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TikaHerbs are formulated with the best combination of natural ingredients, from well-known herbs and minerals to help support, maintain, and rebalance your gut microbiome.


Tika Herbs believes and supports the two most important concepts from Hippocrates philosophies, the father of our modern medicine:

“Let the food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food “


“all diseases begin in the gut”


We understand and believe that the health of our body depends of how we feed it and how well the body is able to internally digest, absorb, and eliminate waste . Any imbalance in the function of our digestive system lead to malfunction of other systems in your body. 

The balance of our microbiome  is fundamental in the process of digestion, absorption of nutrients, waste elimination and detoxification of our digestive system.

After extensive research we

 created PARA-CTCleanse to support your Microbiota balance.

When imbalances happen, PARA-CT Cleanse will help to detox your gut by rebalancing and supporting your microbiome so you can start feeling amazing every day from within. 


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PARA-CT Cleanse
Intestinal Parasites Detox formula: Zinc, Cranberry, Garlic,  Apple Pectin, Black Walnut, Carrot, Papaya, Pau D’Arco,  Pumpkin Seed,  Wood Betony, Butternut Bark , Cloves, Wormwood,  Oregon Grape, blueberry, Golden Thread, Goldenseal and Echinacea


PARA-CT Cleanse is our Master Formula to assist parasites elimination. Made with the best well known 18 ingredients:

. Zinc

. Cranberry (11% extract)

. Garlic Extract (1.2% allicin)

. Apple Pectin Powder

. Black Walnut Hull Powder

. Carrot Juice Powder

. Papaya Fruit Powder

. Pau D’Arco Powder

. Pumpkin Seed Wood

. Betony Powder

. Butternut Bark Powder

. Cloves Powder

. Wormwood Powder

. Oregon Grape Root (10:1 extract)

. Blueberry Leaf (22% extract)

. Golden Thread (20% extract)

. Goldenseal (5% extract)

. Echinacea Aungustifolia Powder

 Zinc – Is an essential trace mineral necessary for a healthy immune system. Plays an essential role in numerous biochemical pathways: organ systems, including the integumentary gastro intestinal, central nervous, skeletal and reproductive system.    Helps stimulate more than 100 different enzymes promoting healthy digestion, accelerate wound healing. Is fundamental make strong your immune system, maintain proper oxygenation during parasite detox. Studies show that patients with low zinc are more prone to have parasites.

Cranberry – Have two important functions during parasite Cleanse, first support urinary system which will be one pathway for toxins.

Garlic Extract –Garlic contains so many benefits that there are too many to even list. Garlic has many of these benefits because it is anti-microbial and anti-parasitic.

Apple Pectin – some intestinal parasites cover their self in a thick mucosa membrane, apple pectin act as a mucus dissolver during the Cleanse.

Black Walnut-It is not actually the black walnut, but actually the Hull which contains strong anti-parasitic properties.

Carrot– Carrots contain carotenoids which increases parasite fighting white blood cells that are effective in eliminating the parasites living in the body.   Parasites love to thrive in acidic conditions and it is very important to lower the acidic level of the body in order to eliminate parasites.  Carrots contain potassium which helps to neutralize excess acid. Apart from acting as a parasite cleanse, there are many other benefits, it is very rich in Vitamin A and it is also often referred to as the “gold mine of nutrients”.  It helps improve eyesight and promotes growth of teeth and bones. 

Papaya – Papain is a potent digestive enzyme derivate from Papaya Fruit and seeds, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, “Digestive Enzymes restore your intestinal tract to its normal state, which makes it inhospitable to parasites”.

Pumpkin Seeds –An ingredient that most people throw away, but has been long used to help the body remove parasites. Instead of killing the worms, it paralyzes them so that they cannot latch on.

Pau D’ Arco –A very powerful antioxidant with many health benefits that is used for parasites, yeast, fungal infections, and much more.

Wood Betony – This herb is known for her properties to improves the autonomic innervations of the digestive tract, imparting strength and regularity. Its indicated in weak digestion, pallor, poor assimilation, weak gallbladder reflex and is also proven antimicrobial effect for treat candida and intestinal parasites

Butternut Bark – Butternut bark is also considered a vermifuge due to it's ability to drive out intestinal parasites like tapeworms. The health benefits of butternut bark also extend to treating several different types of skin problems.

