Multi Action Herbal Parasite and Parasite Egg Detoxification Cleanse

Multi Action Herbal Parasite and Parasite Egg Detoxification Cleanse

Robert CassarAdvanced, Beginner, Detoxification and Cleansing, Free, Intermediate, Intestines and Gut Wall, Parasites Leave a Comment

I am going to show you how I use a very effective combination of powerful herbs to support the reduction of intestinal parasites and their eggs.

Parasites can literally live anywhere in the body, and this is an herbal therapy to target the intestinal species of parasites. This therapy is not designed to target parasites outside of the small and large intestines, but will have an impact on intestinal detoxification as well.

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In this 2 part video course, I will demonstrate the process of preparing four specific herbs. You’ll learn how to grind them and incorporate them into special capsules. These four natural compounds, when combined, effectively cleanse parasites and also utilize a potent herb to reduce the hatching larvae from the eggs found in the intestines of the parasites’ parents.

During my past exploration in the jungle areas of Peru, I had the opportunity to learn a formula from the Amazonian Medicine people that I will be incorporating.

In our region of the western world, there is limited focus on studying parasites due to the prioritization of profit in the healthcare industry. Conversely, other regions extensively engage in parasite research and conduct localized, rural clinical trials involving millions of doses of diverse treatments on both animals and humans.

Two approaches exist for eliminating parasites and their eggs. The first method involves utilizing natural remedies and therapies, like herbs, fasting, detoxification, and other protocols available here on Earther Academy. The second approach entails employing synthetic drugs and pharmaceuticals, which have also demonstrated efficacy in reducing, or eradicating, various parasite species.

In other videos in the near future, I will go over several effective anti-parasitic drugs that many countries are using, but this video course will be using natural herbs and not prescription, or synthetic drugs.

We all know, sickness is a big business, and what if parasites are a big part of sickness? Then we would all be doing general prophylactic treatments for parasites, and deeply research and study these creatures and how to eradicate them from society.

What is a Parasite?

Briefly: A parasite is an organism that lives at the expense of another organism – the host.

In general, parasites share the following features:

  • Parasites are usually smaller than their host and can easily go unnoticed.
  • Parasites use both invertebrate and vertebrate hosts.
  • Adult parasites may live on the host (e.g. lice, ticks, fleas), in the host (e.g. tapeworms, pinworms, spirochetes) and/or feed on the exterior of a host (e.g. mosquitoes, fleas, ticks).
  • Parasites generally do not kill the host but may harm the host indirectly by spreading pathogens and their toxic feces. Parasites may affect the infected host’s behavior, metabolism and/or its reproductive activity.
  • Many parasites have hooks, claws or suckers to attach to their host, and they make their own toxic slime so the body cannot detect them.
  • Generally parasites have either a sucker and/or teeth (e.g. leeches, tapeworms and spirochetes), or other bizarre mouthparts for feeding.
  • Both the young and adults have been known to easily colonize in the body, causing lifelong or intermittent sickness and/or death to the host infected.

Multi Action Anti-Parasite Cleanse

I call this specific multi layered therapy and recipe a “Dual (or Multi) Action Parasite and Parasite Egg Detoxification Cleanse” using 4 powerful anti-parasitic herbal compounds. I will expand the information throughout the show notes below. There is lots of packed information here to read up on.

It is important to note that thorough independent research and exploration of any subject or procedure is highly encouraged. For most individuals, seeking guidance from a qualified and licensed practitioner well-versed in parasitology, toxicology, and overall cleansing is the recommended course of action before embarking on any personal programs.

Each of the herbs we will be using, all have different effects from that specific herb or plant will have on the body and also on parasites. Each of these specific herbs are very powerful in their own way and in combination provide a general parasite cleanse.

I learned this formula from Amazonian medicine men several years ago, and I have been using it successfully and with good tolerance for over three decades. In their practice, some doctors and medicine shamans solely rely on herbal remedies for treating parasitic illnesses, while others combine anti-parasitic drugs and herbs based on the resources available in their region.

