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It is estimated that over 85% of people in the US are infected with some kind of gut parasite, and overindulgence in gluten and dairy adds to the chances that you will fall prey to worms at some stage. Below is some information you might find useful about removing worms, and how to tell if you might be affected.
What are Worms?
Worms are parasites –and ropeworms in particular are quite a recently discovered type of worm. There are quite a few different kinds of parasitic worms, such as:
- Tapeworms, which live in human intestines; currently, there are more than 5000 species of tapeworm.
- Hookworms, which suck blood from your intestinal walls.
- Giardia, a single-celled parasite often found in infected water.
- Blood flukes; these burrow into human skin and swim in human veins. Other species of fluke have been found in human liver, lungs, and pancreas.
- Pinworms; these are one of the most common roundworms. The female pinworm likes to lay her eggs near the human perineum or anus.
How do you Know if you Have Worms?
There are three main indicators to look out for if you think you may have worms. None of these are conclusive however, and you should always ensure you consult qualified medical professionals in regards to any and all health concerns you may have.
If you suffer from any kind of ongoing digestive disorder, that doesn’t ever really seem to improve no matter what remedies you apply, there is a good chance that a parasite may be behind it. Parasites like worms irritate your intestine causing bloating, excessive gas, tiredness and sometimes abdominal and / or stomach pains.
Depression and Other Forms of Mental Illness or Malaise:
It is possible for distress in your digestive tract to have an impact on your mental health – especially if it affects your sleeping patterns. While such mental illnesses are often treated with medications, it is possible for a parasitic infection to cause many of the same symptoms as depression and anxiety, including hallucinations, eyes pain, headaches, and physical aches and pains. It is also impossible for any parasitic infection to spread to the brain, impacting cognitive functions.
There is well documented evidence that autoimmune flare-ups are linked to parasitic gut infections, particularly conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and some forms of arthritis. Again, almost any infection in one part of the body can spread and therefore impact other systems, including the nervous system which is tied very much to brain and body function.
How to Remove Worms With Enemas
Enemas are gaining credibility in both the therapeutic and the medical community as one of the best ways of removing worms from the human body – and there are a variety of enema protocols you can use. For ropeworms, which are one of the most common forms of parasites found in the human gut, coffee enemas are proving extremely effective. As you can see in the above video, the coffee enema helped the man expel the parasites and he reported feeling healthier and more energetic afterwards.
How to Perform a Coffee Enema
You can buy a ready-made kit for this which contains everything you need.
Step 1: Use ground organic coffee beans; non-organic coffee may have chemicals on the beans. The coffee you use should be as clean and chemical-free as possible; the idea is to remove stuff clogging you up and making you sick, not introduce more into your system.
Step 2: Boil up 3-4 tablespoons of coffee with 2L of filtered water. Use a clean pan on your stove if you can. Simmer for 15 minutes.
Step 3: Remove the coffee from the heat and leave it to cool to body temperature. The best test for this is to put your finger in the coffee; it should be neither cold nor hot. Strain the coffee into a clean glass pouring jar. For an easy alternative, use a pre-brewed organic coffee enema solution.
Step 4: Find room in your bathroom – you’ll want to lie down so you may need some kind of pillow.
Step 5: Assemble your enema kit; tube, nozzle and bag. This will need to be hung on a rail. Try to ensure it is at least 1 metre above the ground. Ensure your ‘flow’ attachment on your nozzle is switched to ‘Off’.
Step 6: Pour your coffee into your enema bag. Hold your tube and nozzle over a drain until the coffee has no air bubbles; halt the flow once you see this.
Step 7: Rub coconut oil on your nozzle; lie down on one side, knees up.
Step 8: Insert the nozzle to approximately 3-4 inch inside your rectum.
Step 9: Turn on the nozzle attachment and allow your coffee to flow. Let it run into your body until the bag is empty.
Step 10: Rest with your feet above your head (placing them on a wall while you lie on the ground works well), or remain as you are. Your stomach may make a few gurgles – this means the enema is working. Remain in your resting position for 12-15 minutes. You might feel like you need to go to the toilet, especially the first few times you do this; try to resist.
Step 11: After 15 minutes, simply go to the toilet – and let it out.
Enemas are fast becoming the most effective way to treat various forms of worms. Not only do your systems expel the parasite completely, but your intestine is cleansed and has a chance to heal properly, reducing the chance of a new infestation settling in.
Have you, or has anyone you know, used enemas to rid their body of worms? Share your experiences in the Comments box below.