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Many Human Diseases Are Caused by Parasites!

26 May

Dr. Hulda Clark discovered that many of our diseases are caused by combination of toxins compromising the immune defenses of a particular body organ and then a particular parasite taking advantage of that lowered immunity to establish itself in that organ. (Dr. Clark defined a toxin as any substance which your immune system attempts to remove from your body.) For example, she discovered that all cancers begin with an accumulation of the toxin isopropyl alcohol in the liver, which in turn allows the parasite Fasciolopsis buski, or human intestinal fluke, to establish itself there. After that, other factors intervene to allow cancer to develop anywhere in the body.

Another example is for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or A.I.D.S. This disease originates with an accumulation of the toxin benzene in the thymus gland, which in turn allows the same parasite that assists in causing cancer, Fasciolopsis buski, to establish itself there. This begins a systemic decimation of the immune protections of a number of other organs.

Another example is for diabetes. This disease originates with the immunity of the pancreas being compromised by the toxin methanol or wood alcohol. This in turn allows the parasite Eurytrema pancreaticum, or pancreatic fluke of cattle, to establish itself there and disrupt the pancreas’ production of insulin.

Dr. Clark discovered that there are many other parasites that take advantage of lowered immunity to cause other diseases. A major contributor to one of our most prevalent killers, heart disease, is Dirofilaria, or dog heartworm. Dirofilaria is also responsible for causing Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, or masses in the chest. Another parasite, Onchocerca, is responsible for causing Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, or abdominal masses.

The parasite Ascaris is responsible for causing asthma, eczema, psoriasis, epilepsy, seizures, and soft teeth. A type of fluke parasite causes Muscular Dystrophy. The parasite Gastrothylax causes Cystic Fibrosis, Down’s Syndrome, and Polycystic Kidney Disease. Many neurological diseases are caused by the parasite Echinostoma revolutum.

These are only a few of the diseases caused by a combination of toxins compromising our immune systems and parasites taking advantage of that result. In order to be healthy, we must eliminate as many toxins as possible from compromising our immune systems and we must regularly exterminate the parasites and their developmental stages that have already invaded us.

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