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Wormwood is an ancient herb that has found a number of uses in human health and wellness, and this is particularly true for parasitic infections from worms. Wormwood can inhibit the eggs of hookworms from developing normally and hatching, thus slowing down the spread of the infection. The antiparasitic properties will then cause the hookworms to die, when they will be passed out of the body through normal excretory processes. You can consume wormwood in the form of an extract or a decoction, depending on where you are in the world.

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