These Two Ingredients Eliminate Intestinal Parasites

In addition to causing digestive problems, intestinal parasites can affect the body on many levels, even influencing our mood and causing nervousness and anxiety. Learn how to eliminate parasites with just two ingredients in today's article.
These Two Ingredients Eliminate Intestinal Parasites
Maricela Jiménez López

Reviewed and approved by the doctor Maricela Jiménez López.

Last update: 11 July, 2022

Nowadays, intestinal parasites are one of the main reasons for people to consult their doctors. In fact, many suffer from them and are unaware of them due to the lack of symptoms. However, problems arise when they have the perfect environment to proliferate and are provided with the substances necessary for their survival.

Intestinal parasites can occur due to the handling of or contact with contaminated food or drinks. Below, we reveal further details about them. In addition, we suggest a simple treatment of only two ingredients that’ll allow you to eliminate them.

What are intestinal parasites?

Parasites are microorganisms that live inside the body and feed off of its resources. As their name implies, intestinal parasites live in the intestines of humans and other mammals. 

They’re generally protozoa (like giardia) or worms (threadworms or tapeworms). They enter the body through contaminated foods or drinks.

Children are often the most affected. Nevertheless, people of all ages are at risk of contracting parasites when exposed to unhygienic sanitary conditions.

What are the symptoms of a parasitic infection?

A woman with an infection due to parasites.

Often, the symptoms of parasitic infections are difficult to diagnose. That’s because they’re easily confused with other ailments. However, it’s important to know what they are so you can seek treatment as early as possible.

The most common symptoms are:

  • Lack of or excessive appetite (with difficulty controlling body weight).
  • Fatigue and sleep disorders.
  • Anxiety and nervousness.
  • Inflammation of the eyes.
  • Food intolerances and allergies, accompanied by diarrhea or constipation.
  • Difficulty digesting foods.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome and recurring stomach pain.
  • Itching in the anal region.
  • Constant headaches.
  • Muscle cramps and numbness of the hands and feet.

How to eliminate parasites with just two ingredients

If you’re experiencing the symptoms of an intestinal parasite infection, you should consult with your doctor for a proper diagnosis. If your doctor confirms their presence in your body, you must modify your eating habits and reduce your consumption of sugars and processed foods as much as possible.

In addition to the treatment prescribed by your doctor, you can prepare natural remedies that’ll support your digestive function without causing unwanted side effects. For example, flax seeds and cloves are both natural remedies. Indeed, they’ve become popular for their effectiveness against these microorganisms.

These two foods contain active anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic compounds. They help provide relief from these types of infections before they worsen.

The health benefits of cloves


Cloves possess natural analgesic, antispasmodic, and antibacterial properties. They contain a substance called eugenol. It prevents blood clots and other cardiac and circulatory problems.

Cloves provide nutrients like:

  • Vitamin B.
  • Vitamin K.
  • Potassium.
  • Calcium.
  • Magnesium.
  • Omega-3 fatty acids.

Thanks to their components, they’re used to treat:

  • Diarrhea
  • Infections like cholera
  • Tuberculosis
  • Malaria
  • Fungal and bacterial infections

The benefits of flax seeds

Flax seeds.

Flax seeds are known as a superfood due to their nutrient-rich contents. They contain essential fatty acids, dietary fiber, and antioxidants that promote digestive function.

In addition, they have a huge capacity for absorption that promotes the elimination of stored toxins from the colon. They’re also really gentle on the stomach and nourish the bacterial flora that protects the intestines from damaging agents.

We also recommend you read:  5 Tips to Eliminate Intestinal Parasites

How to prepare the clove and flaxseed remedy

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When the above symptoms occur, it’s best to see a doctor for proper treatment. However, this remedy can be used as a complement to treatment to combat intestinal parasites.


  • 1 tablespoon of cloves (12 grams).
  • 10 tablespoons of flax seeds (100 grams)


  • Blend the ingredients in a coffee grinder to create a powder.

How to take

  • Mix two tablespoons of the product in warm water, and have it with your breakfast.
  • Consume it for three to seven days consecutively. Then, take a break for the same amount of time before resuming.
  • Repeat every three months or whenever necessary.
  • For optimal results, drink plenty of water when you’re taking the remedy.

Remember to reinforce your hygiene measures in order to avoid contact with these microorganisms.

Finally, if you have pets at home, deworm them periodically, following veterinary recommendations, since they also pose a risk of infection.

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This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.