Garlic and parasites do not get along in the same environment. Parasites like a cold and filthy environment, whereas garlic provides a clean and warm environment within the body. The heat naturally purges out anything toxic including parasites, viruses and harmful bacteria. When it comes to remedies for parasites, garlic is probably one of the most inexpensive remedies. It can be purchased in bulbs for a few cents at the grocery store. And each bulb contains many cloves, which will last at least a few days.
Garlic is very effective against parasites and therefore, it is important to start off with a few cloves at a time until the body becomes accustomed to it. One to two cloves daily is a good place to start, and one can take up to 5-10 cloves a day for a short period of time. It should not be taken in high volumes for a prolonged period of time because it can potentially damage the digestive tract. It’s important to listen to the body and take it accordingly.
As already mentioned, garlic warms the internal temperature in order to sweat out harmful toxins. It is also a pre-biotic, which helps the body to create friendly bacteria; a natural weapon against parasites, viruses and unfriendly bacteria. Unlike pharmaceuticals, which are designed to target only a specific type of parasite, garlic targets all types of parasites including intestinal and other parasites living in other areas of the body. The substances within the garlic get absorbed into the blood and from there travel to where ever they are needed to clean house.
One small (or huge to some) problem with garlic is that it can leave ones breath smelling pretty garlicky. This is not a favorable smell. It’s actually quite offensive if it comes from a severally toxic person, which is often the case for those suffering from parasites. Thus if taking garlic for parasites, it might be best to take it at night just before heading off to bed. That way the garlic has a chance to wear off before the next morning.
Another way to prevent garlic breath is to take the herb in a capsule form. However, capsules are not near as effective as the raw form.
There are many types of parasite cleanses including kits with wormwood, cloves and blacknut; a coconut oil cleanse; juice fast; and a lemonade cleanse. Garlic can be taken in conjunction with these cleanses or it can be taken in between cleanses in order to keep the parasites from multiplying.