioral or vision problems, etc. …. Parasites have their own associated concurrent co-infections with viruses, bacteria, and fungi. [1]” Dr. Yu has also observed a connection between cancer and parasites. There are few scientific studies about this [4], but the mainstream media has also written a few articles.

 

Western MDs, DOs, NDs and other practitioners do not know how to diagnose, let alone treat parasites. “I don’t remember using parasite medications in my medical training or any experiences treating medical conditions related to parasite infestations,” Dr. Simon Yu [2]. Veterinarians are in a similar situation – we aren’t even de-worming our pets, let alone ourselves!

 

Our family has worked on parasite symptoms with every kind of local practitioner – MDs, Dos, NDs, DAOMs, GI Specialists, Homeopaths, Acupuncturists. After 7 years and tens of thousands of dollars, we had exhausted all our options and the children still had parasite symptoms.

 

We decided to fly the whole family to St. Louis to work with Dr. Simon Yu. He is the only doctor we know of who is having some success diagnosing and treating parasites in humans. We learned a lot from Dr. Yu, but unfortunately he was also missing some key pieces of the parasite puzzle.

 

The information presented here is a summary of the things that I learned the hard way – through years of my life and tens of thousands of dollars. I wish I had known all of this 7 years ago when we first started. I look back now and cringe at how my family suffered. For so long. With so many worms and flukes. Major. Mama. Guilt.

 
Slowly, however, I became thankful that these odd creatures were coming out. Thankful that we had figured it out before our health declined further. Before I got cancer like my mother. Thankful that my eye prescription went from -6.5 to -4.5. Thankful for the better moods and flat bellies of the children. Thankful for extra energy and increased vitality for the whole family!

 

Parasite Symptoms

The most heartbreaking parasite symptom for me is seizures. The primary known cause of seizures is parasites. MDs put people on seizure medication when they really need parasite medication, and I find it absolutely heartbreaking. Over time I watch gallbladders being removed, autism developing, GI issues, cancer, and all kinds of other seemingly unrelated symptoms. Note that Dr. Simon Yu’s medical practice is thriving, and the staple of his business seems to be cancer patients who actually need parasite medications.

 

“People with chronic, unexplained illnesses are most likely infected with a parasite [2].” Andreas Kalcker has a very complete list of parasite symptoms. The list is both so long and complete that it is easy to come to the conclusion that many of our modern ‘uncureable’ ailments must be due to parasites.

 

Below is a list of our personal primary symptoms. We do not travel much, so I’m pretty sure we picked up at least the worms in the San Francisco Bay Area. I’m going to try to group our parasite symptoms into what I think caused them. Note that these are educated guesses, based mostly on hindsight. Key: f=flukes, w=worms, p=protozoan, h=recognized in hindsight (i.e. we didn’t expect these to improve when we started treating parasites)

 

  • Seizures – we didn’t have this symptom, but I want it first on the list because it is so commonly misdiagnosed and mistreated!!
  • Teeth grinding (f)
  • Distended belly (w)
  • Ravenous hunger, but pale & malnourished looking (w)
  • Low energy (f,w,h)
  • Itchy bum (w)
  • Night wakings (f,w,h)
  • Drooling , especially at night (f)
  • Cold hands & feet (f)
  • Back aches (f,w)
  • Vision variations (f,w,h) – NOTE: I went from -6.5 and -7 prescription to -4.5 after clearing up the majority of my parasites! My husband had his RX change temporarily while he was excreting the majority of his parasites, but he didn’t have a permanent change.
  • Skin Issues or skin Lesions (w,p) – especially skin issues that flare on the full or new moon
  • Mood swings, behavior (w,h) – especially mood or behavior that flares on the full or new moon
  • Chronic anemia (f,h) – no matter how much liver we ate, we were always on the borderline of anemia. Our microbiology stool test results were perfect, so I know there wasn’t an absorption problem. Note that I haven’t done final blood testing to confirm that the anemia is 100% gone yet, but preliminary tests indicate that it is.
  • Nail biting (f)

Sometimes these parasite symptoms might seem ‘normal.’ Don’t all people get back aches as they get older? Don’t kids usually have night wakings? Maybe, but maybe not. How about this belly?
 


Is this belly distended or normal? Answer: This child put out a baseball size tapeworm on her first enema. Her belly was flat after about 4 months of worm treatment.

 

Diagnosing Parasites

Let me start with a few quotes from one of Dr. Simon Yu MD’s recent articles: “Why Are parasite problems overlooked? They’re overlooked because there are no reliable ways to detect parasites, and we assume parasites are only in third world countries… One of the hardest parts of treating parasites as a physician is that there are no reliable tests available…. But medical professionals are afraid to treat parasites unless we can identify and name the type of parasites. They do not initiate routine parasite medications even when they highly suspect that their patient might be suffering from parasite infestations [1]” Dr. Simon Yu has more information about the difficulty of detecting parasites in humans in the article Parasite Medication Usage Disclaimer Invisible Inaudible Intangible Immeasurable.

 

I have a whole binder of negative parasite stool test results. I now also have a whole binder with pictures of parasites that we’ve excreted. Finally one of the local MDs admitted to me that our chances of catching the parasites are about 5% if we test around the full moon and if we are even testing for the correct parasite. Dr. Klinghardt in one of his radio interviews also said he has stopped sending parasite stool tests to labs. Even if he sends in a worm in the vial, the results often come back ‘taxonomy unknown’.

