Parasites live and feed on other living things including animals and humans. They are everywhere so they can affect people and compromise their health.
Millions od people in the U.S are affected by a variety of insects, worms and single-celled organisms which cause parasitic infections.
In some cases, when people have a parasitic attack, they suffer from severe life-threatenin infections. Parasitic diseases could be caused mainly by Protozoa and Helminths.
A single-celled organisms that behave like tiny animals-hunting and gathering other microbes for food are called Protozoa. Many protozoa consider your intestinal tract as home and they are harmless. On the other hand, there are some protozoa that cause diseases such as malaria or giardia.
May Clinic explains that protozoa often spend part of their life cycle outside of humans or other hosts living in water, soil, food or insects. That’s why we enter protozoa in our body when we eat or drink.
Hemlinths are among the larger parasites, and if this parasite or its eggs enter your body, it lives in your skin, brain, lungs, or intestinal tract where it feeds off your body’s nutrients. Helminths include tapeworms and roundworms.
Make sure to consult with a health care provider if you have an infecition and you have noticed the following symptoms:
- A rash, especially if it’s accompanied by a fever
- Persistent vomiting
- An unusual or severe headache
- An animal or human bite
- Periods of rapid heartbeat
- Blurred vision or other difficulty seeing
- Difficulty breathing
- A cough lasting longer than a week
Can parasites be treated naturally?
If you are diagnosed with parasite infection, you can treat it naturally with this amazing tea which will help you cleanse your body.
- 1 clove of garlic
- A thin slice of ginger
- First of all, grate ¼ clove of garlic and ½ a slice of ginger into a small saucepan.
- Next, add a cup of water and put it on a low heat.
- Once it starts boiling, remove from the heat and allow it to cool for 5 minutes.
- Take 2-3 times a day before meals.