Germicidal (Bilharzia) 120 Capsules

Germicidal (Bilharzia) 120 Capsules

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Our natural herbal supplement supports the body’s defenses against parasitic infections, particularly Bilharzia.

Each ingredient is selected for its potential efficacy in addressing various facets of the infection. The supplement aids Bilharzia’s recovery, promoting overall health and well-being.

What is Bilharzia:
Bilharzia, known as schistosomiasis, is a parasitic infection caused by trematode worms of the genus Schistosoma. The disease manifests as a result of contact with contaminated freshwater, harbouring parasitic larvae.

Transmission and Entry:
The lifecycle of Bilharzia involves freshwater snails as intermediate hosts. These snails release larvae into the water, which can penetrate human skin during activities like swimming or wading. Once inside the human host, these larvae develop into adult worms, setting the stage for infection.

Duration and Changes in the Body:
The adult worms live within the blood vessels, with female worms releasing eggs that exit the body through urine or feces. Some eggs, however, remain in the body and contribute to the pathology of the disease. Over time, the presence of these eggs leads to granulomatous inflammation, fibrosis, and various complications in organs such as the liver, spleen, and bladder.

Path of Bilharzia in the Body:
The eggs that reach the liver induce granulomatous inflammation, particularly in the left lobe, causing fibrosis, venous obstruction, and portal hypertension. The urinary and intestinal systems are preferential sites for infection, but the blood vessels housing the worms allow the parasites to affect multiple organs.

Impact on the Human Body:
Bilharzia poses significant health risks, with chronic infections contributing to severe complications. The eggs’ accumulation and the resultant inflammatory processes can lead to organ damage, including kidney dysfunction, splenic enlargement, and bladder issues. The disease’s long-term effects can range from chronic abdominal pain and urinary problems to more severe conditions like liver cirrhosis.

Causes of Bilharzia:
Bilharzia is caused by specific species of Schistosoma worms, primarily Schistosoma mansoni, Schistosoma haematobium, and Schistosoma japonicum. These parasites thrive in certain regions with freshwater snails acting as intermediate hosts, facilitating the transmission of the disease to humans in contact with infested water.

Signs of Bilharzia:
Bilharzia, also known as schistosomiasis, can present with various signs and symptoms, depending on the stage of the infection.

 

Our natural herbal supplement supports the body’s defenses against parasitic infections, particularly Bilharzia.

Each ingredient is selected for its potential efficacy in addressing various facets of the infection. The supplement aids Bilharzia’s recovery, promoting overall health and well-being.

What is Bilharzia:
Bilharzia, known as schistosomiasis, is a parasitic infection caused by trematode worms of the genus Schistosoma. The disease manifests as a result of contact with contaminated freshwater, harbouring parasitic larvae.

Transmission and Entry:
The lifecycle of Bilharzia involves freshwater snails as intermediate hosts. These snails release larvae into the water, which can penetrate human skin during activities like swimming or wading. Once inside the human host, these larvae develop into adult worms, setting the stage for infection.

Duration and Changes in the Body:
The adult worms live within the blood vessels, with female worms releasing eggs that exit the body through urine or feces. Some eggs, however, remain in the body and contribute to the pathology of the disease. Over time, the presence of these eggs leads to granulomatous inflammation, fibrosis, and various complications in organs such as the liver, spleen, and bladder.

Path of Bilharzia in the Body:
The eggs that reach the liver induce granulomatous inflammation, particularly in the left lobe, causing fibrosis, venous obstruction, and portal hypertension. The urinary and intestinal systems are preferential sites for infection, but the blood vessels housing the worms allow the parasites to affect multiple organs.

Impact on the Human Body:
Bilharzia poses significant health risks, with chronic infections contributing to severe complications. The eggs’ accumulation and the resultant inflammatory processes can lead to organ damage, including kidney dysfunction, splenic enlargement, and bladder issues. The disease’s long-term effects can range from chronic abdominal pain and urinary problems to more severe conditions like liver cirrhosis.

Causes of Bilharzia:
Bilharzia is caused by specific species of Schistosoma worms, primarily Schistosoma mansoni, Schistosoma haematobium, and Schistosoma japonicum. These parasites thrive in certain regions with freshwater snails acting as intermediate hosts, facilitating the transmission of the disease to humans in contact with infested water.

Signs of Bilharzia:
Bilharzia, also known as schistosomiasis, can present with various signs and symptoms, depending on the stage of the infection.

 

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