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PARASITE FREE FORMULA

PARASITE FREE FORMULA

Our Parasite Free Formula uses our Cellular Absorption technology to ensure the maximum amount is absorbed into the bloodstream and dispersed through the body. Our formula is designed to remove parasites in all stages, adult, larva, and eggs!

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Parasites are not a third world affair! Over 50% of people that attend detox clinics see parasites coming out of the body through their stools (poop)! But there are also microscopic parasites that live in the body and all of them are drinking our drinks and eating our food and urinating and defecating inside of us creating a highly toxic and acidic environment that destroys our health. If you have pets it's even more important to have a simple strategy to keep parasites back into their natural balance for your optimal health.

SCIENCE BEHIND THE INGREDIENTS

Kutaj

Kutaj (Holarrhena antidysenterica) is an important medicinal plant in Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine in India. It is commonly used for its anti-parasitic properties, particularly in the treatment of intestinal parasites. The main active compounds responsible for its anti-parasitic effects are alkaloids such as conessine and holarrhimine. Here are some uses of kutaj for parasites:

Anti-Parasitic Activity: Kutaj is known for its potent anti-parasitic properties, especially against intestinal parasites. It can help in the treatment of conditions like giardiasis, amoebiasis, and other parasitic infections.

   Amoebic Dysentery: Kutaj is often prescribed for the treatment of amoebic dysentery, a condition caused by the protozoan parasite Entamoeba histolytica. The anti-amoebic properties of kutaj help in controlling the infection and reducing symptoms such as diarrhea and abdominal pain.

   Giardiasis: Giardiasis is an intestinal infection caused by the parasite Giardia lamblia. Kutaj has been traditionally used to combat giardiasis and alleviate symptoms associated with this condition.

   Worm Infestations: Kutaj is also employed in the treatment of helminthic (worm) infestations. It is believed to have anthelmintic properties, which means it can help expel or destroy parasitic worms from the gastrointestinal tract.

   Dysentery: Kutaj is commonly used to treat dysentery, a condition characterized by inflammation of the intestines, often caused by bacterial or parasitic infections. Its anti-inflammatory and anti-parasitic actions can be beneficial in managing dysentery.

   Anti-Diarrheal Effects: In addition to its anti-parasitic properties, kutaj is known for its anti-diarrheal effects. It can help in controlling diarrhea, which is a common symptom of many parasitic infections. It's important to note that while kutaj has been traditionally used in Ayurveda for its anti-parasitic properties, and there is some scientific evidence supporting its efficacy, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional before using it for the treatment of parasitic infections. Proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment under the guidance of a healthcare provider are essential for managing parasitic conditions effectively. Additionally, the dosage and form of kutaj may vary based on individual health conditions, so professional advice is recommended.

   Panda SK, Padhi L, Leyssen P, Liu M, Neyts J and Luyten W (2017) Antimicrobial, Anthelmintic, and Antiviral Activity of Plants Traditionally Used for Treating Infectious Disease in the Similipal Biosphere Reserve, Odisha, India. Front. Pharmacol. 8:658. doi: 10.3389/fphar.2017.00658

Wormwood    Wormwood, scientifically known as Artemisia absinthium, is an herb that has been traditionally used for various medicinal purposes, including its potential anti-parasitic properties. The active components in wormwood, such as sesquiterpene lactones and thujone, are believed to have anti-parasitic effects. Here are some potential uses of wormwood for parasites:

  Antimalarial Properties: Artemisinin, a compound derived from Artemisia annua (a close relative of Artemisia absinthium), is well-known for its antimalarial properties. While Artemisia absinthium itself is not typically used for malaria, this property suggests a potential role in addressing parasitic infections.

   Anti-Parasitic Effects: Wormwood has been traditionally used as an anthelmintic, which means it may have the ability to expel or destroy parasitic worms. This could be relevant for intestinal parasites, such as roundworms and pinworms.

   Giardiasis: Some studies suggest that the extracts of Artemisia species, including wormwood, may have activity against Giardia lamblia, a protozoan parasite responsible for giardiasis.

