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Information About Paraway Cleanse

By Lynette Hingle ; Updated August 14, 2017

If you experience chronic intestinal disturbances such as diarrhea and constipation, you may be afflicted with parasites, says Knowledge Products, the manufacturer of the Paraway Cleanse herbal intestinal cleansing product. The Paraway Cleanse is purported to eliminate parasites from your body through the use of herbs effective at killing the foreign invaders. However, you should speak with your doctor about the Paraway Cleanse before you use the product to ensure that the herbs in the formula will not interfere with any of your prescription medications.


The Paraway Cleanse is a three-part, 30-day herbal detoxification system designed to eliminate parasites in your intestinal tract that may be causing illnesses such as chronic fatigue syndrome, anemia, muscle and joint pain, irritable bowel syndrome and allergies, says National Nutrition.


Parasites are organisms that live inside your body and compete with your cells for nutrients, and excrete their own toxic wastes that can compromise your immune system and leave your body vulnerable to disease and infection. You can pick up parasites from your household pets, chemical pollutants and household toxins, overuse of antibiotics, and through consuming raw fish, undercooked meat and food that has not been thoroughly washed, says Knowledge Products.


The Paraway Cleanse contains three parts—black walnut tincture, the artemisia capsule combination, which includes several anti-parasitic herbs, and clove capsules. You take 10 to 15 drops of the black walnut tincture twice daily; one to three artemisia capsules twice daily, and one to two clove capsules twice daily for 30 days.


You may need to take the Paraway Cleanse for up to three months to completely eliminate parasites within your body, notes Knowledge Products, and repeat the cleanse once per year to remove new parasites that you may have picked up. You may also follow the Paraway Cleanse with a liver and gallbladder cleanse to eliminate gallstones that can harbor parasites within these organs. Finally, you can aid the Paraway Cleanse by eating natural anti-parasitic foods such as raw pumpkin or papaya seeds, raw carrots and beets, onions, garlic, figs and pomegranates.


You may experience nausea, diarrhea, headaches and abdominal cramps when you first begin the Paraway cleanse. These symptoms should go away within a week, but if they do not, you can take smaller doses of the herbs until your symptoms subside.

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