What You Should Know About Parasites

Parasite infections are the most underdiagnosed conditions in America. Parasites are organisms that live off of their host. They can be divided into three categories, protozoa, helminths and ectoparasites. Protozoa are single cell microscopic parasites which multiply and divide in their host’s body. Helminths are worm parasites. Pinworms, roundworms, tapeworms and flukes are examples. Ectoparasites live on their host, instead of inside. Lice, bedbugs and flea fall under this category.
Many parasites can be rather benign and mild. However often they can be serious, even life-threatening. They rob nutrients from their host and cause gut issues.
Our bodies circadian rhythm responds to the moon cycle. During full moon, we produce more serotonin and less melatonin. Parasites are more active under such conditions; therefore, full moon is associated with more parasitic activity.
Possible symptoms of parasite infection are; allergies, nutritional deficiencies, weakness, rashes, insomnia, aches, weight loss, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, teeth grinding, depression, low blood sugar and food cravings.
We can become infected by parasites by ingesting contaminated food or water. From walking barefoot or owning pets that may be contaminated.
Mimosa pudica seed is “a gut scrubber”, which can attach itself to pathogens in the gut and remove it through the bowels. It also has antimicrobial properties. Taking it during full moon would be advisable, for that is when their activity will be highest.

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