For this video course we are just going to learn about 4 specific herbal compounds and protocols that I have used for decades. I will also formulate the recipe and how I use it currently and in the past for supporting the reduction of parasites and their eggs.

In the forest, there is an abundance of herbs to select from, numbering in the thousands. However, the crucial consideration is whether these herbs possess anti-parasitic properties. This recipe incorporates four specific herbs, combined together as the primary components, forming a potent yet gentle herbal protocol to combat parasites.

Try your best to always use organic herbs, because many herbs have been known to be laced with pesticides and other chemicals. Herbs have all been used for many centuries for medicinal and health related uses.

In the subsequent section, I will demonstrate the techniques I employ to render herbs suitable for medicinal purposes, as well as illustrate the application, frequency, dosages, and potential side effects associated with this recipe or therapy. Part 2 of this content is exclusively available to members, as it delves into specific protocols, practices, and principles that are deemed sensitive for public platforms.

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4 Powerful Anti-Parasitic Herbal Ingredients

These are the 4 ingredients I am going to use in this effective antiparasitic recipe.

I will utilize these 4 ingredients in this potent anti-parasitic recipe.

In the private section – part 2 of this course, I will discuss multiple techniques and methods that I have successfully employed in utilizing this therapy.

This anti-parasitic therapy can also be used either as a prophylactic remedy, an immediate therapy or for a general maintenance up to 2-3 times a year, or as needed.

Everybody Has Parasites

Regardless of your beliefs or awareness, every individual harbors parasites of various species within their bodies. The presence of these organisms remains unaffected by personal opinions or knowledge.

As far as I am concerned; I have been researching, treating patients and studying parasites for the last 40+ years. Any stage or age of life can be infected.

I would say that every person you meet, or any house pet you intermingle with daily is most likely infected or is holding parasites for sure, whether you think so or not.

The majority of individuals mistakenly assume they would sense the movement of parasites within their bodies. However, after years of patient observation and research spanning four decades, it is evident that most people underestimate the presence of these disease-causing organisms that reside within them. Despite feeling physically well and being in good condition, these creatures feed on and excrete within their host’s bodies unnoticed.

Classes of different parasites
Classes of different parasites

Before you get started with any parasite cleanse or detoxification program, you may want to watch a few videos I have created on parasites. So, you can be more educated and acquainted with the several classes and species of parasites.

Remember; There are many types of species and/or types of parasites from a plethora of worms, mold, fungus, pathogenic bacteria, micro/macro sized parasites, along with many other classes of other parasites known and unknown. Many of the parasites use the insect kingdom to pass their infections to other species such as fleas, snails and ticks, to name a few, that can live in both animals and humans.

For instance; tapeworms are called endoparasites because they can live anywhere inside of the body, usually preferring the small intestines to be their final home. Tapeworms have been found in the brain and other organs quite frequently on CT scan and X-rays.

Doctors Discover 12m tapeworm eating away at mans brain for 15 years
Doctors Discover 12m tapeworm eating away at mans brain for 15 years

See article Here: Doctors discover 12m tapeworm ‘eating away at man’s brain for 15 years’

Most all tapeworms can attach to the inner lining of, usually the small intestine, and directly feed on blood 24//7 from the surrounding tissues in the gut.

Pork Tapeworm - Taenia Solium
The Hideous Head and Face of a Tapeworm – Taenia Solium. Notice the Spines ,Hooks and Teeth

Tapeworms also can absorb food and nutrients through their long elongated bodies that have been known to grow up to 60ft in length in humans. As I have said, they prefer to live, thrive and complete their life cycle in the small intestines of many different species of insects, mammals, fish, birds, including humans.

Over the last 40+ years of research and study in these areas, I don’t really like to refer to these creatures as just parasites. I prefer to call most all parasites: “Demons, Archons or Satan’s assistants”, or the adversary of health and wellness causing mostly hidden sickness and disease.

Here are a few examples you may want to watch.

There are many videos on the “Parasites” subject to catch up on on our website.

Throughout this video course, I would recommend looking through the links I provide to get a more well rounded and better understanding of the information.

