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Tag Archives: Whipworm
Crohn’s disease probably only exists because of a lack of intestinal worms. Where helminths are prevalent, autoimmune diseases like Crohn’s are absent, and vice versa. Distribution of Autoimmune Disorders and Helminths Clinical trials to assess the effects of reintroducing helminths … Continue reading
Helminthic therapy is an experimental approach to the treatment of asthma, allergies, chronic inflammation and autoimmune disease. The treatment developed out of understanding gained from scientific studies showing that, while these illnesses have escalated in developed countries during the past … Continue reading
I have had migraine headaches since childhood, but these have always been fairly infrequent. Of much greater concern have been the chronic headaches that developed 25 years ago, along with M.E., a type of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. From this point … Continue reading
After a couple of months experiencing sporadic pain from one of my hindmost molars, it was clear that a visit to the dentist was called for. Unfortunately, he diagnosed a cracked tooth and advised that a crown would be the … Continue reading
In recent times, the case study has been sidelined by medical science in favour of the clinical trial, but the former can still be a valuable source of knowledge, as is demonstrated by this case study of a man with … Continue reading
For some time, the small intestine-dwelling hookworm, Necator americanus has proved remarkably effective in the treatment of Crohn’s disease, without any long-term side effects. However, people with ulcerative colitis have found hookworm to be less effective in treating this disease … Continue reading
It’s now 15 months since I acquired a team of 35 hookworm to keep my errant immune system in check, and I’m still over the moon with the results – very much enjoying having more energy and being able to … Continue reading
Those who frequent the Yahoo Helminthic Therapy forum will know that, in early November, 2009, the US Food and Drug Administrtation moved against Autoimmune Therapies, the company that supplies therapeutic doses of hookworm and whipworm to individuals who wish to … Continue reading
People who need, or wish, to undergo screening for gastrointestinal cancer, but are hesitant about having a colonoscopy, may soon be able to have a simple blood test instead. Two new non-invasive screening tests have been developed which are able … Continue reading
Replacing lost worms to regain health Helminthic therapy is an experimental approach to the treatment of asthma, allergies and inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, which involves the administration of controlled quantities of selected, benign intestinal parasites such as hookworm and whipworm. … Continue reading