The so called health and medical community have purposely hidden the issue of parasites.  Doctors in the early 1900’s knew parasites were a problem and regularly dewormed their patients, but we have been lead to believe that parasites are only in our animals or found in 3rd world countries.  In fact we have been eating parasites since we were children, most pass through or are eliminated by the immune system, but a few get into the blood stream or make homes in our gut.  Research has shown that 100% of cancer patients have been found to have parasites and it is being suggested that cancer is parasite cysts.  They have also shown that multiple sclerosis is also probably caused by parasites and is not an autoimmune disease. 

“In fact, parasites have killed more humans than all the wars in history,”  The Body Snatchers-National Geographic documentary 

What is a parasite?
A parasite is an organism (a living thing) that lives on or inside another organism, known as the host.  The parasite relies on the host for survival, often causing harm to the host in the process.  Parasites come in various forms, including worms, protozoa, and ectoparasites.

Types of Parasites
There are two main groups of parasites: 

  • Ectoparasites (external parasites) who live on the outside of the host’s body, such as ticks, fleas, and lice.
  • Endoparasites live inside the host’s body, including worms and protozoa.

“Every living thing has at least one parasite that lives inside or on it, and many, including humans, have far more. Scientists are only just beginning to discover exactly how powerful these hidden inhabitants can be, but their research is pointing to a remarkable possibility: Parasites may rule the world. The notion that tiny creatures we’ve largely taken for granted are such a dominant force is immensely disturbing. We are collections of cells that work together, kept harmonized by chemical signals. If an organism can control those signals—an organism like a parasite—then it can control us—and therein lies the peculiar and precise horror of parasites.”  Discover magazine August 2000

How do parasites affect the immune system of their hosts?
Parasites have evolved various mechanisms to evade a host’s immune system to ensure their survival and replication. These strategies include:

  • Passive Evasion: Parasites can hide from the immune system by invading immune-privileged tissues, such as the central nervous system or eye.
  • Active Evasion: Parasites can change their surface antigens to avoid recognition by the host’s immune system.
  • Immune Suppression: Parasites can suppress the host’s immune response, making it difficult for the host to mount an effective defense.

Immune Modulation
Parasites can also modulate the host’s immune system, influencing its function and response. This can lead to:

  • Immune Suppression: Parasites can suppress the host’s immune response, making it difficult for the host to mount an effective defense.
  • Immune Activation: Parasites can activate the host’s immune response, leading to inflammation and tissue damage.
  • Immune Polarization: Parasites can polarize the host’s immune response, shifting it towards a Th2 response, which can exacerbate allergic diseases.

Note: The information in this article is for you to get a greater understanding of the parasite issue. GEMA, GEMU and PanTerraVida are not recommending or supporting any specific treatments for parasites or any disease.  It is up to you to do your own research and make your own decisions on your health. 

Parasites🦟🦟🦟—Things you should know!

“Rice Like” creatures have infested this body. People worry about “worms” eating them after they are buried instead of understanding they are eating you while you are living! Pathologists know!

How Undiagnosed Parasite Infections Cause Chronic Health Conditions

Most Americans are inclined to believe that parasitic infections are a rare occurrence, limited to those who have traveled outside of our country. But the reality is parasitic infections are way more common than you probably think. The CDC estimates that millions of American’s are currently affected by parasites. Yet, these infections often go overlooked for many years due to symptoms overlapping with many other chronic health conditions.

Symptoms of a parasite often manifest as gastrointestinal distress but can also cause other conditions such as fatigue, weight loss, micronutrient deficiencies, rashes, inflammation, immune impairment, and even autoimmune activation.

The Four Most Common Routes of Parasitic Infection

  • Undercooked meats and contaminated produce
  • Insect vectors
  • Sexual contact
  • Passage through the skin, nose, and mouth

Parasitic Infection Signs & Symptoms
Parasites can live in the intestines for years without causing symptoms. When they do, symptoms include the following:

  • Digestive issues such as diarrhea, constipation, or gas
  • Skin disorders like eczema, hives, or unexplained chronic itching
  • Fatigue, even after a good night’s sleep
  • Grinding your teeth while sleeping
  • Nutrient deficiencies, especially anemia
  • Anxiety (possibly due to nutrient deficiencies)
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Itching around your rectum

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“Myrrh has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years. It is mentioned several times in the Bible in writings as old as Psalms and the Song of Solomon. Ester was given myrrh for 6 months. Wiseman brought Jesus’ parents frankencense & myrrh at his birth. 

Despite this ancient record of use, clinical trials on myrrh were lacking until recently, when a group of Egyptian scientists examined its value in the treatment of fascioliasis (liver fluke). 

Since then a number of other clinical studies have been published which suggest that the clinical use of myrrh represents a significant advance in the herbal treatment of parasites. What is particularly interesting is that myrrh seems to be active against parasites that infest deeper in the body than the gut, such as in the liver and bladder.”

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A conservative estimate is that 5% of people in North America and Europe are currently infected with parasites. Some authorities feel that this figure may be as high as 95%. There are more kinds of human parasites than there are people on the earth! That’s over 7 billion (of which 75,000 to 300,000 species are parasitic worms, the other major parasites being protozoa, fungi, bacteria and viruses).  Read more…

Chimps use more plant medicines than any other animal

Study suggests sick chimpanzees go out of their way to find plants with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties

For several decades, evidence has accumulated that animals turn to medicinal plants to relieve their ailments. Chimpanzees (and some other species) swallow leaves to mechanically clear the gut of parasites. Chimps also rely on the ingested pith of an African relative of the daisy, Vernonia amygdalinato rid themselves of intestinal worms. Dolphins rub against antibacterial corals and sponges to treat skin infections. And recently, a male Sumatran orangutan was observed chewing the leaves of Fibraurea tinctoria, a South Asian plant with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and dabbing the juice onto a wound.

These instances of animals playing doctor with therapeutic plants have typically been identified one by one. Today, in PLOS ONE, a multinational team proposes adding 17 samples from 13 plant species to the chimpanzee pharmacopia.

“The paper provides important new findings about self-medication behavior in wild chimpanzees,” a topic that’s still relatively unknown, says Isabelle Laumer, a cognitive biologist at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior and lead author on the orangutan self-medication paper who was not involved in the new chimp research.  Read more…