AN049 - ParaExpel - Wormer (HOMEOPATHIC) e.g. Nematodes (Lungworm and Spirocerca lupi others), Intestinal worms - protozoan - microscopic parasite T.foetus, Campylobacter Bacteria. For cat, dog, kitten, puppy, chook, rabbits, birds.

Holistic Animal Remedies (HAMPL)


  • All pets need an Intestinal parasitic cleanse.
  • Guinea Pig, chook, rabbit, bird, sheep, goat etc
  • Toxoplasma, Babesia, Lungworm, Trypanosomiasis infection
  • Protozoan - microscopic parasite Tritrichomonas foetus (T.foetus).
Set of 1
HAMPL ParaExpel 49  50ml (1.7oz)

  • Worming Naturally!  

    Now you do have a choice in using safe alternative worming formulas for small farm animals and pets e.g ...chickens, rabbits, ferrets, poultry, magpies and farm animals. For adult dogs,  to use the herbal formula  HAMPL HerbaWorm 225 100ml in conjunction with the homeopathic wormer (intestinal and nematode worms)

    1.  "Intestinal worms"   (intestines) 

    Pregnant and newborn puppies and kittens
    we recommend using the Homeopathic HAMPLParaExpel 49 Worming drops.  Gentle and safe for newborn 2, 4, 6, 8 and 12 weeks also for the mother feeding.

    12 weeks and older, 
    can continue or go onto the chemical free natural Herbal Worm drops called HAMPL HerbaWorm 22 100ml this is a herbal formula, as will need to diluted in food each time you give a dose. ie add suggested the number of drops into some plain sardines ( tins of sardines in spring water) as the sardines have a strong smell and taste which nicely mask the strong taste and smell of this potent herbal worming formula.

    Kittens an Adult Cats and other small animals
    Continue to use a couple times per year, or more often if still eating commercial pet foods.

    One bottle will do many animals and pets, and last for several years. 
    EASY HOMEOPATHIC ANIMAL APPLICATIONAdd a dose ( is a pinch of granules) or 2 drops to daily meals and/or to water (filtered) bowl for pets to share.

    FARM ANIMALS: Stir in a dose once a week in the trough. eg add a teaspoon of formula to a 1-litre bottle of water shake then add a cup to each water trough stir the water up to mix in well.   Request larger formula when using on farm animals.

    2.  "Nematode worms"  (they are not Intestinal worms as such)
    roundworms in lungs, esophageal, gastric, spine or aortic walls)
    This remedy also treats or prevents nematodes worms (roundworms in lungs, esophageal, gastric, spine or aortic walls)

    1. LUNGWORM in Feline and Canines 
    (Nematodes found in the lungs).
    Cats are commonly asymptomatic to "lungworm" (aelurostrongylus abstrusus), the most common lungworm of cats, is found in many parts of the world, including the USA, Europe, and Australia. They are small parasites (males 7 mm, females 10 mm), deeply embedded in the lung tissues. The life cycle includes snails or slugs as first intermediate hosts, and frogs, lizards, birds, or rodents as transport hosts of encysted larvae. When one of these transport hosts is eaten, the larvae migrate from the stomach to the lungs via the peritoneal and thoracic cavities. If heavy infestations may produce the following symptoms: Dry coughing, Wheezing, Dyspnea (shortness of breath), especially upon exertion, Lethargy and exercise intolerance, Anorexia, Fever. Symptoms are typically noticed in younger cats.
    ~ Treating Lungworm, also use in conjunction with the homeopathic Pneumonia drops and Scar Tissue (keloid) drops.

    2.   Nematode worms Spirocerca lupi - can be found in the esophageal, gastric, or aortic walls, occasionally migrate into the spinal cord. Adult Spirocerca lupi are bright red worms, generally located within nodules in the esophageal, gastric, or aortic walls. Infections are seen in many tropical and subtropical regions worldwide.   Dogs are infected by eating an intermediate host (usually dung beetle) or a transport host (eg. reptiles, or rodents). The larvae migrate via the wall of the celiac artery to the thoracic aorta, where they usually remain for ~3 months.
    ~ Treating spirocerca lupi (nematode) worm:
    also use in conjunction with HAMPL Nerve spine remedy or Trachea 189-1 remedy, depending on where the worms are living. (One of our clients said the Veterinarians at Murdoch University in Perth WA, has tried to treat this worm, but not successful -the dog passed away from the treatment given - they said in another case the MRI reveals that the lesion in the spinal cord which they say will heal if the parasite can be removed)

