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Mould: The Crazy Maker

Going down the mould path is not easy for anyone. It requires a certain mindset to live your life and, at the same time, live with the mould around you.

How do you battle an invisible invader that instils fear in people and can worsen health symptoms and conditions?

The mould today is not the same mould of yesterday; the mould today is much stronger than mould ever was in our history.

This mould runs on a frequency, EMF, radio signals, and energy emitting from power plants; it thrives on technology and has adapted and lives by this power.

Mould can trigger someone who is seemingly healthy and has had no health problems before but can especially trigger someone who is already struggling with an existing health symptom or condition.

Mould Exposure

When you experience your first symptoms, such as fatigue, dizziness, focus and concentration issues, nausea, headaches or migraines, or tingles and numbness, and you’re searching for answers, someone may mention mould, and send you on the hunt for mould in your home or workplace.

Chances are, once you go looking for mould, you will find some, whether it’s just little bits of black mould on the grout in the shower or a serious mould problem elsewhere in the home or workplace.

This mould, found in the home or workplace, is not the cause of why someone is sick, but can certainly be the trigger.

This can explain why several family members or co-workers may not fall ill from mould exposure, while another can be left bedridden with severe fatigue, body aches and pains, bloating, vertigo, tinnitus, burning skin, tightness of the chest, anxiety or depression.

These symptoms, and the conditions that can be diagnosed alongside them, are caused by viruses and toxic heavy metals, more about this here in this podcast episode.

For many, mould exposure is the last straw that broke the camel’s back. Mould can lower the immune system and make someone susceptible to something else that resides inside of them.

Immune System

When we get exposure to mould, our immune systems become overloaded and our body has to use its deep reserves to help battle the mould invader.

When our immune cells see mould spores enter our bloodstream, they quickly try to gobble up as many mould spores as possible to protect us from the neurotoxin that mould is made up of – so they don’t enter the brain.

Mould rarely enters the brain because our body’s immune system uses every last immune cell to stop it from happening.

Healing Foods

Certain fruits, leafy greens, herbs, wild food, and vegetables are critical in helping us defend ourselves from mould sickness and exposure, including celery, spinach, arugula, coriander, winter squash, potatoes, apples, oranges and more.

These foods are filled with glucose, trace minerals, and phytochemical healing compounds that include anti-fungal, anti-viral, and antibacterial compounds that are necessary to keep us strong.

The pectin in apples enters the intestinal tract and binds onto any mould spores that may be on the inside lining, grabbing onto them and pulling them out of the body.

Consuming sixteen to thirty-two ounces of celery juice daily is another critical healing tool for mould exposure and sickness.

We don’t always have full control over our environment or surroundings, but there are ways to fight against mould exposure while living with the mould itself.

With the right tools and information, you can take control of your health, support your immune system as it battles the true cause of why you are sick, and no longer allow mould to run your life.

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