These are some of the things I have been finding helpful and have tried to explain to consumers. This is not an exhaustive list. Many of these are only helpful to some people, but are very useful in some people.
When you buy some of these products, you will also need to do some research. You can search online for parasites or for the product you are looking for. You can get some advice at your local doctor's office and at your local library. If you don't like the information or don't have access to a library, you can go to the Internet and search for parasites in the newspapers, magazines, books and websites. You can also go to the internet to buy a parasite test at a local laboratory, a cheap one if you are concerned about cost. You should also talk with your pharmacist about any medications that he prescribes for you. He may have some suggestions. If you are taking any of these medications, you can also read about the pros and cons.
Another way to find out what products are effective for you is to contact the manufacturer. It is not required, but you might get some free samples if you do so.
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