20 years of experience, has shown this product to handle many different types of Parasites.
Interestingly, Paragen. has become a piece to the puzzle for Lyme Disease. Lyme has a malarial component too. This product handles the cycle the bacteria and viruses that are associated with Lyme disease.This is a MUST for anyone going on a trip beyond the USA. Again many years of experience, have proved this product keeps most from illness from any parasite while overseas.
Ingredient: Maclura Pomifera (this product is the purest form of the active Pomifitrin: That is anti-tumoral, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-oxidant, anti-fungal, anti-oxidant.)
Parasites should make the news media’s Front Page or Lead Story due to its pandemic proportions. The sad thing is that I’ve heard many people say that their medical doctor says that parasites are only in third- world countries. I’d like to show these doctors the hundreds of round worms and the numerous tapeworms our patients have released in the stool. Hansa Center has recorded a 9 foot tapeworm that came out three feet at a time in the toilet, from a woman that was not from a third world country, as a matter of fact, she had never been out of the US, nor was she skinny, as is always thought to be the case in tapeworms.
One of my favorite things to do is to introduce Paragen™ to missionary groups going to 3rd world countries. Below you can read the testimony of one such group. It never fails, the people who take the Paragen™ stay well and the people in the same group who do not take it will get sick. So, take Paragen™ prophylactically, in other words as a preventative, when you go on a mission trip. And the worst case scenario, if there is no alarm for parasitic infection, then you give your body a good dose of an anti-microbial, anti-fungal, anti-tumoral, and anti-oxidant for a week or two. Watch this video about Paragen by Dr. Sara
Patient picture of roundworms expelled from use of Paragen
Dr. Sara, Another picture of roundworms expelled from use of Paragen
Dear Dr. Sara,
We have contacted you in the past for medicine for our youth group (TLC from Meade) going to Ecuador. We are again planning a trip with high school kids to Ecuador. We will be ministering to children in the jungle by holding 2 Bible schools. They consider it high jungle. They have said there are no mosquitos because of the elevation. In the past, we have taken paragen for the whole team and given one squirt daily to everyone. We have kept everyone well and felt like this makes a difference. We hear of many other teams that have gotten sick while there. I think in the past we have used about 15 small bottles of paragen and would like that again. Let me know if you think this will be enough or if we need more of something. Thanks so much for all your help.
–Michelle, Protection, Kansas
As a last parting note, diarrhea, yeast overgrowth, and irritable bowel syndrome are almost always the result of parasites. Try Paragen on your toughest cases and be amazed.
Side Note: Pomiferin™ of the Maclura pomifera tree it is anti-tumoral, anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant.
Ingredients: Maclura pomifera fruit extract
Ethanol formula contains 20% Ethanol (pharmaceutical grade) and distilled water.
The practice of worming horses and farm animals in accordance with the lunar cycles is an old tradition that can offer a surprising degree of success. C. Edgar Sheaffer, VMD, of Clark Veterinary Clinic ( www.clarkvetclinic.com ) in Palmyra, PA, is a homeopathic veterinarian .”In general,” Dr. Sheaffer says, “most parasitic conditions can be addressed best with a natural wormer, used between the new and full moons.”
Dr. Sheaffer cites a North American research trial using 14,000 certified organic laying hens, some of which had heavy worm loads (ascarids, large tape and round worms). The hens were started on a therapeutic treatment for seven days, beginning on the new moon. “At the end of the trial, there was a 24% reduction in roundworms, and a 90% reduction in tapeworms, using homeopathic plant remedies added to the chickens’ drinking water. It appeared, from this trial, that tapeworms were also more susceptible to herbal wormers than roundworms.” Field trials with horses, he said, suggest a similar pattern.
“the female strongyle worm ovulates between the new and full moons. Wormers given at this time may disrupt her egg-laying cycle. So, if you can disrupt the full, 7- to 14-day, egg-laying cycle, you can disrupt strongyles.”
The Boer Goat magazine Author, Diana Manseau, from Farm & Herbals, says, “worming of any sort is best done DURING the full moon because this is the time when the parasites detach from the walls of the oorgans and lining of the intestine to breed and lay eggs. Any natural worming program should last seven to 14 days to allow the parasites to complete the breeding cycle and the new eggs to hatch. “