"If you rid the parasites by means of a drug, for example, you still may be suseptable to re-infection of the SAME organism. If your body gets rid of it on it's own, you should have immunity to several variations of similiar parasites."
Does using the Black-Walnut hulls, Wormwood , and cloves and/or Co-Q10 and ozonated olive oil count as using drugs? If not how would the body rid the parasites on its own?
"But the body will need antigenic determinants with a high specificity to any parasite invading the body"
Does that mean the immune system must make special antibodies/white blood cells specifically designed to kill parasites?
"If the parasite has a high specificity to humans [like plasmodium] It has probably evolved in a way that it can handle your immune-responses."
So is there another way the body can kill it?
"The important thing to remember, is your immune-cells need to identify the parasite by means of membrane-bound molecules [antigens]"
How exactly does it do that? If there are some cases where the cells do not do that automatically, is there a way to get them to do that?
I apologize for asking so many questions but I am not well-versed in immunology, biology or parisitology.
One more question, Shroom.
I thought that the immune system was supposed to identify any foregin substance in the body and immedialey attack and kill it (which is why blood transfusions/organ transplants are sometimes rejected without the proper precautions). So wouldn't that mean that someone with a strong immune system would never get parasites because the eggs would be immediatly identified as a foreign substance and be destroyed?