Cloves -  eugenol, caryophyllene and tannins which all possess powerful anti-microbial properties. While Cloves are effective at killing malaria, tuberculosis, scabies, viruses, bacteria, candida, and many others. The primary purpose of using cloves is to remove parasite eggs and kill microscopic protozoa. If the parasite is killed, and the eggs remain the parasite will keep getting re infected.

Wormwood –One of the most bitter herbs, It is known to kill several different species of worms including roundworms, hookworms, pinworms and whipworms. Parasites can have strong membranes, and wormwood contains an ingredient called sesquiterpenelactones which weakens them so they become easier to kill.

Oregon Grape Root – As an active anti-parasitic natural remedy, is well known to fight against parasites and infections due to parasites. A study published in the National Institute of Health concluded can be used to completely eradicate parasites in the body and improve gastrointestinal symptoms.

Blueberry leaf – Full of amazingly powerful antioxidant that has great anti-inflammatory abilities, and it also helps with allergies and with type 2 diabetes, work synergically with other herbs to improves immune system and digestion.

Golden Thread – Golden Thread is the powdered rhizome of the plant Coptis chinensis. This herb has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over two thousand years. It contains a number of alkaloids that have been subject to recent research. The most well-known of these alkaloids is berberine.

Much of the following information has been gleaned from textbooks translated from the Chinese. Golden Thread has been used extensively in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders that are of a pathogenic origin It has proven to bean effective antifungal, antibacterial, including h. pylori, antiparasitic, antibiofilm and antiviral herb.

Goldenseal –The many traditional uses of goldenseal and its popularity today can largely be attributed to the natural medicinal qualities it contains such as antibiotic, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. Because of these properties, goldenseal is a very good natural and generally safe option when dealing with a wide variety of health problem.

Echinacea – Echinacea is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family and a common ingredient in cold remedies. Promoters of Echinacea believe that the supplement boosts the immune system and can reduce symptoms of infection sand other illnesses, including the common cold.


PARA-CT Cleanse Master Formula for Intestinal Parasites. Best Formula Available in the US.  Natural Ingredients: Zinc, Oregano, Pumkin, Carrot, Wormwood, Wood Betony, Garlic, Cranberry, Apple Pectin,  Pau D'Arco, Cloves, Goldenseal, Echinacea and more









The balance of our Microbiome is fundamental in the process of digestion, absorption of nutrients, elimination and detoxification of your digestive system, and everything needs to start with a parasites cleanse.

We created .PARA-CT Cleanse. to support your Microbiota balance.



 Zinc . Cranberry .Garlic Extract . Apple Pectin Powder . Black Walnut Hull Powder . Carrot Juice Powder . Papaya Fruit Powder . Pau D’Arco Powder. Pumpkin Seed . Wood Betony Powder . Butternut Bark Powder . Cloves Powder. Wormwood Powder . Oregon Grape Root . Blueberry Leaf . Golden Thread . Goldenseal .Echinacea Aungustifolia Powder

How use .PARA-CT Cleanse.

When herbs are used to support the body from different conditions caution is needed, natural herbs can be too strong and need to be administered with care.

During parasites eliminations the body toxicity levels increase and sometimes flu like symptoms may occur, also known as the Herx reaction. If this is occurs it is recommended the adjustment of .PARA-CT Cleanse. general doses :

Regular Protocol:

2 pills 3 times a day for 10 days (morning – midday- evening) ALWAYS WITH MEALS. NEVER WITH EMPTY STOMACH

· Protocol for clients with Herx reaction:

1 pill 3 times a day for 10 days (morning –midday- evening) ALWAYS WITH MEALS. NEVER WITH EMPTY STOMACH


A good way to relieve those symptoms could be:


· Drink more water with electrolytes

· Enemas for elimination and liver support. (check our BLOG about Enemas).

· Colonics– Colon Hydrotherapy is an amazing therapy to support elimination of toxins and parasites, balance internal PH, and support liver function. (Check our BLOG about Colonics).

· Eliminate carbohydrates and sugar, low fruits, and increase vegetables and natural fiber like Oat Meal, Chia Seeds and Flax Seeds.

