Parasites and a Mystery Disease: Unusual Case from Sweden

by | Sep 5, 2017 | Acupuncture Meridian Assessment, Parasites/Fungi

Many of us have parasite problems during our lifetimes, whether we live in California, Missouri, Africa, Australia, India, China or Sweden. I just saw a 24-year-old young woman from Stockholm, Sweden with parasite problems. She was banned by the Swedish Emergency Medical department after eight ER visits for unexplainable weird medical and neurological symptoms.

She had partial facial paralysis with a right face droop, difficulty walking, severe fatigue, heart pain, constipation/diarrhea, bloating and crawling sensations on her skin after she had HPV vaccination in Sweden at age 20. Initially, doctors thought she might have multiple sclerosis (MS), but later ruled it out. She was told to see a psychiatrist for psychiatric evaluation.

There is a small network of ordinary people suffering from parasite problems, outcast, abandoned by the traditional medical community. They find and support each other through the internet. She felt she was dying, flew from Sweden to Kentucky, and drove to St. Louis with financial help from an adopted network of family, led by a former IBM IT engineer. They are like an underground, clandestine support group. They explore treatments through unconventional means and methods when nothing else worked.

She had already been treated with two parasite medications for a few days, and her skin had returned back to normal from gray. Because she had already been treated with medications, initially I could not detect parasite movement. I had to use a more advanced “Enhanced Interrogation Technique” based on acupuncture meridian assessment to unmask deeply embedded parasites in the large intestine, small intestine, liver, and gallbladder meridians. She will be on a trial of triple parasite medications, Ivermectin, levamisole and praziquantel, for two rounds without any promises or guarantee for the outcome. Her neurological symptoms were coming from a disturbance of the gallbladder meridian. Read, Medical Acupuncture on Gallbladder Meridian: Therapeutic Illusion of IBS and Autism.

I wrote of my experiences as a US Army Reserve medical officer in Bolivia, treating everybody at a field clinic with parasite medications in my book, Accidental Cure: Extraordinary Medicine for Extraordinary Patients. If we do not change the biological terrain, and improve living conditions with better sanitation and water/food supply, we will get parasites again and again. Parasites are a big reason why many people are sick, and are not responding to standard medical care. I have written many articles on this subject, and given many lectures in different countries.

The evolution of parasitic relationships is another interesting topic. Parasites have their own groups of parasites in turn, which have been adapting to the rapidly changing modern toxic environment, and evolving at a faster rate than we can adapt. Parasites bring protozoa, intracellular parasites, bacteria, viruses, and fungi. They also serve as hosts, and create their own parasitic relationships both up and down the “food chain.” They became the top of the food chain, not us.

My patient recently e-mailed me that there is a Parasite Summit coming up on September 11-18, 2017 sponsored by a chiropractor, Dr. Jay Davidson. She thought I should participate in the summit as I have been writing and giving lectures on parasites for many years. I told her that I was already invited to give a talk on Skype for the Parasite Summit, but I declined. I never felt comfortable talking on the Internet, Skype, phone or radio. I would rather write as a means to communicate. Webinars, Twitter and Facebook are not in my comfort zone.

Initially, I felt uncomfortable with the idea of the Parasite Summit. It sounded pretentious to call it a summit. But I have decided to promote it to help spread public awareness about the role of parasites as missing links for mysterious chronic illnesses. Let these twenty plus speakers share their unique experiences and stories.

The list of the speakers includes: Jay Davidson, DC, Raphael d’Angelo, MD, Evan Brand, BCHN, Nick Ellenson, DC, Sarah Ballantyne, Ph.D., Anh Nguyen, PharmD, Connie Strasheim, Author, Todd Watts, DC, David Jockers, DC, Gerry Curatola, DDS, Ann Louis Gittleman, Ph.D., Christine Schaffner, ND, Trina Hammack, FDN, Amy Haynes, ND, Jordan Rubin, Amy Myers, MD, Brad Gorski, DC, Robby Besner, Raj Banerjee, DC, Shayne Morris, Ph.D., Jack Tips, Ph.D.,  Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, Puja Wentworth, DC and Wendy Myers, FDN-P.

One of the notable speakers is Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, Ph.D. on the topic, “Why are parasites commonly overlooked?” I have collaborated with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt on this topic for many years. According to Dr. Klinghardt, if you clean out parasites aggressively in the beginning, it is much easier to treat Lyme disease or autism.  I do not specialize in Lyme or autism, but I have seen many miraculous responses once you get a good handle on parasites, fungi and hidden dental problems. If you are interested in learning about topics related to parasites, register for the Parasite Summit.

To learn more, you may also enjoy the many articles I wrote on parasites. Some of my favorites are:

Fungus, Parasites, and Dental Conundrum

Parasites and Allergies: Paradise Lost in a Parallel Universe

Parasites and Mental Illness: Delusions of Parasitosis

Parasites and Mind Control

Parasites Down Under from this Wormy World

Parasites Follow Money: Disease Follows Money

Parasite Guy on UFO and FUO: Aliens and Parasites

Parasites, Inflammation and Cancer: Ring of Fire Feeding Tumor Cells

Parasites Speak Many Languages

Quarantine Iowa: Global Whining on Parasites

One of my patients hacked her own health problems, read Parasite Treatment Hacked by an MIT Engineer.  She has developed her own website to help spread the word and educate others at

In addition, I invite you to register for my upcoming Tenth International Alternative Medical Conference, “Curing the Incurables: Fungus, Parasites and Dental Conundrum,” Sept. 29th – Oct. 1st in St. Louis, MO. It is designed for health professionals, and patients are also welcome to attend.