Symptoms of Parasitic Infection

Parasitic infections are frequently challenging to diagnose for the majority of doctors. In the western medical field, there is insufficient training regarding parasite identification, treatment, and diagnostic procedures.

Most people could not even imagine that they are infected with parasites, and most likely your sickness or ailment may be the cause of these parasitic/demonic creatures living inside of you.

Below are some common symptoms of parasitic infections. Most doctors are completely blind to the possibility that their sickness could be caused by a number of different parasites living in or throughout the body.

Most Common Symptoms from Parasitic Infections are:

  • Bloating stomach area, excessive gas, extended uncomfortable belly.
  • Lacking or excessive appetite.
  • Overweight by 10+ pounds, obese (watch The Antidote To Body Fat And Toxicity).
  • General fatigue and lack of energy especially after eating.
  • Anxiety and nervousness.
  • Always hungry for sugary substances, junk foods, sugar, soda’s, candy, chips, all types of processed foods, fast foods etc.
  • Inflammation, bagginess and redness of the eyes and eyelids.
  • Food intolerances, allergies.
  • Diarrhea or constipation regularly, difficulty in defecation.
  • Blood in stools.
  • Mucous in stools.
  • Difficulty digesting foods, indigestion.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and recurring stomach aches/pains.
  • Itching in the anal area.
  • Smelly BO (body odor).
  • Constant mild to moderate headaches, vertigo.
  • Daytime or nighttime muscle cramps/sweats, numbness of the hands and feet.
  • Insomnia or excessive daytime sleepiness.

A Little Background First

Over the years of researching and studying these bizarre creatures called parasites, I have tried many types of bitter herbs for the effectiveness and support of parasite reduction with excellent results.

A small portion of individuals may experience intestinal side effects, such as explosive diarrhea or flu-like symptoms, when using bitter herbs for parasites. These strong herbs may lead to side effects due to the putrefaction of the dying parasites or an excessively aggressive dosage/program.

When parasites die they can give off ammonia and other toxic by-products including but not limited to heavy metals, and other bodily accumulated contaminants.

I would say that many of the side effects I have seen are usually dependent upon the type of parasitic infection and the size of the infestation/colonization they have in their intestines/body. Drinking plenty of fluids, FIR sauna, and enemas are some of the best ways to flush the dead bugs/parasites out of the body.

Some people have chronic IBS and/or other inflammatory issues with their gastrointestinal system. These types of herbs may irritate and inflame the stomach/intestinal areas for some people, so always proceed with caution when using strong herbal extracts, or any type of bitter herbs.

I always recommend starting out with the minimal dose and working up from there. Keep this in mind, all new therapies that I am experimenting with for the first time I use minimal dosing to see how I am going to react (see Words of Caution).

With much research and experimentation over the last 40 years, I have found many people and doctors have been combining a few profound and effective blends of specific herbs that have been used for centuries from many other cultures around the world for parasites and other pathogens.

Since embarking on my journey as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1984, I have accumulated over 35 years of experience in patient care. Throughout my career, my focus has centered around detoxification and anti-parasitic protocols, conducting extensive research and clinical practice. In our esteemed medical clinic, the American Chiropractic Medical Group located in Thousand Oaks, I have had the privilege of working with tens of thousands of patients. My expertise lies in addressing a wide range of health issues, particularly in the domains of neuromusculoskeletal repair, parasite cleansing, detoxification, and rehabilitation.

I was in practice with my brother Dr. Mark Cassar, for about 14 years – seeing a variety of patients 5-6 days a week, 10-12 hours per day.

When a doctor says he has been practicing medicine for 2 years or 20 years, that simply means exactly what he or she just told you. They are practicing with patients/people, or what I like to say; the doctors are experimenting with a variety of patients/people.

During my 13+ years of clinical practice, I had the opportunity to explore numerous anti-parasite treatments and a wide range of detoxification methods. This allowed me to assess the efficacy of different protocols, practices, and principles both individually and in combination with other therapies or modalities, ultimately leading to more effective treatments.

