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joel

In response to: Parasite Kill Zone

joel [Visitor]
'Lastly, please remember to take something sweet with your protocol so that you will not create a larger problem.'' what if we mi the anti-parasitic herbs with/in the food we eat... the parasites will rush to eat from the food and they will ingest the food without knowing that the herbs are mixed in..it is really necessary the sweet stuff? im on a low carb diet, i cant eat sweet stuff
PermalinkPermalink 03/18/15 @ 10:48
Genie

In response to: Bothersome Eye Parasites, Believe It Or Not

Genie [Visitor]
My right eye is so painful in the middle of the night. Sometimes I cannot open it. The upper eyelid literally is sticking to the eyeball.If I try and rub my eye it feels like a chunk of dirt or gravel is in the middle of my eye. I also have blurred vision in this eye. A friend said it could be dry eye from menopause but the fact that I have eye floaters and am combating pinworms (I think) in ear and nose area along with other body areas makes me think it is a parasite in my eye. Ugggggghhhhhh!!!!!!
PermalinkPermalink 03/14/15 @ 20:14
Genie

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

Genie [Visitor]
I have a bad infestation of pinworms. I used two treatments of Albendazole which helped with the ungodly rectal itching. The weirdness continues and I've done this experiment over a four month period to see if I my initial hunch was right. My right ear bothers me esp. at night I feel movement in my ear and it drives me to distraction & I have to get up in the middle of the night. To relieve the crawling feeling in my ear I lie down & pour a capful of hydrogen peroxide in my ear & let it bubble.The "critters" hate it & immediately escape into my nose & then both nostrils drive me crazy with itching. I lace the inside of both nostrils with Vicks Vapo Rub cuz they hate menthol. Would greatly appreciate any help or advice to rid myself of this crawly plague. I feel them moving in every orifice of my body such as belly button, nipples, eyes, ears, nose, head, hair, vagina & rectum. For years I thought my chronic yeast infections were from Candida Albicans. I now think its parasites. I am open to all suggestions!!!
PermalinkPermalink 03/14/15 @ 19:07
mai

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

mai [Visitor]
I have these now. I think they're pinworms/threadworms. Has anyone had success getting rid of them? I'm so stressed about this sometimes I just want to die :(
PermalinkPermalink 03/08/15 @ 03:37
Jo

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 2

Jo [Visitor]
I know this post is old, but it is valuable to me. I am now dealing with worms and since I started taking oregano oil capsules, garlic/cayenne capsules, and clove oil, the worm has moved to my throat. I still feel it/them in my bottom - biting a bit. Its really weird.

Can you share more about the herbs/supplements you used?
PermalinkPermalink 02/27/15 @ 22:13
Feel like giving up

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - New Series - Bacteria, Mold and Fungus - Post 2

Feel like giving up [Visitor]
I am a 52-year-old single mother of three. I have been suffering with a fungal and parasitic infection for the past eight years. I was first diagnosed with a fungal infection over 5 years ago. However after being on dyflucan and itracinazole and for over 6 months each, it had not helped. For this reason it am unable to find a cure. I know I have a parasitic condition as well because I feel them and I have all the symptoms. Doctors have given up on me because those meds didn't work and they profiled me as " being all in my head". I only wish they were "all in my head". I have bites all over me and I have these little black dots all over me and and white spores all over me. Doctors are not even looking at my skin and turn me away because of my being profiled. I have started with Pau D' arco and black walnut hull. I feel that because my body has been riddled with these things for so long that it's going to take something a lot stronger to cure me. I'm at my witts end and just feel like giving up. Whatever it is, is so painful i can't take it much longer. I've had symptoms since 2007. What can I do? Please help me. Feel like giving up!
PermalinkPermalink 02/24/15 @ 03:28
Linda

In response to: Chronic Infections: Jaw Dropping Stats

Linda [Visitor]
Thank you for making these videos available, as well as your blog. I sought help from a Lyme literate doc after my naturopath sent my blood for a( positive) western blot. After a year and a half of enzymes, gluten-free, low carb diet ( which I will continue for life, if necessary), the menu of symptoms which had me feeling I'd be lucky to last the four years until I could see my son get his BA, have largely subsided. No antibiotics. Still nervous about my brain, tho!
PermalinkPermalink 01/24/15 @ 14:05
Chris

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 3

Chris [Visitor]
Your work is amazing. I suffer from allergies all the time and have bad digestion. I think my body is full of parasites, i'm gonna start to eating more digestive enzymes.
PermalinkPermalink 01/09/15 @ 21:30
joe

