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Wormwood has been used for hundreds of years in the treatment of parasitic infections and intestinal worms, which the name of this herb implies. For the treatment of giardiasis, there are a number of sesquiterpenes and other antioxidant compounds found in wormwood that can break down the membranes of parasites and protozoans, making it impossible for them to multiply and spread. Wormwood isn’t the most commonly found herb, but it is highly effective and trusted to quickly and effectively flush the intestines and the gut, bringing your digestive health back to normal.

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