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Mold Toxicity 

Mold is a living organism that grows in locations with excessive moisture, organic material and oxygen by releasing toxins and spores. Therefore, certain quantities and types of mold can be toxic for humans, animals and other plants. Mold toxins and spores are very small and unable to be seen but can travel in the air very easily. In high quantities they can be ingested, inhaled and absorbed. Mold toxins will accumulate over time and cripple the host in a variety of ways, mostly by immune suppression. The spores can also take up residence in the nasal passages and GI system after ingestion leading to a variety of infections and symptoms. The toxins will affect the mitochondria of the cell particularly in the central nervous system. 


Keynote symptoms can include:

  • Electric shock/Ice pick like pains

  • Vibrating or pulsating sensations

  • Extreme Fatigue

  • Poorly tolerated medication

  • Heart rate changes with position

  • Light, sound, smell sensitivity

  • Excessive thirst/urination




  • Weakness

  • Muscle aches/ cramps

  • Night sweats

  • Headaches

  • Insomnia

  • Dizziness, disequilibrium

  • Numbness and tingling


Hormone changes

  • High stress/ Irritability/ Anger

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Menorrhagia/ Cycle changes in females

  • Body temperature dysregulation



  • Chronic sinus congestion

  • Cognitive impairment/ Brain fog

  • Coughing, Chest pain/tightness, Shortness of breath



  • Abdominal pain

  • Nausea

  • Diarrhea

  • GI- Irritable bowel Syndrome

Associated Diseases

  • Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) 

  • Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Psoriasis

  • Restless Legs Syndrome

  • Meniere’s Disease

  • Chronic Sinus Infections

  • Fibromyalgia

  • ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)

  • Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Cancer

  • Arthritis

  • Yeast Infection

  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Causes of Mold Growth
  • Moisture/Humidity

  • Warm, enclosed, and dark environments

  • Poor ventilation

  • Water damage/ water leaks

  • Stagnant water- flooding or poor drainage

  • Organic material to grow on- wood, drywall, fabric, cotton, cardboard,  

Where it Grows


  • Flashing, gutter, or canale leaks

  • Bad seals around penetrations, like chimneys


  • Closets with high humidity

  • Window and roof leaks

  • Flooding


  • Washing machine mold

  • High humidity

  • Plumbing leaks


  • Plumbing leaks around sink and drain pipes

  • High humidity in cabinets

  • Refrigerator ice maker leaks

  • Decaying food and trash



  • HVAC systems causing condensation

  • Mold inside HVAC systems (on coils and in ducting)

  • Inadequate ventilation


  • Plumbing leaks around sink, bathtub, shower, and toilet

  • Elevated humidity

  • Caulking that is lifted or broken


  • Moisture from bad seals


  • Moisture transfer through cement floors and walls

  • Water settling against foundation

  • Dirt crawlspaces without proper ventilation

  • Standing water in sump pumps

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1. Remove exposure 

2. Remove all colonized mold in the body 

3. Detox all accumulated toxins in the body

4. Repair tissue and cellular mitochondria 

5. Replenish hormone and nutrient levels

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