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Are You Ready to Kick Mold Out of YOUR LIFE?

If you've been exposed to mold, even if you're no longer in the mold,

it can stay with you, in your body, affecting EVERY body system.

You're not crazy. 

It's time to fight back.

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Case study: Annie

Meet Annie, a 36-year-old woman who had always been an active and vibrant individual. Her life took an unexpected turn when she moved into a new home. Unbeknownst to her, her home harbored hidden mold growth, triggering a relentless battle against mold illness. Sarah began experiencing a myriad of debilitating symptoms, prominently brain fog, insomnia, and fatigue. Her once sharp mind became clouded, making it increasingly challenging to concentrate and recall information. Accompanying this mental fog was an overwhelming exhaustion that engulfed her daily life, leaving her drained and devoid of energy.  

Fatigue and brain fog are THE TWO MOST COMMON SYMPTOMS OF MOLD. 


Case study: Peter

Meet Peter, a 72 year old man, who moved out of his mold-infested home. Following his relocation to a mold-free environment, Peter hoped for relief from the debilitating symptoms he had been experiencing. However, his optimism was short-lived as he continued to grapple with persistent respiratory and gastrointestinal (GI) issues. The exposure to mold in his previous residence had left a lasting impact on his health, causing chronic respiratory distress, including coughing, wheezing, and sinus congestion. Additionally, Peter's GI tract suffered, leading to recurrent digestive problems like abdominal pain, bloating, and irregular bowel movements. Despite his efforts to distance himself from the moldy environment, Peter faced an arduous journey in aiming to regain a sense of normalcy and well-being in his life.

Even moving out of a mold-infested environment is NOT ENOUGH IN 50% OF CASES.

If You've Been Affected By Mold, You Know That It Messes With:

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