In response to: Bothersome Eye Parasites, Believe It Or Not

joe [Visitor]
1-4-15 I just started having this wiggling and peeking out sensation in my left eye last week. Two mornings ago I woke with a gob of goo on my lower eye lashes, left eye. It took some rubbing to dislodge it. During the day it feels like something is taking a peek out of the inner corner of the eye and then goes back in. Read everything from everybody here and took notes. Going to make an appointment with my eye dr to see what he says first. I'm going to save this site and get back with any helpful info. Best wishes to all of you and Happy New Year 2015 !!!!!
PermalinkPermalink 01/04/15 @ 21:26
Pete

In response to: Herbals for IBS, B. hominis & D. fragilis

Pete [Visitor]
:worm_green:
Great information worth a try.
I've got DFrag and my wife Blasto. No symptoms though and both very healthy.
Would like to kill the wee chaps off though
PermalinkPermalink 01/01/15 @ 13:30
Jane

In response to: Preserving A Parasite - Home Method

Jane [Visitor]
:oh_joy:
PermalinkPermalink 12/04/14 @ 12:46
Gloria

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - New Series - Bacteria, Mold and Fungus - Post 2

Gloria [Visitor]
Words cannot express how appreciative I am for your show. Not only is it so interesting but it is also very educational. I have helped alot of people improve their health by learning from all your shows/series etc.

Thank you so much and please do not ever cancel this show.

I watch your show on Dish ch184 but seriously wish it also came out on Local Channel for the whole world to see and educate themselves as well.

Thank you again,
Gloria Alvarado
PermalinkPermalink 10/20/14 @ 23:35
margi

In response to: Did Mold or Fungus Cause My Heart Problems?

margi [Visitor]
mold issues affect the teeth - back molars


just wanted to say if my last long tooth related post didn't submit properly
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/14 @ 16:44
margi

In response to: Did Mold or Fungus Cause My Heart Problems?

margi [Visitor]
besides the resurgent erratic heartbeating - my teeth back molars ( coincidently according to books related to the lung, sinus, ... i forget what else ) are shot to hell - fillings fell out, more decay, etc. it seems creeped slowly ( fillings fell out -don't know when but while living where i do ... then one day while eating a part of tooth broke away ( before that a part of top of front bottom tooth cracked away books say adrenal gland related ) can't write everything exactly in short time but with my alternative perspective regarding health and that relating to dental materials and what should be done, decisions have been slow as i have to research and analyze to make decision. my one tooth's pain flared up probably having not cleaned the "hole" out and then chewing a grape on it ... and this probably all from the various dampness / mold issues where i live. things take time and some would see them unrelated even though visible and factual but occurring over time ...
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/14 @ 16:41
margi arness

In response to: Did Mold or Fungus Cause My Heart Problems?

margi arness [Visitor]
have you seen a house investigator's video when you google how mold affects the heart? mark vor...k , house...•com - i can't find it today - sometimes you can't find the same stuff you found another day on the internet (?) but he said about mold - it's everywhere and the water is the problem and specialty mold remediators are getting rich off of what he sees as a bogus issue. he's purely practical. doesn't mention health effects. he talks with a sinus blocked voice ... i wanted to contact him about what he thought of my circumstances ... read things you had here but you really didn't say what you did about it. i feel that things that happen to you in a rental place should be compensated by landlord - like for me my rent monies back for all the time i've had to stay out ( for mold and neighbor harassment/hostilities) i've graduated to heart effects now- erratic heart beats (i've had rarely year(s) ago maybe it was related then too but the basement of our building flooded recently - in past and still exists stuffed sinuses (and can't smell certain things) seemingly actual narrowing/closing down inside nose (what you can see), microrash outside nose, upper arm rash, cotton stuffed lung feeling, coughing jags after coming in contact with some areas where mold is, maybe effects i've not related like word forgetfulness and anxiety dealing with aggressive drivers. years ago had a white dusting of mold that i did not see but smelled on some clothes burnt my nose red and peeling ... i can't say all - too long
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/14 @ 16:11
Jenina Conradie

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

Jenina Conradie [Visitor]
It is one thing to try and figure out exactly what you have in your nose or brain and who knows where else. I would approach from a different angle. How to get rid of this whatever. There is a product available - it is called CDS (chlorine dioxide solution. It used to be called MMS if you want to research it). You drop 20 drops in a glass of water and drink it every 2 hours. If you have worms in your nose, this will make them jump out!
Remember that these worms lay eggs, so even if you kill all the worms, it will only take a few days to be infested with new worms. This is a long process of several months to deworm.
PermalinkPermalink 09/22/14 @ 15:35
Maureen

