Four Parasites and Parasite Cleanse Attempt

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    Jul 20, 2017 11:34 PM GMT
    Mansonella Streptocerca: Another Filarial Worm in the Skin in Western Uganda

    Onchocerciasis, or river blindness, is a disease of public health importance in Uganda. The standard diagnostic procedure for rapid assessment in endemic communities is nodule palpation. The nodules are groups of adult worms in the human host. These nodules can be found on the head, thorax, pelvis, arms and knees.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1706049/


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    http://itg.author-e.eu/Generated/pubx/173/filariasis/mansonella_streptocerca.htm

    Mansonella streptocerca, clinical features
    Many infected people are asymptomatic. The most frequent symptom is chronic pruritus. The skin is thickened and there are papules. Hypopigmented patches can occur, which must be distinguished from leprosy, endemic treponematosis and onchocerciasis. Lymph nodes can be enlarged.
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    Jul 20, 2017 11:47 PM GMT
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    Human baylisascariasis is caused by larvae of Baylisascaris procyonis, an intestinal nematode of raccoons.


    Baylisascaris procyonis completes its life cycle in raccoons, with humans acquiring the infection as accidental hosts (dogs serve as alternate definitive hosts, as they can harbor patent infection and shed eggs). Unembryonated eggs are shed in the environment
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    where they take 2-4 weeks to embryonate and become infective
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    Raccoons can be infected by ingesting embryonated eggs from the environment
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    Additionally, over 100 species of birds and mammals (especially rodents) can act as paratenic hosts for this parasite: eggs ingested by these hosts
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    hatch and larvae penetrate the gut wall and migrate into various tissues where they encyst
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    The life cycle is completed when raccoons eat these hosts
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    The larvae develop into egg-laying adult worms in the small intestine
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    and eggs are eliminated in raccoon feces. Humans become accidentally infected when they ingest infective eggs from the environment; typically this occurs in young children playing in the dirt
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    Migration of the larvae through a wide variety of tissues (liver, heart, lungs, brain, eyes) results in VLM and OLM syndromes, similar to toxocariasis
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    In contrast to Toxocara larvae, Baylisascaris larvae continue to grow during their time in the human host. Tissue damage and the signs and symptoms of baylisascariasis are often severe because of the size of Baylisascaris larvae, their tendency to wander widely, and the fact that they do not readily die.

    Diagnosis is usually made by serology, or by identifying larvae in biopsy or autopsy specimens.

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    Baylisascariasis! The Tragic Parasitic Implications of Raccoons In Your Backyard
    By Rebecca Kreston | March 29, 2012 1:46 pm
    http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/bodyhorrors/2012/03/29/baylisascariasis/
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    Jul 21, 2017 12:11 AM GMT
    Schistosomiasis is caused by digenetic blood trematodes. The three main species infecting humans are Schistosoma haematobium, S. japonicum, and S. mansoni. Two other species, more localized geographically, are S. mekongi and S. intercalatum. In addition, other species of schistosomes, which parasitize birds and mammals, can cause cercarial dermatitis in humans.

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    Eggs are eliminated with feces or urine
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    Under optimal conditions the eggs hatch and release miracidia
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    which swim and penetrate specific snail intermediate hosts
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    The stages in the snail include 2 generations of sporocysts
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    and the production of cercariae
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    Upon release from the snail, the infective cercariae swim, penetrate the skin of the human host
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    and shed their forked tail, becoming schistosomulae
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    The schistosomulae migrate through several tissues and stages to their residence in the veins
    (The number 8, The number 9).

    Adult worms in humans reside in the mesenteric venules in various locations, which at times seem to be specific for each species
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    For instance, S. japonicum is more frequently found in the superior mesenteric veins draining the small intestine
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    and S. mansoni occurs more often in the superior mesenteric veins draining the large intestine
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    However, both species can occupy either location, and they are capable of moving between sites, so it is not possible to state unequivocally that one species only occurs in one location. S. haematobium most often occurs in the venous plexus of bladder
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    but it can also be found in the rectal venules. The females (size 7 to 20 mm; males slightly smaller) deposit eggs in the small venules of the portal and perivesical systems. The eggs are moved progressively toward the lumen of the intestine (S. mansoni and S. japonicum) and of the bladder and ureters (S. haematobium), and are eliminated with feces or urine, respectively
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    Pathology of S. mansoni and S. japonicum schistosomiasis includes:
    Katayama fever, hepatic perisinusoidal egg granulomas, Symmers’ pipe stem periportal fibrosis, portal hypertension, and occasional embolic egg granulomas in brain or spinal cord.

    Pathology of S. haematobium schistosomiasis includes: hematuria, scarring, calcification, squamous cell carcinoma, and occasional embolic egg granulomas in brain or spinal cord.

    Human contact with water is thus necessary for infection by schistosomes. Various animals, such as dogs, cats, rodents, pigs, hourse and goats, serve as reservoirs for S. japonicum, and dogs for S. mekongi.

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    Jul 21, 2017 12:25 AM GMT
    What is Clonorchis?

    Clonorchis is a liver fluke that can infect the liver, gallbladder and bile duct. Found across parts of Asia, it is also known as the Chinese or oriental liver fluke.

    How does one become infected with Clonorchis?

