How to Naturally Get Rid of Parasites in Your Body

Updated April 17, 2017

Parasites can create serious and sometimes life-threatening health problems. They are not a bacteria or virus; they are usually much more dangerous than the two. Parasites live in human organs and feed off of blood or the food you eat. These parasites eventually cause health problems. Symptoms of a parasite might be diarrhoea, flatulence or bloating, vomiting or nausea, abdominal pain, disturbed digestion and fatigue or weakness. You can become infected with parasites from travelling, contaminated food or water, mosquitoes, inhaling infected dust, through your skin and even from pets. The best natural way to get rid of parasites is by cleansing the colon.

Discuss treating everyone in the home, including the family pets. Treating only one person in the family will be of no significance if the parasite is still lingering in another family member. Reinfestation would surely occur.

Buy a colon cleanse that consists of black walnut hulls, wormwood and cloves. All three herbs have to be used together to be effective. Black walnut hulls and wormwood hulls rid the body of fully developed and developing parasites. Cloves destroy the eggs that parasites lay to hatch inside your body.

Take three drops of the cleanse by mouth three times per day with your favourite noncarbonated drink. You can also mix it with water. It is recommended that you begin with only three drops, gradually increasing the dose to 10 drops per day for 14 days.

Make and use a probiotic enema to remove parasites from the colon walls. You might be able to remove the parasites from your upper digestive tract, but you will need treatment for the lower digestive tract, which includes the colon, as well.

Prepare the probiotic enema by emptying five probiotic capsules into 30ml of warm water and pour the mixture into your enema bottle or bag. Use the directions on the label or package that your enema bag or bottle came in.


If you haven't been cured of your parasites after treatment you should take the next step to see a doctor.

Things You'll Need

  • Colon cleanse kit
  • Probiotic capsules
  • Enema bottle or enema bag
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Tammy Croft started in 2009 as a professional online editor and started writing articles professionally in 2010. She has written tips on IV set-up, nasal disorders and other health-related topics for various websites. Croft holds an Emergency Medical Technician license with the National Registry of Emergency Technicians.