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Para 1:  Immune & Digestive Support

This supplement is a great immune system support against parasites.  Mimosa Pudica is a very gooey and sticky, fat soluble plant material, which sticks to everything and helps to support the intestinal tract.

 

 “Parasites have killed more people than all the wars in the history of humankind”  - National Geographic

Intestinal parasites are abnormal and unwanted inhabitants of the gastrointestinal system that have the potential to cause damage to their host.  They consume nutrients from the foods we are eating and they puncture holes in the intestinal membrane.  Humans can play host to more than a hundred different types of parasites.  Follow these strategies to protect your body from the damage done by parasites.

Parasitic Characteristics:

Parasites can range from microscopic amoeba to 10 foot long tapeworms.  These parasites and their eggs can enter the circulation and travel to various organs such as the liver where they can cause abscesses and cirrhosis (12).  They can also migrate to the lungs causing pneumonia and into the joints, brain, muscles, esophagus and skin where they cause hyper inflammatory processes (3).

Chronic parasitic infections are linked with intestinal permeability and leaky gut syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, irregular bowel movements, malabsorption, gastritis, acid reflux, skin disorders, joint pain, seasonal and food allergies and decreased immunity (456).

How Do You Get Parasites?

Parasites can come into the body through exposure to contaminated food and water, day care centers, pets, mosquitoes and fleas and sexual transmission.  Many individuals who are doing a lot of international flying will encounter regions of contaminated food and water.   Pork and scavenger fish and shellfish happen to be especially rich in heat tolerant parasites.  It is estimated that 85% of the world’s population is infested with parasites (7).

According to United Nations data: “Overall, about 1.5 billion people have roundworms, making it the third most common human infection in the world. Whipworm infects 1 billion people… More than 1.3 billion people carry hookworm in their gut, and 265 million people are infected with schistosomes (8).”

Two Main Classifications of Parasites:

There are two main classifications of intestinal parasites that can create significant problems.  These include protozoa and helminths.  Protozoa are single celled organisms that have two stages: the trophozoite stage where they are metabolically active and invasive.  They also have a stage where they are inactive called the cyst stage.

Helminths are large, multicellular worms that are typically big enough to see with the human eye in their adult stage.  Nematodes (roundworms), cestodes (tapeworms), and trematodes (flatworms and schistosomes) are among the most common helminths that inhabit the human gut.  These are typically unable to reproduce in the human gut.

Types of Protozoa:

The most common intestinal protozoans are Giardia intestinalis, Entamoeba histolytica, Cyclospora Cayetanenensis, Cryptosporidium spp and Blastocystis hominis.  The disorders these parasites cause are called giardiasis, amoebiasis, cyclosporiasis, cryptosporidiosis and blastocystitis respectively.

The major symptoms associated with these are diarrhea, constipation, nausea, abdominal pain, bloating, dehydration, weakness, low energy and joint pain.  If uncontrolled, these infestations can be fatal.  

Para 1:  Immune & Digestive Support:

This supplement is a great immune system support against parasites.  Mimosa Pudica is a very gooey and sticky, fat soluble plant material, which sticks to everything and helps to support the intestinal tract.

It is especially helpful for reducing the levels of helminths and nematodes.

Directions: Take 2 capsules twice daily on an empty stomach or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is all mimosa pudica fat soluble?
No. The mimosa pudica plant itself is not fat soluble. The mimosa pudica seed is fat soluble. CellCore Biosciences™ is the exclusive distributor of mimosa pudica seed.

Why is Para 1: Immune & Digestive Support fat soluble?
The mimosa pudica seed is fat soluble. CellCore Biosciences is the exclusive distributor of mimosa pudica seed. All other companies sell the plant portion, not the seed.

Is this organic?
Yes, Mimosa Pudica is USDA Organic. Certified Organic by: Vedic Organic Certification Agency.

What is the recommended dosage?
Take 2 capsules twice daily on an empty stomach or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional.

What can I take with Mimosa Pudica?
Mimosa Pudica is best taken away from food, carbon and diatomaceous earth. Mimosa Pudica can be taken with other supplements and herbs.

Is what I see in my stool the mimosa herb?
No. Not everyone sees changes in the presentation of their stools.

Is it allergen free, gluten free, etc?
Mimosa Pudica contains No fillers, No additives, No excipients, is Gluten Free, GMO-free, Organic, corn free, soy free and nut free.

Is it safe for kids?
Please consult a healthcare professional for use with children.

Is it safe for animals?
Please consult a healthcare professional for use with animals.


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