Parasite Herbs


It might seem a little strange to put oils on a site specializing in antiparasitic herbs, but sometimes an oily purge or very spicy soup that is slithering in oil helps to move weakened or dead parasites out of the gastrointestinal tract quickly. One can even add some black walnut to the oil. In any event, high quality organic oils that are cold pressed helps to restore elasticity to the membranes that have been ravaged by parasites and acidic irritants.

Coconut Oil, organic, 32 oz.

Omega Nutrition"s Certified Organic Coconut Oil is one of nature"s most beneficial, nutritious and easily digestible culinary oils. Coconut Oil is ideal to use as a cooking oil because it can take high heat without losing its healthy properties. Most importantly this non-hydrogenated naturally saturated oil does not contain trans-fatty acids.

Use 25% less fat when making your next pie crust! A mild, light, subtle flavor makes this an excellent butter substitute.

Coconut Oil is converted into energy rather than stored as fat. People who have trouble digesting fat find that Coconut Oil can be more easily digested than other oils. Best of all, Omega Nutrition Certified Organic Coconut Oil is a significant plant source of lauric acid. Lauric acid helps support a healthy immune system.

Contains: Organic pure coconut oil.


Sesame Oil, Certified Organic, 12 oz

Omega Nutrition's certified organic Sesame Oil has an exceptional light and delicate flavor, which is a result of cold pressing oil from hulled sesame seeds. Many commercial sesame oils are roasted, refined or extracted using hexane giving them a very heavy aroma and taste.

Contains: omegaflo®, unrefined organic sesame oil.




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