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Para 90 90 Vegan Capsules

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    Para 90 90 Vegan Capsules

    Availability: In stock

    • Parasite cleanse
    • Helps maintain digestive health
    • Intestinal cleanser

    Product Overview

    • Para 90 combines several effective herbs and bromelain, a digestive enzyme, to provide a parasite cleanse in a dietary supplement.
    • How is Para 90 Unique?

    • • Thoroughly cleanse your body with 12 cleansing herbs, one extract, and one digestive enzyme.
    • • Herbalists have validated the formula for Para 90.
    • • Each canister contains 90 vegan capsules.
    • • AIM Members have been using the product for more than 23 years, proving to be safe and beneficial.
    • Approach

    • Parasites are not just a concern for tourists visiting North America. They're also an issue in the United States, where more than one million people contact them every year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the USA conducted a nationwide poll that showed one in every six persons selected at random had at least one parasite.
    • Parasites may enter your body in a variety of ways:

    • • While you eat or drink something
    • • Mosquitoes and sand flies, for example, are disease-carrying organisms that can spread parasites through their bites.
    • • Having sex or intercourse
    • • They can be spread via the skin, respiratory tract, and nose. They may also be carried by household pets and livestock and can travel internationally.


    • Organisms of different species that are closely associated with one another form a symbiotic relationship in which at least one organism benefits from the interaction. We see three different types of symbiotic relationships between interacting organisms: mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. Mutualistic symbiosis is beneficial to both parties. The connection between flowers and bees is one such example. Flowers are pollinated by bees, who feed on pollen to produce honey. This symbiotic relationship benefits both flowers and bees.
    • A commensal relationship occurs when one organism profits while the other is unaffected. The association between birds and trees is an excellent illustration of this. Birds frequently dwell in tree hollows or utilize trees as nests. However, the trees do not benefit from or need interaction and provide refuge and protection for the birds. Finally, only one creature benefits while causing harm to the other in a parasitic relationship. The connection between ticks and canines is an example. Ticks benefit from consuming dog blood, but dogs can get tick-borne illnesses and lose blood due to tick penetration.
    • Parasites are creatures that grow, feed, and dwell on or in other living organisms known as ""hosts."" Parasites are divided into protozoans (one-celled animals) and helminths (worms). Parasites can be transferred from one species to another and between animals and humans. Parasites are larger than bacteria and viruses; however, they are generally tiny enough that you cannot detect them without a microscope. Worms can grow rather large, and they may be seen with the naked eye. Parasites dwell within our bodies, organs, and tissues, which is frequently harmful. Many germs may infect your gastrointestinal tract, and they can all cause gastric illness. They are excreted in the feces at some point.
    • What’s Next?

    • A variety of medical tests may be done to determine whether you have parasites. Stool analyses, blood testing, tissue swabs, and others are some of the tests that might be performed. However, parasites can be found in tissues, organs, and blood, yet they won't be detected in feces. Parasite eggs are only occasionally found in the feces. Even if you don't think you have parasites, there are a few simple precautions you may take to avoid infection.
    • Herbs

    • All the herbs, including those in Para 90, have beneficial effects. Garlic, for example, is effective against amoeba and hookworm, while pumpkin seed is helpful against tapeworm. Traditional medicine has used black walnut for almost 180 years.
    • Other AIM Options

    • AIM PrepZymes® contains digestive enzymes, which will help to properly digest food, decreasing the risk of toxins causing problems. The AIM Herbal Fiberblend® has fiber and herbs that aid in cleansing the colon. Probiotics will recolonize and create an unfriendly environment for parasites in the intestines, such as the beneficial microorganisms in AIM FloraFood®.
    • Dietary Changes and Precautions

    • Avoid eating unpasteurized dairy products and foods from questionable sources. Even undercooked meat, fish, and poultry may cause illnesses. Do not drink stream water when camping.
    • Pet Care

    • When caring for your pet, ensure that it is dewormed regularly and maintained in excellent condition.


    • • It is recommended that you use Para 90 every three months for cleansing.
    • • Adults take 1 to 3 capsules three times per day for 30 days. Can be taken with or without meals.
    • • Do not use Para 90 if you are pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children.
    • • Children, the elderly, and those who have ulcers or have had a colostomy should consult a health care practitioner before use. • Close tightly after opening and store in a cool, dry, dark place: 70-75 °F (20-24 °C). Do not refrigerate.

    Questions & Answers (4)

    Submit your question about this product to our talented team of Customer Care Representatives, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible!

    Q Is there anyone who should not use Para 90?

    A Pregnant or nursing women should not use Para 90. Very frail elderly people, children and those who have ulcers, colitis or have had a colostomy should consult a health care practitioner.

    Q What else can I do to help the cleansing?

    A Many people recommend using a probiotic such as FloraFood to recolonize the intestinal tract after using Para 90. Others take Para 90 in conjunction with Herbal Fiberblend. Digestive enzymes such as PrepZymes are also beneficial.

    Q If I have been taking Herbal Fiberblend, do I need Para 90?

    A Herbal Fiberblend does have a cleansing effect, but isn’t quite as effective as Para 90. If you have been taking Herbal Fiberblend, you probably have fewer problems with parasites.

    Q How do I know whether Para 90 is working? Will I experience any side effects or detoxification symptoms?

    A Most people look for parasites in their stools, and many do see them; however, not everyone does. Positive signs include a poking sensation in the abdomen and itchy or crawling sensations on the skin. You should remember that in the process of cleansing, there may be some discomfort; parasites are not easily dislodged. Some users experience breakouts on their skin, and others feel nauseated or somewhat tired. You may also notice increased bowel movements, looser stools and more frequent urination.