Parasitic Worms apparently everyone has. Might have been introduced to humanity during the Great Flood.


Can penetrate intestines or perianal skin to migrate to other parts of the body [1]. Common places would be lungs heart even testicles where they can presumably cause hormonal problems possibly gynecomastia along with infecting mammary gland and hair loss

Causes Leydig cell tumors (and probably PCOS) which boost LH which boosts testosterone and estrogen and thus causes insomnia and iron overload and hair loss and gynecomastia and blood clots and stroke

Found in scrotum hydrocele [2]

Scrotal hydrocele caused 50% of people to have elevated FSH and 75% elevated LH and 50% lowered testosterone [3]

Along with toxoplasma common in immunocompromised [4]


No will to work or eat removes sense of wellbieng and causes aches and pains throught the body [5]

Infertility, hydrocele, varicocele, HTLV-1, scrotum pain, perianal pain [6]

Upregulation of PGE2 [7] [8] [9]. Worms enhanced PGE2 but reduction of pge2 increased worm levels.

Might be linked to iron overload and hemochromatosis. Patient with anemia from low transferrin but high ferritin had strongy ulcer [10] which probably included h pylori involvement.

Goes to the prostate and lungs, probably causing prostate cancer by translocating bacteria [11]

Seems to effect the heart, potentially as a heartworm or the antibodies the bodymakes to it attack the heart. Probably causes myocarditis and/or pericarditis

I suspect spike protein enhances infection but I haven'found any data to support that.

I suspect that can cause various forms of cancer including testicular and also gynecomastia

Can cause sudden death SIDS SADS convulsions gynecomastia heart palpitations [12]

Mimics (or causes) asthma IBD (diarrhea or constipation or ulcerative colitis) COPD in chronic infection [13] chronic vs disseminated can be due to corticosteroid use [14] or even stress I believe which can cause immunosupression.

Can cause anemia [15] and thus perhaps the body can compensate with hemochromatosis for generational infections.

Can have IgG response while IgE is normal [16]


Only one patient presented with insomnia and they were obese [17] so the insomnia was probably something else perhaps campylobacter.

History and it is found in sicily as well as many places near the equator [18] male fern bieng the treatment perhaps also thymol and santonin. Symptoms and case studies also described including headache vertigo tinnitus prostration

Uses the lymphatic system to travel [19]

Feeds on bacteria [20]

Link to tuberculosis [21].

Lavender best to prevent egg hatch and citrus best to prevent larval development [22]

Allicin in fresh garlic effective but not diallyl disulfide in cooked garlic [23].

Low dose thiabednazole [24].

Thiabednazole persistance [25]

Ivermectin persistance in body [26]

Thiabednazole low bioaccumulation [27].

Causes itch with or without rash [28]

Arthritis heart kidney heartburn bloating cough [29]

Associated with HTLV-1 and treated with brown seaweed like wakame [30]

Can cause anemia and ataxia [31].

Probiotics research [32]

inhibited by chelators, but not serine protease inhibitors [33]

"protein families that have a putative role in Strongyloides’ parasitism – acetylcholinesterases, astacins, aspartic proteases, prolyl oligopeptidases, proteinase inhibitors (trypsin inhibitors and cystatins), SCP/TAPS and transthyretin-like proteins"[34]

Strong association with h pylori and pemphigus vulgaris [35]

Relation to steroid therapy from covid-19 presenting with skin, respiratory, or intestinal issues around 3 weeks after steroid therapy [36]

Serpins act as firstline defense against pathogens [37] probably including parasites. But it is also possible serpins might enhance the parasite ability to evade proteases [38] and possibly could explain why, if in fact the body downregulates serpins during a parasite infection. I have found no data yet to support that supposition though. That supposition might be disproven by the fact that knockdown of mosquito serpin6 impairs its immunity against malaria parasite [39]

Latvian herbs tansy, heather, mugwort, wormwood [40]


Mycobacterium m tuberculosis [41] strongy increases MMP.

CMV leading to ulcer [42]

I suspect based on personal experience and also the fact it is similar to mycobacteria,that pasteurella can e a coinfection and perhaps strongy can make it chronic in humans, but I can find no evidence of that in the literature.


See also parasite blend and TreeOfLife#body and parasitic worms

Zinc works well in my experience and also seems to be a great treatment or possibly even cure when given to rats [43]


Treat for HTLV


Green tea [44]

Milk thistle


Male fern root [45] source [46]

Yarrow [47]

Raw garlic


Green tea

Mimosa Mimosa pudica leaves [48]

love weed Cuscuta americana [49]

Areca Betel nut[50]

Cassava leaves [51]

Indian hemp root [52]

Moringa leaf [53]

Wormwood [54]

Ginkgo [55]

Clary sage [56]

Chamomile [57] [58]

Treatment design


5 drops parasite blend

Treat for h pylori

Treat for mycobacterium

Treat for HTLV

30mg zinc

1 capsule full spectrum Garlic powder

100-200mg coq10

Vitamin E


Vitamin A?

Herbal blend

Moringa leaf powder [59]

Wormwood powder [60] [61]

Ginkgo leaf powder [62]

Black walnut hulls [63]

Milk thistle seed [64]

Yarrow flower powder [65] [66]


Turmeric powder [67]

Chamomile [68]

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