   Cryptosporidiosis: Cryptosporidium is another protozoan parasite that can cause gastrointestinal infections. There is some evidence suggesting that certain compounds in Artemisia absinthium may have activity against Cryptosporidium parasites.

https://www.plantarchives.org/SPECIAL%20ISSUE%2021-1/429%20(2636-2640).pdf

Black Walnut   Black walnut (Juglans nigra) is another herb that has been traditionally used for its potential anti-parasitic properties, particularly against intestinal parasites. The active components in black walnut include juglone, tannins, and other compounds that are believed to have anti-parasitic effects. Here are some potential uses of black walnut for parasites:

  Anthelmintic Properties: Black walnut is often used as an anthelmintic, which means it may have the ability to expel or eliminate parasitic worms from the gastrointestinal tract. This is commonly suggested for addressing conditions caused by intestinal worms like roundworms, pinworms, and tapeworms.

   Antifungal Effects: In addition to its potential anti-parasitic effects, black walnut is also believed to have antifungal properties. Some herbalists recommend it for addressing fungal infections, although the evidence is limited.

   Anti-Protozoal Properties: Black walnut is suggested to have activity against certain protozoa, including Giardia lamblia and other parasites that can cause gastrointestinal issues. However, scientific evidence supporting these claims is limited, and further research is needed.

Detoxification Support: Some proponents of herbal medicine suggest that black walnut can aid in detoxification, helping to rid the body of harmful organisms, including parasites. However, the scientific evidence supporting this claim is not robust.

              Ho KV, Lei Z, Sumner LW, Coggeshall MV, Hsieh HY, Stewart GC, Lin CH. Identifying Antibacterial Compounds in Black Walnuts (Juglans nigra) Using a Metabolomics Approach. Metabolites. 2018 Sep 29;8(4):58. doi: 10.3390/metabo8040058. PMID: 30274312; PMCID: PMC6316014.

Mimosa   Mimosa pudica, commonly known as sensitive plant or touch-me-not, is a plant with a variety of traditional uses in different herbal medicine systems, including Ayurveda. In some traditional practices, it has been suggested that Mimosa pudica may have potential anti-parasitic properties. However, it's important to note that scientific evidence supporting these claims is limited, and the use of Mimosa pudica for parasites should be approached with caution. Here are some considerations related to the use of Mimosa pudica for parasites:

  Traditional Use: Mimosa pudica has been used in traditional medicine for various purposes, including as an anthelmintic (anti-parasitic). In some cultures, it is believed to have the ability to expel or eliminate intestinal worms.

   Limited Scientific Evidence: While there are some studies suggesting potential anthelmintic activity of Mimosa pudica extracts in laboratory settings, there must be more done to validify the findings. The concentration of active compounds in the plant may vary, and the effectiveness and safety for treating specific parasitic infections in humans are not well-established. Caution and Professional Guidance: Before using Mimosa pudica or any herbal remedy for parasitic infections, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional. They can provide guidance on appropriate dosages, potential interactions with other medications, and overall suitability based on your health condition.

   Quality of the Product: If using Mimosa pudica supplements or extracts, ensure that you are using a high-quality product from a reputable source. Standardized extracts may provide a more consistent concentration of active compounds. Consideration of Alternative Treatments: Parasitic infections can have serious health implications, and it's important to consider conventional medical treatments that are supported by scientific evidence. If you suspect a parasitic infection, seek professional medical advice for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

     Tabbalat RR, Cal NV, Mayigegowda KK, Desilets DJ. Two Cases of Gastrointestinal Delusional Parasitosis Presenting as Folie á Deux. ACG Case Rep J. 2019 Aug 23;6(8):e00183. doi: 10.14309/crj.0000000000000183. PMID: 31737714; PMCID: PMC6791610.

Vidanga   Vidanga, scientifically known as Embelia ribes, is an herb that has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for various purposes, including its potential anti-parasitic properties. In Ayurveda, vidanga is considered to have anthelmintic (anti-parasitic) and digestive stimulant properties. Here are some aspects to consider regarding the use of vidanga for parasites:

  Anthelmintic Properties: Vidanga has been traditionally used as an anthelmintic agent, believed to help expel or eliminate intestinal parasites. It is often recommended for conditions associated with worm infestations.

   Ayurvedic Use: In Ayurveda, vidanga is a component of various formulations used to address parasites and digestive issues. It is sometimes combined with other herbs to enhance its effectiveness.

    Scientific Research: There is some scientific research supporting the anthelmintic properties of vidanga. Studies have suggested that certain compounds in Embelia ribes may have activity against various parasites, including intestinal worms.

   Digestive Stimulant: Vidanga is also known for its digestive stimulant properties, which can contribute to overall digestive health. Healthy digestion is considered important in Ayurveda for preventing conditions related to ama (toxins) buildup in the body.

