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PARASITE SCREEN 1 & 2

This test will show if you have any parasites and will also show which parasites they are and how serious the problem is (the level will be measured). Once it is made clear that you have parasites and which ones they are, we will check for remedies that will help you and your health care professional solve this health problem.

Parasite Screen 1 is the initial test. If parasites are found, various remedies will be tested.

Parasite Screen 2 is the follow up test. Preferably 2-3 months after Parasite Screen 1. Again all parasites will be checked, to see if the present parasites have left and if by any chance new once have shown up. If remedies are still needed, we will check the ones that were best tolerated during the Parasite Screen 1 and if these are not good anymore (tolerance level is too high, or it is not effective anymore), we will check for a different remedy.

Parasites tested:

  1. Actinomyces Israelii
  2. Actinomycetemcomitan
  3. Aerobacter Aerogenes
  4. Amoeba
  5. Ancylostoma Braziliense
  6. Ancylostoma Caninus
  7. Ancylostoma Duodenale
  8. Angina Plaut Vin
  9. Angiostrongylus Cantunensis
  10. Anisacis Marina
  11. Anisakine Larvae
  12. Anthrachinum
  13. Ascarids (Round Worm)
  14. Ascaris Lumbricoides
  15. Ascaris Suum
  16. Babesia Microti
  17. Bac Friendlanderi
  18. Bac Tetani
  19. Bac Welchi
  20. Bacillinum
  21. Bacillinum Testium
  22. Bacillus Coli
  23. Bacteriodes Gingivalis
  24. Bacteroides Intermedius
  25. Balantidium Coli
  26. Bilharziasis (Schis.)
  27. Blastocystis Hominis
  28. Borrelia
  29. Botulismus
  30. Brucella Abortus
  31. Brugia Malayi
  32. Brugia Timori
  33. Calymmatobacterium Granulomatis
  34. Campylobacter
  35. Candida Tropicalis
  36. Capiliaria Aerophila
  37. Chilomastix
  38. Chlamydia Trachomatis
  39. Chlonorchis
  40. Clonorchis Sinensis
  41. Clostridium Difficile
  42. Colostrdium Botulinum
  43. Clostridium Paraputrificum
  44. Clostridium Tetani
  45. Corynebacteria Anaerobics
  46. Corynebacterium Diphtheriae
  47. Cryptococcus Neoformans
  48. Cryptosporidium
  49. Ctenocephalides Felis Cat Flea
  50. Dermatophytoses
  51. Dientamoeba, Protozoa
  52. Dientamoeba Fragilis
  53. Diphtheria Bacillus
  54. Diphyllobothrium Latum
  55. Dipylidium Caninum
  56. Dirofilaria Immitis
  57. Distemperinum
  58. Dracunculus Medinens
  59. E. Coli
  60. Echinococcus
  61. Echinococcus Granulosus
  62. Echinococcus Multilocularis
  63. Ehrilichia Sennetsu
  64. Elephantiasis
  65. Endolimax Nana
  66. Entamoeba Coli
  67. Entamoeba Gingivalis
  68. Entamoeba Histolyica
  69. Enterobius Vermicularis
  70. Enterococcinum
  71. Eurytre-Pancreaticum
  72. Fasciola Hepatica
  73. Fasciolopsis Buski
  74. Filariasis
  75. Giardia Lamblia
  1. Gnathostoma Spinigerum
  2. Gonococcinum
  3. Haemophilus Aegyptius
  4. Hemophilus  Ducreyi
  5. Hemophilus Influenzae
  6. Helicobacter Pylori
  7. Hymenolepis Diminuta
  8. Hymenolepis Nana
  9. Klebsiella
  10. Legionella
  11. Leishmania Brazilensis
  12. Leishmania Donovani
  13. Leishmania Tropica
  14. Loa Loa
  15. Luesinum
  16. Lymphogran Inguinal
  17. Mansonella Ozzardi
  18. Mansonella Perstans
  19. Mansonella Streptoce
  20. Meningococcinum
  21. Mesocestoides Linea
  22. Metagonimus Yokogawai
  23. Multiceps Multiceps
  24. Mycoplasma Pneumoniae
  25. Naegleria Fowlerii
  26. Necator Americanus
  27. Neisseria Gonorrhoea
  28. Neisseria Meningitidis
  29. Nemahelminthes Roundworm
  30. Nematode Meloidigyne,Eggs
  31. Nematode Paratrichodorus
  32. Nematode Pratylenchus
  33. Nematode Xiphinema
  34. Onchocerca Volvulus
  35. Paragonimus Westermani
  36. Paratyphoidinum
  37. Pasturella
  38. Peptostreptococcus Anaerobics
  39. Pittsburgh Pneumon. Agent
  40. Platyhelminthes, Tapeworm
  41. Pneumococcinum
  42. Pneumocystis Carnii
  43. Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
  44. Pyrogenium (Saltwater Fish)
  45. Pyrogenium Avis
  46. Pyrogenium Crusacean
  47. Pyrogenium Suis
  48. Rickettsia Prowazekii
  49. Salmonella Typhosa
  50. Schistosoma Haematobium
  51. Schistosoma , Blood Flukes
  52. Schistosoma Japonicum
  53. Schistosoma Mansoni
  54. Shigella Paradysenteriae
  55. Staphylococcinum
  56. Staphylococcus Abominalis
  57. Staphylococcus Albus
  58. Staphylococcus Koag Pos
  59. Streptococcinum B Hemolyticus
  60. Streptococcus Faecalis
  61. Streptococcus Haemolyticus
  62. Streptococcus Pyogenes
  63. Streptococcus Rheumaticus
  64. Streptococcus Scarlatinae
  65. Streptococcus Viridans
  66. Strongyloides Stercoralis
  67. Strongyloides, Roundworms
  68. Taenia Echinococcus
  69. Taenia Mediocanellata
  70. Taenia Saginata
  1. Taenia Solium
  2. Tetanus Antitoxin
  3. Thermibacterium Bifidus
  4. Tinea Capitis, Ringworm
  5. Tinea Corporis
  6. Tinea Cruris
  7. Tinea Nigra
  8. Tinea Unguium
  9. Tinea Versicolor
  10. Toxocara Canis
  11. Toxocara Cati
  12. Toxocara  Mystax
  13. Toxoplasma Gondii
  14. Toxoplasmosis
  15. Trichinella Spiralis
  16. Trichinose
  17. Trichomonas
  18. Trichomonas Vaginalis
  19. Trichuris Trichiura
  20. Tuberculinum
  21. Tuberculinum (Dents)
  22. Tuberculinum (Kent)
  23. Tuberculinum (Koch)
  24. Tuberculinum Avis
  25. Tuberculinum Bovinum
  26. Tuberculinum Burnett
  27. Tuberculinum Marmoreck
  28. Tuberculinum Rosen
  29. Tuberculinum Testiculatum
  30. Tularemia
  31. Typhinum
  32. Uncinaria Stenocephala
  33. Vibrio Cholerae
  34. Vibro Parahaemolyticus
  35. Wuchereria Bancrofti
  36. Plus More Total 200

 

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