How to Remove Worms in Humans Using Colonic Irrigation

While human intestinal worms are not at all uncommon, it isn’t a good thing to have worms; it makes you feel sick and tired and just plain grossed out to know that there is something living and growing inside you that you don’t want there. There are a few different types of worms in humans about which you might to know more, and some details of these intestinal worms in humans can be found below.

What kinds of worms are there?

There are several different kinds of parasitic worms of which you should make yourself aware, such as:

  • Tapeworms live in your gut and there are currently more than 5000 species of tapeworm in the world today.
  • Hookworms suck blood from your intestinal walls.
  • Giardia is a one-celled parasite that is contracted by drinking contaminated water.
  • Blood flukes make their way into into your skin and veins.
  • Pinworms and another form of roundworm and are known to lay eggs near the human anus.

Colonic irrigation is one of the ways to rid your body of intestinal worm infestations.

Related Article: Colonic Irrigation vs Enemas: What You Need to Know

What is colonic irrigation?

Colon cleansing (also known as colon therapy) encompasses a number of alternative medical therapies that practitioners use to detoxify the colon and intestines. Colon cleansing is also known as colon hydrotherapy, a ‘colonic’ or colonic irrigation. Colonic irrigation has become more common over the past decade as more and more people are turning to natural remedies rather than pharmaceuticals and are seeing the positive effects of doing so.

If you often experience symptoms of parasitic infection in your gut then 5 to 10 colonic irrigation treatments is said to be highly beneficial. Colonic irrigation is similar to an enema. However, while an enema is a single infusion, colonic irrigation involves repeated infusions of filtered warm water into the colon for cleansing.

During an enema, water is sent through only about the first 12 inches of the colon; during a colonic the water is sent along the entire colon. The colon is flushed through several times, releasing any blockages and many impurities and parasites as well – this is when the worms are expelled.

Symptoms of worms in the human gut

So how do you know if you have worms? There are a few indicators of which you should make yourself aware. Note though, that none of these are conclusive evidence that you do have worms; always consult a qualified medical professional regarding any and all health concerns you may have.

Digestive Disorders:

Any ongoing digestive concerns, that never seem to improve no matter what medications or salves you apply, could indicate the presence of a parasitic worm living in your gut. Worms inflame and irritate your intestine. This can cause bloating, fatigue and sometimes stomach pains.

Depression and Other Mental Illnesses:

Digestive tract upsets can have far-reaching implications and this can adversely affect your mental health. This is more likely to be the case if your digestive upsets have also disturbed your sleeping patterns. It is also quite possible for a parasitic infection to cause some of the same symptoms as depression and anxiety, including hallucinations, eyes pain, headaches, and physical aches and pains. Parasitic infections can also spread to the brain, impacting cognitive functions.

Autoimmune Conditions:

Autoimmune flare-ups have been linked to parasitic worm infestations in the gut for years. This includes conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and certain kinds of arthritis. Any infection in one part of the body is liable to spread and affect other bodily systems, such as the nervous system. This impacts brain and body function in surprising and debilitating ways.

Colonic irrigation is a safe, natural way to remove worms from your system. In fact, in many situations it may be the better option when compared to worming tablets for humans.

Have you tried colonic irrigation? Share your experience in the Comments box below.

 

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2 Responses to “How to Remove Worms in Humans Using Colonic Irrigation”

  1. I did this the first time a couple weeks ago, suggested by a close friend who does it regularly, and oh my gosh! The difference I felt just from that first session has me willing to do it again. I can not believe how much better I felt immediately afterwards. It truly is a good, chemical-free remedy to better your overall health. I have already scheduled my other sessions for the next few months. This will be a regular thing for me now. Try it at least once….if you don’t feel better from that ONE session, well, I don’t know what to say.

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