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SCENAR and parasitic diseases

Sergey Valentinovich Aleshin | 4.07.2003

Speaking of parasitic diseases, it is worth mentioning statistic data first.

Official statistic data in our country are under wraps. Not because someone makes top secrete of this, but due to extremely poor and out-of-date diagnostic facilities used to reveal parasitic invasion. Foreign statistic data are too distressing, in spite of the rather understated figures it provides. According to “The Guinness Book of World Records”, 25% of people were affected by ascariasis by 2000.

N. Semenova considered parasites as main source of all health problems. According to her observations and “Vega-test” (vegetative resonance test) data, we have minimum 3–4 or sometimes even 20 species of helminthic invasions in each human body. I think the actual situation is somewhat between the foreign statistic data and Semenova's concept, but still closer to the latter.

From my own experience I can say that at least 75% of patients I treat have some parasitic disease. Such conditions occur irrespective of age, material well-being, social status, or anthropometric factors. Only the way of living may influence this: for example, people, regularly drinking alcohol, are very rarely affected by helminthic invasions (though not all of them, only those who have lost stress reaction due to alcohol action). In fact, even 90% of patients often suffer from more than one parasitic condition. That means, nearly every patient having serious disorder, is also affected by parasitic invasion.

SCENAR directly concerns treatment of parasitosis.

SCENAR-action promotes environment impossible for helminthes existence.

SCENAR proved its effect in treating diseases caused by Nematodes: ascariasis, enterobiasis, trichocephaliasis, ankylostomiasis, and strongyloidiasis. According to current data, SCENAR-therapy provides dehelminthic effect in about 40–50% of cases, as monotherapy. That is why, patients diagnosed helminthiasis are usually prescribed Vermox or tansy. The effect of treatment is estimated after 5 procedures by Voll's method or “Vega-test”. Vermox is easier to use — 2 tabletes per 70 kg of weight during 3 days, pleasant taste, does not require time for preparing it. But it produces more toxic effect (especially upon liver) than tansy, though this is not mentioned in instructions on use. Vermox should not be administered to children under one. Tansy provides the same anthelminthic effect, plus a number of other useful healthy effects. The only disadvantage — needs time for preparation (which is simple) and has bitter taste.

As for tapeworms (cestodiasis) affection which makes up about 30%, SCENAR-therapy used according to standard methods of treatment during 10–14 days was practically ineffective, as well as Vermox and tansy. Drugs prescribed for elimination of tapeworms are often more dangerous than the disease. With no positive changes in the affected small intestine during the course of SCENAR-therapy, in addition to usual treatment, one glass of pumpkin seeds during 3–5 days on an empty stomach is recommended.

On the whole, dehelminthization process goes better in patients doing cleansing procedures (enema) and following the proper method of treatment (first of all — diet excluding simple carbohydrates, such as chocolate, confectionery, etc.).

SCENAR-therapy allows to naturally reduce the dosage of anthelminthics, which, in its turn, improves the effect of SCENAR-therapy.

Using or not using medications depends on treatment tactics. If you can administer complete course of therapy (e. g. have enough time to conduct repeated course if needed) medications should not be used to provide self-regulation formation. If the patient is contraindicated using medications, SCENAR-therapy should be conducted together with cleansing actions.

No anthelminthic medication should be given during pregnancy.

Sergey Valentinovich Aleshin
“SCENAR+” Centre of intensive recovery of health, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Translated by Elena Khatkova “LET Medical”