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Carom seeds are commonly eaten after a meal as a digestive aid, and can also help to settle an upset stomach or calm diarrhea. Essentially, carom seeds help to improve the strength and functionality of the digestive system, so they make it very difficult for a parasitic infection to spread or survive in the digestive system. This amping up of the immune system and the gut means that hookworms are more likely to starve, die, and be excreted normally. Carom seeds can also increase circulation and boost the metabolism, helping to get your body’s system back to normal! Protection Status
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