How to kill roundworm eggs

Updated November 21, 2016

Roundworms are a type of nematode that live inside the intestinal tracts of humans and other animals. Roundworms lay eggs inside the intestines of the host animal. The host animal then defecates, releasing the eggs from the body within the faeces. A human or other animal then ingests the roundworm eggs either by eating meat contaminated with the eggs or by coming into contact with contaminated soil. Several prescription medications kill roundworms and their eggs. However, a natural remedy is also available.

Mince the garlic gloves with a sharp kitchen knife, making the pieces very small. Place the minced garlic into the mixing bowl. Two components in the garlic, allicin and ajoene, kill the roundworms and roundworm eggs within the intestines.

Measure one tablespoon of vinegar and pour it into the bowl with the minced garlic. Roundworms and other parasites infect the body when it is alkaline. The vinegar helps keep the intestinal tract acidic, which can help treat and prevent intestinal parasite infections.

Add one to two tablespoons of sea salt to the mixture. Sea salt helps cleanse the colon and remove parasites such as roundworms and their eggs.

Mix all the ingredients together in the mixing bowl using the spoon.

Drink one tablespoon of the mixture every other day for three weeks to eliminate the roundworms and their eggs from the body.

During the three weeks of treatment, sit in a pot with sweetened and heated milk in it. This will help evacuate the roundworms from the body.


Do not eat for at least two hours after drinking the mixture. Keep the mixture in the refrigerator for the duration of the treatment time. Do not eat sweets or drink milk for the three weeks of treatment.


If the roundworm infection persists after the three weeks of natural treatment, consult a physician. Do not exceed 20 grams of salt in a day, and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated during treatment.

Things You'll Need

  • Six garlic cloves
  • Vinegar
  • Sea salt
  • Knife
  • Mixing bowl
  • Spoon
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