Hulda Clark Parasite Cleanse Protocol

April 10, 2024 9 mins to read
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So you’re looking for a parasite cleanse, and maybe someone mentioned the Hulda Clark Parasite Cleanse…but who is Hulda Clark and what’s her parasite cleanse involve? Hulda Clark, like many ahead of her time, was considered a controversial figure in alternative medicine. She proposed a comprehensive parasite cleanse protocol designed to eliminate parasites from the body. In this article I’ll go over the Hulda Clark Parasite Cleanse from top to bottom, and why you should, or shouldn’t, use it!

Who is Hulda Clark?

Hulda Regehr Clark (1928–2009) was trained as a naturopathic doctor and considered a controversial figure in the realm of alternative medicine, known for her unorthodox theories and treatment protocols. Clark gained notoriety for her claims about the origins of diseases, particularly cancer and HIV/AIDS, which she attributed to parasitic infections and environmental toxins. She rose to prominence with the publication of her book “The Cure for All Diseases,” where she outlined her theories and proposed treatments, including the use of a “zapper” device to eliminate parasites. Despite a lack of scientific evidence, her ideas gained a following among proponents of alternative and holistic health. Clark’s methods were however heavily criticized by the medical establishment, for their lack of scientific rigor and alleged potential risks to patients. Despite the controversies surrounding her work, Hulda Clark remains a polarizing figure in the history of alternative medicine, leaving behind a legacy that continues to spark debate and skepticism within the healthcare community.

How Did Hulda Clark Die?

First I’ll preface this by telling you that Hulda Clark also claimed that cancers were chiefly caused by parasites, and her protocol could “cure them”. There is conflicting evidence here around her death…some official documents show she died of complications from MS (Multiple Sclerosis) an autoimmune disease. While statements from her son claim she died of multiple myeloma, a blood cancer.

Now, I’m a bit skeptical here about her death being from cancer…See I’ve researched many other protocols and devices for Cancer, such as the Budwig Protocol…and two things often happen to all of these cancer remedy creators

(1) They are engaged in persecution by mainstream medicine and lengthy legal battles which they often win, at least until the relentless assault by the bottomless pockets of the pharmaceutical industry or more sinister methods are employed E.g. in the case of budwig, where they turned his family against him with lies because the legal route wasn’t working; even the judge admitted it was a cancer cure.

(2) Coincidentally, As implausible as it may be…they are often alleged as dieing from cancer while either family or conflicting documentation proves otherwise. I mean what are the odds that a handful of “cancer remedy” creators all happen to die of cancer? I don’t believe in coincidences.

We know bigpharma has bottomless pockets, a distinct lack of morals, an obsession with greed, and that wars have been fought over far less money than the cancer industry earns every year…let that sink in for a minute. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if her son wasn’t paid off to lie about what lead up to her death, which would explain the conflicting documentation. A few million dollars would be enough to tell small lie…it’s not like it’s going to bother a dead person, right? Just speculating, but I’ll let you be the judge.

The Hulda Clark Parasite Cleanse Protocol

Here’s a general guide to the Hulda Clark parasite cleanse, based on her recommendations:

1. Preparation:

Before starting the cleanse, gather the necessary supplies. This includes a zapper – a device claimed to kill parasites through electrical currents, black walnut hull tincture, cloves, and wormwood capsules or a parasite killer tincture that includes all 3 herbs like the Parafy Parasite Cleanse by Rogershood; the anti parasite tincture I use myself and with my clients.

2. Monitoring the Cleanse

Throughout the cleanse, pay attention to any changes in symptoms or side effects. Some individuals may experience detoxification reactions such as fatigue, headaches, or gastrointestinal discomfort. If you experience severe or concerning symptoms, discontinue the cleanse and consult a healthcare professional.

3. Dietary Changes:

Clark recommended making dietary changes to support the parasite cleanse. This typically involves avoiding certain foods that she believed could contribute to parasite growth, such as processed foods, sugar, and alcohol. Instead, focus on consuming whole, nutrient-dense foods such as fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains. Here are some more details on the recommended dietary changes for the Hulda Clark Parasite Cleanse:

  • Eliminate Sugars and Processed Foods: Parasites thrive on sugar and processed foods, so eliminating these from your diet can help starve the parasites.
  • Increase Fiber Intake: Fiber helps to flush out the intestines and remove parasites and their waste.
  • Incorporate Anti-Parasitic Foods: Garlic, pumpkin seeds, pomegranates, beets, and carrots are known for their parasite-fighting properties.

