Sharkman Parasite Protocol

About Sharkman Parasite Protocol

Vinnie, a.k.a. “Sharkman,” survived a hyperinflation of strongyloidiasis with the help of his mother, an unlicensed farm veterinarian, after being told that he had a slim chance of survival by the doctors of the Mayo Clinic. Under the supervision of the doctors of the Mayo Clinic, his mother designed a treatment using scientifically tested antiparasitic medications based on how she would treat any other infected living creature with that condition using her veterinarian knowledge. Hundreds of people have now utilized this protocol to eliminate parasite infections, which the Medical community had said there was no hope of treating.

Fenbendazole, Ivermectin, and Doxycycline are the primary meds during induction. Moxidectin is used during the maintenance stage. Mebendazole, and to a lesser degree, Thiambendazole or Albendazole, can be used instead of Fenbendazole.

Fenbendazole is the easiest to tolerate for long-term use, followed by Mebendazole. Thiabendazole and Albendazole produce harsh side effects when used for the long term and are not ideal replacements for Fenbendazole.

Children or sensitive adults can take amoxicillin in place of Doxycycline. Adults can also take Bactrim and other “cyclines” instead of Doxycycline.

The ideal medications are Fenbendazole, Doxycycline, Ivermectin, and, during the maintenance stage, moxidectin. The alternatives outlined in the protocol are for use when allergy or other adverse reactions occur from the primary medications and should not be considered perfect supplements.

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