30-day Humaworm Detox Journal: Part I.

You may have read my post last year about diatomaceous earth as a gentle and natural means of deworming both pets and their people. I decided to kick the detox level up a notch for myself heading into spring, ordering a product called Humaworm. I know, clever, right?

To recap, even Dr. Oz admits that 90% of humans will have a problem with parasites in their lifetime. It’s another gross thing we don’t talk about, but could your mysterious symptoms be related to a parasite?:

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The Symptoms of Parasite Infections

STOMACH & INTESTINAL COMPLICATIONS – The sheer number of parasites in the lower digestive system and the toxic waste produced by them can cause these problems:

Diarrhea
Chronic Constipation
Gas & Bloating
Digestive Problems
Excessive Early Bowel Movements (very explosive bowel movements very soon after eating)
Abdominal Pain
Mucus in the Stools
Leaky Gut
Nausea
Hemorrhoids
Burning in the Stomach
Bloody Stools

FATIGUE - The toxic metabolic waste overloads and overworks the organs of elimination and taxes the central nervous system causing:

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Low Energy
Lethargy
Excessive Weakness

SKIN DISORDERS & ALLERGIES – Parasites that penetrate the skin cause itching. When tissue becomes inflamed from these parasites, the body’s white blood cells increase to defend the body. This reaction causes skin rashes and food allergies to appear. Parasites also create toxins and the skin, being the largest organ, tries to remove these toxins which causes many skin problems. Symptoms include:

Dry Skin
Dry Hair
Brittle Hair
Hair Loss
Allergies
Itchy Nose
Itchy Anus
Itchy Skin
Hives
Allergic Reactions to Food
Crawling Sensation Under the Skin
Rashes
Weeping Eczema
Cutaneous Ulcers
Papular Lesions
Swelling
Sores

MOOD & ANXIETY PROBLEMS – Once again, it’s the toxic metabolic waste produced by the parasites that attack the central nervous system causing:

Mood Swings
Nervousness
Depression
Forgetfulness
Unclear Thinking
Restlessness
Anxiety
Slow Reflexes

SLEEP DISTURBANCES – The physical presence of the parasites themselves are a nuisance to the human body. The body reacts to them during periods of rest, this in turn produces:
Insomnia
Teeth Grinding During Sleep
Bed Wetting
Drooling While Asleep
Disturbed Sleep – Multiple Awakenings

WEIGHT & APPETITE PROBLEMS – Parasites live undetected by their hosts. They rob the body of all essential nutrients (they get the choicest nutrition from the food you eat) and you are left with the fats, sugars, etc. Many overweight persons are infested with parasites, they stay hungry which leads to overeating because of the parasites. Depending on the type of parasite infestation, many people are malnourished, they can’t gain weight, again, because of the parasites. This is why parasites cause:

Weight Gain
Long-Standing Obesity
Loss of Appetite OR
Uncontrollable Hunger Eating More Than Normal BUT Still Feeling Hungry
Inability to Gain or Lose Weight

MUSCLE & JOINT COMPLAINTS – Parasites can travel to almost all soft tissue including in the joints and muscles where they cause cysts and inflammation that is commonly mistaken as arthritis and muscle pain. The toxins from parasites can also pool in the joints and in muscle tissue causing:

Muscle Pain
Joint Pain
Muscle Cramping
Numbness of the Hands and/or Feet
Heart Pain
Pain in The Navel
Pain in the Back, Thighs or Shoulders
Arthritic Pains
Fast Heartbeat

BLOOD DISORDERS – The parasites get the good vitamins, including iron, leading to:
Hypoglycemia
Anemia

SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE PROBLEMS – With a weakened immune system caused by parasites and their waste you also can experience:

Male Impotence
Erectile Dysfunction
PMS
Candida – Yeast Infections
Urinary Tract Infections
Cysts & Fibroids
Menstrual Problems
Prostate Problems
Water Retention

OTHER SYMPTOMS – More health problems caused by parasites:

Excessive Saliva
Unclear Vision
Bad Breath
Poor Immune Response
Fever
Respiratory Problems
Peritonitis
Chronic Viral or Bacterial Symptoms
Body Odor

Many of these symptoms might be attributed to other pathologies. When was the last time your doctor ordered a stool sample to investigate whether parasites might be lurking behind your symptoms? I rest my case. It’s just something we don’t address on a regular basis, and I think that is a mistake. Lucky me, I was able to get my doctor to screen me last month, and I showed at least one variety of parasite. Disgusting, but again, a part of being alive. So what do we do? Europe recommends biannual deworming for both pets and humans, and this was a regular practice in North America for earlier generations. For more information on both this and natural remedies, check out last year’s blog post.
After researching, and coming across some horrifying posts on CureZone, I ordered Humaworm. It’s a 30-day, full-body detox program that is ingested as two capsules in the morning, followed by two more at night, a half hour before meals. I liked the combination of herbs included, and the fact that they mix and hand-pack your kit the same day they mail it. Fresh. I was super excited to begin the program, which I began this morning. I decided to wait until the weekend, when I could begin the experience in a controlled environment. Although this formula is touted as gentle, I wasn’t sure what to expect (uh, there’s senna in it).
I will be maintaining a detailed experience journal in Part II of this post. I’m so excited to see what positive changes I feel, if any, particularly when I complete the 30 days!

2 thoughts on “30-day Humaworm Detox Journal: Part I.

  1. Pingback: 30-day Humaworm Detox Journal: Part II, The Experience. | the past & pending.

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