What is Rope Worm?
This is an extremely interesting topic to me because it’s like a modern health mystery that seems to be closing in on a conclusion. However, I should warn you that this subject may disgust some people because it’s about intestinal worms. Not only that, it’s probably the most disgusting intestinal parasite or worm in general that I’ve ever seen or researched about.
We are talking about the rope worm. This is a recently discovered parasite that was only discovered five years ago. Yeah, it was first identified as existing in 2013.
How can that be possible for an intestinal parasite? Yes I know, but the hypotheses around it are extremely interesting. You have got to keep with me on this and let me know what you think because I am so conflicted and confused myself.
These creatures were discovered after a routine coffee enema cleanse administered by a holistic health and nutrition physiologist. His methods involved what natural health practitioners call “liver flushes” and coffee enemas are an excellent way to cleanse the liver and get out all of these “liver stones.”
The doctor collects what the patient poops out after the coffee enema through a filter that resembles a colander. That way, he can examine what is being released by the coffee enema from the depths of your small intestine and not just your large intestine. That’s what most other enemas do.
He’s used to seeing tapeworms, Ascaris roundworms, pinworms, hookworms, and liver flukes, but these new types of creatures that he was seeing just baffled him and many others. It resembles a worm, but it also has properties of a fungus. This stuff also closely resembles human feces.
What could this possibly be?
So it’s a Parasitic Worm, What’s the Big Deal?
The best part of this is that it cannot be identified. We only have a few years of research on it, so scientists cannot classify it even into a phylum. It’s not really a worm, not really a fungus and not really human excrement.
Before you go off on me and comment “So many mainstream science organizations have already disproved that this is an organism. Scientists could only identify human DNA in the rope worm. That means it must be some product of our intestines that looks like a worm.”
I totally understand that and I couldn’t have possibly missed these ideas in my research. However, many people seem to describe seeing these parasites in their stool. They are describing all of the same symptoms in incredibly accurate details. Not only that, I believe that I had a rope worm infection as well and I had the same exact symptoms.
Rope worm symptoms in humans include:
- Bloating of the abdomen
- Unusual gas that does not go away with treatment
- Bubbling sensation in the belly
- Food intolerances and environmental sensitivities
- Skin problems like acne and eczema
- Brain fog, trouble concentrating and memory loss
- Depression and anxiety
- Weight gain or weight loss
- Increased allergy symptoms
- Back pain that results in slouching and poor posture
Of course, these symptoms are not always connected to the presence of an intestinal parasitic infection. However, I think it is extremely weird that this exact combination of symptoms is being reported consistently. Typically, there are some outliers that say something random like “I had constant cravings for dill pickles,” but there didn’t seem to be any of that here.
How Do Rope Worms Live and Function?
Apparently, rope worms have five stages of development until they reach adulthood. When isolated away from a host, they undergo these development processes that involve toxic slime as a byproduct. I’m guessing that’s going to be inside of us.
Adult rope worms can grow to over two meters long in length in the digestive tract (it is unknown if it is the small intestine, large intestine or both). They have a cylindrical or rope-like shape and their color can be clear or seem filled with feces. These parasites have an extremely disgusting odor.
Some sources believe that rope worms can move through the formation of bubbles to transport themselves in a jet-propulsion like fashion. This kinda makes sense because they cause a bubbly gas that seems watery underneath the abdomen.
The five stages of rope worm development include:
- First: Starts in a mucus form anywhere in the human body, but most likely the intestines.
- Second: Viscous mucus with bubbles. These bubbles are eventually used to attach to the intestinal wall.
- Third: Branched jellyfish-like stage.
- Fourth: Rope parasite emerging. It is softer and slimier than an adult rope worm.
- Fifth: This is the adult stage. The rope worm lives in anaerobic conditions and can easily resemble human feces. They attach to the intestinal wall via suction cups or heads that develop on the far end of the organism from bubbles that form. Rope worms likely feed on fecal matter through osmosis along their length.
An interesting fact about adult rope worms is that they are most active during 1 and 4 AM in the morning. I think this is accurate because I would experience strange gas and bubble sounds underneath my belly button during these times if I was awake.
The toxic slime that they produce as a byproduct could likely be a human poison that can result in a wide range of symptoms.
