Using drugs to treat parasites: Vermox, Flagyl, Valbazen
In the last six months I decided to try some pharmaceuticals (drugs) to rid my body of more parasites. I had in the past completed a few rounds of herbal de-worming programs and these had been very successful. Those programs included products with the following herbs amoungst others: wormwood, blackwalnut hulls, and cloves; and to the best of my knowledge the use of these herbs come out of the work of the great, now deceased Hulda Clark who dedicated her life to try and help people get well.
These cleanses produced lots of worms in the toilet. I couldn’t believe the amount I was able to vanquish from my worm ridden body!! I am embarrassed to say, that if we but them all into a bowl, the bowl would be full - or dare I say a small bucket load?!! Isn’t that disgusting?? I produced so many that I became convinced that I am hoasting a veritable zoo so to speak, and probably have them lurking all throughout my body, in the tissues, in the organs, and not just in the intestines, which is what most people assume, if they believe this at all!!
I was comfortable using drugs because I suppose, as a young adult I had used Vermox before, a few times, as this drug was readily available over the counter here to treat thread, hook and round worm in the intestines, and having worms in my country wasn’t such a big deal when I was much younger. Also too, now I am 45 and was desperate, I had to do something and prepared to do almost anything.
My first round was Metronidazole (Flagyl). This druge treats Trichomanosis as the first line of treatment and other small nasties. I had been diagnosed with Trichomanosis in my early adulthood when I first became sexually active, and I came to learn it is as common as clamydia, ghonorreah or the dreaded herpes virus. Trich can spontaneously reappear, and the single dose treatment is not as effective as once thought and this is usually what is offered when and if a poor soul goes to their doctor about this horrible parasite. I did 7 days of this, and then did a second round after a week’s break. I would not recommend this drug unless a positive test is done for a pariticular parasite that is supposed to treat, and I don’t think it produced any relief or noticeable change to my symptoms. Also, I have since learned that this drug may be a synthetic estrogen (as it is an insecticide) and can damage hormal balance, as well as this drug being generally hard on the body.
Following this, after a few week’s break, I felt compelled to try a 13 week course or thereabouts of Albendazole, aka Valbazen. Yes, I’m game, and want to be well. Many people are scared of albendazole as it can produce some hair loss when used over time, and yes I lost a little hair… but I also lost alot of parasites. Also my skin also never looked so good so this stuff was doing someting. My skin cleaned up from being ashen and became milky and rosey for the first time in years. This drug was worth a little bit of hair loss, and the hair has grown back, and noone noticed the hair fall except for me.
Drugs are not for everyone and those in the community of parasite cleansing are weary of this approach. I weighed up my options and decided to try it and am glad I did with respect to the use of albendazole. It worked for me. Again, be careful not to overdose on this drug early in treatment as lots of parasites dying all at once can clog the intestines and cause more problems, and even an impaction of worse. Always ensure bowels are open and moving daily, and if not suspend treatment and get bowels moving again before proceeding
Can you get these drugs (Metronidazole (Flagyl)and Albendazole over-the-counter? or are you in another country? How do you know which to use? Have you identified what type your parasites are? Also, how do you know what dosage you need?
Curious about all this.
Hope it all works out for you.
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