Natural Remedies for Worms - Coconut, Castor Oil and Black Cumin

I was looking through some of my old posts and found this one where a man used freshly ground coconut (1 tablespoon) and castor oil, yuk, yuk, yuk. You take this before breakfast. So eat the coconut 1/2 hour before breakfast and then drink a big dose of the castor oil three hours later.  If you have problems with castor oil like most, you can mix the castor oil with some tomato juice.  You will not notice it then.  Keep doing this remedy for 10 days or till you see or "feel" you are worm free.

My Remedy for Worms with Nigella Sativa

The worm remedy using Nigella sativa is proven to work. So if you want a sure fire recipe, try this one.


Black Cumin Ointment for Worms and Parasites

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon of black cumin oil

Directions:
  1. Place the vinegar and the oil in a small pan and bring the liquid to boil.  Remove from the stove to cool slightly.  While still warm, use a pasty brush and  brush the stomach, liver area and behind the liver. 
  2.  Do not wipe off.  Wear a loose fitting nightshirt and go to bed.

The liquid will absorb into your skin.  There will be no residue at all left when you wake up.  Before sleeping eat 7 dates to kill the ascaris which is shown above in the first photo.  Ascaris are large worms and more difficult to kill.

Typical herbs used to kill worms are black walnut, cloves and wormwood.  Black cumin has been used for centuries.  It is not a fast acting program.  There are some programs that will work immediately, but this is a safe, inexpensive way to protect yourself.

Realize that as long as you continue to eat meat and fruits and vegetables, you will have a worm problem.  Avoid eating any fruit with slits in them, such as cherries and grapes.  Wash your fruit good and inspect your fruit well. Do not buy bargain priced vegetables hoping to save money.  Good organic produce is always the best.

Note: You can use ground black seeds if you do not have the oil, but you will need 1 tablespoon of the ground seeds.