How To Heal From Mould Infections

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In Toxic Mould and Mould Is A Super-Toxin the facts about the dangers of mould and fungal infections have been laid bare. The results aren’t pretty. Mould is severely detrimental to our health and can prove fatal if it goes untreated.

These articles are joined by Essential Oils For Fungal Infections and Anti-Fungal, Insect Repellent & Salve which provide valuable information on how to combat common yeast / fungal infections with topical treatments. And, Essential Oils For Mould and Natural Home Cleaning Products have been written to help us kill mould in our external environments.

This article chronicles the different methods of treating internal yeast and fungal infections.

How To Heal From Mould Infections

Mould infections are extremely common. But, their severity and numbers are downplayed by the medical community, because if the truth were known about mould / yeast / fungus, then more of us would refuse to be treated by Penicillin.

However, there are friendly fungi, just like there are friendly bacteria in our microbiome, without which we would die.

The fungal equivalent of the microbiome is the mycobiome!

Learn more about the importance of the mycobiome. In this podcast Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum and Afif Ghannoum discuss how fungi work in the human gut, describing the way in which fungus is either beneficial, neutral, or detrimental to our health.

Use Thieves Oil 2020 :: as a preventative preparation to ward off bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections.

Use Oregano & Nigella Sativa Preparation to treat chronic fungal infections. Mild or accute fungal infections will respond to gentler aromatherapy oils: Essential Oils For Fungal Infections

Nigella Sativa Seed Oil

Nigella Sativa Seed Oil has been coined as “the cure for everything but death”. Somewhat unsurprisingly it has long been used for mould / yeast infections.

The effect of an aqueous extract of Nigella sativa seeds was studied on candidiasis in mice. … These results indicate that the aqueous extract of Nigella sativa seeds exhibits inhibitory effect against candidiasis and this study validates the traditional use of the plant in fungal infections.


Essential Oils For Treating Fungal Infections

A lot of essential oils are anti-fungal, with Oregano Essential Oil being the most potent. But, Cinnamon Essential Oil, and Clove Essential Oil are very potent also. 

All but one of these essential oils is in Wild As The Wind Thieves Oil 2020

Nigella Sativa Seed Oil is also found in Thieves Oil 2020, which also exerts an anti-fungal action.

Learn more about Wild As The Wind Thieves Oil 2020 in the article :: Using Thieves Oil 2020…

The aromatherapy oils in Thieves Oil 2020 are ideal for well bedded-in, chronic fungal infections, but if you only have a mild. acute fungal infection, then aromatherapy oils like Tea Tree Essential Oil and Myrrh Essential Oil should be considered.

Myrrh Essential Oil has been shown to be profoundly anti-tumour in cancer trials… it is also an excellent anti-fungal and mould treatment.

***I advocate the use of a combination of Nigella Sativa Seed Oil and Oregano Essential Oil for the treatment of parasitic infections, but the same protocol can be used for chronic fungal infections / mould.

Treatment For Chronic Fungal Conditions

Lipid Replacement Therapy

The lipid, or fat, known as Phosphatidylcholine, can be used in a treatment known as Lipid Replacement Therapy in order to achieve cell membrane repair.

What does Phosphatidylcholine do in the body?

Because the body uses Phosphatidylcholine to make a brain chemical called Acetylcholine, there is also some interest in using it for treating “brain-centred” conditions such as memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, manic-depressive disorders, and a movement disorder called tardive dyskinesia.

Lipid Replacement Therapy is essentially a natural medicine approach to replacing damaged lipids within cellular membranes and organelles thereby restoring their function.

Nutritional Protocols To Combat Mould

It goes without saying that yeast should be avoided in those suffering from yeast / fungal infections. But, things like grains, coffee and chocolate are regularly contaminated with mould, and so should also be avoided unless the purest forms of these foods can be sourced.

Corn and wheat are the most commonly mould-contaminated crops, but cotton crops are also often contaminated. So, avoiding tampon use is important.

Start this brilliant video at 21.00 minutes to understand how disastrous mycotoxins in grains are for our health. But, if you have the time to watch the whole video it will likely change your life, and your health, forever!

Recovering From Mycotoxicity

The following supplements and healthy practices can be incorporated into a yeast-free diet.

