Self Test to Find Out if You Have Parasitic Infestation

June 6, 2015, Courtesy of CassIngram.com
UPDATED, June 9, 2015
Parasitic infections are often difficult to diagnose through routine medical tests. A careful analysis of signs and symptoms is far more productive in eliciting the diagnoses versus blood tests, even stool testing. At least through such signs and symptoms the presumptive diagnosis of parasitic infestation can be made. A high score on the common symptoms and signs of parasitic infestation is virtual confirmation of the overgrowth of these pathogens in the body.
There truly are dependable signs and symptoms that give act as strong proof of parasite overload. In fact, if a number of these exist, a firm diagnosis can be made, even without blood or other lab tests.

In this regard it is not so important to determine what kind of parasite it is but, rather, to first determine that parasitic infection of some form either exists or doesn’t exit. They are all wretched. Moreover, the signs and symptoms they create are relatively similar.
Such a diagnosis/assessment is crucial in view of the equivocal nature of many medical testing procedures for detection. World-wide, parasites are a major cause of disease, and they certainly play a major role in disease causation in the Northern Hemisphere, far more than is typically realized. It is a reasonable estimate to state that some one of three Americans, for instance, is infested. When evaluating patients in the field, that is when reviewing the findings of hundreds of people at lectures and large public seminars, the signs and symptoms of parasitic infection are clear. This is observed almost exclusively in unsuspecting people.
So, let’s see what these evidences are to determine if there is actual proof of infection of the body by such pathogens.
Which of these apply to you (add up the points)?

  • constipation – 2
  • may go up to three days or more without bowel movement – add an additional 3
  • may go up to one week or more without bowel movement – add an additional 4
  • diarrhea – 1
  • alternating constipation and diarrhea – 1
  • dark circles under the eyes – 1
  • purplish-red angular or triangular coloration areas under the inner corners of the eyes – 5
  • aching around the liver area
  • history of liver cysts, cause unknown
  • bloating after eating – 1
  • abdominal cramps – 2
  • history of ulcerative colitis or spastic bowel – 2
  • get sick when eating meat – 1
  • intestinal gas – 2
  • weight loss – 1
  • ravenous appetite – 2
  • poor appetite – 2
  • wake up at 2 to 4 in the morning regularly – 1
  • itching about the anus – 2
  • grinding of the teeth at night – 2
  • psoriasis – 3
  • eczema – 1
  • swollen joints – 2
  • deformed or arthritic joints in the hands – 3
  • biting of the fingernails – 3
  • hemorrhoids – 1
  • varicose veins – 1
  • anemia – 2
  • weak, frail appearance – 1
  • itching of the nose – 1
  • picking of the nose – 2
  • chronic headaches – 1
  • fatigue/exhaustion – 2
  • rectal fissure – 1
  • see dead worms in the stool – 5
  • see live worms in the stool – 10
  • have pets in the house (especially dogs) and have close contact – 2
  • kiss dogs on the mouth or let the dog(s) kiss you – 3

 
Your score   ________
1 to 5 points: It is possible that you have parasitic overload, but if so, it is likely a mild case. Even so, an effort should be made to purge any parasites out of the body and/or to destroy them.
6 to 10 points: This represents a significant case of parasitic overload, which will likely have a negative impact on overall health.
11 to 17 points: This represents a severe infestation, which will lead to a corruption of general health. For the return of optimal health it is crucial to purge all parasites from the body and also to destroy them.
18 to 25: At this point the parasitic infestation has overwhelmed the body’s physiological capacities. No doubt, great corruption of the internal systems is occurring. For the return of optimal health it is crucial to purge all parasites from the body and also to destroy them.
25 to 33 points: At this level there can be no doubt about the fact that parasites are a major play in the disruption of overall health. The parasites have overwhelmed the body’s defenses and are causing tissue and organ damage. For normalization of health to return all parasites must be purged and/or destroyed.
34 and 45: This represents massive, potentially catastrophic parasitic overload. It is certain that parasites are the cause of many if not all of the assessed symptoms. An aggressive effort must be made to obliterate all parasitic invaders. Untreated, the risks for potentially deadly diseases will continue to rise, including stroke, heart attack, arthritis, high blood pressure, and cancer. There is a direct tie to cancer of the intestinal tract and chronic parasitic infection.
45 and above: This represents monumentally massive, catastrophic parasitic overload. It is certain that parasites are the cause of many if not all of the assessed symptoms. An aggressive effort must be made to obliterate all parasitic invaders. Untreated, the risks for potentially deadly diseases will continue to rise, including stroke, heart attack, arthritis, high blood pressure, and cancer. There is a direct tie to cancer of the intestinal tract and chronic parasitic infection. The risks for cancerous degeneration are particularly high at this level of overload. Thus, action must be taken immediately to rectify this and to fully purge the germs from the system.
Therapeutic approach
There are countless supplements and/or systems to use in attempt to achieve a parasite cleanse. Here, it is advised to use the total body purging agent, along with the wild, raw dandelion root/leaf complex. The juice of wild oregano is also an essential component, as is the crude wild oregano/Rhus coriaria capsules. Enzymes can prove invaluable, acting to eat away at and destroy the worms. Black walnut extracts and properly formulated artemesia are additional adjunctive therapies. Intestinal cleansing drops made from oils of wild oregano, cumin, fennel, among others (IntestiClenz), is yet another effective therapy, taken as drops under the tongue. Oil of fennel itself, emulsified in extra virgin olive oil (Fenatrol), is a parasite purging agent and is particularly active against hookworm. By itself oil of oregano is not sufficient as a parasite killer and is most active against amebas, cryptosporidium, and giardia (for long-term therapy of more than a few days be sure to use only the truly edible type of wild oregano oil, Mediterranean high-mountain source). Even so, oil of wild oregano, along with the whole, crude herbal complex, is ideal support for spastic colon, irritable bowel, and ulcerative colitis. For support against hemorrhoids and/or rectal fissure, wild raspberry root/leaf syrup is ideal.
Yet another approach is to fast, which reduces parasite levels. One such fast is the Islamic type, which is a controlled fast. In this type of fast there is only food taken very early in the pre-morning, that is before sun-up and also after sunset. Supplements can be taken at those times, while the parasites are starved out throughout the day.
There may be need for a special kind of fast based on a method used in Palestine and Lebanon. This is the raw pumpkinseed/honey fast. For three days nothing is consumed other than raw pumpkinseeds in raw honey (see Americanwildfoods.com pre-made versions). Alternatively, the raw nut butter as a whole food paste can be consumed, as can the raw butter of wild black walnuts. A person could eat nothing except these nut butters with raw honey for a period of three days, perhaps adding in the purging agent and the wild, raw dandelion root plus leaf extract in order to activate massively the gallbladder and liver. This is a time-tested, effective parasite purge. It would be more effective if the aforementioned supplements are also taken as part of the protocol. Three tablespoonsful of black seed oil taken twice daily would also enhance the effectiveness of this fast.