Tapeworm and Raw Milk

by Shelley Lesar
(Roseville,CA, USA)

I would like to try this as I have been diagnosed with a tapeworm on saliva testing.


Should the milk be warm or should it be right out of the container. It is winter and it will be pretty cold sitting in cold milk. Shall I use it at room temperature? Will it spoil sitting out to get warm?

Thank you
Shelley

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Feb 07, 2011
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Milk & Tapeworm
by: Grandma

Hi Shelley,

You really don't need raw milk, but if you can get it that's good. But make sure you do have whole milk, no 2% or skim. You're going to need at least a gallon or two, depending on where you plan on soaking. Let the milk set out until it's room temperature. You don't want it to sour but letting it sit until room temperature will be OK. You can mix the whole milk with a gallon of hot water, it's important to make sure when you are soaking that the milk covers the entire rectum area. And Relax, that's the hardest part when you start feeling the tapeworm come out.

Grandma

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