Various Hypotheses and Ideas About What These Intestinal Parasites Are
There are a few theories about what rope worms actually are. We still aren’t sure if they are a worm or a fungus, or just part of our bodies coming off and jumbling up in a strange way. Perhaps this occurs when we try to detox?
Here are some theories that are being tossed around and criticized:
- Rope worms are a biofilm that is excreted off of the intestinal wall in this mucus form that resembles a parasitic worm.
- They might just be an accumulation of mucus that reacts in a certain way due to the presence of probiotic bacteria, pathogens, and/or intestinal yeast.
- May have something to do with Candida yeast overgrowth, which seems to coincide with rope worm infection.
- The most interesting one: Rope worms are the byproduct of genetically modified chemicals or organisms in food combining with bacteria, intestinal worms, or Candida yeast to form new life in this biological genesis.
That last one seems a bit crazy. But, it seems plausible because our diets are so much more different than what they were a few thousand years ago.
My Experience with Killing and Getting Rid of Rope Worms
During my extensive three months long parasite cleanse, I believe that I saw some of these intestinal worms come out of me. They especially showed themselves when I did a coffee enema or an apple cider vinegar enema.
However, I am still unsure if they were rope worms or something else. They definitely did resemble fecal matter.
After the cleansing protocol, I felt my symptoms of bloating, food intolerances, depression, anxiety, and allergies subside tremendously. I used to have food sensitivities to many things like legumes, nuts, seeds, and shellfish. In addition to that, my oral allergy syndrome symptoms were completely gone.
Natural Treatment for Killing Rope Worms
There is not much information or idea about how to kill rope worms, but I took a variety of approaches that seem to kill parasitic worms and yeast in general. There isn’t one natural treatment that I was sure about and none of them caused me to release more than normal. The only way that I thought that the treatment was doing anything was through an increase in abdominal gas and bubbling/moving noises in my belly.
- Diatomaceous earth: This stuff is great for intestinal worms. What came out of me were little film pieces and parts of what looked like a rope worm. The diatomaceous earth made me very bloated but produced no increase in bubbling or gas.
- MSM: This sulfur supplement caused a lot of bloating and slight bubbling at night. Perhaps it did something due to its sulfur content.
- Raw garlic: I ate much raw garlic, minced and all as described to work. It produced much bubbling and gas, but little bloating. I started to see more strange things come out of me after incorporating raw garlic into my cleanse.
- Cayenne pepper: This caused some serious bubbling, but little gas. Just like the raw garlic, the cayenne made some strange film stuff come out of me.
- Wormwood/cloves/walnut tincture as described by Hulda Clark: This caused some bloating, but no major gas or bubbling. I was surprised that this method didn’t really work for me. Many others have success with all other types of parasites with this combination.
- Activated charcoal: This stuff was essential and helped the gas go away for a little bit. When I had a bowel movement, it was much easier to pass and there was noticeable pieces of stuff trapped inside of it. It looked like tapeworm segments or rice, but others have described that this is common for rope worm eradication. I’d recommend this stuff the most during the parasite cleanse.
- Oil of oregano: Seemed to produce some bubbling, but nothing major.
- Colloidal silver: Didn’t seem to do anything.
- Water Fasting for 4 days: This was incredible and a lot of rope worms came out of me. Or what seemed like them. I fasted while taking activated charcoal.
Best way to kill rope worms? Water fasting while taking activated charcoal, raw garlic and cayenne pepper. Definitely incorporate a targetted parasite cleanse to go along with it because I am sure you don’t just have these creatures. Tapeworms, roundworms, flatworms, and Candida yeast overgrowth are very common for first-world citizens that consume more than 30 grams of sugar each day.
Could these intestinal worms be the cause for the recent rise in allergies and food intolerances among newborns? Perhaps due to the emergence of genetically-modified foods? If this parasite really is new life formed in our digestive system, it could be plausible.
If you have any experience with rope worm treatment, knowing how to kill them or eliminate them, please comment below! Do you think rope worm could be common and possibly the cause of allergies, bloating, food intolerances, and mental decline? Or do you think it’s a bunch of crap? Please contribute to the conversation so we can tackle this problem once and for all.
Talk to you soon,