There are special measures and enemas required. More about this here.
The rope differs from other parasites. It cannot be clearly assigned to any existing category and has the following properties: – The DNA differs by 90% from the DNA of other pathogens – He has no cuticle (outer skin), no muscles, no nervous system – There is no larval stage
There is no intermediate host. The rope worm can only affect humans.
The parasite bypasses and weakens the immune system of humans. The body’s defense tries to fight the worm and consumes large amounts of minerals and vitamins.
The rope worm is nocturnal (especially between 1 and 5 a.m.).
It lives in the large intestine and feeds on the chyme there. To do this, it untwists in order to enlarge its surface. This allows him to let large amounts of food run through him.
As a “food competitor”, the rope worm removes nutrients from the chyme, including iron, vitamin B12 and magnesium.
With its suction cups the parasite can suck blood out of the intestinal wall.
The rope worm releases poisons (in the form of toxic mucus) into the large intestine, which are absorbed into the organism. These toxic excretions can influence the psyche of the host and its reactions (feeling of external control).
The color of the worm is colorless. However, it can take on the color of the intestinal contents.
The parasite occurs in five stages: – Stage 5: The worm is thin, firm, elongated and twisted / twisted. It can be up to a meter long.
– Stage 4: The consistency is softer than in stage 5. You can pull the worm apart with your bare hands.
– Stage 3, 2 and 1: It is a matter of mucus, which gradually forms.
The most recent study is from August 2019 and comes from Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson.
They examined hundreds of patients with rope worms and came to the same conclusion as Volinksi and Gubarev:
The rope exists and it is harmful to the health of those affected.
Rope worm: actually only intestinal mucosa?
There is a widespread theory that ignores current study results and states that the rope worm is just intestinal mucosa or alternatively intestinal waste.
This idea is easy to refute:
1.) The intestinal wall is tough and firm. Injuries to the intestine to the extent of the excretions should lead to severe bleeding. Those who carry out a parasite cure excrete no blood, have no pain and (if the measures are implemented correctly) only feel positive changes in health.
2.) The structure of the rope worm is always shaped in the same way: twisted and smooth on the outside. Defective intestinal mucosa does not twist and no elongated shape is formed. On the contrary, intestinal mucosa would be excreted in larger and smaller “shredded pieces”. The color would not vary as with the rope worm and the shape would never be the same.
3.) Cable worms are excreted by many people who Carry out a holistic parasite cure. Regardless of which means and measures are used. Many users of parasite cures excrete rope worms, without having previously taken aggressive agents with a low pH value.
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The symptoms of a rope worm infestation
Since the parasite can harm the body in a variety of ways, so are those Symptome far-reaching.
The parasite triggers the symptoms in the following ways:
Release of toxins in the intestines
Withdrawal of nutrients from the pulp and blood
Suppression of the immune system
Creation of a lack of vitamins, minerals and trace elements
The following symptoms are possible with a roundworm infestation:
We list all possible symptoms. In our experience, if three of the symptoms apply at the same time, an infestation with the rope worm is likely.
Psychological complaints – Depression – Dejection – Listlessness – The feeling of being “externally controlled”
Bloated stomach (with or without flatulence) – Especially in the evening and after dinner
Lack of energy / tiredness / exhaustion – Even if there is actually enough sleep
Cravings / overeating – Especially in the evening
Insomnia – Especially between 1 and 5 a.m.
Weight problems – Above all overweight, but also underweight is possible
Digestive problems – e.g. diarrhea and / or constipation (alternating if necessary) – Hard stomach – Feeling of fullness
Skin problems – E.g. skin diseases, pimples, acne (it may get better in between and then worse again)
Pain – e.g. back pain, muscle pain, muscle cramps
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