How to Detoxify the Body of Parasites
If you eat food, you are likely to consume a few parasites at some time or another. Before you go on a hunger strike in an effort to avoid these “creepy-crawlies,” take a deep breath and relax. Most parasites will simply pass through your body, and they will not affect your health. However, should any take hold, you can develop a serious problem. One simple solution is to periodically cleanse and detox your system to eliminate possible parasitic infections.
Prepare your garlic syrup. Break up your cloves of garlic (you can use as many as you like, but a good start would be six to eight cloves) and place them in the pot with enough water to cover the pieces entirely. Cover the pot and boil the garlic cloves until the mixture starts to thicken. Once you bring the water to a boil, turn it down so that it continues to boil at a low, rolling rate. Once the mixture has gotten syrupy, fish out the garlic pieces that have not disintegrated with a slotted spoon.
Take 1 tsp. of the garlic syrup with your breakfast and dinner. While you will certainly smell strongly during this process, garlic is one of the best natural options for killing parasites in your system.
Drink ginger tea. This is a good habit to develop anyway because it can help control parasitic infections. However, if you are working on a parasite detox, then drink 2 or 3 cups a day. Ginger is excellent for making your gastric system uninhabitable for parasites.
Avoid meats. Most meat contains some parasites. While you are detoxifying your body, avoid meat products so that you do not simply reintroduce new parasites.
Drink pure water. Either use a water purifier or boil your water before drinking to rid it of any potential impurities. You should be drinking at least eight 8-oz.glasses of water a day to help flush your system.