 

Here is what I recommend for parasite testing, and my comments on each one, in order from most effective to least effective:

 

  • ASYRA (now re-branded as Qest4) – If ASYRA is available, it is a relatively fast and easy way to diagnose parasites in humans. Is it accurate? Our ASYRA results agree with our AMA and ZYTO results. They are also consistent with the parasites that we visually saw. We have seen no benefit from ASYRA energy treatments for parasites. It could be that the treatments are helping in a subtle way, but we noticed no difference. However, we found ASYRA fast and accurate at diagnosing parasites. Note ASYRA is no longer available and has been re-branded as Qest4. Since I have no experience with Qest4, I cannot comment on the differences between the two.
  • Home Energy Testing – Our home energy testing actually works pretty well for diagnosing parasites in humans. I have found this method able to detect parasites even when symptoms are gone and AMA can no longer find them. I usually have the person hold the digestive area when I look for worms and protozoans. I hold the liver area under the right rib when I look for flukes. The following educational videos show how we test for parasites. If these debugging techniques are new, check out the Overview Video first.

     

     

    A few more example videos can be found in the Parasite Medication section.

  • AMA – AMA was effective at diagnosing parasites if we had parasite symptoms. It was not able to detect the presence of parasites once the symptoms were gone. It is possible to still have parasites but to have reduced the population such that parasite symptoms have resolved. If symptoms are resolved, acupuncture meridians are likely balanced so parasites no longer show up on AMA. Unfortunately the only practitioner who does AMA is Dr. Simon Yu MD in St. Louis, MO. Finding the correct acupuncture points takes time and practice. So although I have learned to do AMA at home with my voltmeter, I prefer to do my Home Energy Testing (see below).
  • ZYTO – ZYTO can sometimes find parasites in humans. If a ZYTO scan does show parasites, they will often be buried under all kinds of other issues. Since the parasites themselves often do not come up as a high stressors on the body, ZYTO practitioners may conclude that you shouldn’t worry about them. They will focus on the issues that come up as higher stressors. In actuality, it could be that the parasites are bringing down the body’s defenses to make way for these higher stressors to flourish. The parasites may be the fundamental problem, but ZYTO will rarely indicate this. If ZYTO finds any parasites, even at low levels, I would believe it and I would treat it. If ZYTO does not find any parasites, I would still not rule them out.

Our diagnosis was as follows:
 

  • Youngest child (age 3): Worms, flukes, protozoans
  • Oldest child (age 6): Worms, flukes, protozoans
  • Mom (age 38): Worms, flukes, protozoans
  • Dad (age 41): Worms, protozoans – Note that Dad had no flukes. This leads me to the theory that I have had flukes for a long time (maybe passed from my mother?) and that I gave them to my children in-utero. I have no scientific evidence to back this up.

Here are the details of what we ended up having. We did not see anything visually coming out until we started Enemas, Kalcker protocol, and RX medications (more on that in the next section). Key: v=visual meaning I saw them coming out, e=confirmed with ZYTO, ASYRA, AMA, home testing but I never saw them with my eyes:
 

  • Worms: Ascaris (ve), Round (ve), Tape (v), Taxonomy unknown (v)
  • Flukes: We had thousands of them. Not sure exact species (ve)
  • Protozoan: Blastocystis (e),Babesia (e), some others showing up too, but these 2 were the only ones consistent across all (e) methods

 

Natural Parasite Cleanses -Homeopathic, Herbal and Holistic Approach

For about 5 years we tried every herbal, homeopathic and holistic treatment we could find. We spent A LOT of time and money on these. Here is a list of things we tried over the years that failed:

 

  • Homeopathics: Cina, rounds of custom UNDA#s, Para-chord, Para-Solve, various NET Remedies, Constitutional Remedies.
  • Herbals/Naturals: Black Walnut Capsules from Seroyal, Wormwood (from various companies and we grew our own), Garlic, Papaya, Para-Rid, DE, GSE, Castor Oil.
  • Zapper: Yes, we even have a Hulda Clark Zapper.
  • Light therapy: We tried various versions of this.
  • Energy: Reiki, acupressure points, meditation.
  • Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Osteopathic – Although these are supportive of the body, and made us feel good, we didn’t observe them permanently helping us with parasites.
  • Antiparasitic foods – This is a decent list of antiparasitic foods. We tried eating therapeutic doses of these foods but we never saw any parasites excreted or any change in our symptoms.

None of the above items really worked. Sometimes our parasite symptoms would go away for 1-2 months, but then the symptoms would come back, often stronger. The best for getting parasite symptoms to temporarily disappear was probably the Seroyal Black Walnut capsules. However, we never saw a single worm or fluke come out with any of the above therapies.

 

Dr. Simon Yu is of the opinion that the items listed above just drive parasites deeper into the body. I now fully agree with him. He uses a zapper in his office to ‘agitate’ the parasites so he can detect them with his AMA machine. Parasites have been on this earth longer than we have, and they are hard to eradicate [2]. Dr. Yu prescribes high doses of parasite medications for long periods of time. Even then they can be difficult to kill.

 
 

How To Get Rid Of Parasites In Humans (Finally!)

“Dr. Klinghardt has suggested that when it comes to parasites, this is where some of the pharmaceutical options really shine and are often necessary.” –Quote from Better Health Guy.com. Our family had to learn this the very hard way (See 5 years and thousands of dollars in the previous section).

 

I no longer believe that you can get rid of parasites in humans without prescription medications. If I could do it all over again, here is a list of what I would do, in order from first to last:
 

  1. Enemas to get a head start on worms
  2. Kalcker Protocol for worms
  3. Additional Parasite Medications for flukes, protozoans, and more worms
  4. Gallbladder Liver Flush & Massage to flush out the dead ones
  5. Suppositories if itchy bum

Phew. Lots of steps, not a straightforward process, and unfortunately no practitioner with enough understanding to lead us all the way through. More details about each of these steps are in the following sections. Here is a brief summary video:
 

 
 

Enemas – Head Start on Worms

Worms have ~100x the level of metals, toxins, bacteria & viruses that we have in our bodies. It is best to get the worms out whole so the toxins aren’t released in the body. We experienced this directly when our youngest child had a huge Lyme flare-up right after several worm pieces came out. The worms were killed and came out in pieces once she was taking parasite medications. Although we got lots of worms out whole before putting her on parasite medications, we still weren’t able to get them all out whole.

