Even though most of us do not realize, parasites like human intestinal worms are a common problem, affecting a number of people. But, what are the symptoms of parasites and parasitic intestinal worms, and how can you treat these problems?
Well, today we will tell you more about these problems and how pumpkin seeds can be used as an intestinal worm treatment. Keep reading and find out more!
Human Intestinal Parasites
Usually, parasites enter our body through contaminated water or food (especially from raw sashimi fish or meats that are not completely cooked); intimate contact; mosquitoes, or through the mouth or nose after touching a contaminated surface or an infected animal.
It is considered that a healthy person’s body should be able to deal with parasites effectively. But, if your immune system is weak or your digestive system is not functioning properly, your body will not be able to do that, so parasites like intestinal worms can become a serious issue, manifesting baffling symptoms. It is very difficult to diagnose intestinal parasites because the symptoms can mimic other health problems. The experts claim that parasitic infection is a condition that usually goes undiagnosed.
Well, you should know that just because you have one of these symptoms, it does not mean that you have intestinal worms. However, if you experience more of the symptoms, it is recommended to visit your doctor.
Common Intestinal Parasite Symptoms
Bloating and Gas
Parasitic infection of the gastrointestinal tract can lead to excessive gas and intestinal bloating. This is because the tapeworms and other parasites cause blockages in your digestive system.
Protozoan infection is a human parasite infestation that can produce a substance that leeches chloride and sodium from your body, thus causing frequent diarrhea.
Parasitic worms block the process of digesting food or waste being eliminated, which leads to constipation. If not treated, chronic constipation can cause a number of health problems.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Worms have the ability to attach themselves to the intestinal walls and cause inflammation and irritation that can result in gastrointestinal spasms, poor nutrient absorption, and contractions.
As we said before, an infection of intestinal worms can lead to poor nutrient absorption, and reduce your energy and make you feel a constant fatigue and tiredness.
Parasites can cause inflammation and irritation in the gastrointestinal tract, blocking the digestion process and leading to allergic reactions to some foods.
Parasites can steal minerals, vitamins, energy sources, and other nutrients from your gastrointestinal tract. This deficiency of nutrition can lead to poor immunity, even if you are eating well. Parasites are constantly stimulating an immune response, so over time, they can cause an exhausted immune system, thus making you more prone to viruses and candida fungus.
If you are having health problems like poor immunity, constant fatigue and tiredness, allergies, and digestive issues, you should visit your doctor to tell you what treatments are available and how much of a health issue parasites are.
For many years, pumpkin seeds have been used as traditional remedies for parasites. So, today we will reveal how to use these seeds for treating intestinal worms.
Using pumpkin seeds to get rid of intestinal worms
It is very important to know that pumpkin seed remedy for intestinal worms many not kill the parasites completely. This remedy has a high content of Cucurbitin, a compound that has the ability to paralyze the worms. In this way, you will prevent them from holding on the intestinal walls, as they normally do during a bowel movement. We strongly recommend you to follow this treatment with bentonite clay or diatomaceous earth, in order to make sure that more worms are expelled during deworming.
You should blend 1 cup (130 grams) of high-quality raw pumpkin seeds in a blender with half a cup of water and half a cup of fresh coconut milk. Coconut milk is extremely effective for intestinal health, but you can also use an undiluted almond or hemp milk. Make sure not to use dairy or sweetened liquids because they both feed parasites. Start by blending the coconut milk then add the water in small amounts in order to get a smooth paste.
Consume this on an empty stomach, as the first thing in the morning. It has a good taste, but is quite filling, and you may have problems to finish it. If you like, you can also add a pinch of Himalayan salt for taste. Make sure not to use sugar or store-bought honey because they feed parasites.
After you take the remedy, make sure to drink a large glass of water with 1 teaspoon of bentonite clay or diatomaceous earth. Also, over the next few hours, you should drink several glasses of water because you need to keep the remedy moving along.
When doing the parasite cleanse, you should eat up to 1 tablespoon of castor oil as a laxative. You can start with 1 teaspoon. Make sure to take the castor oil at least 2 hours after taking the pumpkin seeds remedy. Also, make sure to do this parasite cleanse on your days off or on weekends because you will go to the toilet more frequent.
You need to keep a healthy gut flora in order to prevent parasites from dominating in the digestive tract. You can do this by taking high-quality probiotics whether by food or supplement.
There are some cases when one treatment is enough for people to get the desired results, but however, it all depends on the individual. In order to get the best results, you should take this remedy as the first thing in the morning for at least 2 or 3 days.
Note: You should not take it longer than a week because laxatives are not recommended to be used for more than 7 days in a row!
Take a break for 1 week then repeat the same procedure after 1 week. Repeat this for up to a month in order to eliminate parasites.
Source: Eat Healthy Plans