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I finally cured my husband of parasites!
The wife tells how she and her husband recover from the unpleasant odor from the mouth and parasites inside them!
Reasons to Eat Raw Cabbage
Uncooked Cabbage is high in glutamine, an amino acid that is essential for intestinal health.
It’s proven to be both antibacterial and antiviral. It is highly anti parasitic as well, and I recommend eating it during a parasite cleanse.
Cabbage contains quercetin, an antioxidant and natural antihistamine that can benefit allergy sufferers. Know why? Quercetin kills parasites! Parasites’ #1 waste product is histamines (see 13:07 in this video) that they dump into your blood. If you have high histamines (seen in allergies and autoimmune disease), there’s the culprit.
The Egyptians ate cabbage with vinegar before a night of drinking to prevent hangovers. Cabbage is still today considered one of the best remedies to cure hangovers!
Vitamin U is a healing enzyme found in cabbage. It soothes the inflamed stomach lining and corrects low stomach acid, and is phenomenal for quickly curing stomach ulcers. You can juice raw cabbage or drink the juice at the bottom of your salad to get concentrated Vitamin U.
The juice of cabbage is also used to relieve constipation because it breaks down putrefying matter in the intestines.
Cabbage improves circulation by removing toxins that block the Qi and blood from moving around the joints, thus strengthening and loosening painful joints.
Eating cabbage often can strengthen the kidneys (reproductive system) and brain. It is especially good for those with long term illness, or after a big operation or labor. People who suffer from lower back pain, shortness of breath, lack of energy, fatigue, and indigestion (these are all symptoms of kidney yang deficiency).
I and my husband defeated the parasites!
Now inside of us there are no parasites and an unpleasant smell from a mouth. We feel much better!
Benefit watermelon: Evacuation of parasites
The watermelon seeds contain fatty oils consisting of linoleic acids. Seeds of this fabulous fruit are applied to stop fever, cystitis, uterine bleeding. It is believed that the seeds of watermelon as well as pumpkin seeds are effective against all types of worms and even tapeworms.
Drink against tapeworms:
- Fresh watermelon seeds should be crushed with a heavy object to a powder. We can use coffee grinder to crush them.
- 500 grams of seeds are covered with 5 cups of warm boiled water and evaporated without boiling on low heat or in the oven.
- Evaporation should continue till nearly half of the liquid will remain.
- Unnecessary layer of oil from the surface of the liquid is removed with a spoon. Drink is strained through cloth and consumed depending on age.
- Doses of fluid to be consumed are as follows: at the age of 3-4 years – 75 grams, 5-6 years – 100 grams, 10 years and older – 150-200 grams, adults – up to 3 glasses a day, divided into 3 portions and taken one hour before meals.
My husband coped with the parasites!
My husband and I now know how to be treated for parasites!
Do Peppers Kill Parasites?
Protecting your home garden is possible without spraying harsh chemicals on fruits and vegetables that you then would be nervous to consume. Pepper extract is as efficient as some synthetic pesticides, including diazinon, but without harmful effects on the environment. The effectiveness of peppers (Capsicum spp.) against various pests, including parasites, may surprise you. When consumed, peppers even can destroy parasites in the human body.
What Capsaicin Does
Capsaicin, the active ingredient in hot peppers (Capsicum annuum), is an acid derivative that is effective in repelling pests of just about any size, from microbes to sharks. Organic gardeners can benefit greatly from using capsaicin extract to ward off various invertebrates. When varying levels of capsaicin extract were used on green peach aphids (Myzus persicae Sulz) in a study published in "Chemical Industry" in 2013, the highest concentration of capsaicin was found to get rid of 97.4 percent of the aphid population on affected leaves.
How to Extract Capsaicin
Simple methods can be used to create your own pepper spray. One approach is to mix 1.7 ounces of dried pepper with 10 drops of liquid detergent in 1 cup of water. In order to imitate the mixture used in the study published in "Chemical Industry," use hot pepper in the pepper spray recipe. If you are not a whiz with your chemistry set at home, then an option is to buy an oleoresin -- a mixture of essential oils -- of capiscum as a spray.
Where to Use Capsaicin
According to a 2003 article published on the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. website, doctoral student Ian Scott of the University of Ottawa's biology department stated capsaicin is most effective during a parasite's larval stage. That is because the capsaicin is able to soak into the pest when its body is soft. A capsaicin spray can be used on any part of a plant without harming that plant. Because pests tend to reside on and under leaves, include those areas in your treatment of a plant. The spray must contact parasites in order for it to be effective against them.
Why to Eat Capsaicin
Capsaicin isn't merely effective against parasites in gardens. A study published in "Poultry Science" in 2010 found that Capsicum oleoresin fed to boiler chickens was effective in improving the chickens' digestive tracts. Capsicum oleoresin has antibacterial activity and is effectively used to treat stomach illnesses that involve parasitic activity in humans. A mixture of tumeric, pepper and shiitake mushrooms was found in a study to improve immunity, specifically against an Eimeria acervulina infection.