By definition, a parasite is an organism that lives in or on another organism (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the host’s expense.
Certain parasites are capable of coating the inside lining of the small intestine and preventing the lining from absorbing nutrients in foods. Parasites can also cause severe constipation by blocking or plugging the alimentary canal and cause damage to the intestinal wall. Parasites can also cause:
- Extreme fatigue
- Food sensitivities
- Gastrointestinal upset including: constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas, and abdominal pain
- Viral viral, fungal or bacterial infections
- Dizziness and unclear thinking
- Low or high blood sugar, poor digestion, anemia, hunger pains, weight loss
- Painful urination and/or an inflamed urinary tract
- Nail biting
- Itchy rectum
- Nervous or restless legs
- Heart related conditions
Worms can also erode, damage or block certain organs. They can lump together to create a ball, like a tumor. It is common for them to get to the brain, lungs, and heart. Some parasites drink large amounts of blood each day. People with this type of parasite show signs of anemia and malnutrition. For Example, hookworm found in warm humid environments including the southern states of the U.S. sucks blood and deprives the host of more iron than can be replaced by diet. This causes anemia. Hookworms lay 5,000 to 10,000 eggs each day and can live for about 14 years. Simply walking barefoot on contaminated soil can pick up this parasite. Another example, a certain tapeworm (Broad Fish) selectively removes vitamin B-12 from the alimentary tract. This is a very common method of internal destruction by parasites. There are over 100 types of parasites that can cause severe harm to human beings. Studies have shown that our tap water is even contaminated by parasitic organisms.
How do parasites live?
Parasites and worms thrive in mucoid layers as well as feed on it. Parasites protect themselves from most vermifuges (de-worming measures) by burying themselves inside or beneath mucus layers. Parasites thrive upon undigested proteins, carbohydrates, processed foods, junk foods and sugar.
What is the Parasite Cleanse Protocol?
Take 3 capsules 2 times a day with food, for at least 30 days. It is important that you don’t miss a day. For best results use the elimination diet during those 30 days. Exclude sugar, wheat, corn, dairy and white potatoes.
Eating a wide variety of foods that irritate parasites may also be beneficial to ensuring you kill the various types. Foods that may assist in killing parasites include; raw garlic, pumpkin seeds, pomegranate seeds, apple cider vinegar, cranberry juice, coconut oil, and pungent spices.
Do I have to take both Pura Site and Pura Cleanse?
The 2 formulas are designed to work together in synergy to provide maximum results. Pura Site frees you from parasitic, fungal, and bacterial infections, while Pura Cleanse filters and cleanses your body from die-off toxins, while also promoting regularity and restoring your digestive system to its normal healthy state. Pura Cleanse also mends tissues that may have been damaged by parasite feeding and movement.
Proper bowel cleansing is extremely important as the parasites are dying off in our bodies because they release very toxic and poisonous substances. It is essential to use herbs and a cleansing program such as Pura Cleanse or Pura Cleanse II in order to avoid reabsorbing these poisons into our systems.
How long do I need to be on the cleanse?
We suggest the 30-45 day program for acute cases, however if you are battling a chronic or long-term infection you may need 1-2 months more.
What’s in the capsules?
Black Walnut Hull, Wormwood Herb, Diatomaceous Earth, Clove Seed, Ginger Root, Fumaric Acid, Olive Leaf, Milk Thistle Seed, Pau D’arco Bark, and Turmeric Root.
What’s the best diet to be on while on the Parasite Cleanse?
For best results, use the elimination diet. Avoid sugar, wheat, corn, diary, and white potatoes. You should also drink plenty of water and avoid greasy foods, caffeine, alcohol, and carbonated drinks, particularly within an hour before and after taking the capsules. You should also eat fewer simple carbohydrates and fats, and eat more complex carbohydrates and proteins in the form of lean meats.
What can I expect during the cleanse?
Everyone will have different reactions when undergoing a parasitic, fungal, and bacterial cleanse. You may ﬁnd that your energy, skin, bowel movements, emotions and concentration, to name a few, are all affected to some degree. There is no hard and fast rule, so just be aware of your body and that you may experience some temporary changes. The more you can support your overall health, the less negative symptoms you are likely to experience.
Are there any side effects to the herbs?
Very few side effects have been reported. While this is formulated to be very gentle on the body, everyone is unique and has their own sensitivities.
Is it safe to use for extended periods of time?
Yes, the cleanse is very gentle on the body. Many people feel so much better while taking it that they stay on a maintenance dose (half of normal dose) indefinitely, especially in virulent chronic cases.
How long does a bottle of Pura Site last?
A bottle contains 180 capsules, or a 1-month supply.