Curing A Tape Worm Infection with 3 Drugs in a 2 Step Process

Here is the drug approach to treat tape worm infections.  If you see tape worms in your poop, you’ve got a tape worm infection and it needs to be stopped.  I usually have herbal approaches, but this time, let’s see a tapeworm cure protocol using drugs.  These 3 drugs are Niclosamide, Praziquantel and Albendazole.  Usual disclaimer: I am not a physician, and I suggest you be supervised and monitored by a physician if you want to do the drug route.  Anti-parasite drugs are well used in livestock.   The tapeworm cure protocol below was taken from Curezone posted by the user ICU:

Curing a tapeworm infection is a two-step process:

(1)  Niclosamide for 7 days.  This kills tapes in the GI tract.

(2)  Praziquantel for one or two 3-day cycles along with Albendazole for 14 days.  These kill any diehard tapes remaining in the gut & eggs, larva, & cysts scattered throughout the body.

For details on symptoms, drug dosages, & online pharmacies:
TAPEWORMS (Cestodes):
Niclosamide (Niclocide/Yomesan), Praziquantel (Biltricide), & Albendazole (Albenza)
You might be infected or co-infected with other types of parasites.  Suggest you check symptoms in the following protocols:
ROUNDWORMS (Intestinal Nematodes):
Mebendazole (Vermox)
ROUNDWORMS (Intestinal, Systemic, & Scattered Nematodes):
Albendazole (Albenza)
FLUKES (Trematodes):
Praziquantel (Biltricide) & Albendazole (Albenza)
Hope this info helps you in your parasite battles!

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I suggest you follow the links and study each and every one of them so you know what it takes and the possible side effects you may encounter. Ah but the thought of getting rid of those parasite monsters is cool. Weigh your options.


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