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - Foreign Object, Bacteria and Dengue Fever - Post 4

Maureen [Visitor]
In response to Nicole that works in the mosquito management program in Florida. Labs confirmed dengue fever. My symptoms started while riding on a tram in Key West. Extreme eye pain and bloody eye, extreme headache later that evening. (First stop on cruise) we later visited Jamaica.(symptoms already) The FDOH reported that I must have been bitten in Jamaica. I know it was Key West. Research shows that dengue fever was reported in Key West at that time.
PermalinkPermalink 09/18/14 @ 19:35
Jan Fry

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - New Series - Bacteria, Mold and Fungus - Post 2

Jan Fry [Visitor]
I had breast implants (saline) in 1983. I had them removed in 1994 because of serious ailments. I have been diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis, MS, Fibromyalgia, a skin eating infection, C-Diff., Minere's Disease. I have lots of pain, dizzyness, numbness in legs, arms, hands. I have an very bad balance problem. I would so appreciate any and all information or help you can send me to share with my Drs. I go to another MG Clinic on the 19th of Sept. I would like to share this with them. Thank you so much for this article....it made me have hope for the first time in many years.
PermalinkPermalink 09/16/14 @ 14:42
Nicole

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - Foreign Object, Bacteria and Dengue Fever - Post 4

Nicole [Visitor]
Hi Maureen,
I live in Sarasota, FL and work in a mosquito management program. There hasn't been any locally acquired disease in our county since 2006. I would love to see a source for that allegation. The CDC does not hide anything. All data is available on their website. It is up to local governments to inform their residents when the department of health confirms a positive mosquito-borne illness.

And, just so you know, Dengue is definitely not the worst illness you can catch within the continental US from mosquitoes. Be proactive, wear repellent.

http://www.cdc.gov/dengue/epidemiology/local_dengue.html
PermalinkPermalink 09/10/14 @ 20:36
aynjel

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - Foreign Object, Bacteria and Dengue Fever - Post 4

aynjel [Visitor]
:} amazing
PermalinkPermalink 07/21/14 @ 22:48
karen williams

In response to: Preserving A Parasite - Home Method

karen williams [Visitor]
I have been diagnosed with cryptosporidium.. any advice for treating will be so appreciated.
PermalinkPermalink 07/16/14 @ 16:24
DZhimel

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - Pork Tapeworms, Toxoplasma Gondi, Malaria - Post 6

DZhimel [Visitor]
Most organic entities have parasites that can oppose their hosts with incapacitating pace; others attempt to live off their host as far as might be feasible. Host Dan Riskin clarifies the side effects and determination of individuals who have been the prey of pork tapeworms, toxoplasma gondii, and the intestinal sickness parasite. Kindly note: this system may hold content that is not fitting for all groups of onlookers. If its not too much trouble see before indicating.
PermalinkPermalink 07/12/14 @ 12:01
Adam Tedder

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

Adam Tedder [Visitor]
Just an update I have now seen over fifty doctors. Still no diagnosis. Can't even find pictures of what I have passed on the internet.It's been over four years and I think I am still pupulling them from my nostrils. Someone has to know something.
PermalinkPermalink 07/09/14 @ 14:14

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

DD Rose [Member]
Hello Robert,

Diatomaceous Earth can work for some people (not all). As for me, 7 years ago I used it for 3 months as an experiment and it did absolutely nothing for me; unfortunately, I know several others who had the same dismal results. For this reason I no longer suggest it because the results aren't consistent and the high expectation of eliminating parasite infections hasn't been sufficiently proven (particularly with large worms). It is possible that DE might work if used in conjunction with another parasite protocol, but I really don't know for sure.

