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What does the full moon tell you about your health?

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Well … parasites (an organism which lives in or on another organism and benefits by deriving nutrients at the other’s expense) lay their eggs on a full moon, thus beginning their new life cycle. That might be why some of us go a little gaga on a full moon! Many recommendations suggest beginning a parasite treatment on a full moon as that’s when it will be most effective.

Why is it so important to remove parasites?
Because parasites continue to grow, breed and excrete toxins and poisons, which in turn puts the immune system under stress. Elimination is essential for good health.

How do I know if I have parasites?
Some indications are:

  1. Gut cramping especially after eating.
  2. Chronic exhaustion not appeased by sleep.
  3. An itchy bottom.
  4. Extreme skinniness or inability to gain weight, even though you may eat a lot.

Simply Well X-Pel product is of a light chalky texture that is palatable to the tastebuds, and can show results in as little as a few days. Although it is suggested that the whole bottle be consumed or to continue with the suggested amount for at least 30 Days.

“Hey Ruthi, Just thought I’d give you a run down on the X-pel product that you sent—thank you 🙂 Three days in. All our tummies are very sore. Yesterday Grace had a lot of alive worms coming out but tonight finally have found none.  She was very very tired 2 days ago.  Zaire today day 3 was a complete right off—very tired and whining all the time—tonight found at least 20 worms coming out of the bum but none since then.  I’m guessing he is a day behind Grace and tomorrow we will find none or very little! Last night Grace was all clear. Zaire tho had 16 of the buggers!! We are getting there!! Thanks to you all.”

Sarah Cairns QLD 2013

Parasites love sugar. so if you are wanting to cleanse your gut of worms avoid the sweet white death as much as you can. Honey can be used to replace the need for sweet during this time. Or starve the little bugs completely.

Some of the most common little nasties …
Trichinella: This worm can be contracted by eating raw or undercooked meat from infected animals. Signs and symptoms include diarrhea and abdominal cramping. Symptoms can become more severe and include high fever, muscle pain and tenderness, swelling of the eyelids or face, weakness, headache, light sensitivity and pink eye (conjunctivitis).
Hookworm: Hookworm is one of the more popular infestations with an estimated 576 to 740 million people worldwide. Can be infected by walking barefoot on contaminated soil. Most people display no symptoms at first, an early sign of infection could be an itchy rash at the site of exposure. Digestive complaints may follow, with nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain that is worse after eating and increased flatulence. If infection persists, anaemia and nutrient deficiencies may result.

Dientamoeba Fragilis: This parasite is one of the smaller parasites that can live in the large intestine. It is likely spread through oral contact with infected faecal material (yet another reason to wash your hands before eating). In the acute infection, diarrhea and abdominal pain are the most common symptoms, with diarrhea being more predominant, lasting for one to two weeks. Stools tend to be greenish brown and watery or sticky. In chronic infection, abdominal pain is usually the dominant symptom, but people may also have loss of appetite, weight, nausea, vomiting, bloating or flatulence.

Pinworm: Pinworms are small, thin, white worms that most commonly infect children but are also contagious and may affect adults. The worm’s eggs may be carried to surfaces including hands, toys, bedding, clothing and toilet seats and must be ingested to cause infection. The main symptom is itching around the anus, which may be particularly bad at night. Disturbed sleep or abdominal pain may also result.

Anti-parasitic Mouth treatment
The digestive system isn’t the only place parasites reside, they also love the moist hiding spots in your mouth. You’ll never kiss another stranger on the mouth again after you read this, parasites can be passed from partner to partner through kissing and swapping other bodily fluids. A very effective way to treat mouth parasites it treating them to a regular bath of:

1 tsp 3% Hydrochloric Acid to 2 Tsp of Water, brushing with this foams up like using toothpaste though this is the reaction to the parasites, infection or gum disease present in the mouth, it is very important to dilute the formula as this could over time effect the enamel of the teeth if too strong. You will notice your teeth go a squeaky clean, your mouth will feel very clean, YES you can go kiss everyone now. Just brush again with the solution afterwards to ensure you clean-up your mouth of any parasites exchanged in the exposure.

Another natural gum and mouth remedy is to make a mixture of ¼ tsp bicarb soda and ¼ tsp of fine preserving salt (any good natural salt, as long as it is fine) and rub on the gums with your finger, leave this for 20 min if you can and wash your mouth out with water.

Bicarb soda counteracts acidity in the mouth and the salt has cleansing qualities, your dentist will be very pleased you decided to change to this simple method.

“I was diagnosed with chronic gum disease and parasites in my mouth, needing a lot of dental attention, after using the hydrochloric toothpaste twice a day, flossing and applying the bicarb and salt solution to my gums every few days. To replace the bacteria in my mouth I use Nuferm’s probiotic foods as they are intense nutrition and the good guy bacteria. I had amazing results, the inflammation reduced, my gums stopped bleeding all together and my dentist kept taking a look as he was amazed at the improvement over a two week period.”

Dee QLD 2015

Pet Parasites
There are a number of worms: hook, round, heart, tape worms that can be contracted from our most loved pets, so it is always important to worm your pets and yourself as often as your pet doctor suggests. You can also buy pet probiotics to give your pet the good guys too.

Just before you go …
If you suspect you have any of these lil nasties, you can ask your Doctor for a stool test, although feedback on this is that they look for only the ones on the “most wanted” list so it can miss a few. If you have animals, have been overseas, or kiss lots of strangers it’s a great idea to go through an anti-parasitic (such as Simply Well’s X-Pel liquid) cleansing process every five or so full moons during the year.

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