4. Parasite Cleanse Tincture:

The cleanse typically consists of three main components: black walnut hull tincture, cloves, and wormwood capsules. These are taken in specific doses over a period of several weeks.

  1. Black walnut hull tincture: This is believed to have antiparasitic properties. Clark recommended taking 2-3 drops of black walnut hull tincture in water or juice, three times a day before meals. The dosage may vary depending on the individual, so it’s essential to follow the instructions on the product label.
  2. Cloves: Cloves are believed to help kill parasite eggs. Clark recommended taking 500 mg of clove capsules, three times a day with meals.
  3. Wormwood capsules: Wormwood is thought to be effective against parasites. Clark recommended taking 200-300 mg of wormwood capsules, three times a day with meals.

These three components are typically taken together for 18 days, followed by a break of 5 days. The cleanse may be repeated for several cycles.

Pre-made Hulda Clark Style Parasite Cleanse Tincture

Rather than go through three separate supplements or trying to get the right amounts of each herb…you can get all three in a pre-made Tincture – The Parafy Parasite Tincture contains black walnut hull, cloves and wormwood as advised by Hulda Clark.

5. Using the Parasite Zapper (Optional):

Hulda Clark also advocated for the use of a zapper, a device claimed to kill parasites using electrical frequencies. The zapper is typically used alongside the parasite cleanse protocol and anti-parasite diet. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper usage.

6. Additional Supplements

Probiotics

Probiotics help to restore the healthy flora in the gut microbiome, while doing the cleanse. Roughly 70-80% of your immune system is housed in the gastrointestinal tract (gut), which makes it important. I recommend a gut healing probiotic blend by Dr. Wallach below.

Digestive Enzymes

Digestive enzymes help to improve digestion and help break down food more effectively, making it harder for parasites to survive. I recommend a full spectrum digestive enzyme with ox bile or bile salts and betain hcl, like the one by Dr. Wallach below.

Multi-Vitamin & Mineral Complex

Remember your body is doing the detoxing of those dead parasites and toxins they release…your body needs adequate nutrition to support your detox organs and immune system to deal with all those toxins or it could do more harm than good. I recommend the healthy body start pack by Dr. Wallach below.

If you can’t afford this bundle you can try adding nutrient dense super-foods like: moringa, burdock root, spirulina and Irish sea moss (choose 1 or 2). Burdock root and moringa are a favorite – you can grind up burdock root and have it as a tea, while moringa usually comes as a powder you can easily add to a smoothie or juice.

Where to Buy The Best Zapper?

I found the son of Royal Rife, the original creator of the Rife Machine, the first and best zapper! While there are certainly cheaper Zapper machines available, I wouldn’t trust or recommend them. While the Rife machine has a hefty price tag, it is also much more sophisticated, designed to Rifes original specs, and made in the USA with strict quality controls, instead of by some cheap company in china. Rife machine also has a library of frequencies, and the capability to adjust to frequencies for every illness or ailment under the sun.

It’s important to approach alternative cleansing methods with caution and skepticism, as they may lack scientific evidence and could potentially be harmful. If you’re concerned about parasites or your overall health, Book a Virtual Appointment with a Nutritional Counselor, Health Coach, or Holistic Nutritionist from JD Nutrition to get a holistic parasite cleanse protocol, which you can then check with your doctor.

7. Lifestyle Adjustments

  • Regular Exercise: Helps to boost the immune system. Check out JDs 20-3 Hi Exercise Routine.
  • Adequate Hydration: Drink plenty of water to help flush out toxins. I recommend reverse osmosis or distilled water, and not bottled water because it contains microplastics.
  • Saunas and Sweating: Wet, dry or infrared can all work to help sweat out toxins. Make sure you wipe with a towel frequently, to prevent re-absorption of toxins.

8. Maintenance Program

After the initial cleanse, focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet, regular exercise, and stress management techniques. There is no guarantee that the cleanse will permanently eliminate all parasites, so a maintenance program is often recommended, which might involve taking smaller doses of the herbal supplements once a week to prevent re-infestation. As well as practicing practicing good hygiene and preventative measures. Book a virtual appointment for follow-up assistance by a nutrition professional.

Hulda Clark Parasite Cleanse Protocol Downloadable and Printable Guide

Disclaimer

The information provided in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any health care agency or government entity in Canada or the United States.

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