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Nature: The Original Chemist

We frequently see a contrast drawn between what is “natural” and what is “chemical.” Sometimes products are described as “chemical-free” even though every physical object is made of chemicals. 1,418 more words

New Mycotoxins Mould/Mold Toxins Test

At last, I have managed to get my hands on the RealTime Labs Mycotoxins test for you and have listed it on the shop. Not cheap by any means but, since inhaled mould toxins have been linked to quite a few chronic diseases in recent years, it might be money worth spent to check it out of your illness is not resolving and you suspect it. 949 more words

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The Truth About Those Trails We See Frequently in Our Skies

Here is a short video I put together myself back in 2013. In 2008 I’d photographed the lines in the sky I’d seen, then again in 2011, and having seen the odd headline about ‘chemtrails’ I decided to research them. 709 more words

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Treatment Recap: Month 18

ONE AND A HALF YEARS OF TREATMENT DOWN!! Given that my initial estimate timeframe for treating was 3-5 years, this could mean I’m halfway there folks! 1,563 more words

Dog Care

People with the extreme sensitivities that come with mold/MCS often cannot handle having pets in the house. And I am so sorry for that. Thankfully, my family has an Australian Labradoodle, which is hypoallergenic all the way. 521 more words

Living With It

Mycotoxin Symptoms – What You Should Know!

Mycotoxins are natural substances produced by moulds. All natural materials and many man-made ones are subject to contamination by moulds and under favourable environmental conditions, when temperature and moisture are conducive, these fungi proliferate and may produce mycotoxins. 51 more words

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Things You Need To Know About Storage Mycotoxin

Mycotoxins are a common problem on farms, and are natural substances produced by moulds. All natural materials and many man-made ones are subject to contamination by moulds and under favourable environmental conditions, when temperature and moisture are conducive, these fungi proliferate and may produce mycotoxins. 98 more words