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Vaxa Parasitic Cleansing Program (Colon-Aid, 2 Parasitin, Reflora)

Vaxa Parasitic Cleansing Program (Colon-Aid, 2 Parasitin, Reflora)

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Complete Parasite Cleansing Kit. Natural Remedy for Parasites.*
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Parasitic Cleansing Program by Vaxa


Did you know that:
  • there are at least five common kinds of parasites that invade the human body?
  • the World Health Organization reported that 85% of the world's population is infected with parasites in varying degrees ranging from mild to severe?
  • people do not know they are infected because their symptoms are similar to the symptoms of other health disorders
  • some parasites can hatch as many as 300,000 eggs a single day
The media talks about widespread parasitic infection in poor, developing countries. But even if you live in industrialized societies like the United States, you are not spared. Parasites are everywhere. We can get them in our homes, in the foods we eat, from our pets, in public places, and from friends.

What is a Parasite?

First: a parasite is a living organism.
Second: it needs a host body like your body to survive.
Third: it can also live through other organisms like plants or animals. This means that for them to survive, they need to live off another body. From that body, they "steal" nutrients and invade the cells and organs of the host.

Parasites multiply by hatching thousands of eggs or by cell division.

Is there a way to kill parasites in our body?

Yes, there are certain medications to eliminate parasites. The question, however, is: can one medication kill them all? Remember that we're talking about thousands of eggs that are "born" every single day.

The question then should be: how do we prevent parasites from entering our bodies?

As the saying goes, prevention is a better alternative to treatment. The idea is to NOT make it happen. How?

Parasites: the Vaxa Solution

One recommended solution is a thorough cleansing of the body. This is where Vaxa Parasitin Cleansing Program can help. It is scientifically formulated as a homeopathic approach to the human gastrointestinal system. It contains phytomedicinals that have the capability to attack common parasites like protozoans, roundworms, flukes and all tapeworm species (including the head or scolex). Vaxa Parasitin was developed to broadly cover different people who have different types of parasitic infections. Unlike other products, Vaxa Parasitin can fight all the known parasites within its formulation. Other products are developed to attack only some parasites. Parasitin is an effective product because it can be used only every six months.

If used with Vaxa's colon cleanser, Colon-Aid, it will cleanse and purify the intestines by eliminating all the parasitic residues and debris. It performs another important role: it will help the body self-repair any cellular wall damage caused by parasites. Another Vaxa product, ReFlora, will replenish good bacteria in the gut which invading parasites have destroyed.

For the convenience of consumers interested in a complete body cleansing, Vaxa's 30-day Parasitic Cleansing kit contains all these three products:
  • Parasitin
  • Colon-Aid
  • ReFlora
Vaxa's 30-day Parasitic Cleansing Program contains two (2) bottles of Parasitin (240 capsules), and one (1) bottle each of Colon Aid (120 capsules) and ReFlora (60 capsules).

Vaxa Parasitin: How Soon Can I Expect Results?

Right after taking it! You will begin to excrete parasites and parts of them in your feces. By eliminating parasites, you will feel renewed and energized. For 100% cleansing, take Parasitin for at least 30 days. This will ensure that all parasitic parts - heads, eggs and larvae - do not remain inside your body. Any ones remaining in your body can reproduce and harm your immune system again.

Parasites and Microbials: should we be afraid?

If something is stealing our body's reserves and destroying our good bacteria, shouldn't we be afraid? What we don't know is that parasites could already be feasting inside our bodies. They infect everyone. There are more than 1,000 known parasites that can enter your body at different stages of your life. In fact, some medical researchers tend to believe that parasites are responsible for dreadful human diseases like liver damage, HIV, cancer and diabetes. It can at times be difficult to come up with a parasitic diagnosis because symptoms of parasitic infection can mimic symptoms of other disorders such as abdominal cramps, the flu, common cold, anemia, chronic fatigue syndrome, a lack of iron, weight loss (or gain), migraines, neurological disorders and others.

Parasites are particularly attracted to a person with a pH imbalance; that is, someone with more acid than alkaline. When parasites invade, they further promote this imbalance by releasing toxic substances that can make a person's pH either too acidic or too alkaline.

How Parasitic Infection Starts

The majority of parasites that invade the human body are found in the food and water we drink.

Food examples:
  • raw meat that has not been cooked at sufficient temperatures (beef, poultry and pork)
  • fresh seafood (raw oysters, sushi, grilled salmon)
  • fruits and vegetables that have not been properly cleansed and rinsed.
Water examples:
  • drinking untreated or contaminated water
  • swimming in polluted lakes and rivers
Person-to-person contact is also a source of parasitic infections. The simple acts of drinking from the same glass, using the same utensils for different cooking activities (as in using the same knife for cutting meat for a stew and slicing apples for a pie), kissing another infected person (a kiss on the cheek may be harmless), sneezing, and contact with the bodily fluids of another person. Animals and family pets are common parasite carriers (fleas, ticks or mites). Stroking our pets can promote infection; a case in point is when parasite eggs that live in our pet's coat transfer to our hands, nose and mouth.

