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TRICHINOSIS

Trichinosis is a type of roundworm infection. Roundworms are a type of parasite that stays alive and reproduces by using a person’s body as a host. The infection typically develops in meat-eating animals (carnivores) as a result of eating viable larvae in animal flesh. Animals such as pigs and wild game animals including bears, foxes and walruses are especially susceptible.

A person can become infected, when he or she ingests undercooked meat containing trichinella larvae. Over several weeks, the larvae mature into adult worms in the intestine which then produce larvae that migrate through various tissues in the body, including muscle.

A person with mild trichinosis, may experience only mild stomach or muscle aches or in some cases, no symptoms at all. When an infestation within the body consisting of hundreds of worms exists, more serious symptoms and complications can occur.

Signs and symptoms of mild cases of trichinosis include:

- Diarrhea

- Abdominal cramps

- Malaise (A feeling of general discomfort)

About a week following an infection, larvae produced by the adult female worms that penetrate the intestinal wall, enter the bloodstream and eventually burrow into muscle or other tissue which can result in:

- High fever

Muscle pain and tenderness

- Swelling of the eyelids or face

- Weakness

- Headache

- Sensitivity to light

- Pink eye (conjunctivitis)

Humans become infected with trichinosis when they eat infected meat such as bear, walrus, horse or pork that is undercooked. Or in some cases, a person can become infected by eating beef that was somehow mixed with infected meat. Recently, bear meat has become the most common cause of trichinosis in America.

Conventional medical treatment consists of administering the drug Mebendazole, which is an anti-worm drug. Possible side effects include an allergic reaction.

Following the regimen outlined below can help treat & prevent trichinosis safely and naturally:

Never eat undercooked meat, fish or poultry.

Do not walk barefoot outside in public areas.

Always wash hands after playing with pets and farm animals.

Avoid drinking stream water.

Eat a healthy diet made up of primarily of fruits and vegetables and drink plenty of pure water.

The supplements listed below may also be beneficial:

Grapefruit Seed Extract (take as directed on label) - Effective in destroying parasites. It may be taken internally and used to wash raw fruits and vegetables before eating.

Vitamin C - (A large dose may be necessary) - Stimulates the immune system. It should be taken every 15 minutes until bowel tolerance is reached. Ascorbic acid has been administered intravenously as a successful treatment for Trichinosis. I recommend talking with a naturopathic doctor about ascorbic acid injections.

Cayenne, Garlic and Turmeric (take as directed on label) - Support proper immune system function and help destroy some worms.

Aloe Vera Juice (take as directed on label) - May be taken to soothe the system.

Acidophilus (take as directed on label) - Helps restores normal friendly bacteria levels to the intestines.

Essential Fatty Acids (take as directed on label) - May help protect the intestinal tract.

Multivitamin and Mineral Complex (take as directed on label) - Supports proper nutrition.

Bromelain (take as directed on label) - May help to destroy tapeworms.

Witch Hazel (take as directed on label) - May be used to reduce anal itching.

Because of the large number of illnesses implicating parasites as the cause, a regular natural digestive detoxification program including an anti-parasite formula and colon cleanser to promote proper elimination has been recommended by various naturopaths.

 

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