Pumpkin

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There are many modern, formal ways to treat and expel intestinal worms, but many people trust traditional remedies and avoid the side effects of harsh pharmaceuticals. Pumpkin isn’t often thought of as a natural remedy, but they do contain an unusually high concentration of cucurbitacin, which has been identified as a powerful anthelmintic substance. Adding pumpkin or pumpkin seeds to your daily/weekly diet can help to starve the worms and stimulate their expulsion from the body, rapidly clearing up the infection and getting your gut back to normal.

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