 

The cheapest, easiest way to get worms out whole is with enemas. Many parasites spend part of their life cycle in the digestive tract. Not all parasites can be washed away with enemas, but it is a great starting point. We do 2-3 enemas per week, for about 2 years. We have tried every kind of enema possible. Sometimes it is a drainage remedy, sometimes a parasite medication, sometimes vitamins or nutrients. Honestly, I think salt water is just as good as anything else for getting parasites in humans out whole. We test at home what to put in the enema for a given person at a given time. The following instructional video show how we figure out what to put in our enema. If these debugging techniques are new, check out the Overview Video first.
 

 


 

A complete list of recent enemas we have taken can be found in the Enema Details section.

 

I do not recommend MMS enemas. There are no studies on what MMS does to the beneficial bacteria and organisms in our digestive tract. I think if there are no beneficial bacteria in the colon, then MMS might be an interesting idea. Personally, I would rather fix my gastrointestinal bacterial balance. This has the added benefits of digesting food and assimilating minerals properly.

 

We try to hold 500mL enemas for at least 20 minutes. More details about equipment, administration, etc. can be found in How To Give a Child an Enema. We sometimes noticed parasites coming out immediately, but often they came out the morning after the enema. We did not dig through our stools, we just observed what was easy to see. Google has plenty of example pictures, as does the Bottoms Up Facebook Group. Pictures of some of our more photogenic parasites can be found here, here, here, here, here. (Don’t feel pressure to click on the pictures. At first I was totally grossed out and freeeked out when I saw these things coming out of us. I found it comforting to see others posting similar pictures on the Bottoms Up Facebook Group. There are also excellent pictures in Kerri Rivera’s book.)

 

 

Kalcker Protocol – Worms

The Kalcker protocol is a great starting place for treating worms. Treating flukes and protozoans? Not so much. See Additional Parasite Medications for more details on treating flukes and protozoans.

 

We started with enemas first, and then the Kalcker protocol. Unfortunately the easy-to-use Kalcker chart has been deleted from the internet, so I have created a modified Kalcker Protocol Chart from my old printout. The original Kalcker protocol is not quite as easy to follow. Note that before starting the Kalcker protocol, I would do Enemas for at least a few weeks. It’s much better to get as many worms out whole as possible.
 

Kalcker times his protocol with the Full Moon. Our parasites got smart and switched their activity to the New Moon after about 6 months, so we switched our Kalcker protocol rounds to the New Moon too.

 

It also seemed that around this time the parasites built up some immunity to Mebendazole (Mebex). We switched to Diethylcarbamazine (Diethyl) in some rounds instead of the Mebex or in addition to it. Note that Diethyl is not as well tolerated as Mebex, so I recommend encapsulating it before taking orally, and only using 1-2 pills max of Diethyl in an enema. We used our home energy testing to find out if we should use Diethyl or Mebex (see videos below).

 

The Kalcker protocol includes the RX parasite medications Mebendazole and Pyrantel Pamoate. Based on our home testing, we sometimes increased the dose of these or stayed on them longer than suggested in the Kalcker protocol. Instructional videos showing how we test can be found in the next section.

 
Kerri Rivera’s book adds MMS / CD / CDS to the original Kalcker protocol. I do not recommend this. The book, however, has some of the best parasite pictures on the internet, starting at around page 170.
 

 

Additional Parasite Medications – Worms, Flukes & Protzoans

Mebex and Pyrantel Pamoate in the Kalcker Protocol are great for worms. However, they are not as effective against flukes or protozoan parasites. Furthermore, some may need higher doses of Mebex and Pyrantel taken for a longer period of time than in the Kalcker protocol. So, in addition to the Kalcker protocol, we also tested other parasite medications. These included: Diethylcarbamazine (a.k.a Diethyl for worms), Praziquantel (flukes), Triclabendazole (flukes), Ivermectin (protozoan), Tinidazole (protozoan), Albendazole (protozoan), Alinia (protozoan), Piperazine (worms), and Levamisole (worms). The article “Are Parasite Medications Safe?” goes into more detail about each of these medications.

 
The following educational videos show how we figured out which parasite medications to take, in what doses. We would test again every few weeks to determine how long to take the medications. Note that although our family had mostly the same parasites, we ended up needing different medications in different doses for a different length of time. Medications depend on how well the body detoxes and how well the liver and kidneys function. Some people can handle higher doses of stronger medications.
 
Testing methods are essential to figuring out parasite medications. Dr. Simon Yu agrees with me – he has no default protocol, his medications are different for every person. The videos below compile and summarize the best way I have found to test for parasite medication rounds. I think they are more sensitive than Dr. Yu’s methods, and they have led us to success in treating parasites. If these debugging techniques are new, check out the Overview Video first.

 


 


 

 

 

 

Overall, the medications testing the best for us were Mebex, Diethyl, Praziquantel, and Ivermectin. I have heard from several practitioners that Albendazole (Albenda) and Alinia are hard on the liver and that they should be monitored and taken with caution. We have done a few rounds of Alinia with our oldest, and didn’t notice any issues. I don’t have enough experience to have an opinion on Albenda & Alinia.

 

Tinidazole is in the class of antibiotics, so I tried to avoid it, but we did take a few rounds. When taking Tinidazole, I was very careful about eliminating all sugars & carbs from our diet, taking ADP (oil of oregano), and monitoring for mold/fungal issues with ZYTO for 3-4 months during and after taking the Tinidazole.

