"Cleanse your bloodstream with a parasite cleansing
formula that helps the body eliminate dangerous parasites in the body"
Parasites have been known to infest muscle tissue, the digestive
tract, the bloodstream and even the brain, heart, and other
vital organs. Parasites infest people in many
These unwanted guests steal your bodies needed nutrients, leave
all kinds of unwanted bacteria, and throw your homeostasis off.
These parasites may not cause obvious symptoms, but other
parasites pose serious threats to your health.
They steal nutrients
intended for your body, damage soft tissue by attaching
themselves, and disperse toxic by-products into your system.
Some of these unwanted parasites are life threatening, causing
serious health problems for many people each year. Still,
others steal nutrients that your body needs to maintain a
Parasite Cleanse can potentially help your body create an
environment these parasites find undesirable, providing a
naturally occurring flora and biosystem that help your body
Pumpkin Seed (Cucurbitae peponis semen) - supports against
an irritated bladder conditions and micturition porblems of
benign prostatic hyperplasia states 1 and 2. Actions: Due
to lack of suitable models, there no pharmacological studies
that substantiate the empirically found activity.
Note: This medication assists only the symptoms associated
with an enlarged prostate without reducing the enlargement.
Please consult a physician at regular intervals.
Garlic (Allium sativum) - is a relative of shallots, leeks
and onions and contains selenium. People have associated
it to support with stamina and strength. Garlic gets its
odor from allicin, which has antibacterial properties
"equivalent to that of 1% penicillin." Garlic is reported
to be more supportive than penicillin against typhus disease and
works well against strep, staph bacteria, and the organisms
responsible for cholera, dysentery and enteritis.
Garlic is also used to support against respiratory problems by
opening up lungs and bronchial tubes. It has been found to
promote the inhibition of tumor cell formation and is currently
being studied by the National Cancer Institute. Garlic is
one of the most-researched herbs. James Duke, in his US
Government Ethnobotanical Database, cites hundreds of assisting
uses for the various constituents found in garlic, including
antiviral and antifungal usages. It is also well known for
helping to control blood pressure.
Black Walnut Bark (Juglans nigra)
Grapefruit Seed Extract
Clove (Caryophylli flos) - are used with inflammatory
changes of the oral and pharyngeal mucosa. In dentistry,
cloves are used as a topical anesthesia. Cloves
contributing actions include antiseptic, antibacterial,
antifungal, antiviral, topical anesthetic and antispasmodic.
Citrus Seed Extract
Ginger Root Wild (Zingiber officinale) - is
traditionally used to assist dyspepsia and contribute to the
prevention of motion sickness. It assists in actions such as antiemetic, positively inotropic, promotes secretion of saliva and
gastric juices, cholagogue and in animals as an antispasmodic.
In humans it may increase tone and peristalsis in intestines.
Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus fulva) - is a demulcent, an
emollient and may act as a soothing agent to the alimentary
canal. It is used internally to support the treatment of
gastritis and gastric or duodenal ulcers.
Anise Seed (Anisi fructus) - Internal uses contribute
against dyspeptic complains. Internal and external uses
support catarrhs of the respiratory tract.
Papaya Leaf (Caricae papayae folium) - assists singly or in
combinations for prophylaxis and therapy of diseases and
discomforts of the gastrointestinal tract, as an anthelmintic
for oxyurides, strongyloides, ascarides, ancylostoma, such as
Mecator americanus, and other nematodes, and also for a sedative
Fig Powder (Caricae fructus) - preparations are used as a
supportive laxative. Also used as an additive or flavor
Artemesia Annua (Qing Hao) - antimalarial
Cranberry Concentrate - The Native Americans have used
cranberry concentrate for centuries. Sailors also used it
to assist against scurvy. Cranberries contain certain
factors, which stimulate the cleansing and removing of toxins
from the kidneys, bladder, and urinary canal. The
cranberry concentrate has a water content of less than 2% so
that it requires no preservatives, chemical stabilizers, or
pasteurization. This allows for the full nutritional
benefits of the natural cranberry as nature intended.
Pomegranate Fruit (Punica granatum)
Butternut Bark (Juglans cinerea) - acts as a supportive
vermifuge, laxative and tonic. Preparations of the bark
are used to enhance against disorders of the gallbladder, for
hemorrhoids and in skin diseases. Juglone has
antimicrobial, antineoplastic and antiparasitic properties as
well as being a gentle laxative.
Pau D' Arco (Tabebuia heptaphylla) - has been used as a
panacea in South America for centuries. The ancient Aztecs
and the Incas used it as one of their major medicinal herbs.
Dr. Theodoro Meyer, an award winning botanist from Argentina,
died in 1972 after years of frustrating attempts to convince the
scientific world of the great value of Pau D' Arco. Rumor
has it that it contains a natural antibacterial agent, helps
maintain a healing effect on the entire body, cleanses the
blood, and assists in killing viruses. It strengthens the
immune system and nerves, and increases resistance to disease.
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
Olive Leaf (Oleae folium) - assists as an antihypertensive
and diuretic. Helps as an antispasmodic, bronchodilator,
coronary dilator, hypotensive, antiarrhythmic, and
arrhythmogenic, antipyretic, hypoglycemic, and diuretic.
Ginseng American (Panax quinquefolius) - Like Korean and
Siberian ginseng, American ginseng is an enhancing adaptogen and
tonic. In the 1700s and 1800s, wild American ginseng was
so popular it "was almost wiped out along the Eastern seaboard,"
and is still considered endangered, though it is grown
commercially, mostly in Marathon County, Wisconsin.
Gentian Root (Gentianae radix) - is used to support against
digestive disorders. The essential active principles are
the bitter substances contained in the herb. These bring
about a reflex excitation fo the taste receptors, leading to
increased secretion of saliva and the digestive juices.
Gentian root is therefore considered to be not simply a pure
bitter, but also a roborant and tonic. In animal
experimentation there indications that bronchial secretion is
Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) - preparations are used for
the gentle stimulation of circulation, for intestinal catarrhs,
supports the respiratory tract, colds, chest and lung ailments,
bolsters the prevention of frostbite damage, digestive
disorders, intestinal ailments, menstrual complaints, heart
problems and eye pain.
Cramp Bark (Viburnum prunifolium) - is a spasmolytic and to
date undefined effect on the uterus. Assists with
complaints of dysmenorrhea.
Peppermint Powder (Mentha piperita) - is said to assist in
calming an upset stomach or relieving muscle spasms such as
menstrual cramps notes Rodale's Encyclopedia. The U.S.
Dispensatory notes the following supportive qualities:
carminative and gastric stimulant, widely employed in
flatualence, nausea, and gastralgia.
Fennel Seed (Foeniculum vulgare) - which tastes like anise,
is widely used as a spice. Fennel contributes as a mild
diuretic. It supports against flatulence in children and
adults and prevents colic in babies and children. Helps
suppress appetite when dicting.