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Re: Myrrh for Trematodes (Flukes/Fasciola)
 
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Re: Myrrh for Trematodes (Flukes/Fasciola)


I would say it's toxicity from taking the meds at too high a dose, causing your body to spasm, not worms. You can't feel worms. I'm guessing if you try to kill them the pharmaceutical cartel's way, and take a high enough dose to actually kill them all that way, it'll kill you too. And a repost of some past advice.

"There's lots of advice here about parasite killing. Avoid any of the drug crap though, it might 'cure' them temporarily but they just reinfect you immediately.

And now you are trying to heal from the damage done by the drugs on top of trying to fight off the parasites, to say nothing of the very deliberately added toxicity..

My advice?

I'd use Dr. Clark's herbs and the zapper she recommends. It kills ANY WORM TYPE parasite, period. It isn't even the frequency, it's the shape of the electrical wave. Someone said it was like sawing them into pieces.

Not a very survivable thing, and mutating??? Hardly. It take quite a mutation to not get sawed up--think about it, what would your body need to mutate to do that?

It'd take thousand of years. But any parasites who are exposed to the current are killed, so none survive TO mutate. The ones who survive are buried deep enough the current doesn't reach them, so they aren't surviving the current, just too deep to reach.

So don't let all the doom/gloom fear mongers trick you into worrying about. The same with the herbs.

Dr. Clark's herbs (the only ones I bother with) have killed the worms for millennia--why would the worms mutate now? I of course have my theories, if so, but I think those herbs are like the zapper current. It's like ripping every kind of worm apart, not just killing them, a tough thing to survive. It's not called Wormwood for no reason.

Both are necessary because the toxicity of the world (and the drugs) today is so weakening our immune systems, the worms just eat their way out extremely easily.

And the herbs are only effective in the digestive tract, maybe a bit outside, but not much. But the zapper can't reach into the deep bowls sometimes, so herbs are necessary for those."

 

 
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