You NEED this parasite medication if you travel to developing countries

If you travel to developing countries, you really need to watch this important video. I was shocked when I learned only recently that I needed to "deworm"! Parasites are much more common in developing countries than in developed countries so it's not uncommon to pick up a hitchhiker or two when you're traveling to these parts of the world.

Just recently, I learned that the locals here in Vietnam take an antiparasitic medication every six months to deworm, just in case. There's no need to see a doctor. Simply take the medication every six months. If you have a parasite, the medication will kill it. If not, the medication won't hurt you anyway.

The medications sold here are Albendazole and Mebendazole, under the brand names Zentel and Fugacar, and you can buy them at any of the many pharmacies here for less than $1 US. But make sure you get them here because the exact same pills sell for over $200 per dose in the United States! It's crazy, but it's true.

Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. None of this is advice. It is only my story and what I have learned. Please do you own research and make your own health decisions.

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