Parasite Herbs
 
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The primary blood problem associated with parasitic infection is anemia. This is true whether the parasite is "intestinal" or one of the microscopic blood parasites. Both tend to eat red blood cells, sometimes with discernment and sometimes they practically suck up blood like a vacuum cleaner. One of the consequences of this is lack of ability to transport oxygen throughout the body. Symptoms might include coldness, especially in the extremities like hands and feet, but some people could be quite weak and tired, often exhibiting despondency.

There is a hypothetical possibility that a patient with a parasitic infection could hemorrhage internally. If you have seen a dog's heart in a jar of formaldehyde in a veterinarian's office, you understand the logic. In fact, internal bleeding due to perforation by parasites must be an exceptionally rare occurrence but nevertheless serious enough to warrant adding Sangre de Grado to the Dragon Dreams formula which, of course, gets its name partly from the use of this South American resin from a tree and partly from the bizarre dreams that some people have while undergoing a parasite cleanse.

Dragon Dreams parasite formula

Dragon Dreams, parasite formula #2, 4 oz.

Dragon Dreams is the second of the ParaPro set. It is to be used 5-6 days, following Arjuna's Arrows. Then, the patient should switch to Phoenix Rising for one week.

Alcohol: 44%

Contents: Sweet Annie, Burdock, Astragalus, Milk Thistle, Cleavers, Sarsaparilla, Yarrow, Yellow Dock, and Dragon's Blood.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Goji Berry Tonic

Goji Berry Tonic, 4 oz. liquid tonic

 Goji Tonic, 4 pages

Alcohol: 35%

Contents: Mongolian goji berries, hawthorn berries, milk thistle seeds, astragalus root, galangal root, cinnamon bark in alcohol extract with glycerite.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Goji Berry Elixir, Glycerite

Goji Elixir, Glycerite, 4 oz.

 Goji Tonic, 4 pages

Alcohol: 17%

Contents: Mongolian goji berries, hawthorn berries, milk thistle, astragalus, galangal, and cinnamon bark in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and vegetable glycerin.

Please note: this glycerite formula does contain alcohol.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Haritaki Extract, 2 oz.
Terminalia chebula

Haritaki is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine and the most revered in Tibetan medicine. It is a parasiticide (intestinal worms) and one of herbs used in preparation for kaya kalpa, Ayurvedic rejuvenative therapy. It is a fruit and one of the three ingredients in triphala. It is the most purgative of the three fruits. It pacifies vata and helps to remove toxins, normalize lipids, and rebuild blood.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contents: 1:4 extract of organically grown Terminalia chebula fruit in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Manjistha Extract, 2 oz.
Rubia cordifolia

Manjista is the main blood cleansing herb in the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia. What is unique about manjistha is that it supports deep detoxification without precipitating imbalance or undesirable side effects. It mainly supports blood cells and muscles, but the roots are astringent and can be used to stop dysentery. Manjistha helps to eliminate excess pitta and aids in the removal of toxins from the blood, liver, kidneys, and skin. It is the primary herb used in all blood purification formulas as well as preparations that improve the complexion. As a rasayana herb, it is interesting to note that even though it is detoxifying, it is also pacifying.

Alcohol: 34-36%

Contents: wildcrafted Rubia cordifolia roots in distilled water, organic alcohol, and vegetable glycerite.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Nettles Extract, 2 oz.
Urtica dioica

The most popular use today of stinging nettles is for detoxification. The action is based on stimulation of waste elimination by promoting increased production of urine. The leaves have a similar action on milk production. Nettles helps to build blood and thereby to alleviate symptoms of anemia.

Alcohol:

Contents: extract of fresh Urtica dioica leaf 1:2.5 in organic cane alcohol, distilled water, and vegetable glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Dragons Blood Resin, 1 oz., no alcohol

Sangre de Grado, 1 oz.
Croton lechleri

Dragon"s Blood is made from the fresh resin of the South American Croton lechleri tree. In the bottle, the resin is a very dark and quite thick reddish brown color, but when put on the skin, it becomes transparent and makes a natural sterile bandage. It belongs in absolutely every medicine cabinet and backpack. When I was in Europe, we used this in the operating room to reduce (well almost totally eliminate) bleeding. I moved my hand behind the surgeon"s and dripped the resin into the areas where he was cutting. This made for much easier wound management, little or no blood loss, much less pain from cuts and injuries, and very quick healing. I absolutely love this resin and never cease to be fascinated by the gifts of Nature nor the traditions of ethnobotany.

Besides wound healing, studies suggest that dragon"s blood is useful for gastric ulcers. Among other things, it seems to result in the thickening of the mucous membrane of the stomach. It has also proved helpful for diarrhea, especially that suffered by persons with AIDS, and in vitro studies suggest that the latex has apoptotic effects on certain types of cancer cells. It appears to be antimutagenic also.

Alcohol: none

Contents: wildcrafted, sustainably harvested Croton lechleri resin.

Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories, $

Yellow Dock Elixir

Yellow Dock Elixir, 4 oz.

For a long time, Sacred Medicine Sanctuary produced a yellow dock glycerite based on the work of Dr. John Christopher. It was used to rebuild red blood cells. This replacement of the original product combines Rumex crispus with Celastrus scandens and Scrophularia nodosa, two of the main ingredients in the Seneca Elixir. It is made with pure blackstrap molasses to increase the benefit.

Alcohol: 14%

Contents: Rumex crispus is combined with Ziziphus jujuba fruit and Scrophularia nodosa. It is extracted in organic grain alcohol, vegetable glycerine, and distilled water and then blended with pure blackstrap molasses because of the minerals in molasses.

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