Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Parasite Protocol Round 1 : Day 9 ~ Mebendazole Blitz

Today, instead of giving Jojo his usual mebendazole doses of 200mg in the a.m. and 200mg in the p.m., we had to give him 500mg in the morning at one shot. 3 hours after that I had to give him a dose of castor oil.  3 hours after the castor oil I had to give him an enema (MMS).

Thank God today is a public holiday, so I could take my time giving his enema.  Otherwise there would have been a mad rush to give him a quickie one at lunch time before he goes back to school for the afternoon session on Wednesdays.  This is because I give him the mebendazole in the morning at breakfast, with something fatty (chicken, in his case) for better absorption.  Then he goes to school and the castor oil (capsules) is given to him by this therapists at school approximately 3 hours after the mebendazole.  He finishes school at 12 p.m., comes home and has his lunch and I will have to put a catheter up where the sun don't shine before he returns to school at 2:00 p.m.

It's true what they say, no rest for the wicked. 

And yes... the fact that I AM wicked is truly established :P

So the moral of the story is, one has to perhaps juggle the daily routine a little to fit in these parasite protocol doses.  It was 'challenge' enough with the MMS (oh did I tell you that we have had to eliminate the term 'MMS' from our vocabulary and refer to it now as 'CD' in line with Kerri Rivera's upcoming book? CD = Chlorine Dioxide. So yeah.. get with the programme ;D I may have to change the title of this blog :P)  With the parasite protocol, one will have more to keep track of:

  • Mebendazole / Combantrin
  • Diatomaceous Earth (DE) + Rompepiedras (RP)
  • Castor Oil
  • Neem
All the above are given in different combinations on different days, no real pattern to it so one has to be on the ball enough to know what is given on which days of the Parasite Protocol from Days 1 - 18. From Day 18 onwards it's just the DE and the RP. 

I have to say that I have seen a lot of worms only after starting the Parasite Protocol. So what I read about Andreas Kalcker saying that CD (read: MMS) alone will not kill the parasites and that mebendazole is required must be true.  Whilst it does happen ~ parasites being killed by CD alone, best results are achieved with the Rivera CD protocol done in conjunction with the Kalcker Parasite Protocol.

Jojo seemed to be in discomfort before his enema today, 3 hours after the castor oil.  He passed something that looked like it had been big and fat in a previous life (pic below) :P after the initial water enema.  He was all smiles again after that.


If Jabba The Hutt had been a worm, it'd prolly look like the big boy on the right +___+

I lurrrrrve my cheeseburger and fries... XD

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Parasite Protocol Round 1 : Day 8

Very small 'fry' today...

Saw a very distinct white "vein" running through this one. When I lifted it with a fork, it didn't break,
the central white vein held it together

Another closer look of the white vein-y one

It's been a while since I wrote in this blog but I have been so busy.  I have been poop-diving for quite a while now, started about a week before April's Parasite Protocol.  Getting to be more confident about differentiating between biofilm (translucent, clear, film-like gel), mucus (breaks up in water) and worm pieces (looks like layers of opaque tissue, when lifted with work it intertwines around itself like a rope).

Kerri says that the outer skin of the worm is usually totally digested by the time these worms are expelled and what we see, that rope-like, intertwined tissue are its intestines, the insides of the worm.

Update: Today's "catch" seemed small because Jojo went to the toilet about an hour after the enema and expelled some more worms.  They all went down to the toilet, literally, no toilet 'hat' to collect them as he wasn't with me but downstairs with the maid. She said she saw lots of the "white stuff" in the toilet bowl ~ the 'stuff' you see in the pics here.

Monday, 29 April 2013

Parasite Protocol Round 1 : Day 7

Not such a prolific catch today...

Shorter bits than usual, but still with the "rope motif"

Sunday, 28 April 2013

Parasite Protocol Round 1 : Day 6

Check the fat, pale one on the left. Uggh....

A closer look. Again, the rope-like appearance.

Saturday, 27 April 2013

Parasite Protocol Round 1 : Day 5

Still with the rope-like appearance. Or could it just be mucus?

A close-up, if you will....

Rope-like, layers intertwined together

I also noticed it had a 'vein' running throught it. Maybe it's just me trying to find something out of nothing. However Jojo really feels good after these things leave his body. Check the pic below:

Thursday, 25 April 2013

Parasite Protocol Round 1 : Day 3

I posted this pic on the MMS Autism Facebook page asking whether this could just be mucus or not.

Kerri replied that it is the intestines of the work, the outer "skin  having already been digested.

The "object" looks like it has many layers, with the layers intertwining around themselves... like a rope.

Can you see the vein-like thing running along it's length?

Wondering if this the same thing that those people writing about 'rope parasites" are talking about.

The evening 'catch' XD

Not bad for a day's work ;)