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Parasites are remarkably difficult to diagnose. They drag your health and well-being down and down and down. They manifest as symptoms as diverse as fatigue, brain fog, and even bad breath, just to name a few of the dozens of possibilities.
They disrupt the balance of your microbiome and wreak havoc on your gut, which in turn affects nearly every aspect of your health and daily energy levels.
And these aren’t just some antiquated health concern for developing countries with inadequate sanitation. This is a modern silent epidemic.
Awareness is important. We focused on the how and the why in a previous article. Here we want to focus on what you can do to get rid of them naturally, without relying on toxic anti-worming agents or other powerful chemicals.
We’ve condensed everything down into an easy 4 step process so you can clear your system in just 5 weeks.
The single most important action you can take to ridding yourself of parasites is to take away their food supply – and that means sugar in all its forms:
Essentially, you need to go on a Paleo-Diet only without any fruit. We recommend you stay on this diet for at least 5-6 weeks.
By cutting out their food supply, you stop them from multiplying. Your body’s defenses have a chance to begin eliminating and flushing them.
However, parasites are resilient and crafty, and it helps to have some help breaking down their defenses.
One of the easiest ways to amplify the effectiveness of your antiparasitic diet is to incorporate more antiparasitic foods.
At the top of this are garlic and onions. Remember how these repelled blood-sucking vampires in legends and movies? Well, it works the same in your gut. Both are rich in anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and antifungal compounds. Plus, garlic is one of the best sources of prebiotics, which feed the healthy bacteria of your microbiome, which will help restore balance to your gut.
Speaking of a balanced gut, probiotic fermented foods also help to restore your gut health balance. These include sauerkraut, kefir, and miso. Be careful with kombucha, however, because of its sugar content may actually make the parasites stronger.
Cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts are also excellent for nourishing your body while knocking out the parasites. You can sauté them with apple cider vinegar, which has many benefits for your gut and health, including regulating your pH, which parasites often make slightly acidic.
Coconut Oiland MCT Oil are both useful here as well. They nourish your digestive tract and help break down the cellular walls and biofilms of many parasites. This helps your immune system clear them naturally. Use these for cooking.
For herbs and spices, use thyme, oregano, cinnamon, clove,and ginger as often as possible. Thyme is particularly effective as it contains a compound called berberine sulfate which has potent anti-parasitic action.
And as a snack, have a handful of pumpkin seeds. These little seeds are one of the most effective anti-parasitic foods out there. One study in China found them to be highly effective against a wide range of parasites, in some cases eliminating over more than 89% of the parasite load .
By combining these foods and spices with a strict no-sugar, no-carb diet, you will be most of the way to being naturally parasite-free. Now that you have cut off the food supply and are nourishing your body with the right foods, we can get into the more powerful natural supplements to knock these suckers out.
There are many plants with strong antiparasitic actions, but here we will focus on the 6 most effective plant extracts for eliminating parasites. Many of these extracts can be found combined into an antiparasitic tincture or capsule product at your local health store.
Because the parasite lifecycle includes dormant stages where it can exist as eggs or cysts, we recommend going 2 weeks on, 1 one week off, then 2 more weeks on while on the diet to make sure you clear all of them. This gives the dormant eggs a chance to hatch and then be cleared by the second round of anti-parasitic supplements.
Here are the 6 most potent herbal supplements for clearing parasites:
Black Walnut is an old herbal remedy for killing parasites. One of the things that makes parasites so hard to kill is the biofilm they create around themselves. It renders them invisible to the immune system and unharmed by other toxic agents.
Black Walnut contains special compounds that break down biofilms to help your body’s natural defenses “see” them and amplifies the effectiveness of other natural antiparasitics. .
Wormwood is the famous herbal addition to Absinthe, the notorious psychoactive liquor intoxicating Van Goh when he cut off his own ear. Fortunately, as an herbal medicine, all its effects are profoundly immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory instead of psychoactive. It has long been used for healing gut conditions, among other maladies. Modern research shows it to be rich in flavonoids, terpenes, and steroids, which translate to anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-parasitic properties [3,4].
