If You Have These Symptoms, Your Intestines May Be Saturated With Parasites

In fact it is true that parasitic infections tend to predominantly affect children, there is a large percentage of adults in the world who suffer or have suffered at some point in their lives from parasites in the intestine. 




The problem is that when they are not treated properly and in time, parasitic infections can lead to serious health complications. Here are the main symptoms that warn you of the presence of parasites in the intestine.

Parasites In The Intestine: Warning Symptoms

It is very common to confuse the symptoms of parasitic infections with other diseases, and this is precisely why we expose you to the warning signals that the body emits before a parasitic infection. These are the signs to pay special attention to:

Parasites can live in the intestines for years without causing symptoms. When they do, they manifest themselves by:

Abdominal pain

Diarrhea

Nausea or vomiting

Gas or bloating

Dysentery (loose stools containing blood and mucus)

Eruption or itching around the rectum or vulva

Stomach pain or tenderness



Tired

Weightloss

Passage of a worm in the stool

Desire for food such as white bread, sweet and sour foods.

These causes increase your risk of getting intestinal parasites:

Living or visiting an environment known to contain parasites

Poor hygiene (as well as for food and water)

Age: Children and the elderly are more likely to be infected because of the vulnerability of their immune system.

Having a weakened immune system following an illness for example

HIV or AIDS

Once you have consumed or come into contact with the contaminated substance, the parasite moves into your intestine. Then, it reproduces and develops. It then becomes larger in size and length, and at this time, the symptoms may appear.

Conventional drugs usually work very slowly when it comes to parasitic infections. That's why we put together a list of the best natural ingredients to eliminate parasites in the intestine.

Natural remedies for fighting parasites in the intestine

Honey

Avoid simple carbohydrates, such as those found in processed foods, fruits, juices, dairy products and all sugars, except honey. Thanks to its antiviral, antibacterial and antiparasitic properties, it is extremely effective against parasites. It can be mixed with garlic, pumpkin seeds, or papaya seeds.



Garlic

Eating more garlic is a powerful parasites control that helps purge all kinds of intestinal parasites. Garlic contains large amounts of sulfur-containing amino acids with antiparasitic properties. Garlic is also antimicrobial, antifungal, antibacterial and has strong antioxidant properties that help eliminate germs from the body.

Caution :

Consumption of garlic is not recommended for people with porphyria, or anyone taking coagulant medications after surgery, because of the anticoagulant effect of garlic.

Beta-carotene

Eat more pumpkin seeds, papaya seeds, pomegranates, beets and carrots, and other foods rich in beta-carotene (a precursor to vitamin A, which can increase resistance to parasite penetration) . In one study, researchers found that a mixture of honey and papaya seeds eliminated stool parasites in 23 out of 30 subjects.

Fibers

Eat more fiber, which can help get rid of parasites in addition to detoxifying your digestive system.

Enzymes

Digestive enzymes will help restore the gastrointestinal tract to its normal state, making it inhospitable to parasites. Papain is an enzyme in the papaya plant that can help kill parasites when taken 30 minutes before or after meals. Be careful, however, papain may increase bleeding in people with bleeding disorders, or those taking anticoagulant medications.

Berberine

A compound available in a variety of herbs such as European barberry (Berberis vulgaris), it has been proven that berberine is effective in combating intestinal parasites in several studies. In a report published in the Iranian Journal of Parasitology in 2014, berberine extracted from the barberry has demonstrated an activity that may help protect against tapeworm infection.

Probiotics

Rebuilding beneficial bacteria in the intestine by eating foods rich in probiotics such as yogurt is essential for parasites control.

Vitamin C

Eat more foods containing vitamin C as it supports the immune system.