Parasites are a digestive concern that impacts one in six humans. The magnitude of parasites makes prevention of them essential. AIM Para 90® is an herbal cleansing dietary supplement with anti-parasitic properties.
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Parasites are a digestive concern that impacts one in six humans. The magnitude of parasites makes prevention of them essential. AIM Para 90® is an herbal cleansing dietary supplement with anti-parasitic properties. It combines cleansing herbs with bromelain, a digestive enzyme. If you travel, spend time with animals, eat undercooked foods or foods from doubtful sources, or are exposed to environments where sanitary conditions may be questionable, you may find Para 90 helpful. It can help you cleanse the digestive tract and maintain a parasite-free system.
How do I know whether Para 90 is working? Will I experience any side effects or detoxification symptoms?
Most people look for parasites in their stools, and many do see them. Not everyone does, however. Positive signs are a “pokey” feeling in the abdomen or an “itchy” or “crawly” sensation on the skin.
You should remember that in the process of cleansing, there may be some discomfort; parasites are not easily dislodged. Some users have broken out, and others feel nausea or somewhat tired. You may also notice increased bowel movements, looser stools, and more frequent urination.
If I have been taking Herbal Fiberblend , do I need Para 90?
Herbal Fiberblend does have a cleansing effect, but isn’t quite as effective as Para 90. If you have been taking Herbal Fiberblend, you probably have fewer problems with parasites.
What else can I do to help the cleaning?
Many people recommend having colonics and using a probiotic such as FloraFood to recolonize the intestinal tract after using Para 90. Others take Para 90 in conjunction with Herbal Fiberblend. Digestive enzymes such as PrepZymes are also beneficial.
Is there anyone who should not use Para 90?
Pregnant or nursing women should not use Para 90. Very frail elderly people, children, and those who have ulcers, colitis or have a colostomy should consult a health practitioner.