Also, check-out this freaky stuff from an interview with Dr. Klinghardt:Wendy Myers:
So what are some of the most common parasites that you see in clients? And how do you go about
addressing those?Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt:
Well, the most common parasite we see is the rope worm. The one thing—but there’s still a lot of arguments going on about
them—is it really a creature, is it just [shredded] inner lining of the gut. There is a lot of discussion going on. But the truth is when the rope worm comes out, they have dramatic improvements in their health whatever that thing is.
The treatment for that that we use are the Gubarev protocols, the patented protocol from the Russian scientist. The first one is doing an enema with milk and salt.Wendy Myers:
Hmmm…Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt:
The problem with it, you have to hold it for two hours. Parasites love milk. They come from their hiding places into the gut to feast on the milk. But they cannot sense salt, and the salt paralyzes them. So when you then have a cleansing enema afterwards, the rope comes out with it […]Wendy Myers:
Hmmm…Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt:
So that’s step number one. There is a certain sequence. And you do these enemas every four days. You do the first one, the milk. If it’s productive, you stay with the milk until nothing comes out anymore.
And then you move out to the next one.
And the most dramatic one is the third one using eucalyptus leaves and eucalyptus oil. And the enema, again, you have to hold it for two hours. And with this, we have pictures of people having parasites come out of their nose, out of their eyes, out of their mouth, out of their ears.Wendy Myers:
Wow!Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt:
…unusual places. And people that never believed they had any parasites, we diagnose it differently.
And so, the Gubarov protocol is excellent. And they’re chemically extremely safe. The parasites come out as a whole. It doesn’t matter that they’re stored in their coat.
So, we start with that. And then, we move on—I like the medical drops. My mentor in this area has been Simon Shuer, a physician from St. Louis who developed some beautiful protocols sequencing medical drops. The first one is arbormectin and […][…] We do that for two weeks. And then, alinia, we need further development. That is a very wide spectrum of endoparasitic qualities and crosses the blood-brain barrier.
And then, we use Albendazol. Albendazol, again, is an older drug, a very potent tapeworm drug. And again, one of the only two drugs to cross the blood-brain barrier, Alinia and Albendazol.
And unfortunately, many of our Lyme patients who have parasites in the brain, some of them, we can demonstrate with the MRI, some can only be demonstrated by the clinical changes with it.
For this, we use a variety of products. We have a suppository that contains artemisinin. It’s the drug that got the Nobel Prize in Medicine a year ago. It’s an extract of wormwood and freeze dried garlic.
And by using suppositories, it’s picked up by the portal vein and it gets to the liver. It really cleans out the liver very deeply.
We use the bowel suppository that’s […] microbes. They’re immune-active. There’s a German parasitologist who taught me this.
But then, you add the system infested with parasites. Out of the 100% of power that you need to push them out of the system, with the best drug regime, you can, at most, do 15%. The other 85% have to come out of the patient’s own system, immune system doing that.
And so, by treating Lyme, treating the viruses, immune modulating all the things I’ve mentioned before, we often have to set the stage for the parasites to become treatable. So it’s one thing.
There’s also published research that shows when you treat parasites just with medical drugs, then you look deeper into the cases, they realized they could never clear a system of parasites with medical drugs. You can reduce the body burden, but you can’t clear it. At the end of the article, it suggests, “Well, maybe we should combine it with some natural treatment, and maybe then we’ll be successful.”
But parasite treatment has to be long. Once you find somebody that’s affected with it, you don’t […] The instructions are you take one tablet three times a day for one day and you’re going to be cured.
Well, we have patients that still, after two years, of daily parasite treatment are still pooping out big parasites. And so, that’s the thing. People have to be patient. They have to be diligent. They have to stay with it. And we have to know that there has been conspiracy against developing anti-parasitic drugs. Parasites are not a problem here. Yeah, they’re a problem in Africa. “How much should be in this? They don’t pay their bills.”
And so there’s been a neglect in this area, in the development of appropriate medical drugs. And so they’re always combining medical drugs with the alternatives, the different herbs, different methods, a lot of colonics, a lot of enemas.
And usually, the main improvement happens about
two or three months into a parasite treatment. There are some radical shifts in the patient that are very dramatic and positive. But if you go away with the treatment […], the system will re-establish itself. And so we have to stay on it with varying courses of different things.
I mean just over the last year, […] treatment worked beautiful in the early nineties and late eighties. But it doesn’t work anymore. Parasites have changed, they’re changing all the time.
The last thing I want to say is that WiFi in the house is a huge driver that works to establish a living environment for the parasites. It reduces our immune system […] They get immobilized by the WiFi and the worms benefit from it—or at least they don’t suffer from it the same way. So there’s an imbalance between the two system. It’s a huge factor.bit.ly/2ElVtAZ