I think a girl where I work just discovered she has worms. I just have this hunch. because she was crying a few times after coming from the bathroom stall. She also saw that I had oregano oil (bought at a healthfood store) and shown alot of interest when I told her that it helps the body ward off parasites and viruses.
She had been only eating meat for months as she and her husband were on the Atkins diet. That much meat sits in your intestines, and in many meats, some of the worms or eggs in it dont die when you cook the meat. In a meat eating animal, the meat is quickly pushed through their short intestines, but in humans' intestines-, it sits in there too long, and the eggs hatch into larvea in our intestines.
The same thing would happen to a cow if a cow was force fed meat. We have similar intestines, as most plant eating animals.
I read that 80% of people in America and the Western World all have some type of parasite.
According to Dr. Hulda Clark , Whenever possible, try to use natural type cleaning fluids and read your labels on your cleansers. The parabins, mineral oils, and other chemical additives create Benzyne in our bodys which really really encourage parasites to thrive more than in any time of history--especially liver fluke (which i have).
I tossed alot of my stuff and use vinegar with water for my "Windex" and Murphys Oil soap for my furniture cleaner.
Using Burts Bees cosmetics and toiletries now-- , using olive oil on my face as a moisturizer., etc.. , for you men-- Burts Bees has this awesome smelling aftershave spray called Bay Rum. Im thinking of buying that for myself!-- and i got a few essential oils to use for perfumes, like "oil of orange" or "almond oil" .