These Parasites Could Be Invading Your Body!
An intestinal parasite responsible for many diseases. In humans it is marked by anemia, abdominal pain and diarrhea. The disease also causes apathy and malnutrition, and in children, underdevelopment. The eggs of a hookworm develop into larvae that are able to penetrate the skin of any person who comes into contact with them. After entering the body, the larvae travel through the bloodstream to the lungs and then the digestive tract. They develop into adult worms and attach to the walls of the small intestine. The anemia is a result of the loss of blood, which the worms drain from the intestinal wall for their nourishment. It is estimated that over 225 million persons are infected with this parasite.
All flukes are parasitic. The liver fluke is about 2.5 cm in length and has a dark red pigment, much like the liver in which it lives. The eggs leave the body of the host animal in its feces and if they are discharged in a body of water, hatch to larvae. The larvae then burrows into a snail making its way to the liver tissue of the snail, where it turns into a spore form. Within the spore form, the larvae escapes from the snail and attaches itself to some object where it encysts. It remains this way until it is swallowed. The cyst wall then breaks down and the larvae migrates to the liver of the host where it develops into an adult fluke.
The fluke is the main cause of schistosomiasis also known as bilharziasis and many other widespread diseases.
An obligate intracellular parasite which can occur on any food touched by a contaminated handler.
To date there is no known effective drug for the treatment of cryptosporidiosis, which is caused by this parasite.
Today it is known that Colloidal Silver will kill this parasite.
These parasites are found in human intestines all over the world. The pinworm is the most common roundworm infestation in the U.S., infecting children more than adults. The pinworm is about 1 cm. long.
Humans become infected after drinking water or eating food contaminated by the eggs of a pinworm. An adult pinworm develops in the intestine and lays eggs in the anal region.
Symptoms of infection are itching, intestinal upset or vomiting and nervousness.
Roundworms are almost worldwide in distribution and are abundant in the surface layers of soils. Many of them are economically and medically harmful, living as parasites in plants and animals, including humans. Roundworm infections are common and frequently go unnoticed, but several species cause serious diseases such as elephaniasis and trichinosis. Left uncured, this worm causes serious damage to the intestinal tract.
Actual roundworms passed by a child.
Flattened worms ranging in length from about 13 mm to 9 m (about 30 ft.). The adult tapeworm is characterized by the presence of a head, equipped with a crown of hooklets for attachment to the intestinal living.
Tapeworms come from consuming processed foods. Dangerous to humans, they can be killed with a frequency generator or Auto-Zapper.