Parasite Definition: Parasites, Bacteria, Fungus, Virus, Worms & Amoeba
A parasite is an organism that lives on or in other organisms from which it obtains nutrients to live and causes harm in the process. It is estimated that 68% – 70% of us carry parasites of some form. Parasites can be carried on airborne fungal spores; an allergy based pathogen.
In general medicine it has become common practice to use toxic substances to kill parasitic infestation in the body, resulting in the need to monitor the white blood cell counts to make sure it didn’t kill the patients while trying to alleviate the infections!
It is recommended that anyone needing any form of therapy use the Parasite Cleansing for the first month.
Biological Agents include bacteria, viruses, fungi, other microorganisms and their associated toxins.
They have the ability to adversely affect human health in a variety of ways, ranging from relatively mild, allergic reactions to serious medical conditions, even death. These organisms are widespread in the natural environment; they are found in the air, water, soil, plants, and animals. Because many microbes reproduce rapidly and require minimal resources for survival, they are a potential danger in a wide variety of occupational settings.