One of the effective methods of ejecting worms is the use of eucalyptus enemas. The effect of this method is based on the fact that the leaves of the eucalyptus have a pronounced sharp odor. When the essential oil is added to the hot decoction for the procedure, the evaporation of the aromatic substances accelerates, which facilitates their entry into the upper gastrointestinal tract.
Together with the previous method, lemon juice is used, both for drinking and for rectal injection. This provides a more complete impact of therapeutic substances on all parts of the gastrointestinal tract and more effective destruction of worms.
The application of lemon juice and eucalyptus essential oil from worms causes relaxation of the muscle tissue in them, so that they are detached from the intestinal mucosa and removed when it is released. Therefore, with each subsequent procedure, the cleaning results can be more noticeable.
In addition, eucalyptus has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, softening the effect of lemon juice and healing the mucosa after detachment of the worm heads.
Cleaning from worms is based on the combination of the action of decoction of eucalyptus leaves and lemon juice and is usually carried out for 8-10 days. Lemon juice is drunk and injected rectally, the broth, along with essential oil, is injected rectally. With this method, the body is cleared from both round and ribbon worms.
What is needed for cleaning eucalyptus from worms?
To get rid of helminths by this method it is necessary to stock up lemons, several packs of eucalyptus leaves, its natural essential oil with a two-liter enema and syringe.
To prepare a medicinal decoction, 30 g of raw material is poured with a liter of water, heated 15 minutes after boiling and left to stand for 3 hours.
On the eve, before going to bed, you need to drink half a glass of freshly prepared lemon juice.
In the morning of the first day, a cleansing procedure is performed. For this, 2 liters of salted water with a temperature of 22 ° C is used. After the release of the intestine, an eucalypt enema from helminths with a temperature of up to 42 ° C and a volume of 1 liter is put. Before use, five drops of essential oil are added to the broth.
The liquid must be retained in the intestine for a quarter of an hour. If you can not stand this time for the first time, another procedure is done. Then, using a syringe, 150 ml of freshly prepared lemon juice is injected into the intestine.
On the second day of worm clearance, the procedure must be repeated. Decoction of leaves with the addition of essential oil of eucalyptus is delayed up to 20 minutes, after the release of the intestine, another treatment procedure is performed. Before going to bed, you should drink half a glass of freshly prepared lemon juice.
On the third day, a purification procedure is made. Then rectally enter a decoction with 10 drops of oil, which must be kept for up to 20 minutes. After liberation of the intestine, 150 ml of lemon juice is injected there, which further intensifies the peristalsis of the stomach and speeds up the process of expulsion of
helminths. On day 4, after cleansing enema, a decoction of eucalyptus with 10 drops of essential oil is rectally introduced and held for up to 20 minutes. Before going to bed, from 12 to 2 hours, you need to drink freshly squeezed lemon juice.
On the fifth day, the procedures of the third day are carried out, but with the addition of 20 drops of oil.
The sixth day follows the pattern of the fourth day, but with 25 drops of eucalyptus essential oil.
On the seventh day, it is necessary to repeat the procedures of the third day, adding to the treatment solution 30 drops of oil.
The eighth day repeats the fourth, only with 30 drops of oil. Usually, whole balls of worms and their decomposed fragments leave this day.
If necessary, the cleaning continues for another two days, with the repetition of the procedures of the 7th and 8th.
The ejection of worms with eucalyptus should be carefully conducted to people with intestinal problems, with hemorrhoids, displacement or stretching of the intestine, after operations on the lower part of the gastrointestinal tract.