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Parasites: Detected and Addressed

Recently, a client’s FScan showed an uncommon fluke, Fasciolopsis buski, also known as the giant intestinal fluke, a parasitic flatworm that infects the human intestine. (Pictured here as a mad kitty cat) The FScan detects what the immune system is currently addressing, including parasites.

The protocol: the FScan identified the presence of the intestinal fluke, a series of six Firefly treatments along with an advanced parasite detox supplement. The treatments and supplements took six weeks to achieve success. Each client is unique. The first step is to do the FScan to see where things are.

Parasitic infections can be asymptomatic or cause mild, nonspecific symptoms. In other cases, the symptoms can become more severe, especially if not addressed. The symptoms of infections of roundworms, tapeworms, and flukes can vary common symptoms may include:

Gastrointestinal Symptoms:

  • Abdominal pain and discomfort

  • Diarrhea

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Bloating and gas

  • Weight loss and malnutrition due to nutrient absorption problems

Fatigue and Weakness: Chronic parasitic infections can lead to fatigue and weakness, often due to the loss of nutrients and chronic inflammation.

Anemia: Some hookworm infections can cause anemia due to blood loss.

Allergic Reactions: In some cases, the body's immune response can lead to allergic reactions, including skin rashes, itching, and swelling.

Digestive Disorders: Depending on the location and severity of the infection, parasites may cause structural damage to the intestine or other organs, potentially leading to more serious digestive disorders.

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