Photo: Toxoplasma Gondii Parasite - Indiana University School of Medicine
Crohn's disease and parasites? Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory condition that can effect the whole body including the gastrointestinal system but in most cases Crohn's disease affects the small intestines, or the upper stomach.
Crohn's comes under the umbrella of what is called inflammatory bowel diseases and is linked with many unpleasant gastrointestinal symptoms, for example abdominal pain, weight loss, and diarrhea arthritis, skin rashes and fatigue.
Mainstream medical have never found a cause for Crohn's. It seems to be related to a persons environment or having a genetic predisposition (inherited). A persons diet may be connected with the development of Crohn's if high in animal and milk proteins, as too much polyunsaturated fatty acids omega-6 to omega-3. Bacterial infection has also been put forward as a possible cause.
The parasite that is responsible for the condition known as toxoplasmosis is called T. gondii; a single celled parasite that can live quite happily inside a healthy human host without causing any symptoms. T. gondii is carried by cats and only in cats does it reproduce. There may be a link to crohn's disease.
If your immune system is low and out of balance the T. gondii parasite can cause some very nasty symptoms, including Crohn's disease. If you become infected with T. gondii you may not realise it. A strong immune system is able to keep this parasites from getting out control. There are huge amount of people infected with the T. gondii parasite. At least 1/3 of the human population.
Symptoms of the infection vary and can come and go:
Pharmaceutical medication: This is one available to treat toxoplasmosis. Pyrimethamine (Daraprim). used for malaria. Side effects- prevents your body from absorbing the B vitamin folate (folic acid, vitamin B-9), bone marrow suppression and liver toxicity.
Cryptosporidium Parasite (krip-toe-spoe-rid-e-uh)
The Cryptosporidium Parasite enters the body and the attaches itself to the lining of your colon, or bowel. You won't know you swallowed it as it can take several days for gastrointestinal symptoms to develop, and become apparent. You may not have any symptoms at all, so may never know it is living in your body. Cryptosporidium spores, (or oocyst) can live for long periods in the environment without a host. Both human and animals can be infested with this parasite. There are 24 different species of Cryptosporidium.
The Cryptosporidium Parasites enters through mouth and then travels into the digestive system if the host:
The Cryptosporidium Parasites lives in the bowel (colon) of its host. It attaches to the intestinal lining. These parasites pass out of the host through the faeces. It can spread really fast from one person to another. If an infected person does not wash their hand after going to the toilet then the parasite can end up on the handles of doors, in food, or if another person then handles any item they may have touched. The Cryptosporidium Parasite can develop into a more serious illness if the host is already unwell and their immune system is low.
Cryptosporidiosis out breaks spread from young children to people close to them, people who travel and people working with animals.
If you have a strong immune system you can cope with the infestation. People remain infectious for a few weeks after symptoms subside. A herbal parasite cleanse would ensure that these parasites are completely gone from your intestines.
Micro Photo Above: Intestinal Fluke
Fluke (Trematode ) - Intestinal Human Parasite The fluke is a flatworm that is ingested from un-cooked fish, unwashed vegetables, unwashed fruits and infested animal flesh. Flukes cause nasty lung and digestive track problems in humans. The fluke invades the small intestines to start with and then spread by way if the blood and lymphatic system.
The fluke parasite gets its name from the suckers on the outside of its body, which it uses to suck nutrients from its host.
Treatment for the fluke parasite can be either through the medical medication or natural herbal treatments.
Micro Photo Above: Human Blood Fluke
The blood fluke is responsible for blood infections. Symptoms can be a fever. Blood flukes spread throughout the bloodstream affecting other organs and glands. According to Mark Zimmer, author of Parasite Rex, the blood flukes are not microscopic creatures; they can grow to be a centimeter long.
The liver fluke sucks the bile from the human liver rendering the liver unable to be absorbed fats. Liver fluke can survive quite happily eating your liver, producing inflammation and other liver problems. An adult liver fluke produces and is not limited to 25000 eggs per day. If not diagnosed the liver fluke can cause a liver disease called Fascioliasis.
The Intestinal Digestive Tract Fluke - is known as a flatworm. It survives in the small intestine and produces unpleasant digestive problems. Flukes attach to the intestinal walls causing symptoms
Irritates the lungs and causes inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, which is the upper airways being the nose and nasal passages, para-nasal sinuses, the pharynx, including the portion of the larynx. The lung fluke gets misdiagnosed as bacteria infection and treated with antibiotics, or a viral infection and sent home to bed.
People diagnosed with lung flukes may be administered an experimental drug called Tribendimidine, or a generic drug called Praziquantel.
Side effect: Praziquantel https://www.drugs.com/sfx/praziquantel-side-effects.htmlSide effects
Side affects of Tribendimidine reported in the Side Effect of Drugs Annual 36 by Sidhartha D. Ray eBook available on Amazon for hard copy A$541.89 or eBook $321.33 Google Play.
There is a natural herbal parasite cleanse that is inexpensive and does not produce the side effects that medication may. Our organic parasite cleanse is made with fresh organic herbs and spices, These herbs are known for their ability to eliminate flukes, as well as making this process easier by helping support the liver, gallbladder and the whole intestinal tract.
As yet there is no diagnostic test available to identify all parasites. It is left mainly to the individual to research their own symptoms against a check list of parasitic induced symptoms and decide if any chronic health problems relating to any of the symptoms listed here may be due to parasites in whatever form. Digestive problems diagnosed as IBS, bloating etc could be parasites and therefore it would make sense to consider an organic parasite cleanse.Buy Organic Parasite Cleanse
The Black walnut Hull is a very effective herb for all parasites, including toxoplasmosis. The black walnut hull contains natural tannins that kill not only parasites but also fungus, and yeast. Research has found that black walnut is highly effective at eliminating over a 100 different parasites in the body.
Wormwood helps with digestion, kills parasites, including toxoplasmosis. Wormwood stimulates the gallbladder to produce and the release bile, supports the liver and gallbladder function and is a good source of antioxidants.
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This article is for educational purposes only. Self diagnosis can he harmful to your ongoing health. If your symptoms persist consult with your doctor or health practitioner.