LAPPA ARCTIUM (burdock) Symptoms include flatulent dyspepsia, pain in the heart with strange movement under sternum, frequent yellow stools in the forenoon with some nausea, ringworm. Pain in the heart is a scary symptom since parasites have the ability to move into other body tissues.
CASSIA ACUTIFOLIA (senna) Symptoms include colic, constipation, infantile colic, with a sensation of coldness in the abdomen.
GAULTHERIA PROCUMBENS (Wintergreen) Very severe pain in the abdomen that is much worse by the pressure of even a finger, prolonged vomiting, uncontrollable appetite with an irritable stomach are some of the symptoms of Gaultheria procumbens.
JUGLANS NIGRA (black walnut) Juglans is especially noteworthy because it affects the spleen and the liver in repair as well as in the expulsion of worms. Symptoms include bloating, flatulence, nausea, violent nausea, and emaciation. The symptoms can become quite serious in children.
TANACETUM VULGARE (tansy) Tansy as an herb is well-renowned for the expulsion of worms. Symptoms include dysentery, pain in the bowels that is relieved by stool, a desire for stool immediately after eating (actually, unless tied to worms, this is a good and natural thing), faint and sick at the stomach, constant belchings, nausea and vomiting, mental fatigue, abnormal lassitude, inability to think coherently, and sadness that comes with a desire to be left entirely alone.
FOENICULUM SATIVUM (fennel) Moderates the griping pains of parasite expulsion, nausea, diarrhea, and improper excitement of the vascular and the respiratory organs.
ARTENSIA ABSINTHIUM/ABSINTHIUM ARTEMISIA (wormwood) This homeopathic remedy has been used to treat worms, and the rest of the symptom picture of this remedy certainly matches that of a parasite infestation. Absinthium artemisia, in the herbal world, is considered stronger for the purpose of expelling parasites than Artensium annua (sweet wormwood).