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"Parasite infestation is a fact of life.  One garden radish can have over 100 parasite larvae.  One cubic inch of beef can have over 1,000 parasite larvae.  Over 65% of fresh fish tested has toxic levels of bacteria and parasites.  Chicken is even worse.

    Stop and think about this.  We take our pets to the local veterinarian for a parasite cleanse several times a year.  The rancher and farmer perform a parasite cleanse on their animals several times a year.  Unless you've recently done a parasite cleanse you may have this challenge RIGHT NOW! A little know fact...parasite larvae tend to be most active during the week of the full moon!  During historical times, people would get parasite infestations during the full moon and would act crazy...hence the word lunacy!  Take care of your body just as you would take care of a beloved pet...keep both of you parasite free."
-Samuel Young, M.H., N.D.


Proprietary Blend - Black Walnut hulls, Wormwood herb, Clove buds, Sage leaf, Fennel seed, Papaya leaf and Male Fern leaf.


Herbs in this formula are strong anti-parasitical herbs.  They are extremely effective at doing two things, creating an environment where parasites can not thrive or making his life so uncomfortable he'll leave our body.  This formula works best when used in conjunction with HP ICF #1 and HP ICF #2.  All negative pathology leave a toxic residue behind.  Eliminate these toxins quickly before the body can reabsorb them.  Use this herbal formula if parasites are suspected, if there has been any history of bowel problems, constipation, a diet of animal products, prolonged illness, serious disease or degeneration.


If there are personal pets in the home or the client works around livestock, a PARASITE CLEANSE should be done 4 times a year, most easily remembered as the seasons change, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.


Two droppers full A.M. and P.M. until 2 ounce bottle is used or as directed by a health care professional. Arrange parasite cleanse during the week of the full moon, the time the larvae hatch out. 

SIZE: 2 oz. 


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