Home Remedies for Intestinal Worms - parasites

Hook worms, Round worms, Tape worms, Thread worms





Worms and other intestinal parasites which infest human beings are found in all countries of the world. However, they are more
common in tropical and subtropical areas and are widely prevalent during the rainy season. Children are more often infested
with intestinal worms than adults.





The usual symptoms of intestinal worms are diarrhoea, foul breath, dark circles under the eyes, constant desire for food,
restlessness at night with bad dreams, anaemia, and headaches. Round-worms may give rise to inflammation of the intestine
and lungs, nausea, vomiting, loss of weight, fever, nervousness, and irritability.
Thread worms may cause intense itching in the area around the rectum. They may also cause periodic bouts of diarrhoea
alternating with constipation, loss of weight, cough, and fever. Hookworms may give rise to anaemia and nutritional disorders.

The eggs of these parasites are introduced into the human system through the medium of food or water. Roundworms are
caused by eating contaminated food. Thread worms may enter the body from dirty fingers and food. Hookworms enter tile
human body through bare foot walking on infected earth. Tapeworms are transmitted to the body through undercooked flesh
foods or foods contaminated by dogs.

The real cause of intestinal worms, however, is faulty living. The eggs of these worms, taken into the human body, through
food and water, can breed in the intestines only if they find there a suitable medium for their propagation. This medium is an
intestinal tract clogged with morbid matter.

Home Remedies for Intestinal Worms with Coconut:
Among the numerous home remedies found beneficial in the treatment of intestinal worms, the use of coconu is most effective.
It is an ancient remedy for expelling all kind of intestinal worms. A tablespoon of freshly ground coconut should f be taken at
breakfast, followed by 30 to 60 ml of castor oil mixed 1 with 250 to 375 ml of lukewarm milk after three hours. This process|
may be repeated till the cure is complete.

Home Remedies for Intestinal Worms using Garlic:
Garlic has been used from ancient times by the  Chinese, Greeks, Romans, Indians, and Babylonians for expelling intestinal
worms. It is still used by modem medical practitioners  for the same purpose. Both fresh garlic and its oil are effective. An
ancient method of its administration was to place a couple cloves of fresh garlic in each shoe. As the person walked, the cloves
got crushed, and the worm-killing garlic oil was absorbed by  skin and carried by the blood into the intestines easily, as
possessed a powerful penetrative force. This ancient method is worth a trial by those who do not like the taste of garlic and
cannot eat it. Those who can eat raw garlic, however, should chew three cloves of garlic every morning.

Home Remedies for Intestinal Worms with Carrot:
Carrots are valuable in the elimination of thread worm among children as they are offensive to all parasites. A small en of
grated carrot taken every morning, with no other food added to the meal, can clear these worms quickly.

Home Remedies for Intestinal Worms with Papaya:
The digestive enzyme papain in the milky juice the unripe papaya is a powerful agent for destroying round worm. A tablespoon
of the fresh juice of an unripe papaya, and an equal quantity of honey should be mixed with three to four tablespoon of hot
water and taken as a dose by an adult. This should followed two hours later by a dose of 30 to 60 ml of castor oil mix in 250—
375 ml of lukewarm milk. This treatment should be repeated for two days if necessary. For children between seven to ten ye of
age, half the above doses should be given. For children under three years, a tablespoon is sufficient.

Natural Remedies for Intestinal Worms Using Pomegranate:
The bark, both of the root and the stems of the pomegranate tree, is well known for its anthelmintic properties of destroying
parasitic worms. The bark of the root is, however, preferred as it contains a greater quantity of the alkaloid punicine than the
bark of the stem. This alkaloid is highly toxic to tapeworms. A cold decoction of the bark, preferably fresh bark, should be
given in quantities of 90 to 180 ml three times, at intervals of one hour, to an adult. A purgative should be given after the last
dose. The dose for children is 30 to 60 ml. The decoction is also used for expelling tapeworms.

Home Remedies for Intestinal Worms with Papaya seeds:
Papaya Seeds are also useful for Intestinal Worms. They are in a substance called caricin which is a very effective medicine for
expelling round worms. The seeds should be powdered taken in doses of one teaspoon with one cup of milk or water daily
in the morning on an empty stomach. The alkaloid found in papaya leaves also has the power to destroy or expel intestinal
worms. An infusion can be made by pouring 250 ml of boiling water over 15 gm of dry leaves. This can be taken with honey.

Home Remedies for Intestinal Worms with Calamus:
Another valuable remedy for expelling in worms is the herb calamus. The bitter element in this herb, acorin, is an anthehnintic.

Home Remedies for Intestinal worms with Pumpkin:
The seeds of ripe pumpkin are useful in intestinal worms, especially tapeworms. One tablespoon of the seeds should be peeled
and crushed, and then infused in 250 ml of boiling water and drunk. This will kill the parasites and help in expelling the
tapeworms. It will be necessary to fast for a day and empty the intestines by taking the juice of boiled dry prunes. The next
day, three or four tumblers of the pumpkin seed infusion should be taken.


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