Very often we receive questions about taking chemical antiparasitic drugs, such as Decaris, Vermox, etc.,
For example, these:
«Hello. Please tell me: the whole family was treated with Decaris once. there were no side effects other than a metallic taste and a feeling that something had moved from the nasopharynx. Could it be a «parasite»? And is it worth taking it a second time in a week or is it better to choose another drug. I’m afraid of terrible side effects. Thanks.»
“To increase immunity, I took decaris and now I feel terrible consequences: dizziness, ringing in the ears, weakness, heart palpitations. The instructions indicate that decaris can provoke encephalopathy. Are the consequences of taking Decaris reversible?»
People are afraid of the side effects of antiparasitic drugs, so they naturally have a question: “which antiparasitic agent to choose?”
For example, Decaris, like any chemical antiparasitic drug, can cause side effects, including quite serious ones (severe changes in the blood, encephalopathy). The worst thing is that such complications can develop even after a single use — this is due to the individual sensitivity of the body to this drug, intolerance, and an acute immunological reaction (how lucky here). Decaris, indeed, can cause a perversion of smell and taste, perhaps a metallic taste in the mouth is associated with this, and in many people a perversion of smell.
The effectiveness of decaris is limited by its effect only on roundworms — nematodes, and also it does not affect the larval stages of parasites. It is effective for the expulsion of those worms that are retained in the host’s body due to its muscular activity — it paralyzes the muscular system of the helminth and it is excreted from the body naturally due to the intestinal peristalsis of the host.
Therefore, decaris is not effective for expelling those types of parasites that are firmly fixed on the intestinal mucosa, as well as for expelling tapeworms and most flukes.
Based on the foregoing, we decided to formulate and briefly outline the modern requirements for antiparasitic programs.
1. Antiparasitic programs are most often relevant in children — that’s why they must be safe in the first place! Read the instructions carefully, especially the side effects section. I think comments are unnecessary here.
2. Given the high likelihood of re-infection with parasites, especially in high-risk categories and, for example, in children, an antiparasitic drug must be suitable for repeated use, and for this it must be safe. That is, it must be such that it can be safely used in repeated courses, without fear of complications and side effects.
3. An antiparasitic drug must be suitable for long-term use during the entire parasite development cycle (from 30 to 90 days), and this is possible only if it is safe (see item 1)
4. It is highly desirable that the remedy for parasites be of a wide spectrum of action and have an effect on different classes of parasites (helminths — round and flat worms, their larval stages, protozoa — Giardia, Giardia cysts (very important!). It is desirable to have the effect of cleansing the body of toxins, after parasites, and also restored damaged internal organs.
5. It is desirable that the antiparsitic agent has an effect on all stages of development of parasites: adults, larval stages, eggs of parasites and cysts (dissolves the shell of eggs and cysts).
6. The mechanism of action of the antiparasitic program on helminths should not be associated with their destruction, but with blocking their movement (muscle activity), which reduces the risk of intoxication during the antiparasitic program due to the death of the parasite.
7. An antiparasitic drug should contain components that tone the muscular wall of the intestine, improve its peristalsis for the timely expulsion of the parasite from the host organism.
8. Antiparasitic agents must necessarily include choleretic components, especially when it comes to giardiasis.
9. An antiparasitic drug should have an anti-inflammatory and «calming» effect on the intestinal mucosa. This will help save you from possible exacerbations during the antiparasitic program.
10. It is desirable that the antiparasitic drug also act as a soft sorbent for binding toxins in the intestine.
11. If we are talking about a herbal antiparasitic agent, then the choice should be for 3rd generation herbal remedies, for example, dietary supplements that have GMP certification (ask for a certificate from the manufacturer — it guarantees the quality and use of high technologies in its production).
To date, the drug «Auxilium» has all the properties listed above.
It uses the unique property of plants to produce their own plant antibiotics — phytoncides, which are analogues of our blood’s immune antibodies.
The essential oils that make up the «Auxilium» are a complex natural phytoncide complex that can relieve many diseases, because. it is bactericidal. The plant does not care which enemy attacks it — it defends itself from everyone. This makes the volatile complex universal.
It is important to note that with long-term use, plant complexes, unlike chemotherapy drugs, not only do not have side effects, but also have a general healing effect on the body.
The bitterness of all the herbs that make up the «Auxilium» increase the release of hydrochloric acid, gastric and other digestive juices, which have a detrimental effect on existing parasites and prevent re-infection.
Since the preparation is MULTIPLE COMPONENT, it will not only destroy the parasites (as many SINGLE-COMPONENT preparations do), but it will methodically, step by step, destroy the larvae of the parasites and cleanse the body of their harmful effects, heal the damage to the internal organs caused by the parasites.