ElmiGone™ - Research Brief

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Indication: helminthic and parasitic invasions; skin problems.

Main Actions: effective antiparasitic and antihelmintic product, provides choleretic, anti-inflammatory, and mild  laxative action, provides antiseptic, bactericidal, and antiallergenic effect, helps clear up the skin problems.


Proprietary Blend - 390.0 mg: Black Walnut (Juglans regia) hull, Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima) seed, Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) 10:1 extract, Clove (Eugenia caryophyllata) bud, Sage (Salvia officinalis) leaf, Garlic (Allium sativum L.) bulb, Gentian (Gentiana lutea L.) root, Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) seed, Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis (LINN.)) 10:1 flower extract, Black pepper (Piper nigrum (LINN.)) fruit, Peppermint (Mentha piperita L). leaf, Thyme (Thymus vulgaris L.) leaf, Fennel (Foeniculum vulgaris L.) seed, Sodium copper chlorophyllin.

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ElmiGone™ - Research Brief:

A parasite is a living being or organism that exists by depending on another organism. Parasites that infect humans are much more widespread than many of us realize. Parasitic diseases affect not only poverty-stricken peoples in remote areas of the world, but they also can be important health problems for rich and poor throughout the world. (1)


Parasites thrive within your body, affecting various tissues and organs, and often without your realizing it. In fact, parasitic infection frequently is undiagnosed because symptoms can be confused with a variety of conditions and diseases. But as parasites steal your nutrients and feed off your cells, they damage your body.


According to Ann Louise Gittleman, nutritionist and author of "Guess What Came to Dinner," there are six ways parasites can harm you. They can:

  • Destroy cells faster than your body can regenerate them;

  • Produce toxic substances, causing chronic infection;

  • Irritate tissues, which causes inflammation;

  • Penetrate the skin (causing dermatitis), and perforate and damage your intestinal lining;

  • Cause obstruction of the intestine and produce pressure on other organs, including the brain and heart;

  • Depress your immune system while at the same time activating your immune response, which can result in immune system exhaustion. (2)


Human body can be a host to about 100 different kinds of parasites – from microscopic amebas to several meters long worms. Parasites could be found not only in the intestines, but in any other part of the body: lungs, liver, muscles, brain, blood and even eyes!

Parasites can create such health problems as diarrhea, gastrointestinal upset, joint and muscle aches, suppressed immunity, skin problems, irritability, sleep disturbances, tooth-grinding during sleep, respiratory inflammation, and tumors.

Parasitic infection can cause both weight gain and weight loss.


Do you have an illness you just can't seem to shake off? Are you chronically tired or lethargic? Do you have a vague feeling of ill health that can't be identified? You might assume it's the flu, or that you're simply in need of more rest. And while that may be the case, these symptoms can indicate a parasitic infection. The problem, says author Gittleman, is that many physicians "hardly ever suspect parasites as a current health problem," and so symptoms are attributed to any number of other diseases. And if parasite infection is not treated, these unwelcome guests can remain in your system for decades. (2)


"Since most of us eat three times a day and drink water frequently throughout the day, our exposure to these sources is constant," says Gittleman. Most food-borne parasites are from undercooked meats and fish. It is recommended to use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature, and it's important to refrain from sampling a dish before it's thoroughly cooked.

But it's not just eating food that causes problems; parasites can be transmitted during food preparation. Cutting boards and other food preparation surfaces, as well as utensils used in food preparation, should be disinfected after each use. (2)


One of the best ways to rid your body of parasites is to "cleanse" it. Herbs traditionally have been used to cleanse and strengthen your body's systems, especially effective are supplements that contain a number of herbs known to promote cleansing.