e cover the benefits of Old
Amish Dewormer (indeed, the entire subject of regularly
using a good vermifuge) on its own product page. We
recommend a review of this material if you are not
familiar with it. At this point we will focus on
the role of Old Amish
within the context of our Liver/Colon Cleansing
As we make clear on the previous program page, you can use the Dewormer by itself and get good results in this one area. Our customers regularly do this. The reason we you want to start with Omega LB in this program, however, is that you want to optimize bowel functioning before clearing out both parasites and stones. The reason this stage comes BEFORE the Liver Flush is that the parasites themselves can act as obstructions. Your liver may contain flukes and other parasites, and these organisms will not let go and come out during a liver flush unless they have been killed or severely harmed first.
For the purposes of this regimen, you should take one Tablespoon (15 ml.) of Old Amish Dewormer per 150 lbs. of body weight per day. You may prorate from there, using this figure. You do this for five full days and on the sixth (6th) day, proceed to the Liver Flush.
Avoiding 'Die-Off Effect'
During this stage of the Program it will be important to look out for signs of this phenomenon. (In conventional medicine, the term "die-off effect" is normally used in conjunction with the treatment of candidiasis. With leishmaniasis, syphilis, or tuberculosis, the term 'Herxheimer Effect' is used; 'Lucio's Phenomena' in the case of leprosy. Regardless of the name used, the effect is the same: when killing off pathogenic microbes or larger parasites, the body can become overburdened, producing symptoms which are, themselves, disease-like in nature.)
As parasites, both microbial and larger animals (i.e. nematodes or trematodes), die off during this process, you will be providing addition burden to the kidneys and lymphatic systems. This can be avoided both before and during this stage by observing the following:
What You'll Need
What to ExpectThis depends on how clinical you wish to approach the process. Two or three days into the process, you may notice pieces of small organisms in your stool that resemble some of the parasite pictures we provide elsewhere on this site. On the other hand, examining your stool for parasites could be the last thing you want to do. The only other thing to watch out for is "die-off effect," which we cover in the column at left.
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