    The eggs of Clonorchis sinensis are ingested by snails in fresh water. After the eggs hatch, infected snails will release microscopic larvae that will enter freshwater fish. People become infected when eating the parasite containing cysts within infected raw or undercooked fish. Once ingested, cysts travel to the small intestine and liver where they feed upon the bile created by the liver and mature. The life cycle takes 3 months to complete in humans. Infected people will then pass eggs in their feces or may cough them up.

    Where is Clonorchis found?

    Chlonorchis is found in Asia including Korea, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, and Asian Russia. When clonorchiasis has been reported in non-endemic areas, the infection was found in Asian immigrants. Some cases were found in people who had ingested imported, undercooked or, pickled freshwater fish containing parasitic cysts.

    Can Clonorchis be transmitted person to person?

    No. Clonorchis cannot be directly transmitted from person to person.

    What are the signs and symptoms?

    Most signs and symptoms are related to inflammation and intermittent obstruction of the biliary ducts. In severe cases, abdominal pain, nausea, and diarrhea can occur. In long-standing, untreated infections, inflammation of the biliary system can lead to cancer, which can be fatal.

    What is the treatment?

    Praziquantel or albendazole are the drugs of choice to eliminate the infection.

    https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/clonorchis/faqs.html

    Also, see:
    http://eol.org/pages/478905/overview

    Also see:
    https://www.slideshare.net/kavindyamj16/parasitologytrematoda-for-ospe

    Also see:
    https://www.slideshare.net/IrwanIzzauddin/3-nutrition-and-es-of-parasites-trematode-cestode-and-acanthocephalan

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    Human Liver Fluke

    Like many other parasites, these trematodes have a three host life cycle involving two intermediate hosts and one definitive host. Fluke eggs are introduced into water by means of feces from an infected host. The eggs are consumed by snails, which serve as the first intermediate host. Inside the snails, the eggs can complete their gestation and proceed to hatch. Newly hatched worms, termed cercariae, leave the snail host to live inside fish, the second intermediate host. Burrowing their way through the flesh of a fish, cercariae encyst themselves inside the fish's muscle tissue. The cercariae lose their tails, undergo some additional growth changes, and are subsequently termed metacercariae. The metacercariae reside inside their fish hosts, awaiting introduction to a definitive host. A human (or another fish-eating animal) becomes the final host by eating the raw flesh of an infected fish, and a single infected fish may contain over a thousand of the encysted worms.

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    Jul 21, 2017 4:29 PM GMT
    Camu Camu

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    Jul 23, 2017 3:06 PM GMT
    Black Walnut
    Pumpkins Seeds
    and the rare use of Wormwood.

    First, we need to create an inhospitable environment that is toxic to these toxic invaders. The modern method for this is madness! It is, quite simply, to eat poison; not enough poison to kill you, just to kill your worms. As you can imagine, this whole scheme is predictably bad for you. A better way to accomplish this is to take the herb Wormwood. Wormwood contains sesquiterpene lactones, highly-effective chemical compounds which weaken parasite’s membranes and strips them of the ability to survive. That is also why a synthesized derivative of Wormwood is used in anti-malarial medication today. There is no better herb then Wormwood to rid yourself of parasites. That is why it is first. There are however some helpers I would like to use. Next to our Wormwood, we will add Black Walnut Hull.

    https://www.bulkherbstore.com/blog/wormwood-black-walnut-and-cloves
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    Jul 23, 2017 5:55 PM GMT
    Okay, another Rare-Use Substance: Clove Oil (Not Irradiated)

    Clove Oil Uses

    Although it has been suspected for centuries to treat inflammatory conditions, the Journal of Immunotoxicology just recently published the first ever study proving that the eugenol in clove oil is indeed a powerful anti-inflammatory.

    Showing that low doses of eugenol can protect the liver against disease, it was also observed that eugenol reverses inflammation and cellular oxidation (which causes aging). It was also observed that taking large doses internally could harm the digestive lining and externally can irritate sensitive skin

    Because of it’s strength, clove oil should be mixed with a carrier oil like coconut oil or other gentle oils for most topical applications and only used for short periods of up to two weeks internally.

    https://draxe.com/clove-oil-uses-benefits/

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    Jul 23, 2017 6:12 PM GMT
    I don't know about the Zapper.
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    Jul 23, 2017 6:50 PM GMT
    Well this is expensive:

    https://www.youngliving.com/en_US/products/parafree-softgels
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    Jul 23, 2017 6:53 PM GMT
    Flukes

    Fasciola hepatica, also known as the liver fluke, is prevalent where cattle and sheep are raised. Infection is caused by drinking contaminated water, eating contaminated water vegetation (such as watercress), or eating raw or undercooked liver from a contaminated animal. This parasite travels through the intestinal wall into the body cavity before finding its way the liver where it eats liver tissue. Eventually the mature worms block the bile duct causing liver inflammation.
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    Jul 23, 2017 6:56 PM GMT
    Fasting with fermented drinks such as fermented whey from grass-fed cows and fermented ginger, kombucha, coconut kefir, apple cider vinegar, etc. are powerful tools to help destroy parasites. Many holistic health coaches recommend a three to twenty-one day low calorie, liquid diet that is rich in fermented beverages, water and fresh squeezed lemon. Probiotic supplements are highly recommended to help destroy parasites and re-innoculate the gut.

    http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/kill-parasites-with-home-remedies
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    I'm going get some kombucha and coconut kefir today.