Ascorbic acid and worms

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Ascorbic acid and worms

Post Number:#1  Post by joiv » Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:36 pm

Does ascorbic acid work against parasites, worms etc.? For instance filariasis.


Re: Ascorbic acid and worms

Post Number:#2  Post by blueskymyne » Mon Oct 30, 2006 1:30 am

joiv wrote:Does ascorbic acid work against parasites, worms etc.? For instance filariasis.


You need to use the following herbs:

blackwalnut hulls, clove and wormwood.

Try these sources:

or (3 piece kit, antiparasitical with aforementioned herbs, colon cleanse and probiotic).
Check site and see what people there have said about it.

Most of the population has parasites. They can be picked up just by walking barefoot on the lawn. If you get them as a child they will stay with you throughout your life until killed. They breed rapidly in large numbers.

90 percent of parasites have one target area, the colon. They have a migration pattern if contracted from skin which is through the blood, to lungs, back up the broncials and back down the throat. Source-CDC parasites charts.

Parasites can be picked up via undercooked meat, restaurant food, barefeet on the lawn, public facilities etc.

Ivermectin is a pharm drug that is used for parasites but it is very powerful and toxic. Vets use it regualarly on animals. It is too toxic for both humans and pets in my opionion.

Using herbs is always ignored by mainstream medicine because these things are non patentable therefore non profitable
The herb combo mentioned is safe and effective as it kills both parasites and eggs.

Have a good one.

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Post Number:#3  Post by Van Carman » Tue Oct 31, 2006 5:22 pm

Many years ago Jaynes P.W.vermifuge was available for pinworms.A coal tar derivitive it was loaded with phenols.Who knows, it may have been an ascorbate prompter.It was known fondly by many as Royal Velvet.Some may want to delve into this product.It may no longer be available over the counter.Hope this helps,Van
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