Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 2
In my previous post, I shared several pictures and my documentation on enzymatic foods. Below are further comments on this worm that I had coughed up.
Here are my observations, thoughts, and journal notes that I took:
1) It is apparent to me with the amount of blood that came with the parasitic mass that they do thrive off of our blood. I knew this but the amount of blood that I saw from one parasite was substantial – it was a big reality check. The one from the nose previously was very hard and only had streaks of blood before dislodging along with a lot of mucous.
In my post, A Bothersome ‘Nose Hair’ Might Be A Worm was another parasite where it had a streak of blood around it (that parasite was soft).
I have read other accounts that when worms let go there is a lot of blood involved. Sometimes there is hard gripping or pain just before they release. In this instance with the mass, by the time I woke up it was already dead or near death before letting go (I believe). The curl posture is a defensive one for these animals. Note how big this worm was by considering the double (maybe triple) coil pattern. This also shows why people can have bowel obstructions and why it is so important to keep the bowels moving as much as possible when on a protocol, and to stay hydrated.
2) Herbs do work but better at close range; meaning, the furthest parasites away from the mouth don’t get a direct hit. The other observation is that parasites can be killed even when encased in a mucous layer. Again, the question stands…. how much enzyme power does it take to penetrate the barrier when parasites are deeper?
An added note on how I ate. The fruits that I consumed weren’t a little bite – I filled a large salad bowl plate with a 1/3 of a pineapple, approximately a cup of blueberries, and the added papaya was about equal to the pineapple amount. The hard worm-like object was bombarded with herbs and enzymatic fruits that it couldn’t get away from. Additionally, I ate seeds from a fresh papaya (bitter and nasty tasting). An added plus is that I stayed hydrated with water because the seeds are caustic to roundworms and they will move into a defensive coiled position or a tangled mass when killed slowly. Parasites do absorb intestinal liquids; thus, another reason to stay hydrated. Bowel elimination throughout the day is very important; Triphala has helped with elimination.
3) Since these parasites were nearer to the brain via the nose, the dramatic symptoms were felt more acutely with severe headache, body ache, feverish feelings, sneezing, and coughing. Things occurred quickly in a short period of time. There was a reaction of me taking the herbs even though I had taken the same combination of herbs several weeks prior but had no reaction! This is very telling because the parasite throws off some kind of toxins to make you feel worse and not better. I knew this but it was more apparent this time around – it did make me wonder when people say they got an ‘allergy attack’ or came down suddenly with the flu, if there was an unrelated cause. Could their issue be a possible hidden parasite problem? In the past year, I’ve had several flu symptoms along with high fevers; there is a good possibility that it has all been worm related when they’ve crawled up the throat. The brain reacts by attacking the creature causing a fever, cough reflux, and etc.
4) Eating rich enzyme foods, super greens, almonds, Cumu Cumu (berry rich in vit C), fruit powder mixes, tomato juice, and etc. does affect the parasites. Instead of regular salad, I started to eat Arugla which is a peppery leafy salad vegetable. The week before I started upping my dose of super greens and I believe this worm (and others waiting for an opportunity) wanted real foods like cheese, breads, fish, chicken, and such. I had been cutting back on the more rich type of foods.
5) My sugar cravings have disappeared. Sugar helps keep parasites alive and they thrive off it. Did you know that? I absolutely love chocolate. Surprisingly, I have not had the urge to go out and buy it; I may have a thought about it but I’m not tempted which is a huge change for me. Prior to this adjustment in my diet, I’d justify eating candy at least once a week or more often several times a week.
6) In both instances, from the nose and throat, each animal had a very tough body and solid feeling. Nothing mushy about them, at all! They were also in that curled position. The other worm structures that I’ve seen were softer in nature. The worm from the nose, I noticed that there was some kind of ribbing on the skin. I’m now wondering as I write this if this could be a maggot of some sort? I thought that maggots were short and yellowish looking. These worms are clear-whitish in color.
Considering the toughness of these objects, worms CAN be killed with the right combination of things to take. I’m convinced by keeping at this with a protocol is the key… by making the internal environment unfriendly and the blood poisonous to them using herbs AND enzymatic foods to breakthrough their outer layer is necessary. I had considered taking this mass to ER but against it. How many times have doctors dismissed such things or the lab didn’t find anything even when an obvious worm is present? Besides, they wouldn’t believe me if I told them that I had been dealing with a parasite issue for many years and their medications don’t work. What about the ones in the eyes? Oh… the questions and strange looks… I don’t even want to go down that road.
Bottomline, if you increase enzymatic foods as I’ve done it might make a difference in how parasites are killed off. You can only try and see for yourself the difference. Lyme and other co-factors are other challenges to face, no doubt, but the worm problem I believe can be handled. Herbs do work just as studies have shown along with centuries of use. In my own small experiments this has been proven to me – the ginger and garlic was the first clue to me. Science has already proven that foods rich in digestive enzymes kill parasites; therefore, why ignore this obvious fact anymore? Eating foods that kill parasites while on a protocol might be the missing key that people have missed altogether. It might be for 2-3 days per week – eat nothing but those enzymatic foods. If you feel that you need protein and will ‘die’ from a lack, eat nuts; roundworms don’t like almonds and eat pumpkin seeds for the tapeworms. There are a lot of ‘free’ foods that can be eaten in abundance to avoid false hunger pangs that parasites don’t like; such as, carrots, beets, cabbage, broccoli, and other veggies.
During the rest of the days in the week eat lightly on rich foods that parasites thrive on, especially, the sugars! Prior to my parasite discovery years ago, I wasn’t prone to eating a lot of spicy foods but I’ve acquired a taste for it to keep these things in check. Third world countries eat hot spicy foods as a precaution to ward off parasite infection. If you don’t want to eat those foods buy Cayenne pepper capsules and take them on a regular basis. My first formula that I attempted many years ago had Cayenne in it; parasites don’t like it! There are a lot of safe options to try to kill parasites.
In a follow-up post on this subject, I’ll discuss more about enzymatic foods or how to spoil the parasites’ meal consumption.
Thanks for your web site. You're making alot of happy people out there with all this good information.
You're welcome and thanks again for your suggestions for those who need the help.
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.
Can you share more about the herbs/supplements you used?
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