Advanced Microorganism Detox Solution That Promotes Balance of Intestinal Microbes
What is Pura Site?Pura Site is an advanced microorganism cleansing formula that promotes balance of intestinal microbes made with herbs to provide targeted support and assist the body with the detoxification of intestinal microbes as well as promote a healthy digestive system. It is formulated to effectively help combat many conditions people are suffering from due to a microorganism that grow, feed and obtain nourishment and protection while offering no benefit to its host. The herbs in Pura Site are natural and non-toxic to humans and may help to combat the growth of unwanted microorganisms and bacteria. To take Pura Site and effectively cleanse yourself:
- Take 2-3 capsules 3 times a day with food for at least 30 days.
- It is important that you don’t miss a day, if this occurs start over from day 1 again.
- For best results use the elimination diet.
- Exclude sugar, wheat, corn, dairy and white potatoes.
What damage can parasites do?
By definition a parasite is an organism that injures its host to some degree. A common definition of a parasite is an organism that lives in another, draws the nourishment from and often injures its host.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:
- Invade the bile duct, appendix and other organs
- Extreme fatigue
- Food sensitivities
- Gastrointestinal upset including: constipation, diarrhea, bloating and gas
- Abdominal pain, depression, viral, fungal or bacterial infections, dizziness and unclear thinking
- Low or high blood sugar, poor digestion, sensitivity to touch, pernicious anemia, hunger pains, weight loss, painful urination and/or an inflamed urinary bladder.
- Nail biting
- Itchy rectum
- Nervous or restless legs
- Heart related conditions
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. What parasites thrive upon are undigested proteins, carbohydrates and processed foods, junk foods and sugar. Invasion can occur via contaminated water, undercooked/unwashed food and oral sex. Ever let your pet give you a kiss, or drink from your garden hose on a warm summer day? These are common ways in which parasites get transmitted to humans.
Common parasites of the human body:
- The hookworm latches on the walls of the colon with its sharp teeth where if feeds on blood
- The tapeworm is the longest parasite. A mature adult can lay a million eggs a day.
- Tapeworm eggs embedded in the colon.
- The roundworm can grow to be 20 inches (50cm) long and lay 200,000 eggs per day.
- Pinworms migrate outside the colon during the night to lay their eggs around the anus. This causes the nightly itching of many unsuspecting victims.
Additional Statistics Worth Knowing:
- The average human body alone is known to host over a million parasites
- Over three-quarters of the world’s population have parasites. Though most of them are small, the biggest tapeworm ever recorded was over 60 feet long.
- A staggering 1.3 billion of the world’s population suffer from hookworms, minute monsters that cause anemia by sucking the blood from the intestinal lining.
- For pregnant women: Scientists believe that morning sickness is the body’s way of protecting mother and child from parasitic infection.
- The Guinea Worm is ingested via contaminated water, and the larvae burrow into the intestines and eventually emerge, fully-grown, from the skin.
- As prevalent in the West as anywhere else, Pinworms are staple-sized intestinal blighters that crawl out of your backside while you’re asleep and deposit their eggs on your bedding. Keep bed sheets cleaned and sanitized weekly.
- There are four species of protozoan parasites that causes malaria: Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium ovale, Plasmodium malaria. Currently killing a person every 30 seconds, malaria has been responsible for over half of all human deaths since the Stone Age.
Common Ways Parasites are ingested:
- Drinking from a garden hose
- Eating unwashed fruits and vegetables
- From pets – their fur, their kisses and their paws
- Walking barefoot outdoors
- Eating uncooked / undercooked meat, raw fish and pork
- Water – even tap water can be contaminated
- Human saliva and sexual contact