Gone Worming Tea
This tea, has been used traditionally and effectively to help eliminate parasite infestations for centuries in Europe. As our world has opened up to globalism, with extensive travel and the importation of foods, I have included herbs from all over the globe.
The tea will be more effective if, the enzymes are released by pounding gently with a mortar and pestle before brewing. 1 teaspoon to 1 cup of boiling water. Steep, strain and drink.
Honey and Lemon, may be added, however, if it’s taken in its bitter form this will increase its tonic effect on the digestive system.
1/2 cup three times a day, 20 minutes before meals. This may be repeated weekly for acute treatments.
For digestive debility, to increase levels of pancreatic enzymes, 10 ml, to take 20 minutes before meals or on an empty stomach.
Paw Paw( leaves and seeds)
Native to Tropical America, Paw Paw does not poison the worms, however, works on a different principle; the papain, (which is a protein splitting enzyme concentrated in the leaves and seeds) attacks and digests the worms in the intestine, without harming the intestinal lining in any way.
An enzyme in yellow Paw Paw called caricain, has been shown in a 2015 Clinical Study in Poland, to reduce gluten toxicity for celiac patients. Read more at Medicalexpress.com
Due to the beautifully cooperative mother nature, Papaya leaves and seeds, which are native to tropical climates, help to clear tropical infestations.
Anthelmintic (help to clear parasites and worms), digestive enzymes, mildly laxative, antiviral specifically to Dengue fever, anti-oral candida.
Recent studies by the ‘Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical BioMedicine’ have found Carica papaya leaves exhibited potential activity against Dengue Fever, clinically measured by increasing the platelet count.
The seed aqueous extract of papaya possess significant, in vitro and in vivi antifungal activity against Candida albicans. European Journal of Biology and Medicical Science Research Vol 3, pp.33-45, June 2015
Extensive scientific research tests by Doctors in Africa for the reduction threadworm and hookworm. Here are 2 studies:
PubMed.Gov John A O OKeniyi et al. J Med Food. 2007 Mar
BMC Complement Altern Med. 2018;18;327 Published online 2018 Dec
The Graduate School; Kenya Medical Research Institute
Wormwood (ariel parts)
This strongly aromatic herb, native to Europe, is very bitter, (absinthium means without sweetness), however, has been used for centuries to dispel common threadworm (Oxyuris vermicularis), roundworm (Ascaris lumbricoides), and studies by Mediherb on Trichostrongylus colubriformis in vitro. Other applications of this herb have been to restore digestive debility as a prime stimulate to digestion. It is found to increase stomach acid and bile production in the liver. This herb may be taken regularly as a tonic to help the body return to vitality after long illness.
Wormwood is an ingredient for many alcoholic beverages, Vermouth and Absinthe, made famous with the colourful European Impressionist Artists.
Anorexia, dyspepsia, eliminates parasites, increases levels of pancreatic enzymes and bile.
Black Walnut (hulls)
The Native Americans and Traditional Chinese Medicine have used the Black Walnut tree for centuries to help eliminate parasites. The hulls contain anthraquinones which stimulate the liver, and intestines for clearance of waste products, and is a valuable remedy for chronic constipation. The hulls have an excellent reputation for treating parasitic infections, whilst being highly nutritious and containing high levels of alpha linolenic acid. The juglone content is thought to oxygenate the blood combined with the high tannin content is thought to kill the parasites and working as a laxative, eliminating as part of its cleansing effect on the body.
Purgative, anti-parasitic, cancer inhibiting, anti-microbial.
Syzgium aromaticum; (buds)
Cloves are native to the Molucca Islands (Indonesia). One of the earliest spices to be traded. Eugenol is the highest component of volatile oil within the clove bud and has been used for centuries as an antiseptic, with strongly anaesthetic qualities. So strong it is still used to numb a toothache, applied locally. The antispasmodic action aids in digestive discomfort, such as wind/colic. In Asia the antiseptic qualities make this herbal medicine useful for treating viral conditions, infections, such as malaria, cholera, tuberculosis and parasites such as scabies. Cloves have been used as a stimulant for the body and mind (improving memory). They also make a strong insect repellent, especially against mosquitos and as a clothes moth repellent.
Antiseptic, prevents vomiting, Anaesthetic (numbs pain), calms digestive spasms, stimulant for body and mind, eliminates parasites.
A Clinical Guide to Blending Liquid Herbs: Herbal Formulations for the Individual Patient” 2003 Kerry Bone Elservier Science (USA)
A Modern Herbal; 1994 Mrs M. Grieve F.R.H.S. First published in 1931 by Johnathan Cape Ltd. Great Britain. A Cresset Press Book
E/S/C/O/P Monographs Second Edition supplement 2009
The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants, 2001 Andrew Chevallier, Dorling Kindersley Pty Ltd
References cited on website www.herbalteasmedicinalbotanix.com
Warning; these herbal infusions are a superfood in the rawest form. They are not to replace prescription medication from a medical professional. Please seek medical advice for any ongoing health conditions.