Common Sense™ “Super ParaCleanz” is an all-natural herbal parasite dewormer. It is a strong purgative but is considered safe. It has been designed to cleanse our system of parasites. It works collectively with the entire body to help dispel worms and kill the eggs and larva of the parasites. This combination can also help expel candida, athlete’s foot, ringworm, fungal infections, and support digestion problems. Common Sense™ “Super ParaCleanz” promotes mental clarity and good health throughout the entire body, simply because herbs make all parts of the body stronger.
is known to be an effective and powerful anthelmintic. The high amounts of amino acids and antioxidants are said to make the herb one of the most efficient remedies for killing intestinal parasites, tapeworms, and roundworms. Pumpkin Seed is also high in zinc which allows for its soothing properties towards the intestines making it a natural diuretic. It also helps reduce an enlarged prostate.
BLACK WALNUT HULL
has been highly valued as the “most mild and efficacious herbal laxatives” it is used to relieve constipation and promote bowel regularity. It is a strong purgative but considered safe. As a vermifuge, Black Walnut Hull cleanses the body of many types of parasites mostly known; ringworm. Black Walnut Hull is considered a tonic that aids digestion and the intestinal system. When used in powder Black Walnut has anti-fungal properties that are great for skin rashes. It is also great for maintaining the enamel and carries oxygen to all parts of the body.
has been used as a powerful tool to fight worms (notably eliminate pinworm and roundworm) and other parasitic infestations in humans. Wormwood contains rich amounts of oxygen. It is also a nervine tonic that nourishes the nervous system and, thus, eases stress and nervous disorders. This herb is also found to stimulate menstruation.
is an old folk remedy that is said to be unsurpassed for easing headaches, especially those related to nervous tension, anxiety, and debility. It is great for stroke victims. It is a great nervine for the head. It is good for palsy, indigestion, heartburn, jaundice, heart problems, convulsions, and gout. Wood Betony has also been used to treat anxiety, stress, and depression.
As a vermifuge, Garlic works to expel most parasites. It is widely thought of as “nature’s penicillin” (natural antibiotic). As one of the top five herbs on the earth, it is considered “nature’s best healer”. It is also great to open up blood ways, preventing blood clots from forming and allowing greater circulation of the blood. Garlic also has antioxidant properties that boost the immune system. It is an all-around tonic, to say the least.
is known as a mild, but effective, laxative that efficiently and thoroughly evacuates the intestines and bowel, relieving constipation. It is recognized to stimulate the production of bile secretions, which promotes healthy gallbladder and liver functions. Leading to the relief of jaundice and hepatitis. The tannins in Buckthorn Bark is believed to have herbal astringent properties and have been used to treat hemorrhoids. Used externally Buckthorn is a great skin wash, relieving skin disease.
CLOVE FLOWER BUDS
are not only a culinary staple, but they should also be in every medicine cabinet as an old-time pain reliever, digestive aid, and warming stimulant. Cloves exhibit broad antimicrobial properties against fungi and bacteria, supporting its traditional use as a treatment for diarrhea, food poisoning, and other infectious conditions. Cloves are said to be anti-parasitic. Its antimicrobial properties have been used to destroy intestinal parasites, as well as their eggs, supporting its traditional use in treating intestinal worms.
of all types of intestinal worm infestations, Pomegranate is said to be most useful in cases of tapeworm, an incredibly long parasite, which attaches itself to the intestinal walls of its host by means of spun or sucking structures. Pomegranate is a natural astringent that has been used to ease chronic diarrhea and dysentery.
Pomegranate’s antibacterial activities also render it beneficial for oral health, helping to relieve mouth sores, throat infections, and mouth irritations.
SODIUM COPPER CHLOROPHYLIN
has a long history of therapeutic use in traditional medicine. It is the green pigment present in plants, such as dark green leafy vegetables like spinach. Sodium copper chlorophyllin has been widely used for its anti-inflammatory, internal deodorizing activities, as well as wound healing properties. Chlorophyll is a strong aid in gastrointestinal problems and promotes the formation and rebuilding of red blood cells.
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