Intestine parasites can be ingested through the foods we eat as well as in the water we consume. These parasites can live within the body; they love to adhere to the inside wall of the intestines. Meats which are not cooked properly is one source of infection. Drinking water can also be infected with these creatures. Left unchecked, these parasites can create damage within the body.
Another concern is that of worms within the human intestines. Surprisingly, individuals can go for years without knowing they even have the worms. Symptoms may occur as soon as a few weeks which include fatigue, weakness, problems sleeping, and weight loss. Other abdominal symptoms may be present including dissension of the belly, foul smelling gas, and watery bowel movements.
Naturally Safe Options
There are naturally safe options to use at home which are useful in gaining control over intestinal parasites along with intestinal worms. Here are some of those options used by many with favorable results:
Garlic can do wonders when it comes to treating intestinal worms. The garlic and the oils it releases are good for home treatment. Crust cloves of garlic and apply this to the skin. The body will naturally absorb the oils and transport it in to the blood stream. The recommended use is three cloves upon arising in the early of the day for several days.
Daily drink a mixture of eight ounces of spearmint juice along with two to four ounces (to taste) of lemon juice. Add a small amount of black salt to this mixture.
Pumpkin Seed Delight
Adding pumpkin seeds to your diet on a daily basis can help to paralyze mature worms within the body. This allows the worms to be moved out of the bowels more easily since they are unable to cling to their prey.
Pineapple fruit is a great food item to add to the diet to help rid the body of tape worms. This is mainly due to the bromelain enzymes which help with digestion in the body.
Turmeric (Powder or Juice)
For the fight against intestinal worms, turmeric can be used in a couple of ways. First, the powder form can be added to eight ounces of buttermilk. Second, the juice form can be added to some water to drink. Using these methods to supplement create wonderful benefits for the body.
Fresh coconut can be added to the breakfast meal. The best way to do this is to eat three teaspoons of freshly grown meat of the coconut. At lunch time (approx. 3 hrs. later), drink a glass of luke-warm milk with six teaspoons of oil castor added.
Seeds of the Papaya
The seeds of the papaya which are black in color can help the body to rid itself of intestinal parasites. Oftentimes, we throw the dark seeds away when preparing the fruit to eat. Simply, create a paste out of the crushed seeds to be consumed, while eating the fruit.
Onion juice is naturally sulfuric and it can be used to treat worms of the intestine. Two times daily, consume two teaspoons for fourteen days. Cloves can also be used in home treatments by eating around three cloves each day.
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