Tuesday, 04 March 2014 00:00

Parasite Cleanse your pets!


How often do you cleanse your pets of parasites?

Why not cleanse your pet at the same time as you cleanse yourself- you can even use the same products…

Many parasite infections come through the animal to the people of the house, so it just makes sense to cleanse your pets as well your family at least once a year.

Visiting a friend’s house recently I observed how tired his dog was. I also could sense a parasite infection which I also told my friend about. They decided that they would give their pet a cleanse in addition to their own cleanse. The  result? 6 weeks later – both owner and pet are happier, more energised and healthier!

Health is something we work at to maintain. With tools like herbal cleanses we can clear ourselves inside and give ourselves a healthy break and upliftment.

This information comes from Dr Hulda Clark and is being shared here for your convenience…

Pets have many of the same parasites that we get, including Ascaris (common roundworm), hookworm, Trichinella, Strongyloides, heartworm and a variety of tapeworms. Every pet living in your home should be deparasitized (cleared of parasites) and maintained on a parasite program. Monthly trips to your vet are not sufficient.


You may not need to get rid of your pet to keep yourself free of parasites. But if you are quite ill it is best to board it with a friend until you are better.

Your pet is part of your family and should be kept as sweet and clean and healthy as yourself. This is not difficult to achieve. Here is the recipe:

Pet Parasite Program

1. Parsley water: cook a big bunch of fresh parsley in a quart of water for 3 minutes. Throw away the parsley. After cooling, you may freeze most of it in several 1 cup containers. This is a month’s supply. Put 1 tsp. parsley water on the pet’s food. You don’t have to watch it go down. Whatever amount is eaten is satisfactory.

- Note: My sister did this and put the parsley water into an ice-cube tray. She has as little dog and every day the dog receivd an ice-cube that would melt in his food. The dog loved the parsley water and lapped it up every day!

All dosages are based on a 10 pound (5 kilo) cat or dog. Double them for a 20 pound pet, and so forth.

Pets are so full of parasites, you must be quite careful not to deparasitize too quickly. The purpose of the parsley water is to keep the kidneys flowing well so dead parasite refuse is eliminated promptly. They get quite fond of their parsley water. Perhaps they can sense the benefit it brings them. Do this for a week before starting the Black Walnut Hull Tincture.

2. Black Walnut Hull Tincture (regular strength): 1 drop on the food. Don’t force them to eat it. Count carefully. Treat cats only twice a week. Treat dogs daily, for instance a 30 pound dog would get 3 drops per day (but work up to it, increasing one drop per day). Do not use Extra Strength.

If your pet vomits or has diarrhea, you may expect to see worms. This is extremely infectious and hazardous. Never let a child clean up a pet mess. Begin by pouring salt and iodine on the mess and letting it stand for 5 minutes before cleaning it up. Clean up outdoor messes the same way. Finally, clean your hands with diluted grain alcohol (dilute 1 part alcohol with 4 parts water) or vodka. Be careful to keep all alcohol out of sight of children; don’t rely on discipline for this. Be careful not to buy isopropyl rubbing alcohol for this purpose.

Start the wormwood a week later.

  1. Wormwood capsules: (200-300 mg wormwood per capsule) open a capsule and put the smallest pinch possible on their dry food. Do this for a week before starting the cloves.

4. Cloves: put the smallest pinch possible on their dry food.

Keep all of this up as a routine so that you need not fear your pets. Also, notice how peppy and happy they become.

Go slowly so the pet can learn to eat all of it. To repeat:

Week 1: parsley water.

Week 2: parsley water and black walnut.

Week 3: parsley water, black walnut, and wormwood.

Week 4: parsley water, black walnut, wormwood, and cloves.




Black Walnut Hull Tincture Dose

Wormwood Capsule Dose

Clove Capsule Dose (Size 0 or 00)


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drops on food, cats twice per week, dogs daily

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Pets should not stroll on counters or table. They should eat out of their own dishes, not yours. They should not sleep on your bed. The bedroom should be off limits to pets. Don’t kiss your pets. Wash your hands after playing with your pet. NEVER, NEVER share food with your pet. Don’t keep a cat box in the house; install a cat door. Wear a dust-mask when you change the cat box. If you have a sandbox for the children, buy new sand from a lumber yard and keep it covered. Don’t eat in a restaurant where they sweep the carpet while you are eating (the dust has parasite eggs tracked in from outside). Never let a child crawl on the sidewalk or the floor of a public building. Wash children’s hands before eating. If feasible, leave shoes at the door. Eat “finger” foods with a fork.

Solvents are just as bad for your pet as for you. Most flavored pet foods are polluted with solvents such as carbon tetrachloride, benzene, propyl alcohol, wood alcohol, etc. Don’t buy flavored pet food.

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