Spectrum Herbal Worming & Parasite Cleanse Oil

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Description

Spectrum Herbal Worming & Parasite Cleanse contains herbal ingredients traditionally used around the world,  which have been effective for hundreds of years in assisting in the elimination of worms and other parasites

 

DOSAGE

1 ml (20 drops) cold liquid such as juice or water four times daily for three days. Repeat dosage in one week for one day. (dropper = 1 ml)

 

To help little children, try making Jelly and pour into ice cube tray. When Jelly is at room temperature add 1 dose to each cube and let it set. Give child a cube of Jelly as per dose instructions.

 

Spectrum Herbal Worming & Parasite Cleanse Ingredients

Wormwood, Mugwort, Walnut, Anise, Blue Cohosh, Gentian, Rhubarb and Garlic, Ethanol, Purified Water.

 

Herbs Traditional use

Wormwood. Used for centuries as a herbal remedy for parasites and helps those with a weak and under-active digestion. A part of the Artemisia family.
Black Walnut. Used by Native America as an anti-parasite, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal remedy.
Garlic. Anti-parasitical, anti-fungal, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Also helps with pain.
Gentian used for digestion problems such as appetite, intestinal gas, diarrhea, gastritis, heartburn, vomiting and parasitic worms.
Mugwort. A part of the Artemisia family, Mugwort assists digestion and liver function, expels parasites and nervous system therefore helping with sleep and restless anxiety.
Blue Cohosh used by Native Americans to treat a variety of conditions, ranging from parasites to nervous disorders.
Rhubarb used in traditional Chinese medicine. Primarily for digestive complaints, Hence assisting with constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, stomach pain, gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding, and easy bowel movements

 

NOTE

These claims are based on traditional use. The information provided is meant to be a guide and should never replace professional advise.  Always consult a health professional and do not self diagnose. If symptoms persist, please consult a healthcare practitioner.