Detox & Parasite Cleanse: The Search for the Best in the Market

In my usual research vigour, I kick started my research on parasite cleanse again, yet again in the past few years!

Why did it take so long?

If you have tried googling ‘Parasite Cleanse’, there are tons of brands and formula out there. Plus I’m super particular of products that I consumed or apply on my body. I’m a serious skeptical health freak in this instance!

A lot of products came in tablets or liquid form and I’m not really sure what goes into it. Are the ingredients they use organic or even properly cleaned before packaging? Are the products going to do more harm than good? It’s hard to find a product when I don’t have a concrete list of criteria.

I read some research done by the respected naturopath Dr. Hulda Clark. From Wikipedia, “Clark claimed that all human disease was related to parasitic infection and also claimed to be able to cure all diseases, including cancer and HIV/AIDS, by destroying these parasites by “zapping” them with electrical devices which she marketed.” Oh well, sounds like the bioresonance tests that I have done. Anyway, she claims that parasite cleanse should include the following 3 key ingredients:

  1. Black Walnut Hulls (from the black walnut tree)
  2. Wormwood (from the Artemisia Shrub)
  3. Common Clove (from the clove tree)

Black walnut hull and wormwood kill adults and developmental stages of parasite. Cloves kills the eggs, that is why all three must be used together in a single treatment to eradicate parasites.  Most pharmaceutical drugs kill the adults, but not the eggs, which will be left in your body to develop into adults and lay more eggs. The cycle just never ends!

There are several products in the market that provide rather ‘gruesome’ pictures on their websites, monstrous green slimy stuff! I don’t know if that really came out from their customers’ bodies or just simply the ‘cleanse mixture’ transiting through the digestive systems and reappearing as the green slimy stuff. Meaning, what came out is what went in — the ‘dirty gut’ is still not clean! (hey, it rhymes!)There is simply too much hype in the market and consumer money is pouring in. I avoided these products.

Senna is one product to be avoided in your cleanse, as it is a laxative used to irritate the colon to alleviate constipation. It sure sounds habit forming and I do not want that in my cleanse.

Finally I short listed a few cleansing kits out of dozens: (Not in any particular order.)


As I look closer, I eliminated Blessed Herbs as it contains the controversial bentonite clay in their ‘Toxin Absorber’. Bentonite Clay is made up of 20% aluminium. It is controversial if the aluminium could be absorbed by the body during the cleanse. However, since I have a choice, I would choose to avoid that. I want to rid my body of metals not to introduce them!

I eliminated Nature’s Secret because its ‘Parastoy’ contains gelatine. I’m a full vegetarian, so that’s out.

Final round: Ejuva, PBIV and Renew Life (ParaGone) and are all serious contenders.

PBIV looks promising but contains added ingredients or fillers (e.g., silicon dioxide or silica.)  Stearic acid, one of the added ingredients could be from animal source, which for me is a big concern. And there are other health concerns that stearic acid and magnesium stearate (both by-product of hydrogenated oils) might not be safe for consumption. According to this article, it is highly toxic for consumption, even though 90% of supplements contain them in order to lubricate pills for increased pill production. Check your supplements just to be sure!

Renew Life’s total body cleanse has 100% organic products & fibre and it is 100% vegetarian.  It also has a lot of great reviews online. However, it does not have supplementary probiotic products in their cleanse. You have to buy them separately on their website. So KIV on this.

What stood out in the end is Ejuva detox and parasite cleanse. I cannot find any negative complains about it online, except that it is a bit pricey. What I found about Ejuva is that:

It is 100% organic or wild crafted whenever possible.

It is 100% vegan and raw.

It does not contain bentonite clay. And I do buy their theory that cleansing cannot be done over just a few day or a week as our body just simply cannot take the onslaught of toxins. Their program takes one month. I also like that they have integrated both the cleansing kit and the parasite cleanse. The products are also free from fillers, synthetic flow agents, not sterilized or gassed.

So finally, after years of on-and-off research I got the Ejuva Cleansing Kit (body detox) together with the Para Nix Kit (Parasite cleanse) for myself and Peter. Can’t wait for the products to arrive in Singapore for us to start the cleanse!




  1. […] Other interesting “findings” include “braided” stool with multi-colours. Could this be what they described as “Mucoid Plaque”? Feel free to google mucoid plaque for google images. I will leave you to do that at an appropriate time, especially when you are not eating or drinking. (Do note that some of the mucoid plagues pictures could be simply due to the herbs or cleansing carrier consumed as describe in my previous post (“Parasite Cleanse & Detox). […]

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