All herbal traditions, past and present, have botanical formulas to help the body when unwanted, parasitic life forms become unwanted guests in the G.I. Tract and in the body tissues. Substances that help expel such unwanted visitors are called vermifuges. Some species have been found to provide benefits, and many are considered parasitic in nature. In these many traditions, there are strategies for helping the body’s normal immune relations with: 1) large species that can be seen with the unassisted eye (e.g. tapeworms), 2) small species that can be seen and that migrate around the body (roundworms), 3) microscopic species that attempt to infest the G.I. tract (protozoa), and 4) microscopic species that migrate into tissues via the blood (microfilaria). The herbal varieties employed often support the body’s normal immune processes to be vigilant, and often contain enzymes that encourage the body’s natural expulsion of bothersome species. They help cleanse the terrain that supports uninvited guests. Rather than a “stun and kill” approach, the bioenergetic properties of herbs support the body’s innate self-regulatory processes and the body’s innate priorities.
USAGE: 1-3 capsules at bedtime for 4-6 cycles of 15 days each (e.g. 10 days on, 5 days off), or as directed.
Clinical Dose of wormseed oil and black walnut leaves in an herbal support blend of garlic, pau d’arco, rose hips, zapilopatle beans, jalapa and more.