     "Trypanosomes genes" of Trypanosoma (Trypanosoma brucei).
    Common in Doberman's
    Trypanosomiasis Clinical - Due to the multisystemic nature of trypanosomiasis, the variety of clinical signs, and the indeterminate character of chronic Chagas disease, diagnosis can be missed. The evidence of abnormal cardiac rhythms and congestive cardiac insufficiency with right ventricle dysfunction justifies investigation for chagasic myocarditis. 
    In dogs, the clinical pathological aspects of the disease are unspecific and do not assist in diagnosis. However, diagnosis can be based on findings of congestive cardiac insufficiency associated with a history suggestive of having been in zones where trypanosomiasis is endemic, and on laboratory exam results.

    Prevention and treatment from the - Protozoan - microscopic parasite Tritrichomonas foetus (T.foetus). If infants and need something stronger See (AN141) Dystentry Set for Treatment

    Protozoal and other parasitic causes of diarrhea are commonly found in kittens and may not be easy to diagnose. Specifically, infections with Giardia and Cryptosporidium species are important causes of diarrhea in kittens that can be particularly difficult to identify or treat. Special fecal flotation media, such as zinc sulfate, or ELISA antigen tests to detect Giardia or Cryptosporidium species may be required to identify these organisms. Most of the parasitic causes of diarrhea in kittens (e.g. hookworms, roundworms, coccidian species) are easily found by fecal flotation techniques. However, therapeutic deworming should still be done in kittens that have diarrhea, even if the fecal examination results are negative.

    Other things causes of diarrhea include fungal diseases such as histoplasmosis; however, histoplasmosis is most likely to occur in adult cats in regions where the disease is prevalent.

    Tritrichomonas foetus is a relatively new infectious cause of diarrhea in kittens. Tritrichomonas species can be identified in fecal samples through direct visualization of a wet mount preparation of fresh feces; trichomonads are flagellated organisms that have directed motility (they swim in a line) across the slide. Tritrichomonas species can also be identified through PCR testing* or fecal culture using special media.

    Diarrhea caused by this protozoan is difficult to treat because the organism is unresponsive to most antibiotics and long-term antibiotic use may exacerbate the disease

    Cheilospirura gymnorhinis is often referred to as the Throat worm of juvenile magpies. It can be mistaken for GapeWorm (is a red worm) (synamus trachea) nematode parasite found in animals, humans, and birds.

    We all have worms.
    Intestinal parasites~ threadworm, tapeworm, flukeworm, roundworm, pinworm, trichinaem tapeworm, trypanosomes, heartworm, liver fluke, Leishmaniasis etc. Lungworm may happen if a kitten or cats has been a stray and had to eat infected water and rodents to survive.

    Example:   Leishmaniasis - Patients with leishmaniasis typically develop skin sores weeks to months after the parasite enters the body. The skin may become red, ulcerated, or have lesions, blisters, or pimples. Smaller lesions may be present around one larger ulcer.Some patients may develop a stuffy or a runny nose, nosebleeds, difficulty breathing, difficulty swallowing, as well as ulcers and sores in the mouth, tongue, gums, lips, nose, and the wall that separates the nostrils (called the nasal septum). The parasite may also enter the bloodstream and burrow into internal organs. If internal organs are involved, symptoms may include persistent fever, night sweats, fatigue, weakness, appetite loss, weight loss, vomiting (most common in children), abdominal pain, scaly skin, gray or dark skin, and thinning hair. 

    Babesiosis (Babesia gibsoni) that affects the blood, liver (hepatitis), and kidneys. Babesiosis is an infection caused by a malaria-like parasite, also called a piroplasm, that infects red blood cells.

    Canine - for Heartworm
    Refer to: Herbal and Homeopathic- HAMPLHeartwor 177 200ml   or   just the Homeopathic Heartworm -  HAMPL Heart Worm 293 100ml drops

    Do feline's get Heartworm infected? 
    It is rare for finding Heartworm in Felines.  The test is useless for cats for a few different reasons. Protection from Heartworm in Felines (which is extremely rare if any) Use the HAMPLParaEx49 formula or just the Heart Worm 293 oral nosode formula. Cats, as mentioned, are not the natural hosts of heartworms - dogs are.

