While it's not been easy to be totally consistent with all the goals I have made for myself, I can say that I feel better than I ever have. That said, I'm still working on achieving optimal health.
A few weeks ago one of the girls at work said we need to do a parasite cleanse. That was one topic I had never really done much research on, but I had a chiropractor tell me years ago that I had parasites.
Evidently, everyone does.
For some reason I was intrigued by this idea when I had flatly dismissed it before. So I began to do some research on the topic and found some extremely interesting information.
First, I looked up the effects parasites can have on the body. Even a relatively healthy person like myself is effected by the presense of parasites. They rob the body of nutrients from the food we eat and upset the pH balance of the body as well. But as I continued to research, I found out this is just the tip of the iceberg!
I turned to one of my favorite websites, earthclinic.com, to read up on the anecdotal information and remedies shared there. Many of the remedies were the same herbal remedies found in the products we sell at Super Sup and some I already have in my supplement cabinet - namely:
Black Walnut Extract
Sweet Wormwood Extract
Clove extract or fresh ground cloves
Apple Cider vinegar
Apparently, regimens using therapeutic doses of these products have worked well for some people. Many of the stories I read reported the user getting ill before getting better as a result of the die-off of the parasites and the toxins being released into the system before being flushed out of the body.
As I continued reading I came across a post about Dr. Hulda Clark and something called a zapper. The post included a link to a manuscript written by Dr. Clark so I read it...and I was extremely intrigued. The book is called The Cure for All Diseases and it was available for free.
Basically in the book, Dr. Clark asserts that all diseases are caused by two things - PARASITES and POLLUTION.
She includes worms, fungus, bacteria and viruses within the category of parasites and pollutants that are found in our cosmetics, household supplies and environments as a whole.
The book is easy to read and understand and specifies various kinds of parasites as responsible for various conditions in the body. Furthermore, it describes the vibrational frequencies of organisms and how low voltage electrical currents can disrupt low frequency organisms like parasites to the point where they die.
Of course all of this is highly controversial and not endorsed by main stream medicine or the government. In the end, Dr. Clark - although a clearly brilliant woman, has been characterized as a quack. However, it seems that people are using this technology with success and it has been continually explored by other people, as I found in my research.
The next thing I did was try to find out where to get one of these zapper devices, though the book provides a diagram of how to make this device. Googling "parasite zapper" led me to Don and Carol Crofts website - a little deeper down the rabbit hole. They make a zapper called the Terminator. Impressive name, right? A lot more research on them, on their website and on Youtube made me decide to try this along with the herbal parasite cleanse I picked up at work.
My next post: Adventures in parasite cleansing with the Terminator