Breathing air that is polluted is also a potential source of parasites. One type of parasite - the pinworm - is transmitted through the air we breathe. This means that family members can catch the same parasite.

Aren't Parasites Blocked by our Immune System?

The short answer: no. The long answer: Parasites are the perfect examples of "survival of the fittest." Mysteriously, they are not easily spotted. Yes, our healthy immune system can fight bacteria and parasites but cannot ward off all of them. When our immune system is compromised or weak, it becomes powerless to fight those parasites that are particularly multi-cellular in nature, and those that are bigger and stronger than some bacteria and viruses. Some parasites can even penetrate the walls of our immune system. This is evident when they invade white blood cells, curtail our immune defenses and produce and spread antigens. Because most of them are invisible, they can spread throughout the body in ways we don't know about. They move from one location to another and transform themselves into different sizes and shapes. This makes it difficult for our immune system to fight them - like it's color-blind, and hence powerless.

Types of Parasites

Our fear of parasites should be universal. What do we mean? There are no such things as "safe or harmless" parasites. We should be afraid of all of them. Why? For these reasons: there are many types that roam around, there are too many channels through which they can be contracted, and they can go undetected.

Parasites can be Protozoans, flatworms, roundworms and tapeworms.

Protozoans are parasites that can only be seen under a microscope. They thrive in our water sources and can invade all human tissue. A common consequence of protozoan infection is malaria. These parasites spread through bad or contaminated water or insects (mosquitoes). If left untreated they can "reside" in our bodies for a long time, compromising our health and making possible the recurrence of diseases like malaria fever.

Flatworms are also called flukes or Trematodes. They can be found everywhere including Europe and North America. As their name suggests they are flat or oval in shape. Found in marine and fresh water, there are over 20,000 species; they are difficult to get rid of once they enter the body. They can multiply over a long period of time, usually by as long as 20 years. One particular flatworm species is the Fasciolopsis buski. It measures 1 mm to 70 mm (or about 3-1/2 inches). They invade human intestine and tissue and can go as far as the liver, kidneys and heart.

Also called Nematodes, roundworms are parasites that infect people and usually find a home in our intestines. Roundworms are more commonly found in hot climates instead of in cold climates and range in size from 1 mm to as long as 1 meter. Probably the most common roundworm infection is Ascariasis and about 1 billion people all over the world are infected. Roundworms can transfer from one person to another through the skin and can travel to all parts of the body.

Tapeworms are also called Cestodes. Unlike protozoans, tapeworms are visible to the human eye because they are the largest type. They are also very mobile, moving from one location to another once inside a person's body. They are called segmented worms because they contain about 50,000 eggs and each egg has about 3,000 to 4,000 segments. This means that millions of eggs are released every single day. Tapeworms are known for their longevity, capable of living up to 25 years. Since they are large parasites, they can grow to up to 33 feet inside the digestive tract. Their eggs - larvae - can be found everywhere and they challenge our defense or immune system. Take the example of the tapeworm Sparganosis. This is an adult tapeworm that can grow to as long as 40 inches. They like to penetrate the mucous lining of the small intestine but are also found in different organs and tissues and can live indefinitely.

How Does Vaxa Parasitin Work for People with Parasites?

Phytomedicinals are one of the major ingredients of the natural parasite remedy, Parasitin. These phytomedicinals are potent fighters against parasites. It also has micro-nutritionals that help people ward off the further spread of parasitic "leftovers." For example, Vaxa Parasitin contains the enzymes papain, an extract from the passion fruit, papaya. What papain does is it melts the threadworms, flatworms and roundworms within the intestines; it can do this because of the combination of wormwood, cloves and black walnuts with green shells. Genistein is another enzyme found in Vaxa Parasitin and it puts a stop to ortho-phospho-tyrosine which comes from toxins secreted by flukes. This brings about a halt in the regeneration of flukes, preventing cell division in infected spots.

In addition, Vaxa Parasitin also contains Kamala and P. granatum. They are particularly effective against stubborn parasites. M. Azedarach and A. Indica prevent the re-generation of tapeworms, hookworms and fungi. For parasites that invade the liver, the sesame seeds in Parasitin can help eliminate them.

Parasitin has other helpful ingredients: Cichona Bark helps to fight protozoans, including those that cause malaria and other parasitic microbes. The micro-nutritionals in this product reinforce the body's resources to get rid of parasites naturally. Free-form amino acids - L-Ornithine and L-Arginine - expel ammonia from the body. Ammonia is another type of toxin produced by parasites.

Testing for Parasites

Many people ask if there are any medical tests to find out if one is infected or not. Yes, there are. There's just one problem. They are accurate. The tests that are commonly employed will uncover only about 50 out of the 1,000 parasite varieties; furthermore, these tests will reveal only 20% of parasites that have infected people. This is because parasites transform into different physical forms in different phases of their development. These percentages for detection are not very encouraging. What these percentages are telling us if we take a parasitic test, there's only a 1% chance of detection. In the absence of effective parasitic testing, would prescription drugs work for all kinds of parasites? No. Parasite drugs called parasiticides target only specific parasites and are formulated to work only during specific areas of our metabolism. They also are formulated to address only certain stages of parasitic development. Another problem with parasiticides is that they are strong and toxic even in small amounts. They must therefore be used with care. Since parasites have an intelligence of their own, they can re-locate to another part of the body that is not affected by the medication. This makes it impossible to eliminate all of them.

