Parasites in stool during cleanse
This is normal and indicates the cleanse is doing what it is meant to do. Millions of people are infected by parasitic worms that live inside the human body. There are more than 100 different types of these worms and each worm varies in size, living location, and its effects on the body.
Parasitic worms can enter the body through food, water, mosquito bites, clothing, skin or through the nose. Most commonly these worms enter the body as a result of poor sanitation methods, such as through poorly cooked meat or contaminated water. Once the worms have entered the body they live inside the digestive tract or spinal area and feed on the food eaten by the host. Because of this, people who have been infected by parasitic worms are often tired and fatigued as the body is not properly able to absorb nutrients. You may have felt this way in the recent past.
The signs of parasitic worms in humans are varied. They can cause fatigue, depression, weight loss, constipation, anemia, skin rashes, headaches and diarrhea.
Considering you have passed a parasite, you should consider a follow up treatment in 30 days to kill any eggs or larvae left behind by adults.
We recommend everyone start with a 30 day cleanse, however for moderate to extreme cases of infestation we recommend a longer treatment. Then follow up once a year after your initial cleanse.