The JD Parasite Cleanse Protocol for Humans

May 21, 2024 11 mins to read

Introducing The JD Parasite Cleanse, a holistic approach to parasite elimination crafted by a nutrition expert. Central to the protocol is the potent Amish Parasite Tincture, containing black walnut, cloves, and wormwood. This daily regimen includes sweating, exercise, and dietary adjustments featuring anti-parasitic foods. To manage detox reactions, the cleanse offers the Rogershood Parafy Tincture and Activated Charcoal Binder. Exercise and regular bowel movements are encouraged, with options for natural laxatives or enemas. The protocol also emphasizes microbiome and nutritional support, alongside an optional Rife Machine for those who can afford to invest more in their health.

What are Parasites?

Parasites are like freeloaders in our bodies, living off us and causing all sorts of trouble. You might have heard of malaria, where these tiny parasites hitch a ride on mosquitoes and make us seriously sick with fevers and chills. Then there are those intestinal parasites—nasty worms like roundworms and tapeworms that we can pick up from tainted food or water. They give us stomachaches, diarrhea, and can even mess with our nutrition. And who can forget about giardiasis? That’s when the Giardia parasite crashes our gut party, making us run to the bathroom with diarrhea and feeling all queasy. So yeah, parasites are definitely not the kind of guests we want hanging around in our bodies.

Why are Parasites Bad?

Parasites are defined as “an organism that lives in or on an organism of another species (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the other’s expense”, so by their nature they are bad. We have enough nutritional deficiencies without these nutrient leaches taking them and releasing toxins in our bodies…Here are some of the many reasons that parasites are bad:

  1. Nutrient Drainage: Parasites live off their hosts, drawing essential nutrients from the body’s tissues and bloodstream. This can lead to deficiencies in vital nutrients such as iron, vitamins, and minerals, resulting in fatigue, weakness, and impaired bodily functions.
  2. Tissue Damage: Some parasites, particularly those that migrate through tissues or organs, can cause physical damage to the host’s tissues. This damage can disrupt normal organ function and lead to complications such as organ failure or chronic inflammation.
  3. Immune System Dysfunction: Parasitic infections can trigger immune responses in the body, leading to inflammation and tissue damage as the immune system tries to eradicate the parasites. Over time, chronic inflammation can weaken the immune system, making the body more susceptible to other infections and diseases.
  4. Allergic Reactions: Certain parasites can induce allergic reactions in their hosts, leading to symptoms such as skin rashes, hives, itching, and respiratory distress. These allergic reactions can range from mild to severe and may require medical intervention.
  5. Transmission of Other Diseases: Some parasites act as vectors for other pathogens, such as bacteria and viruses, increasing the risk of secondary infections. For example, mosquitoes infected with the malaria parasite can transmit the malaria parasite to humans, causing a potentially life-threatening disease.
  6. Digestive Disturbances: Parasitic infections in the gastrointestinal tract can disrupt normal digestive processes, leading to symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation. In severe cases, parasitic infections can cause intestinal obstruction or malabsorption of nutrients.
  7. Chronic Health Conditions: Long-term or chronic parasitic infections can contribute to the development of chronic health conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and autoimmune disorders. These conditions can significantly impact quality of life and may require ongoing medical management.

Brain Eating Parasites from Pork!

One of the most chilling parasitic infections associated with undercooked pork consumption is caused by the larvae of a parasite called Taenia solium, commonly known as the pork tapeworm. When ingested, these larvae can migrate to various organs, including the brain, leading to a condition known as neurocysticercosis. This infection can result in severe neurological symptoms and, in some cases, even death. Proper cooking of pork and good hygiene practices are essential to prevent such dangerous parasitic infections.

Who is most susceptible to parasitic infection?

  • People living in regions with poor sanitation and limited access to clean water
  • Travelers visiting areas with high rates of parasitic infections
  • Children, especially those who play in contaminated soil or have poor hygiene habits
  • Individuals with weakened immune systems, such as those living with HIV/AIDS or undergoing chemotherapy
  • Individuals who consume under-cooked or contaminated food
  • Individuals who eat a lot of pork or sushi
  • Outdoor enthusiasts engaging in activities like camping, hiking, or swimming in natural water sources
  • Agricultural workers who come into contact with soil or animals that may harbor parasites

But My Country Isn’t some 3rd World Country!

A lot of people seem to be under the misconception that just because they are in a developed country like Canada, USA or Europe, that they have little to no risk of parasitic infection, but that’s simple not true. Whether you have a weakened immune system to health issues or put yourself more at risk with your dietary and hygiene practices…anyone can become infected with parasites. Heck you can get toxoplasmosis ghondii if you have a cat as a pet!

The reality is that a lot of people are wandering around with parasitic infection and symptoms that they have no idea are due to a parasitic infection! You could go years with very mild and livable symptoms, with a parasitic infection. This is because parasites are smart and want to keep their host alive, to extract as much nutrients as possible for them to grow and replicate or lay eggs.

What about the bodies natural immune defenses?

The body employs various immune mechanisms to fend off parasitic infections. This includes the activation of specialized immune cells and the production of antibodies to target and neutralize parasites. However, certain factors can inhibit these defense mechanisms or render them ineffective. Parasites have evolved intricate strategies to evade the immune system, such as hiding within host cells or altering their surface proteins to avoid detection. Additionally, chronic illnesses or immunodeficiency conditions can weaken the immune response, making individuals more susceptible to parasitic infections. Despite the body’s robust defense mechanisms, parasites can exploit vulnerabilities and establish infections if the circumstances are optimal.