    How safe are commercial chemical flea and tick treatment?
    All spot-on treatments, sprays, and collars are hard pesticides and pose some degree of health risk to animals.Humans who closely interact with treated dogs/cats (especially children) can be affected by the toxins. Just remember on the packaging to wear gloves and wash off any contamination and avoid contact with eyes and skin Potential Side effects from tick preventatives. Quoting from Kathleen Dudley, Belvoir Publications, Inc 2002 Summary of laboratory studies: (rats, mice, dogs). 

    Given enough time, most pesticides eventually cause enough injuries that they are identified as hazards and are removed from the market. All the active ingredients Fipronil / FRONTLINE Carcinogen, organ damage, neurotoxin, teratogen, skin problems, Thyroid cancer, altered thyroid hormones, loss of appetite, unsteady gait, incoordination, reduced fertility, fetus mortality, decreased litter size, inflammation hair loss, burning on the application side Carbitol /inert ingredient in FRONTLINE Neurotoxin, depression, nausea, vomiting, abdominal/ lumbar pain, bone marrow, depression, lung oedema, intravascular haemolysis Imidacloprid/ADVANTIX Carcinogen, organ damage Thyroid lesions, liver toxicity, increased organ weights, increased cholesterol levels, incoordination, muscle weakness, increased miscarriages

    Methoprene / FRONTLINE PLUS Organ damage, neurotoxin Liver enlargement, headaches, eye and throat irritation, dizziness, nausea in humans Permethrin-PERMOXIN C Carcinogen, organ damage, neurotoxin, teratogen, autoimmune disorders Liver and lung tumors, kidney enlargement, tremors, increased aggressive behaviour, bone marrow changes in laboratory animals Cythioate-PROBAN Carcinogen, teratogen No studies on acute toxicity

    Reference sources: from National Pesticides Information Center, PAN Pesticides database, Material Safety Data Sheets. After all, it is important to use environmentally friendly methods and not poisoning our animal in an attempt to wipe out fleas and ticks.

    Chemical Worming

    Just watch out for Side Effects when using the chemical worming poison:

    • Diarrhea
    • Vomiting
    • Loss of appetite
    • Drowsiness
    • Salivation
    • Loss of hair in case of topical injections

    Cat worming medication cannot be used on cats suffering from ailments or from weakness. Side effects are temporary, but if your pet shows prolonged symptoms, it's best to seek medical attention. Cats suffering from kidney problems are more likely to have harsh side effects. Some wormers shouldn't be used on pregnant cats.

    OTHER side effects
    They included facial swelling, rashes, difficulty breathing, autoimmune disorders, and seizures
    Kittens are known to experience side effects after taking a dewormer, especially diarrhea and sleepiness to seizures or death. Symptoms of dangerous side effects in kitten include a lack of energy, weakness, the cat feels cold or hot to the touch, muscle tremors, blood in his stool, and white gums. If a kitten displays any of these dangerous side effects, he should be taken to a veterinary clinic immediately.

    There are two chemical (neurotoxins) in the Cat and Dog "WORMER"

    Pyrantel Pamoate 

    Praziquantel may cause some unwanted effects. Although not all of these side effects may occur, if they do occur they may need medical attention.

    Take your pet to your vet  immediately if any of the following side effects occur while taking praziquantel:

    Incidence not known

    • Abdominal or stomach discomfort with or without nausea
    • abdominal or stomach pain
    • black, tarry stools
    • bloody diarrhea
    • chest pain or discomfort
    • chills
    • convulsions
    • a cough
    • dizziness
    • fainting
    • fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat
    • fever
    • hives
    • hoarseness
    • irritation
    • itching
    • joint pain, stiffness, or swelling
    • lightheadedness, dizziness, or fainting
    • painful or difficult urination
    • rash
    • redness of the skin
    • severe abdominal or stomach pain
    • shortness of breath
    • slow or irregular heartbeat
    • a sore throat
    • sores, ulcers, or white spots on the lips or in the mouth
    • sweating
    • swelling of the eyelids, face, lips, hands, or feet
    • swollen glands
    • tightnessin the chest
    • troubled breathing or swallowing
    • unusual bleeding or bruising
    • unusual tiredness or weakness
    • wheezing

    Some side effects of praziquantel may occur that usually do not need medical attention. These side effects may go away during treatment as your body adjusts to the medicine. Also, your healthcare professional may be able to tell you about ways to prevent or reduce some of these side effects. Check with your health care professional if any of the following side effects continue or are bothersome or if you have any questions about them:

