Natural, At-Home Black Mold Detoxifying Agents and Methods

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The substances below work to bind with and remove mold present in the body. They can be used by anyone of any age. 

Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay is one of the most powerful detoxifying agents for fungal infections, such as black mold poisoning, as well as for other infections caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites. It works by absorbing toxins into its porous surface, where the toxins can be neutralized and then carried out of the body via the feces. Because bentonite clay expands in and absorbs water, it’s absolutely essential to drink plenty of water when using bentonite clay to avoid constipation (drinking extra water also aids the detoxification process in a general way). 

Follow the instructions below to administer bentonite clay as a black mold exposure treatment: 

 

  1. Take 1 teaspoon of bentonite clay and mix it in a glass of water (it may mix smoothly or be more clumpy; either way is fine, different clay batches are different). Drink this first separately from any food or supplements of any kind, since bentonite can also absorb and neutralize nutrients (which, of course, you wouldn’t want).
  2. Drink this 3 times per day. Take once in the morning, once around 3pm, and again in the evening before bed.
  3. Drink an extra glass of water, if you can, with each dose of bentonite, in addition to drinking extra water during other times of the day. Continue this protocol until you see complete relief in your symptoms and/or are certain that you are recovered. 

 

Activated Charcoal

Activated charcoal works in a similar way as bentonite clay. These two medicines may be used separately or together depending on your preference. It’s important with this detoxifying agent as well to drink plenty of water in order to ensure that the mold toxins can be effectively flushed out of your body. 

 

Take 1 teaspoon of activated charcoal in a glass of water. Drink with an extra glass of water, and take this dose 3 times per day. You may take charcoal with bentonite at the same time, or only take one of these at a time. Do not take charcoal with food or supplements since, again, it can absorb nutrients from the food or supplements (which is not desirable). Activated charcoal is also available in capsule form, which may be preferable to some people, in which case a dose equivalent to 1 teaspoon should be taken three times per day. Keep in mind that higher doses of charcoal can cause feces to turn a very dark or even black color for some people. 

Chlorophyll

Chlorophyll may be available as a liquid syrup or drink, or as a powder (in the form of wheatgrass powder, for instance) or even in capsule form. All of these are acceptable methods of administration for chlorophyll. Green leafy vegetables also contain high levels of chlorophyll, and incorporating steamed, boiled, or raw forms of these vegetables into your diet will also supply additional detoxifying chlorophyll. 

 

Chlorophyll also has some other additional benefits that make it particularly well suited to the treatment of black mold poisoning. Chlorophyllin, a water-soluble derivative of chlorophyll, is the main component that offers healing from mold exposure. This compound can protect DNA and prevent genetic mutations caused by environmental toxins, including aflatoxins from black mold, as well as preventing the development of certain cancers that may be caused by these environmental toxins (for example, black mold aflatoxins are connected to the development of gallbladder cancer). It also directly protects mitochondria from oxidative damage caused by said environmental toxins. In addition, not only can chlorophyll help remove black mold toxins from the body, it can also prevent the negative health effects caused by mold exposure in the first place, making it an ideal prophylactic medicine against environmental toxins.

 

Studies have shown that these benefits to health occur when a person ingests a minimum of between 100-150mg of chlorophyll daily. To detoxify the body from black mold, one should take this amount 3 times per day, ideal with a meal or a substantial snack. 

 

 

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