Prostate Care

Intestinal parasites


The two main types of intestinal parasites are helminths and protozoa. Helminths are worms with many cells. Tapeworms, pinworms, and roundworms are among the most common helminths in the United States. In their adult form, helminths cannot multiply in the human body. Protozoa have only one cell, and can multiply inside the human body, which can allow serious infections to develop. Intestinal parasites are usually transmitted when someone comes in contact with infected feces (for example, through contaminated soil, food, or water). In the U.S., the most common protozoa are giardia and cryptosporidium.

Parasite patch is designed to support a normal, healthy immune system by addressing parasitical issues. Consider using when experiencing: Chronic Candida, yeast infections, bloating, digestive problems, brain problems, mucus in the stools, pains in the navel, and chronic fatigue that has been identified as die off from parasite infection. A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. Parasites can cause disease in humans. The burden of these diseases often rests on communities in the tropics and subtropics, but parasitic infections also affect people in developed countries as well.

If you are traveling, it’s important to drink only water you know is safe. Wear the parasite patch for prevention. It’s important to be aware of your environment, wherever you eat and sleep.