    More common

    • Drowsiness
    • increased sweating
    • the general feeling of discomfort or illness
    • nausea or vomiting
    • Skin rash, hives, or itching

    Other Incidence 

    • Difficulty with moving
    • dizziness or lightheadedness
    • the feeling of constant movement of self or surroundings
    • a headache
    • hives or welts
    • joint pain
    • lack or loss of strength
    • loss of appetite
    • muscle aching or cramping
    • muscle pains or stiffness
    • redness of the skin
    • a sensation of spinning
    • sleepiness or unusual drowsiness
    • swollen joints
    • weight loss


    Pyrantel Pamoate
    All drugs may cause side effects. However, many people have no side effects or only have minor side effects. Call your doctor or get medical help if any of these side effects or any other side effects bother you or do not go away:

    • A headache.
    • Dizziness.
    • Stomach cramps.
    • Upset stomach or throwing up.
    • Loose stools (diarrhea).

  • Non-Drug Prescriptions -  for all species and ages

    HAMPL ParaExpel 49  50ml (1.7oz) drops
    Contain homeopathic, parasitic nosodes complex:  Pumpkin seed nosode 3X, Kali Mur (itching anus), Nat Phos 6X, Antemisia Abs 30C, Cup Oxy, Wormwood, Lactobacillus Acid, Lactobacilllus Casei, Bifidobacterium, Giardia Lamblia nosode 3X, 1M, Capillaria Bre 10M, Torreyae Sem (grandis) Amoeba Hepar 10M, Granatum, Kamala, Chenopodium, Anth,Teucrium Mar, Nux Vom, Nat Phos, Calc Carb, Ars alb, Ferr Phos 6X, 200X (nematode worms - lungs, spine, esophagus, gastric walls)
    Hookworm  -
     Carduus Mananus 4C.
    Gondii nosode
    6X, 200C, 1M, Cardamon 10M, Toxascaris
    leonia worm 30X, Leishmaniasis nosode 30C, Toxoplasmosis parasitic nosode 12C, 50M, , Sheep Liver Fluke nosode 3X, 6X, 50M, Nematode nosode 12C, CM, (roundworms or threadworms), Taenia Krabbei (parasite) 6X, 10M.
    Nematodes (lung worm) - Capillaria aerophila nosode 30X and Aelurostrongylus abstrusus nosode 30X (lungworm), Trypanosoma brucei brucei nosode 30X, GapeWorm (is a red worm)(synamus trachea) 6X, 30X, MM (a nematode parasite found in animals, humans and birds), Schistosma Bovis worm nosode (cattle) 1M.
    TapeWorm nosodes- Caryophyllus Arom (clove)  200C, Echinostoma 6C, Tapeworm nosode 6C, 30X, 10M, Cina 4C (tapeworm), Fasciola Hepatica 3X, 10M (moniezia Tapeworm nosode)
    Flukeworm nosode 30X, 6X

    Dwarf Tape Worm
    nosode (
    hymendolepis nana) 12X, 30C - found in birds, rodents, and pets. Avaire nosode 200C, 1M (SARS virus), Fowl Pest nosode 30C, 200C, Linguatula nosode 30C (poultry), Coccidia 30C, 200C (poultry),  Cheilospirura gymnorhinis is often referred to as the throat worm of juvenile magpies.
    Throat worm nosode (c.gymnorhinis 5X), Babesia gibsoni nosode 30X, Babesia Microti nosode 30X (protozoan parasite)
    Protozoan microscopic parasite Tritrichomonas foetus nosode 3X, 12X, 10M (T.foetus).
    Bacteria - Campylobacter Bacteria 4X, 200X,10M
    Heartworm oral nosode (Microfilaria) 3X, 30C, 200C

    For diarrhea in young animals - Infants - birds, all other species
    Coccidiosis is the next likely culprit after worms, so you might want to treat coccidia, it should also clear up the diarrhoea.(AN141)  Diarrhea in infants animals - Coccidia Dysentery (coccidiosis) scouring 
    (chickens, foals, kittens, birds, piglets etc), rotavirus in young calves.

  •  General Dosing and Instructions Guide

    For all species, size, and ages.



