Parafree Softgels

Essential Oils for Cleaning the Colon

ParaFree™ is formulated with an advanced blend of some of the strongest essential oils studied for their cleansing abilities and antiparasitic properties.*

Containing the essential oils of black cumin, thyme, clove, anise, nutmeg, fennel, vetiver, Idaho tansy, melaleuca alternifolia, and laurus nobilis in a base of sesame seed and olive oil, ParaFree creates a climate that is hostile to parasites. It’s an excellent supplement to take along with a deep colon cleanse.

Don’t wait until you feel constant fatigue, poor health, and have digestive difficulties to clean your colon and system. Start a colon cleanse with ParaFree today!

How to use: Take 4 soft gels two times daily. For best results, take for 21 days and rest for seven days. Cycle may be repeated three times. Take on an empty stomach for maximum results (2 hours after eating). Ingredients: Organic sesame (sesamum indicum)* seed oil, cumin (Cuminum cyminum)† seed, organic olive (Olea Europaea)* seed oil, anise (Pimpinella anisum)† seed, fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)† seed, Bay laurel (laurus nobilis)† leaf, vetiver (vetiveria zizanoides)† root, melaleuca (M. alternifolia)† leaf, nutmeg (myristica fragrans)† leaf, clove (Syzygium aromaticum) † bud, Idaho tansy (tanacetum vulgare)† leaf/stem, thyme (thymus vulgaris)† leaf, gelatin, glycerin, and deionized water.

Calories: 25 per serving Total Fat: 3 grams per serving

Approximately 47 servings per container

  • Organically grown in accordance with the California Organic Foods Act of 1990 † 100% pure therapeutic-grade essential oil

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* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Item No. 6201 – 190 count – Parafree Softgels


Parafree Softgels for a Clean Colon — 6 Comments

  1. Is this for animal or human? You placed it under dog health essential oil tips part 1; also, what would be good for heart-worms already in age 13 adult Alaskan Spitz dog weighing 35 pounds with good appetite, but some coughing?
    Lives in the house; very good dog;makes no boo-boos; and is playful. Tested positive when brought him into my home in 2008…keeping him for widow woman – she died, now what can I do for Snuggles in the Young line?
    Thank you for putting these posts up to share.

    Don, dog lover…..uses the shampoo, too (GREAT)

  2. Don,

    You can use these oils for both humans and animals. Animals respond well to the oils (but do be careful with certain oils high in phenos and cats).

    I’d suggest Di-Tone for the Alaskan Spitz. You can try rubbing it over the heart area, on the paws and along the spine and see how he does with it. Para-Free is good also, but that only comes in capsules now and you’d have to get them down the dog’s throat. That’s easy with some dogs but not so easy with others.

    You could try adding 6 drops or so to his water and see if he’ll drink it. If he does, great! If not, just put in on the areas I mentioned above.

    There’s also a suggestion from the EODR:
    Lemongrass, copaiba, Digest & Cleanse Softgels and Inner Defense Softgels. 1 “O” sized capsule 3x/day for 20 days. Unfortunately, I don’t know how much of each oil. Try experimenting, but I think the Inner Defense would be the one to put the most of in the capsules. Generally, for a dog that sized, 7-8 drops of essential oil are plenty.

    Essential Oil Diva

  3. I want para-free as soon as possible. Am in south africa. How much is it pleas? Waitin for ur feedback. Regards-Mekbib

  4. Mekbib,

    Orders from South Africa go through the US, so you would order by clicking the How to Order link above on this site.

    Shipping for one bottle of Para-free would be $47.68. That’s in addition to the price of the product, which is $89.75 wholesale and $118.09 retail. Additional bottles would cost the same until the order reached two pounds, and then the shipping would go up.

    Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that package would get through customs. With customs there is a chance that the package won’t get through, and there may also be additional charges added.

    I wish it wasn’t so expensive to ship and that customs was easier to get through, but that is out of our control.

    If there is anything else I can help you with please let me know.

    The Essential Oil Diva

  5. Hi,
    I was just wondering is it safe for children?
    Would love to try in for my son with yeast bacteria and parasite issues.

  6. Ivana,

    Yes, ParaFree is safe for children, but I would just use one capsule, not two. These are very pure oils, so they are fine for children, but always use smaller doses for children.

    ParaFree is great for parasites. For yeast issues, I like
    Inner Defense. Again, use only one capsule at a time with children.

    Your son may get some die-off issues, and these can easily be confused with thinking he’s taking too many oils. Die off may include cramps, diarrhea, odd-textured stools, headaches, feeling weak and tired, etc. The good news is, it usually doesn’t last too long – a few days to a week.

    Providing some electrolytes if there is diarrhea is helpful.

    The Essential Oil Diva

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