· Take activated charcoal.





Bes ttime to start .PARA-CT Cleanse.

This formula can be started at any time, even though parasites are like organisms and do have a reproduction moon cycle, parasites are more active during the full moon. This is because the body naturally decreases the production of melatonin and increases the production of serotonin. Studies have shown that intestinal parasites reproduce more actively with the presence of serotonin.


Check the full moon schedule of the year, start .PARA-CT Cleanse. 4 days before and continue for the complete 10 days protocol.


Parasites Cleanse with complete support: improve Immune system, Detox, Digestion, Microbiome Balance, elimination of intestinal parasites, Best Formula in the Market, help with constipation, gas, bloated, nausea, lack of energy,, poor concentration




Parasites are organisms that require a host (like another organism, animal or human) to be able to live and reproduce. They take advantage of their hosts' “hospitality”, often leaving the host sick and malnourished.



Parasites are organisms that be a part of the earth’s ecosystem, or they can be found almost everywhere. They are commonly found in dirt, animal feces, water, and food (fruits, vegetables and meats).


There are a number of ways to contract a parasite. Through undercooked meat, raw fish, contaminated fruits and vegetables (especially those that are usually eat raw)are common culprits. Walking barefoot or touching a contaminated area, mosquito bite, blood transfusion, and pet contact like saliva or animal feces, etc.

Swimming in lakes, ponds, or creeks can also lead to a parasitic infection. It is also very easy to contract a parasite when handling animals. Some parasites can even enter the body through the bottom of your feet — there is more to it than what you eat!

Once a person is infected with an intestinal parasite, it is easy to pass it along. If there is an intestinal parasite and hands are not washed after using the restroom, these tiny parasite eggs can be passed along onto anything that is touch — the door handle, a phone, or other people.




Some parasites can be “friendly” and have an interchange relationship with their host, that interchange is called a symbiotic relationship. A good symbiotic relationship in humans is the mutualism, where the friendly microorganisms that make up the intestinal microbiome or intestinal flora both benefit from each other.

When humans become infected with parasites the invader or the parasite is the only one who receives the benefits. That relationship is called a parasitic relationship, unfortunately the human only gets diseases, and the severity of the conditions depends on the type of parasite.

Parasites like Salmonella grow quickly and raise symptoms fast, which makes them easy to detect, diagnose and treat.

Most intestinal parasites do not raise symptoms fast, and those could be different in each human being, that is why their diagnosis is complicated.

Human parasites live in different parts of our body, such as the blood, lungs, skin, but mostly in our gut. The human gut is a highly complex ecosystem with an extensive microbial community, and the influence of the intestinal microbiota reaches the entire organism of the host. For example, the microbiome regulates fat storage, stimulates or renews epithelial cells, and influences the development and maturation of the brain and the immune system. Intestinal microbes can protect against an infection by pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. Hence, the maintenance of homeostasis between the gut microbiota and the rest of the body is crucial for health, with dysbiosis affecting disease.

When human intestinal bacterial dysbiosis occurs, it creates a better environment for unfriendly microorganisms. Including fast parasite growth in our body which becomes a health issue. The body mainly produces a lot of toxicity and takes the body’s nutrients, imagine a big group of organisms eating the body’s food, reproduces, and eliminates waste inside of an organism.




Pinworm Parasites (Enterobiusvermmicularis)

The most common worm in the United States, and is the most prevalent in children. Transmission occurs through contaminated food, water, and hust dust - as well as human-to-human contact. The adult female pinworm moves outside the anus to lay eggs. Children can easily transmit the worms to the entire family through the bathtub, toilet seat, and bedclothes. Perianal itching is the most classic pinworm symptom. But these little quarter-inch mobile worms that resemble threads have been connected to an enormous range of neurological and behavioral symptoms. In a ten-year study of over 2000 cases of children with pinworms, it was documented seemingly unrelated symptoms which had previously not been associated with this parasitic infection.

