Black mold exposure at the office

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I first met MD, a 43 year-old resident of Cancun in July of 2010. She complained of:

  • Acid reflux
  • Migraine headaches behind her eye that lasted 2 to 3 days
  • Periodic dizziness and nausea
  • Nasal congestion
  • Poor memory and concentration
  • Aphasia (replacing words with irrelevant words)
  • Shortness of breath and chest pressure
  • Panic attacks

Upon questioning her I found out that she worked in an office at the end of a long corridor in the airport with no ventilation except for the air conditioning vents. She reported seeing a black fuzzy substance on the edge of the air conditioning vents that always remained moist. She had no idea when the last time was that the vents had been cleaned and reported that all her symptoms began around the same time that she began working there.

I detected that she had a severe infestation of mold in her deep sinuses causing the congestion, dizziness, and migraine headaches as well as in her lungs causing the shortness of breath and chest pressure. I also found that the mycotoxins produced by the black mold were causing the symptoms of neurotoxicity such as poor memory and concentration, aphasia, and panic attacks. I also found that the mold in her sinuses was dripping into her stomach causing nausea and acid reflux.

I prescribed her an herbal formula to take for two months containing Cinnamon twig, Ligusticum, Xanthium, Artemesia, Anemarrhena, Schizandra, and other herbs to eliminate the mold in her sinuses and lungs and neutralize and clear out the mycotoxins from her nervous system. I also strongly advised her to look for another job because I new it would be an uphill battle trying to force her employer to clean the ventilation system.

When she returned 2 months later the shortness of breath, chest pressure, nasal congestion, and acid reflux were almost completely gone and her memory lapses, poor concentration, and aphasia had all reduced significantly. She had had 2 migraines in the two months but they were reduced in intensity and duration. Using biophoton kinesiology, I detected that the mold in her sinuses and lungs had been reduced by 70% and that 50% of the mycotoxins in her nervous system had been cleared out. However, the herbs had run out a week before I was able to see her and her symptoms had started to come back due to the fact that she was still working in the same black mold infested office. I prescribed her a new formula for two more months with Cyperus, Acorus, Gingko Leaf, Gentiana, and other herbs to eliminate mold and clear out mycotoxins.

MD returned 4 months later and was happy to report that she had changed jobs and her new office had much better ventilation and no mold although she unfortunately had a lot more stress in her new job. She had not returned when her herbs had finished because she thought that by changing offices she wouldn’t need to take any more herbs because many of her symptoms like the panic attacks, nasal congestion, nausea, dizziness, and aphasia had completely disappeared. However, she still had slight shortness of breath and chest pressure, slight acid reflux, very light, infrequent migraines, and her memory and concentration were still not back to 100%. I found that she still had about 10% of the black mold in her sinuses and lungs and 20% of the mycotoxins in her nervous system. I made her a formula with Cinnamon twig, Ligusticum, Stemona, Polygonatum root, and Artemesia to eradicate the lingering mold and clear out the remaining mycotoxins with Jujube and Codonpsis for stress management. This last formula seems to have done the trick because I did not hear from her again which in my business is almost always good news!

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