I am happy, however, that DE has worked for you.
PermalinkPermalink 06/09/14 @ 13:11
Robert

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

Robert [Visitor]
I had problems with extreme fatigue, so I started researching on the internet. Came across a site called earthworkshealth testimonials; they were using food grade diatomaceous earth. I happened to have some (use it in my vegetable garden to kill bugs), so started taking it. Now one month later, my nose is very runny, and thin threadlike things are in the tissue when I blow my nose. Chest congestion is clearing up, arthritis is gone, energy is returning, and my skin looks healthy, actually younger! This stuff is very inexpensive; you can get a 50 lb bag from your local farm supply store for around $45 --- that's plenty to share with others. Must use "FOOD GRADE" (Perma Guard is the brand name in our local farm store). As an added benefit, apparently the molecular structure is such that it also removes heavy metals and radiation from the body! :oh_joy:
PermalinkPermalink 06/08/14 @ 08:37

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

DD Rose [Member]
You cut and stuck a needle in your skin?! Your skin is a breathable organ; therefore, it makes more sense to use a topical agent to absorb into the tissue. I would think even a "parasite zapper" or electrical pulsar/Rife could do, but I really don't know about them; people claim they can work.
PermalinkPermalink 05/29/14 @ 15:57

In response to: Antimicrobial Herbs for Helicobacter Pylori

DD Rose [Member]
There are some medical studies that I've read on how much to take for Turmeric. However, if you do enough reading about your problem, I believe that you'll conclude that Manuka honey (rated above 20+) is a far better choice. There is also another honey from the Middle East (Oman? Can't remember) that has proven just as powerful as Manuka; German Black Forest and Langanese honeys are other choices. You should be able to access these studies pretty easy with no issues.

This site has a good amount of information and research on how to deal with this gut bacteria.

http://www.mygutsy.com/is-h-pylori-the-cause-of-allergies-brain-fog-hypothyroid-autoimmune-disorders-adrenal-fatigue/
PermalinkPermalink 05/29/14 @ 15:50
Amit

In response to: Antimicrobial Herbs for Helicobacter Pylori

Amit [Visitor]
Hi I am a doctor suffering from h pylori gastritis from past 5 years. Tried Matula herbal tea also two years back and treated with triple therapy but no significant improvements. Now I want to try turmeric powder. Can somebody tell me the dose and how to take it? Please!
PermalinkPermalink 05/28/14 @ 10:04
carol m.

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

carol m. [Visitor]
Next month will be a year for me dealing with pompas and know it all dermatologist and forget the Dr's at the V.A.in Tenn.Just because you take a pill for depression does not mean you are delusional about the parasites that are taking over your life,o never mind I don't have a life these worms are mostly on my face in my ears,nose & now some on my neck.Every 2-3 weeks keratin forms just under my skin and under that are little circles it is not possible to remove these believe me I have tried even cut & stuck a needle in them when they move around they have a hard like protection over them if I'm lucky I can get pieces out but never a whole one they are white & round & if I put something on that burns they seem to all raise up and move around,I know that sounds weird but I also have 2 mites a short & long.I finally found a Dr. that is sending me to a Infectious disease Dr. in Rome Ga but I am so scared because if he thinks I'm nuts he knows about parasites so I try not to worry because if you are told as many times as I have (NO ALL I SEE IS SKIN) which I'm sure if you have worms you have been told that also.I want to know what these things are & where I got them & how in the hell to get rid of them.Thanks for all your info can't say I enjoyed reading them but it helped...
PermalinkPermalink 05/22/14 @ 17:10
UK THREADWORM

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

UK THREADWORM [Visitor]
BASED IN UK. THREADWORKS/PIN WORMS NEED STRICT CLEANLINESS. FAMILY MUST DO THE SAME AND ANYONE YOU HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH ESPECIALLY PARTNERS AND OTHER BEDS! Mebendazole is the main medication used to treat threadworm infections. 2x pills over a 2 week period. SEE YOUR GP. Whilst this treatment is for internal condition. You may have other issues as I've read on this forum such as nose and ears. WHILST YOU ARE ON THIS MEDICATION DO THE FOLLOWING: You WASH your bed sheets and pillow cases DAILY! ON A HOT WASH. Shower/Bath up to TWICE DAILY (if not more). Especially if you go number 2 - SHOWER AND CLEAN YOUR BOTTOM (DON'T PUT ANYTHING UP THERE - JUST CLEAN AROUND IT GENTLY!). CLEAN YOUR HOME. IF YOU HAVE AN OLD BED THEN GET RID OF IT! HOOVER LIKE YOU'VE NEVER HOOVERED OR CLEANED YOUR HOUSE BEFORE. USE HAND SANITIZER. DO NOT SHARE FOOD WITH COLLEAGUES AT WORK!!!! ALL IT TAKES IS A DIRTY/UN-WASHED HAND. CLEAN YOUR PC MOUSE AND KEYBOARD ETC. NOT SURE ABOUT OTHE NOSE BUT I MAY HAVE SEEN A WHITE THREADWORM. TRY A MENTHOL NASAL SPRAY OR ANOTHER ONE BY VICKS (REMEMBER YOU ARE ON THE Mebendazole TREATMENT SO YOU MAY AS WELL CLEAN EVERYTHING IN THIS 2-WEEK PERIOD).
PermalinkPermalink 04/28/14 @ 16:19

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

DD Rose [Member]
Hi Penny,

Yes, it possible that some people who have commented might have Morgellons. As you mentioned Morgellons is a horrible condition; I feel badly for those who have suffered with this condition.

