Everyone knows that they transmit diseases through scratching or biting. But many might not know that living closely with animals such as, nuzzling, kissing, or just handling their fur can transmit diseases.
In the Western Journal of Medicine (150:208-210), they published the story of a 46 year old man who died of pneumonia. They believe that he acquired the infection from inhalation.
A teenage girl suffered from wheezing, coughing, chronic depression, and allergies to dust and certain foods. She lived in close quarters with two small dogs that turned out to have worms. After two cleansings the problems she was experiencing diminished.
Worms feed on undigested food in the intestinal walls. Seventy-five percent of the millions of people in North America are infested. Once the parasites enter the muscles, allopathic medicine offers no specific treatment according to Robert E. Rothenberg, MD Editor, Medical Encyclopedia Vol.3.
Signs it could be a parasite:
- Unexplained stomach troubles such as; constipation, diarrhea, gas, or other signs of IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
- Trouble falling asleep or waking up multiple times per night
- Skin irritation or unexplained rash, hives, rosacea, or eczema
- Grinding teeth while sleeping
- Pain or aching in muscles or joints
- Fatigue, exhaustion, depression
- Not feeling full after meals
- Iron deficiency anemia
K-MIN, a natural rock phosphate, shreds parasites in eighty percent of the population. The gestation period for parasites is 22 days. First 15 days of the month are when the parasites lay their eggs. Doing a cleanse along with taking supplements such as K-MIN starting about a week before the full moon and continuing until the next full moon is complete should be part of a protocol to eliminate parasites.
If you suspect parasites, please contact your local naturopath for help with putting together a complete protocol.
Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or illness.