Dr. Clark’s Pest Control Cure
Parasites are scavenger organisms that live inside us and can cause many serious illnesses, including cancer. Parasites are opportunistic invaders, taking advantage of their host (you) when the intestinal ecosystem is unhealthy or the immune system is compromised. Our immune system is the first line of defence against bacteria, viruses and parasites. In order to stay healthy, it is necessary to take cures to maintain your body without any additional burden. Dr. Clark understands this and gives us these recommendations for an anti-parasite cure.
Parasites thrive in the intestinal system, liver, pancreas, brain (and many other places in the body!) where they become “obese” when given their preferred diet of sugars, processed foods, toxins and excessive carbohydrate intake. The danger of these uninvited visitors is that they become extremely toxic, even deadly, as waste products are expelled into the host body, eggs hatch and larvae develop in tissues throughout the body.
The different parasites to eliminate with a cure
Worms, there are several hundred types of flat worms (such as tapeworms) and round worms (such as hookworms and roundworms). These infect most people, at least to some extent, because their eggs are so often found in swimming pools, spas, bathtubs, gym floors and anything you touch, such as the armrests of airplanes, buses and trains, toilet levers in public or private washrooms, and elsewhere. Even some municipal water supplies contain them because they are hard to kill. Worms and flippers don’t tend to kill people. They simply accumulate in the liver, colon or elsewhere and cause certain symptoms.
Protozoa such as amoebas and giardia lamblia. They are microscopic in size, and most associated with Mexico, South America, and unclean food and water in tropical countries. They can kill weak or sick people if they pass through a weak spot in the intestinal wall and migrate to the brain, lungs, heart or other vital organs. Eating spices can help to alleviate them.
Spirochetes or spiral-shaped organisms such as those that cause Lyme disease and malaria, and others. These are also very common, especially Lyme spirochetes, spread by flies, ticks and many other insects.
Yeasts and fungi. Some people also include yeasts and fungi such as Candida albicans in the group of infectious agents called parasites. Candida is extremely common because it is a hardy organism.
As you can see, there are many types of parasitic organisms, several hundred, in fact. Unlike bacteria and viruses, most parasites are large enough to be easily seen under a microscope, and some can be seen with the naked eye.
Parasites have 3 main effects in the human host :
- Increase your appetite
- Feeding with your blood
- Overloading you with their waste, which weakens the entire immune system…
It would be absolutely impossible to get rid of all parasites by using clinical drugs that can only kill one or two parasites each. Such medicines also tend to make you very sick. Imagine taking 10 of these medicines to kill a dozen of your parasites! This may be good news for the drug companies, but not for you.
Who should use a pest control treatment ?
Almost everyone! The human species is now heavily infested with parasites, particularly the intestinal fluke (linked to cancer of all types); the sheep liver fluke Fasciola hepatica (“environmental” diseases); the bovine pancreatic fluke Eurytrema pancreatica (linked to type 2 diabetes); the human liver fluke Clonorchis sinensis (linked to GI diseases, cancer, inflammation); roundworm (common roundworm) and roundworms (linked to asthma). Most people believe that parasites are only a serious problem in Third World countries, nothing could be further from the truth. Scientists have identified more than 300 types of parasites that thrive today, including, but not limited to: pinworms, tapeworms, hookworms, hookworms, roundworms, roundworms, heartworms and Giardia Lamblia. You wish to make an anti-parasite cure ? click here
How are pests subcontracted or transmitted ?
People : contacts of all kinds.
Raw vegetables : an ideal breeding ground for the egg-laying of microscopic parasites.
Rare meat : especially undercooked pork and fish, which are known to carry tapeworms.
Sexually transmitted parasites are more easily transmitted through sexual practices than venereal diseases.
Toxic accumulation of colonic plaque in the walls of the colon, providing a perfect breeding ground with its ideal intestinal climate: warm, dark, toxic and humid.
Dirt : Keep your nails clean.