Post by mr potatohead on Oct 21, 2021 18:10:05 GMT
Along with N-acetylcysteine (NAC), HCQ, Ivermectin, etc, Artemisinin is another powerful parasite (Plasmodium) killer.
(I included NAC just to drag it into this thread, not knowing if it is actually a "killer" of parasites like the others, but it is beneficial.)
I'm also finding a common theme among these treatments - they also have a negative effect on cancer and other ailments.
Super-herb Artemisinin kills cancer cells, yeasts, parasites, pathogens like E coli, and viruses(*)
Artemisia annua, or Sweet Wormwood, is a herb found from Pakistan to China, and is the current treatment of choice for malaria. The highest concentration of active ingredient is found in the leaves and flowers. There are 14 other Artemisia species. It was originally used in Traditional Chinese Medicine where it was called Qing Hao. The species Artemesia has a number of active derivatives - artemisinin and analogs artemether and artesunate being the three most commonly used.
*The article included "viruses", which as contagious pathogens, do not exist (no proof of them), but it doesn't matter as long as the treatment kills them, IMO.
"I'm also finding a common theme among these treatments - they also have a negative effect on cancer and other ailments."
And that's another no-no for the Big Boys. Cancer societies are big money, ongoing.
When my Dad was dying from cancer and I was tagging along with him to medical appointments, I remember once day telling myself, "The cancer medical industry complex needs cancer patients more than cancer patients need the cancer medical industry complex."