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Re: Start the protocol or wait for the Doxy??
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Re: Start the protocol or wait for the Doxy??

I read about Hulda Clark recommending essential oils for tape worm wasn't it? I didn't know this when I first learned about them. I had a friend turn me onto them, and was amazed. She kept sending me pictures of these monsters she was getting out, it was never ending. Honestly, I have posted about them, but nobody seemed interested until you :)

I used a variety of oils, only Young Living brand due to the purity. I used several on my head in a little cosmetic roller with a carrier oil. Mainly Frankincense and Myrrh. I saturated my head at night and soon the movement stopped, I felt something bite me on the way down the back of my neck for a long time about 3-5 days into this process, then it must have died and hopefully flushed away. I still do this occasionally, and have sensations, so I may still have larvae or something, somewhere in my head.

Lemon grass is one of my overall favorites. I use it in plain water enema's and also coffee enema's. I also put it in capsules and mix with cinnamon bark, thyme, clove, oregano oil, and many others. These are good to start with.

YL has a premixed encapsulated product called parafree. (I have 2 bottles on ebay right now) they are expensive, but worth it. I have never tried to sell here, and am not now. I am only a distributor for the price breaks, I only purchase for my own use, but I over purchased a few months ago. My friend got out tons of big parasites/worms taking this product. For me, it targeted bacteria. I may have gotten rid of some of the long mucous strands that some call rope, but nothing big, cause I had already cleared most of them.

I also used a blend calld Di-Gize. I use this both internally and over my liver and abdomen. this gave me huge die off, but helped my bowels greatly.

I tried to keep it simple, I researched oils and it is amazing the peer-reviewed studies on these compounds for disease. I was targeting H pylori or another rogue bacteria, so I concentrated on those oils with proven anti-bacterial properties. Of course, anything in this category can be anti parasitic also.

Regarding garlic, you don't have to chew, I didn't. I smashed hard to flatten and release the oils, then dice up small, spoon it in your mouth and rinse down with water. I never chew or taste it. If smashing released a lot of oil, I would take a corner of a piece of bread and soak up the oil and eat that the same way, never chewing.

Garlic and vitamin C are great chelators. Garlic will also help with food cravings. I could fast on it for days, or eat just very little with no problem.

Neem, Bosweilla, tumeric, clove and many other dried herbs were helpful to me on my journey. I have NEVER been without some sort of protocol going on, which may be why I don't feel I have worms anymore.

If you read my other post regarding high dose Vit-C, it is worth trying.... It helped me tremendously by stopping the anxiety in it's tracks. This was major in my recovery. This is why I feel for the OP, I know the anxiety caused by parasites can cause mood and behavior issues. It can cloud your thinking.


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