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WorkNHope
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The day before yesterday, I went to a moldy place for a night. Today, I woke up with fatigue and sickness.

If I make an appointment with a Lyme doctor who knows mold, it's going to take a while to see him. I'm wondering whether I can just try some of the over-the-counter stuff to control mold right now.

I'm thinking charcoal and chorella as toxin binders in the gut.
For the nasal spray, I'm not sure. Researched the net and found "CITRIDROPS NASAL SPRAY" Not sure it will work.

What are your recommendation?

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modified citrus pectin, two spoonfuls, put in water, drink on empty stomach. about the same as cholestyramine.
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Microchitosan is good. As is Takesumi Supreme. Both great binders.

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Activated charcoal and fish oils has helped my daughter tremendously.

The recommendation from a Shoemaker Dr. is 2 capsules, 3x per day.

For nasal sprays, I use Xlear which I think Walmert has and Argentyn 23.

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Some very good recommendations above.

http://www.xlear.com/xlear-sinus-care/xylitol-products/adults/natural-nasal-spray/

Like tickalert, I recommend Xlear nasal spray has also been helpful for me in the past. Just be sure to wash off the nozzle with each use.

Adding to list of possible considerations:

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OLE Links - Olive Leaf Extract - for systemic anti-fungal action & immune support


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STINGING NETTLE LEAF (not root) - Links set


The herb, STINGING NETTLE may serve to compensate for the reaction by calming the cytokine & histamine reaction from mold exposure. It's also very nutritious.
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