90 Veggie Capsules
Dr. Bo's® Para Pure™ ingredients have been shown to be excellent for purification and elimination of parasites and worms from the entire body. Para Pure has also been shown to be effective for the relief of minor intestinal symptoms associated with parasites, such as bloating, abdominal pain, flatulence and diarrhea. To achieve ultimate health and relief from parasites, it has also been shown that one should do a parasite cleanse at least once or better yet twice a year. Take Para Pure for 15 days, rest for 7 days, then repeat Para Pure for an additional 15 days to make sure you kill off the second stage, eggs and larvae. Use individually or as part of Dr. Bo's Parasite Program.
Gluten FREE, Casein FREE (GFCF) and Vegan Formula.
You're tired, nauseous and your stomach has declared war on your bowels. Something is definitely wrong, yet you can't seem to put your finger on it. Even though you're eating right, the problem refuses to go away.
As incredible as it may seem, perhaps the problem is that millions of parasites have decided to take up residence in your body. They're sharing your food, partying in your intestines and releasing their waste into your bloodstream.
Many experts suggest as much as 22-80 percent of the population is infected. In addition to the aforementioned malaise, many experts believe parasites may be a potential or an underlying cause of Epstein-Barr (chronic fatigue syndrome), candida, influenza and other afflictions.
A parasite can best be described as an organism that lives in or upon another living organism (the host). Parasites derive their food and nutrition from the host and can produce symptoms that range from mild discomfort to severe damage to organs and systems of the host. Basically, they cause damage in the following ways:
- They rob the host of nutrients, including vitamins and amino acids. Severe cases can lead to malnutrition and/or anemic conditions.
- They secrete poisonous metabolic waste into the body and blood of the host.
- They can cause trauma to the body by perforation of the intestines, the circulatory system, the lungs and the liver.
- They can cause damage to certain organs such as the brain, heart, etc.
Most people think of parasites as being a problem in developing countries or where there is poor sanitation. Nothing could be further from the truth. Some statistics indicate that most of the world's population is infected with one or more different types of parasites.
Statistics show that warmer, more humid areas are likely to harbor the most parasites. Regardless of the known statistics (many cases go unreported), some experts are seeing a significant rise during the past several years.
This may be, in part, due to the following changes in life-style:
- Consumption of raw fish.
- Increase in fast foods which may not be cooked long enough to destroy parasites.
- Increased dependency on microwave ovens which may not raise the internal temperature of food high enough to kill the parasites.
- Increased consumption of raw fruits and vegetables.
- Increased air travel to remote areas known to have higher levels of parasites. Returning soldiers from different parts of the world often bring parasites home with them.
- Increase in the number of pets (especially cats and dogs) which often harbor parasites and frequently live indoors.
- Increased population of children. Children are usually more infected than adults.
- The lack of non-prescriptive medications available to the general public for the treatment of parasites.
- Increased infection of water born parasites which inhabit many mountain streams and lakes in wilderness camping areas.
- Increase in immigration (both legal and illegal). Many immigrants harbor parasites from their native countries.
Types of Parasites
While there are literally hundreds of known parasites, this article will concentrate on the most commonly encountered parasites that may be experienced by the majority of people.
Pinworms are one of the most common parasites. They are found in all socioeconomic groups, particularly in children. They are not harmful to tissues and organs like some parasites, but they may cause great discomfort.
They are normally white and are about 1/4 inch long and live in the lower part of the intestines, the colon and rectum. They crawl out of the anus and lay their eggs (up to 15,000 per day). After a few hours, they are capable of infecting other people, especially since they are light and can be carried by the air, clothes, walls, sheets and carpet.
Even though this parasite is easy to get rid of, most often children will re-infect themselves by scratching around the anus and then putting their fingers in the mouth, or by not washing properly before eating.
The most notable symptoms are rectal itching, grinding teeth while sleeping, constipation, diarrhea, bad breath and dark rings around the eyes.
The second group of parasites are known as the Roundworms. These worms make their home in the intestines and can reach up to 17 inches long. They are more difficult to expel than the pinworm because they attach themselves to the walls of the intestine. It is here that they begin to excrete poisonous metabolic waste into the bloodstream of the host. In cases of extreme infection, the larva will travel to the lungs, liver, eyes, brain and ears causing extensive damage.
