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4 out of 5 people have gut parasites. Are you one of them?


Most of us have gut parasites - It is estimated that around 80% of both adults and children suffer from them! Intestinal parasites are usually microscopic organisms that invade the gastrointestinal tract in humans where they live alongside a host of other good and bad bacteria. There are around 3200 species of parasites, which can be found all over the place including our environment, in the air we breathe, in the water we drink and in the food we eat. These parasites feed on the nutrients that are meant for our bodies to absorb and use, thereby increasing the chances of nutrient deficiencies. At times these parasites can even pose a greater threat to our bodies because many of them carry diseases.
Common gut parasites you’ve probably heard of:

Roundworms
Roundworms are parasites that need to live in the human body. These parasitic infections can cause diarrhea and fever. Types of roundworms in humans include pinworms and ascariasis (as-kuh-RIE-uh-sis). Often, roundworm infections come from exposing yourself to poor sanitation and hygiene.

Pinworms
Pinworm infection is spread by the fecal-oral route that is either directly by hand or indirectly through contaminated clothing, bedding, food, or other articles. Symptoms of this nasty parasite include Itching in the genital area, insomnia, irritability, teeth grinding and restlessness, occasional stomach pain and nausea.

Hookworms/ tapeworms
Tapeworms get into the body when someone eats or drinks something that's infected with a worm or its eggs. Once inside the body, the tapeworm head attaches to the inner wall of the intestines and feeds off the food being digested. Most people who have a tapeworm experience no symptoms and are unaware that they might be infected. But if symptoms do arise, they would include tiredness, abdominal pain, weight loss, and diarrhea.
Even though the thought of possibly being infected with one of these nasties is nauseating, there is a cure! A natural, holistic and completely healing cure for a suffering gastrointestinal tract infected with gut parasites.
If the above isn't reason enough to ensure you’re always stocked up on Klean’s Revive Capsules, keep reading to find out exactly what it’s natural ingredients can do for an ailing gut:

Yerba mate 
Yerba mate is an herbal tea rich in antioxidants and nutrients. 
Yerba Mate may help prevent infections from bacteria, parasites, and fungi. One test-tube study found that a high dose of yerba mate extract deactivated E. coli, a bacteria that causes food poisoning symptoms like stomach cramps and diarrhea

Bladderwrack 
Bladderwrack is a type of brown seaweed that contains alginic acid, a kind of dietary fiber.
It’s traditional usage by herbalists includes improving the symptoms of: Obesity, goiter and kidney function. Bladderwrack also eliminates parasites, and increases thyroid activity, making it suitable for cases of under-active thyroid function.

Burdock root  
Burdock root comes from burdock, a genus of weeds that are related to sunflowers and part of the daisy family and has diuretic and digestive properties.
More often than not, the blood also needs attention. It can be toxic, thick and congested, and deficient in oxygen. You can use formulae containing Oregon Grape Root, Burdock Root, Celandine, and even Sassafras Bark to help cleanse the blood. People also take burdock to kill germs, reduce fever, treat colds, cancer, anorexia nervosa, gastrointestinal (GI) complaints, joint pain (rheumatism), gout, bladder infections, complications of syphilis, and skin conditions including acne and psoriasis. Worms can also be purged from the intestines by using supplements containing burdock root.

Dandelion root
The same dreaded weed that you may curse as it pokes its yellow-flowered head through your green lawn—is one of nature’s finest liver herbs! 
These bitter, digestive herbs paralyze and kill parasites in the digestive tract. Multiple studies have shown that dandelion root is also an effective liver rejuvenator in cases of jaundice, liver swelling, hepatitis, and indigestion. Since the medicinal constituents of dandelion root are water soluble, it is easy to brew a medicinal tea by simmering dandelion root in water (a couple of teaspoons dandelion root per cup of water) for 15 minutes on the stove top. Drink 8 oz. two to three times daily.

Slippery Elm 
Slippery elm (Ulmus rubra) is a tree that is native to North America. It contains antioxidants that help relieve inflammatory conditions.
Nineteenth-century doctors and herbalists recommended Slippery elm tea in the management of lung diseases such as pneumonia, consumption (tuberculosis) and pleurisy. A large dose of the herbal tea was reputed to expel tapeworms literally causing the parasite to slide out of the digestive tract.

Aloe  
Aloe vera is a short-stemmed shrub that has antioxidant properties.
The world over, users revere Aloe Ferox for it's detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-parasitic healing properties.


All of these incredible natural ingredients can be found in Klean’s Revive Capsules.



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