Anti-parasite drugs

Autor:Jan Wellermann Jan Wellermann (Medical journalist)
Last updated:01.09.2021

Dear reader,

If you have already read our main page, then you know that the Parasite elimination can be one of the most important health decisions in a person’s life.

Of course, everyone affected would like to get rid of the parasites as easily and quickly as possible. So the idea is to take drugs against parasites. Surely these should lead to a quick cleansing of the body ?!

First of all: This is not the case. There are a few reasons that speak against the use of anti-parasite medication.

In this article, we not only explain why anthelmintics (wormers) are ineffective according to our research, but also explain natural alternatives.

Medicines only work against certain types of parasites

Wormers only work specifically on a few parasite species. For example, albendazole works against pork tapeworm or pyrvinium against pinworms.

Humans can colonize up to 250 different species of parasites. Against many parasites, such as the Toxoplasma Gondii or the rope worm (two common parasites in humans) exist nor no drugs.

Rope worm: According to Prof. Alexander Volinski, the majority of people are infected. But drugs are ineffective.

Parasites protect themselves from drugs in the biofilm

Parasites protect themselves as well as their eggs and larvae in the so-called Biofilm from drug influences.

When the treatment with the wormer is finished, the infestation breaks out again because the parasites in the biofilm could not be killed.

It is therefore essential that the biofilm is removed before treatment. wormer products are not able to do this.

Biofilm: In this thick mucus, parasites can protect themselves from drugs

Medicines reduce the body's defense against parasites

A side effect of wormer drugs is leukopenia. Of all things, the defense cells that are important for the defense against parasites, namely neutrophils, can be reduced.

If this side effect occurs, the body becomes even more susceptible to a infestation with parasites. after taking the medication

Tablets can do the opposite of what is expected of them

The duration of the treatment is clearly too short

Because of the serious side effects, anthelmintics are given only for 3 days.

Parasite eggs, which are protected in the biofilm, only hatch after 3 – 12 weeks(!). At this point the active ingredient is already no longer in the system and a renewed infestation is certain.

As in this diagram, parasite eggs are protected from hatching in the biofilm.

Serious side effects

Not only are drugs against parasites ineffective in the medium term, they can even cause serious side effects.

Acute side effects (according to the package insert):

  • stomach pain
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Convulsions and seizures
  • Severe skin reactions (e.g. rash or blistering of the skin)
  • Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (a life-threatening condition in which the skin peeled off)
  • Toxic epidermal necrolysis (a fatal disease that causes the lining of the body to become inflamed)
Medication can cause serious side effects such as Stevens-Johnson Syndrome

Can occur as a long-term side effect:

  • Blood, kidney and liver diseases (e.g. hepatitis)
  • Triggering allergies
  • Reversible hair loss
  • Neutropenia

Medicines against parasites: our experience

As part of the work of our non-profit Swiss association, we have already advised over ten thousand people (as of April 2020). Quite a few have had experiences with taking “anti-worm drugs“. So far we have not met any (!) user who has gotten a grip on parasitic complaints by taking medication.

Now watch the video of Marlis (34). She tells of her impressive experiences with drugs against pinworms:

However, the side effects were often severe. All users of the tablets tell us that they have had sleep problems (insomnia from up to a week) from taking them.

The users also reported to us that they suffered from severe nausea and unpleasant hot flashes.

Many users report insomnia from taking anti-parasite medication

The alternative: remove parasites safely and without side effects

The best (and only real) method to get rid of parasites, in our experience, is to do one Parasitenkur.

You can find out how such a cure works and what you must pay attention to in our large and up-to-date parasite cure guide.

If you want to get rid of parasites naturally, healthily and reliably, read through now how to do it:

FAQ: Short question, short answer

The following drugs are prescribed for pinworm infestation (oxyuriasis):

  • Mebendazole (e.g. vermox)
  • Pyrantel (e.g. Molevac)

Mebendazole (e.g. Vermox) is available without a prescription.

The main symptoms of parasite infestation are:

  • Exhaustion, lack of energy, chronic fatigue (despite getting enough sleep)
  • Cravings, e.g. for sugary food (especially in the evening)
  • Flat stomach and flatulence (especially in the evening)
  • Sleep disorders (e.g. sleeping problems or waking up at night)
  • Skin problems or skin conditions
  • Regular headache
  • Depressive moods
  • Mood swings
  • Idiopathic itching
  • Muscle, joint or back pain

We have more symptoms here summarized for you.

We recommend performing a holistic Parasitenkur.

Parasites in the human body are called endoparasites. There are, among others:

  • Rope worm
  • Tapeworm
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
  • Liver fluke
  • Pinworm
  • Hookworm
  • Trichinae
  • roundworm

There is:

  • Ectoparasites (parasites that live on the skin)
    e.g. ticks, fleas, lice
  • Endoparasites (parasites in the body)
    e.g. tapeworm, pinworm, liver fluke

Parasites in the body (endoparasites) are:

  • Parasitic; Living beings that derive unilateral benefit from living together with another living being (host), feed on the host, attack it for reproductive purposes, damage the host and cause diseases by impairing organ functions, destroying cells and depriving it of nutrients.

Parasites that live in the intestine (large or small intestine) and feed on human food there. In doing so, they damage the intestinal function.

You can learn more about intestinal parasites here recall.

Parasites that cause diarrhea are:

  • Rope worm
  • Cryptosporidia
  • Microsporidia
  • Intestinal amoeba
  • Blastocysts
  • Giardia

You can tell that you have parasites in your intestines based on the following symptoms:

1. Indigestion
2. Flat stomach
3. Fatigue / exhaustion
4. Diarrhea and / or constipation (alternating if necessary)

There are three ways to find out if you have parasites:

1. The examination by a specialized doctor
2. Using the typical Symptomes
3. With the help of our Online-Parasitentests

There are three ways to find out if you have worms:

1. Get examined by a doctor who specializes in parasites
2. In which one under the typical symptoms suffers
3. With our Online-Parasitentests

We have found that a safe clearance from pinworms after about six weeks parasite treatment is guaranteed. At this point the eggs have hatched and all pinworms should be killed.

In thebiofilm, oxyur eggs (pinworm eggs) survive almost forever because drugs are in the biofilm cannot penetrate. The biofilm should therefore be drained prior to treatment. In this case, the eggs can be cleaned within 4 – 6 weeks with a parasite treatment kill.

Naturally. Humans can also have worms, e.g. roundworm, tapeworm or pinworm.

Borrelia and the Epstein-Barr virus, among other things, can be transmitted by parasites. In addition, parasites can cause a variety of diseases, including cancer, Crohn’s disease, and autoimmune diseases.

Parasites are quite dangerous for humans because they:

  • Withdraw nutrients and oxygen from the body
  • Release toxins into the organism
  • intervene in important body functions of the body

For More Information here.

You can become infected with parasites in the following ways:

 

Parasites in the intestines cause:

  • Leaky Gut (leaky gut)
  • Intestinal tract poisoning
  • Gut symbiosis
  • Nutrient deficiency

Some people feel worms in their stomach / intestines. They describe it like child movements.

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