Preserving A Parasite - Home Method
This information is for those who want validation or who refuse to give up on their rights for better health. The home method of preserving parasites is described at the end of this.
When a parasite is found it is a good idea to preserve the specimen to determine if it is a worm and not a ‘food fiber’. Quite often the specimen is put in a jar with rubbing alcohol, water, or nothing at all to discover that it has broken down into an unidentifiable object; unfortunately, embarrassment may occur when you have proof with bringing evidence to a doctor and there is nothing to show, except a jar full of mush. This enforces a doctor’s assumption that you’re “delusional” - case closed. No further questions are asked or even a required lab test.
There are situations that no matter what you do, your doctor may still deny your evidence. For instance, this would include physically putting an obvious nematode in the specimen jar that you found in stool and your tests may still come back negative. There are many reasons for this which have been explained in detail in my previous write-ups on this subject. Sadly, ‘delusional’ diagnosis is often the case. Physicians have become so obnoxious that they’ve thrown people out of their offices - this is hard for me to understand.
In other words, the ‘cure’ for your parasite problem is psychotic medication. It doesn’t matter if you’ve actually seen one worm or many different types of worms. It doesn’t matter if you have a witness to view the evidence because somehow you may have magical powers to influence that person’s mind to see a live specimen [how this is possible is far beyond me!]. It doesn’t matter if it looks like a worm or moves like a worm because it can still be called a ‘food fiber’. It doesn’t matter if the so-called anthelmintic is ineffective with the possibility of a resistance issue. Lastly, it doesn’t matter if you have severe nipping, biting, stabbing pains, and strange internal movements because your mind has supposedly made it all up – that’s how powerful you are - delusional. There is no sense in looking further into the parasite problem, right? Bottom line, you’re out of luck with help from your trusted doctor.
If you’re a person who refuses to give up on your pursuit of health, you can preserve parasites that are found with two possible methods that might work.
1. You will need to use 10% Formalin to preserve the specimen. Actually, Formalin and Formaldehyde are nearly the same thing to preserve tissue; Formalin is formed by Formaldehyde gas in water but the mixture that can be unstable and sometimes Methanol is added (a Methanol free product can be purchased). Formaldehyde is an organic substance that is derived from oxidized alcohol of the Aldehydes family. You can purchase an inexpensive Formalin product from any aquarium store; other names, Formaldehyde FMG or Malachite Green are with germicidal products for fish.
2. Use a mixture of distilled water and pure India ink. The mixture is 32 drops for every 32-64ml of water. That should preserve it for study.
Is it the formalin AND distilled water w/india ink or is it one or the other?
What type of container should be used?
Must the sample be entirely fresh, or could it be 1-2 days old?
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* In order to preserve specimens the procedure is done one way or another:
1) Formalin solution (alone), or
2) Distilled water & India ink together.
* I believe the best container is an air tight glass jar. I know that hard plastic collection jars are used at doctor's offices. A non-reactive jar lid would be necessary. You can check your container to see if it is air tight by submerging it underwater for a period of time. Observe if any water or moisture seeped in.
* Collection is best immediately, because biological specimens have a tendency to breakdown fairly quickly.
* For extra precaution, it would be best to wear gloves and sterilize all surfaces of the environment and collection jars with hot soapy water and a little bleach. Label the jar with a date and anything noteworthy. Additionally, put the collection jars in a good sealable ziplock bag. Clean the outside of the ziplock bag before storing on a shelf or transporting into another environment.
This may sound extreme, but it is necessary to not reinfect yourself or expose others to microscopic eggs with an infection.
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