There are a lot of molds and mildews in our world but many of them don’t harm our bodies. This list was developed from the index of a medical book called A Colour Atlas of Pathologic Fungi  by D. Frey, R.J. Oldfield, and R. C. Bridger. Some of these fungi are real buggers to get rid of but homeopathics seem to do the best work on them. Sometimes Myrrh Gum Powder capsules will work as well.

In recent years we’ve had so much flooding that black molds which are very toxic are popping up all over the place. It’s big (but dangerous) business to remove them. Once you’ve been sensitized to one mold or fungus, the body is pretty good breeding ground for others. Candida (yeast) is considered a pathogenic mold. Many many clients with chronic diseases (including cancer) have yeast as a core cause of their health challenges. When you’ve got yeast you’re allergic to hundreds of other things. For some reason it sensitizes the body to more allergens. This is one reason why I like to work with my clients to prepare their bodies for a 5-Day Water Only fast. This gets rid of the yeast in a hurry and lots of the other allergies go away as well. But you do need to prepare for that experience. Not many clients follow through with my suggestion.

Except for nail, skin and foot fungus, fungi (molds and mildews) are often difficult to diagnose because it takes so long for them to grow in the lab and you have to have special mediums to grow them on so it’s like trying to diagnose what an animal has been poisoned with—you have to have a pretty good guess to start the process. It’s a bit discouraging. Anyway, here’s the list. . . 

  • Absidia corymbifera or ramose
  • Achorion gallinae
  • Actinomadura spp.
  • Actinomyces spp.
  • Ajellomyces dermatididis
  • Aleurisma brasiliensis
  • Allersheria boydii
  • Arthroderma spp.
  • Aspergillus spp.
  • Basidiobolus spp
  • Blastomyces spp
  • Cadophora  spp
  • Candida albicans
  • Cercospora apii
  • Chrysosporium spp
  • Cladosporium spp
  • Cladothrix asteroids
  • Coccidioides immitis
  • Cryptococcus neoformans
  • Cunninghamella elegans
  • Dematium wernecke
  • Discomyces israelii
  • Emmonsia spp
  • Emmonsiella capsulate
  • Endomyces geotrichum
  • Entomophthora coronate
  • Epidermophyton floccosum
  • Filobasidiella neoformans
  • Fonsecaea spp.
  • Geotrichum candidum
  • Glenospora khartoumensis
  • Gymnoascus gypseus
  • Haplosporangium parvum
  • Histoplasma spp
  • Hormiscium dermatididis
  • Hormodendrum spp.
  • Keratinomyces spp
  • Langeronia soudanense
  • Leptosphaeria senegalensis
  • Lichtheimia corymbifera
  • Lobmyces loboi
  • Loboa loboi
  • Lobomycosis
  • Madurella spp.
  • Malassezia furfur
  • Micrococcus pelletieri
  • Microsporum  spp (ringworm)
  • Monilia spp.
  • Mucor spp.
  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  • Nannizzia spp.
  • Neotestudina rosatii
  • Nocardia spp.
  • Oidium albicans
  • Oospora lactis
  • Paracoccidioides brasiliensis
  • Petriellidium boydii
  • Phialophora spp.
  • Piedraia hortae
  • Pityrosporum furfur
  • Pullularia gougerotii
  • Pyrenochaeta romeroi
  • Rhinosporidium seeberi
  • Sabouraudites (Microsporum)
  • Sartorya fumigate
  • Sepedonium
  • Sporotrichum spp.
  • Streptomyce spp.
  • Tinea spp. (ringworm)
  • Torula spp
  • Trichophyton spp (ringworm)
  • Trichosporon spp
  • Zopfia rosatii

 

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