Parasite Formula 2

Parasite support herbal tincture – 2 oz (60 ml) – great ingredients make a great product!


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Parasite Formula 2 Herbal Tincture

(This is an updated formula as of March 2022. I switched out the pumpkin seeds with mimosa pudica. Everything else is the same, and I have stopped making the old formula with the pumpkin seeds. )

This parasite support herbal tincture is made from high quality herbs and ingredients — some of which may have grown in my garden! Most people suffer from parasites without even realizing it. Some claims say that 80% of Americans (including children) have parasites, and others say that the percentage is much higher. If you have pets, if you travel internationally, if you eat undercooked meat or sushi, then chances are you have parasites, too. This formula may be able to help support you in getting rid of these yuckies!

Black Walnut Hull:  The antiseptic properties (antifungal, antimicrobial) and antineoplastic action give it indication in the treatment of chronic skin conditions associated with a disorder of digestion and assimilation. Used internally for the treatment of worms/parasites, yeast infections and cancer. The bark is a powerful purgative.

Cloves: Clove has widely been used as an antimicrobial agent, killing parasites and bacteria in the digestive tract. Clove has been used to soothe and relax the inner lining of the intestines, encouraging better digestion. Great for an upset stomach especially in children. Cloves may encourage the esophagus to produce more liquid phlegm and act as an expectorant, making dry coughs less severe and more positive.
Clove has been shown to have analgesic properties, particularly towards tooth pain.

Garlic: Antihelmintic: kills intestinal worms. Anti-asthmatic: eases constricted breathing caused by asthma. Antilipemic: promotes a reduction of lipid levels in the blood. Anti-epileptic: reduces frequency or severity of convulsions. Anti-hypertensive: benefits high blood pressure. Antimicrobial: kills microorganisms or inhibits their growth. Antiseptic: reduces the possibility of infection, sepsis, and/or putrefaction. Antispasmodic: combats cramping and spasmodic pains, particularly in the digestive tract. Antiviral: fights viral infections. Aphrodisiac: stimulates sexual desire. Carminative: helps to expel gas. Diaphoretic: induces sweating. Emmenagogue: promotes menstruation. Expectorant: helps to expel mucus.

Mimosa Pudica: The root is used for treating snake bites, diarrhea, small pox, fever, ulcer, jaundice, hemorrhoids, asthma, fistula and leukoderma. The leaves, either in the form of decoction or as a paste, are used for treating hemorrhoids, wounds, fistula, pink eye, toe infections, depression, insomnia and hydrocele. Traditionally, the seed is used for treating urinary tract infection. The seed mucilage is used for making tablets as it is both a good binder and disintegrant. The whole plant is used for treating rheumatism, cancer, edema, depression, muscle pain and elephantiasis. It is also a good insect repellent.

Mimosa pudica also has anthelmintic properties (expels worms) so when we consume the extract, it expels worms very effectively.

Mimosa pudica has proven to have anti fertility properties so if you are trying for pregnancy, never consume mimosa pudica in any form. Pregnant women should not consume mimosa pudica. Mimosa pudica has very low toxicity and in a study done on rats, they experienced no side effects even when they were given 2000 mg per kg of body weight!

Wormwood: The common name, Wormwood, signifies its use as an anthelmintic (especially against roundworm, Ascaris lumbricoides, and pinworm) with symptoms of intestinal irritation.
A bitter & carminative herb useful for indigestion, sweet/sugar cravings & blood sugar dysregulation. Will promote appetite and bile secretions as well as absorption of nutrients, and decrease bile duct spasm while increasing efficient bile duct contractions and aid in the flow of gastric or pancreatic enzymes and bile.
Applied topically for rheumatic pains and infections.

Herbal tinctures as medicine

Why are tinctures a preferred method of taking herbs? Because tinctures are potent! You don’t waste your money on pills that have been in the manufacturing process for months / years and lose potency! With an alcohol base, the tinctures pull out all the medicinal benefits of the plant, and preserve them naturally for you! They don’t lose potency over time.

With that being said, they are in a non-gmo vodka base. Which is fine for most people. But some people prefer to avoid alcohol in all forms. (even by avoiding real vanilla extract) and we support that choice. These tinctures aren’t for those people. Because of the potential for bacteria to reside in glycerine tinctures, we have decided to only offer vodka based tinctures. These herbs are edible and considered safe for most people. Some people may be allergic to certain herbs and should not use them. It is always best to consult your doctor before using any herbal product if you are taking prescription medications or have a health condition.

INGREDIENTS:  Black Walnut Hull, Cloves, Garlic, Mimosa Pudica, Wormwood and Vodka

DIRECTIONS: Take 20-30 drops 2-3x per day in juice or tea until the tincture is gone.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any disease. If you are pregnant or nursing, or have any health conditions, please consult a doctor before use.