      Dr. Abhilasha, & Vijay Shankar Dubey. (2017). Study of Vidanga on Krimi Roga w.s.r. to Round Worms. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 2(04), 57-62. https://doi.org/10.21760/jaims.v2i04.240 Sharma V, Gautam DNS, Radu AF, Behl T, Bungau SG, Vesa CM.

 Reviewing the Traditional/Modern Uses, Phytochemistry, Essential Oils/Extracts and Pharmacology of Embelia ribes Burm. Antioxidants (Basel). 2022 Jul 13;11(7):1359. doi: 10.3390/antiox11071359. PMID: 35883850; PMCID: PMC9311956.

Grapefruit  While grapefruit itself is a nutritious fruit that provides a range of health benefits, grapefruit seed extract (GSE) is sometimes promoted for its potential antimicrobial properties, including anti-parasitic effects. Here are some points to consider:

     Nutrient Content: Grapefruit is a good source of vitamins, particularly vitamin C, and contains other antioxidants that support overall health. A well-nourished body is better equipped to maintain a robust immune system, which is important for fighting off infections, including parasitic ones.

   Antioxidant Properties: The antioxidants found in grapefruit, such as flavonoids and vitamin C, may contribute to the body's ability to combat oxidative stress and support overall health. While this is important for general well-being, it is not a direct treatment for parasitic infections. Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE): GSE is a different product derived from the seeds of the grapefruit. Some proponents claim that GSE has antimicrobial properties, including activity against parasites. However, the scientific evidence supporting these claims in the mainstream is limited It's important to note that the antimicrobial effects reported in some studies may be due to contaminants in commercial GSE products.

    Potential Interactions: Grapefruit and its extracts can interact with certain medications, affecting their metabolism in the body. This interaction may lead to increased or decreased levels of medications, potentially causing adverse effects. If you are taking medications, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional before incorporating grapefruit or its extracts into your diet.

   Overall Well-being: Eating a balanced and nutritious diet, which may include grapefruit, can contribute to overall well-being and support the body's ability to maintain good health. 

  Heggers JP, Cottingham J, Gusman J, Reagor L, McCoy L, Carino E, Cox R, Zhao JG. The effectiveness of processed grapefruit-seed extract as an antibacterial agent: II. Mechanism of action and in vitro toxicity. J Altern Complement Med. 2002 Jun;8(3):333-40. doi: 10.1089/10755530260128023. Erratum in: J Altern Complement Med 2002 Aug;8(4):521.

Reagor Lana [corrected to Reagor Lee]. PMID: 12165191.

Oregano   Oregano, particularly its essential oil, has been studied for its potential antimicrobial properties, including activity against parasites. The active compounds in oregano oil, such as carvacrol and thymol, are believed to have antimicrobial and antiparasitic effects.  Here are some points to consider regarding the potential use of oregano for parasites:

   Antimicrobial Properties: Oregano oil has demonstrated antimicrobial activity in laboratory studies, including against various parasites. This includes potential activity against protozoa and helminths, which are common types of parasites.

   Antifungal Properties: In addition to potential antiparasitic effects, oregano oil is known for its antifungal properties. Some parasitic infections can involve fungal elements, so the antifungal activity of oregano may contribute to its overall effectiveness.

   Dosage and Safety: Oregano oil is potent, and using it inappropriately or at high doses can lead to adverse effects. It's important to follow recommended dosages, and consulting with a healthcare professional before using oregano oil for parasitic infections is advisable.

   Quality of the Product: If considering oregano oil supplements, ensure that you choose a high-quality product from a reputable source. Standardized extracts may provide a more consistent concentration of active compounds.

     Force M, Sparks WS, Ronzio RA. Inhibition of enteric parasites by emulsified oil of oregano in vivo.Phytother Res. 2000 May;14(3):213-4. doi: 10.1002/(sici)1099-1573(200005)14:3<213::aid-ptr583>3.0.co;2-u. PMID: 10815019.

Clove  Clove, specifically the essential oil derived from the clove plant (Syzygium aromaticum), has been traditionally used for its potential antiparasitic properties. Clove oil contains active compounds such as eugenol, which have demonstrated antimicrobial effects. Here are some considerations regarding the potential use of clove for parasites:

   Antiparasitic Properties: Clove oil has shown antimicrobial activity in laboratory studies, including against parasites. It has been investigated for its potential efficacy against various types of parasites, including intestinal worms and protozoa.

