week 2 of my parasite cleanse

Clove Street

Clove Street (Photo credit: Mykal Shaw)

It’s day 10 of my parasite cleanse.

Warning: This gets a little graphic, ie mucous, phlegm and BMs, so if you’re squeamish about such things, you may want to skip this post.

Ok, so I’ve been absent for a little while. I was hoping to post daily on the cleanse, but to tell you the truth – there’s not really much to report on.
Week 1 went ok, although I was really hungry, actually ravenous all week. Not sure if that was due to the cleanse or not, but it seems to have calmed down now.
I also noticed quite a bit of nose blowing and nasal mucous in the first week which has also seemed to taper off. I do however seem to have a lot of phlegm in my throat.

The one thing I can really report on is how bitter the black walnut, wormwood and cloves are and I was reflecting on this today:
I seemed to be in a bad mood all last week. I had bitterness and resentment toward others and what they have and I don’t.
I can’t say that this is the first time I have felt this way, but it’s been a very long time I think, and I wonder if it is associated with the bitterness of the herbs.
My feeling is that there is a relationship.
I think that the parasites and their toxins (waste) have been running freely through my body. There’s a lot of flushing with increased water consumption and elimination (read  BM’s) but I’m sure there’s a tendency for some accumulation.

The protocol this week is:
30 drops of black walnut, 3 times daily
2 capsules wormwood, 3 times daily
2 capsules ground cloves, 3 times daily (I’m now using store bought clove capsules from my health food store, because grinding my own cloves was ruining my coffee grinder. Cloves are very oily when you grind them and they were pitting the machine and making it almost impossible to clean)

I’m curious to hear from others who have done parasite cleanses.
How did you feel during the cleanse?
What method did you use?
Did you notice a change in any of your symptoms.

Please comment below – I’d love to hear your experiences.

Talk Soon, NutriSue!

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