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> Nootropics remove parasite worms from your gut and colon
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post Nov 07, 2011, 05:40 PM
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Nootropics of the cholinesterase inhibitor class, that is

Many parasite medications are cholinesterase inhibitors. Resse's Pinworm Medicine, the over-the-counter parasite killer, is a cholinergic that has low bioavailability anywhere past the gut. Some nootropics that are cholinesterase inhibitors may also kill the worms that infest your gut. Probably the most valuable effect of it.

If you start a cholinesterase inhibitor nootropic youll may see worms in your stool, which is a good thing. Its a myth that parasites are moderately hard to hard to get. Everyone has them unless they incidentally & unintentionally take something that kills them, or kill them on-purpose.
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post Nov 08, 2011, 04:15 AM
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Good to know because i have two dogs and a cat...and they are really loving.
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post Dec 03, 2011, 10:32 PM
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How much for Hyperzine A dose to remove parasite ?
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