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tickled1
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I just got back a few days ago from a Disney trip with my family. This is the first time in years that I've felt well enough to pull this off.

I felt good while there and actually, much to my surprise, felt good enough to walk the parks and had a great time.

We stayed at a beautiful condo which I loved in every way except when the AC kicked on at night I could smell the mold. It actually woke me up.

On the last day there I started feeling really sick and now I've been sick every since (this is day 4). I have been incredibly fatigued and am sore all over and am either sleeping or lying around most of the day.

I suspect this has to do with the mold. What can I do to feel better now?

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Take modified citrus pectin-help removes the mold toxins
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tickled1
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Thanks beths, I'll look into that!
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I checked it out and am wondering if it can be used with low dose naltrexone and it claims to work on the immune system in a similar way.
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Thieves essential oil can be taken internally for mold.

Start with 2 drops Thieves to 8 drops organic olive oil in a capsule, once a day. I took it at night before bed.

Then slowly work up to 4 drops Thieves to 10 to 12 olive oil, once a day.

You can get the empty capsules at Whole Foods.

I ordered the Thieves online, Young Living brand.

You can google all the uses for Thieves; it's amazing stuff.

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I didn't know thieves oil could be taken internally.
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Me either I breathe it in regularly with a diffuser

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An ND recommended it when I got sick from a moldy building.

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Me either I breathe it in regularly with a diffuser

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I take Byron White A-FNG for chronic mold exposure in my home. Strong stuff,
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I'm on the A-FNG also but have to take it with his detox formulas for the herxing headaches etc. Also moved to mold free house and stopped eating sugar wheat etc. It is working better than anything so far. We have a very good airfilter too. Listen to the Byron White lecture on his blog and you will see how his formulas are meant to be taken. Lots of doctors don't get it. I think they are too busy to educate themselves on how to use them or they just think it's like all the meds they prescribe: one dose fits all. They aren't!
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When we have a mold "hit", our LLMD puts us on FlexNow supplement 2x per day (at Vitamin Shoppe) for 2 weeks, along with a homeopathic cream (SyCircue) at bedtime.

Along with this, bedtime binders (charcoal, pectin, etc.)

We recently had a similar mold hit when we went to a moldy cabin for a weekend. Ugh.

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