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Mold? Parasites? These are more common than you know, but we can help.

Aspergillus mold is one parasite found in the United States. When infection occurs, it affects the lungs and the sinuses causing presentations of respiratory distress, wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, sinus congestion, runny nose, sinus headaches, and even fever. This can look like a bad seasonal allergy response with yellow/green discharge from the eyes (no eye infection at that point). People of the United States are exposed to this every day, but this usually only causes unpleasant symptoms/infection when the terrain is compromised, and the immune system is weakened. To prevent this parasite, people should support their foundations to build a strong, healthy terrain. Focusing on, but not limited to, hydration, good quality sleep, movement, clean/anti-inflammatory diet, adaptation to stress, sunlight, and clean air supports terrain. As yucky as this is, along with all other parasites, it is something to realize we are exposed to many pathogens daily. We need to not become obsessed or live in fear, but to do our best to keep a healthy terrain and not stress about it, knowing we can support the body if we develop infection. Some things that may support someone infected by Aspergillus, include but are not limited to probiotics, herbs such as black walnut, wormwood, thyme, dandelion, garlic, also silver, activated charcoal, and even some essential oils, such as cinnamon EO, frankincense EO, peppermint EO applied topically with a carrier oil. Before any of these would be recommended we would want to be sure the elimination pathways were open first  to not push around toxins and cause more congestion and symptoms.  I usually recommend flower essences based on conversations with the client as mental/emotional imbalances usually play a part in weakening/strengthening the terrain.

This information provided is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prescribe

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