Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)
Wormwood is one of the most effective antiparasitic herbs in the world, and one of the best natural alternatives to Ivermectin. The active ingredients in wormwood are toxic to most types of intestinal worms, including Giardia lamblia, a parasite responsible for giardiasis. Moreover, wormwood is a strong bitter tonic, which promotes bowel movements and thus the elimination of intestinal parasites.
You can use wormwood in powder form (3-4 teaspoons/day), in cures of ten days maximum, followed by a ten-day break. Wormwood can also be used in enemas, alongside equal parts of flaxseeds and chamomile flowers.
- Put a teaspoon of each plant in a cup of cold water and leave it to soak overnight.
- Strain the cold macerate and set aside.
- Use the remaining plants and scald them in a cup of boiling water, allow the tea to cool for 15 minutes, then and strain.
- Finally, combine the cold macerate and the warm tea.
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