All persons I have seen with clinical depression had small roundworms in the brain. Is it any wonder the brain can’t make enough neurotransmitters or gets them out of balance? The usual worms are hookworms (Ancylostoma), Ascaris of cats and dogs, Trichinellas and Strongyloides.
Although it is commonly believed that hookworms penetrate the skin when walking barefoot on earth, this appears to be a negligible route. The important routes are eating animal filth and inhaling filthy dust. Our pets pick these worms up daily. We get them and give them in constant exchange with our pets and family members. Diapering babies is an especially hazardous, though necessary, business. Letting little children clean up after their own bowel movements is even more hazardous. Hands should be sanitized with grain alcohol after dealing with bowel contents, whether your own, your child’s, or an animal’s. If you clean up a messy diaper and then your hands well with soap, then go to make the chopped salad for dinner, you’re sure to give each family member a dose of whatever the baby has. It was hiding under the fingernails. Animals clean up the easy way: they simply lick the youngster’s bottom. But, we humans are not strong enough to take on a dose of bottom with each meal. We must sanitize our hands.
Cleaning bathrooms is also dangerous. Wear gloves. If nobody suffers from depression, you can use bleach (stored in the garage) to disinfect the stool, otherwise use alcohol (50% grain alcohol). Keep doorknobs and faucet handles wiped with alcohol, too.
If you suffer from depression use your zapper to immediately kill these four roundworm species: Ancylostoma, Ascaris, Trichinella and Strongyloides.
Other family members should be cleared of these four worms on the same day or as close to it as possible. Reinfection always occurs. In the depressed person, the microscopic parasites travel immediately to the brain. In others, they may simply reside in the intestine or lungs or liver, or other organs. Pathways (routes) to the brain have become established for the depressed person. These must heal before there is any tolerance to reinfection.
solvents and other toxins, also in the brain, slow down or prevent healing. For this reason the depressed person should do the Four Clean-ups.
The bacteria of the Shigella family are always seen in depression cases. Kill all Shigellas and avoid reinfection by boiling dairy products and not eating those that can’t be boiled. Go on the Bowel Program (page 546). Do not eat deli food or hand prepared salads at salad bars. Finally, do the Liver Cleanse, repeating every two weeks. Depression, even of long standing, can lift within days after the brain finally has its territory to itself. Look in the mirror and smile at yourself for your success in vanquishing your invaders. Never again, let these creepy crawlers into the happiness-center of your brain.