Frequently Asked Questions
Citricidal is an extract from the ground seeds and membranous material of grapefruit. It has remarkable, quick-acting effects against infections inside the body and on the skin, ears and in the mouth. Grapefruit seed extract is strong and concentrated, so a little goes a long way. The substance is non-toxic and produces no side-effects.
Augmented with Berberine and Artemesia (wormwood). This powerful formula is a potent compound.
Citricidal converts grapefruit bioflavonoids into an extremely potent compound that is totally biodegradable. The bitter grapefruit seed and pulp is loaded with polyphenolic compounds, chemically converting into powerful, non-toxic broad-spectrum antimicrobials.
Berberine possesses a wide range of antimicrobial activity. The primary antimicrobial mechanism of Berberine is the inhibition of the microbial carbohydrate metabolism and protein synthesis. It also stimulates bile production.
Artemesia Annua (wormwood) stimulates digestion. It has strong, microbicidal and cleansing activity. Wormwood has been used in china for over 1500 years. The majority of current research revolves around its use as anti-parasitic therapy.
Take in the following cyclical way for 2 to 3 months; 2 tablets three times a day for 10 days, stop for 5 days and take for 20 days again.
To kill egg-laying parasites, it is necessary to take the herbs for ten days, then stop them for five. This is because for ten days you are killing the “mother” parasite. It releases a chemical that prevents the eggs from hatching. When the mother is dead, the eggs start to hatch. Let them hatch for five days, then start back on the herbs. If you don’t, the baby parasites will fight each other to become the next dominant worm. Cycle the program like this for 2 to 3 months.
Many patients do a parasite program that they picked up at the health food store. This program may not work primarily because there is no cycling of the herbs. The herbs may also be ineffective even when cycled properly because they may not be the correct herbs to target the specific parasite a person has. Certain herbs are more effective for certain parasites, and we can discern which herbs are appropriate via muscle testing. Parasites that do not lay eggs do not require cycling of the herbs.