Today, we are going to show you how to treat intestinal (all types) worms with mango kernel
Intestinal worms are parasites of the digestive tract. Hygiene measures help prevent their spread. And effective treatments exist.
There are different types of intestinal worms, and each parasite has its own treatment.
The treatment of the pinworm:
The most common intestinal worm is pinworm. This parasite lays its eggs at the level of the anus.
The worm looks like a 2mm white cotton thread. It is spread by contaminated hands when scratching the infested area.
It is itchy but can also cause mild behavioural problems, irritability or insomnia.
Treatment of roundworm:
Another parasite, roundworm. This pinkish-white earthworm can measure up to 15 cm. Rare in France, it is mainly present in tropical areas.
Characterized by fever and a persistent cough, roundworm can also be manifested by digestive signs such as diarrhoea or vomiting.
Treatment of tapeworm, Taenia
Very widespread in the world, the tapeworm called Taenia or tapeworm can remain very discreet.
To prevent intestinal worms, one necessity: hygiene. Washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water after using the toilet, before cooking and before eating is imperative.
Here is one aspect of the mango that we overlook. This is the core and yes the core that we throw away after having savoured all the mango pulp. Little known to its consumers, the core of the mango has quite interesting virtues, especially for fighting intestinal worms.
You just need to boil several mango kernels, open them and rap the ball inside to have a paste. Then consume a teaspoon 3 times a day or simply you can dry this paste to keep for a long time. You didn’t know it, did you? Now you know it. So, take full advantages of mango.
Treat intestinal worms with the mango kernel