Parasite cleanses, worth it? in Health & Medical Posted April 1, 2021 Hi ally. Have you been tested or do you have a good idea of what the culprit/s is? There are other methods such as using various clays, coffee enemas etc. This company sell good quality products although they're not able to make any claims. Take a look at diatomaceous earth or deactivated charcoal: https://www.theclaycure.co.uk/ Disclaimer, haven't personally used them for that specific purpose. Coffee enema kits, reasonably priced, are available from Amzn. Again, haven't used this personally and it sounds like a right faff anyway! A Lyme disease practitioner suspected I had parasites and recommended the following which I took for around 6 weeks. It was very gentle with no surprise side effects and must confess to not using a magnifying glass for id purposes. https://www.toxaprevent.co.uk/pub/media/productattach/t/o/toxaprevent_pure_leaflet.pdf Another option is a tincture such as this: https://natureswisdomuk.com/product/parasite-cleanse-tincture/ Have seen mentioned horse worming pills but unsure whether these need to be prescribed by a vet. You've undoubtedly heard of Invermectin, this can also be used apparently and assuming you can buy without prescription from somewhere such as India. Finally, have you considered colonic irrigation? It's an interesting experience!! Do report back.