The easy fix that RESTORES ENERGY

If you’re battling tiredness, brain fog, and bloat, parasites could be to blame. Our favorite swimming holes this past summer (and even our pets) may have exposed us to these invaders, which doctors rarely diagnose. Women over 50 are most at risk since levels of parasite-destroying stomach acid drop with age. I recommend black walnut and cloves to restore energy. Both contain antimicrobial agents that kill parasites, their larvae, and eggs. To try: Verma-Plus (Unikey-Health.com), which delivers the ingredients in a tincture you add to water.

Courtesy of Ann Louise

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3 Comments

  1. Luanne

    I love the suggestion of using these natural herbs instead of drugs.

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  2. Susan

    I’ve never heard of parasites being a problem. I am over 50 and didn’t realize my stomach acid declines with age either. I learn so much from your posts.

    Reply
  3. Bud

    Brain fog is an issue for me. I’m going to check in to this more. I do have two dogs.

    Reply

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