There are three companies from which you can purchase helminths.
Autoimmune Therapies (AIT). http://autoimmunetherapies.com/
This is also the company run by Jasper Lawrence, who is often credited as one of the people who made helminthic therapy accessible to the masses. I’m not affiliated with AIT in any way other than as a recipient of their services and product. The therapy, at the time of this writing, costs about $3,000, guaranteed for about two years. So, on this therapy, one can expect to pay just about $1,500 per year, which is extremely affordable compared with a year on Humira, or any of the crazy immuno-suppresants. Of course, this comparison is silly in a way, since insurance coverage does not cover helminthic therapy, but still.
This company is run by Garin Aggletti, who has also been involved in the early . I’m not a patient of theirs, but know many people who are, and they are very satisfied with the services from WormTherapy. They also provide both hookworm and human whipworm, for use in autoimmune therapy. I’m not sure exactly of their prices, however I believe them to be on par with AIT. You need to contact them for pricing.
**Essentially, for Americans at least, it comest down to where you live. You need to travel outside the country to obtain this therapy. For AIT, you need to go to Canada, where you can have it mailed to you from their lab in England. For WormTherapy, you travel to the border, where Garin meets you and takes you briefly across the border to do the therapy in Mexico, and then back to the USA. I also believe they now meet and treat patients in Cancun. So, if you live near Mexico, I’d go with WormTherapy, and if you live near Canada, I’d go with AIT. Both are reputable companies.
There is also company out of Germany, Ovamed, that sells TSO (Trichuris Suis Ova), also known as Pig Whipworm. I personally am not inclined towards this option for two reasons. First of all, they charge you $10,000 per year (yikes!). That’s just beyond my means. This therapy IS, to my knowledge either FDA approved or at least tolerated, because of its use in many studies by the folks at Tufts University. Here is their website: