What does it feel like to do a parasite cleanse?

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  1. KarenCreftor profile image88
    KarenCreftorposted 6 years ago

    What does it feel like to do a parasite cleanse?

    I'm going to do a parasite cleanse to kick start my chelation but wondered what 'symptoms' it created. Am I likely to feel rough and need to stay in for a few days?

    I'll be taking a supplement which has cloves, wormwood, black walnut, cinnamon, quassia and elecampane.

  2. Marcy-Lipton profile image60
    Marcy-Liptonposted 6 years ago

    i have no idea but this sounds very interesting I cant wait to hear what people have to say. I just got through a juice fasting session that lasted a month and I feel great.

    good luck on your journey and best wishes.

  3. LivingFood profile image60
    LivingFoodposted 6 years ago

    Common symptoms of a parasite cleanse include headaches, fatigue, weakness and emotional problems. You might also experience crawling sensations as they get restless, or breakouts in the skin. If they are in the head, you might feel pressure around the eyes or other areas where they might become restless.

    The severity of the detox symptoms will depend on how bad your situation is. But I would plan to stay in at least for a few days in order to be on the safe side and get plenty of rest. After that you can go out if you feel up to it.

    Aside from the detox symptoms, you might also experience side effects from the wormwood. It is a powerful ingredient that when taken too strong or for too long can contribute to dizziness and numbness in the limbs. You should be okay if you follow the recommended dosages, but talk to a health care provider if numbness or dizziness occurs.

  4. dinkan53 profile image75
    dinkan53posted 6 years ago

    The parasites live a parallel life inside our bodies, feeding our own cells or the food we eat, and even feeding off the health supplements we use. The cleansing programs are the best to get rid of parasites. DE-worming at regular intervals is a good healthy habit to clean from parasites and worms.
    Wormwood- not only kills worms, but also a remedy for hair loss.
    Black walnut- kills parasites and a laxative.
    Cloves- Germicide and improves digestion.
    Quassia- kills worms.
    Elecampane- Kills worms and can be used as a cough syrup.

  5. KarenCreftor profile image88
    KarenCreftorposted 6 years ago

    Thanks for the really informative answers, it's helped me a lot smile

    Thanks also for the encouragement Marcy, it will certainly be interesting over the next couple of years. I've just had my amalgam fillings replaced and am looking forward to my end goal of finally being healthy!!

    ~Kaz x


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