Anxiety, bad digestion, itching, tiredness, headaches... Have you had several of these disorders and do not know what they are due? If your food is not balanced, you may have intestinal parasites, a very common health problem that is not usually detected easily, but that can significantly worsen our quality of life.
In this article we propose two excellent natural remedies to combat them and eliminate them. They have been used since ancient times and have therefore proved their effectiveness. You will only need patience and change some habits and you will notice a great general improvement.
How do I know if I have paráitos?
It is sometimes difficult to realize that one suffers intestinal parasites, since although they are much more frequent than we think, Its symptoms can easily be confused with other habitual annoyances . The most outstanding are the following:
- Disorders of appetite (excess or lack of hunger for no apparent reason).
- Swollen eyes .
- Anxiety and nervousness.
- Itching in the tip of the nose, in the eyes or in the anal area.
- Dilated pupils.
- Intestinal disorders (constipation, diarrhea).
- Insomnia for no apparent reason.
They can also affect children, and it is even more difficult to detect them . We will mainly look at whether they scratch the tip of the nose or the anal area and if we notice them more nervous without there being an apparent cause.
Why do they appear?
The main reason for the appearance of the parasites is a continuous poor diet, in which the following foods predominate:
- Flours, refined .
- Alcoholic drinks.
- Dairy products (creams, creams, ice creams, etc.).
The risk of suffering them is greater when we suffer intestinal disorders such as constipation or diarrhea. In the case of constipation, the accumulation of waste causes fermentation or putrefaction to favor its appearance, and in the case of diarrhea, the permanent damage suffered by the intestinal flora is also a terrain to proliferate, due to the lack of natural defenses .
Finally, If we also have pets at home, we must deworm them every month , Since with the direct contact it is easy that we pass the parasites that they often suffer often.
He Garlic Is a medicinal food that Works as a natural antibiotic and helps us prevent many diseases. In the case of parasites is also very effective. The only problem you have is its smell and there are people who do not digest it well.
In what way do we take it?
- The most effective and economical is to take it raw on an empty stomach.
- For those who do not tolerate it well they also sell capsules with garlic oil in diet and herbalists.
- Another option is to Tibetan garlic cure , An ancient technique in which we ourselves will prepare this extract at home and we will gradually take it to get accustomed to our organism.
- In addition, we will get used to go putting garlic to our meals so that our body is used to digest it.
- Pets can also be given a raw garlic clove hidden in some food, as a natural antiparasitic.
The Pumpkin seeds Are one of the most powerful foods we have to prevent and eliminate parasites.
How do we take them?
- We have to take them raw, unroasted, and preferably fasting.
- We can also prepare a vegetable drink similar to horchata by grinding 50 g of pumpkin seeds along with 250 cc of water. We can sweeten the drink with a little stevia.
- Finally we can grind them and add them as a condiment to all our meals.
- We will avoid all those foods that we have said were harmful, and we will do it strictly, for at least a month.
- We can take a supplement to restore our intestinal flora.
- We must naturally treat our intestinal disorders to evacuate normally and daily.
- If we have experienced prolonged constipation, it can be very beneficial for us to perform a colon hydrotherapy in a specialized health center.
- We can massage the belly daily with essential oil of oregano diluted in a little of a vegetable oil (olive, sunflower, almond, etc.).
- We will be very careful with the intimate hygiene to avoid the continuous contagion.
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