Wormwood Combination™

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Manufacturer Kroeger Herb Products
Supply 16 Days
Form 2 Capsules
Potency 700 mg
Size 100

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Wormwood Combination™

Our absolute best seller since 1980 and praised around the world! KHP's secret formula is unequaled in the crowded wormwood market of today.

Directions:

Two capsules 3 times daily before meals.

Ingredients:

Black Walnut Leaves, Wormwood, Quassia, Cloves, Male Fern. Other Ingredients: Vegetarian source capsules.

Additional Dietary Information:

Add garlic, Calimyrna figs and raw pumpkin seeds to your diet.

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I Think I Have a Parasite. Now What?

Parasites….It is something most of us don’t like to think about. People say “Worms are something that only dogs or cats can get”, or “People don’t get worms unless they live in squalid, third world conditions”. Well if our pets can get them, then they are close enough to us that we can get them as well. Parasites have a long tradition of living amongst healthy thriving organisms and they are not about to give that up. At least not without a fight.

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Parasites often make their way into our bodies while we garden or enjoy fresh picked produce.

Parasites….It is something most of us don’t like to think about. People say “Worms are something that only dogs or cats can get”, or “People don’t get worms unless they live in squalid, third world conditions”. Well if our pets can get them, then they are close enough to us that we can get them as well. Parasites have a long tradition of living amongst healthy thriving organisms and they are not about to give that up. At least not without a fight.

It is impossible to avoid contact with these ubiquitous and opportunistic organisms. They are simply too widespread and too well adapted to their ingenious methods of survival. So if it is inevitable that we will eventually come in contact with them, should we just accept it as a part of life? I don’t know about you, but I prefer to evict these nonpaying tenants. And it is not as if they just don’t give us any benefit, they also leave behind toxic wastes that tax our struggling elimination organs in an effort to remove them.

Ok, so we have decided that we don’t want to be giving a free ride anymore. What next? We can’t just pluck them out of our body. Or make ourselves so sick that we are no longer good hosts. Well medical science does have a few possibilities to offer such as chemical based treatments that hopefully don’t make us too sick in the process. Many MDs steer clear of the subject as well because it is difficult to quantify results or even to determine if there is an infestation at all. There are natural remedies as well but it can be confusing with the vague labeling due to government regulations. Research your choices and make sure that you are buying from a reputable company with some decent history. Many parasite programs are enhanced by timing the start of the cleanse to a few days before the full moon. Most parasites, being water based organisms, time their reproductive schedule to the phases of the moon. There are certain foods that you can eat that are helpful, like pumpkin seeds, in shedding parasites from your body.

How Can I Cleanse Parasites from My Body?

Wormwood is an antiparasitic herb.

One of our most popular kits year round is the Wormwood Kit. This parasite cleanse is full of strong bitters and anti-parastic herbs to help flush your body of the parasite and get you back to good health. While the subject of parasites is uncomfortable to speak with others about, we have some articles on our website to tell you more about the how and why of parasite treatment.

Don’t let your body be an invaders home–take it back from parasites!

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Cleansing Parasites from Your System

A parasite is an organism that derives its food, nutrition, and shelter by living in or on another organism. In biology the parasitic way of life is very common and humans may be a host to over 100 different types of parasites. Most people seem to think that a parasitic infection is uncommon, especially in North America, and prefer to not discuss parasites as it’s an unpleasant topic to consider. The truth of the matter is that parasites are prevalent, not restricted to third world countries, and there are many species that show no socioeconomic boundaries and can be found in all climates.

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Hanna taught extensively about parasites and how to address them in our bodies. We’ve compiled some of her best advice, direction, and knowledge of parasites in this post. Find this information and more in her books, Parasites the Enemy Within, God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Help One Another.

A parasite is an organism that derives its food, nutrition, and shelter by living in or on another organism. In biology the parasitic way of life is very common and humans may be a host to over 100 different types of parasites. Most people seem to think that a parasitic infection is uncommon, especially in North America, and prefer to not discuss parasites as it’s an unpleasant topic to consider. The truth of the matter is that parasites are prevalent, not restricted to third world countries, and there are many species that show no socioeconomic boundaries and can be found in all climates.

