Anti-parasitic liquid herb, Botanica 50ml





Formulated by Botanica, Anti-Parasitic Liquid Herb supports intestinal health naturally. Made with herbal ingredients like Sweet Annie, Bitter Quassia and Elecampane. Botanica's unique liquid herbs are crafted through an advanced spagyric process to create the most bioavailable herbs. Anti-Parasitic Liquid Herb helps to keep the digestive tract healthy and functioning optimally. 

Herbal Ingredients:
Certified organic Black Walnut hulls (juglans nigra)
Wildcrafted Elecampane Root (inula helenium)
Certified organic Quassia Wood (picraena excelsa)
Certified organic Sweet Annie herb (artemesia annua)
Non-medicinal ingredients
Certified organic alcohol, Vegetable glycerin, Distilled water.


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Adults: 40–60 drops (2–3mL) taken up to 3–4 times per day while symptoms persist. Best taken with five deep, slow breaths.


Keep out of reach of pets & children. Consult a health practitioner if pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • Gluten Free
  • Soy Free
  • Vegan
  • Dairy Free
  • Non GMO

Manufacturer Info

Botanica, teams up with Nutrition Artisans , experts at creating each one of their products, to make a high potency fish oil, Perfect Omega. Botanica’s other top products include; best selling immune support, Immune Strength Compound, plus Botanica's Organic Turmeric Golden Mylk, an anti-inflammatory food supplement. Botanica is dedicated and known for quality artisanal supplements.


Parasites of the Digestive Tract

At one time de-worming was as routine as spring cleaning, but now people are becoming more aware of the need for doing a parasite cleanse...
Parasitic infections in the gastro-intestinal tract are common. Eighty percent of North Americans harbour one or more parasites. It is so wide-spread because of international travel, immigration, contamination of the water and food supply, use of daycare centres, household pets, antibiotic use and chemical contamination. Giardia and pinworms are the two most common intestinal parasites.

Intestinal parasites cause illness by competing with the host for nutrients and secreting waste products that cause allergic and autoimmune reactions.

Parasitic infections in the digestive tract can be difficult to diagnose because the symptoms look similar to other abdominal illnesses. Common symptoms include appetite changes, abdominal pain and cramping, diarrhea and stool changes. Dehydration may occur due to the diarrhea. If the infection is long-term weight loss, malnourishment and chronic digestive problems manifest.

Conventional treatment involves the use of anti-parasitic medication. This usually takes care of the current infection. However, the body becomes susceptible to subsequent infections if friendly bacteria are not replaced.

The best way to prevent parasites from entering your body is to practice good hygiene. Before eating and during food preparation, it’s important to wash your hands with soap. Always wash your hands following a trip to the bathroom. When cooking meat, use a meat thermometer to be sure your meat has reached the appropriate temperature. Commercial pork is the most contaminated meat followed by beef, chicken, lamb and fish. One way to ensure adequate cleansing of produce is to soak them for 15 minutes in diluted apple cider vinegar at a ratio of 1tbsp of vinegar to one gallon of water.

The best way to prevent parasitic infections is to have a healthy immune system and good digestive environment. Take extra precautions while traveling and camping. Ensure that the water supply is safe or use water bottles with built-in filtration systems.

Avoid foods that stimulate parasite growth such as gluten containing grains, dairy products, eggs, artificial sweeteners, food additives, alcohol, caffeine, sugar, soft drinks, peanuts and cashews. Eat foods that are high in carotenes like sweet potatoes, carrots, spinach, squash, kale and cantaloupe.

Eat foods that are high in antioxidants and vitamin C like citrus fruits, broccoli, strawberries, melons and brussel sprouts. Rice products and blueberries help to stop diarrhea.

Well-cooked lamb, poultry and fish are high in protein and help to heal the intestine. Foods that kill parasites are garlic, raw pumpkin seeds, fresh coconut, papaya and papaya seeds.

Parasites undergo larval and adult phases that coordinate with the moon cycle. The most effective time to start treatment is a few days before the full moon. Ensure that the treatment continues through several cycles in order to make sure all of the organisms are destroyed.

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