Homeopathy For Parasites In The Human Body (homeopathic Remedies)

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Homeopathy For Parasites In The Human Body (homeopathic Remedies)
Homeopathy For Parasites In The Human Body (homeopathic Remedies)

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Ways to get rid of parasites with homeopathic medicines


  • 1 Strengths and weaknesses of homeopathy
  • 2 Observation by a doctor vs. self-medication
  • 3 Signs of infection: when to sound the alarm
  • 4 Basic rules of treatment
  • 5 What is sold in the pharmacy
  • 6 Diet and the basics of proper nutrition

    6.1 Weekly menu

As a treatment method, homeopathy against parasites is gaining popularity every day. Someone is inclined in her favor on the instructions of a doctor, someone himself does not want to poison his own body with "chemistry", someone fell for fashion trends. Whatever the reason, however, the technique bears fruit. So let's take a closer look at it.

Strengths and weaknesses of homeopathy


Strengths and weaknesses of homeopathy

Any homeopathic remedy for parasites in the human body is a kind of combination of plants and minerals. Therefore, its advantages include:

  • Versatility. In these drugs there is no "chemistry", they are absolutely safe for the average infected, and for children, and for women who are breastfeeding or just awaiting the birth of a baby.
  • Availability. While medications are quite expensive (because of their brand, rare components in the composition, etc.), homeopathy, as a treatment, is available to everyone.
  • Simplicity. The conditions of treatment do not set strict limits, do not force to abruptly abandon the usual rhythm of life. The only thing that will have to be sacrificed is food. And even then, the diet is offered sparing.

As for the shortcomings, among them are:

  • Individual intolerance of an infected person to the active elements of drugs, which can lead to an acute allergic reaction (up to anaphylactic shock);
  • Lack of "general" medicines (different homeopathic remedies work in different ways, so you can often choose the best option for you only after a visit to an experienced homeopath);
  • Terms of treatment: since these drugs do not kill parasites, but rebuild your body, making the living conditions as inconvenient for them as possible, full treatment is often delayed for more than one week.

Observation by a doctor vs. self-medication


Observation by a doctor vs. self-medication

Homeopathy is universal. The appointment of the drug does not depend on the age of the patient, but on the degree of his infection with parasites and their type. And the average patient is not able to independently select active substances and a suitable dosage. Therefore, homeopathy should always be used only as directed by a physician.

Before prescribing treatment, the homeopath conducts vegetative resonance testing and other examinations to determine:

  • The source of the problem;
  • The type of pests that parasitize your body;
  • The scale and dynamics of infection.

Based on the results, the doctor will select the drug to minimize the risk of re-infection.

Signs of infection: when to sound the alarm


The connection between homeopathy and parasites is clear: the earlier you start treatment, the faster it will work.

The longer you allow pests to take over your body, the more serious treatment will be required in the future.

Therefore, one of the main steps to recovery is the timely detection of the problem. The following signs will help make it:

A variety of parasites Symptoms
Ascaris living in the lumen of the small intestine
  • Allergic rash with pronounced itching;
  • Increased body temperature, increased sweating;
  • General weakness;
  • Enlarged liver;
  • The appearance of pain in the right hypochondrium;
  • Wheezing in the lungs, harsh cough for no apparent reason;
  • Decreased appetite, weight loss;
  • Unstable stools (constipation alternating with diarrhea);
  • Memory impairment, loss of sleep.
Small intestine bovine tapeworm
  • Increased salivation, vomiting;
  • Heartburn, flatulence, intestinal discomfort;
  • Severe weight loss amid increasing appetite4
  • Avitaminosis;
  • Allergic reaction, in manifestations similar to urticaria;
  • Frequent headaches, increased nervousness.
Pinworms (worms) that live in the intestines.
  • Anal itching, inflammation of the posterior opening;
  • Sleep disturbance, increased fatigue;
  • Urinary incontinence (in children);
  • Recurrent minor pain in the right side of the abdomen;
  • Loss of appetite, problems with stools;
  • Flatulence, nausea;
  • An allergic reaction resembling atopic dermatitis;
  • Increased irritability, deterioration in attention.
Toxocars parasitizing various internal organs and tissues.
  • A skin rash that resembles a mosquito bite;
  • Quincke's edema;
  • Bronchial asthma;
  • Choking, severe breathing problems;
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Other symptoms depend on the habitat of the parasites.
Hookworms and nekators parasitizing in the intestine and duodenum
  • Dermatitis, various skin rashes and swelling of the affected area;
  • Cough, shortness of breath, hoarseness in the voice, development of diseases of the respiratory system;
  • Taste disturbance, flatulence;
  • Vomiting, unstable stools;
  • Increased fatigue, sleep disturbance;
  • Violation of the menstrual cycle (in women).
Wide tapeworm living in the small intestine
  • Problems with appetite, stool disorder;
  • Increased fatigue, frequent dizziness;
  • The presence of fragments of the worm in the feces;
  • Sharp pains in the abdomen that resemble labor pains;
  • Cracking of the tongue, the appearance of bright red spots on it.
Small intestine pork tapeworm
  • Loss of appetite, constipation, vomiting;
  • The presence of particles of the worm and its larvae in the vomit;
  • Mild but regular abdominal pain;
  • Anal itching;
  • Dizziness, fainting, trouble sleeping.
Echinococcus affecting various internal organs
  • Sharp pains at the site of cyst formation, interruptions in the work of the organ that it struck;
  • Skin rashes that resemble hives;
  • Fever, intoxication;
  • Pleurisy or peritonitis.
Giardia that develops in the colon
  • Problems in the digestive tract;
  • Pain in the navel or right hypochondrium;
  • Decreased appetite, flatulence;
  • Diarrhea, frequent stools with foam;
  • Drastic weight loss;
  • Increased fatigue, decreased performance.
Entamoeba histolytica (dysentery amoeba)
  • Diarrhea, profuse, frothy stools;
  • Intense, regular pain in the right side of the abdomen;
  • A slight increase in body temperature;
  • The formation of intestinal obstruction.
Sucker schistosoma
  • Allergic rashes, edema;
  • Unreasonable cough, hemoptysis;
  • Problems with urination;
  • Increased sweating, increased overall body temperature;
  • Diarrhea with bloody impurities.

