This word describes herbs or pharmaceuticals that expel parasites. Well, ding, ding, ding! I learned it when the local health food store finally got some Black Walnut in. It is made from ground up unripe Black Walnut hulls. I just got the powder capsules, and not the drops/tincture. I ordered it 7 months ago. As you see from the link, it is to expel little worms and big ones. A lot of ink/bits are given to the fact that parasites develop resistance as the various resistant strains survive antihelmintic treatment. Then you try a different one. I get the idea any new ones like our thing are welcome for mop up procedures. Malaria or borreliosis babesia fals into this parasite category I am thinking. Artemisinin is also an anthelmintic, but they didn’t have any.
I tried it. I have a fair herx or other effect in my fetlock area, lateral to the achilles tendons. That would be from bug bites when surveying or otherwise cavorting outdoors. Dr. Sapi says worms are found in bugs too. Black Walnut mops some of the ones up so far that Apple may have missed. This Black Walnut herx is medium compared to Wild Apple which is very strong comparatively. It is in a welcome area that the apple wasn’t fixing that I see now. There was an ND working at the local tire shop, Jeff Leel, that suggested Black Walnut while I had my tires balanced. He said try the drops, but these ground unripe hull capsules are working fine for now.
I got some congestion and mucus. A gram of Vitamin C Chewables (Equate – WalMart) loosened it right up. It seemed to melt that Black Walnut mucus easy. It takes at least twice as much to get the same effect with whatever that Wild Apple mucus is. Maybe even four times as much C. It is comparatively like glue. Tough stuff. Looking back, that is what put me in the hospital. You have to be careful because Lyme is a much tougher parasite than the ones this walnut got. Its biofilm creates a very thick sticky mucus when it goes, and that can make it hard to breath. I have recently started eating raw carrots, Cooking them destroys the beta carotene, so why even eat them cooked, and they also help any respiratory trouble it is said. Everything they do for it in a hospital makes you sicker because they intentionally starve you of high dose Vitamin C. Medical Doctors can be lethally ignorant when it comes to Lyme I am finding. Don’t go anywhere near one. In less than a week they set me back months recovering.
They are too busy getting antiarthritic stuff in at the health food store. They have an entire store full of it. If you have been following here, you know we don’t need that any more. Debilitating lifelong rheumatoid arthritis was the first thing to go. Vamoosed. Got completely cured. Then warts, although they are more stubborn. I had the flu for an hour, but my nose ran for a few days. Bambi had it for three weeks. lol
Moral of story is turning out to be see me before you see a doctor. I could tell you stories about it, but all the people who thought they were smarter are dead now.
Meanwhile,back at the ranch, after a while I notice that these anthemintics are endothermic. They have a cooling and even chilling effect on the apparent affected areas. I haven’t seen any cooties coming out yet with the Black Walnut though. Apple Leaf got them crawling out of me near the start. Perhaps it has something to do with that electrical feeling. Biofilm hates even low dose electricity. Black Walnut just kills their parasite, I guess. Maybe I should take some odourless garlic to get allicin to deal with any infection from the dead things.
Black Walnut has side effects. The most noticeable so far other than the cooling in the lower legs and feet is intestinal with me. Wild Apple has that side effect of cooties exiting through your skin. Perhaps that is what they describe as a dermatitis, and is the desired effect, but other than that and mild herxing compared to chemical antibiotic herxing, the resulting itching as it heals, I would say congestion and mucous production too presumably from whatever is leaving you. You can’t do Black Walnut if you are allergic to tree nuts or should you be an ungulate like a horse or a deer… you could get laminitis and your hoof separate from the coffin bone. Hey, vets have to know that stuff. Ironically, the Black Walnut is addressing a lingering issue in my feet that was unknown. It felt like deep callous was forming, but it softened Day 1 with Black Walnut.
We know wild apple leaf is a safe anthelmintic for deer. I suspect it cures lots of issues for them if our test is any indication. The source of the parents is from our link today. I am guessing it is a William Saunders Malus Applecrab cross bred for colder climates and late ripening apples, although the smaller fruit is much greater than 5 cm in diameter, more like 8 cm, to be a crab apple. The leaves have a high quercitrin content comparatively guessing by taste. They were brought here by the storied Canadian Pacific Railways like shortly after being built in the late 1800’s, and the wild volunteer ones even grow in the woods with other trees. As we also mentioned, deer have advanced digestion system that can digest a poison apple core whole. The seeds they pass contain cyanide. The apple genome is known now, and while almost twice as complex as the human genome as we noted earlier. it could be accurately sourced to solve the mystery.