Once parasites are established in the body, these invaders do four things:

•Parasites can cause physical trauma to the body by perforation of the intestines, the circulatory system, the lungs, the liver, and so on. When chyme (a semifluid mass of partly digested food) is released into the perforated intestines it oozes into the lymph system. Allergies are the first reaction. In other words, parasites can make “Swiss cheese” out of your organs.

•Parasites can erode, damage, or block certain organs. They can lump together and make a ball, a tumor so to speak, and go into the brain, heart, and lungs and make untold misery for the host.

•Parasites have to eat so they rob us of our nutrients, taking the best of our vitamins and amino acids and leaving the rest to us. Many people become anemic due to this.

•These scavengers cause damage by poisoning us with their toxic waste. Each parasite gives off certain metabolic waste products that our already weakened bodies have trouble disposing of. The poisoning of the host with the parasite’s waste is a condition called “verminous intoxication”. It can be very serious and is difficult to diagnose.

An infected individual may feel bloated, tired or hungry, have allergies, gas, unclear thinking and generally may feel toxic. Certain parasites have the ability to fool the body of the host into thinking that the parasite is a normal part of the body tissue and so the body doesn’t fight the intruder. As masters of disguise, parasites can imitate the vibration of different organs and systems in the body. They thrive in stagnant conditions (congestion in the body) and toxic environments. People with low immune systems are most susceptible but even healthy individuals are at risk as a parasitic infection may wait for years to show up, starting when the body is weakened due to stress or illness. When parasites find their way to a diseased body that doesn’t provide them with the nutrition they need, they will simply form cysts around themselves and wait until the body is healthier to come out.

It is common to host more than one type of parasite at a time and by combining remedies, multiple parasites can be addressed simultaneously. Hanna taught about 5 types of parasites that affect humans:

  1. Roundworms are common worldwide, especially in warmer climates. These parasites can grow to about the size of a pencil. Some symptoms to look for include allergies, anemia, asthma, digestive disturbances, grinding of teeth at night, intestinal gas, restlessness, snoring, and weight gain around the full moon. The primary remedies for roundworms are Wormwood Combination and Wormwood Kit for adults and Cina Vibropathic for children. Some types of roundworms include pinworm, hookworm, dog heartworm, ascaris, trichinosis, vein worm, and whipworm.
  2. Flatworms (Tapeworm family) are flat, ribbon-like parasites. There are many different species of tapeworm and humans are easy hosts. Tapeworms do not have a digestive system and absorb nutrients through their skin. They give off dangerous toxic waste and create high sugar levels in the blood. Tapeworms can be difficult to detect and typically hide behind the liver and gall bladder. Most tapeworms require an intermediate host besides humans and the worms are named accordingly (like bladder worm or rat tapeworm). The primary remedies for flatworms are Rascal for adults and Filix Vibropathic for children.
  3. Flukes are also included in the flatworm family and have two ventral suckers that allow them to attach to their hosts. Humans usually become infected through eating raw or under-cooked fish or crab, eating infected vegetation or by drinking or wading in infected water. Flukes are microscopic and can lay 100,000 eggs per day. The eggs of flukes can cause extensive damage as they pass through the body because they have tiny spines on the outside. The parasites release a toxic metabolite that may also damage the host’s tissues. The primary remedy for flukes is the Vibropathic specific to each parasite (blood flukes, fish flukes, intestinal flukes, liver flukes, lung flukes, lymph flukes, and pancreatic flukes). Once a fluke has been cleared from the system it is important to rebuild the tissue they have damaged with Vitamin A.
  4. Single-Celled Parasites include amoeba, cryptosporidium, giardia, leishmaniasis, neospora, protozoa, sarcocystis, spinal fluid parasites, toxoplasmosis, and trichomonas. All single-celled parasites are in the protozoa family and are commonly transferred through the air and food supply.  While a strong immune system can eliminate these parasites there are specific vibrational remedies for them. The primary remedy for single-celled parasites is the Protozoa Kit.
  5. Spirochetes are a group of organisms that Hanna including in her teachings on parasites because of their behavior in the human body, but they are technically a bacteria. There are many kinds and many sizes and researchers have found at least 5 different types. Spirochetes are able to bend their bodies and oscillate while adhering to some object by one end. They multiply in the blood and lymphatic system and can remain dormant for extended periods of time, coming out when the system is stressed. This organism is widespread, difficult to diagnose and is associated with run-down, immune-defiecient conditions such as AIDS, Candida albicans, Epstein-Barr and herpes. The species of Spirochetes called Treponema (which causes syphilis) does not respond to herbal remedies and should be treated by a physician. Remedies include SPK Formula, Protozoa Kit, Special X Vibropathic and tea, Trichinosis Vibropathic, and the X-40 Kit.