 

In our experience, most of the parasite medications we took were well tolerated. The one exception was Diethyl, which tended to upset our stomach. Once encapsulated in a gel pill format, it was well tolerated. We also did a short round of Levamisole with our youngest, and found that only testing well for a few days. After that it was not well tolerated.

 

It is important to test parasite medications together. First I test individual medications. The ones testing well I then test in combinations to see how many our bodies can tolerate at a time. This includes testing ‘Additional Medications’ with the Kalcker Protocol medications. Sometimes parasite medications test well alone but not in combination. I theorize that the reason medications sometimes don’t test well together is because the excretory and detox organs become overloaded.

 

Dr. Simon Yu generally believes that parasites must be whacked long and hard with medications in order to die. He indicates that negative reactions to medications are because the parasites are dying. Our experience was consistent with his theories. We were very sick the first few rounds and saw lots of flukes and worms coming out – in our stool, through our urinary tract, and we even coughed a few up! Yuk!! We felt very ill. Quoting from a friend who described it very well, “It is definitely the most difficult protocol I have tried. I feel like I am having a horrible hangover, nausea, dizziness, headache, fatigue, and general malaise. Also, my taste buds are messed up. Every time I eat I cannot taste the food but the medicine. The good thing is I believe it is doing its job. Every time I excrete it smells pretty foul. Weird things floating to the surface. My brain fog has lessened but I am getting headaches. I have night sweating and nasal congestion, which I normally never have. It is taking all my willpower to keep up. I had to break the dose into three and take every 6 hours.”
 

Subsequent rounds after the first few ‘initial kills’ didn’t make us feel nearly as sick. The exact details of which medications we took and for how long can be found below in Parasite Medication Details. Ideas of where to get these medications can be found in where to get parasite medications.

 

We also took some other supportive supplements while taking the parasite medications. Overall the most useful supportive supplements were Liver Chi and Wormwood. I have tried to list relevant supplements in the Parasite Medication Details. There are other supplements that we took, e.g. Vitamin D and Vitamin C, that were for general immune support but not necessarily for parasites. We did constantly monitor our detoxification , drainage, and methylation during parasite medication rounds. Killing lots of parasites can release bacteria, viruses and toxins into the body.

 

Gallbladder Liver Flush & Massage – Flush Out the Dead Ones

Most adult gallbladders and livers are filthy from years of toxins, chemicals & parasites. We could all use a good cleaning!

 

Adults in our family did a gallbladder liver flush after every round of parasite medications. I eventually realized that the flush was much more effective if done fasting, so I switched to only flushing after every 2 rounds of parasite medications instead of after every round. I believe the idea is to flush out any parasites that have died and might be stuck in the gallbladder, liver or bile ducts. Note that Dr. Simon Yu recommends flushing 4x/year, even for a ‘healthy’ person. It’s amazing how much better one can feel after flushing! Check out the detailed instructions and tips for a gallbladder liver flush.

 

Sometimes toxins and parasites can be excreted by massaging the liver. If one has parasites, I would do a Gallbladder Liver Flush and Liver Massage. Do them together for bonus points! Details and instructional videos for Liver Massage are over in the Gallbladder section.
 
In hindsight, I wonder if we would have reduced our reactions to parasite medications had we first done a gallbladder liver flush. I’m guessing much of what I excreted during the flush was there long before I started killing parasites. My body could have perhaps tolerated larger, longer doses of parasite medications had I first cleaned up my liver a bit.

 

Suppositories

Suppositories are last, i.e. least important, on this list. I don’t think they are necessary; they are optional. Dr. Klighardt recommends Garlic-Wormwood suppositories every night for 60 days. I only started doing them because of an itchy bum, and I found them quite effective at relieving the itchy bum. I can’t say that I noticed more parasite excretion after suppositories, but I do think that the suppositories either disrupted their life cycle or sent them into deeper hiding. I tested what ‘flavor’ of suppository would work best, which varied over time: Mebendazole, Pyrantel, Diethyl, Wormwood, Garlic. I did suppositories nightly for at least 60 days with whatever was testing well for my parasites, and I often switched it up during those 60 days.

 

 

Enema Details

Our optimal enema seems to be the ones that are based on either our home energy testing or ZYTO results. Sometimes they are praziquantel/mebex/diethyl, sometimes nutrients, sometimes drainage/ detox remedies. I use my knowledge of any symptoms that might be going on, like a flu going around school, chelation work, or parasite medications. I then test items that we have that would support these topics. The Enema Section has an instructional video showing how we test. Below is a snapshot of some of our enemas – just to give an idea.

 

DateYoungest ChildOldest ChildMe
11/11/14L-Methylfolate, NeemToxinAbosorbmaxIvermectin & Diethyl
11/19/14Homocysteine, ToxinAbsorbmaxToxex, Lymph Terrain, Lymph Tone IIGallbladder Terrain
11/24/14ToxinAbsorbmax, Lumbrokinase, L-MethylfolateE3 Live, Lumbrokinase, Liposomal Vitamin CAdvaclear, Methyl Guard Plus
12/8/14Vitamin C, ToxinAbsorbmaxLiposomal C, Vitamin C, Dessicated HypothalmusVitamin C
12/12/14Prescript AssistLiposomal C & ToxinAbsorbmaxE3 Live, Pau D Arco
12/15/14Prescript Assist, DiethylLiposomal C & ToxinAbsorbmaxPraziquantel, Mebendazole (Mebex), Diethyl
12/22/14Neem, ChlorellaVascular Terrain, Stomach Terrain, Liver TerrainPraziquantel
12/26/14Neem, ChlorellaVascular Terrain, Stomach Terrain, Liver TerrainLymph II, Praziquantel
1/2/15Neem tincture, DiethylMebex, Flannel FlowerMebex, Diethyl, Praziquantel
1/6/15Neem tincture, Praziquantel

