It's very important to understand a problem before throwing solutions at it.
In my Dark Field lab test results, posted earlier in this thread, I reported a high incidence of parasatized red blood cells. Many people interpreted this to mean that I have parasites (Hulda Clark sytle) in my blood stream, and offered many recommendations for purging them.
While I probably do have parasites floating around, it turns out that parasatized blood cells may be indicative of shistocytes: red blood cells that get sheared when a vasculitic or allergic reaction occurs, a sign of a serious autoimmune inflammatory process. I am currently living with said autoimmune reaction.
I am currently investigating this phenomenon, and will be using it as one of the markers to monitor my progress.
The moral of the story is: Understand a problem before trying to solve it. The verbage used to describe it (the problem) may be inaccurate or misleading.