Want to learn how to make ivermectin at home using only simple all-natural ingredients directly from nature? Continue reading this article and see how you can make natural ivermectin at home.
Ivermectin is featured on WHO’s essential medicines list as an intestinal anthelmintic, antifilarial, and medicine for ectoparasitic infections. In 2015 two scientists won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for its discovery and applications. Needless to say, ivermectin is one of the top antiparasitic drugs currently on the market, first used in veterinary medicine, and later approved for human use.
While you cannot make ivermectin at home per se, there are natural alternatives to ivermectin, powerful antiparasitic herbs that can be used at home to treat parasitic infections.
We want to share with you how to make ivermectin at home, but the natural kind, using a single, yet very powerful antiparasitic herb. But before we get to show you how to make ivermectin at home, let’s see what this herb is and why this amazing herb is the natural substitute for ivermectin.
What You Need to Make Ivermectin at Home
The natural ivermectin recipe uses only one miraculous herb, which is one of the most powerful antiparasitic, antiviral, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective herbs in the natural medicine textbooks. And the list can go on. That is sweet wormwood.
Sweet wormwood is one of the most effective antiparasitic herbs in the world, and one of the best natural alternatives to ivermectin.
Sweet wormwood (Artemisia annua) and, its close cousin, common wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) are strong bitter tonics that kill parasites and promote bowel movements. Both these medicinal herbs have considerable artemisinin content, the main active compound, and are both natural alternatives to ivermectin. According to research, sweet wormwood contains the highest content of artemisinin out of the studied Artemisia family plants.
Why Is Wormwood The Natural Alternative to Ivermectin?
In addition to being one of the most powerful antiparasitic, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory herbs, studies have shown that artemisinin has the ability to kill tumor cells indirectly by boosting the production of the natural killer cells (NK). Natural killer cells are innate immune cells that show spontaneous cytolytic activity against cells under stress such as tumor cells and virus-infected cells. Yes, natural killer cells kill virus-infected cells and artemisinin has been shown to induce the cytolytic activity of natural killer cells. It also activates macrophages, induces nitric oxide synthases, and exhibits an anti-proliferative effect by blocking viral/tumor cell growth.
Basically, artemisinin does two of the main actions similar to Ivermectin: inhibits pathogen replication and stimulates the body’s natural killer cells to fight disease.
In addition to artemisinin, both these medicinal plants contain artesunate, arteannuin B, terpenes, and other natural compounds that together fight parasites and pathogens. Without further ado, here is how to make ivermectin at home using only this powerful herb.
How to Make Ivermectin at Home – Recipe
The natural homemade ivermectin recipe is simple. To make natural ivermectin at home you need the following ingredients:
- 1 tsp dried sweet wormwood leaves
- 30 drops of wormwood tincture
- 1 cup of hot water
- raw honey (optional)
Scald 1 tsp of sweet wormwood herb in a cup of boiling water and steep the tea for 10 minutes. To boost the beneficial healing properties of the sweet wormwood tea, add 30 drops of wormwood tincture. It will taste rather bitter which is normal, so you can sweeten it with raw honey to taste after it has cooled down a bit. You can drink 2 cups of this warm tea daily, one in the morning before breakfast and the other one in the evening, before dinner.
You can start drinking this tea when you experience the first symptoms. If the symptoms don’t stop after 1-2 days of drinking 2 cups of this tea daily, you can continue to drink this tea daily for up to 2 weeks maximum, then pause for 1 month and resume only if needed.
Wormwood tea is not recommended if you suffer from gastritis, gastric or duodenal ulcer, epilepsy, and if you have sensitivity to this herb. This tea is not recommended during pregnancy or nursing. Do not exceed the recommended dose.
You can use either sweet wormwood (Artemisia annua) or common wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) for both the tea and tincture, as they have similar natural constituents. Sweet wormwood contains higher levels of artemisinin, and we recommend that you preferably use sweet wormwood tea, still, both can have similar effects.
Whole plants contain a mix of complex compounds that together potentiate their beneficial effects and tone down the adverse reactions. This is why a whole plant or natural extract will always work better compared to synthetic extracts in terms of efficiency and adverse reactions.
The 100% Natural Homemade Ivermectin
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