Starting back in the year of 1983 or so, I would formulate 2 pound batches at a time of multiple specialized bitter herbs, specifically known for their anti-parasitic properties.

Having lots of patients with intestinal dysbiosis (intestinal difficulties), I thought it would be good to experiment and study the effects with patients for parasite and detoxification reduction protocols.

For many years, I always asked the patients that came to our facility if they wanted to be part of a clinical study using natural herbs and other compounds, to support the removal of many types of parasites/toxicity in a program that would last several months.

Provided that they agreed (which was the case for the majority), I would offer patients the herbs and various compounds to explore these protocols. The patients would then test these sets of protocols and share their findings with me, without any cost involved.

Parasites stored in formaldehyde to preserve them
Parasites were stored in Formaldehyde or 180 proof Alcohol in Glass Jars to Preserve them

In our office medical building called “American Chiropractic Medical Group”, we had a full time colon hydrotherapist that was part of our medical group, so we were always getting new and exciting specimens for our parasite collection from the patients on the different programs we offered for removal of parasites.

The office used to have an extensive collection of parasites in jars to demonstrate that they were all from patients here. The collection included over 200 smaller specimens measuring less than 18 inches, as well as a large 6ft long specimen. However, in 1994, the office experienced significant damage due to the powerful 6.8 magnitude Northridge Earthquake. The earthquake occurred early in the morning and caused all the parasite-filled jars to break, resulting in parasites scattered all over the floor. The subsequent aftershocks, ranging from 4 to 5 in magnitude, further contributed to the destruction of various items.

In general, a comprehensive understanding of clinical research is acquired through extensive experience involving diverse individuals, medical conditions, symptoms, and treatments. This enables the assessment of treatment efficacy, potential side effects, and overall effectiveness of various therapies.

When looking into parasites, and how to treat them safely and effectively, you will find a variety of information on the internet.

To catch up; I would highly recommend watching the entire series on YouTube called Parasites without Borders.

Parasites Without Borders Logo
Parasites Without Borders

Try to watch a few episodes a week and take notes if you really want to see/learn the bizarro world of parasites and the diseases, sickness and death they cause massively all over the world.

I always recommend: getting rid of parasites should be done slowly and over time. Most people are loaded with a variety of parasites varying from micro sized to larger visual varieties called macroparasites.

Based on extensive clinical experience, I have observed that the duration of effective treatment for parasite infections, eradication, and detoxification therapies can vary depending on the extent of parasitic infection and accumulated toxicity. It is important to inform patients that these treatments may take several years or more to achieve desired results.

One thing is for sure, I have seen a direct connection between parasites and toxicity. Parasites love to live in a cesspool or a dirty environment. If the internal environment of the body is compromised and becomes toxic then these parasitic creatures can quite easily colonize and replicate/reproduce within the host.

Word of Caution Before using any Herbal or Detox Compounds

Always be careful and vigilant when researching any medical information that has to do with parasite cleanses and/or detoxification programs. I always recommend doing multiple searches when researching different views, treatments and concepts relating to parasites and detoxification.

Everything we do in life is experimental, and what may work for me may not work you.

Even though most people will not have side effects while experimenting with most antiparasitic meds and herbal remedies, there are some people that I have worked with that are extremely sensitive to any adjustment in their physiology.

If you are that type of person, or maybe you don’t even know it, I always recommend experimenting very slowly and always do your own homework/research to see how other people are using a type of therapy, and the results they experienced or not.

These herbs and compounds I am going to use may have side effects for the immune compromised and/or frail. Always consult an experienced practitioner before using any anti-parasitic drugs or herbal remedies/therapies.


  • Liver disease.
  • Bleeding/blood clotting disorder such as hemophilia.
  • Weakened immune system.
  • Plant/food allergies.
  • Chemical or drug sensitivities.

Before Taking or Experimenting with any Medicine

I would not use this product or any product for medicinal use if you are allergic or sensitive to these types of bitter herbs.

I recommend asking a health professional, doctor, pharmacist, or other experienced professional if it is safe for you to take any of these herbs for medicinal type therapies.

