• Anthelmintic.
  • Antibiotic.
  • Emmenagogue.
  • Expectorant.
  • Carminative.
  • Easily penetrates the brain and bone marrow to combat parasites in these organs.
  • Attacks parasite larvae.
  • Highly toxic for cancer cells, but not for healthy cells (it is selective).
  • The Chinese used it to fight the malaria parasite.
  • Attacks the intermediate phases of Fasciolopsis buski, which produce tumor growth factor.
  • When in contact with cellular iron, it produces a chemical reaction that releases free radicals that break the cell membranes. Remember that the parasite has high quantities of iron. Also, cancer needs a large amount of iron to replicate its DNA when it divides, and this is the reason that wormwood works as an anti-tumor agent (a breast cancer cell contains around 15 times more transferrin than a healthy cell).
  • Very good results in leukemia, especially due to the extremely high level of iron contained in cells infected with this disease.


  • In parasite removal programs.


  • Up to 9 capsules per day