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   Posted 5/1/2010 4:10 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi edt,

I read your posts on the other thread, and thought I might venture to ask you a question on homeopathic. I had planned to see a homeopath, but right now don't have the time or $ to pursue it. However, I am wanting to treat myself for potential parasites, specifically giardias lambias - as symptoms match. I've done parasite cleanses before and found my fatigue levels improved tremendously. However, I can no longer tolerate the harshness of most cleanses out there (eg. grapseed, oregano oil etc.). The homeopath said you can treat them homeopathically without experiencing the symptoms that come by killing them with those cleanses.

Now what i am wondering is, are there homeopathic remedies available at any reputable places online or health food stores for this specifically? i.e. parasites, and more specifically the giardia type? i know my dr. could prescribe something, but would prefer to find something gentler on the body.

I know you are not a medical doctor and am not asking you to prescribe anything, but just wondering if you have any suggestions or knowledge on homeopathic products (or other) you would suggest.

Thanks for your time in reading my e-mail. Hope you are having a nice week-end,


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   Posted 5/9/2010 8:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Manyembers,
Can you email me directly, I can share some info!

Nana Monster
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   Posted 5/12/2010 3:55 PM (GMT -6)   
Try black walnut hulls, it's an anti-parisitical, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, etc. An all round usage. I've used it for hives, poison ivy,
infantago, scabies, head lice, candida, and other things. It's good to use on kids as my grandaughter gets poison ivy bad and uses
it for maintenace every year.

Nana Monster
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