Do not use Medicinal Herbs for Detoxification compounds if you are pregnant or Breastfeeding.

The use of many types of culinary herbs as a flavoring agent (in small amounts) in foods is considered safe during pregnancy according to research. However, it is not known whether bitter herbs or other plant compounds used as medicine will harm an unborn baby fetus.

Do not use these types of herbs for medicinal use without medical advice if you may be pregnant, pregnant or breastfeeding.

In most cases, It is not known whether some of these types of herbs or compounds pass into breast milk or if it could harm a nursing baby.

Do not use these types of herbs or compounds without medical advice if you are breast-feeding a baby.

Young Children

Do not give any herbal/health supplement to a child without medical advice.

Some of these herbs if taken by the mouth can cause liver damage, seizure (convulsions), and or other serious side effects in young children. I have not seen any real side effects using this combination of herbs except for runny stools, and mild intestinal irritability.

The 4 Anti-Parasitic Herbal Ingredients

The four specific herbs I am going to use are:

Later on in the description I will show you how I prepare them for medicinal use.

I specifically use these four herbs because each of them have qualities that are part of the cleansing process.

Cloves, as we will see, are to support the non-maturation of larva and eggs from hatching.

Black Walnut and Wormwood are used specifically for the support and removal of many adult species of parasites and other pathogenic creatures living in the intestines.

Remember, the intestines are a very long tube that can be more than 25 feet in length. This is where many of the parasites live, in either the stomach or small and large intestine.

Turkey Rhubarb is to help loosen the stools and purge the intestines of the parasites that are deceased, sick or in the fecal matter.

Organic Clove

Most of us know that clove has a spicy scented aroma, and has a strong flavor that is antimicrobial and leaves the mouth fresh. 

Clove is utilized in this anti-parasitic recipe primarily due to its reputed ability to detrimentally impact parasite eggs, potentially dissolving their protective shells, or aiding in preventing the eggs from hatching into parasitic larvae.

Personally, I would only use non-radiated organic clove buds. Anytime you are buying herbs for medicinal purposes try to make sure they are organic and non-radiated.

There have been many reports of common spices, herbs and teas, that are not organic, were loaded with lead, arsenic and a variety of heavy metals, pesticides, fungicides, chemicals/herbicides such as Monsanto’s “Roundup” herbicide, as well as atrazine which has been proven to effeminize or demasculinize living creatures, etc.

Clove buds have been used as a common medicinal staple for hundreds if not thousands of years, and used for their antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. The active compound in clove oil, called eugenol, is believed to be responsible for many beneficial health effects.

Eugenol is thought to dissolve the hard casing around parasite eggs.

“Eugenol is an aromatic oily liquid extracted from certain essential oils especially from clove, nutmeg, cinnamon, basil and bay leaf. It is present in concentrations of 80–90% in clove bud oil and at 82–88% in clove leaf oil. Eugenol has a pleasant, spicy, clove-like scent.” ~ Wikipedia

As a stand alone treatment, studies have shown the effectiveness of eugenol, often in clove essential oil form, against the intestinal protozoans Blastocystis and Giardia, as well as the blood fluke Schistosoma.

Potential Medicinal uses and Adverse Effects of Clove

“Use of clove for any medicinal purpose has not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, and its use may cause adverse effects if taken orally by people with liver disease, blood clotting and immune system disorders, or food allergies.[5]

Cloves are used in traditional medicine as the essential oil, which is used as an anodyne (analgesic) mainly for dental emergencies and other disorders. There is evidence that clove oil containing eugenol is effective for toothache pain and other types of pain, and one review reported efficacy of eugenol combined with zinc oxide as an analgesic for alveolar osteitis.

Clove essential oil may prevent the growth of Enterococcus faecalis bacteria which is often present in a root canal treatment failure.” ~ Wikipedia

Organic Black Walnut Hulls

The next ingredient I am going to use is Organic Black Walnut Hulls, and this is the outer shell of the black walnut. The anti-parasitic chemical that is found in the hulls of the shell is called Juglone, which is the molecule present that supports the elimination of parasites, and is present in high concentrations on the exterior of the shell/hull.

