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Liver flukes and treatment

Discussion in 'Adrenal Rx and Leaky Gut Rx' started by Luisa88, May 8, 2022.

  1. Luisa88

    Luisa88 Silver

    I get that parasites should be dormant if the environment is good, what about if the environment is good and they are still causing issues? Would this then warrant trying to reduce them? Especially if they got out of control post unnecessary antibiotics? (ā€”>low stomach acid and went from there)
    How harmful is praziquantel over say Chinese wormwood/traditional Chinese medicine for specifically liver fluke?
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  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Some people are taking in parasites for a time, for medical purposes.
    After their job is done the question is how to get rid of them.
    Most parasites are unwelcome.

    Supposedly chlorine dioxide water provides a good treatment.



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  3. Luisa88

    Luisa88 Silver

    Thanks JanSz. Probably for mercury in my case but I think the load has gotten out of control and effected my liver hence I feel reducing would help overall. Will look into the chlorine dioxide. Given how sensitive I am, Iā€™m thinking the drug (biltricide) might actually be a better option in this case.
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