Get Rid of Tapeworms Naturally

Flat, segmented and ribbon like, tapeworms are a helminth parasite that lives primarily in your large intestine. You catch tapeworms through contact with contaminated feces and eating raw, contaminated meats; pork, beef and fish in particular. In many cases you don’t even know you have an infestation unless you happen to catch a segment of the worms in your stools. Symptoms rarely manifest unless the infestation is severe. See your doctor if you suspect you have tapeworms. Natural treatments should be done in conjunction with traditional medical care.


How do I know if I have tapeworms?

  • Nausea
  • Weakness
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Hunger
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Weight loss
  • Vitamin and mineral deficiencies


How do I prevent tapeworms?

  • Avoid raw fish and meats
  • Make sure all meats are cooked thoroughly.
  • Freeze meats for 24 hours before cooking.
  • Cook fruits and vegetables in undeveloped countries with boiled water.
  • Wash your hands with soap and hot water before handling food.


How can I treat tapeworms?

  • Enjoy pumpkin seeds, garlic and walnuts. All of these have natural chemicals inside them that help to stun and kill tapeworms.
  • Avoid caffeine, sugars and alcohols while trying to get rid of tapeworms as they thrive on sugars. Instead eat a high-fiber diet to help flush out and cleanse the colon.
  • Wormwood supplements are an excellent option as the sesquiterpene lactones they contain help weaken the parasite’s membranes making them easier to kill.
  • Keep your systems healthy with licorice root, marshmallow and agrimony.
  • Pineapple, cranberries and papaya are highly toxic to tapeworms.
  • Butternut oil helps to purge tapeworms.
  • Eat garlic! Garlic helps to fight off any foreign invaders in your body.
  • Foods that are rich in beta carotene such as carrots and sweet potatoes may help to make the intestines more resistant to invaders.
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