So somebody suggested I might have stomach parasites, but here's the thing...
...after my awkward hospital experience, upon recovering from kidney failure and a stomch virus I got in brazil, I keep on having these residual stomach pains. They are not really all that painful actually, there's just slight feelings I get throught my stomch, intetinal area, spine and back. I got a referral to a belly doctor but before I went, someone suggested the idea that I may have parasites. The person said there was a natural remedy or kit I could by that consisted of cloves and a few other things. I looked it up on the internet, and while the symptoms seemed a little too general for me to come to the conclusion that I had them, I figure it couldn't hurt if the remedy was inexpensive. sure enough, the 3 key ingredients mentioned on a few sites were : black walnut hulls, wormwood and cloves.
Wormwood? The site mentioned two types I could take, Artimus Absinthum and some other kind of Artimus which is what I thought I'd find in stores because Artimus Absinthum is the key ingredient in absinth which is an alcoholic drink with halucinogenic properties. And so I went to the helth food store and picked up a dropper of Black Walnut Hull/Wormwood mixture and when I got in the car and read the label, much to my suprise, there was the name Artimus Absinthum mentioned on the back. My guess is that it's not enough to do any harm, and there do exist various forms of the Absinth drink on the american market that are non-hallucinogenic because I imagine the dose to be so low that it's ineffective, but I still wonder, what the deal is.
Cloves are some nast stuff, whew, I can imagine that killing anything. It's supposed to kill the eggs. The other stuff kills the parasites. We'll see what happens.