It’s always best to get black walnut hull preparations derived from younger/green hulls instead of brown/mature darker hulls. The green hulls have a higher concentration of juglone over brown hulls, thus better anti-parasitic effects.

Green and Black Walnut Hulls
Green and Black Walnut Hulls

Juglone is the Chemical Compound

How does black walnut aid in the eradication of parasites?

Even though black walnuts have been popular for over 2000 years, and used all over the world for that time to fight parasites in humans, modern science is just now realizing the full power of this nutritional supplement.

The reason why black walnuts are an essential part of so many herbal parasite cleanses is simple.

The black walnut hull contains a chemical compound known as Juglone, or 5-hydroxy-1,4-naphthalene-dione. This compound is effective in expelling parasites. Although it wasn’t until the 1850s that Juglone was isolated from plants containing it.

Black walnuts not only help eliminate parasites in the human body, they also help maintain overall health.

Today juglone is also widely used as an organic garden insecticide. The anti-parasitic effects of Juglone work against a wide variety of insects and parasites. But taken in small doses are not toxic to humans.

According to the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia; black walnut is effective against ringworm, tapeworm, pin or threadworm, and other parasites of the intestine. This is why many effective parasite cleanses utilize this and other bitter herbs as ingredients.

Black walnuts contain an anti-tumor compound called juglone. Test-tube studies have found this compound to significantly reduce tumor growth.

Further Research and Study for Juglone:

If you research Juglone you will find several test-tube studies indicating that juglone can cause cell death in certain cancerous cells, including of the liver and stomach.

Organic Wormwood

The next ingredient is another very effective anti-parasitic herb called Wormwood. There are many types of wormwood that have been used successfully for anti-fungal, malaria disease and many other acute and chronic illnesses.

The herb species Artemisia annua aka “Sweet Wormwood and also is sometimes referred to as “Sweet Annie” has been used and studied for millennia as an effective aid for various health problems, such as malaria and along with depression and mental ailments.

Sweet wormwood is commonly used as a treatment for malaria, this is due to the compound called artemisinin in the plant, a phytochemical that works to treat malaria and other ailments. This herb has also been shown to help to reduce symptoms of arthritis, depression, parasites, as well as with blood sugar regulation.

Wormwood has been used by many cultures around the world. Wormwood contains the active compound called sesquiterpene lactone. This compound is thought to weaken an organism’s membrane. This includes some species of bacteria, such as Helicobacter pylori, the root cause of stomach ulcers.

Others claim that wormwood simply anesthetizes intestinal parasites, causing them to loosen their grip so that they can be eliminated with bowel movements.

A study from 2015 concluded that wormwood outperformed the standard treatment drug for Schistosoma flatworms. The chemical compounds in wormwood have also been studied for their effect on protozoan trypanosomes.

Let’s talk about a few of the wormwood species that have been used for centuries effectively for parasitic infections, anti-fungal along with treating many other illnesses.

Artemisia Absinthium

In this recipe, I am going to use common wormwood or the species called Artemisia absinthium.

“Artemisia absinthium is claimed to have antifungal, neuroprotective, insecticidal, antimicrobial, anthelmintic, acaricidal, antimalarial, antidepressant, and hepatoprotective properties.” ~ read more on Artemisia Absinthium: Wikipedia

This is what the herb Artemisia Absinthium looks like
This is what the herb Artemisia Absinthium looks like

Artemisia Annua

Another species of wormwood I also use is the artemisia annua species. This species has been studied for many years and is currently used effectively by many doctors around the world as an anti-parasitic compound for those practitioners that understand how to use this miraculous plant.

I have used both species of wormwood, and I would say that the annua variety is a little more aggressive on the intestines/parasites for some people than the common wormwood. In the future, you may want to try the annua species instead of the milder absinthe plant. Both plants are medicinal in nature and have been shown to be effective for some forms of parasitic sickness/infections.

