There are many types of parasitic worms (helminths) that use the human body as their host. These include roundworms, pinworms, hookworms and flatworms.
The good news is that bioresonance has proved an effective treatment for parasites
They frequently infect the lungs or intestines and can even be coughed up. The eggs produced by the adult worms are very resistant, and can live in soil in either freezing or hot dry weather. Bio-resonance therapy for ascaris worms include testing to see if you have them first. They are transmitted by contaminated food and a number of cases show that humans can become very ill after becoming infected after eating infected sushi.
Pinworms are a fairly common infestation in children, and are very hard to control or eliminate without bioresonance treatment. The worms lives in the large intestine. The adult worm moves to the anus to lay thousands of eggs and often these eggs are transmitted from a child’s fingers from the itching anal area to the mouth, which can create a perpetual infestation. In addition, the eggs that are expelled may live in the external enviroment for months. As you can imagine, washing hands, keeping fingernails clean, and avoiding putting fingers in the mouth are all essential to breaking the Pinworms lifecycle.
Hookworms are parasites that live in the small intestine and suck blood from the host, causing anemia. hookwormThe eggs are distributed in the soil, and after they hatch, the lavae are able to penetrate the intact skin of bare feet. The best prevention of this type of infestation is proper sanitation and wearing shoes in area where soil is contaminated.
The small worm trichina is found in undercooked pork. After ingestion, the worm travels to the muscles of the host and causes a disease known as trichinosis.
These include tapeworms, which are spread by infected improperly cooked meats. Tapeworms have been known to come out themselves as this video shows. Tapeworms infect the intestine, but other flatworms may infect the blood, lungs or liver. Its important you visit a qualified bioresonance practioner because a tapeworm can grow to a few meters in length and the frequencies can vary over its length.
Intestinal flukes (trematodes) are flat hermaphroditic worms that vary in length from a few millimetres to many centimetres. Approximately 70 species are known to colonise the human intestine, but only a few species are known to cause actual infection. The most common human intestinal trematode is Fasciolopsis buski. The parasite fasciolopsis buski has been found in many people with cancer, so as a possible trigger, it is important to have bioresonance treatment for these parasites.
After using the Smart Life devises of Bio-resonance therapy for parasites symtoms may subside after a few days, some people have seen the evidence in the toilet bowl which proves to us that it really works.