 

Praziquantel, Lumbrokinase, Neem tinctureMebex
1/9/15Neem tincture, L-Methylfolate

 

Praziquantel, Lumbrokinase, DiethylDiethyl, Mebex
1/12/15Neem tincture, Super Silica, Citrulline

 

PraziquantelPraziquantel, Mebex, ToxinAbsorbMax

 

 

Where to Get Parasite Medications for Humans

I have yet to see any insurance that covers parasite medications. The only exception is Tinidazole (antibiotic used for protozoans), which is usually covered. For the other medications, you can try to get an RX from a doctor (!!good luck!!), go to a compounding pharmacy, and pay $1-5 per pill. The other option is to order the parasite medications yourself from overseas for much less. Honestly, that’s what the compounding pharmacies in the US do! Below is a list of the sources we use. We have tested these medications at home, and with ZYTO. We have found them equivalent to what we got from two compounding pharmacies in the US.
 

  • Mebendazole, Diethyl, Ivermectin, Alinia, Albendazole: All Day Chemist
  • Pyrantel: AlliVet
  • Praziquantel: Small quantities from Ebay. Large quantities from Fishman. These are the ones we use. I recently found out that Thai pharmacy also sells praziquantel. Although we have never tried their praziquantel, we have tried their Niclosamide.
  • Levamisole: Ebay (Search under Prohibit Levamisole if the link breaks.) or Valley Vet (Search Levamisole if the link breaks.)
  • Tindazole: Rite-Aid, CVS,etc with RX (usually covered) or All Day Chemist (Note: if you take Tinda, you must be on ADP and tighten up on sugars & carbs for 3-4 months afterwards. It is technically in the class of antibiotics)
  • Niclosamide: Thai pharmacy or this brand, also from Thai Pharmacy
  • Piperazine: Ebay (search for piperazine citrate if the link breaks)

Our family has personally ordered and used hundreds of dollars of these medications from the above sources. We have never had a problem with ordering or quality, even though some of the companies are outside of the USA.
 
The article “Are Parasite Medications Safe?” has more detail about each of these medications.
 
 

Parasite Medication Details

Initially, our parasite medications were based on recommendations from Dr. Simon Yu, MD. Later I started basing the medication rounds off of my home testing. I started doing this when I noticed that our worms were becoming resistant to Mebendazole (Mebex), so I switched to Diethyl. Dr. Yu also wanted to stop our medications once our acupuncture meridians were clear. However, we still had some parasite symptoms, we were still excreting parasites, and we were still testing well on parasite medications.

 

Dr. Yu often recommends Tinidazole, technically an antibiotic. I tried to minimize the number of rounds with Tinidazole, since it required 3-4 months of very strict dieting and anti-fungals. This is to avoid causing other problems, namely candida, dysbiotic bacteria, and fungal overgrowth.

 

We found that Diethyl is not always well tolerated. I recommend putting it in a capsule before swallowing. Diethyl tablets were OK as-is for suppositories and enemas. Levamisole was also not well tolerated for our family, despite encapsulation. We ended up only taking Levamisole orally for a few days at a time. It was also not well tolerated in enemas.

 

Below are the details of our parasite medication rounds. Generally we tested for medications and started the rounds 1 week before the full moon. After about 4-6 months, we shifted the timing of our rounds to 1 week before the new moon. In general a round was 10 days for children and 20 days for adults, although variations are noted in the details. All medications listed in a round were taken at the same time. In hindsight, I wish I had “whacked” the parasites longer and harder, as I learned to do after the first few rounds. I also included some of the herbs and supplements that were especially supportive in the beginning.
 
Please note that these medication rounds are not a general parasite protocol. Although our family mostly had the same parasites, you can see that our medications varied widely. Some of us could not tolerate as many medications at once, likely due to liver or kidney overload, or detox issues. This is why the example parasite medication testing videos above are so important. I don’t know how one could figure all of this out otherwise!
 
Dosing key:

  • Ivermectin – 12mg tablets
  • Pyrantel – liquid, this one
  • Praziquantel – 360mg capsules
  • Tinidazole – 500mg pills
  • Diethyl – 100mg tabs, encapsulated before taking
  • Alinia (Nizonide) – 500mg pills

Oldest Child

Round #MedicationDosing & Details
#1 & #2 (same)Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals, then repeated 3 weeks later
Praziquantel2 tabs, 2x/day for 10 days before meals, then repeated 3 weeks later
#3 & #4 (same)Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Tinidazole1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Praziquantel2 tabs, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long (note: antifungal for Tinidazole)
Liver Chi1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Nettles1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Wormwood2tabs, 2x/day
#5Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days
Tinidazole1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days
Pyrantel1 tsp, 2x/day, for 20 days (when not on Kalcker Pyrantel)
Praziquantel2 tabs, 2x/day, for 20 days
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long
Liver Chi1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days before meals
Nettles1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days before meals
Wormwood2tabs, 2x/day for 20 days before meals
#6Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days
Tinidazole1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days
Diethylcarbamazine1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days
Praziquantel2 tabs, 2x/day for 20 days
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long
Wormwood2tabs, 2x/day for 20 days
#7Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days
Praziquantel3 tabs, 2x/day for 20 days
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long
Wormwood2tabs, 2x/day
#8Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Mebendazole1 tab. 2x/day when not on Kalcker
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 20 days
Praziquantel3 tabs, 2x/day for 20 days
Diethyl1 tabs, 2x/day for 20 days
ADP1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
#9Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Diethyl1.5 tabs, 2x/day, for the rest of the month NOTE: Diethyl started after complaining of itchy bum & testing well on Diethyl
#10Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Diethyl1.5 tabs, 2x/day, continued from previous round, NO BREAK!
#11Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Diethyl1.5 tabs, 2x/day, continued from previous round, NO BREAK!
Praziquantel2 pills, 2x/day
#12Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Alinia1 tab 2x/day for 10 days
#13Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Alinia1 tab 2x/day for 10 days
#14Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2 tab 2x/day for 10 days
#15Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab 2x/day for 20 days
#16 (finally stopped Kalcker Protocol!)Praziquantel2 caps 2x/day for 12 days
Pyrantel1 tsp 2x/day for 12 days
#17Ivermectin1 tab 2x/day for 3 days
Diethyl1.5 tabs 2x/day for 3 days
#18Ivermectin1 cap 2x/day for 13 days
#19Praziquantel2 caps 2x/day for 6 days
Pyrantel1 tsp 2x/day for 6 days