“An extract of A. annua, called artemisinin (or artesunate), is a medication used to treat malaria. Discovery of artemisinin and its antimalarial properties by the Chinese scientist, Tu Youyou, led to award of the 2011 Lasker Prize and 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.” ~ Wikipedia

The Artemisia Annua Plant - these plants are easily grown in any yard
The Artemisia Annua Plant – these plants are easily grown in any yard

Artemisinin, the Main Compound in Wormwood

As stated above, wormwood contains active compounds called sesquiterpenes and the main compound in wormwood is called Artemisinin. The plant is a very bitter compound and has been used for malaria and many other parasitic infections with excellent results.

“Artemisinin and its semisynthetic derivatives are a group of drugs used in the treatment of malaria due to Plasmodium falciparum.

It was discovered in 1972 by Tu Youyou, who shared the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her discovery. Artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) are now standard treatment worldwide for P. falciparum malaria as well as malaria due to other species of Plasmodium.

Artemisinin is extracted from the plant Artemisia annua, sweet wormwood, a herb employed in Chinese traditional medicine.

Artemisinin and its derivatives are all sesquiterpene lactones containing an unusual peroxide bridge. This endoperoxide 1,2,4-trioxane ring is responsible for their antimalarial properties. Few other natural compounds with such a peroxide bridge are known.

Artemisinin and its derivatives have been used for the treatment of malarial and parasitic worm (helminth) infections. Advantages of such treatments over other anti-parasitics include faster parasite elimination and broader efficacy across the parasite life-cycle; disadvantages include their low bioavailability, poor pharmacokinetic properties, and high cost.” ~ Wikipedia

There are many species of wormwood/Artemisia. The species I am using for this recipe is the Artemisia absinthium like any other bitter herb they should only be used for a short time because of their toxicity and strength.

You may remember the alcohol sold called Absinthe as a medicinal alcoholic spirit and or as a culinary alcoholic beverage in many parts of the world. Wormwood is one of the main ingredients of this beverage added along with anise, sweet fennel and other culinary and medicinal herbs.

Biology of Wormwood and Some Uses of this Herb

There are many plants of the genus Artemisia:

“It is an ingredient in the spirit absinthe, and is used for flavoring in some other spirits and wines, including bitters, bäsk, vermouth, and pelinkovac. As medicine, it is used for dyspepsia, as a bitter to counteract poor appetite, for various infectious diseases, Crohn’s disease, and IgA nephropathy.” ~ Wikipedia

In the cited scientific literature, there is Lab-based research showing that using sweet wormwood essential oils are effective in stopping both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including:

  • Staphylococcus aureus
  • Enterococcus hirae
  • Streptococcus pneumonia
  • Bacillus spp.
  • Listeria innocua
  • Escherichia coli
  • Shigella spp.
  • Salmonella enteritidis
  • Klebsiella pneumonia
  • Haemophilus influenza
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • and more

Regarding its antifungal activities, sweet wormwood has been shown to be effective against:

  • Aspergillus fumigatus
  • Candida albicans

Read the rest of the information / article – Wormwood Wiki

Other articles on Wormwood – Uses / contraindications

Organic Turkey Rhubarb Root

Turkey Rhubarb Red Stems and Leaf
Turkey Rhubarb Red Stems and Leaf

Turkey Rhubarb Benefits have been known for at least 2000 years as being effective in its intestinal purgative properties.

In Chinese traditional medicine Turkey rhubarb is considered to be one of the most powerful herbs.

I have used Turkey Rhubarb by itself and in combinations of other herbs since 1982 with literally thousands of patients, friends, family and of course myself in a variety of anti-parasitic recipes for its purgative values.

This plant usually supports the purging effect of the intestines leading to loosening of the stools and even diarrhea at times if the dose is too aggressive.

Many studies and reports acknowledge this herb to have anti-bacterial, anti-cancer, and diuretic properties.

Turkey Rhubarb is very easy to grow and is a plant that is known to have originated from North East Asia areas. The plant grows quickly into a large bushy plant with huge, roundish and rough leaves on strong reddish stems.

