Vermicyde-GRD 2oz $34.00
Contains: Tansey, Green-Black Walnut Hulls and Lomatium dissectum
Vermicyde-GRD is a combination of the herbs, Tansy, Black Walnut Hulls and Lomatium Dissectum and is used to support and protect the body in the presence of the parasite Giardia.
Tansy was used in the fourteenth century as a remedy for wounds, and as a bitter tonic. Tansy Tea has an age-old reputation for fever and other illnesses.
Tansy is an effective remedy for use in ridding the digestive tract of infestations of worms and has been used for many years to expel worms from the body. As a bitter it will stimulate the digestive process.
The anti-parasitic power of Black Walnut Hulls is well known to alternative practitioners. Most plants existed hundreds of thousands of years before we humans “arrived.” Most plants had to find their way to survive and to reproduce. They had to be stronger than their enemies. Most plants developed a wide arsenal of “chemicals” that are sufficient protection against insects, worms, amoebas, bacteria or viruses. Early animals and humans learned to use those plants to protect themselves from their own parasites and diseases. Human internal parasites are close relatives of other worms, bacteria and viruses that attack plants. Black Walnut developed extremely strong natural chemicals to protect its seeds – nuts, but in the same time not too harmful for humans. Black Walnut has been highly appreciated by humans, hundreds of generations before us.
Lomatium dissectum was widely employed medicinally by many Native American Indian tribes who considered it to be a universal panacea and used especially in treating chest problems and skin complaints. This is a Native American Pacific Northwest anti-viral herb. See LDM-100 for more details.
Not suggested during pregnancy.
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