  • Magnesium and B Vitamins are crucial for body repair
  • Daily bowel movement – minimally
  • Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2(7)
  • Getting out in nature
  • Good circadian rhythm function / avoiding too much exposure to EMF’s
  • Drinking enough water to ensure good kidney function
  • Liver detox… see :: Morning Detox Protocols & Coffee Enemas using a premium quality organic coffee
  • Upregulate lymphatic drainage systems with regular gentle exercise, and down-stream detox pathways like liver and kidneys..
  • Keep sinuses cleansed / flushed out with saline solution so if we are breathing mould in we’re not triggering it
  • Check for other issues, like heavy metals and EMF which exacerbate mould infection etc… Plus, are there other fungal infections which need treating?
  • Adopt an anti-inflammatory diet – no grains and dairy… sorry!

When detoxing mould we need to use binding agents like activated grapefruit pectin and zeolite clay as well as the appropriate repair agents like phosphatidylcholine in addition to the missing nutrients listed directly above.

Avoid Mouldy Products & Foods That Feed Fungal Infection

  • Grains
  • Sugar
  • Fermented foods like Kombucha, Kimchi, Sauerkraut, Miso, Yogurt & Kefir.
  • Preserved meats
  • Coffee & chocolate can be very mouldy
  • Cotton

***Most cotton is infected with aflatoxins, so do not use tampons.

Most grains are pretty mouldy, and it’s the moulds we eat daily that feed the microbiome. The microbiome is not just bacteria. It’s comprised of viruses, moulds and fungus as well as bacteria.

When we eat mouldy grains it’s often not enough to make us sick, but if we already have an accumulation of mould then it’ll fuel more mould growth in our microbiomes. The toxins these mould infections produce will leech out into the bloodstream, and which will cause systemic inflammation from mould metabolites.

Ozone Therapy

Ozone is a colourless gas comprised of three oxygen atoms. It is administered to improve the intake and use of oxygen within an ailing body, and to activate the immune system.

Like Oregano Essential Oil and Tea Tree Essential Oil, Ozone Therapy is know to reduce and eliminate the effects of bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, and protozoa.

Vitamin C & Glutathione shots are also used as an alternative medical modality for mould / yeast overgrowth, and can be very helpful. However, their efficacy pales when compared to that of the detoxifying abilities of Ozone Therapy.

Ozone therapy is available in the UK from a small number of specialist clinics. There is one such clinic in Somerset, in Cheddar.

Infrared Saunas

Perhaps a better alternative to Ozone Therapy is the use of Infrared Saunas? I suggest this due to cost as opposed to efficacy levels.

Infrared therapy is one of the best available methods to purge mould toxicity, so this fact coupled with affordability makes it a very attractive option. A regular schedule of 1 to 3 sauna sessions per week works well to detoxify mould toxins over time. The mycotoxins are released through sweating.

Regular saunas will also work to a degree, but are a lot less efficient. This is mainly due to the fact the body heats up a lot more in a conventional sauna, which a lot of people can’t tolerate for long enough to reap the optimal benefits of each sauna session. Infrared saunas do not heat the body like a conventional sauna and so provide a comfortable environment to sit and read a book or listen to music etc…

The next article in this series on Mould Toxicity will cover what predisposes us to mould toxicity, and what factors can prevent us from healing even when we follow all of the above protocols to the letter.

Additional Reading

Toxic Mold and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Mold, Histamine Intolerance, and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome: Everything You Need to Know

How to Do a Castor Oil Pack


The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.

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Best Healthcare and Skincare Information Sources.

Wild As The Wind use a number of resources when deciding which essential oil formulas to put together for optimal healing and efficacy, as well as to support any health claims we may make.

We use the industry ‘bible’ on essential oil safety: Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals [2nd Edition] by Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young, to establish the safety of the Wild As The Wind formulations.

We owe a particular debt to GreenMedInfo, and, of course, the teachings of Penny Price and Patricia Davis.

Many of the scientific studies used to inform the claims made on this website are via GreenMedInfo, as well as via Dr. Josh Axe, Ty Bollinger on the Truth About Cancer website as well as, on the odd occasion, Dr. Eric Zielinski

Other resources include:

  • PubMed
  • WebMD
  • Robert Tisserand
  • Dr. Robert Pappas
  • AromaWeb
About Rachel Wild

Rachel Wild is the Creative Director at Wild As The Wind. She's been a professional writer for print and digital publication for more years than she cares to remember. She is no longer a 'writer for rent', now very gratefully, devoting all of her time to her passion... writing about health and well-being and sharing it as far and wide as she can. (Please help her!)

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