Guest or Host: Who’s Coming to Dinner?
When you invite guests over to dinner, usually you try to make sure that the food you have prepared is exactly to the liking of your guests, which is what a good host does. Well, what if the host was the dinner and the guests were parasites?
Everyone is a host to parasites whether they are aware of it or not. One definition of a host is: an animal, plant or organism from which a parasite obtains nutrition. A parasite is: an animal, plant or organism which lives on or in an organism of another species (host) of which it obtains nutrition, without making any useful and fitting return.
There are hundreds of types of parasites which fall under five groups:
1) Roundworms, 2) Single cell parasites, 3) Tape worms, 4) Flukes, 5) Spirochetes.
Parasites found in humans range in size from microscopic to 30 feet long depending on the type. They can enter the body through several ways: the soil, air, the bottom of the feet and pets. The deadliest ones to humans are found in fecal matter (human or animal), ingesting meats (especially pork and beef), fish and dairy. Cooking meat does not necessarily kill some parasites as people mistakenly believe.
Because parasites are a living being, they eat to survive, they also defecate (or eliminate waste which is very toxic to the human body), they reproduce by the thousands, and they die within us. Their toxic waste weakens our immune system which leads to numerous illnesses and diseases, so a person who already had a weakened immune system is the most susceptible.
Small blips of information will arise in the media once it has reached an obvious dangerous proportion such as the recent scare with E-coli (which is feces) found on fresh spinach. Be clear that illnesses and diseases linked to parasites are already at critical proportions.
Because the symptoms of a parasitic infestation are what we consider “basic” to so many other illnesses that parasites are usually never looked at as the primary cause. Some of the symptoms of the presence and possible infestation of parasites are: flu-like complaints, impaired concentration, bed wetting, gas and bloating, itchy ears, nose and anus, grinding teeth at night, painful joints, snoring, weight gain (around the full moon), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, allergies, insomnia, over/under weight, diarrhea, sexual dysfunction, always feeling hungry, nervousness, anemia, junk food cravings, headaches/migraines and constipation.
There are several methods that can rid the body of parasites:
Herbs – wormwood, cloves, ginger root, buckhorn root, black walnut, capsicum,
Foods –pumpkin seeds, garlic, sesame seed, onion, apple cider, alkaline water
Colonic – to flush the parasites from the colon after a colon cleanser and parasitic
formula have been previously taken