Youngest Child

Round #MedicationDosing & Details
#1Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2 tabs, 2x/day for 10 days before meals, then repeated 3 weeks later
#2-5Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Tinidazole1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long (note: antifungal for Tinidazole)
Liver Chi1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
#6Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Ivermectin2 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Tinidazole1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Liver Chi1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long (note: antifungal for Tinidazole)
#7Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin2 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Tinidazole1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Diethyl1 cap 2x/day for 10 days before meals
Pyrantel1T, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long
Liver Chi1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
#8Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Diethyl1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days
ADP1 tab, 2x/day all month long
#9Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab 2x/day, for 12 days
Diethyl1 tab, 2x/day, for 12 days
Wormwood1 tab 2x/day, for 12 days
A.D.P1 tab 2x/day, for 12 days
#10Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Diethyl1.5 tab, 2x/day for 10 days
#11Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
#12Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 2x/day for 10 days before meals
#13Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Diethyl1.5 tab, 2x/day for 10 days
Praziquantel2 caps, 2x/day for 10 days
#14Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Pyrantel1T, 2x/day when not on Pyrantel in Kalcker for 10 days
Diethyl1.5 tabs 2x/day for 10 days
#15Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab 2x/day for 24 days
#16 (No More Kalcker Protocol!)Ivermectin1 tab 2x/day for 6 weeks
Mebendazole1 tab 2x/day for 3 weeks
#17Ivermectin1 tab 2x/day for 3 weeks
Mebendazole1 tab 2x/day for 2 weeks
#18Pyrantel1 tsp 2x/day for 10 days
Praziquantel2 pills 2x/day for 10 days

 

Me

Round #MedicationDosing & Details
#1-3Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 3x/day for 21 days before meals
Praziquantel2 tabs, 3x/day for 21 days before meals
Tinidazole1 tab, 3x/day for 21 days before meals
Wormwood3 tabs 3x/day
A.D.P.(oil of oregano) 1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Whole Body3 tabs WB & 1 tab CP, 6 days on & 1 day off, 30min before largest meal
Colon Program
Liver Chi1 tab 3x/day, before meals for first 2 months
Gallbladder Nano1tsp 3x/day for 2 months, 30 min before food in 6oz water
Gallbladder Liver FlushAfter Parasite Meds
#4Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2 tabs, 3x/day for 21 days before meals
Diethyl1.5 tab 3x/day for 21 days
ADP1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Whole Body3 tabs WB & 1 tab CP, 1x/day for 3 months, 6 days on & 1 day off, 30min before largest meal
Colon Program
Gallbladder Liver FlushAfter Parasite Meds
#5Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel4 tabs, 2x/day for 21 days before meals
Diethyl2 tab 2x/day for 21 days before meals
Ivermectin1 tab 2x/day for 21 days before meals
Triclabendazole710 mg 2x/day for 3.5 days, then repeated in 1 month
ADP1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Gallbladder Liver FlushAfter Parasite Meds
#6Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel4 tabs, 2x/day for 21 days before meals
Diethyl2 tab 2x/day for 21 days before meals
ADP1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Gallbladder Liver FlushAfter Parasite Meds
#7Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel6 pills 2x/day continued from previous month
#8Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Triclabendazole710 mg 2x/day for 2 weeks
#9Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2 pills 2x/day plus prazi in castor oil on skin near liver for 4 weeks
Ivermectin2 pills 2x/day for 4 weeks
#10Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2 pills 2x/day for 5 weeks
Ivermectin2 pills 2x/day for 2 weeks
Pyrantel1T 2x/day for 1 week, then 1tsp 2x/day for 3 weeks
#11 (No more Kalcker Protocol!)Mebendazole1 tab 2x/day for 21 days
Diethyl1.5 tabs 2x/day for 21 days
Triclabendazole710 mg 2x/day for 4 days, then 1 week off, then again 4 days

 

Husband

Round #MedicationDosing & Details
#1Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 3x/day for 21 days before meals
Pyrantel Pamoate1 tabs, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Wormwood3 tabs 3x/day
A.D.P.(oil of oregano) 1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Gallbladder Nano1tsp 3x/day for 2 months, 30 min before food in 6oz water
Gallbladder Liver FlushAfter Parasite Meds
#2Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel2pills, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Ivermectin 12mg1 tab, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Wormwood3 tabs 3x/day
A.D.P.(oil of oregano) 1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Gallbladder Nano1tsp 3x/day for 2 months, 30 min before food in 6oz water
Gallbladder Liver FlushAfter Parasite Meds
#3Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Praziquantel1 tabs, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Ivermectin1 tab, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Pyrantel Pamoate1 tabs, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Wormwood3 tabs 3x/day for 21 days before meals
A.D.P.(oil of oregano) 1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Gallbladder Nano1tsp 3x/day for 2 months, 30 min before food in 6oz water
Gallbladder Liver FlushAfter Parasite Meds
#4Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
Ivermectin1 tab, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Diethyl1 tabs, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Tinidazole1 tab 2x/day
Pyrantel Pamoate1 tabs, 4x/day for 21 days before meals
Wormwood3 tabs 3x/day for 21 days before meals
A.D.P.(oil of oregano) 1 tab, 3x/day all month long
Liver Chi1 tab 3x/day, before meals for first 2 months
#5-7Kalcker ProtocolIncludes Mebex, Pyrantel, DE, Castor Oil
#8Diethyl1.5 tabs 2x/day for 3 weeks
Praziquantel2 pills 2x/day for 3 weeks

 

How do you know when parasites are gone?

