By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.
The natural food chain appears to be parasitic on the surface, however it’s not. The main difference in parasitic activity and the natural feeding process is that the parasite does not contribute to the survival of the host.
One thing in nature is feeding off something else for maintenance and survival purposes. Plants feed on minerals; animals feed on plants and minerals; man feeds on minerals, plants and animals. And it appears that the earth feeds on man.
This chain is a part of the natural cosmological order and must remain as such to keep its natural form. Should one form of life ceased to feed upon another, then this present order would cease to exist.
So in the survival sense, this behavior is very natural and necessary to preserve the earth’s ecological order. Over population of plants, animals and man would disturb this order.
At first glance, one could suppose that anything that is feeding on something else is a pest. Hyenas would be seen as pests for lions, and lions would be seen as pests for the wilder beasts; whales would be seen as pests for sea lions, etc.
Yet this is natural behavior of organic life. However, when man is being fed upon by a parasite the organism is disruptive to his entire life and does not contribute to his survival.
Man has his internal parasites that will reside in his body. If he is not conscious of this possibility, they could nest and form colonies in the gastro intestinal tract. Colon cancer always carries parasites with it.
Man’s body can become a reservoir for parasites. An internal parasite could be a protozoa, amoeba or worm that lives within the body of a host. It can occupy space in the gastro intestinal tract or digestive tract or any body cavity, organ, blood, tissue or cell.
Parasites, whether round worms, pin worms, tape worms, hook worms, protozoa or intestinal flukes, all have the ability to reside and reproduce while in a human host.
These parasites can be transferred from animals, such as pets, and also through hand shakes, through food consumption, drinking water, while using bathrooms, restaurants, etc.
Americans use to think that parasitic infection or infestation was a so-called third world problem. However, today, most Americans have parasites of some type. Many disorders, from anemia to auto immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), can be traced to parasites.
Parasites will nest in the lower part of the small intestine. This is where 70 to 80 percent of the digestion takes place. These organisms are intelligent enough to eat the good nutrition and leave the host the remains, thereby creating nutritional deficiencies in the host.
These nutritional deficiencies can lead to lowered immune response or extreme fatigue syndrome. We must also recognize that these animals must excrete waste after consumption, and this waste is very toxic to the human host.
Many people who are suffering from anemia have hookworms on the colon walls feeding on their iron. Children have a tendency to have pin worms in their stool. Sometimes these parasites can be seen at night with a flashlight outside the child’s anal cavity where they have come to lay eggs or die.
The old putrid matter that builds on the walls of the large intestine is a breeding ground for parasites and must be kept clean to preserve one’s health. Parasites can often be seen in the stool of a host during and after colonics, enemas or after taking herbs that are antagonistic to them.
Today, parasites are being seen as more contributory to sickness than they were seen in the past. The need to fight parasites on a regular basis is indispensable to good health.
Herbs such as wormwood, black walnut and cloves are known to rid the body of parasites. Call today for our parasite formula to rid your body of these unwanted causes of disease.
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