Dr. Clark’s Parasite Pictures

These are actual pictures – Not microscope images.
Images of parasites from recent American patients of Hulda Clark, Ph.D.
Dr. Clark has found the Liver Cleanse is the best way to get the parasites out undamaged enough so they can be identified.




Disintegrated tapeworm looks like a pile of porridge, grey or beige, slightly rubbery. Dark spots are debris.

 






More growing larval stages of Macra, snow white.

 







Three 2-cm buski’s appeared after a liver cleanse, flattened and dehydrated by the action of the Epsom salts.

 






Cysticercus stages of a cat tapeworm, Hymenolepis, look like unripe squash seeds.

 






E. recurvatum (spear shaped), red Fasciola (F), red wispy Acanthocephala (A) and several unidentified

 






Older larvae of Macra are black on one side, snow white on the other. Black debris at bottom shows floating white specks of tiniest larvae.

 






Varieties of tapeworm proglottids draw themselves tight at one or both ends. Glove-like shape is damaged.

 






Larger box-shaped segments are tapeworm proglottids, not yet identified.

 






Human liver fluke, Clonorchis, is about 1/16 to 1/8 inch long (3 to 6 mm). Minnow shapes hug toilet bowl edge.

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