Pumpkin Seeds: A Natural Solution For Worms

I just found this article about Pumpkin Seeds to treat worms in dogs and would like to pass it on. Here is the http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/pumpkin-seeds-natural-worms-dogs/

Dana Scott, the author of the article, says the following:

Pumpkin Seeds Fight Worms

Raw, organic pumpkin seeds have been used to treat a variety of parasitic and other ailments since the colonists first came to the New World and discovered the benefits of this Native American crop.

The flesh and seeds of the pumpkin were used by the Native American tribes to:

  • heal wounds
  • cure kidney ailments and urinary problems
  • as a parasitic treatment on humans.

In recent times, herbalists have discovered that the seeds of the pumpkin also work as an effective deworming agent against tapeworms and other intestinal parasites in dogs and humans.

Pumpkin seeds contain the amino acid called cucurbitin, which paralyzes and eliminates the worms from the digestive tract. Pumpkin seeds have other health benefits too – they are loaded with protein, amino acids, fiber, iron, copper, phosphorus and magnesium, calcium, zinc, potassium, folic acid and niacin; all important nutrients to your pet’s overall good health.

Feeding Directions

Pumpkin seeds can be fed whole as a treat for your dog. Don’t feed him the salted seeds from the grocery store; find some raw, organic seeds instead. If your dog doesn’t enjoy them as a treat, you can grind them in a coffee grinder or Magic Bullet and add them to his meals. Give him a quarter teaspoon per ten pounds of body weight once or twice a day until he’s rid of the parasites.

Again, here is the link to the original and longer version of the article:  http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/pumpkin-seeds-natural-worms-dogs/

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