Dr. Andreas Kalcker says that it takes 12-18months to get rid of worms, and our experience so far agrees with him. Dr. Yu’s book [2] gives the impression of 6-9 months with his parasite medications to clear acupuncture meridians. However, this does not mean that all parasites are gone, it just means that they are no longer effecting the acupuncture meridians. I am of the opinion that it will take at least 12 months for a long-standing infestation. I think it depends on how long you’ve had them, how well established they are, and how your overall system is functioning. So how do you know when you’re done? I use the following criteria:
 

  1. No longer excreting parasites
  2. All parasite symptoms resolved
  3. No longer testing well on parasite medications.

I have actually found that #1 and #2 above might be clear, but we are still testing well on parasite medications. In this case, we still take the parasite medications. We have experienced recurrence of parasite symptoms, even after #1 and #2 are clear. I keep testing, especially starting one week before the full and new moons. This is the best time to detect parasites.

 
 

Parasite Infestation Prevention

How do you prevent parasites in humans from becoming established? We are exposed to parasites all the time. At school. At work. In the park. Noone is deworming themselves, let alone their pets these days! Here are my tips for minimizing exposure and strengthening the body’s defenses against parasites:
 

  1. Diet – Eat real food without sugar to maximize immune function.
  2. Healthy Gut – Many parasites use the digestive tract as their home base. Make sure the GI tract is functioning properly to help prevent infestation.
  3. Chelate – Parasites like environments with lots of heavy metals and toxins. Chelation will also help the immune system function better. Chelation is a long process that can take many years.
  4. Enemas – Twice a month for prevention. Immediately if itchy bum.
  5. Wash hands & keep hands away from face.
  6. Wash fruits & veggies with this ozonator, especially fruits and vegetables that will be eaten raw.
  7. Herbal cleanses – We do preventative herbal cleanses 2x/year. I do still think that herbs can be useful for new infestations, although they aren’t very effective at long-standing infections.
  8. Gallbladder-Liver Flush– Adults do this at least 4x/year in our family. We do it both for general health and for parasite prevention.

 

 

FAQ

Q: You write: “We learned a lot from Dr. Yu, but unfortunately he was also missing some key pieces of the parasite puzzle.” What pieces?

A: The answers are buried in this page. In case you missed them, here they are listed for easier reading. As usual, they are in rank order from the most important puzzle piece to the least important puzzle piece.

  • Enemas – Dr. Yu doesn’t recommend enemas. If you have worms, enemas before parasite medications are essential. The more worms excreted whole before medications, the better. Worms can release all kinds of viruses, bacteria, and toxins into our bodies when they die.
  • Diethyl – Dr. Yu doesn’t prescribe Diethyl. It is not only cheap, it is great for ascaris (worms). When worms become resistant to Mebendazole, Diethyl can help finish them off. We found that Diethyl is much more effective against worms than Pyrantel.
  • Tinidazole – Dr. Yu prescribes Tinidazole, technically an antibiotic. He does this without any further instruction. Unfortunately, without strict dieting and anti-fungals, this can lead to other problems, namely candida, dysbiotic bacteria, and fungal overgrowth.
  • Testing before stopping a round – Dr. Yu generally prescribes 3 week rounds for adults. I agree this is a decent guess, but in hindsight, I would do things differently now. I would re-test a few days before the end of the 3rd week. Some of our later rounds ended up being 5-6 weeks. My guess is that I would’ve made more progress in a shorter time had I tested and perhaps made the initial round longer. Back then, I didn’t know how to test myself for parasite medications. See the above videos to learn everything that I now know!
  • Testing methodology – Dr. Yu uses AMA. I have found that the testing methods I demonstrate in the videos are more sensitive than Dr. Yu’s AMA. Sensitivity is very important – parasites are hard to kill. If you stop medications too early, parasites can become resistant and come back even stronger. I did ask Dr. Yu what percentage of his patients who return for yearly checkups need more parasite medications after he previously declared them finished. He got upset and refused to answer…
  • Length of treatment – Dr. Yu’s book [2] gives the impression of 6-9 months with his parasite medications to clear acupuncture meridians. However, this does not mean that all parasites are gone, it just means that they are no longer effecting the acupuncture meridians. I am of the opinion that it will take at least 12 months for a long-standing infestation of worms.
  • Emotional issues – Dr. Yu is very much an “I’m the doctor, follow my instructions, you don’t know anything” kind of guy. Especially with women. Many doctors these days are like this, it is not unique to Dr. Yu. What he misses here is the fact that the people who heal are the ones who are empowered to take their health into their own hands [3]. Dr. Yu isn’t there in the middle of the night when you are feeling horrible, excreting flukes, and trying to decide whether to stop taking parasite medications. He’s not there when you need extra drainage support for the virus that the dead worm has just released into your digestive tract. Dr. Yu needs to see himself more in the role of a consultant, or partner in healing. For more details, check out the Social and Emotional Aspects of Healing section.
  • Final note – Many apologies to Dr. Yu if this seems like a laundry list of complaints. Dr. Yu is doing great work. His work is not easy. He has been investigated by the US medical board. He would no doubt do things differently were it not for insurance, lawyers, and the broken US medical system. Despite what might sound like harsh criticisms above, I am absolutely humbled by and grateful for his work, efforts and dedication to treating hidden infections. I offer the above comments in the spirit of Debug Your Health – to save others time, money, and frustration.