The infection begins with the ingestion of the eggs which are usually present in contaminated soil, or on fruits and vegetables grown in infected soil. Children are easily infected by eating dirt or putting soiled hands into their mouth.
The most notable symptoms are bloating and severe pain in the intestinal tract, diarrhea, digestive problems, peritonitis, jaundice, chronic dry cough and lack of energy. Individuals may experience blood sugar imbalance, weight loss and fatigue.
The third most common group of parasites is the infamous tapeworm. There is a whole family of these worms, including the Beef Tapeworm, Pork Tapeworm, Dog Tapeworm, Broad Fish Tapeworm, Dwarf Tapeworm and Bladder Worm. They do not have a digestive system, so they absorb nutrients, particularly vitamin B-12 and Folic Acid, through their skin. They give off toxic waste products which cause much stress and damage to the body.
Infection normally occurs through the consumption of raw or uncooked beef, pork or fish. Dog Tapeworms are common in children due to their close association with pets (cats and dogs).
This parasite not only eats our food, but often sucks our blood, causing anemia, abdominal discomfort and pain, diarrhea, toxemia, lack of appetite, nausea, weight loss, exhaustion, unclear thinking, hunger pains and allergies. Some tapeworms may cause a sugar imbalance and, as a result, people may gain or lose weight.
Giardia is a microscopic parasite that lives in water. All streams and mountain water should be considered infected. Giardia is not killed by chemicals used to treat drinking water, including chlorine. Recently, this parasite was found in the New York State Reservoir that supplies most of the city's water. Giardia has been frequently reported in the Rocky Mountains and most western states.
Symptoms can range from mild to severe. Diarrhea is the most common, but malabsorption, light colored fatty stools, gas, abdominal cramps, lactose and meat intolerance, folic acid and soluble vitamin deficiency may occur. Extreme exhaustion is also a symptom.
Another group of parasites are the Flukes. These flatworms invade the liver, the lungs, the intestines and the blood. Humans generally become infected by eating raw or undercooked fish or crab. Eating infected vegetables such as water chestnuts and watercress or drinking or wading in infected water may also be a means of contacting these parasites.
Almost everyone who travels into other countries, particularly tropical climates, may have experienced the Entamoeba Histolytica, the amoeba parasite, that causes amoebic dysentery.
The primary symptoms are chronic diarrhea, nausea, pain and intestinal discomfort. They may be mild or very severe.
- Thoroughly wash hands with soap and water.
- Cook all meats to the prescribed temperature.
- Stop eating or cut down the amounts of raw, uncooked meat or fish in your diet.
- Drink bottled water at home and when traveling, or, at home, install a proper water purification system.
- Keep pets properly treated on a regular basis with worm medications.
- Keep yourself on a good detoxification program as suggested by your health care practitioner.
Purification and Elimination
Three out of every four people have some kind of parasite or worm. They live mostly in a toxic bowel, but can exist in almost every part of the body. Cleansing the body, especially the bowels, is a very important part of getting rid of parasites and worms.
Dr. Bo's Para Pure contains the ingredients that have been shown to help with this purification and elimination. Para Pure is a thorough but gentle product that will effectively kill parasites, worms and flukes in all of their stages.
The ingredients in Dr. Bo's Para Pure are of the highest quality, their benefits are numerous and they are formulated using Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) in our ultra modern FDA registered manufacturing facilities. This formulation contains no artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, additives, stimulants, gluten, casein, wheat, dairy, gliadin, avenin, soy, corn, nuts, yeast, oats, sugar or preservatives that can rob you of your good health, and is manufactured with a process that does not require the use of lubricants or flow agents assuring the purity of Dr. Bo's Para Pure and bypassing the need for any superfluous ingredients.
*The statements in this technical bulletin have not been evaluated by the Food And Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your physician if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition before beginning supplementation. Information contained in this bulletin is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician.
As a dietary supplement, take two (2) capsules three (3) times daily for 15 days, rest for 7 days, then repeat, or as directed by your health care provider.