After you’ve had any kind of scavengers and after you have cleared your body of them, you have to consider rebuilding your body next. For example, if lung flukes have been in your body, they have made tiny holes throughout the organ so you have to rebuild. Taking Vitamin A, E, and Lung Formula regularly for one month will help to heal the lungs. If parasites have perforated the intestinal tract the holes must also be healed with Vitamin A, Aloe Vera juice, and a probiotic like Taurin Dophilus. To repair liver damage caused by worms try Goldenseal, Goldenrod, Cloves, B-Complex (like Anti-Fatigue), and Vitamin E. After blood flukes or spirochete, one gallon of Hyssop tea a day for two days (2 gallons total, no food) will clear the toxic waste the scavengers have left and heal the damage. Following protozoa take two teaspoons liquid chlorophyll in 4 ounces of water twice daily.

Signs of Parasites

Chronic Fatigue: symptoms include tiredness, flu-like complaints, apathy, depression, and impaired concentration.

Immune Dysfunction: Parasites depress immune system function by decreasing the secretion of immunoglobulin A.

Constipation: Some parasites, because of their shape and large size, can physically obstruct certain organs like the colon, liver, and bile duct.

Diarrhea: Certain parasites can cause frequent loose stools.

Gas and Bloating: Parasites that live in the upper small intestine cause both of these symptoms.

Anemia: Parasitess leach nutrients from the human host and if they are present in large enough numbers the can create enough blood loss to cause a type of iron deficiency, even pernicious anemia.

Nervousness: Parasitic metabolic wastes can serve as irritants to the central nervous system. Restlessness and anxiety are often the result of systematic parasite infestation.

Allergy: Many allergies are caused by parasites as some increase the level of eosinophils. If this is the case, eosinophils can inflame body tissue and make allergic reactions to food in particular.

Hanna thought everyone should do a parasite cleanse at least once a year: “Good health starts with cleansing out the waste, including worms and parasites.”

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Hanna’s Remedies for Fungus and Fungal Infections

Did you know your body is covered in tiny fungal ecosystems? True and completely normal and natural though that doesn’t change the fact that it’s a bit creepy. The presence of fungus in and on the body is kept in check through our body’s healthy antibodies and bacteria though sometimes the balance is tipped towards the fungus and an infection can result. You’re probably aware of the usual suspects: Athlete’s foot, jock itch, yeast infections, or diaper rash and cradle cap but what about the maladies that result from fungus overstaying its welcome and overtaking our healthy bodies? Keeping fungus in check and ridding our systems of the toxins resulting from fungus is a topic Hanna discussed extensively and while that image to the left looks lovely, it’s actually fungus that lives on our skin and nails… read on for Hanna’s tips and remedies!

