Or do you eat a lot of sushi or under-cooked meat and have a bloat and maybe some gas that just won't go away?
Chances are that while enjoying the local seaside cuisine or under-cooked meat, you have unintentionally brought home a little "friend."
For those of us who are normally land locked, eating sea food that is not from our geographical area or eating the raw fish in sushi or for those who do not properly cook through their meats, worms and parasites may have crept their way into your diet.
Yes, sad but true. Eww.
But . . . there is a very easy way to rid yourself of those little "friends." A truly bitter herb called Wormwood.
The true bitterness of this herb is part of what helps to rid those varmints from our bodies. As with all bitter herbs, it stimulates the stomach, liver and gallbladder, making it an excellent parasitic and worm cleanse.
Even though Wormwood is best known as a parasitic cleanse, it also has other benefits . . .
As mentioned, it stimulates the digestive juices in the digestive tract, stimulating bile to help with bloating, gas, reflux and other digestive issues. It is also known to ease stomach pain, help with anemia, ease a fever and is a mild antidepressant.
From my own home apothacary
So, the next time you bring home a little uninvited "friend" from vacation or restaurant meal, remember that you can easily evict them with the bitter herb, Wormwood.
Blessings from Ohio . . . Kim<><
**See obligatory disclaimer at bottom of blog**
**Please consider fully cooking your meat. As my husband has been known to say to rude waiters who turned their noses up at our request for "well done" meat: "I grew up on a cattle and hog farm, if you knew what they ate, you'd want yours well done, too."