Helminthic Therapy Support
Maff, re, "I hope to try helminthic therapy myself shortly and the supplement seems by far the easiest first step on this road."
You'll be pleased to hear that there are now four different species of therapeutic helminth to choose from. More details here: helminthictherapywiki.org/wiki/index.php/…
I would agree with basically everything you've said there Bella. I honestly don't remember where the maps I posted here came from (unfortunate...
Where are these maps from. It is interesting. The hygiene hypothesis suggests that an immune system that wasnt trained by exposure to pathogens by...
This group is a place where those undergoing helminthic therapy can support each other and those interested in pursuing this unique treatment approach can find useful information. Helmintic therapy is being used for autoimmune and atopic conditions including Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, asthma, eczema, food allergies and hay fever.
World maps showing inverse correlation between autoimmune disease and helminth infection
I would agree with basically everything you've said there Bella. I honestly don't remember where the maps I posted here came from (unfortunate lapse in referencing!) but this organisation tracks helminth infection rates and provides maps for individual countries - http://www.thiswormyworld.org/maps/by-worm/soil-transmitted-helminths With regards your comments about beneficial soil microorganisms and the hygiene hypothesis - researchers are actually now recognising that helminths, rather than being parasitic, are actually a part of the beneficial ecosystem of the human body themselves and act symbiotically with us, particularly in terms of immune regulation. There was a BBC documentary about microorganisms and their beneficial and pivotal role in human health last year and even this had scientists and medical doctors talking about helminths in a positive light. You can actually get a 'helminthic probiotic supplement' in the UK now. It was developed at a major university and then the researchers spun-off a company to distribute the product. I forget the details but a friend of mine did purchase a few pots and gave them a go so I'll get in touch with him and ask for details and how it worked out for him. All of this certainly adds weight to the hygiene hypothesis, or an updated version. I hope to try helminthic therapy myself shortly and the supplement seems by far the easiest first step on this road. I'll let you know if I try it also.Last replied by Maff on Friday, 06 November 2015
Please share your helminth therapy experiences
I was just going to ask you if you had experience with this. I would like to try but they charge a lot for little of worms. Wish someone infected already just send me water that he dipped in it his poo before. I Would throw it on the floor and step on it the natural way for hookworms more or lessLast replied by oneone687 on Tuesday, 20 August 2013