Parasite Relief without the chemicals for your pets.

Posted by barbara ratner on

Herbal remedy to assist the body in naturally expelling intestinal worms and parasites.


  • Aids the body in expelling intestinal worms and parasites
  • Effective against parasites in larval and adult stages including intestinal worms including, giardia, heartworms, hookworms,  coccidia, tapeworms, and more
  • Relieves common symptoms of infestation such as gas, nausea, bloating, frequent diarrhea and sluggish digestion
  • Stimulates healthy digestion and the production of bile
  • Provides gentle and effective support in cleansing protocol

Parasite Free Formula is a 100% natural formula containing a premium blend of herbs to help the body expel intestinal worms and parasites in dogs and cats, safely and effectively without hazardous side effects.  Simply mixing the herbs in Parasite Free Formula with food on a daily basis for three weeks can provide the body with the extra support it needs to eliminate and overcome a parasitic infestation.


Parasite Free Formula has been specially formulated to safely and effectively eliminate intestinal worms and other parasites, without harsh or dangerous chemicals. The ratio, balance and dosage of herbs blended together in Parasite Free Formula serves to relieve symptoms of infestation, kill parasites at all stages and stimulate the systemic cleansing and elimination of parasites from the digestive tract. 


Parasite Free Formula contains a proprietary blend of the following herbs in a therapeutic dosage:

Anise (Pimpinella anisum) has been used since ancient times as a culinary and medicinal herb throughout the Mediterranean region. The oils found in Anise are toxic and repellent to parasites and intestinal worms.

Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) is a powerful vermifuge, which refers to its ability to kill parasites and intestinal worms. Black Walnut contains naturally-occurring iodine, astringent tannins and other compounds known to be effective in eliminating parasites.

Buckthorn Bark (Rhamnus frangula) is a bitter herb used to help the body expel intestinal worms and parasites. Buckthorn also helps to relieve accompanying stomach gas, constipation and sluggish digestion.

Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) contain essential oils, volatile oils, tannins and other compounds that have been used to assist the body in expelling parasites. The use of Cloves dates back to 300 BC in China, and the 4th century in Europe.e. Cloves are effective against intestinal worms and help to relieve nausea, diarrhea, gas, and other accompanying symptoms of indigestion.

Herb of Grace (Ruta graveolens) is an evergreen shrub possessing aromatic flowers and leaves. Herb of Grace, also called Meadow Rue, is used extensively in Traditional Chinese Medicine to eliminate intestinal worms. Herb of Grace also relieves gas and helps to stimulate digestion.

Neem (Azadirachta indica) has been used for millennia, with records of cultivation dating back to 1500 BC in India. While Neem was used most extensively in the Ayurvedic tradition of medicine, this herb continues to be used today for its many medicinal properties. Neem is effective against intestinal worms and parasites.

Pumpkin Seed (Cucurbita pepo) is traditionally used as an anthelmintic, or a substance that aids the body in eliminating intestinal parasites. Compounds called cucurbitins found in Pumpkin seeds are thought to paralyze intestinal worms, thus allow the body to expel them quickly.

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is a bitter herb which promotes the flow of bile, thus stimulating digestion. Wormwood also possesses powerful anti-parasitic properties, aiding the body in expelling intestinal worms and parasites. Wormwood is thought to kill parasites in the larval stage, unlike other similar herbs.

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