February Product Profile
Parastroy... Cleanse And Sweep The Intestinal Tract
What Are Parasites?
In reality there are few animals on earth that complete their life cycles alone,
without the involvement of other organisms. Just as we rely on living plants
and animals for food and nourishment, there are organisms that directly rely on
us to survive. While many organisms that inhabit the human body are friendly
and live in harmony with our systems, some organisms only benefits themselves.
Parasites can be divided into two categories: protozoa, which are single-celled
organisms, and helminthes, or worms, which are multi-celled organisms.
Harboring parasites in the body can result in numerous health concerns, ranging
from abdominal pain to fever, loose stools, loss of appetite and weight,
weakened immune function and, in some cases, extreme fatigue.
How Do You Get Parasites?
Parasites can be contracted in a variety of ways, such as interaction with human
or animal waste, walking barefoot on contaminated soil or by ingesting raw or
partially cooked meat or seafood. Outbreaks of parasites are often due to poor
sanitary conditions and haphazard food processing and preparation. Traveling
can also increase the risk of coming in contact with a parasite.
Cleanse And Sweep The Intestinal Tract
Parastroy is a comprehensive two part program that stimulates the body's immune defense
and creates an environment that is unfriendly to parasites. Many of the
ingredients in this program have been successfully used by traditional
herbalists for years. Parastroy has been designed to have a general cleansing
effect, helping to support detoxification and function of the digestive tract.
The two parts of Parastroy, Para-Rid and Para-Sweep, are designed to be taken
together as a complete program.
Para-Rid - This formula provides numerous botanical ingredients that create an
unfavorable environment for parasites. Just some of the ingredients include
blck walnut which is classified as a vermifuge herb in botanical medicine, and
is believed to possess purging properties. Wormwood is another botanical, aptly
named for its purging properties. Betaine hydrochloride and bromelain help to
break down waste material in the gut while slippery elm helps to soothe and
calm the tissues lining the digestive tract.
Para-Sweep - A mixture of herbs and fibers that help to bind waste and other unnecessary
materials in the gut and move them from the digestive system. By supporting
healthy elimination, waste products are encouraged to exit the system.
Para-Sweep also plays an important role by increasing stool bulk to optimize
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