Turkey Rhubarb can grow up to 6-10 feet high in some cases with the right conditions.
Turkey Rhubarb can grow up to 6-10 feet high in some cases with the right conditions.

Turkey Rhubarb not only has medicinal properties but has beautiful flowers and can be used as a decorative plant to dress up the fashion of your yard.

The stems are edible but the leaves are considered poisonous due to the high presence of oxalic acid which is used in many industries, such as stain remover. Oxalic acid is a poison and is one of the main causes of kidney stones and many other oxalate forming diseases.

Many plants like kale, sorrel, cacao, almonds, spinach, rhubarb and many others have oxalates in high amounts, and if ingested enough and on a consistent basis can cause many types of sickness and dysfunction over time.

To learn and research more oxalates and how to slowly remove them using EDTA and other compounds read the description and watch the video course “What Is EDTA?” and associated videos on this subject.

The most potent part of the plant seems to be in the roots. These roots have been used by many civilizations to detoxify and cleanse the intestinal system.

Turkey rhubarb is one of the components/herbs of the famous anti-cancer blend Essiac, also along with sheep sorrel, slippery elm and burdock root. This plant and many other bitter herbs should be considered to be super potent and long term use of these types of herbs are not recommended.

“Pregnant women should avoid all intake of the plant since it may cause uterine stimulation. If taken for an extended amount of time, adverse effects include: “hypertrophy of the liver, thyroid, and stomach, as well as nausea, griping, abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea.”

Though the root of the Chinese rhubarb is a key facet of herbal medicine, its leaves can actually be poisonous if consumed in large amounts due to the oxalic acid content. Patients with “arthritis, kidney problems, inflammatory bowel disease, or intestinal obstruction” should refrain from consumption.” ~ Wikipedia

Most doctors will advise pregnant and nursing women against the use of this type of bitter herb along with people who have ulcers and/or stomach disease such as colitis.

Turkey Rhubarb Roots Contains these Compounds

  • Anthraquinone glycosides
  • Cinnamic acid
  • Calcium oxalates
  • Tannic acids
  • Sennosides A, B, and C

Now that we know a little bit about these 4 herbs, it time to start the private section on part 2 and show you how I formulate and prepare the recipe, as well as filling the specialized capsules along with several ways I learned how to use this recipe effectively. There is a lot of information on part 2 to easily absorb.

See you in part 2!

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How do you detox your body from parasites?

Detoxifying your body from parasites typically involves a combination of natural remedies and lifestyle changes. Here are a few methods you can try:

1. Take herbal supplements: Some herbs like black walnut, wormwood, and cloves are believed to have anti-parasitic properties. Consult with a healthcare professional before taking any supplements.

2. Stay hydrated: Drinking plenty of water helps flush out toxins and supports overall health, including the elimination of parasites.

3. Practice good hygiene: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before eating or preparing food. Keep your living area clean and maintain proper personal hygiene.

4. Avoid raw or undercooked food: Cooking food thoroughly helps kill any potential parasites present in it. Avoid consuming raw or undercooked meat, seafood, and eggs.

5. Consume probiotics: Probiotic-rich foods like yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, and kimchi can promote a healthy gut environment and help fend off parasites.

6. Reduce sugar and processed foods: Parasites thrive on sugar and processed foods, so minimizing their consumption can create an unfavorable environment for them.

Remember, if you suspect a parasitic infection, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

How long does it take to clean out parasites?

The time it takes to clean out parasites can vary depending on the type of parasite and the individual’s specific circumstances. It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate assessment and treatment plan.

How do I know if my parasite cleanse is working?

You can determine if your parasite cleanse is working by observing certain signs and symptoms. Look for improvements such as reduced digestive issues, increased energy levels, improved skin health, better sleep quality, and a stronger immune system. Additionally, you may see physical evidence of parasites being eliminated from your body, such as noticing them in your stool or experiencing changes in your bowel movements. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and guidance throughout the cleanse process.

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Multi Action Herbal Parasite and Parasite Egg Detoxification Cleanse Part 2

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