Those of you that are unaware, I recently used ivermectin to eliminate a very nasty flu in just a few hours and was so amazed at how effective it was I started posting my results and began engaging in conversation with others who have also taken it with similar results.
The one thing that really stuck out the most in those conversations was the amount of people bringing up that they also discovered that they had worms in their stool or some other parasitic disease. I mean, it was A LOT of people who made this discovery and it got me thinking about just how many people have a parasite and have had no idea for years? We all think because we live in a first world country that we couldn't have worms or a parasite, but that couldn't be further from the truth, and we are discovering that it is far more common than I could have ever imagined.
Now, I'm about to get a little personal as my own experience with taking ivermectin has been remarkable in this area as well. To start, I do not know what I had, but I'm going to assume that it was some sort of intestinal parasite that had been effecting me for about 2 years. I still remember when it all started and I'll save you the more embarrassing details, but I can literally count on one hand how many times I had a solid stool in the past 2 years.
At first I thought it was because I was drinking beer everyday, so about 4 months ago I quit drinking beer or any kind of alcohol, when nothing changed in that aea I thought obviously it was my diet, so for the last 4 months I've been monitoring what I eat and eliminating the foods that seemed to make things worse, but everything gave me liquid shit. There was nothing, fiber, grains, cheeses, nothing that would deliver a healthier or more solid stool.
After taking ivermectin I have finally returned to regular and healthy release of excrement. I've taken more solid shits in the last 10 days than I have in the last 2 years. I even did a test run, I consumed the 2 things that would guarantee a sloppy time in the john, beer and a cream based soup, and my body digested and processed that exactly as it should. Amazing.
Listen, I don't know what exactly the problem was, all I know is that there was definitely a problem and that after dealing with that problem for over 2 years, ivermectin remedied that problem immediately. After talking to so many people who discovered they had worms in their intestines, we need to consider the possibility that parasites are far more prevalent than we realized. People are discovering that they have parasites after taking ivermectin and otherwise would have never known. I talked to one guy who told me his whole family had them, even his children and he couldn't believe it and now takes measures to regularly protect his family from parasites.
It's something we don't even consider being a potential problem, and it turns out you can be infested with parasites and have no fucking idea. Its at the least a conversation more of us should be having because the amount of people coming forward and discussing their experience is far higher than I could have ever imagined. Topple that with my own digestion issues that were resolved by a dewormer and I think its safe to at least be somewhat concerned about the possibility that more people have a parasite than we realize.
After all of this, my entire ivermectin experience, I am simply amazed and honestly feel deep within my heart that everybody needs to be made aware of the amazing things that ivermectin does. From parasitic disease to stopping viruses in their tracks, ivermectin can and will change the lives of millions of people and we need to spread the word to EVERYBODY.