Q: What do you think about this plan that my practitioner prescribed? “Biltricide (praziquatel) 4 times each day for 4 days. He then prescribes Pyratel for 17 days, then Ivermectin for 17 days, then Albendazole for 17 days, then Alinia for 17 days. The amounts do not come close to what you took.”

A: For some reason, there are a lot of practitioners prescribing these short, small, all-medication rotation rounds. It’s like a crap shoot with only one die. I’m hearing reports of this in both America and Europe. I can’t quite understand why this is in vogue at the moment. Anyway, I digress… The people I’ve seen doing this go back to the practitioner after the rotation. The practitioner then declares the parasites gone. However, the person usually hasn’t seen any parasites coming out, nor have they experienced symptom relief.
Here’s my take: Parasites are very hard to kill [2]. These short, wimpy medication rounds drive them deeper into hiding in the body. They also start to acclimate to the medications. Furthermore, enemas should be done first if worms are present. I also wouldn’t prescribe Alinia to everyone as a general protocol, it can be especially hard on the liver. Either hit parasites hard and fast with the correct medications, or don’t try to hit at all. Often parasites need to be hit with several medications at once to die [2].

 
Q: Is it OK to take parasite medications with other medications?

A: It depends on the ‘other medications’. Our experience is that chelating while taking parasite medications was pretty hard on our bodies, and we sometimes had to stop chelation while taking parasite medications. The Cowden Lyme herbs were fine with parasite medications. Besides chelation, we didn’t observe any negative reactions from taking parasite medications with any other supplements. We always test combinations of medications before we take them.

 

Q: What about taking probiotics with parasite medications?

A: I am of the opinion that probiotics feed worms. I have no scientific evidence to back up this theory. I do have the observation that parasite symptoms seemed to be worse the more probiotics we were taking. I recommend taking probiotics 1st thing in the morning instead of last thing at night, if for some reason they must be taken. This will hopefully keep them away from the parasites that tend to be active and feeding at night.

 

Q: What about binders? Any thoughts on Diatomaceous earth?

A: DE is part of the Kalcker Protocol, which I do recommend. Some of our family members took extra DE (usually ~1Tablespoon 2x/day) for some periods of time. This was based on our home energy testing and ZYTO. We’ve been taking Chlorella for many years, I haven’t seen that clinically or energetically showing up as beneficial for parasites. Other binders like Zeolite, Charcoal, etc. we have used but not in the context of helping with parasites.

 

Q: What about eating anti-parasitic foods and dietary changes?

A: Here and here are some common lists of anti-parasitic foods. We have tried all of them over several years, but have never noticed any improvements in parasite symptoms or parasites coming out until we started enemas and parasite medications. My sense is that if there is an acute exposure, these foods might help prevent the parasites in humans from becoming established. We have noticed a huge improvement in our health from changing our diet, but I think that was because it helped heal our guts, not because it was eradicating parasites.

 

Q: What do you recommend for enema systems, particularly for children?

A: We’ve tried pretty much every enema system. I like the clear glass jar the best because it does not leach toxins into the enema and we can see through the glass how much is left. I recommend getting one of these cheap plastic enema buckets with a hose for each family member. I use the plastic bucket to get the water started in the tubing, but then actually deliver the enema from a glass jar. Here is a Youtube Video with details about the glass jar method. After the enema, I disinfect with 91% alcohol from the drugstore, wash with water, let everything dry, and then reuse.

 

Q: Were you totally freeked out when you saw all those flukes and worms coming out?

A: I almost fainted when the first baseball-sized tape worm came out of my 3 year old. I went over to the neighbor’s house at 8pm on a weekday, borrowed all their bleach, and started bleaching the whole house. I was literally traumatized. Slowly, I became thankful that these creatures were coming out. Thankful that we had figured it out before our health declined further. Before I got cancer like my mother. Thankful that my eye prescription went from -6.5 to -4.5. Thankful for the better moods and flat bellies of the children. Thankful for extra energy and increased vitality for the whole family!
 

Q: Did you ever try turpentine? What is your opinion of it?

A: I have scanned a few different turpentines into ZYTO over the years. They never tested well. Our practitioner tested them on other clients too and they never really tested well on them either. So, no, we never tried it.
 
Q: After treatments are the results long-lasting or do you catch parasites again and need more treatments?
A: The children go to a public school with over 700 children from all over the world. To my knowledge, none of these other children have ever been de-wormed. The children are constantly being re-exposed at school. However, one relatively small dose of parasite medications usually clears things right up. It’s possible that some of the herbal or more natural remedies might work too for these small infestations.
 

Q: What is your opinion about the Gu Syndrome and Classical Pearls?
A: I have read their information. I agree that herbs can be used against parasites, but I don’t think they kill them. I think herbs push parasites deeper into the body. I know a family who has tried the Gu approach with a qualified practitioner, and this is indeed what happened to them. I have yet to see an herb-only protocol that works. Sorry, I really wish this answer were different.

 
 

References

[1] Dr. Simon Yu MD, “Parasites as a New, Emerging, Global Environmental Threat: A Paradigm Shift in Environmental Medicine,” December 2014.

[2] Dr. Simon Yu MD, Accidental Cure, 2010.

[3] Turner, Kelly PhD. “Radical Remission Surviving Cancer Against All Odds” 2014.

[4] Brindley, Paul and Loukas, Alex. “Helminth infection–induced malignancy” PLOS Pathogens, July 2017.

 
 

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