Take 1 to 3 caps, three times daily with 10 ounces of water.
Consume a gallon of water daily while detoxifying.
The two main types of intestinal parasites are:
Helminths are worms with many cells.
Tapeworms, pinworms, and roundworms are among the most common helminths in the United States. In their adult form, helminths cannot multiply in the human body.
Protozoa have only one cell, and can multiply inside the human body, which can allow serious infections to develop.
Intestinal parasites are usually transmitted when someone comes in contact with infected feces (for example, through contaminated soil, food, or water). In the U.S., the most common protozoa are giardia and cryptosporidium.
Signs and Symptoms:
Parasites can live within the intestines for years without causing any symptoms. When they do, symptoms include the following:
Nausea or vomiting
Gas or bloating
Dysentery (loose stools containing blood and mucus)
Rash or itching around the rectum or vulva
Stomach pain or tenderness
Passing a worm in your stool
What Causes It?:
These things raise your risk for getting intestinal parasites:
Living in or visiting an area known to have parasites
Poor sanitation (for both food and water)
Age -- children and the elderly are more likely to get infected