Wormwood Herb Powder, Wild Crafted, 1/2 lb.(WP-2)
Wormwood is a great perennial to brighten gardens and flower beds with its bright yellow flowers and silver leaves. Wormwood is an extremely bitter herb that is best taken in tincture or capsule form, and used with caution.
An extremely potent antiseptic herb, Wormwood contains bitter compounds that may help remove intestinal worms and support a healthy liver, kidneys and digestive system. It is also good for stimulating the appetite.
Common Name: Wormwood
Excerpts from Herbal Antibiotics
Though the root is rarely used for medicine, it is extremely powerful, especially for hot, sore infections of the throat and lungs. Some herbalists do not recommend the use of this herb because of its thujone content. Millennia of traditional use support its continued place in the herbal dispensatory.
Wormwood is excellent to expel intestinal worms, stimulate the appetite and liver, and also the uterus. Two of its phytochemicals stimulate digestion and the extract improves liver and gallbladder function in people with liver disease. It is also an effective external antiseptic. Compresses soaked in wormwood tea are recommended for irritations, bruises, and sprains.
A word of warning
- Avoid using it internally during pregnancy.
- This is a very potent herb. Use caution when taking it internally.
- Some people have sensitivities to Wormwood. If you experience any negative symptoms, stop taking immediately.
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Parasite Cleanse Capsules
Wormwood contains sesquiterpene lactones, highly-effective chemical compounds which weaken parasite's membranes and strips them of the ability to survive. That is also why a synthesized derivative of Wormwood is used in anti-malarial medication today. There is no better herb than Wormwood to rid yourself of parasites. That is why it is first. There are however some helpers I would like to use.
Next to our Wormwood, we will add Black Walnut Hull. Black Walnut Hull will move the colon to empty itself of the dying worms and at the same time inhibit certain enzymes the parasites require for metabolic function. Once again, we are killing the worms without ingesting poisons. Aren't herbs fun! Black Walnut Hull powder is full of a chemical compound called Juglone. If you ever look under a Black Walnut tree you will notice many of the plants have stunted growth; Juglone is why.
The last thing we have to deal with is the eggs. Some of these parasites have copious amounts of young brewing in you right now and since we have not eaten poison, they won't die. And trust me, we would very much like for them to die. So now we eat Cloves. Cloves do not kill the parasites - cloves contain a volatile oil called Eugenol which dissolves the hard casing around the parasite's eggs. That, in turn, allows the Wormwood and Black Walnut Hull to do their job and kill them all! Eugenol is the volatile oil responsible for the aroma of cloves and it starts to dissipate as soon as they are ground. We keep only the highest quality products, so to keep our cloves fresh we only sell them whole. You will need to grind the cloves up in your coffee grinder to make them as effective as possible. The irradiated powder cloves you can buy at the grocery store are worthless for eradicating worm's larvae.
The way I would do this parasite cleanse is to get each of the following:
3 bags Gelatin capsules (size 00)
1 Capsule Machine (size 00)
1 .5lb Wormwood powder
2 .5lb Black Walnut Hull Powder
2 .5lb Whole Cloves
Grind up your Cloves, and then use the Capsule-Machine to fill up your 00 Capsules with each of the powdered herbs. When handling the powdered Wormwood, be sure to wear a mask otherwise your mouth will taste horrid and your tongue will go numb. It is a little trouble to fill your own Capsules, but it definitely has some advantages as well. First you know what is in the Capsule. Many suppliers sell pills that are 40, 60, or even 80% fill and only 20% herb, and because there is no oversight of the industry, the only way to be sure is to fill your own. Also, a powdered form of the herb will release slower than a tincture ensuring that it will go through the stomach arriving at the colon, intact. After you get all of your Capsules filled and ready to take you can loosely follow this chart.
Black Green Walnut Capsules (510 total)
First day I take 1 capsule twice a day on an empty stomach.
Second day I take 2 capsules twice a day on an empty stomach.
Third day I take 2 capsules three times a day on an empty stomach.
Then I continue 2 capsules three times a day on an empty stomach for the remainder of three months.
Wormwood Capsules (448 total)
First day I take 2 capsules once a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Second day I take 4 capsules once a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Third day I take 6 capsules once a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Fourth day I take 8 capsules once a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Fifth day I take 10 capsules once a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Sixth day I take 12 capsules once a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Seventh day I take 14 capsules once a day 20 minutes before I eat.
I do this rotation for 14 days on (2 rotations), then 5 days off, then 14 days on, then just do 14 capsules twice a week for the remainder of three months.
Cloves capsules (348 total)
Caution: When grinding your cloves, be sure to use a coffee or spice grinder, as the volatile oils in Cloves can cause damage to a regular blender. Also, it is a good idea to wash (and air-dry) your capsule machine after every few batches of clove capsules, as the oils can eat through the plastic and cause it to become difficult to fill the capsules.
First day I take 1 capsules 3 times a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Second day I take 2 capsules 3 times a day 20 minutes before I eat.
Third day I take 3 capsules 3 times a day 20 minutes before I eat.
I do this 14 days on (not quite 5 rotations), then 5 days off, then 14 days on, then just do 3 capsules once a day for the remainder of three months.