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Parasite 1 Test Kit

The energy patterns of tapeworms, pinworms, roundworms and liver flukes.
31 vials.

Parasite 1 Test Kit

Ref: 8038

£36.40

 

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  • Detailed Description

    The energy patterns of tapeworms, pinworms, roundworms and liver flukes. 31 vials, suitable for use in energy work by practitioners of MORA, EAV, Bicom, kinesiology, naturopathy, etc.


    PA 1    Ancylostoma Caninum   
    Hookworm   
    Damage to intestinal walls, anemia, itchy skin, dizziness, pneumonitis, anorexia. Tropical parasite; usual host is dogs.

    PA 2    Ancylostoma, Egg   
    Hookworm       
    Tropical parasite; picked up from working barefoot amongst faeces or eating contaminated food.

    PA 3    Ancylostoma, Female   
    Hookworm       
    Tropical parasite; picked up from working barefoot amongst faeces or eating contaminated food.

    PA 4    Ascaris, Female   
    Human Roundworm    
    Sometimes asymptomatic; urticaria; mild to acute colicky pain with distension; reduced appetite; larvae in lungs can provoke pneumonia.    The most common worm infection worldwide, particularly in developing countries; commonly found in dogs and cats.

    PA 5    Ascaris, Male   
    Human Roundworm    
    Sometimes asymptomatic; urticaria; mild to acute colicky pain with distension; reduced appetite; larvae in lungs can provoke pneumonia.    The most common worm infection worldwide, particularly in developing countries; commonly found in cats and dogs

    PA 6    Cimex   
    Bed Bug   
    Itchy, painful bites which can lead to bacterial infection.    Lives in plaster, walls, furniture, bed frames.

    PA 7    Clonorchis Sinensis   
    Human  Oriental Liver Fluke   
    Chronic liver disease; death if left untreated.    Widespread in china, japan, Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam; via domestic dogs and cats.

    PA 8    Culex Imago, Female   
    Gnat/ Mosquito
           
    PA 9    Dipylidium, Scolex Mature & Gravid Proglottides   
    Tapeworm       
    Grows in segments; the end can be uterus packed with eggs.

    PA 10    Echinococcus Granulosus   
    Tapeworm   
    Affects liver, lungs, brain and bones.    From sheep and cattle

    PA 11    Enterobius Vermicularis   
    Pinworm/Threadworm   
    Often cause itching of the anus; may provoke appendicitis.The most common worm infection in UK; lives in upper part of large intestine; children particularly affected.

    PA 12    Fasciola
    Liver Fluke   
       
    PA 13    Fasciola, Cercaria   
    Liver Fluke
    Mainly lives in liver of sheep.

    PA 14    Fasciola, Egg   
    Liver Fluke
    Mainly in liver of sheep.

    PA 15    Fasciola, Redia
    Liver Fluke   
       
    PA 16    Necator Americanus, Eggs   
    Hookworm   
    Symptoms can include coughing and wheezing, but may be asymptomatic. Common infection in the Americas, sub-Saharan Africa, south Asia and the pacific.

    PA 17    Onchocerca Volvulus   
    Filarial Worm   
    Asymptomatic until worm dies when causes inflammation and itching. Predominantly Africa, but also South America and Yemen.

    PA 18    Paragonimus Westermani,Eggs   
    Lung  Fluke   
    Coughing, chest pains, fever, night sweats.Most important lung fluke affecting humans, widespread in the far east and SE Asia.

    PA 19    Pediculus Humanus Capitis   
    Head Louse/ Head Lice   
    Itching    Can spread other diseases such as typhus and trench fever.

    PA 20    Schistosoma Mansoni, Adult Female   
    Blood Fluke       
    Common tropical fluke, responsible for bilharzia, found in Africa, parts of S. America, the Caribbean and Arabia.

    PA 21    Schistosoma Mansoni, Cercariae   
    Blood Fluke       
    Common tropical fluke, responsible for bilharzia, found in Africa, parts of S. America, the Caribbean and Arabia.

    PA 22    Schistosoma Mansoni, Egg   
    Blood Fluke       
    Common tropical fluke, responsible for bilharzia, found in Africa, parts of S. America, the Caribbean and Arabia.

    PA 23    Schistosoma Mansoni, Miracidia   
    Blood Fluke       
    Common tropical fluke, responsible for bilharzia, found in Africa, parts of S. America, the Caribbean and Arabia.

    PA 24    Taenia, Scolex   
    Tapeworm   
    Hunger, weakness, weight loss.    From eating uncooked meat; common in tropical countries.
    PA 25    Taenia, Scolex Immature, Mature & Gravid Proglottids    Tapeworm    Hunger, weakness, weight loss.    From eating uncooked meat; common in tropical countries.

    PA 26    Trichinella Spiralis, Encysted Larvae   
    Intestinal Nematode/ Pork-Worm    Abdominal pain and diarrhoea followed by muscle and joint pain and fever    Found in Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and the arctic, main sources are undercooked pork and wild meat.

    PA 27    Trichinella Spiralis,Female   
    Intestinal Nematode/ Pork-Worm    Abdominal pain and diarrhoea followed by muscle and joint pain and fever    Found in Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and the arctic, main sources are undercooked pork and wild meat.

    PA 28    Trichinella Spiralis,Male   
    Intestinal Nematode/ Pork-Worm    Abdominal pain and diarrhoea followed by muscle and joint pain and fever    Found in Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and the arctic, main sources are undercooked pork and wild meat.

    PA 29    Trichuris Trichiura   
    Whipworm   
    Asymptomatic  but can cause dysentery-like illness. World-wide distribution.

    PA 30    Trichuris Trichiura,Egg   
    Whipworm   
    Asymptomatic  but can cause dysentery-like illness. World-wide distribution.

    PA 31    Xenopsylla Cheopsis   
    Rat Flea       
    Transmits plague, typhus and two tape worms.
     

     

  • Comments

    Parasite: “any organism living in or on any other living creature and deriving advantage from doing so, while causing disadvantage to the host” 
    BMA Complete Family Health Encyclopaedia


    Parasites are commonly acquired by eating contaminated meat, swallowing eggs on food, contaminating fingers with faecal material or through contact with infected water.

    Categories of parasites
    Parasites are divided into the following categories:

    1.    flatworms (also called platyhelminths)


    a)    tapeworms (also called cestodes)
    b)    flukes (also called trematodes)


    2.    roundworms


    a)    threadworms
    b)    pinworms
    c)    hookworms

     

    Life stages


    Roundworms: egg >  larva > adult
    Tapeworms: egg > larva > encased by body in a cyst > adult
    Fluke: egg > miracidia > redia > cercaria > metacercaria > adult


    Scolex = part of tapeworm attached by suckers and hooks to gut wall of host; sometimes called head
    Proglottides = segment-like units of the tapeworm body which, when mature, leave the gut of the primary host in the faeces; they are budded off from the scolex

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