Intestinal worms can easily be contracted from undercooked pork and also from undercooked freshwater fish or beef. They also tend to inhabit muddy and grassy areas visited by dogs and other animals, and you and your children can inadvertently ingest dog feces by licking your fingers, sucking your thumb or you might become infected simply by skin contact. Infection manly occurs through contact with the eggs, the worms themselves or even lice that have been infected by them.There are many potential home remedies for intestinal parasites, and among these are papaya, pomegranates and pumpkin seeds. An extract from each should be effective, though seeds can be eaten as they are supplied. The most famous, of course, is wormwood - and yes, that why it is named wormwood. Used by the ancient Romans and Greeks and other civilizations to clear the gastrointestinal system of worms, wormwood is a very effective 'wormer' for humans.If you are nauseous and vomiting, or suffer diarrhea because of your gastrointestinal worm infestation , then you will likely have to take more frequent doses, although if you have any other gastric condition, refer to your physician before taking any other remedy - herbal or OTC.
Directions: Shake well before opening. Take 1 teaspoon each morning & night for three days. On the fourth day take 2 Quick Colon Capsules. Rest two days & repeat this program 2 more times or as directed by your Health Care Professional. For optimum results take 1 hour before or after meals as to not compete with digestion.Supplement Facts % Daily ValueProprietary Blend: *Black Walnut Leaf, Fennel Seed, Senna Leaf, Tansey Herb, Tame Sage Leaf, Wormwood Herb, Malefern & Wild Sage Leaf.* Daily Value not established.
Warnings: Do not use during pregnancy or while nursing except as directed by your health care professional. Refrigerate after opening. Keep out of reach of children.