Roundworm Parasites (Ascarislumbricoides)

Another most common intestinal parasite in the world is the large roundworm known as Ascaris lumbricoides. Approximately 1 billion people are infected with Ascaris. The worm resembles the common earthworm in appearance and is spread directly to humans from soil or contaminated food. Once the worms develop in the human system, they can pass through the liver and lungs, where they create severe tissue irritation and allergic reactions. Adult worms can travel through the body and end up almost anywhere, including the liver, heart and lungs. They canal so create intestinal obstruction when present in large enough numbers. Symptoms can include nervousness, colic, poor appetite, fatigue, allergic reactions, coughing, wheezing, and a number of other reactions. Food cravings and malnutrition in children is characteristic of heavy Ascaris infections because the worms compete with the human host for food. Ascaris inhibits absorption of proteins, carbohydrates, and fat-soluble vitamins.

Hookworm Parasites (Necator americanus,Ancyclostoma duodenal)

Hookworm larvae are found in warm, moist soil. They can enter the body by directly penetrating the skin. Hookworms travel through the bloodstream to the lungs, into the alveoli, and up the trachea to the throat - where they are swallowed and end up in their desired habitat, the small intestines. When the larvae passthrough the lungs, bronchitis may sometimes develop. The teeth-like hooks of the larvae attach to the intestinal mucosa and rob the body of large amounts of blood. Found worldwide, hookworms are very prevalent in a wide variety of geographical locations and topologies. Common symptoms may include itchiness, nausea, dizziness, pneumonitis, anorexia, weight-loss, weight-gain, and anemia. A single worm can live up to 15 years in the human body.

Trichinella Parasites (Trichinellaspiralis)

Just about any symptom known to man can be caused by the various stages of trichinosis infection, which can masquerade as at least fifty more familiar diseases ranging from flu to generalized and specific aches and pains. Most roundworms are transmitted through contaminated soils, but the small spiral-shaped trichinella found in pork is the exception. These tiny roundworms can become enclosed in a cyst inside the muscles of pigs. If pork is eaten and not thoroughly cooked, the cysts are dissolved by the human host's digestive juices, and the worms mature and travel to the muscles, where they become encased. Eventually the worms can burrow throughout the entire body.

Beef Tapeworm Parasites (Taenia saginata)

Beef Tapeworm can be ingested from raw or undercooked beef (rare or medium rare).Despite its size, several feet long, the beef tapeworm does not produce severe symptoms in its human host - but still performs a negative function in the body. It is composed of 1000 to 2000 segment strands, known as proglottid, which contains both male and female reproductive organs. Tapeworms thrive on the diet of the host for their carbohydrates, but utilize the tissues of the host for proteins. Beef tapeworms have a life span in the intestine of twenty to twenty-five years. Symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal cramping, nervousness, nausea, loss of appetite, and/or food cravings are possible.

Pork Tapeworm Parasites (Taenia solium)

Pork Tapeworm is similar to beef tapeworm but is shorter, with less than 1000 proglottids. Pork tapeworm infects man through the eating of infested undercooked pork such as fresh or smoked ham or sausage. Unlike the beef tapeworm, pork tapeworm infection is usually caused by multiple worms rather than just one. The larva stage develops in the muscle, spreads through the central nervous system into other tissues and organs, and finally hooks onto the upper small intestine. Pork tapeworm causes great harm to the human host when the immature larvae invade the muscle, heart, eyes, or brain. The larval migration of pork tapeworm represents the most dangerous infection of all the tapeworms. In the brain, the worms can create a condition known as cysticercosis, which can produce seizures and brain deterioration.

Fish Tapeworm Parasites (Diphyllobothriumlatum)

The largest parasite found in humans, a fish tapeworm has up to 4000 proglottids(the worm's primary body). It can be contracted by eating raw or lightly cooked freshwater or certain migratory species of fish, such as Alaskan salmon, perch, pike, pickerel, and turbot. In the human intestine, a fish tapeworm can consume 80 to 100 percent of the host's vitamin B12. A vitamin B12 deficiency or pernicious anemia is a most debilitating effect. Digestive disturbances -including pain, fullness in the upper abdomen, and nausea - are common symptoms.

Liver Fluke Parasites (Clonorchissinensis)

The liver fluke is transmitted through the ingestion of raw, dried, salted, pickled, or undercooked fish. Snails, carp, and over 40 additional species offish have been known to be intermediate hosts to this fluke. In the human, it inhabits the bile ducts of the liver, causing the liver to become enlarged and tender. It can also cause inflammation, chills, fever, jaundice, and a type of hepatitis.

