Parasite Elimination for Dogs
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48 vegetable capsules of organic; black walnut hull, kalmegh, catsclaw and powdered cloves. Take for three days on, three days off.
Doseage is one capsule for every one hundred pounds. You can open the capsule and sprinkle a very small amount on the food of small dogs. Before giving this to dogs make parsley water: cook a big bunch of fresh parsley in a quart of water for 3 minutes. Throw away the parsley. After cooling, you may freeze most of it in several 1 cup containers. This is a month's supply. Put 1 tsp. parsley water on the pet's food.
All dosages are based on a 10 pound (5 kilo) cat or dog. Double them for a 20 pound pet, triple them for a 30 pound pet, and so forth.
Pets are often so full of parasites, you must be quite careful not to deparasitize too quickly. The purpose of the parsley water is to keep the kidneys flowing well so dead parasites are eliminated promptly. They get quite fond of their parsley water. Do this for a week before starting the Parasite Elimination for Dogs.
If your pet vomits or has diarrhea, you may expect to see worms. This is extremely infectious and hazardous. Never let a child clean up a pet mess. Begin by pouring salt and iodine. “Povidone” iodine, topical antiseptic, is available in most drug stores. Pour this on the mess and let it stand for 5 minutes before cleaning it up. Clean up outdoor messes the same way. Finally, clean your hands with diluted grain alcohol (dilute 1 part alcohol with 4 parts water). Grain alcohol is actually ethyl alcohol that has been made by fermenting grain. A common brand in the United States is Everclear. Choose the 750 ml or 1 liter bottle which is bottled differently and doesn't contain the solvents the small bottles do. Be careful to keep all alcohol out of sight of children; don't rely on discipline for this. Be careful not to buy isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol for this purpose.
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