However, I know for a fact that I DON'T have Morgellons. What I encountered was very specific, unusual, and with experiencing it once or twice. I have never had an everyday occurrence or afflicted for years like Morgellons cases with things coming out of my body or open sores.

Have a good week and thank you for your post. :)
PermalinkPermalink 04/16/14 @ 12:27
Penny Wilson

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

Penny Wilson [Visitor]
I think we have symptoms of Morgellons disease.which the cdc doesnt recognize and noone wants to see it as a disease.It is a horrible terrible evil creepy disease.
PermalinkPermalink 04/12/14 @ 22:03

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

DD Rose [Member]
To "N....." - You had gone to an ENT. I'm unable to respond to you, if you don't supply a valid email.

DD
PermalinkPermalink 01/17/14 @ 18:02
bob

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - Episode 2

bob [Visitor]
:shocked:
PermalinkPermalink 01/09/14 @ 11:13

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

DD Rose [Member]
Hi Debbie,

I'm sorry to hear that you may have Morgellons; years ago I had heard about this disease and how miserable people's lives have become with being afflicted. I have had many problems with my health, but this one, thank God, I DON'T have. Again, very sorry that you are dealing with this.

Please send me an email and let me know how your Johns Hopkins visit goes. Perhaps, you'll get somewhere with those group of doctors where others have been unsuccessful. Wishing you the best.

Blessings
PermalinkPermalink 12/18/13 @ 11:52
debbie b.

In response to: A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm

debbie b. [Visitor]
I have the same the sluggy wormy things coming out too. I also have fibers, black specks, brain fog, tiredness, oh the list goes on and on. But you know what? It's called Morgellons disease. Absolutely no doctor that I have been to will acknowledge this. Something is fishey about that. They all will tell you that you are seeing things. Not one will look at pictures or specimens that I have brought to them. I know 4 other people in my local area that contracted this disease around the same yeat and were told the same things from the doctors that they have seen. Thank God I have an RN that has taken the time to look at the pictures that I took and the specimens that I showed her. I will be going to Johns Hopkins Infectious disease doctor within the next two weeks.
PermalinkPermalink 12/15/13 @ 12:10

In response to: Antimicrobial Herbs for Helicobacter Pylori

DD Rose [Member]
Hi Karen:

You may find in the link provided helpful information about Oil of Oregano.

http://www.meschinohealth.com/ArticleDirectory/Oil_Of_Oregano_Natures_Antibiotic_And_Anti-Fungal_Supplement


It might be helpful if you incorporate ACTIVE Manuka Honey UMF 16-20+ (higher the grade, the better) along with the Oil of Oregano. You can look into this and see if it applies to you as a resource (there are clinical trials that you can find too).

http://www.manukahoneyblog.co.uk/activehoney/umf-manuka-honey-treatment-for-h-pylori/

http://manuka-honey-body-products.com/h-pylori.htm
PermalinkPermalink 12/05/13 @ 13:09
karen

In response to: Antimicrobial Herbs for Helicobacter Pylori

karen [Visitor]
Can anyone tell me how much oil of oregano you should take and for how long? ty any help would be helpful, iI have had this for 5-6 been on Antibiotics which helped till i finished them then returned.
PermalinkPermalink 12/04/13 @ 20:56

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 3

DD Rose [Member]
Hi Andrew,

You have a lot going on. Please know that your list of symptoms aren't unusual in dealing with microbial infections. In regard to your question, you might to read another post that I did about enzymes.

http://rhrplus.com/b2evolution/blogs/index.php/Articles/enzymes-strike-infections-down

It would be a good idea to read more on the suggested enzymes than my post, but special formulated enzymes can help with breaking down cysts or the protective covering (biofilms)on ALL microbes. On your own you'll need to experiment with dosage and to find a protocol to deal the organisms afflicting you. Once this layer is removed or holes punched into it (in your case a cysts covering) the offending organism can be directly attacked. Here's a perfect example that can help you understand about protective covering.