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Did you know your body is covered in tiny fungal ecosystems? True and completely normal and natural though that doesn’t change the fact that it’s a bit creepy. The presence of fungus in and on the body is kept in check through our body’s healthy antibodies and bacteria though sometimes the balance is tipped towards the fungus and an infection can result. You’re probably aware of the usual suspects: Athlete’s foot, jock itch, yeast infections, or diaper rash and cradle cap but what about the maladies that result from fungus overstaying its welcome and overtaking our healthy bodies? Keeping fungus in check and ridding our systems of the toxins resulting from fungus is a topic Hanna discussed extensively and while that image to the left looks lovely, it’s actually fungus that lives on our skin and nails… read on for Hanna’s tips and remedies!

Hanna believed that 90% of the Western population suffers from fungal infections and that the most susceptible to infection are those who are obese, frequently take antibiotics or birth control, people with diabetes, or those with Epstein-Barr or HIV. Fungus spreads rapidly, especially on moist areas of the body and when processed foods or antibiotics are ingested frequently. Because fungus is present on each and every one of our bodies, no matter how healthy we are, looking after our systems internally to avoid infection and the spread of fungus is important. Hanna truly believed in the power of healing our bodies naturally, especially through the foods we eat and shared these remedies:

Hanna’s Food Remedies for Fungus:

  • Drink 3 glasses of Concord grape juice daily
  • Eat 2 tablespoons asparagus twice daily
  • Drink cinnamon tea each morning and evening (add 1 teaspoon freshly ground cinnamon to a mug of hot water, sweeten with honey if desired)
  • Add plenty of alfalfa sprouts, chickpeas and sage to your diet
  • Drink aloe vera juice
  • Clear fungus using Hanna’s interferon recipe (Each morning eat 1 pint cottage cheese with 5 tablespoons of walnut, apricot or almond oil. Continue for 3 weeks)
  • Eat Hanna’s natural antibiotic foods: grapefruit, garlic, willow, radish, chlorophyll and bee pollen

Eating these foods will help to keep fungus levels in check in your system but if you’re already experiencing the symptoms of a fungal infection, there are additional (but still natural!) measures you can take. Once a fungal infection occurs in our systems there is a great chance that it will return several times throughout the year if it is not addressed properly. Yeast infections, for example, impacts the comfort of at least 75 million women worldwide annually according to The Fungal Research Trust. What’s worse? Of those women, nearly 10% will experience up to 4 repeated infections within the year. Struggle to keep itchy athlete’s foot at bay? It’s estimated that 1 in 5 people have it and considering it spreads person-to-person through contact with an area infected with the fungus (think shower stalls), that number isn’t going anywhere.

If you’re presently struggling with a fungal infection or have in the past, Hanna created several herbal products that can cleanse the system of fungus and rid your body of the toxins fungus produces.

Hanna’s Fungal Infection Remedies:

This list is compiled from Hanna’s book, Help One Another, and is only a sample of the items she recommended to take internally for fungal infection. Fungus that is taking hold in the system can lead to a number of illnesses that are often misdiagnosed for other illnesses which means that the overgrowth is allowed to continue and the condition can become much worse before it becomes better. Some indications of a possible fungal infection (other than the certain presence of conditions like a yeast infection or athlete’s foot that you can see/feel) include skin trouble resulting in acne or dull skin and stomach or digestive issues. Because of the toxins that a fungal infection creates in our systems, our intestinal lining can become inflamed or permeated causing leaky gut, a painful and wounded digestive system that can cause irritable bowel, constipation, or impact the proper absorption of nutrients from the foods we eat. Learn more about leaky gut here.

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A common complaint of fungal overgrowth on the body is the presence of a dry, itchy, red rash. With winter approaching it will be easy to assume the change in temperature is the culprit but don’t discount the possibility of fungus! For fungus on the skin Hanna believed in applying diluted cinnamon oil directly to the area several times a day until it disappears. Good choices for oils to dilute the cinnamon oil with arealmond, jojoba or grapeseed. Fungus cannot live in the presence of cinnamon. Check out the plethora of other benefits of cinnamon oil here.

