This picture comes from a person’s house in Salem where I have my practice. She received a mold-growing kit from us. They are very similar to the ones you may have used in high school biology. The lid was left open for about an hour and then closed for about 8 days to let the molds and bacteria grow. This is what we call the harvest and could be the reason behind multiple health issues that often go misdiagnosed.
A friend of mine, who is a chiropractic neurology doctor, had a persistent cough and couldn’t get over a sinus congestion. He just didn’t feel well for months. A short while later, they had discovered a water leak in their house that was never taken care of.
After a few months, someone had suggested they check their house for mold. After ripping up the kitchen floor they found black mold growing deep inside the structures. This was causing his respiratory issues. Their house was condemned, and after a lawsuit and months of battling his insurance company, they bought him a brand-new house. He will have chronic lung issues for the rest of his life. Mold is a major problem here in the northwest but it’s becoming more of a problem elsewhere.
When this mold grows in your esophagus, this infection is known as eosinophilic esophagitis. If the infection grows in your upper sinus cavities it is called eosinophilic rhinitis. Here are three things you can do if you think you are a target.
1. Get a mold growing kit for only a few dollars and place them around your house and see if you grow mold.
2. If you have mold you must do mold remediation. You may have to report this to the appropriate authorities as well. And you have to get this cleaned up or you will never get healthy.
3. You must bolster your immune system. We use a specific immunological protocol that can help do this for you.
If you have any suspicions or questions about how household mold can cause serious infections or to discuss our immunological protocol, email us at [email protected].
– Dr. Peter Lind
Dr Peter Lind practices metabolic and neurologic chiropractic in his wellness clinic in Salem, Oregon. USA. He is the author of 3 books on health, one novel, and hundreds of wellness articles. His clinical specialty is in physical, nutritional, and emotional stress.
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