PARASITE CLEANSE DROPS Parasites Flukes
Parasite drops contain Wormwood, Walnut, Liquorice, Senna, Cloves
Did you know ... that you may have one in five chance of having parasites?
Did you know ... that you may show no obvious symptoms of parasite infestation?
Did you know ... that bloating, constipation, diarrhea, food intolerance & excessive fatigue can be a sign of parasite infestation
Dr Galland found that among 197 of his patients who suffered from gastrointestinal symptoms, over half of these patients were found to have Giardia lambia. Martin Lee a Microbiologist found 20% of his higher socio-economic group, were infected with parasites. (Maureen Kennedy Salaman)
Parasite infestation may impair absorption. Different parasites create specific problems for example, a tapeworm can stop Vitamin B12 from being absorbed in the intestines. Others may cause problems with the cilia which in turn interferes with absorption of nutrients especially the vitamin B group.
Kiwikitz™ Parasite Cleanse contains vermifuges - herbs that rid the body of parasites. This blend also contains senna to assist in expelling parasites and Liquorice to aid in alleviating possible griping pains and assist adrenal exhaustion.
How long do I take the Kiwikitz™ Parasite Cleanse for?
Kiwikitz™ Parasite Drops needs to be taken for 4-8 weeks, to interrupt the life cycle of common parasites. The larvae hatch in the small intestines with the whole life cycle taking place in the Gastrointestinal tract
What is the Dosage?
6 months to 1 year old: take 2 drops morning & night in a little water
1-5yrs old: take 4 drops morning & night
Adults: take as directed on bottle. Can be safely doubled. Recommended for children and adults to take twice a year for best results.
Kiwikitz products are designed to support and not a replacement for prescribed medication. Supplements, herbals & rongoa should be avoided by pregnant and breastfeeding mums unless recommended by your health professional. Take supplements & herbals at a different time from medication. Take as directed and if symptoms persist see your health professional.
Avoid if known hypersensitivity to the Asteraceae (Daisy) family