How to Get Rid of Tapeworms Even Easier with a Milk Bath

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I think this should be a prequel before I decide on using the drugs for adult tapeworms.  Drugs have possible bad side effects.  But sitting in a tub of sugar water or fresh unprocessed milk has absolutely no side effects.  All I need is to get a clothes washing plastic tub to sit in and relax.  Fill it enough to cover my butt with some fresh unprocessed milk and sit for 2 hours and let the dumb tapeworm crawl out on its own.

I can do such a procedure by staying at Vander Gaditano’s farm where he has fresh cow’s milk as he has several dozen dairy cows.  I’ll just make a schedule to go there to reserve the milk harvest and let the adult tapeworm slide out.  Cool huh?  Old American Amish method.

Sounds outlandish to you?  Well possible disastrous drug side effects are listed in the tapeworm medication.  I’m not as disposable as livestock.  So a milk bath tub is tremendously safer… risk free.

If you’re willing to try this home remedy you’re going to need 3 to 4 gallons of whole milk. Let the milk sit until it’s room temperature. In the meantime, fill your bathtub with hot water and let it sit for awhile to heat up the tub, then drain. Add the milk and if you really need to, you can add about a quart of hot water. It’s important to have enough milk that it covers your entire rectum while bending your knees. Keep your knees bent and try to relax. If you need to, read a book, light candles, play music, use anything you can to keep yourself relaxed. Once the tapeworm starts to expel from your rectum it will withdraw back inside if you tense up, it has no desire to leave its cozy home. Plan on sitting at least an hour in the tub and sometimes it may take a few times before you see results. Of course the end result is when you see the tapeworm. Even then I’d suggest doing it all over again in about a week, just to make sure you expelled the larvae too.

Thanks to the people at Grandma’s Wisdom: http://www.grandmas-wisdom.com/tapeworm.html

Once I eject the large adult parasites, I’ll continue with the 30 day dewormer program to start on a clean slate.

Oh you know I would most probably try this milk bath first.

I had heard a similar method for removing intestinal worms. you fast for 2 days.. and take some laxatives to completely empty your bowels. then you fill a small tub with milk and LOTS of sugar.. then sit in this tub naked for a few hours.. the worms will start coming out of your anus to feed themselves..

the point of fasting is to starve the worms.. you take laxatives to empty your bowels so that the worms can later try to reach the milk/sugar solution without any barriers..

Here is another story about pulling worms via the mouth, fantastic: http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=466397

More about using milk baths for parasites: Search for milk bath parasites.

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  1. says

    Seems the trick is to do:

    1. Water fast for 2 days, starve the worms
    2. Possibly not just water, drink some vinegar and garlic to make the gut inhospitable.
    3. Also take castor oil to flush out the intestines.
    4. With the worms starved and uncomfortable, take the milk bath and take a nap to relax, watch a movie while doing so, must relax so the worms go out.

    Interesting. I wonder how effective this is going to be.

  2. Bobbi says

    I think it has to be done in the dark or the worm can sense the light and so knows not to come out of the body. I think that’s the reason for candles rather than just for relaxation.
    Some worms, I’m not paying tapeworm, are attracted to salt. Common worms come out at night around the anus and make it itchy with a sticky substance they put around the anus. They could come out as night because it’s dark, or due to circadian rhythm. I soaked a flannel in a warm salt solution and put the flannel in my undies and some worms came out. I know because it was itchy just like at night. So the warmth and salt attracted them. They left a little poo on the flannel. I did it again straight away and got none. I think that method only catches a few.

  3. Bobbi says

    I think it has to be done in the dark or the worm can sense the light and so knows not to come out of the body. I think that’s the reason for candles rather than just for relaxation.
    Some worms, I’m not saying tapeworm, are attracted to salt. Common worms come out at night around the anus and make it itchy with a sticky substance they put around the anus. They could come out at night because it’s dark, or due to circadian rhythm.
    I soaked a flannel in a warm salt solution and put the flannel in my undies and some worms came out. I know because it was itchy just like at night. So the warmth and salt attracted them. They left a little poo on the flannel. I did it again straight away and got none. I think that method only catches a few, and not tapeworms, but does catch some.

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