Often you are attracted to sweet food? Unfortunately, most people are, have you ever wondered – why?

There are two main reasons for this addiction. One of them is parasitic in the body, and another reason is stress.

When you eat a lot of sweets, the body creates conditions for the accumulation of mucus, and it starts to reproduce fungi and bacteria.

The statistics showed that, a third of the population suffers from parasites. Usually, a person is not even aware of their presence in his body.

Parasites that live in our body take away your energy. To compensate, the body seeks to eat something sweet, because it provides quick energy supplement the body.

With these, is formed the fatty layer, which also functions to protect the organism.

If you get rid of parasites, your weight is normalized and craving for sweets disappears. And so, when the parasites stop taking your energy will disappear drowsiness, fatigue, headache, malaise, normalize the metabolism and much more.

National method for cleaning your body is the most effective. Get Rid of the Sweats and Clean Your Organism

Cleansing the body of parasites – a mixture of linen and cloves


Linen and clove are effective in almost all types of parasites.

To prepare the mixture for cleaning, it is necessary to take 100 g/3.5 oz linen seed and 10 grams/0.35 oz of clove.


Chop the mixture in a coffee mill.

This is your healthy powder for cleaning!


Take 2 tablespoons every day for three days.

The powder can be added into cooked food in one meal, or eat it and then drink a glass of warm water in the morning.

After three days take a break for 3 days.

Then repeat all over again.

The mixture should be consumed in a month.

Do not be confused by a reaction of the body such as itching, rash, herpes, and changes colored stools, urine or something else. If you notice it is a sign that the body cleans.

To improve results, it is recommended to use the concoction linen, on an empty stomach.

For cleansing the body is also good to take the sour-milk products, dill, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts, parsley and freshly squeezed juices from fruits and vegetables.