It is a fact that bacteria in our mouth will cling to teeth. Certain bacterium, however, can be more harmful than good with causing gum or tooth damage. Sugar is used by these organism to thrive more rapidly. A build-up on teeth (beginning stages of plaque) can produce a slimy feeling -- biofilms are produced by bacterium, as a layer to protect itself (a survival mechanism). Biofilms allows the bacterium underneath it to cause decay and a smell could be toxins being thrown off by the organism. Overtime the layer can become thick and hard to get rid of. This same scenario basically occurs with amoebas, fungi/molds, worms, and as mentioned bacterium.

I hope that the above explanation helps you.
PermalinkPermalink 11/21/13 @ 12:01
Andrew

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 3

Andrew [Visitor]
I have been chronically ill for over 11 years. Muscle pain, brain fog, headaches, chronic fatigue, Hypercoagulation, Osteoporosis, and Candida. Basically I have felt like I have the flu for over 11 years.

I was recently diagnosed with Acanthamoeba. I have read that they can form cysts which protect them from temperature and PH changes.

Do you think the enzymes can help kill Acanthomoeba also?
PermalinkPermalink 11/21/13 @ 11:59

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 2

DD Rose [Member]
Hi Pud:

Thank you. Pineapple is a wonderful fruit and an excellent natural cleaner for metal toxicity too. Not too long ago I read a study conducted with pineapple in that it dramatically lowered (pulled out) metal from people's bodies; unfortunately, I can't remember where I read it or where the study was conducted. The point, though, is that fresh pineapple is key and often overlooked.
PermalinkPermalink 11/21/13 @ 10:36
pud

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 2

pud [Visitor]
Totally agree with your comments. I have taken parasite cleanses and pineapple cleanses as well and the changes are dramatic. Insomnia disappears, sugar craving (as you state) disappears. Unless critical, doctors don't have the time or inclination to deal with these things. I had a plethora of problems for five years until I seriously started to self experiment with herbs and enzymes.
Great post!
PermalinkPermalink 11/21/13 @ 10:30
pud

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 3

pud [Visitor]
When I have done a herb protocol I mix in a 3 day pineapple cleanse where I make a smoothie from pineapple chopped, coconut milk, pineapple juice, orange juice (some water or ice cubes to required consistency). It is an excellent remedy.
PermalinkPermalink 11/18/13 @ 16:56

In response to: Did Mold or Fungus Cause My Heart Problems?

DD Rose [Member]
Hi Dee,

I'm so sorry to hear this. I know what it is like to loose a beloved brother.

It is unfortunate that mold and mildew were overlooked, and the cause of his death. A couple of years ago I came across an interesting article about the actress Britney Murphy who had died and her husband had died earlier from 'unknown' causes with it being a mystery. It was discovered (far too late) that their mansion had a hidden mold problem; the corner re-investigated their case and concluded that they had died from those pathogens in their home. If I can dig out that article, I'll post it because I thought it was a good information.

Again, sorry and my heart goes out to you.

D.
PermalinkPermalink 11/05/13 @ 16:42
Dee

In response to: Did Mold or Fungus Cause My Heart Problems?

Dee [Visitor]
:frown: Hi,
My brother just passed away Sept, 2, 2013.
The mold and mildew in his home is the cause of heart and kidney. He was my best friend and my favorite brother. He will be missed but not forgotten. Rest in peace my Dearest brother.
PermalinkPermalink 11/02/13 @ 10:27
Sky

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 2

Sky [Visitor]
Thank You for this arcticle.
PermalinkPermalink 10/21/13 @ 02:11
Jermaine

In response to: Monsters Inside Me - Another New Series! - Acinetobacter Baumannii, Ascaris and Rabies - Post 1

Jermaine [Visitor]
It's season 3, episode 7, entitled, "I Coughed Up Worms!"
PermalinkPermalink 10/19/13 @ 01:28

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 3

DD Rose [Member]
Hi Sandy,

Thank you. I'm glad that you have found this information helpful. I did another post on enzymes; here's the link if you haven't seen it.

http://rhrplus.com/b2evolution/blogs/index.php/Articles/enzymes-strike-infections-down
PermalinkPermalink 10/14/13 @ 14:05
Sandy

In response to: Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 3

Sandy [Visitor]
Such great information! I am definitely preparing all meats with enzymes now!
PermalinkPermalink 10/12/13 @ 04:49