I review the products on this page for parasite, and also review the products that are not parasite-related, such as insecticides and de-wormers. My primary interest is in using medical-grade antibiotics, but I also have interest in using non-medical-grade antibiotics such as penicillins, aminoglycosides, or other non-medicinal products for parasites. For the purposes of this site, the term "medical grade" refers to any antibiotics (usually 100% or more) that are recommended for use by the American Medical Association. What's the best method to prevent an infection? I am not an expert in this area, but I would recommend following all the recommendations that come out of the best-available scientific research, especially the following: The best way to prevent infection is to don'thing at all. This can be done with a medication (e.g., ibuprofen or acetaminophen) or by applying warm, moist towels to your skin. Is there anything I should know before I buy any product for a parasite problem? I want to be sure that the product that I am buying is the best one, because if it isn't, I might be doing the wrong thing. What are the main kinds of parasites? There are many different types of parasites that live on the body, but only a few of them are serious, and most of the others are fairly harmless.