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January 27, 2020 - Get Rid of the Parasite Paradise With Opti-Para Nutrients


Get Rid of the Parasite Paradise With Opti-Para Nutrients

The gastrointestinal (GI) tract can be considered the main receiving, processing and delivery route of the body.  It is also 80-90 % of the immune system!  Parasites are destructive to the GI System and beyond!
It begins at the oral cavity.  Food items, nutrients, and liquids are ingested and carried down to the stomach. The stomach begins digestion and prepares ingested matter for transport to the small intestines, where processing and delivery to the bloodstream take place. Indigestible units and leftover fiber continue to the large intestine, where recycling and recovery of some water and nutrients occur. Solid waste is then moved on down and exits.
Ideally, only healthful nutrition and beneficial microbes would make the journey. However, it is well known that “stowaways”, such as toxins, parasites, yeast, and pathogenic bacteria hitch a ride, infest and infect.  They often hide in secluded areas to start their life cycles at our expense.
Parasites can be ingested along with contaminated water, food or preparers hands. Parasites are known to live in, on, or leech off a host organism, usurping their resources and energy and leaving deadly waste products.
The estimates of the burden of parasites and their impact include:
  • More than 300,000 people living in the United States are infected with Trypanosoma cruzi, the parasite that causes Chagas disease, and more than 300 infected babies are born every year.
  • There are at least 1,000 hospitalizations for symptomatic cysticercosis per year in the United States.
  • At least 14 percent of the U.S. population has been exposed to Toxocara, the parasite that causes toxocariasis, and each year at least 70 people—most of them children—are blinded by resulting eye disease.
  • More than 60 million people in the United States are chronically infected with Toxoplasma gondii, the parasite that causes toxoplasmosis; new infections in pregnant women can lead to birth defects and infections in those with compromised immune systems can be fatal.
  • Trichomoniasis can cause pregnancy problems and increase the risk of other sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. The Trichomonas parasite is extremely common, affecting 3.7 million people in the United States
These are just a very few of the many parasites that can affect us.  Once a person is infected with a parasite, it is very easy to pass it along. If you have a parasite and do not wash your hands after using the restroom, you can easily pass microscopic parasite eggs onto anything you touch. It is also very easy to contract a parasite when handling animals.
Signs of Being Contaminated
  • Nausea
  • Lack of appetite
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Weight loss
  • General weakness
  • Unexplained constipation, diarrhea, gas, or other symptoms of IBS
  • Trouble falling asleep or wake up multiple times during the night
  • Skin irritation or unexplained rash, hives, rosacea, or eczema
  • Grinding your teeth in your sleep
  • Pain or aching in your muscles or joints
  • Fatigue, exhaustion, depression, or frequent feeling of apathy
  • Never feeling satisfied or full after your meals
  • Anemia
  • Traveled internationally and getting traveler’s diarrhea while abroad
  • History of food poisoning and ‘your digestion has not been the same since’
Anti-Parasite Nutrients
Medicinal plants have been used throughout history to maintain the health, integrity, and security of the GI tract to address the presence of parasites. The modern discipline of pharmacognosy has identified specific chemicals within many medicinal plants that appear to be active molecules, particularly terpenes, alkaloids, and artemisinin.
Terpenes - Originally used to treat malaria, terpenes have been proven to arrest different types of parasite development and inhibit growth. It has been shown to be harmless to humans while deadly to parasites.
Alkaloids - Like bacteria, parasites have developed resistance to drug resistance. Sophora moorcroftiana (S. moorcroftiana) is an alkaloid shrub that grows in Tibet Plateau of China. Decoction of the seeds has been used as a traditional Tibetan medicine to treat parasitosis for years. It acts as helminthic agent and destroys them.
Artemisinin - Derived from sweet wormwood, this nutrient has been proven to kill and digest parasites. It works by breaking down the parasite’s proteins and digesting them.
OHS Opti-Para is formulated to address the health and microbial balance of the GI tract. It contains digestive enzymes from bromelain and papain as well as health-supporting herbs such as sweet wormwood, wormseed, guarana, passionflower, and lavender. Black walnut hull, pumpkin seed, grapefruit seed extract, oregano, and aged garlic bulb provide additional gastrointestinal support. These nutrients are harmless (and beneficial) to humans while poisonous to parasites, like the theobromine in chocolate is harmless to humans yet poisonous to dogs.

Dosing for Opti-Para
Take 2 capsules twice daily, or as directed by a health professional.  It is usually best to give on an empty stomach.
Want to Be Extra Thorough? Pair Opti-Para with Opti-GI
The key to removing parasites is to create an environment they can’t live in, along with load your gut with nutrients proven to remove toxins and parasites: chlorella, psyllium, licorice root, ginkgo biloba, and pectin, found in Opti-GI.

OPTI-GI™ contains a complementary blend of nutrients, herbs, and a probiotic yeast to support the integrity, health, and metabolism of the gastrointestinal tract. It also contains immunoglobulins, patented glutamine, special pectin fibers, and powerful herbs.
Dosing for Opti-GI
Take 2 capsules daily, or as directed by a health professional.

Yours in Health and Wellness,
John W Brimhall, DC, BA, BS, FIAMA, DIBAK, Formulator, Patent Holder

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