Whether its the presence of Candida in the system, a recurring yeast infection, itchy athlete’s foot or a rash that just won’t stop, assessing the presence of fungus in your system and clearing it from the body with Hanna’s remedies is a natural and safe remedy for good health. Want to learn more about Hanna’s remedies? Take a look at them here.

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5 Reasons Pumpkin Seeds Are a Good Treat

Treats don’t just come in a tiny wrapper this Halloween! Did you know pumpkin seeds can provide support to your immune system, fight against parasites, give you a boost of healthy omega 3s, aid sleep with the Tryptophan amino acid they contain, even alleviate inflammation?

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Pumpkin seeds have high levels of essential minerals: iron, manganese, zinc, potassium, copper, calcium, magnesium, and selenium.

Treats don’t just come in a tiny wrapper this Halloween! Did you know pumpkin seeds can provide support to your immune system, fight against parasites, give you a boost of healthy omega 3s, aid sleep with the Tryptophan amino acid they contain, even alleviate inflammation?

Most people do not realize there are medicinal values of the pumpkin seeds. Studies suggest the seeds contain unique DHEA (di hydro epi-androstenedione) effects that help with prostate and ovarian health. And experimental studies on pumpkin seed oil have shown phytochemical compounds may have a role in the prevention of kidney illness. Take a look at the 5 reasons to keep the seeds from the pumpkin your ‘ghost or goblin’ carves to celebrate this Halloween!

 

  1. Pumpkin Seeds for Immune SupportZinc plays a big role in keeping your immune system functioning properly and pumpkin seeds are loaded with it! The diet of most Americans is deficient in zinc due to foods being grown in poor soil but recovering from an illness (like a cold or the flu) can also impact zinc levels in your system. Get your daily dose of zinc with a handful of pumpkin seeds to keep your immune system healthy, promote better rest, improve cell health, and boost your mood.

     

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  2. Pumpkin Seeds Provide Essential Omega 3s:Pumpkin seeds are one of the most abundant sources of plant based Omega 3 fatty acids. It’s important to ingest these fats as our bodies cannot produce them on their own and their presence promotes cardiovascular health. Fish orkrill oils are better known than plant-based omegas, but pumpkin seeds are an excellent source. The added heart health bonus of pumpkin seeds is that they contain magnesium which has shown to benefit blood pressure levels as well as reducing sudden cardiac arrest in those with high blood pressure.
  3. Pumpkin Seeds for Inflammation: Tired of taking an over-or-behind-the-counter medication to ease the complaints of inflammation? Try eating pumpkin seeds for their anti-inflammatory properties that have shown promise in clinical trials to address the swelling and pain associated with arthritis and joint inflammation.
  4. Pumpkin Seeds for Restful Sleep: Ever heard of people being tired after a Thanksgiving meal because of eating too much turkey? Turkey and pumpkin seeds contain Tryptophan, an amino acid that our bodies convert into seratonin, otherwise known as the “sleep hormone.” Having a handful of pumpkin seeds with a small piece of fruit a few hours before bed can encourage better sleep.
  5. Pumpkin Seeds for Parasites: Hanna recommended pumpkin seeds to help expel parasites from our systems and included them in a best-selling formula, Rascal, as pumpkin seeds help remove parasites’ protective outer skins to speed up the process of expelling them from your system.

We think pumpkin seeds are pretty amazing and are excited to try this recipe out to roast them.

Hanna’s Pumpkin Roasting Recipe

Image courtesy of Pumpkins at Hancock Shaker Village

 

After you’ve carved this season’s pumpkin, gather the seeds and clean them…we know this is a big job as there will be traces of pumpkin on the seeds that you will need to clean off. Then after you have done so however, things get much easier! Simmer your seeds in salt water for 10 minutes then drain and pat dry. Spread your seeds out onto a baking sheet and allow them to continue to dry for 5 minutes while your oven heats to 325 degrees. Drizzle the seeds with olive oil and your favorite herbs and spices. Try making several batches to test flavors, too.

