Sunday, January 23, 2011

Have You Ever Wondered How to Test Yourself For Mold Exposure?


Most people with Lyme disease have had past and or present mold exposure from a residence, school, office or church. You can have harmful mold spores in your home without visible signs of water damage leaks or mold. You can not see mold spores in the air. Even if your mold exposure was in the past if you have not treated it before you need to now because there is a good chance it could still be making you sick. 


Scott from BetterHealthGuy.comhttp://betterhealthguy.com/joomla/index.php posted a link to a excellent summary on how to test for mold exposure. Get tested & then treat!!! 


Here is the link to how to test yourself for mold exposure.


http://www.survivingmold.com/diagnosis/lab-tests


http://www.survivingmold.com/


VCS APTitude Test ~ do a visual test here. 



 

9 comments:

  1. I just found your blog while researching chanca piedra. A friend suggested I take it when I started having gallbladder problems a week ago. I ordered it from Raintree as that is where I get Cat's Claw and started taking it yesterday morning....and today I am herxing! Iwas so stunned when the neuropathy increased and I started to feel awful....it seems to be slowly helping the gallbladder and liver, and it it also killing off bugs. I started researching and found Dr. harris's mention of it in Connie's book and then your blog posts. Very comforting to hear this. I am being told through muscle testing that it is killing Lyme and not Babs yet. And Bart which I question. I find with muscle testing that the bugs get inthe way of truthful answers sometimes.
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