the world has a problem with parasites seeming to be at the top of the food chain.is there a spell that could kill these little parasites.over the years they have grown in number a problem that the poor mostley sufer from.there are all types of parasites if i mentioned some i would probualy have my thread removed just use your imagination and help me kill the parasites of this world.
Eat plenty of garlic, if you can. Garlic cleans the blood and actually gives it a weird taste, which mosquitoes don't like. Other than that, ginger is also good to have in a little satin bag, perhaps.
Citrus is also a good way to keep them away, especially lemon. They dislike it very much as it is too overpowering.
Other than that, there's no spell that can wipe out the entire insect population. Don't you think that is a bit harsh? I agree with one of the comments above. They are here for a purpose. Creatures like the butterfly are so beautiful.
If you don't want to use either of those, simply buy insect repellent and they won't bother you.
Re: stoping parasites
By: WhiteRav3n / Knowledgeable Dec 08, 2011
Post # 9
Perhaps I'm a little cold for saying this, but if there are parasites in your fish tank isn't it your fault that the fish died? You need to clean the tank, buy the special tank cleaners, and keep them healthy. I had a single guppy (fred the fish) for 3 years along with a snail (yurtle). Don't tease me on the names!
I don't know everything about fish, but I know guppies only live for 1-2 years so I must have done something right. Goldfish kill each other. So do other fish when you don't feed them enough. They will actually eat each other. Also some tank cleaning fish, if the tank is too clean will attack the fish. Some snails (I discovered the hard way) are asexual and will spawn babies that look a lot like parasites but eventually they grow tiny shells (very cute). I flushed a few batches of baby snails thinking they were parasites until my fish died of old age, then I left them alone and had a snail farm. Not exactly what I wanted, but oh well!