What follows are clinical explanations and a picture or two of some pretty ugly vermin that
want to share a residence with our organs. Some are diseases, some parasites but to me, they are something
I don't want hitch-hiking in my personal space. I don't care if they are 'mostly' harmless, the idea of something
wriggling around inside of me, is not acceptable. Since I'm not likely to swallow DDT or anything else of a chemical nature, let me assure you that I am perfectly happy with an enema maintenance program and yep, I have found critters doing a back-stroke after an enema series. Be sure you consult your health care provider before you make changes to your physical regimen.
viruses, microbes, yeast and toxins
Picked up from food, soil, animals, unsanitary conditions, water or other people, parasites entrench themselves within the various organs of the body, especially within the intestinal tract. In order to get rid of these harmful organisms, it is essential to cleanse the system of mucus and waste that may be surrounding the parasites. An enema can be a wonderful ally to removing parasites and microbes from the intestinal tract and a coffee enema is probably the most powerful variety of enema to remove parasites and restore intestinal health. It stimulates bile flow, mechanically cleans the colon, upsets many parasite nesting places and the coffee is probably somewhat toxic for them as well. Many people have noticed parasites in their stool after a coffee enema. The coffee may be directly toxic for the parasites, or the enema may just help loosen them and remove them from the body. The coffee enema also reduces liver toxicity and promotes extra bile secretion that probably weakens or even kills many parasites.
Colonic irrigation is another excellent method used to remove some intestinal parasites. A series of colonic irrigations may be needed to loosen and remove them. Combining this with a nutritional balancing program is best.
Substances that invade your body live everywhere. In the air, on food and plants, on and in animals, in the soil and water, and on just about every other surface. They range in size from microscopic single-cell organisms to parasitic worms that can grow to several feet in length. Hardly any of these organisms produce disease because they're kept under control by your immune system. But if this system is weakened or you encounter an organism that you haven't built resistance to, illness may result. A host of worms and other unwelcome parasites---along with viruses, microbes, yeast and toxins can and do invade our bodies from time to time. Symptoms of these invaders include diarrhea, constipation, gas, irritable bowel syndrome, itchy anus, anemia, skin rashes, pain, nervousness, difficulty sleeping, fatigue and allergies.
|Candida: is a genus of yeasts.
Many species are harmless to hosts including
humans, but even a harmless species in the wrong location, can
cause disease. Candida albicans can cause infections (candidiasis or thrush)
in humans and other animals, especially in immunocompromised patients.
A parasite is an organism that obtains food and shelter from another organism and derives all benefits from this association. The parasite is termed obligate when it can live only in a host; it is classified as facultative when it can live both in a host as well as in free form. Parasites that live inside the body are termed endoparasites whereas those that exist on the body surface are called ecto-parasites. Parasites that cause harm to the host are pathogenic parasites while those that benefit from the host without causing it any harm are known as commensals.
The organism that harbors the parasite and suffers a loss caused by the parasite is a host. The host in which the parasite lives its adult and sexual stage is the definitive host whereas the host in which a parasite lives as the larval and asexual stage is the intermediate host. Other hosts that harbor the parasite and thus ensure continuity of the parasite's life cycle and act as additional sources of human infection are known as reservoir hosts. An organism (usually an insect) that is responsible for transmitting the parasitic infection is known as the vector.
Initially, amoeba infection symptoms resemble those of any other common eye infection: blurry vision, red conjunctiva, watering eyes, painful, itchy eyes and light sensitivity. These symptoms can last for weeks.
If the affected patient already has a compromised immune system, then the parasite acanthamoeba can cause the development of skin sores and lesions and other disease.
There have been cases where acanthamoeba has caused the disease granulomatous amebic encephalitis, where the brain and spinal become severely inflamed. In this case, the amoeba infection symptoms are vomiting, exhaustion, headaches, difficulty concentrating, seizures, lack of coordination and reduced motor function, imbalance, delirium and stiff neck. Please note that this disease is likely to be fatal if left to progress for more than a few days.
Human liver flukes are parasitic worms called trematodes. Infections typically occur from eating infected raw or undercooked freshwater fish or watercress. After ingestion, liver flukes travel from the intestine to the bile ducts of the liver where they mature and live. Liver fluke infection can be a symptomatic or may cause symptoms related to the biliary system (the liver bile ducts and gallbladder). Although liver fluke infections are uncommon in the U.S., they do occur, especially among people who have traveled to areas of the world where these parasites are common. Untreated, liver flukes can cause permanent liver damage or death.
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