Mould Is A Super-Toxin

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This article is a companion piece to Toxic Mould and is largely based on the work of Dr. Margaret Christensen, Dr. Mark Hyman. It is one of several articles devoted to the subject of mould and fungal infections on the Wild As The Wind Information Website.

This article is the first in a two part introduction to the severe dangers of mould infection. Toxic Mould is the second article, and should be read in conjunction with this article.

Subsequent articles further explore potential outcomes of mould, yeast and fungal infections, as well as offering protocols for remediation.

Articles in the series:

Toxic Mould

Mould & Hormone Health

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome

How To Heal From Mould Infections

Essential Oils For Mould


Essential Oils For Fungal Infections

Thieves Oil 2020 :: to prevent and relieve bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections.

Oregano & Nigella Sativa Preparation for fungal and parasitic infections.

Mould Is A Super-Toxin

If antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria are super-bugs, then electromagnetically supercharged mould is a super-toxin!

With the advent of radio signalling, which has been around since the first world war, (and was understood to be, even back then, carcinogenic and profoundly adverse to human health), we have created an environment within which mycotoxins, or mould, can truly thrive. Since the introduction of global microwave technologies, such as WiFi and mobile phone networks, the whole world is acting like an accelerator chamber for out-of-control, super-toxic mould.

The greater the level of WiFi, and microwave technologies, the greater the level of mould… It’s growing increasingly difficult to treat mould illness / mould sensitivity in a WiFi drenched environment.

Non-native EMF’s, (unnatural electromagnetic fields), are creating hundreds of times more biotoxins everywhere! And, they are yet another profoundly heavy burden, amongst the many other forms of post-industrial toxicity, for all forms of life to bear.

WiFi has been scientifically proven to undermine human immune system by 40%, and because children have no neural protections, in the form of myelin sheath around their nerves, they are a lot more susceptible to falling ill than adults.

Mould, Yeast & Fungal Infections

There are other environmental conditions which are conducive to the production of super-toxic mould. These include the industrial scale use of antibiotics, particularly the large scale use of low level antibiotics, as routinely used in rearing livestock and fish farming, which scientists warned would create superbugs if we were ever foolish enough to use them in this way. But, the scientists who released antibiotics into the world would have never seriously believed we would be using low-dose antibiotics to fatten livestock and remediate chronic infestations due to the appalling living conditions of the poor creatures we feed off.

Larger, swiftly taken doses of antibiotics are required to kill infections. Routine use of low level antibiotics simply do not work, thus making it inconceivable this kind of dosing would be used.

But, the farming industry adopted the use of low level antibiotics for livestock, foul and fish to reduce vet bills and because antibiotics considerably contribute to fattening up of their livestock.

This fattening effect is a direct response to the systemic dysfunctions created by the routine use of low level antibiotics. It causes sustained damage to the health of these poor creatures, resulting in weight gain.

Fungal Infections

But what are fungal infections and how do they impact us?

The truth of the matter is that fungal infections are no laughing matter, and despite many homes in the UK harbouring some form of mould, owing the the damp conditions in the UK providing a perfect breeding ground, mycotoxins are implicated in some of the most serious illness we are ever likely to contract.

***Hyper-flexible people, formerly known as double-jointed individuals, are much more likely to develop mycotoxic diseases.

Symptoms Of Fungal Infection

  • Learning difficulties
  • Insomnia
  • Severe mood swings
  • Migraines
  • ADD & Autism
  • Asthma and bronchitis
  • Tremors
  • Sinusitis
  • IBS
  • Fatigue
  • Neurological symptoms
  • Chronic Sleep Issues
  • Anxiety and/or depression
  • Hypersensitive – Reacting to chemicals, smells, foods, medications

Mycotoxic Related Conditions

Mycotoxins are carcinogenic, neurotoxic, hepatotoxic, immune suppressants, cardio-toxic, derma-toxic, lympho-toxic… everything in the body aside from our teeth are affected by mycotoxins!

Cancer & Mould

Mycotoxins are clearly implicated in cancer.

Cancers are difficult to differentiate from mycotoxins in terms of appearance and the way they develop.

It’s no coincidence we use mycotoxins to induce cancer in lab animals. One such variety is Aflatoxins.

The lab animals are injected with Aflatoxins and after a year or so they develop tumours.

Aflatoxins are a family of fungal toxins which are found on agricultural crops, such as maize, aka corn, and peanuts, cottonseed, and tree nuts.

The fungi predominantly responsible for producing aflatoxins are Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus.

These fungi proliferate profusely in warm and humid regions of the world.

These fungi proliferate profusely in warm and humid regions of the world.

The diseases caused by Aflatoxin consumption are loosely called Aflatoxicoses. Acute Aflatoxicosis results in death; chronic Aflatoxicosis results in cancer, immune suppression, and other “slow” pathological conditions.

Aflatoxin are the most lethal natural toxin known to man.

Like EMF Aflatoxins are a huge immune suppressant.

Mould & Other Health Implications

Alongside cancer, mould is implicated in a whole slew of other serious health conditions…

  • Diabetes
  • Seborrheic dermatitis – dandruff
  • Gout
  • Chronic yeast infections reveal intestinal fungal infection in 100% of cases
  • Chronic Sinusitis – Mayo Clinic reckons that 96% of all sinusitis has a fungal precursor and not bacterial.
  • Chronic Lung Infections
  • Bronchitis
  • Upper Respiratory Infections
  • Blood in urine
  • Hormone imbalance
  • Anaemia
  • Skin issues / rashes

***Many of these conditions are often treated with antibiotics, which makes them worse… anything which kills bacteria removes the primary inhibitor of mould growth.

Mycotoxins & Crohn’s Disease

Fungus in humans has been identified as a key factor in Crohn’s disease. Researchers have found strong fungal-bacterial interactions in those with Crohn’s disease.

Antibiotics & Mould

Antibiotic use is allowing fungal infections to proliferate in humans.

Antibiotics are linked to the five leading causes of cancer

Increased intake of Antibiotics = an increased risk of breast, lung, colo-rectal, prostate and NonHodgkin lymphoma (NHL)

Diabetes has also been identified for it’s association with mycotoxins. ***Antibiotics are used to induce diabetes in lab animals.

Fungus & Sickness :: Doug Kaufmann

Learn about the connection between chronic inflammation / autoimmune diseases, asthma and mould.

This is an introductory article on the subject of mould. There will be others to follow, such as:

Toxic Mould, which should be read in conjunction with this article.

Essential Oils For Environmental Mould

Essential Oils For Fungal Infections

Anti-Fungal, Insect Repellent & Salve

Natural Home Cleaning Products

How To Heal From Mould Infections

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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