Regarding Milk Bath for Tapeworm


(Eli)

I have a large tapeworm and like to know how long do I need to sit in the milk bath, and also how many gallons of milk I have to pour in the bath tub.



Thanks
Eli

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Sep 04, 2010
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Type of Milk to Use for Bath
by: Grandma

Hi,

I really have no idea how Eli found out he had a tape worm. Maybe he'll come back and read your question and reply.

As far as what type of milk to use I can't see where it would make a difference since the tapeworm needs to smell the milk and move towards it to enjoy a treat. I doubt if it's going to be fussy about it having anti-biotics in it. :) I would make sure it's whole milk since you'll most likely mix it with warm water. The most important advice is to make sure you have enough to sit in and it covers your anus and try to relax. I think that is the hardest part once you feel it expelling.

Grandma

Sep 04, 2010
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type of milk
by: Anonymous

Thank you for your reply. You answered the exact questons I had.

In addition, I wonder: does any milk work, or would it be better to use organic milk? I am assuming the Amish milk is nothing but organic. However, typical commercial milk has its CLA expelled due to processing or something, and has antibiotics and/or hormones added, at lesat because the cow was given them beforehand. So is organic milk preferable, or does it not make a difference. (It makes a difference price-wise, but if this remedy really works, it would be worth the extra expense.)

By the way, are you able to comment on how your reader knew he had a tapeworm, and a large one at that?

Jul 20, 2009
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Tape Worm and Milk Bath
by: Grandma

Hello Eli,

I'm so sorry to hear about your tape worm, it must be awful to experience such a disorder.

Assuming you're going to use a standard bathtub in the U.S. I would recommend at least 3 gallons. Depending on your size and weight. You have to have enough in the tub to cover your knees, most important your entire rectum. Let the milk sit until room temperature, if you use whole milk you can add a quart of hot water to 1 gallon of milk.

I'd suggest you sit for at least 30 to 45 minutes to get results. Some people have had to try this a couple of times before the worm expels. Most important try to relax, read a book or magazine.

Remember this recipe comes from the Amish, they have unlimited access to fresh milk since they have their own dairy cows.


Grandma

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