Blood Fluke Parasites (Schistosomamansoni)

Freshwater snails play intermediate host in the life cycle development of the blood fluke. The snails release larvae into water, where the larvae can directly penetrate the skin of humans or fish in contaminated rivers or streams. The parasite burrows into the skin and is carried through the bloodstream to the veins of the liver, intestines, or bladder. Inflammation can occur when the worms lodge in the lining of the intestine or liver. Additionally, the bladder and urinary tract can become infected by worms lodged in the walls of the bladder.



Some Parasitic Infections in humans happens very quick making us very sick like for example Salmonella which is a intracellular parasite, or

Diagnosis of Intestinal Parasites could be tricky, especially in early growth states. Intestinal parasites live mostly in your small intestine which is around 23feet long, that the area of your digestive system where digestion happens, that’s mean is the perfect environment for unfriendly commensal lives, warm temperature for laid and hatch their eggs, damp and comfy to make their homes and fresh food available the whole day!!!!

Conventional Test:

· A fecal(stool) exam, also called an ova and parasite test (O&P)   - Most of the time is not accurate for all kind of Intestinal parasites because the test looks for parasites eggs in the stools, intestinal parasites usually lives in the small intestine, they like fresh food and warm low acid environment… and feces coming from your large intestine, need to be very lucky or over infestation  to be able to find the eggs in the stools.

· Endoscopy/Colonoscopy– Both tests need to be done with sedation, The Dr. usually a gastroenterologist, introduce a camera to look in you stomach or large intestine a parasites presence, this test is more accurate specially if you have Helicobacter Pylori in your stomach creating gastritis or overgrowth of intestinal parasites and they already migrate from the small intestine in to the large one, but remember most of the Intestinal parasites lives in your small intestine.

· Blood tests – Some parasites live in you blood, or stay in your blood during the first stage after be infected, before the migrate to other organs. Blood test may be accurate.

· X-ray, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan, Computerized Axial Tomography scan (CAT)– this test work very well to diagnose Intestinal Parasites.

Non-conventional Test

· Quantum Bio-Resonance – This testing system is very accurate, work with the detection of the unique Bio-resonance of each organism in the human body, a good Bio-Resonance system can also detect in which part of your body you have parasitic activity.



Did you find yourself any time in your life with health issues and symptoms which are almost impossible diagnosed by your Doctor? You did blood test, stools test, X-ray, etc. and never found anything, and you back home starting thinking that you all your symptoms are in your head(imagination) and never exist?

Are eat balance and don’t know why but you getting extra pounds, and doesn’t matter how much you exercise, and can’t lose weight?

These are common signs that you may be infected with a parasite:


Changes in appetite Headaches Poor memory, Brain fog Unintentional weight loss Overweigh happens in short period of time even if you eat educate portions of balanced food. Allergies Nutrient deficiencies Cravings, especially starches and sugars. Leaky gut syndrome

•If you have Constipation, Diarrhea or IBS

• Dysentery (loose stools containing blood and mucus)

• Gas and/or Bloating

• Vomiting and/or Nausea

• Stomach pain or tenderness

• If you traveled and ever had traveler’s diarrhea

• If you had food poisoning and your digestion hasn’t been the same since.

• If you have difficulties falling asleep, and do not get good sleep.

• Skin irritations, hives, rosacea, eczema, or unexplained rashes.

• Rash or itching around the Rectum or vulva.

• Teeth grinding while sleeping.

• Aches and Pains in your muscles and joints.

• Experiencing fatigue, exhaustion, depression, mood changes, tiredness or frequent feelings of apathy.

• Never being satisfied after meals and feel always hungry.

• Unexplained weight loss.

• If you’ve ever been diagnosed with iron-deficiency anemia, lack of vitamin B or zinc.

• If you’ve passed a worm in your stool.

I being dealing with intestinal parasites for years. tried different products with no too much improvement. PARA-CT Cleanse really works.

Connie Tischler

I never have a real diagnostic about intestinal parasites, but I had many symptoms related to them, so I choose to give a try and do a Parasite Cleanse from Tika Herbs and I feel Amazing!

Stacy - Florida



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