A comprehensive approach for resistant pinworm infections electricity bill average

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• The major signs and symptoms of pinworm infection are discomfort and itching in the anal/rectal area. Children especially will scratch the rectal/anal area, get eggs on their fingers or underneath their fingernails and transport the infective eggs to bedding, toys, other humans, or back to themselves.

Pinworm infection is an infection of the large intestine and anal area by a small, white parasite that resembles a “worm.” The medical name for the parasite is Enterobius vermicularis, but it is commonly termed a pinworm in both the lay and medical literature. These parasites are also termed seatworms or threadworms, and the infections are medically termed enterobiasis or helminthiasis. Pinworms and other parasitic worms (which, as a group, are termed helminths) feed off of the host animal by absorbing nutrients from the host animal. Pinworm infections are the most common helminth infection that occurs in the US. Pinworms only infect humans. Dogs, cats, or other animals cannot become infected.

School-age children have the highest rates of pinworm infection. They are followed by preschoolers. Institutional settings including day care facilities often harbor multiple individuals (adults and children) with pinworm infections. Sometimes, nearly half of the children may be infected in a day-care facility.

Pinworm infection often occurs in more than one family member. Adults are less likely to have pinworm infection, except for mothers of infected children. However, adult sexual partners can transfer the eggs to each other. Pinworms may also infect the vagina and urethra.

This is a four-part approach I have put together based on my 29+ years of research and clinical practice. That said, everyone is different and is exposed to individual epigenetic factors. It’s these individual epigenetic factors that make many easy to treat issues, difficult to treat. When combined with the following resources, even the most stubborn cases should resolve. Stress reduction techniques are also very helpful when treating chronic, stubborn body problems. Here are some resources that will help are Dan Brule (breathing), Doc Parsley ( sleep), Bruce Lipton, PhD ( How your beliefs affect your biology), and Gratitude

*Disclaimer: The data contained in this post is for educational purposes only and is not to construed as a treatment protocol or recommendation. No warranties or claims are made by the author. None of the data below has been approved by the FDA. The data below is not meant to treat, mitigate or diagnose any disease or symptoms. None of the herbal or natural ingredients below have been approved by the FDA for the treatment of any medical condition, including parasites, and products that purport to be bentonite clay and DE are not regulated for safety, purity or effectiveness. Please consult with a physician before starting any nutritional protocol.

A. Full strength clove oil can be mixed with an equal part of coconut oil and rubbed around the rectum each night. A small amount of neem leaf powder, from an opened capsule, can be sprinkled in with the mix. The mixture may possibly irritate the tissue around the rectum. If so, discontinue, use less clove oil, and/or add more coconut oil. This mixture can be used throughout the day if needed.

Spray the bed sheet with the Eradicator to kill the eggs before removing them from the bed. Shaking the sheet will only launch the egg into the air. Spraying the entire house, pay attention especially things like doorknobs, keyboards and things you usually touch. I would also use some of the oil (mixed or not) inside the ears and around the nostrils. The eggs can be transported anywhere.

Preparation: put 1/2 teaspoon of the powder in a cup of hot water and mix it. It tastes bitter, so you can add some stevia and lemon juice. It is recommended to drink neem tea three times a day. The first cup of it in a day should be on an empty stomach