I confess that I wasn't prepared to believe that I had so many worms in my body. Sounds gross, huh? Don't worry, I won't post any pictures. As gross as it is, somehow it is satisfying to see results, and it certainly motivates me to keep after them until they're gone.
For the last couple of months I've been doing a detoxification program that includes anti-parasitic herbs. I have done these types of cleanses before and have usually gotten terribly sick. But this program seems very effective while mitigating the die-off effects. Practitioners who use this program say over 80% of their clients see dead worms in their stool. So, I don't feel so bad. But that tells you that parasites are a problem in the US, not just overseas.
You might ask, "Are parasites really that bad?" Here are just some of the things associated with parasites: migraines, blockage of internal organs (such as the bile duct, intestines, lymph, sinuses), cysts (found in lungs, brain, liver), seizures, depression, joint pain, allergies, constipation, diarrhea, fatigue, eczema. They can harbor bacteria like lyme and viruses like herpes. The worst part is that they put the body is a chronic state of disease and inflammation.
Unfortunately, they are not easy to get rid of. Some parasites live their full life cycle in the human and can live for decades. If you are interested in doing this type of cleanse, you can find out more about it at CellCore Biosciences.