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Re: Anti-Parasitic Remedies

Postby anita » Sun Mar 19, 2017 12:13 pm

If something should happen, one of my concerns is how to deal with the stuff that will thrive--the vermin, bacteria, parasites, viruses, insects, and on and on.

I have stocked up on rat poison and traps, mosquito pucks (which won't last long if you are in a neighborhood with a lot of swimming pools. It won't just be your pool that breeds mosquitos), old herbalist books, knowledge on how to deal naturally with parasites, like what I posted earlier, etc. Ant bait, peppermint oil, fly paper, and so forth.
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Re: Anti-Parasitic Remedies

Postby arkieready » Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:38 pm

Panacure, safeguard. Brand names for fenbendazole. There are reports of successful studies on humans. Seems it's safe and effective. I did read one interesting tidbit. I always heard do not give safeguard to cats, it'll kill a cat. Apparently not. We used it on cows, sheep and the dogs.
I couldn't easily find the infection rate for here in the US population for worms, etc. but you gotta know it's not uncommon.
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Re: Anti-Parasitic Remedies

Postby angie_nrs » Wed May 31, 2017 6:33 pm

I have also been looking into more natural and/or alternative remedies. There's just so much information out there that it'll take me forever to sort it all out! However, when looking at this thread, I automatically thought of diatomaceous earth. I just got a book that explains all about DE that I am enjoying right now. I also bought some food grade DE. I was surprised that many people take it on a regular basis to flush their body of unwanted parasites/bugs. I originally bought it to get rid of bugs.....but now I'm glad I have it just in case I should ever need it for other things. I will keep my book right next to my DE that I have stored. I can more easily store DE (with unlimited shelf life) than I can store a variety of anti-parasitic meds for myself and my animals and not have to worry about side effects. Plus, it has so many other wonderful uses. I think it is so versatile that it's very much worth having around.
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