    (a) “HOMEOPATHICS”are sold in either a clear liquid or tiny white pills or granules – both have no odour or taste)

Easy “application dosing” for all species:

    • Homeopathic DROPS (clear liquid) DRIP or APPLY 3 to 4 drops, pat into fur/skin with bottom of bottle. i.e. back of shoulder blades (not orally) which is regarded as one dose for all size species and ages. Note: Liquid homeopathics are more suited for feline, toy dog, fish, birds and other small species
    • Homeopathic PILLS (white pills) crush a pill (or whole) and add to gum/pouch of mouth to dissolve in saliva. Does not need to swallow it.
    • Homeopathic GRANULES (white grain) and a small light sprinkle or a pinch to meals, or stir into water trough or bowl.
      Casual repeat dosing can add to water bowl or feed dish or water trough for wildlife or farm animals.

    Refer to Bottle Label for suggested frequencies repeat dosing needed per day.
 the rule is one must “repeat a dose” more frequently with less time in between each application dose, which is more important than the amount given each time. Repeat application will provide 

faster action.



    (b) “HERBAL MEDICINES ” (brown liquid – strong odour & tasting) 
”Application dosing” for all species and sizes: 
Canine, equine, cow, sheep, goat : add herbal drops (as recommended on bottle label) to some (unsweetened apple sauce or apple juice) for canines and oral syringe side of mouth. Can add other vitamins (crushed) Alkaline green powders etc. to mix.

    Refer to Bottle Label for amount of drops per species size. e.g 60 drops = 1 teaspoon

    What I do for example: If I was needing to give herb treatments and/or vitamin supplements to feline or toy dog or other small animals – I add this herbal formula to a small bowl add some boiled water (about a teaspoon) to it so to dissolve the alcohol in it, let cool, then add what vitamins If needed (powder or crushed tab – a pinch) mixed in another 50ml of water, and oral syringe once a day or twice a day …smear on a little “vegemite paste” (if cannot get Vegemite in your country, try fresh pate or slippery elm powder added can help mask the taste) around and on tip of oral syringe, as felines seem to real like the taste of this paste, but not too much as it is quite a strong taste)



    (c)“NUTRITIONAL Mix 
Giving vitamins and supplements (tablets or powders) Note: always crush tablet before adding to food or liquid mix.
Felines or small animals: make up 1 cup of mixture, adding approx. a pinch of some type of Green powder (alkaline powder) or Chlorella powder (cleansing of toxins) or 1/4 Teaspoons of Slippery elm powder (to mask the taste) with 1 teaspoon of herbs if you are having to also give herbal medicines (i.e. brown liquid) 
Med to large animals: add twice to three times the amount.

    DOSING: Feline or small animal: using an oral syringe draw up 1ml and gently small sips. Or add a teaspoon to meals if they don’t mind eating it with meals (mix well into food) Do not put in Fridge. Room temp is best as too cold is dislike by felines.
    DOSING: Canine, equine, cow, sheep, goat: try mixing well into food and hand piece before feeding main meals. Or dose same as suggested for felines, but add three times as much herbal medicines and vitamins to 1/2 cup of water or (unsweetened) apple sauce or apple juice.

    What I do for example: If i was needing to give herb treatments and/or vitamin supplements to feline or toy dog or other small animals – I add this herbal formula to 1/2 cup of boiled hot water to it so to dissolve the alcohol in it, let cool, then add what vitamins If needed (powder or crushed tab – a pinch) mixed in another 50ml of water, and oral syringe once a day or twice a day …. smear on a little “vegemite paste” (if cannot get Vegemite in your country, try fresh pate or slippery elm powder added can help mask the taste) around and on tip of oral syringe, as felines seem to real like the taste of this paste, but not too much as it is quite a strong taste)

    Slippery Elm Powder 
If needing to add or use Slippery Elm powder

    FOR CONDITIONS like …. diarrhea, stomach ulcers, or sore inflamed mouth or mouth ulcers, constipation, or IBS (i.e. colitis), plus it can also been given as a liquid meal given orally via syringe as it is highly nutritional (oral liquid feeding) for convalescing during illness when not eating solids.

    CONVALESCING ..can been given as a liquid meal given orally via syringe as it is highly nutritional (oral liquid feeding) for convalescing during illness when not eating solids or not eating very well.
~ Add a small amount of powder to the mix to enough to make a runny liquid mix, if you put too much of the powder it will become thick and gluggy, if this happens you will need to add more liquid to it. Can add crushed vitamins and herbal medicines to this as well. OPTIONS: Oral dose in syringe or add to meals three times a day or more to maintain normal health again, then can stop or reduce frequencies.


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