How long for OTC meds to work?

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I'm using the Reese's meds and wondering how long it should take to notice if it is working or not.

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    It won't work. I tried 6 bottles in 1month due to desperation. The worms came out black as if Reese burnt them .it kills worms but not eggs.
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      Hi,

      I forgot to explain my regimen. I am using probiotics, garlic capsules and garlic cloves. I also have a parasite tincture, as well as neem and dimacetous earth.

      I do not know how to use the de or neem so it hasn't been administered yet

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      Nothing kills eggs. Those buggers literally needs hard poison to die. I believe Reese gives them powers because I noticed the eggs hatched faster and the worms were more aggressive quicker. I did garlinase and probiotics 10,000 live active cultures from trader joes. I tried everything apart from the mebendazole and vermox my Dr. Prescribed. Try EPAZOTE google it I promise it will work just don't forget to update us on your results when you do try it smile
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    I heeded your advice ,but unfortunately wasnt able to find any epazote locally
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    I hope you don't pass the pins to baby. American Drs. Don't seem to know much about parasites and how they work so I guess consulting one won't be of much help.
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      Well today I ordered some Epazote online. It should be here within 2 days!

      So currently I am using Diatecomous Earth, Wormwood, Black walnut, cassias, clove, ginger root tea, colon cleanse, intestinal cleanse, garlic , probiotics and neem leaf.

       

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