Chinese Traditional herbal medicine prescriptions are a cocktail of many herbs tailored to the individual patient. One batch of herbs is typically decocted twice over the course of one hour. The practitioner usually designs a remedy using one or two main ingredients that target the illness. Then the practitioner adds many other ingredients to adjust the formula to the patient’s yin/yang conditions.
Often, ingredients are needed to cancel out toxicity or side-effects of the main ingredients. Some herbs require the use of other ingredients as catalyst or else the brew is ineffective. Unlike western medications, the balance and interaction of all the ingredients are considered more important than the effect of individual ingredients. A key to success in TCM is the treatment of each patient as an individual.
Chinese TCM Medicine often incorporates ingredients from all parts of plants, such as the leaf, stem, flower, root, and also ingredients from animals and minerals.
For Parasite Cleanses Chinese medicine relies on bitter herbs to stimulate the liver to produce more bile. One theory is that it is the bile that kills intestinal parasites, not the toxic properties of the herbs. The two formulas below target all parasitic worms and will work in the intestine, stomach and all other organs, as TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), relies upon the holistic healing approach, which treats the entire body living organism, not just targeting one area.
Dr Hulda Clark’s Chinese Herb Parasite Cleanse recommendations
Chinese herbs are readily available from Chinese Medical shops in most major Cities in USA, Canada UK and Australia.
Below are the two mainly used formulas for parasites in TCM They are very powerful herbs and can only be obtained from a Chinese Medical Dispensary. The formulas have the Chinese “pronunciations” for the herb first, and then the actual botanical name second. Dosage is in grams
Wu Mei Wan – warm internal & calm/expel roundworms
Wu Mei Wan – Shang Han Lun
Wu Mei (fructus pruni mume)…480g
Chuan Jiao (pericarpium zanthoxyli bungeani)…120g
Xi Xin (herba cum radice asari)…180g
Huang Lian (rhizoma coptidis)…480g
Huang Bai (cortex phellodendri)…180g
Gan Jiang (dried rhizoma zingiberis officinalis)…300g
Fu Zi (radix lateralis aconiti carmichaeli praeparata)…180g
Gui Zhi (ramulus cinnamomi cassiae)…180g
Ren Shen (radix ginseng)…180g
Dang Gui (radix angelicae sinensis)…120g
***Steep Wu Mei in vinegar overnight, then pit and mash.
Powder all ingredients and take 1-3 times per day in 9g doses.
Indications: intermittent attacks of abdominal pain, stifling sensation, irritable and warm in the chest and epigastrium with vomiting after eating, cold hands and feet, may see roundworms in vomit. Visibility of worms in stools and itching anus
Fei Er Wan – Tai Ping Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang
Chao Shen Qu (dry fried massa fermentata)…300g
Huang Lian (rhizoma coptidis)…300g
Rou Dou Kou (semen myristicae fragrantis)…150g
Shi Jun Zi (fructus quisqualis indicae)…150g
Chao Mai Ya (dry fried fructus hoedei vulgaris germinantus)…150g
Bing Lang (semen arecae catechu)…120g
Mu Xiang (radix aucklandiae lappae)…60g
Indications: parasitic infestations with intermittent attacks of abdominal pain, indigestion, emaciation, loose stools, feverishness, foul smelling breath, dull complexion, large distended abdomen.
Accompany a Chinese Medicine Cleanse with a Dr Hulda Clark Zapper treatment, tuned to eliminate parasites with selective frequencies. Dr Hulda Clark’s Zapper Digital is available below:
Follow the “General Parasite cleanse” setting on the Zapper Digital: 0.16, 0.30, 0.68, 0.90, 2.50, 5.50, 13.93, 93.50, 356.72, 451.17