Researchers postulate that a majority
of people around the world host parasites of one type or another--ranging
from tapeworms to tiny ameobas visible only under a microscope.
These parasites can inhabit muscle tissue, the digestive tract,
the bloodstream . . . even the brain, heart and other vital organs!
Parasites are like unwanted guests
who eat your food, leave trash on the floor and throw the day-to-day
fuctions of your household completely out of kilter. Although
some parasites may not cause apparent symptoms, others are sources
of justifiable concern because they :
Parasites infest people in many ways. Threadworm larvae, for example,
enter skin from the soil, and pass through the blood- stream to
the lungs (sometimes causing pneumonia). Then travel through air
passages to the pharynx, where they are swallowed and grow to
adulthood in the small intestine. Trichina worm larvae found in
undercooked pork migrate from the intestines to other parts of
the body through the blood and lymphatic systems, eventually lodging
in muscles (especially in chest muscles and the diaphragm). Blood
flukes and eggs enter the body through infected drinking water
(flukes can live in the bladder, intestines, liver, lungs, portal
venous system, rectum, and spleen, laying eggs in a host for up
to 20 years). Pinworm eggs can be transferred to the mouth by
fingers, clothing and bedding. Certain amoebas are eaten with
contaminated food and water. Most parasites, in fact, are thought
to be transferred to the host body though the food we eat and
the water we drink.
1) steal nutrients intended for
2) damage your tissues and/or infuse
your system with toxic by-products, and
3) unbalance your system by forcing
it to continuously compensate for their presence. Some parasites
are life threatening--killing or handicapping many people every
year-- while others are a perpetual drain on the nutrients needed
to drive and maintain the normal functions of your biosystems.
Parafree drives them out
Over the millennia, parasites have
learned to invade and live in the human body because it provides
them a constant flow of nutrients. Having developed specialized
defensive mechanisms to protect them- selves from the body's efforts
to recognize and kill them, these parasites thrive in a bountiful,
living environment to which they are well acclimated. Unfortunately
this is not a two-sided proposition. Parasites thrive in your
body, but your body does not thrive hosting most parasites. The
all-natural ingredients of Neways' Parafree help your body create
an environment hostile to the opportunistic parasites, but nourishing
to the naturally occuring flora and biosystems that help your
body function properly.
from preservatives & colourings
cleanse herbal formula
Pumpkin Seed, Garlic, Black Walnut Hulls, Microcrystalline
Cellulose, Grapefruit seed Extract, Citrus Pectin,
Clove, Citrus Seed Extract, Wild Ginger Root, Anise
Seed, Papaya Leaf, Fig Powder, Cranberry Concentrate,
Pomegranite Fruit, Butternut Bark, Stearic Acid, Silicon
Dioxide, Pau D’Arco, Red Clover, Olive Leaf,
Gentain Root, Hyssop, Peppermint Powder, Fennel Seed
Take three tablets with the morning meal and two tablets
with the evening meal every day for 25 days. Discontinue
completely for five days and then repeat.
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is a natural, broad-spectrum, nutritional food supplement.
ParaFree is a powerful and comprehensive range of herbs
to maintain and support the digestive system. For optimum
results, use in conjunction with Feelin' Good
and Maximol Solutions.