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Parasite Take-out Update

Parasite Take-out Update

Neem Tea In my previous post, Parasite Take-out, I mentioned that I’d just ordered some Neem Tea, which I intended to use as part of my parasite protocol. I’ve now taken it four times and the results are impressive. It tastes awful, extremely bitter. I couldn’t drink it at the recommended dose, one teaspoon per cup. A third of a teaspoon was all I took. The day after the first cup, I had a slight headache, which had the feel…

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Parasite Take-out

Parasite Take-out

I was going to call this post: don’t be a parasite lunch box, but parasite take-out has a double-meaning. Personally, I’m all for taking out all the parasites, at every level. But let’s start small, really small, microscopically small, but real and visible internal parasites and worms. Worms or serpents? Internal parasites have been the scourge of man and beast since the beginning. In the ancient world it was well-known that many diseases were caused by parasites and worms. One…

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Home Grown Medicine Cabinet

Home Grown Medicine Cabinet

If you make the decision to activate your innate self-healing mechanisms, stay away from the medical system, eat healthily and live as naturally as you can, without doubt your health and vitality will improve. Nonetheless, even if you enjoy excellent health (as we do) you might find you need a little extra support every now and then. We avoid the medical system (it is the plague) and pharmaceuticals by choice and this post is about the home grown and natural…

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Itching for a Fright

Itching for a Fright

Tulku loves a good scratch. He´s not what I’d call an itchy dog, his coat is glossy and he is healthy, happy, calm and strong. He’s never been to the vets. So, when around the full moon in the Snaketamer, when he began scratching through the night, I knew something was up. Parasites We live in the country and our dogs are free to roam. They are exposed to a wide-range of microbes and parasites from cows, sheep, wild boar,…

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Pine Processionary Caterpillar

Pine Processionary Caterpillar

The Pine Processionary Caterpillar gets its name from the line they form, nose to tail, as they climb down from their candy floss winter nests in the pine trees to pupate in the ground.  They can destroy the pine trees, when there are many nests in a single tree, by eating all the young pine needles. They also have severely irritating  hairs that cause nasty rashes, especially if they get in your eyes or nose and can be lethal to…

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