Doing the milk bath

by Penny

Hello Grandma,

Just found your site and thank you for putting it together for the world to read.

I am interested in trying the milk bath but was not sure if it uses only milk. If so, how many bags of milk would it take to be enough to de-worm?

Recently someone tested me with a machine that suggested I have a tapeworm. When I thought about it, I spent five years (2002-2007)living in China and visited places with such terrible hygiene so I guess I should not have been surprised at the finding.

So I would like to try your home remedy first as I do prefer working with home remedies.

Thanks for your help.

Penny Williams

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Apr 10, 2009
Tapeworm and Milk Bath
by: Grandma

Hello Penny,

It's very nice to meet you. I'm so glad you're enjoying my website.

You have all the classic reasons for suffering from a tapeworm. Visiting other countries and especially spending so much time in areas that are known for an unclean enviroment. I'm sure it was a journey you will never forget and even though you are suffering ill effects I do envy your adventure.

If you are planning on using whole milk you can mix it with some hot water, about 1 quart of hot water to 1 gallon of whole milk. It's hard to say how many bags you should use since I have no idea how you plan on soaking, I'm assuming in a bathtub. The main thing to remember is to make sure you are soaking in enough milk that it completely covers the rectum area. Just like the picture on my tapeworm webpage, the milk should be flowing over your thighs. Also, try to keep your legs spread apart with knees bent. Most important, try to keep relaxed expecially when you feel the tapeworm sliding through the rectum. If it feels you panic it will panic and withdraw back inside.

Thank you for trusting in Grandma's Wisdom,


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