This question is important not only for the treatment of children, but also for the treatment of an adult person, since infection with parasites can occur at any age. Therefore, all the remedies that worms can fear are divided into 2 groups:
- Medication recommended by official medicine;
- Non-traditional recipes of folk treatment, proven by experience and time.
In one and the other case, the action is due to certain chemicals( either synthesized in laboratories or components of natural origin).Getting into the body of people, they lead:
- to suppress the nervous system of worms, causing a drug-like condition;
- to the destruction of the helminth shell, which is accompanied by the loss of its protective equipment;
- to a sharp disturbance of metabolic processes in worms;
- paralysis of the muscle cells of the parasite, which loses the ability to move, and accordingly, and deprived of the possibility of obtaining nutrients.
What kind of pharmacological drugs are worms afraid of in humans? They are afraid of special agents with antihelminthic action( antiparasitic group).In this case, the drug sensitivity of helminths is different and depends on their type. The correct choice of the drug and is the key to effective therapy, indicating the "skill" of the doctor. The main representatives of anthelmintic agents that suppress their reproduction and development are:
- Vermox and others.
Another question is logical - what are worms afraid of phyto-drugs( medicinal plants)?The most effective are:
- Seeds of pumpkin
- Goricurus St. John's Wort and others.
However, it is worth noting that it is not enough to know only which plants are afraid of worms. It is also necessary to apply them correctly. Phytotherapy must necessarily be based on a double action. On the one hand, this is the destruction of the helminth, and on the other hand, its excretion from the body. Therefore, in parallel with antihelminthic plants, it is necessary to apply those plants that enhance intestinal peristalsis and, accordingly, have a laxative effect:
- Senna and others.
These herbs are necessarily present in the recipes of traditional medicine, which are feared by human worms. By resorting to them, one should know what can not be done in the treatment of herbs. First, take them uncontrollably, becausesome plants can cause overdose and poisoning. To the greatest extent this applies to adonis, goritsvet, buckthorn, etc. These plants are concentrators of potent chemical compounds. Secondly, do not get carried away with phytotherapy, tk.it can not be effective in all cases, and this will give a temporary opportunity for worms to multiply in mass and lead to various complications. Therefore, after the phytotherapeutic course, it is necessary to be examined for the detection( or elimination) of parasites in the body. And already depending on the results to decide the issue of taking pharmacological drugs.