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Both wet and dry climates have Mold that can affect you

A dry desert climate like Death Valley and a very wet climate like Louisiana and East Texas share a unique problem — mold and fungal spores. It might seem counter-intuitive that such completely opposite climates share this identical problem.  However, fungus spores in the air, that are inhaled and lodge in your sinuses or lungs, […]

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James LEEDS Ashmore - i have benn using iodine on my colds for years and it work like a charm. It’s war and its an amazing battle. My friends think at first that I’m nuts. But when I’m doing it and kill those germs or mold spores for good and I’m no longer sick and they are in agony. They try it and can’t believe what happens. Instant death. Sometime you miss the signs when they attack but is just takes persistence. One ginger coated down the throat. Every three hours or as needed no swallowing. And up the nose as needed. Gone. What ever it is that’s there germs or mold spores.., it’s gone. You may ask me anything at any time. Thank you for listening. I’m in happy health to this day.

Chris - What is the best Seagate Product to eliminate fungals and/or mycotoxins? I read your nasal spray only prevents them.

Richard (Founder) - Chris- Since the Olive Leaf Nasal Spray is a homeopathic medicine, FDA regulations don’t allow us to state that it is an anti-fungal. They also make sure that we do not prescribe to people about medical conditions. So, the way I can answer your question is to say –what I would do if I had this problem: I would use the Nasal Spray and take the Olive Leaf Extract at the same time. If I thought the fungus was throughout my body, I would go on a very strict Mediterranean type of diet — no sugar, low carbs, no processed foods, sodas or alcohol, and eat a lot of fish, chicken, and vegetables .. just for starters. Here is a blog addressing sinus fungal problems you might be interested in reading.

Richard (Founder) - Iodine is a naturally-occurring chemical. Small amounts are good for you. But beyond small amounts, it can toxic. It is cited as a hazardous chemical by — OSHA, ACGIH, DOT and NIOS. Iodine is in seaweed which we produce, which is good for the thyroid. There are just “micrograms” of it in a serving. However, too much can harm the thyroid. Here are just a few warnings about it from the New Jersey Dept. of Health:
Iodine can affect you when inhaled and may be absorbed through the skin.
Contact can severely irritate and burn the skin and eyes.
Exposure can irritate the nose and throat.
Inhaling Iodine can irritate the lungs. Higher exposures may cause a build-up of fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema), a
medical emergency.
Iodine can cause headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.
Exposure to high concentrations, particularly in susceptible individuals, may cause a skin allergy.
High exposure to Iodine may affect the liver and kidneys.
Iodine may cause thyroid gland disturbance

Be very careful if you are playing doctor to your your friends and they get sick from your recommendations. Your friends may become plaintiffs and you the defendant.

Natural Relief for Joint Aches and Stiffness

Aches and stiffness don’t just come with age, but also with injury, chronic illness and environmental stress. Our joints undergo a great deal of pressure throughout the day. It’s easy to take them for granted until they start causing problems. Although your first instinct might be to pop anti-inflammatory pills like ibuprofen and naproxen, these […]

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