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The following list is a compilation of some of the most popular products against parasites. It does not include all available parasites products. Please visit the Parasite Info Center to find a product or to find out more about the most widely used parasites products.
Here is a list of popular parasites products that can be used by everyone. It is important to note that this list is not comprehensive and I welcome your suggestions. It is also not a comprehensive list of all parasite products available in the United States. There are two main ways of preventing and treating parasites. There is an active treatment approach and a passive treatment approach. The active treatment approach can be called "preventative" because it is based on preventing parasites from developing in the first place. Active treatment, also known as "treatment", involves the following: Methicillin or tetracycline, either in the form of tablets, ointments or ointments containing the antibiotic, for treating the primary cause of infection, namely, Clostridium difficile. In the case of C. difficile, the antibiotic is used for a short period of time, usually 2 weeks. It is then discontinued.