BiOptimizers Herbal Parasite Guardian
About Herbal Parasite Guardian
Why Herbal Parasite Guardian is the best option on the planet:
- A precise blend of 13 synergistic herbs anti-parasitic, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial activities
- 5 digestive enzymes to support digestion and biofilm breakdown
- Kill the parasites, fungi, and bad bacteria to make room for good gut microbes
- Slippery elm and turmeric help soothe the gut lining and promote a balanced inflammatory response
If you eat raw foods, including salads and sushi, or travel to tropical countries, you may have picked up parasites without even knowing it. They often don’t become a severe disease and you may not even be aware they’re inside you. However, when they make your gut a home, they can steal your nutrients, and cause an overgrowth of yeast and bad bacteria. These critters contribute to chronic inflammation and leaky gut. Therefore, it is a good idea to do protection against parasites regularly to ensure optimal nutrification and gut health.
Herbal Parasite Guardian contains a precise blend of 13 different herbs and digestive enzymes. These herbs are also effective against yeasts and bad bacteria. In addition to helping with digestion, the enzymes also help break down the biofilms that the parasites, yeasts, and bad bacteria create to protect themselves.
Caution: Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding.
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