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Treat Parasitic Infections with Anti-Parasites Siberian Monastery Tea

Parasitic infections are common type of infections caused by parasites which enter or invade the human body and use it to live on. Parasites get the food from the host and can cause disease in humans. People learnt how to treat some parasitic diseases. Some diseases caused by parasites have no cure at all.

Parasitic infections are more common in countryside areas than in cities. The infections from other regions can be passed from travelers or immigrants. The parasitic infections develop easier in people with weak immune system and those who have other conditions.

Most commonly parasites enter the human body with food or water through the mouth or through the skin. The infections can be very serious and harm the general health of a person. The first signs of parasitic infections can be general ill-feeling, diarrhea, fever. Some infections have the unusual symptoms like skin rash, irritation, fatigue.

The diagnosis of the infection is made by taking samples of blood, stool, urine, phlegm, or other infected tissues.

People often get infected when they do not wash their hands adequately after using the toilet. Drinking contaminated water or eating food or living in areas with poor sanitation can increase the chance for parasitic infection.

Today lots of people eat raw sea products and get infections easily. They often live with parasites having no symptoms.

Effective ways to prevent infections are: wash the hands with soap and water, especially after using the toilet, before, during, and after preparing food, before eating food, when caring for a person who is sick, when treating a cut or wound, after caring for an animal.

Parasites can also enter the body through the bites of infected insects. Some parasites enter through the soles of the feet or through the skin when a person swims in water containing the parasites like in some African countries.

A parasitic infection can be suspected in people who have typical symptoms or in people who have travelled in such regions as Africa, South Asia.

The treatment of parasitic infections usually involves using antiparasitic drugs, certain types of antibiotics, certain antifungal medications. Still no single drug is effective against all parasites. Some parasitic infections are very hard to get rid of. So, the prevention of this type of infections is better than the treatment.

Some herbs can help treat parasitic infections very effectively and with no side effects. Today everyone can try absolutely natural ?nti-Parasites Siberian Monastery Tea to prevent and treat parasitic infection.

The herbs in the tea composition combat different parasites, improve immune status of a person, remove parasitic toxins from the body, and normalize the functions of the bodily organs and systems.

The tea normalizes digestive function, improves liver function and reduces the symptoms of infection.

Before application of this tea a person should consult a doctor or a professional herbalist. To get the most benefits from the treatment with this tea, it is essential to complete the full course and drink the tea regularly every day.

The composition of the tea includes the following herbs: calendula (Caléndula), oak (Quércus) bark, peppermint (Méntha piperíta), tansy (Tanacétum), camomile (Matricária) and waterwort (Gnaphálium uliginósum), mugwort (Artemísia absínthium) and milfoil (Achilléa) and some other herbs.

Imipramine antidepressant medicine

Imipramine belongs to the group of tricyclic antidepressants and is a dibenzazepine-derivative TCA. This medicine is indicated for the treatment of various mood conditions like depression and as temporary adjunctive therapy in reducing enuresis in children aged 6 years and older.

Other indications are attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder ADHD, bulimia nervosa, eating disorders, major depressive disorder, neuropathic pain, panic attacks, anxiety and agoraphobia.

Imipramine can be applied in patients with symptoms of panic disorders, acute depressive episodes in bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. It can be used for symptomatic treatment of postherpetic neuralgia.

Unlabeled indications of treatment are: chronic and neuropathic pain such as diabetic neuropathy, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

In all indications either structural or unlabeled the medicine should be taken only with a prescription of a doctor.

The off-label indication of Imipramine in patients with no signs of depression often has a goal to produce sedation.

Patients with symptoms of depression benefit from the treatment as soon as increase of serotonergic neurotransmission occurs due to the actions of Imipramine.

Imipramine is a potent inhibitor of serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake. It also blocks histamine H1 receptors, ?1-adrenergic receptors and muscarinic receptors, which accounts for its sedative, hypotensive and anticholinergic effects. Urinary retention and sedation are due to the direct actions of Imipramine on serotonin reuptake and its anticholinergic effects.

When regularly used, Imipramine can be effective as a prophylaxis of migraine headaches.

The onset of action is observed usually as soon as 2-4 weeks after the medicine is started. The individual response to the treatment differs in patients.

Food can be used with this medicine. Still patients should avoid tea and coffee, and must not use alcohol. Imipramine is for oral administration.

Dose choice for adults and children is made with accordance to various factors.

Adult patients usually receive 1 tablet of Imipramine 25mg up to three times a day with the dose increase to 150-200mg. The increments of the dose should be steady to achieve the result and maintain it during the period of treatment.

Other dose adjustments are possible. Still the doses of 100 mg taken 3 times a day must be regulated and supervised by a caring doctor in clinical conditions.

Adult patients over the age of 60 usually respond to lower doses of this medicine. They are recommended to start with 10mg daily, gradually increasing to 30-50mg.

Children are prescribed Imipramine only for nocturnal enuresis. The medicine should be given right before bedtime. The medicine dose for children should not exceed 75 mg daily.

Contraindicating cases are: hypersensitivity to any of the excipients in the tablets of Imipramine, allergic reactions to any component, serious cardiac arrhythmias, recent myocardial infarction, liver or kidney disease.

Before starting treatment it is advisable to inform a doctor about all other medicines you use. Your doctor may adjust special tests before you begin the treatment.