Parasite Infection Symptoms

There are a wide range of symptoms that can be a result of parasitic infection. Unfortunately in western and mainstream medicine – at least in America – it’s uncommon to test for it. Most doctors are also not knowledgeable about parasites, and symptoms can overlap with many other health conditions, meaning it’s often misdiagnosed. Here are a list of potential symptoms that you may have parasites and should order a parasite test:

  1. Gastrointestinal Symptoms:
    • Abdominal pain or cramping
    • Bloating and gas
    • Diarrhea or constipation
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Loss of appetite
    • Weight loss or weight gain (unexplained)
    • Blood or mucus in stool
    • Intestinal obstruction
  2. General Symptoms:
    • Fatigue and weakness
    • Fever and chills
    • Muscle aches and joint pain
    • Allergic reactions (rash, hives, itching)
    • Malaise (general feeling of discomfort)
    • Night sweats
    • Sleep disturbances (insomnia or excessive sleep)
  3. Skin and Hair Symptoms:
    • Skin rashes or sores
    • Itching, especially around the anus or genitals
    • Hair loss or changes in hair texture
    • Dermatitis or eczema-like symptoms
  4. Respiratory Symptoms:
    • Coughing
    • Shortness of breath
    • Wheezing
    • Chest pain
    • Bloody sputum
  5. Neurological Symptoms:
    • Headaches
    • Dizziness
    • Seizures
    • Numbness or tingling sensations (especially in extremities)
    • Cognitive impairment (confusion, memory problems)
  6. Urinary Symptoms:
    • Frequent urination
    • Pain or burning sensation during urination
    • Blood in urine
    • Urinary tract infections
  7. Reproductive Symptoms:
    • Menstrual irregularities
    • Pelvic pain
    • Discharge (unusual color or odor)
    • Erectile dysfunction or loss of libido
  8. Systemic Symptoms:
    • Swollen lymph nodes
    • Enlarged liver or spleen
    • Jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes)
    • Anemia (pale skin, fatigue)
    • Immune system dysfunction (frequent infections)

At-Home Parasite Test Kit

There’s no reason you have to drive to, pay and spend time waiting to order a parasite test from your Doctor. You can easily order an at home parasite test, using one of our partner labs:

The Parasite Cleanse Protocol

1. Amish Parasite Tincture (Daily)

At the core of the protocol is an anti-parasite tincture that contains 3 key ingredients: black walnut, cloves and wormwood. Consume daily until the end of your parasite cleanse. I use the Rogershood Parafy Tincture or full kit, from (use code JDNUTRITION) for 10% off.

2. Activate Charcoal Binder (Daily)

When parasites are being detoxed, they release toxins which can overload the bodies detox systems, leading to worsening symptoms known as the Herxheimer Reaction. If you get the full Rogershood Parafy kit, this is included as part of it.

3. Laxative or Coffee Enema (As needed)

Poop is your main detox pathway, and you want those parasites out of you as fast as possible! I recommend 1 of 2 natural laxatives A) Cascara Sagrada and if you cant find it, B) Senna. Also vitamin C, magnesium citrate, adequate water and exercise can help. Ideally poop should be after every meal, but at a minimum once per day. Coffee enemas or colon hydrotherapy are also optional therapies that can be useful.

4. Sweating and Exercise (Daily)

Exercise can help clear detox pathways, and keep you healthy, but don’t overdo it. 20-45mins daily, alternating between low intensity exercises like yoga, qi dong, walking, etc and high intensity like weightlifting, running, HIIT class, crossfit, circuit training, functional training, etc.

5. Diet and Anti-Parasitic Foods (Daily – Alternate)

Don’t expect to do a parasite cleanse, without changing your diet. Add in and alternate a few anti-parasite foods like: garlic, pumpkin seeds, papaya, pomegranates, beets, and carrots.. Increase fiber intake as it helps you poop, through vegetables and flax. Also cut out added sugar and opt for whole foods (stop buying stuff in a package).

6. Daily Fiber Parasite Killer Smoothie (Daily)

Make an anti-parasite smoothie with the above anti-parasite foods, and foods rich in fiber like artichokes, broccoli, spinach, peas, lentils, etc! Add in some laxative foods like prunes, apples, berries, kiwi and broccoli, ensuring daily bowel movements.

7. Nutritional Support

Giving your body the nutrients it needs to detox and stay healthy is important. I recommend nutritional support either through super-foods like: moringa, spirulina, burdock root, Irish sea moss, etc. Or for those who can afford it Dr. Wallach’s Mighty 90 Bundle (91 essential nutrients), which you can find on

8. Rife Machine Parasite Zapper (Optional)

The rife machine is a device that uses electromagnetic fields to zap parasites & it does so much more by selecting from a hundreds of specific frequencies…but it’s only for the more affluent parasite detoxers, due to it’s high cost – if you can afford it, get it. Get on

The JD Parasite Cleanse (Printable) PDF Guide

Conclusion | The JD Parasite Cleanse

As we draw this journey to a close, think of the JD Parasite Cleanse as your body’s personal revival – a rejuvenating experience that goes beyond just expelling parasites. It’s like giving your system a much-needed reset, a chance to breathe freely and move with newfound vitality. Who knows…it could even be the root cause of your health issues. By embracing each step and element of this protocol – from the potent tinctures to the anti-parasite foods and key supplements – you’re not just combating parasites; you’re fostering an improved immune system, and over-all better health. Don’t wait for symptoms to worsen; make a parasite cleanse part of your annual health plan. If you’re seeking personalized guidance and access to the right supplements, why not schedule a virtual appointment with our experienced nutrition professionals? Let’s embark on this transformative journey together, unlocking your body’s full potential and radiating health from the inside out.


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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