Intestinal Parasites – Colon Hitchhikers Destroying Your Digestive Health

The intestinal parasite is nonpartisan, nondiscriminatory, and provides an equal opportunity infection.
According to Dr. Bernard Jensen, best-selling author of “Foods That Heal,” parasites are the number one health enemy in the world. In fact they outrank cancer as mankind's deadliest enemy world-wide.

But, how do you know if you have an intestinal parasite?

Symptoms of parasitic infection mimic those of the stomach flu. Usually abdominal cramping or pain is followed by diarrhea. But other symptoms can also include:

  • loss of appetite
  • dehydration
  • vomiting
  • fever
  • nausea
  • and more generalized aches and pains

Poor colon health can lead to an invasion by a parasite, followed by a nasty infection. This can manifest as constipation, diarrhea, or poor skin health.

Intestinal parasites wear many faces. They run the gamut from roundworms and flukes, pinworms (also called seat worms or thread worms) and 15 foot tapeworms, which are all visible with the naked eye, to protozoa, which are only visible under a microscope. Pinworms are the most common parasite and infect nearly 40 million Americans.

Trichinella, hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms and flukes are yet more visible parasites that can cause an infection. The resulting diarrhea infections are highly contagious and can spread from person-to-person via dirty hands, contaminated food or water, and even some pets. In fact, just walking outside barefoot can be an open invitation to the intestinal parasite.

Microscopic parasites, while unseen, can cause serious problems. Protozoa spread quickly and can travel to the joints and brain tissue. Giardia lamblia and Cryptosporidium, are both waterborne parasites and are highly prevalent in mountain streams. Symptoms of illness can last for several months.

Parasites are often the hidden cause of low energy and weight imbalances. Because the intestinal or stomach parasite steals the vital nutrients from our bodies that we ourselves need for a healthy and productive life, we experience illness, gain weight and become lethargic.

Children are most susceptible. Personal hygiene is the number one key to preventing a parasitic infection. Parasites are highly contagious and spread from person to person via dirty hands. You never know when you'll come in contact with a contaminated surface (e.g., changing tables, public facility restrooms, diaper pail, toys, etc.). Because small children typically have very questionable hygiene habits, they tend to get infected first. And share the parasite with family and friends. This is especially true in areas where small children congregate in schools, day care, public swimming pools, etc.

But there is good news…there are natural remedies for a parasite infection.

  • Black walnut hulls have parasite killing properties. They also contain antibacterial and antifungal properties, and can work as a parasite cleanser and detoxifier.
  • Wormwood powder is great for chronic diarrhea and helps to expel worms from the intestines.
  • Pumpkin seed is anti-parasitic and can expel pinworms and other intestinal parasites.
  • False unicorn root has been used by Native American people for years, and is a terrific parasite cleanser.

Other wonderful natural remedies include cloves, Paul d' Arco bark, myrrh gum, hyssop leaf, turmeric root, fenugreek seed powder, prickly ash bark powder, yellow dock powder, gentian root and garlic bulb powder. These all have properties that work to eliminate the intestinal or stomach parasite.

Odds are, you may have at least one unknown and unwanted guest residing in your stomach right now, stealing your well-being and your good health.

A premium, quality parasite cleanser like Ultimate Digestive Health would contain just such ingredients. Ingredients that would target the dangerous intestinal worms and their eggs, and to help expel them.

Because many of these infectious parasites are not visible to the naked eye, you'll never know when you're hosting a party of these unwanted guests.

Buck Rizvi

Founder for Ultimate Lifespan. Natural Health Researcher & Evangelist. Father of four. Instrument-rated pilot. Still has trouble impressing his wife and best friend, Daiva.

  • Jean E. McFedries says:

    Everything sounds too good to be true!
    I DO want to try it.

  • bayli says:

    i need to know how long they live

    • Ultimate Lifespan says:

      Hi Bayli,

      Thank you for writing in! Parasites have different lifespans for each kind. However, typically, they can grow and mature in a matter of days and stay in our system for years. This is because while they are quick to complete their own individual life cycle, they are also prolific breeders. A single parasite can lay hundreds up to thousands of eggs at any one time. Have a healthy day!

  • Ann Crockett says:

    Does your Cleanse kill parasites in the brain or head area…….also under the skin ? Thank you.

    • Ultimate Lifespan says:

      Hi Ann,

      Thank you for writing in! Yes, our Anti-Parasite Support Capsules will help your body get rid of parasites in the body. Our formula works by gently ridding your body of deeply infested parasites in the colon and major organs. That said, as our product mainly uses gentle cleansing, they do take time to completely eliminate aggressively reproducing parasites.

      If you suspect that you do have parasites in your brain (inside your skull or around your Central Nervous System), it is highly likely that you may be heavily infested and a different approach may be needed. For this reason, we do encourage you to first speak with your personal physician in order to get a more comprehensive diagnosis as well as immediate treatment to avoid permanent damage in your Central Nervous System.

      As for parasites around your head or under your skin, aside from topical remedies (to be prescribed by your doctor, if necessary) our Anti-Parasite Support Capsules will help you get rid them. And, an annual cleansing may be needed for maintenance and to ensure that these do not infest again.

      Hope this helps! Make it a healthy day!

  • Patricia says:

    I have a friend age 64 who lives in the Dominican Republic. Almost every year she gets a parasite that almost kills her. Is there anything she can take daily, to prevent a parasite from taking hold in the first place?

    • Ultimate Lifespan says:

      Hi Patricia,

      Thank you for writing in and for sharing your concerns with us! A recurring parasite infection may mean that your friend is exposed to them regularly in her immediate environment. Depending on the kind of parasite she has, she may need to wear protective clothing, adapt safe food handling techniques, find a reliable and clean source of water or undergo anti-parasite treatment every 6 months. That said, our Anti-Parasite Support capsules is a gentle cleanse that can rid your body of parasites and their eggs. The supplement is made with all natural botanical ingredients and makes your digestive tract a hostile environment for parasites to thrive. Hope this helps! Have a healthy day!

  • Jenny says:

    I’m just completing your 30 day cleanse and am wondering whether to do another 30 days with the anti-parasite capsules. I have definitely seen evidence of parasites coming out but I’m wondering whether there is a way to tell if I’m now clear of infection?

    Love Jenny xxxx

    • Ultimate Lifespan says:

      Hi Jenny,

      Thank you for writing in and for posting your question! Considering you have passed a parasite, you should consider a follow up treatment in 30 days to kill any eggs or larvae left behind by adults. We recommend everyone start with a 30 day cleanse, however for moderate to extreme cases of infestation we recommend a longer treatment. Then follow up once a year after your initial cleanse. In terms of knowing if you are still infected, you may need to submit a sample to your nearest clinic or laboratory. But, only after getting a thorough evaluation from your doctor. He or she, is able to not only diagnose you properly but also recommend what kind of tests to take. Make it a healthy day!

      • Jenny says:

        Thanks so much for your help xxxx

        I am now taking the suggested 5 day break at the end of 30 days (taking only the cleansing herbs). If I resume the full cleanse after that for another 30 days, will that work to clear out the eggs and larvae?

        Thanks so much xxxx

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