HSU & Co.'s Diatomaceous Earth (Dia-Min) is a natural rock phosphate powder that shreds all parasites nesting within intestinal walls. These parasites cause chronic problems undetected by physicians. In powder form and as a parasite package, knowledgeable biochemists suggest "worming" two or three times a year for prevention.
What is Dia-Min?
Dia-Min is made from natural diatomaceous earth and natural untreated soft rock phosphate. Dia-Min and worms are enemies. The diatomaceous earth acts like ground glass and cuts the segments and eggs that are released, as well as damaging the worm itself, causing it to let go. Worms finding themselves surrounded by Dia-Min move out. Worms cause anyone to be more susceptible to diseases, and have been said to cause overweight and underweight problems. Statistics show that in certain areas more than 90% of the people have worms.
Dia-Min works in the intestines. Worms are obtained from pets, going barefooted, eating raw, unwashed vegetables, shaking hands with people who have pets, picking flowers, and many other ways. The second, third and fourth day after taking DIA-MIN, when lots of worms are present, there is a tendency for most people to feel below par, and some folks have been accused of "getting up on the wrong side of the bed." This is a sure sign that DIA-MIN was needed.
Continue to follow instructions and see what happens! You will probably feel better than you have for a long time.
Adults: 2 Capsules with DC-1, three times daily just before meals for one month.
Children (4-12): One half adult dosage.
Small Animals: Pull one capsule apart, mix powder in food. (DIA-MIN is also available in powder form!)
Try not to miss one single day. We don't know when the eggs are dropped. If you miss a day, you'll have to start over again.
How many times a year? Every six months (twice a year.)
However, If there are pets in the house...Better double to 4x annually and give the powder to the pets, per Label instructions.
Worms - Unsuspected cause of many diseases
Statistics continue to prove, worms are still a health hazard, not only in third world countries, but equally as much in the developed countries.
According to the American Medical Association, physicians correctly diagnose a disease 16% of the time--that's one out of six! A 'scientific' laboratory, (Medical University) will diagnose correctly almost 50% of the time--or one out of two. A physician might not be likely to connect an illness to a person's predilection for undercooked meat or hot dogs.
At a California Medical Association meeting, one expert speaker told his professional audience that worms are the unsuspected cause of many diseases.
As a known cause of overweight conditions, the worms are being well fed, while the body is only getting calories, water and a fraction of the nutrients, according to Dr. Donald W. Kelley.
Desert Storm Sickness: Hundreds of veterans of the Persian Gulf came down with puzzling symptoms, including fatigue, joint pain, hair loss, rash, bleeding gums and liver problems, according to theJournal of the American Medical Association. Prime suspect is a treatable parasitic infection from sand-fly bites called leishmaniasis.
The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta has warned about the rise of fish tapeworm in America. We eat meat and fish not thoroughly cooked. The diseases are often transmitted by animals. We hug and kiss and sleep with our pets. We handle the dirt in which their contaminated feces is deposited. We breathe the air which may contain worm eggs.
A seven-year-old boy had picked up a worm infestation from his pets. He slept with his animals. He suffered from constant fatigue, was bloated, and had a problem focusing in the sunlight. One specialist suggested leukemia. The animals were kept out of his bed and an intestinal cleansing conducted. In one week the boy was out playing and appeared normal.
A woman with a recurring breast infection improved after being rid of a roundworm infestation. A teenager suffered from wheezing, coughing, chronic crying and depression, and an allergy to many foods, mold, and dust. She lived in close contact with two small dogs, both of whom were determined to have worms. After two cleansings her problems diminished.
Another young girl had persistent acne despite a good diet and no undue stress. Within several days after initiation of a cleansing program, her acne began to clear. A woman previously diagnosed with myasthenia gravis, a condition marked by muscular weakness and progressive fatigue, improved dramatically after passing a large tapeworm.
"Often, the problem is simply overlooked," says nutritionist Ann Gittleman, MS, formerly director of nutrition at the Pritikin Longevity Center and also staff nutritionist at New York's Bellevue Hospital and the Yale Hill Health Center in New Haven, Connecticut.
Tapeworms can grow to 50 feet long. You are not only feeding a monster within you but also absorbing the toxicity of its waste products.
"The most famous tapeworm of recent years belonged to the late opera singer Maria Callas. She had a serious weight and skin problem. When the tapeworm was detected and removed, her weight dropped, her skin improved and her temperament mellowed," said Gittleman.
"Once the intestines are cleansed and the worms and eggs eliminated, " she added, "many of the symptoms disappear." Ever since Sung Bok Hsu introduced her Parasite Package in 1990, requests have tripled for Dia-Min capsules.
The parasite package consists of two bottles: Dia-Min (which shreds the clinging worms) and DC#1 (which flushes them out).
Dr.Kelley says that supplements digest the worms; you don't see them come out; you just feel better. Knowing farmers have been using diatomacious earth for years to stay on top of parsitic infestation with their farm animals. They simply mix this natural mineral-laden soft rock phosphate with meals and the problem treats itself. Proof of the puddin' is dull hair. Dull hair in animals or humans means one should suspect intestinal worms. Dr. Kelley suggests everyone should occasionally 'worm' oneself. It's simply a matter of taking supplements for at least 30 days. The gestation length for Mrs. Worm is about 22 days. Thousands of babies every 22 days, plus all their excreting piles up into problems. That's why we should not miss one day of the simple 30-day program. Then it's over.
Stop kissing your dog, or cat, or gerbil, or...
Most people know that dogs and cats can transmit diseases by scratches and bites, but few people realize that close contact, including nuzzling, kissing and handling animal fur can cause serious illness and even death.
According to the Western Journal of Medicine (150:208-210), a 46-year-old man recently died from a form of pneumonia that he caught from his cat. "He probably acquired the infection by inhalation," the doctors said.
A teenage girl suffered from wheezing, coughing, chronic depression and an allergy to many foods, mold and dust. She lived in close contact with two small dogs, both of whom were determined to have worms. After two cleansings her problems diminished.
It has been estimated that some 200 million persons throughout the world are infested with trichinosis, only ONE of many kinds of parasites that feed off undigested foods lining the intestinal walls. 75 percent of the millions so infested live in North America!
Once these parasites enter the muscles, allopathic medicine offers no specific treatment, according to Robert E. Rothenberg, M.D.
Editor, Medical Encyclopedia Vol 3, 1976.
HSU & Co. has acquired Dia-Min, a natural rock phosphate powder that shreds all parasites nesting within intestinal walls. These parasites cause chronic problems undetected by physicians. In powder form (convenient for pets) and as a Parasite Package, (convenient for people), knowledgeable biochemists suggest "worming" two or three times a year for prevention.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.