Man is the master of his body, but there are times when unexpected guests appear in his body. These are called parasites and can live in the human body both temporarily and permanently. Their presence causes life-threatening pathological diseases. The parasite can be a representative of absolutely any class: arthropods, protozoa, pathogenic bacteria, unicellular and multicellular parasites. The most common are helminths. These parasites release toxins that have a destructive effect on the tissues of organ systems, disrupting their work.
Where do parasites enter the human body?
Parasites in the human body are simply invisible.
There are several main ways that harmful worms or protozoa can pass through the patient:
- contaminated soil or water
- Close contact with an infected person
- unwashed food
- Violation of personal hygiene rules or ignorance
- Products that have not undergone appropriate heat treatment
- contact with infected animals
- insect vector bite
Some organisms enter the underdeveloped body and die immediately, but adults are able to reproduce in an exciting way and lay several hundred eggs a day. The human body cannot fight "neighbors" because its defense mechanisms do not recognize them. More than 1 billion people are currently infected with the parasite! You can't doubt that you are their victim.
How do you know you're a parasite?
The most obvious sign is bad breath. If you have one, the probability of being a parasite is 99%. The presence of parasites in the early stages is accompanied by rapid fatigue, unconsciousness, mood swings.
This leads to more serious diseases later:
- In men: prostatitis, impotence, adenoma, cystitis, sand, kidney and bladder stones.
- In women: pain and inflammation of the ovaries. Fibroma, fibroids, fibrocystic mastopathy, inflammation of the adrenal glands, bladder and kidneys develop.
Pests also contribute to heart disease and cancer.
If you are sure that there are unwanted neighbors, do not rush to the pharmacy and buy the most expensive drugs. Most drugs are not only ineffective, but also cause great damage to the body, destroying the entire microflora.
What to do?
Black seed oil is the most effective remedy for parasites, according to numerous studies. Thanks to its 100% natural composition, it completely cleanses the body of all types of helminths, helps to repair damaged organs and enhances human immunity. If the oil is prepared with the right cold-pressing technology, the cleaning and strengthening work is more effective than expensive antibiotics. To get rid of parasites will help to use the oil in the standard way: twice a day, a teaspoon 15 minutes before meals. A monthly course will completely free you from the parasites and toxins they release from the body.