Like wormwood, Olive Leafhas a wide variety medicinal applications. It contains compounds that increase production of powerful cytokines that kill off invaders and has been shown to be particularly effective against Leishmania, one of the most notoriously difficult parasites to clear. [5,6].
Grapefruit Seed Extractis proven to be effective against a very wide range of microbes while simultaneously being totally safe for human consumption. One study found it to work against over 800 different strains of bacteria and over 100 strains of fungus!  It destabilizes their membranes, which contain certain components not shared by us or our healthy gut flora, which makes it a powerful aid in your parasite cleanse.
In tropical climates, Papaya Seeds are a common remedy for virtually any digestive issue. They are rich in a certain type of fatty acid that disrupts a parasite’s life cycle, helping you to eliminate them naturally. These are relatively easy to find, and you can always just throw them into a smoothie. 
This last herbal remedy Oregano Oil is not to be taken lightly. This is extremely potent and very spicy. It is a broad spectrum anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-bacterial  and if taken over a period of time, it will likely disrupt your microbiome balance, so be sure to follow a course of this with probiotics. Just make sure you’re using an oil certified for internal use and not contaminated with toxic solvents.
One thing you won’t hear many people tell you about is how this process affects your liver. Not only are anti-parasitic herbs taxing on your primary detox organ, but when the parasites begin dying off, they release a tremendous amount of toxic debris into your system.
And it all ends up in your liver.
If you haven’t had a clean diet for a while, the anti-parasite diet can actually compound the problem. Without the usual supply of sugar, carbs, and/or alcohol your body may be accustomed to, the rest of your tissues may also begin to detox.
This all adds up to an overtaxed liver in need of some support.
For one, drink plenty of water to help your system flush the toxins and be sure to get some exercise to help with your circulation.
You may also want to consider some specific supplements to help with this part of your parasite cleanse. Complete Multi + Daily Liver Support has a special formula specifically for supporting your liver in situations like this.
Your detox systems are largely driven by amino acids, so ensuring you have an adequate supply of amino acids can help your liver keep up with the extra load. PerfectAmino can help keep you nourished, energized, and detoxing effectively.
In addition to water, here are two other easy recipes you can use to support your Parasite Cleanse.
Morning Parasite Cleanse:
As we mentioned above, apple cider vinegar and grapefruit seed extract both help to weaken parasites and establish balance in your gut environment. Diatomaceous earth is a fine silica powder made from the skeletons of prehistoric diatoms. It is harmless to you but helps to break down the biofilms and cellular walls of parasites.
Pao d’Arco is a remarkable South American plant with a host of beneficial immunological effects – not the least of which is anti-parasitic. It has a pleasant, mild taste, so you can sip this throughout your day while cleansing your system.
If you follow this protocol, you are certain to knock out any hidden parasitic offenders!
Physicians over thousands of years have observed a link between a patient’s mental state and how swiftly they recover. It is a long-standing axiom that people who are determined to get better and maintain a healthy frame of mind recover more quickly, with better results.
But what if we told you that it’s a two-way street? That specific health conditions can cause conditions like depression and anxiety?
In 1931, decades before the first antidepressant and antianxiety medications had been developed, a physician named Yaskin discovered that clinical depression is the earliest manifestation of pancreatic cancer. Further research demonstrated that patients who suffered from gastrointestinal malignancies carried the greatest risk of suicide – which was one of the first science-based flags indicating that the digestive system can have an impact on mental health.
The simplest way to reduce toxins in your body is to avoid them. Despite today’s crazy world that has toxins everywhere, there are steps you can take that will reduce your toxin intake. This gives your body a chance to get rid of the “backlog” and catch up.
Elderberry, also known as Sambucus nigra, has been used for centuries as a natural herbal remedy for those who fall ill.
Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, referred to elderberry as “nature’s medicine chest,” and it has been noted as early as the 5th century BC as a medicinal tonic – forever cementing it as a staple in human nutrition.
But, it wasn’t until recently that we understood WHY it is so helpful to the body. And with this understanding came advanced methods of harnessing the incredible power of this medicinal plant.