PARASITES – INSIDE YOUR BODY, HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU HAVE THEM?

The medical definition of a parasite is: A plant or an animal organism that lives in or on another, and takes its nourishment from other organisms. Most of us don’t realize that parasites are basically all over the place. It’s found in the air, soil, food that we eat, and then off course its inside us, hiding on your skin, hair and even in your gut. Many parasites are good for you. Since they eat up flakes of dead skin, absorbs oils as well as keeping your intestines clean.

Unfortunately, the “deadly parasites” also live within our bodies. Where they penetrate our body seeking for shelter and food, they can damage us either directly or indirectly. Did you know that parasite is the “origin of disorders” as they carry bacteria, viruses, protozoa and fungi? The problem when you use the rife to kill parasites is that the moment you kill the parasite, the hidden bacteria, viruses and fungi emerge from inside of it. So, you might find when you do a parasite cleanse on the rife that you feel sicker afterwards. Since these other organisms now don’t have a transporter anymore, they need to fight to survive. So, after the parasite is killed, the bacteria’s need to be addressed, there after the viruses, since you are killing the transporter every time.

Parasites eat from their hosts (human beings or even animals). They protect themselves by eating the blood and bile or components of our connective tissues (mucopolysaccharides), disguising themselves in this manner from our immune system, as the immune system then sees it, as part of your body and won’t attack them. It also devours our tissues and create tunnels and erosions in the body. Through this process it alters the functions of our cells, as it steals our nutrients, poison us, with their own excretions which is toxic, making our bodies ideal and fertile for pathogens.

Pathogens are seen to be the following: Bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, protozoa, prions (incorrect folded proteins). Parasites like to leach/stick to our organs and tissues, where it lay thousands of eggs, causing chronic bleeding, which will eventually cause anaemia and even pain. A female Ascaris (Nematode) can lay 200 000 eggs daily, while the protozoa Plasmodium Falciparum (the malaria sporozoite) can lay 30 000 to 40 000 merozoites when the cell breaks – this comes from the saliva of the mosquito. The list goes on and on.

Some parasites don’t have a digestive system (Cestodes), they eat through their skin, as they are anchoring to our organs. While others (Trematodes), have a digestive tract and feed themselves with the 2 suckers that is anchored to our intestine. (Nematodes) -Have a developed digestive system, a nervous system and even their sexes are differentiated, of which Ascaris is one of them. (Arthropods) – Have vertebras, skeletons, legs, sexes and different sizes. (Ticks, fleas, flies and mosquitoes), they are transmitters of parasites, bacteria and viruses and can cause illnesses such as lymes disease, encephalitis, malaria, yellow fever and many more. Parasites like to settle in organs that has less immunological activity. Such as the brain, male and female reproductive system and other organs. As more toxins are excreted into to the body, the more they can colonize any organ. Through this process they are inhibiting the proper function of our immune system.

Pathways of how these pathogens enter the body: Through our mouth, eyes, ears, the anus and vagina, eroded mucosa (intestine or mouth), skin and even mosquitoes which opens the door for them.

Pathways of exit out of the body: Anus (faecal), respiratory (sneeze or cough), saliva, genital fluid, blood and derivates (plasma).

The higher the levels of toxins in the body, the easier it is for pathogens to live in the host as there is plenty of food for them to digest, which causes a lower immune system. There is also symbiosis with the pathogens in the body, they support each other and give each other shelter and they even “gang” together to make it even more difficult to erode them.

Symptoms of a Parasitic infestation in the body:

Symptoms can vary, and it’s very difficult to identify, but here is a couple of symptoms that must not be ignored:

    • Any changes in the appearance or frequency of your bowel movements, especially if you have had diarrhoea or loose stool for 2 weeks.
    • Itching around the anus for 2 weeks, especially is there is no rash.
    • Passing a worm in stool (most people don’t like to look at their stool, but it’s important to look at your faeces daily.
    • Nausea or vomiting, gas or bloating, stomach pain or tenderness.
    • Unexplained and sudden weight loss over 2 months.
    • Chronic exhaustion, not resolved by a week of restful sleep.
    • The following are also common: constipation, IBS, joint and muscle aches, allergies, sugar cravings, skin conditions, from eczema, acne, rashes, hives, chronic fatigue, yeast and candida infection.
    • Waking up in the middle of the night regularly. Some parasites can stimulate the host to produce antibodies, which they bind and use as a protein source. This type of activity may bring about chemical changes, that cause the host to wake up and have excess energy at strange times.

How do we pick them up?

    • By eating undercooked meat, working with raw meat that is infested with eggs,
    • Unwashed products (remember some are so small you can’t see them),
    • Contact with pets, Insect bites, Infected water, Restrooms, Doorknobs, Escalators, Aeroplanes, On keyboards, under fingernails, shaking hands, the air, walking barefoot. As you can see, its everywhere. Therefore, washing your hands is more important than you ever realised.

Prevention:

Always wash your hands with soap and water before handling food. Wash all fruit and vegetables thoroughly before you eat them, and ensure all your meat is cooked thoroughly. Lots of people pick up parasites from underdone meat. Wash your hands after you have been to the bathroom. Wash your hands after handling pets as well as after changing diapers. Keep your fingernails short and clean. Do a regular parasite cleanse, especially if you travel frequently. Do a parasite cleanse at least 3 times per year, even if you don’t have any of the symptoms.

When you want to kill any parasites with the Rife I suggest doing the following:

    • First use the rife to detox the body from metals, chemicals, pollutants, pesticides.
    • Use the Detox group (on our group list) which includes: Toxins above, as well as detox liver, kidney support and liver tonic. (To get the liver and kidney clean before you start killing any pathogens in the body).
    • Now you can do the Parasite Group (on our group list) to help killing the parasites. Ensure you have a variety of parasites in you group list – it just make it easier for you to use the mat, then you can do that at night while you are sleeping.
    • Do once a week the detox group and 3 times the parasite group. We need to ensure that we kill the adult worms, as well as the various larvae stages of the parasites.
    • Carry on with this regime for at least 5 weeks. (See products below) to help with the de-parasite cleanse.
    • Once that is done, use Infections Main group(Userlist) – to help killing any possible bacteria and viruses, that was on the parasites that you just killed.
    • It’s important to do a de-worming regime simultaneously, of herbs or herbal tinctures.
    • To ensure a healthy digestive tract use AIM Para 90, for de-worming, as well as AIM Herbal Fiberblend (Fibre and herbalblend to ensure regular bowel movement and de-parasite), AIM Florafood (pro and pre-biotica) as well as Prepzymes (a combination of digestive enzymes that helps to break down our food, and get more nutrients per meal, and eliminate autotoxicity because of undigested food remaining in the body.)
    • Stay on this regime for at least 5 weeks.

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