Most people are infected with at least one internal parasite. Unfortunately, most are undiagnosed and even do not know that they are carrying one or more parasites in their bodies. Humans contract parasites in several ways, including eating uncooked foods like meat and fish, walking barefooted, and sharing a bed with a pet carrying them. Although the mention of parasites makes people think of the obvious ones like tapeworms, roundworms, and others, many others are microscopic like amoeba, spirochetes, and flukes.
Due to the common infection with parasites, it is critical to use parasite cleansing supplements like zoiben, which also helps with biofilms infections and other benefits. The supplement is constituted of six different essential oils and berberine, the bitter herb extract. These ingredients are all useful for eliminating parasites but are not toxic to humans.
Here are some natural remedies for intestinal parasites:
One of the natural cures for intestinal parasites is pumpkin seeds. These seeds have been found to rich in amino acids, fatty acids, and some compounds like berberine, palatine, and cucurbitine. A preliminary study featured in the 2016 International Journal of Molecular Sciences is among the research done to investigate the use of pumpkin seeds for intestinal parasites. The study found pumpkin seeds have some anti-parasitic effect.
Berberine is a compound found in several herbs, including European barberry (Berberis vulgaris), goldenseal, and coptis. According to some preliminary studies, berberine has manifested the ability to fight off intestinal parasites. A good example is a report published in 2014 in the Iranian Journal of Parasitology that showed berberine obtained from barberry showed effects of fighting tapeworms.
While conducting a pilot study that was featured in the 2007 Journal of Medicine Food, 60 children received an elixir that contained either a mixture of papaya seeds and honey or honey alone. At the end of seven days, it was observed that a higher number of those who received a papaya-based elixir had no parasites in their stool.
The wormwood herb has been found to contain compounds known as sesquiterpene lactones that are believed to weaken the parasites’ membranes resulting in killing them. According to a preliminary study published in the 2010 issue of Parasitology Research, wormwood can kill a type of helminth referred to as Heterobranchus longifilis. That way, it can be a useful natural remedy for parasites.