They may be of the type protozoan (such as Giardia) or worms (like tapeworms), who manage to enter the body through the consumption of contaminated food or liquids.
Its main risk factor is exposure to environments with poor sanitation. However, it may also be caused by mishandling of food or by contact with a contaminated element by an infected person.
The severity with which it occurs may vary depending on the response of each person’s immune system.
Despite this, it is important to pay attention to it in the early stages, because there is a continuing risk of complications.
Fortunately, before resorting to medical treatments, we can access 100% natural remedies that can help expel them easily.
Among these, we find a cure for dry cloves and flaxseed, known for its ability to clean the intestine without altering the bacterial flora.
Treatment with cloves and flaxseed for the control of intestinal parasites
The combination of cloves and flaxseed is a remedy that helps restore the proper functioning of the intestine, by minimizing the negative impact of parasitic infections.
Both ingredients attack these microorganisms and modify the environment they need to develop.
Unlike other parasite remedies, they do not modify the pH of the intestinal flora and, on the contrary, help to strengthen it to improve the response against infections.
Benefits of clove against pests
Clove has antiparasitic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can help destroy several types of microorganisms that can proliferate in the digestive system.
- It is effective in eliminating parasites, since their essential oils manage to stop their growth.
- He prevents these organisms from releasing toxins into the blood which can lead to other health complications.
- Reduces irritation of the lining of the intestine, relieves swelling and recurrent abdominal odor
- It contains a significant amount of soluble fiber, a substance that becomes a kind of gelatin that traps toxins to facilitate their elimination.
- It also provides insoluble fiber necessary to “sweep up” the waste that usually accumulates inside the colon.
- It has a mild laxative effect that fights slow intestinal transit to relieve constipation.
- It strengthens the immune system and increases the presence of antibodies that help fight infections.
- It has antiparasitic and anti-inflammatory effects that restore digestive health in the presence of these organisms.
- It nourishes the intestinal flora and prevents its deterioration
- 1 1/2 tablespoon cloves (20 g)
- 3/4 cup of flax seeds (about 100 g)
- Grind cloves in mortar or powder.
- Do the same thing for linseed and mix it all up.
- Add two tablespoons of the mixture to a hot cup and drink on an empty stomach.
- Repeat the remedy for 3 days in a row, take a break of three days and take it back.
- Optionally, you can add it to breakfast smoothie or fruit juice.
- Episodes of diarrhea, changes in stool color and texture
- Change of appetite, weight loss for no apparent reason
- Nutritional deficiencies.
- Sensation of fatigue insomnia and irritability
- Inflammation and abdominal pain
- Cough Dry.
- Itching in the vaginal or anal area
- Nausea and vomiting.
Benefits of flaxseed against pests
Known as an important source of fiber, polyunsaturated fatty acids and phytochemicals, flaxseed is an excellent remedy for a wide variety of digestive disorders.
How to prepare this remedy with cloves and flax seeds?
Clove and flax seed remedy can be used as a supplement to treat parasitic infections. However, regular consumption is also advised to prevent these problems.
Mode of consumption
How do you know if you have parasites?
Some parasitic infections do not produce important symptoms. However, when they become complicated, they trigger a series of reactions that make it possible to suspect their development.
These symptoms include:
If these events are more severe as the days go by, it is important to seek immediate medical attention.
To avoid this, it is sufficient to reinforce hygiene measures, especially when handling food or objects of common use.