Entamoeba histolytica is an opportunistic protozoan. Infection of the parasite occurs from ingestion of contaminated food and water. The parasite usually remains in the colon and cecum but can cause invasive infections in immunocompromised individuals. Histolytica can spread to the liver, brain, and lungs through the bloodstream if you are immunocompromised and requires emergency treatment. 1
Symptoms of infection usually appear one to four weeks after ingestion. Symptoms include diarrhea, stomach pain, stomach cramps, and rarely fever and liver issues. Diagnosis of the parasite is made from a microscoped stool sample test. There is a possibility that false positive results can occur due to confusion with other amoebas like Entamoeba dispar. Antibody tests might be needed if you test positive for the parasite to make sure you are suffering from an Entamoeba histolytica infection. 2
Entamoeba histolytica Protocol
If you require medication to rid yourself of the parasite, ask your doctor about using Diloxanide furoate, Iodoquinol, or Tindamax.
- Hula Clark’s black walnut tincture – follow the general supplement bottle recommendations
- Herb Pharm Wormwood – follow the general supplement bottle recommendations
- Source Naturals Bioperine – take ten mg, twice daily, four hours away from any supplements or medications.
- Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth – follow diatomaceous Earth protocol above
- Ester-C Vitamin C – take 4,000 mg, twice daily
- Upgraded™ Activated Charcoal – follow the general supplement bottle recommendations
- Clean Chlorella – follow the general supplement bottle recommendations
- Jarrow Formulas lactoferrin – follow supplement bottle recommendations (can increase up to two grams daily if needed)
- MRM Cardio Chelate – follow general supplement recommendations.
- Colloidal silver (Mesosilver, Sovereign Silver) – follow supplement recommendations
See more from this series:
- Organisms Inside You – Part 1: Blastocystis hominis
- Organisms Inside You Part 2: Cryptosporidium
- Organisms Inside You – Part 3: Entamoeba histolytica