We all have tapeworm stages in our bodies, probably going back to childhood when we ate dirt. Every tumor, benign or malignant, has a tapeworm stage in the middle of it, even including warts. Growing a tumor around a tapeworm stage maybe Nature's way of protecting us from it! It is not normal for these stages to hatch and develop further. Their purpose is to stay dormant. And perhaps they do little harm this way. But I have found, using the Syncrometer, that tapeworm stages make malonic acid. This is a powerful inhibitor of your metabolism. It cripples your Krebs cycle, the high gear of your energy-producing machinery. Dr. Otto Warburg found, in the early decades of the 20th century, that inhibitors of the Krebs
cycle caused tumors to grow. So it is very important to kill the tapeworm stages in your body-and in your tumors-even though they are responsible
for the neoplasm (tumor), not the malignancy. Cancer is a progression of developments. First, the mass is merely a benign growth, a neoplasm. It is instigated by a tapeworm stage. Later, the mass is invaded by the intestinal fluke causing it to become malignant.
Tapeworm stages do not come unaccompanied, either. They bring some very harmful bacteria and viruses with them. In sufficient numbers, they can make you feel quite ill. Streptomyces, a fungus-like bacterium is one of the worst. Wherever I detect Streptomyces, a tapeworm stage is not far away.
The herbal parasite program, taken in a very high dose kills many tapeworm stages. You simply take 8 tsp. Black Walnut Hull Tincture Extra Strength, rest for an hour, then take another 8 tsp. Black Walnut Hull Tincture Extra Strength. After each dose, take one tablet of niacinamide, 500 mg, to detoxify the alcohol. This treatment could make you woozy; do not drive a vehicle afterward. Also take 10 capsules of wormwood and 10
of cloves, slowly and carefully, to keep it all down. This treatment
could save your life, if you are terminally ill.
Yet, even this very high dose parasite program is not effective against all tapeworms.