Depending on the state of immunity and the physiological characteristics of the patient, these symptoms can manifest themselves in different ways. Therefore, at the first sign of malaise, it is worth contacting a local doctor, and then a homeopath.

Basic rules of treatment


Basic rules of treatment

Like any other technique for parasites, homeopathy has its own nuances. During the "expulsion" of worms and other parasites, it is necessary to adhere to a number of rules (non-observance of which will only aggravate the problem). So:

  • 15 minutes before taking the drug and another half an hour after, you can not eat foods with a pungent smell, drink energy drinks, alcohol, and chew gum;
  • Throughout the course, you must strictly follow the instructions of the attending physician, otherwise you risk only aggravating the infection;
  • If you have an individual intolerance to the chosen drug, stop taking it immediately and contact your homeopath for a new appointment;
  • Phytopreparations do not contain chemical components, but this does not mean that they are absolutely harmless - some of the elements are delayed and accumulate, which in the future can lead to a weakening of immunity and a number of diseases, therefore, after completing the course of treatment, do not forget to detoxify (cleanse) the body using a laxative or with an enema.

Follow these rules, and, you can not be afraid, no harm to the body will follow. On the contrary, the drugs will "tune" it so that you can forget about parasites forever, like about a bad dream.

What is sold in the pharmacy

Natural phytopreparations are much cheaper than their medicinal counterparts, however, they can well compete with them in efficiency. So, the most in demand today are:

  • "Granatum" (Granatum). The key active ingredient in this product is Punica, which is extremely effective against tapeworms of all kinds. As a rule, it is prescribed for pain in the navel area, anal itching, excessive appetite, increased salivation.
  • "Natrium phosphoricum" (Natrium phosphoricum) based on mineral salts. It helps with anal itching and the appearance of small yellow spots on the tongue, copes well with sour belching, morning vomiting (not toxicosis).
  • "Cina" (Cina). The key element in its composition - santonin - is extremely effective against roundworms and pinworms. This herbal remedy helps with enterobiasis, the manifestation of pain in the perianal region, as well as problems with skin color, a pronounced feeling of hunger. Effectively fights inflammation of the intestinal mucosa.
  • "Silicea" (Silicea). The drug is based on silicic acid, effective against tapeworms and roundworms. It is prescribed when the patient shows the following symptoms: problems with urination, urinary incontinence, diarrhea. Promotes stabilization of metabolic processes in the body, helps to relieve nervousness and tension.
  • "Helmintol". It is prescribed not only for the treatment of helminthic invasions, but also for their prevention. It has anti-inflammatory and choleretic effect, stabilizes the intestinal microflora, positively affects the work of the digestive tract. Safe for pregnant women and children.
  • "Calcarea carbonica" (Calcarea). This drug is most often prescribed when the disease develops against a background of intense stress or fear.

The drugs listed above do an excellent job with parasites. However, the wrong dosage will not solve the problem, it will only make it worse. Therefore, they should only be taken as directed by a doctor.

Diet and the basics of proper nutrition


Diet and the basics of proper nutrition

With correct and timely use, homeopathic medicines for parasites in the human body give results in a few days. However, the cure does not always happen as quickly as we would like. Therefore, if you want to speed up the process, you should not only start treatment, but also revise your menu.

As in the case of intestinal infection, Table 4 is optimal here - a diet that is based on a standard meal plan and includes the following foods:

  • Fermented milk dishes and products;
  • Porridge (with the exception of those made from premium flour);
  • Heat-treated fruits and vegetables.

But the following are prohibited:

  • Foods and meals high in fat, sugar, or salt;
  • Broths and broths cooked in fatty meat;
  • Carbonated drinks;
  • Bakery products baked from premium flour.

Weekly menu

When a patient is being treated with homeopathy, the drugs for parasites can be different, but the diet always looks about the same. Therefore, if you decide to fight the disease, it does not hurt to first familiarize yourself with the menu on which you have to eat for the next few weeks:

Day of week Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Monday Oatmeal, a cup of strong tea or coffee without sugar. Boiled potatoes and steamed chicken cutlets. A portion of 1% fat cottage cheese and 2 baked apples.
Tuesday Boiled buckwheat, chamomile tea. Pumpkin soup with a thin slice of bread. Vegetable stew.
Wednesday Toast with apple jam, a glass of tea or compote Tavern puree, fish cakes and sugar-free tea. A serving of yogurt (natural) and 2 baked apples.
Thursday Barley porridge, natural cottage cheese, a glass of tea. Onion soup, beef meatballs, chamomile tea. Boiled green beans, a glass of kefir.
Friday Omelet with tomatoes. Boiled potatoes and steamed chicken cutlets. Vegetable stew.
Saturday Toast with apple jam, a glass of tea or compote Buckwheat soup with milk, a glass of tea. A portion of natural cottage cheese with baked pumpkin pieces.
Resurrection Oatmeal with the addition of cottage cheese and honey, a glass of black tea without sugar. Beetroot, steamed turkey cutlets. Omelet, a glass of kefir.

Still have questions? Would you like to share your results in the fight against parasites with homeopathy? Leave your comments, we will discuss.