What parasite symptoms can be triggered during a full moon?

Karen Fitzpatrick-Dame, ChhC, AADP

As we get closer to the Full Moon, you might start to notice some extra symptoms or more intensity of symptoms starting 5 days before the actually full moon appears.

Parasites thrive on serotonin and use it to move more freely throughout the body.  This means they are more active during the full moon, making it an ideal time to focus on parasite prevention and elimination.

Parasites are more likely to be the real thing driving you crazy or causing suffering during the full moon. The gravitational pull on water balance in the kidneys causes a shift of movement or an “awakening,” making these little buggers more active during the full moon cycle, which then wreaks havoc on your intestinal health, digestion, and hormone balance. An overgrowth of gut bacteria and yeast such as Candida can also have similar effects during a full moon.

The most common parasite usually found is Blastocystis Hominis (Blasto). Blasto can be persistent; it’s commonly correlated with autoimmune issues and likes to hang out with another bacterial gut offender known as H.pylori. The classic symptoms of H. Pylori can include: heartburn/acid reflux, ulcers, migraines and mid-back pain. But there are a bunch of different species of gut invaders that could be disrupting our balance during the full moon.

If you notice a change in your symptoms at least 5 days before the full moon through 5 days after, it could be an indication that something like parasites, Lyme disease, or other pathogens are throwing your body out of balance and causing challenges that your immune system is struggling to deal with.

5-Days prior to the Full Moon is the best time to begin treatment to eradicate Parasites.

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