Vaxa Parasitin: the Surest Way to Parasite Cleansing

Good news: there is a way of getting rid of parasites from our bodies. This solution is the Parasitin Cleansing Program. No other solution would work as effectively. It covers the entire slew of the most common parasites - protozoans, flukes, roundworms and all tapeworms (including the head or scolex). It is a natural remedy preparation that was developed to attack all parasites, not just one or two.

Other parasitic preparations are not as comprehensive in scope and treatment. Using Vaxa Parasitin: is there a right way and a wrong way? When you use Vaxa Parasitin, abstain from alcohol. Alcohol makes it conducive for parasites to regenerate and spread to other organs and tissues, especially flukes or flatworms. Do not eat foods that have alcohol, no matter how insignificant the amount. Stay away from cosmetics and other beauty preparations that contain "propyl alcohol," as an ingredient.

Do your part. Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands thoroughly as many times during the day: after working on your and someone else's computer, after petting or bathing pets, after shaking hands with strangers, after eating food the origin of which you're not sure and after using the washroom. Wash all salad greens, and make sure your meats and seafood are completely cooked at the recommended temperatures. Salting them in brine is recommended.

Continue taking Vaxa Parasitin Cleansing Program for at least 30 days. After the 30-day period, you can still take it every day to totally avoid re-infestation. Remember, parasites are present everywhere; even if we are parasite-free, we eat foods and drink substances that could be contaminated.

Parasitin: any side effects?

The other good news is that there are no side effects. It is a natural preparation and is therefore safe and contains no toxins. Other treatments may cause vomiting, headaches, or loose bowel movement. Vaxa Parasitin does not cause any of these conditions!

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Additional Information
SKU V4002
Directions Colon-Aid - 120 capsules per bottle. For colon cleansing, take 4 capsules each evening before going to bed with 8 oz. of water for 30 days, or as directed by a physician. For digestive tract maintenance, twice a week take 4 capsules before going to bed. To maintain good intestinal flora, take Vaxa's Reflora+ each morning.

Parasitin - 120 capsules per bottle. For parasitic cleansing,adults should take 4 capsules with 8 oz. of water twice daily, between meals, for 30 days, or as directed by a physician. May be repeated for another 30 days, if necessary. Thereafter, take 2 to 4 twice a week. Parasitic cleansing twice a year is recommended.

Reflora - 60 capsules per bottle. Take 2 Capsules daily for 30 days, or as directed by a physician, especially after being ill, taking antibiotics, or using Vaxa's Immune-Aid, Colon-Aid or Parasitin. Thereafter take 1 to 2 capsules daily for digestive tract maintainence.

Each Cleansing kit is designed for 30-days of usage. All three products should be taken throughout the same day.
Ingredients Colon-Aid Ingredients: Aloe Socotrina, Gambogia, Jalapa, Podophyllum Peltatum 3C, 6C, 12C, 30C; Rhamnus Purshiana, Rheum Officinale 1C, 3C, 6C; Juglans Cinerea 3X. In a base of: Psyllium Seed and Husks, Cascara Sagrada, Magnesium Sulfate, Rhubarb, Gentian Root, Elderberry, Buckthorn, Barberry, Fenugreek, Licorice Root Extract, Aloe Vera, Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Bentonite, Pectin, Cellulose, L-Glutamic Acid, L-Aspartic Acid, Goldenseal Root, DL-Methionine, Gelatin, Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate, Silica and Sorbitol.

Parasitin Ingredients: Sulfur 9C; Teucrium Marum, Viola Odorata 1X, 3X, 6X, 9X, 12X; Podophyllum Peltatum 4X, 6X; Natrum Muriaticum 6X; Chelidonium Majus 4X. In a base of: Syzygium Aromaticum (Cloves), Wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium), Black Walnut/Green Hull, Red Clover Blossoms,Azadirachta Indica, Pomegranate Root Bark, Chinchona Bark, Sesame Seeds, Papain, Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Bicarbonate, L-Arginine, L-Ornithine, Kamala Powder, Gelatin, Rice Flour, and Sorbitol.

Reflora Ingredients: Hydrastis Canadensis 12C, 30C; Colon Mucosa 6C; Angelica Archangelica, Calendula Officinalis, Condurango, Cornus Circinata, Gentiana Lutea, Spirea Ulmaria 1X. In a base of: Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum, Lactobacillus Plantarium, Lactobacillus Bulgaricus, Lactobacillus Casei, Streptococcus Thermophilus, Enterococcus Faecium, Bifidobacterium Infantis, Marshmallow Root, Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Fo-Ti, Whey, Magnesium Gluconate, L-Aspartic Acid, L-Methionine, L-Glutamic Acid, Methionine-bound Zinc, Lactobacillus Salivarius, Lactobacillus bifidus, Rice Flour and Gelatin.
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