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Rope Worm Parasites : Symptoms, Treatment And Risks

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Rope worm is an intestinal parasite that looks like twisted fibers of a rope, and can be over one meter long in its adult stage. Rope worms are often overlooked since they look like human feces and intestinal lining. Unlike other intestinal parasites that have more research data on them, rope worms are still not well recognized by the medical community. Anecdotal evidence however, suggest that rope worms are very common. Many people who followed different cleansing programs and fasting protocols, reported seeing rope worms in their stool.

Are Rope Worms Real or Hoax?

Rope worms were first discovered by Dr. Alex A. Volinsky and Dr. Nikolai V. Gubarev, as a result of cleansing enemas. Further research revealed that many people observed rope worm parasites in their stool during fasting or enemas.

According to the Dr. Volinsky and Dr. Gubarev, the main reason rope worms are often missed is because rope worms [1]:

  • Resemble human feces and are often mistaken for lining of the intestines.
  • Rarely come out as whole fully developed adult species.

Rope Worm Symptoms

Rope worms may be linked to many health issues. Like many other human parasites, this connection is still not fully identified by the medical community. It is however useful to pay close attention to symptoms that may indicate of a possible parasite problem in the body.

Rope work symptoms may include:

  • Digestive issues such as bloating, gas, constipation or diarrhea, indigestion.
  • Food allergies.
  • Stomach pain.
  • Skin rashes.
  • Headaches.
  • Weight gain or weight loss.
  • Increased common colds.
  • Coughing.
  • Hair loss.
  • Back pain.

Rope Worm Treatment

Rope worm parasites attach to the intestines with suction cups, twist like a corkscrew and can completely block the lumen of the
intestine. This can make it hard for the body to eliminate rope worms through normal bowel movements.

According to Dr. Gubarev, the fifth adult stage of rope worm can be treated by a combination of:

  • Fasting.
  • Enemas with eucalyptus decoction and several drops of eucalyptus oil.
  • Followed by freshly squeezed lemon juice enema.

These methods may be too invasive and aggressive for many people and may cause side effects as well. Based on our practice, we prefer a more holistic gentle and safe approach that has shown to be very effective for rope worms as well as other intestinal parasites. Many people who follow our natural parasite cleanse protocol, did report passing rope worms without using enemas at all. Here is a quick summary of the protocol.

Human Rope Worm Treatment

Step 1 – Oxygen Colon Cleanse

Oxygen Colon Cleanse (Oxy-powder ):
Releases oxygen in the colon to loosen stool buildup and intestinal parasites so they can be flushed out through normal bowel movements. This is done in a completely natural and gentle way, yet it has shown to be very potent.

The released oxygen may also help to loosen the grip of the rope worms to the colon wall. For this reason, you may see dead rope worms and other pathogens such as candida in your stool.

To learn more, see: oxygen colon cleanse for human parasites.

Step 2 – Antiparasitic Herbs

Antiparasitic herbs (Paratrex ):
Help the body to naturally get rid of parasites by creating an environment in the body that is hostile to parasites.

Many people that use Paratrex report improvements during the first 2 weeks of the parasite cleanse: less digestive issues such as bloating and gas, higher energy levels, mental clarity and better skin complexion. Just so you know what to expect: when you use Paratrex, you may see dead rope worms and other pathogens such as candida in your stool. This is very common.

To learn more, see: antiparasitic herbs.

Step 3 – Antiparasitic Diet

Antiparasitic diet:

  • Eliminate foods that can feed parasites especially high carbs and sugary foods, processed foods, fried foods, sugary beverages, wheat, gluten, grains, dairy, alcohol, and yeast.
  • Include anti parasite foods and parasite cleanse recipes using foods that kill parasites naturally in the body.
  • Fasting may not be necessary to get rid of rope worms. It can however, intensify the results.

To learn more, see: Antiparasitic diet.

For our complete parasite cleanse protocol, see: parasite cleanse.

Rope Worm Stages

According to Dr. Gubarev, rope worms develop over five main stages [1]:

  1. Viscous mucus 1st development stage:
    The first stage of the rope parasites starts as mucus. It can be hosted almost anywhere in the human body.
  2. Viscous mucus with bubbles 2nd stage:
    The second stage resembles slimy viscous mucus, and start to emit bubbles.
  3. Branched jellyfish 3rd stage:
    The third stage looks like branched jellyfish.
  4. Rope worm parasite 4th stage:
    The fourth stage start to look like the 5th adult rope stage, but has a softer slimier body.
  5. Rope worm parasite adult 5th stage:
    The fully developed human rope worm looks like twisted fibers of a rope and resemble human feces. Once passed, rope worms dry out outside the human body in air. Rope worms color depends on the food a person eats, and varies from white to black.