Many helminths are free-living organisms in aquatic and terrestrial environments whereas others occur as parasites in most animals and some plants. Parasitic helminths are an almost universal feature of vertebrate animals; most species have worms in them somewhere.
Three major assemblages of parasitic helminths are recognized: the Nemathelminthes (nematodes) and the Platyhelminthes (flatworms), the latter being subdivided into the Cestoda (tapeworms) and the Trematoda (flukes).
Infected people excrete helminth eggs in their faeces, which then contaminate the soil in areas with inadequate sanitation. Other people can then be infected by ingesting eggs or larvae in contaminated food, or through penetration of the skin by infective larvae in the soil (hookworms).
Infestation can cause morbidity, and sometimes death, by compromising nutritional status, affecting cognitive processes, inducing tissue reactions, such as granuloma, and provoking intestinal obstruction or rectal prolapse.
Everything you eat, drink, or handle could be inviting unwanted guests to set up home inside your body. Most people do not want to even think of the possibility of it being true, but it is the reality of the world in which we live in. Harmful organisms affect billions of people worldwide of all races and demographic regions.
In recent medical studies, it has been estimated that 85% of the North American adult population has at least one form of invading organism living in their bodies. Some authorities feel that this figure may be as high as 95%. These intruders live in and feed off the host, depriving them of vitamins, nutrients, and amino acids; altering natural pH levels, decreasing energy levels, and creating an acidic environment within the body.
Compromised health may be a direct result of parasite infestation in our bodies. These invaders live off our body's life-force and the sustenance that we ingest. In addition to a loss of nourishment and cellular damage, the toxicities produced by these creatures play havoc with our immune system and degrade the optimum health of their host. Sickness, disease, and numerous health challenges can be the direct resultant of continued exposure and infestation. But unhealthy organisms can be safely eliminated from the human body.
The purpose of a parasitical organism is to not make itself known. A smart invader lives without being detected because if it is detected, of course, something is going to be done to eradicate it.The longer a parasites is in the human body, the more likely there will be some damage, depending upon the target site of infection.
Inside of a body parasites make it vulnerable for a variety of diseases:
- asthma ;
- dermatitis ;
- insomnia ;
- muscle aches ;
- joint pain ;
- hepatitis ;
- immune disorders ;
- neurodermatitis ;
- cancer ;
- gynecological disorders;
- skin changes;
- absentmindedness - sclerosis;
- cardiovascular diseases;
- omission of vaccine in children.
It is recommended to carry out anti-worm program 1 time per 3 days during 1 month.
- Detoxification of organism;
- Lymphs and detox;
- Regulation of immune system;
- Liver drainage;
- Drainage of kidneys;
- Support of liver and kidneys;
These programs can be used twice a year for prevention.