   Antifungal and Antibacterial Effects: In addition to potential antiparasitic effects, clove oil is known for its antifungal and antibacterial properties. This broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity may contribute to its potential effectiveness in addressing parasitic infections. Research Evidence: While promising in vitro evidence exists, clinical studies are needed to establish the safety and efficacy of clove oil for treating parasitic infections in humans.

            Ježek J, Mirtič K, Rešetič N, Hodnik JJ, Vergles Rataj A. The effect of pumpkin seed cake and ground cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) supplementation on gastrointestinal nematode egg shedding in sheep. Parasite. 2021;28:78. doi: 10.1051/parasite/2021076. Epub 2021 Dec 6. PMID: 34870589; PMCID: PMC8647689.

   El-Kady AM, Ahmad AA, Hassan TM, El-Deek HEM, Fouad SS, Althagfan SS. Eugenol, a potential schistosomicidal agent with anti-inflammatory and antifibrotic effects against Schistosoma mansoni, induced liver pathology. Infect Drug Resist. 2019 Mar 28;12:709-719. doi: 10.2147/IDR.S196544. Erratum in: Infect Drug Resist. 2019 Jul 10;12:2003-2004. PMID: 30992676; PMCID: PMC6445185.

Tribulus Terrestris & Neem   While both Tribulus terrestris and neem have been traditionally used for various health purposes, there is limited scientific evidence supporting their efficacy specifically for treating parasitic infections. Here's a brief overview of each:

  Tribulus Terrestris:

      Traditional Use: Tribulus terrestris is often used in traditional medicine systems, including Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine, for various purposes such as improving libido, fertility, and overall vitality.

    Antimicrobial Properties: Some studies suggest that Tribulus terrestris may have antimicrobial properties, but the evidence is not robust, and the specific impact on parasites is unclear.

     Neem (Azadirachta indica):

       Traditional Use: Neem has a long history of use in traditional medicine, particularly in Ayurveda. It is known for its diverse range of potential health benefits, including antimicrobial properties.

    Antiparasitic Effects: Neem has been studied for its antiparasitic effects, and some research suggests that it may have activity against certain parasites, including protozoa and helminths.

      Jamil M, Aleem MT, Shaukat A, Khan A, Mohsin M, Rehman TU, Abbas RZ, Saleemi MK, Khatoon A, Babar W, Yan R, Li K. Medicinal Plants as an Alternative to Control Poultry Parasitic Diseases. Life (Basel). 2022 Mar 18;12(3):449. doi: 10.3390/life12030449. PMID: 35330200; PMCID: PMC8953102.

    Jato J, Orman E, Duah Boakye Y, Oppong Bekoe E, Oppong Bekoe S, Asare-Nkansah S, Spiegler V, Hensel A, Liebau E, Agyare C. Anthelmintic Agents from African Medicinal Plants: Review and Prospects. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2022 Dec 31;2022:8023866. doi: 10.1155/2022/8023866. PMID: 36624864; PMCID: PMC9825222.

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/agricultural-and-biological-sciences/tribulus-terrestris

DIRECTIONS

  • Shake the bottle well before each use
  • Put 20 drops or about one full squeeze of the dropper into your mouth and swish it around quickly then wait 15-30 seconds until it absorbs through the mucous membrane in mouth. Swallow what is left.
  • Initially take Parasite Free Formula for 1-3 months depending on the level of parasites you have. If you have no pets then take a 30 day supply at least once every 4-6 months or when traveling to foreign countries. If you have pets then take every 2-3 months. 

HAVE A QUESTION? WE HAVE THE ANSWERS!

WILL THIS REMOVE PARASITES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE BODY?

Since the tincture absorbs through the mucus membrane in your mouth and directly into the bloodstream, it will get carried to all parts of the body to ensure that all parts of the body gets it and can work to start removing parasites. So if blood flows there and theres parasites, this will get them!

HOW WILL I KNOW THAT PARASITES WERE REMOVED?

In most cases you won't see them (unless you start digging through your stool!) as many are very small or simply just the eggs or larva. In some cases you will physically see worm like things in the toilet. In extreme cases, and combined with extensive detoxing and green juices, the parasites can pop out of other places, parasites have popped out of people's eyes before. But if you take the product for a while, and start feeling better without any other specific changes, most likely you had parasites on some level.