If you’ve ever had a parasite, you know how miserable it can make you feel. The diarrhea, dehydration, and lack of energy can ruin your life. What’s more, parasites can cause all sorts of health problems, including colitis, malaria, assorted chronic health problems (e.g. fatigue, joint pain, memory or concentration problems) that seem to have no other cause, and even nutrient deficiencies (e.g. iron deficiency despite eating red meat every day).
The sad thing is, conventional medicine has known how to fight parasites for more than two decades. Back in 1995, a study found that an immune system chemical, produced naturally in healthy humans and animals, can fight parasites. But after this study, there wasn’t much research done on this chemical’s ability to fight parasites. That is until recently.
Bilharzia is a parasitic illness that’s common in Africa, Asia, and South America. While most Americans don’t have to worry about this parasite, a new study shows a great way to fight this and many other parasites. Bilharzia, also known as snail fever because the parasite comes from snails in these regions of the world, infects around 200 million people globally. If it’s not treated, it can lead to death, especially in children.
In the study, researchers from the University of Salford in Manchester, England gave the parasite to a strain of rats that cannot make nitric oxide. One of the study’s authors shows how they fought this parasite: “This strain of rat is highly susceptible to infection and the severe pathology caused by the parasite. When we return nitric oxide levels to normal in these rats, they recover their natural resistance to the parasite.”
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The researchers found that the nitric oxide blocked the parasite's ability to produce eggs. These eggs are how the parasite takes over a body. As the parasite releases eggs into the liver, intestine and other organs, it causes growths called granulomas. These granulomas are what can cause severe disease and even death. Since the nitric oxide blocks the growth of the parasite’s reproductive organs, it can’t produce eggs. This, in turn, means the granulomas don’t form and they can’t cause disease. The immune system is then able to fight the parasite as well.
By the way, the study back in 1995 said that nitric oxide plays “a role in immunologically mediated protection against a growing list of protozoan and helminth parasites in vitro and in animal models.” That means it can help your immune system fight off the bugs.
What’s sad is that the article detailing this important finding got one thing wrong. It said, “Nitric oxide ... cannot be administered to humans.” Yes, it can. All you have to do is take the right supplement, which will produce nitric oxide in your body.
So if you have a parasite – or even suspect you might have one – start taking CircO2 immediately. It’s the best supplement you can take to increase nitric oxide naturally in your body. It’s a proven immune booster!
Your insider for better health,
Steve Kroening, ND.