Ibs Irritable Bowel Syndrome And Crohns

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Sally Says:

Does anyone know how to make safe parasitic worms to treat these? I need details - i know it requires a pig? {edited for privacy} - Please do not lecture me about the legality and dangers. I just need honest scientific advice on how to grow these, clean and sterile.... Thanks a lot for your help - Sally

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David Says:

Hi Sally,

The concept of using parasites to treat IBS and Crohns is new to me and I'm curious as to where/how you first came to know about this type of treatment modality?

I will say that in my honest opinion, nothing about using parasites (especially from swine) sounds safe at all. It actually makes more sense to me to supplement with probiotics and digestive enzymes that are notoriously known to be beneficial for your gut instead of something that's not (i.e. parasites). And I'll stop there on that note because I know you're not looking for a lecture and I'm really not here to do that anyways. Just offering an alternative suggestion that may be worth looking into.

Hope this helps!

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