Some of our favorites are brown sugar and paprika, oregano and lemon zest, chipotle and sea salt, or just a simple crack of fresh black pepper and sea salt. Roast your seeds at 325 degrees for 10 minutes then remove and stir before placing them back into the oven for an additional 8-10 minutes. A handful pumpkin seeds can help keep youhelp keep the doctor away!

Be creative and enjoy a healthy snack!

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Fall Cleanse to Get Your Body Back on Track!

Fall – the season of beautiful colored leaves, football, and delicious pumpkin pie. When the summer months come to a halt, the barbeques and long days in the sun are winding down, it is good to take some time and cleanse your body of parasites and toxins and prepare for a healthy and happy end of year.

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Fall – the season of beautiful colored leaves, football, and delicious pumpkin pie. When the summer months come to a halt, the barbeques and long days in the sun are winding down, it is good to take some time and cleanse your body of parasites and toxins and prepare for a healthy and happy end of year.

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Autumn is a great time to take stock of the herbs your body needs!

Traditional cleansing techniques can help to bring you renewed vitality anytime during the year when you feel you need a lift, but it is common to perform a fall cleanse (Hanna always encouraged to participate in a whole body cleanse about twice a year). With care and attention to these guidelines and your body’s own signals, you can have a safe and rejuvenating cleanse with Wormwood Combination, Hanna’s best selling herb for over three decades plays a large role in this cleansing process due to its diversity of health benefits.

Fighting Off Evil Pests!
When we hear the word parasites’ we immediately think of how unpleasant of a word it is, as well as the even more unpleasant effects that come with it. Parasites in humans often cause immune system damage, chronic fatigue, diarrhea, infections, and much more. After hearing these terrible effects of parasites, it is obvious why we want to ensure that these vicious bugs stay out of our bodies. However, taking the allopathic medicine given by most doctors presents additional toxins in the body in order to attempt to kill parasites leading us to be unhealthy. Wormwood is the leading supplement in fighting parasites, aiding our body to stay healthy. Similarly to the Wormwood Combination, pumpkin seeds provide protection from parasites including tapeworms and roundworms. In order to see and feel results of the pumpkin seeds, a copious amount must be ingested, typically mixed into a juice. Having to consume such a large amount of pumpkin seeds can become a bit much, and the effectiveness of the seed has not been scientifically proven, therefore, we encourage the ingestion of Wormwood Combination to fight parasites. 

Digestive Cleansing for Fall
Let’s face it, after spending the spring season working hard to get our ‘summer bod’ ready for the swimsuit season, our diet typically consists of quick and easy foods and consumables on the go. Cleaning out the digestive system is a major step in the cleansing process and Wormwood has been known to help. This incredible herb can aid in upset stomach, nausea, and loss of appetite. And, keeping our skin healthy brings happiness and confidence, and is a major part of cleansing. Wormwood Combination is a great herbal solution for healing.

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Wormwood has been used for 3,500 years as a vermifuge to kill parasites

Hanna always believed in key herbs that can help rid your body of parasitic intruders. Cloves, Pumpkin Seeds, Garlic, and Black Walnut can all be taken as additional remedies to cleansing and improve your fall recovery. Cloves help mainly with a digestive cleanse and can be an aid for fighting parasites as well. Milk Thistle is another detoxifying agent that  focuses on thecleansing of the liver.

So, after having all of that fun during summer, it is time to buckle down and get our bodies healthy again. Help your body recover by taking part in a biannual cleanse, to fight off nasty parasites and keep your body, inside and out, healthy and happy. Be sure that during this cleanse you include the use of Hanna’sWormwood Combination, and prepare yourself for a fall season full of beautiful sights, smells, and football!

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We follow Hanna Kroeger’s powerful principle, “help each other” to provide you with products and information to help you achieve optimum health through traditional and alternative therapies. For over 50 years, Hanna’ s Herb Shop has served our customers by providing a trusted haven to learn and share information. The products we discuss in this blog are special because Hanna’s original recipes use no fillers, binders, flowing agents, or excipients—a rarity in the industry today. Learn more at www.hannasherbshop.com.

 

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