Dr. Raphael d’Angelo: Testing, remedies, and how the moon cycle effects parasites

Dr. Raphael d'Angelo Parasite Protocol

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Here you can watch the fascinating interview of parasite expert Dr Raphael d’Angelo– courtesy of the BetterHealthGuy YouTube channel, in which he shares his famous ‘natural parasite cleanse protocol’. If you aren’t already familiar with this channel I’ve found it a brilliant resource for everything concerning health, toxins, and modern alternative remedies. Forging the latest science with traditional remedies this interview leaves no parasite-covered stone unturned.

Dr d’Angelo explains why parasite testing is historically so poor, how and why we become infected in the first place, and most importantly what can we do about it.

My guest for this episode is Dr. Raphael d’Angelo, MD. Dr. Raphael d’Angelo, MD is a medical doctor specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of parasites. Raphael d’Angelo, M.D., a holistic medical doctor providing consultative services in the area of natural health. Dr. d’Angelo has over 45 years in medical microbiology and parasitology and conducts research on various aspects of infectious diseases. He is certified in family medicine, integrative holistic medicine, medical microcurrent, clinical aromatherapy, and medical technology. Dr. d’Angelo has conducted research on the natural treatment of infections with current investigations in parasite eradication.


Dr Raphael d’Angelo’s Parasite Protocol

What’s great is in this video Dr d’Angelo discusses his own anti-parasite protocol. Maintaining a mostly natural approach this routine contains a number of herbs and supplements that I’ve detailed below. If you’re interested in hearing an expert opinion on what you should include in your parasite cleanse we have skipped to that exact part in the below clip, simply click the thumbnail to begin.

Products mentioned in Dr d’Angelo’s natural parasite cleanse protocol

During this interview Dr d’Angelo mentions a number of herbs and supplements that are used in his own parasite protocol. To save you time we’ve listed the types of supplements mentioned, and the time during the interview where Dr d’Angelo discusses them.

Colloidal Silver

45 minutes 22 seconds: Colloidal Silver is a natural anti-bacterial, anti-viral & anti-fungal product that has been used for almost 100 years. Safe to be included in any conscious health program, this product can provide a wealth of benefits to both body and home.


45 minutes 27 seconds: Iodine is an essential mineral for the body, without it we wouldn’t be able to function, which is why we to ingest it daily. Known as a thyroid support supplement, this powerful product is literally fuel for the thyroid. It also directly helps our bodies metabolise food into energy that it can use.


Oregano is a well known flavourful herb that you likely have stocked in your kitchen. What a lot of people don’t know is Oregano essential oil is an incredibly powerful supplement that has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties. This oil has even been studied in lab-conditions at great length, further proving its efficacy.

Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris)

Thymus Vulgaris, more commonly known as Thyme, is a herb in the mint family, another herb regularly used in the kitchen. What’s not common knowledge is Thyme is a powerful anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory as well as anti-microbial. This herb contains thymol, a phenol specific to this plant, known to be effective against certain bad bacteria, viruses and parasites.


Cloves are a spice that comes from the Syzygium aromaticum tree, an evergreen tree that thrives in Asia and South America.
Cloves have been used tonically in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, and improve digestion since they are high in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.

Cinnamon Bark

Cinnamon has been utilised in traditional medicine for generations. Cassia cinnamon is used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat colds, flatulence, nausea, diarrhoea, and uncomfortable menstrual periods. It is also thought to boost energy, vitality, and circulation, especially in persons who suffer from chilly feet.

Cinnamon is used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat diabetes, indigestion, and colds, and it can assist to balance a person’s kapha dosha (physical and emotional energies).
It’s also found in chai tea and cinnamon tea, both of which are said to help with digestion.


Basil is known to contain flavonoids that can help to reduce inflammation. Basil has also been used to treat acne when used as a topical gel. Researchers discovered that using a blend of 5% basil essential oil and 3% sweet orange essential oil on a daily basis for eight weeks helps cleanse the skin.

Furthermore, investigations have shown that BEO has antibacterial action, which can be attributed to its high linalool concentration, both in its free form and when microencapsulated.

Tea tree

Tea tree oil is derived from the tea tree’s leaves (Melaleuca alternifolia). It thrives throughout Australia’s marshy southeast coast. The tea tree was named by eighteenth-century sailors who used the tree’s leaves to make nutmeg-scented tea. Tea tree oil contains compounds that destroy bacteria, fungus, and mites, as well as lessen allergic skin reactions by reducing swelling.

Tea tree oil is used to treat acne, toenail fungus, and athlete’s foot. It’s also used to treat dandruff, lice, foul breath, and a variety of other ailments.

Betaine Hydrochloride (known as HCL, or stomach acid)

Betain Hydrochloride, or more commonly known as HCL is one of the primary digestive liquids founds in the human stomach. Essential to the digestion of many foods this important stomach component can unfortunately lessen as we age. This results in more stomach symptoms such as bloating, cramping, indigestion, acid reflux and others becoming more common the older we get.
Normally we like to keep a alkaline leaning PH in our body, everywhere except the stomach. Here is where we want a strongly acidic environment with a very low PH value. Stomach acid not only breaks down food, but it also ensures we neutralise any bacterial overgrowth or unfriendly organisms that we don’t want passing through the gut. Supplementing HCL has provided many people the platform they require to regain their digestive health.

Mimosa Pudica

In addition to having a particularly curious name, Mimosa Pudica has a wide variety of medicinal properties. Known as the ‘humble plant’ it grows predominantly in America, Australia and parts of India. Fortunately this amazing herb, along with its seeds, has an uncanny ability to rid the body of intestinal parasites. When the seed is mixed with liquid it swells to create a gel like substance that gently exfoliates the inside of the intestinal tract, taking with it a number of toxins and unwanted organisms safely out of the body.


Every health routine should follow a detox program of some kind to have maximum effect. After all, health restoration will always be an uphill battle unless we remove the source of whatever is draining our health. Many people have different opinions on where you should start and how to tackle this endemic issue. I enjoyed Dr d’Angelo’s natural parasite cleanse protocol because it follows a holistic approach in which he mainly uses herbs to bring the body back into balance. His decades in the field and long history healing people with chronic health conditions demonstrate his vast knowledge on the subject.

You can find the beginner parasite-cleanse that I use here.

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