By now it’s quite obvious that mold is a different beast. Most people with mold sickness will be, or need to be, Detoxifying for upwards of 12-18 months. We know, it sounds like a lot, but considering how deep mold goes, (hello, mitochondria) it is a process. That may sound expensive and perhaps for some of us it is, but think about how much it costs to be consistently misdiagnosed and prescribed useless medication because a ‘root-cause’ doctor is like looking for a unicorn in the western world. What is great about MolDeze is the herbs are gentle yet efficient enough that you can cleanse back to back, taking a minimum of 7 days off in between cleanses to allow the body to rest, and even rotate out with parasite cleansing.
Yes, it probably sounds like life is only about cleansing and for a time, it should be. Commitment to your healing for a year or two pales in comparison to the years ahead of you that you will have your health back. It won’t be the same for everyone and some of us require a longer commitment. Your body will tell you when it’s time and when it’s too much. Breaks are ok, necessary even, especially when detoxing from mold. Mold brings out the worst emotionally–it has turned us into different people, so you may even find you’re getting reacquainted with a version of yourself you had forgotten before the sickness.
As you cleanse and repair your body, you will become hyper-aware of mold anywhere you go. Your body will immediately alert you, generally with itchy, irritated eyes/skin, sneezing, skin rashes, shortness of breath and mood swings. As we cleanse and begin to familiarize ourselves with what life SHOULD feel like, more will begin to surface. Accepting the reality that this is how healing works is half the heartbreak considering the world we live in, we will need consistent care to maintain our mental and physical health, even more so after mold exposure. Ironic that we clean everything else we own almost daily in one way or another, except our bodies. Imagine if you only dusted your house everytime you did a parasite cleanse or a mold detox? Our bodies deserve better and as you begin to prioritize your health and make time for routine detoxes to “take out the trash”, your body will show you its appreciation. Colors become brighter, sounds are clearer and you remember what it feels like to enjoy life again. Recovering from mold takes time, discipline and commitment because like parasites, mold will require more than just a 30 day protocol.