Parasitic infections are not uncommon, moreover, they are common in developed societies. Intestinal parasites can remain in the body for a long time, leading to its devastation.
Traditional antiparasitic drugs are very powerful chemicals that can cause side effects. Interest in natural antiparasitic agents, such as Germixil, is therefore growing.
Where do parasites in the human body come from?
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Parasitic infections caused by intestinal worms and protozoa are among the most common human infections in developing countries. In developed countries protozoan parasites are more likely to cause gastrointestinal infections than worms. Intestinal parasites cause significant morbidity and mortality in many countries.
Nematodes (roundworms), cestodes (tapeworms) and trematodes (flatworms) are among the most common parasitic worms inhabiting human intestines. The most common species of intestinal parasites are roundworms, whipworms, tapeworms, and pinworms. Intestinal worms rarely cause death. However, burdening the body with parasitic diseases has a negative impact on health. In addition to health effects, intestinal parasites also impair the physical and mental development of children, hinder educational achievements, lead to chronic malnutrition and devastation of the body.
Enterobiasis (pinworm infection) is one of the most common nematode infections in the world. People are the only natural host of this infection. The infection takes place in people living in crowded environments and usually occurs in families. The worms are small, threaded, and whitish. The name of the worm comes from the characteristic pin-like tail in the back of the female.
Pinworm infection usually occurs in children. The transfer takes place through direct contact with contaminated objects or even during sexual contact. Most infections are asymptomatic. Although the cure rate is high, reinfections are frequent. The infection most often occurs in children, but each individual is susceptible to pinworm infection. The infection is caused by the consumption of pinworm eggs. Transmission usually occurs by fecal-oral means.
Risk factors contributing to pinworm infection include poor hygiene, eating contaminated objects and living with a person who has been identified as positive.
Symptoms of enterobiasis include primarily rectal itching, which intensifies in the evening and at night, gnashing of teeth, motor hyperactivity, sleep problems, concentration disorders and headaches.
Ascariasis is one of the most common parasitic infections in humans. It occurs all over the world. The infection occurs when the host eats eggs found in soil contaminated with feces.
After entering the duodenum, the larvae are released and enter into circulatory system through the intestinal mucosa. Once the larvae are in the capillaries (venous, arterial, or lymphatic), they reach the liver through the portal vein and then the lungs within the first week. In the lungs, the larvae develop, and are eventually coughed out and swallowed again entering the digestive tract. After entering the small intestine, the larvae mature into adult worms within about 20 days. When adult females and male worms are present, they multiply, and the female can produce about 200,000 eggs per day. They are then excreted with feces into the soil. Under suitable conditions in a humid, shady, and warm environment, eggs mature to an infectious form in two to eight weeks and remain vital for up to 17 months. They can be ingested and restart the infectious cycle.
Patients infected with roundworms may be asymptomatic, showing only long-term symptoms of slowed down growth and malnutrition. If symptoms are present, the most common symptoms are abdominal pain, tympanites, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, periodic diarrhea.. If the number of larvae passing through the lungs is significant, pneumonia can be observed. The symptoms then include wheezing, dyspnea, coughing, hemoptysis, and fever. In case of superinfection, adult worms can migrate to the bile duct and pancreas, causing cholecystitis, cholangitis, pancreatitis, ileus, appendicitis, and intussusception. Children are more vulnerable to complications than adults.
Taeniasis are diseases caused by tapeworms. Man is the ultimate host of such tapeworm species as pork tapeworm, beef tapeworm, and Diphyllobothrium latum. Infection with pork and beef tapeworms occurs after consumption of undercooked meat, containing cysticercus (tapeworm larvae). The D. latum infection occurs after eating raw fish. After digesting the capsule of the cysticercus, the head of the tapeworm is released in the intestine and attaches itself to the wall of the small intestine. The growth of the tapeworm and its existence in the intestine is accompanied by such symptoms as abdominal pain, nausea, constipation, vomiting, weight loss, weakness. The most serious complication of a tapeworm infection is the entrapment of cysticercus in the brain.
Germixil – what this product is and what it was created for?
Germixil is a preparation designed to fight parasitic infections. The preparation is so effective that it allows to fight off parasites within 30 days. One treatment is enough to get rid of all parasites for good and protect internal organs – heart, lungs, liver, stomach. In this way, the preparation reduces the risk of developing parasitic infection complications.
An indication for the use of Germixil is the occurrence of symptoms that may suggest a parasitic infection:
- stomach pains
- unexplained weight loss
- complex nutritional deficiencies
- chronic fatigue
- pale skin and periorbital dark circles
- skin allergies
- muscular and joint aches
- irritability and nervousness
Germixil is an effective yet safe product. The manufacturer states on its website that the effectiveness of the preparation has been clinically tested on volunteers suffering from parasitic diseases. Successful curation of the diseases and parasitic infections could be observed in all subjects. In 90% of them, the symptoms accompanying parasitic infection such as allergic dermatitis, gastritis and ulcers were eliminated. In addition, 100% of the subjects had anemia eliminated – a complication often accompanying parasitic infections.
The therapy with Germixil is very safe, which, according to the manufacturer, makes it recommended by specialists as an excellent alternative to aggressive medications.
How to dose the supplement correctly
Germixil is available as easy to take capsules. You should take two capsules twice a day after a meal.
Germixil is based on natural compounds, therefore it is safe to use. There are no mentions of any adverse medication reactions on the official website of the manufacturer.
Germixil contains such natural ingredients as common yarrow, common centaury, and cloves. These plants inhibit the multiplication of parasites in the body, allow to restore the physiological bacterial flora in the intestines, show anti-inflammatory and regeneration support.
On the manufacturer’s website you can find very enthusiastic opinions on the use of Germixil. People affected by various parasitic infections declare that after treatment with Germixil, the parasitic disease has been eliminated, their health has improved – without any side effects.
Germixil is a preparation which can be purchased for cheap. Such an affordable price results from the 50% sale offered by the manufacturer.
Where can you currently buy it
Germixil can be purchased on the official website of the manufacturer of the supplement.
-  Haque R., Human intestinal parasites; J Health Popul Nutr, 2007, Dec 25(4)