Pomegranate Pericarp and fruit can reduce inflammation in the gut and improve digestion. Highly anti-parasites (both gut and blood-borne). It’s beneficial for people with Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other inflammatory bowel diseases. Improves memory, reduces blood pressure and combats heart disease, fights cancer, promotes hair growth, helps heal arthritis, promotes bone growth, fights acne.
Papaya Seeds contain proteolytic enzymes that kill bacteria and parasites residing in the intestines, thereby, keeping the stomach and the gut healthy. Papaya seeds contain a variety of essential micro-nutrients. They’re especially high in polyphenols and flavonoids, two compounds that act as antioxidants to help promote health. Antioxidants fight disease-causing free radicals to prevent oxidative stress and ward off chronic diseases.
Pumpkin seeds are an extremely effective de-worming agent because they contain an amino acid called cucurbitacin. This paralyzes worms making them easily eliminated from the intestine. Pumpkin seeds are full of valuable nutrients, high in antioxidants, reduce some cancers, improve prostate and bladder health, high in magnesium, improve heart function.
Garlic The antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic properties in garlic help to kill microbes in the body. Garlic can boost the immune system and help fight worms and giardia, and is helps rid the stomach wall of mucus, making it less hospitable for worms and single-celled parasites too.
Mint Leaf works to eliminate giardia and amoeba parasites, relieves gas, nausea, and stomach pain, intestinal cramps, and indigestion. Mint is carminative, analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, decongestant, and cooling. The menthol it contains also helps subdue many disease-producing bacteria, fungi, and viruses Betel nut and pericarp are astringent, laxative, diuretic, acid, bitter, mildly euphroic; also relieves hunger and abdominal discomfort due to bloating and flatulence due to constipation. It kills intestinal parasites (tapeworms, roundworms, pinworms, body flukes).
Black Pepper. Rich in vitamin K, calcium, iron, potassium, manganese and pipeline. Stimulates digestion, enhances stomach acid production, antioxidant, Piperine, the principle alkaloid of black pepper, causes an increase in intestinal brush border membrane fluidity and stimulates the activities of membrane bound enzymes due to antimicrobial activity against various microbes belonging to bacteria, fungi, and protozoans. It works as an adjvant, increasing the effectiveness of other medicines it is combined with.
Thyme Leaf can kill fungus, mold, yeast, viruses, and bacteria. It is especially good for helping to clear infections in the digestive tract and throughout the respiratory system.
Cinnamon is used in flatulent dyspepsia, dyspepsia with nausea, intestinal colic and digestive atony associated with cold & debilitated conditions. It is known to relieve nausea and vomiting, and because of its mild astringency it is particularly used for infantile diarrhea. Cinnamon warms and stimulates the digestive system, useful in weak digestion, colic, griping, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, wind and distension. The tannins it contains are astringent and help with diarrhea.
Bali Chili Pepper. Capsaicin is what causes the “hot” in chili peppers (hot peppers), and helps prevent stomach ulcers by killing H pylori bacteria. Also helpful in fighting infections and stabilizing heart rhythms.
Cloves contains a powerful oil, eugenol, helps eradication numerous pathogens in the gut. Clove oil has been found to dissolve the eggs left behind by worms. Clove buds are one of the key herbs used in Ayurvedic medicines for the treatment of gastrointestinal infections and for worms, with a recorded use that spans thousands of years.
Magnesium sulphate acts as a laxative. It stimulates chole-cystokinin to be released from the mucosal layers of the intestinal tract, which increases peristalsis and causes evacuation, including parasites.