A Lot Of Mold
by Cheryl D
A Lot Of Mold In Your Home Can Effect Your Health Greatly
My imagination is visible to the eye now. I have a real problem. My apartment has a lot of mold, even black mold, also fungus. A couple of months ago I removed a mushroom from my bathroom wall.
I also have birds and squirrels nesting on the building's roof. Their duties drop close to my windows.
I have been getting problems on my head. The things I'm pulling out are thick like a piece of hair but coarser and have a black dot on the end. Some times my hair tip from the skull have a white coat on it.
I also seen things that look like tiny flies with a thing like a stinger on the rear. I have many scabs on head. I used rc shampoo; didn't work at all.
I feel things like slivers under skin on my head. Any idea what I'm dealing with????
My goodness! You certainly do have some troubles. Your biggest problem is most likely the fact that you have a lot of mold in your home. Mold can cause serious health issues.
Is there any way you can move out of your apartment into a mold free home? If that is absolutely not a possibility, you need to try to clean the walls, ceilings, etc., as best you can.
Mix about 10-15 drops of pure clove oil in 2 cups of water and put it in a spray bottle. Spray the moldy area and wipe with a rag, rinsing the
rag often. This will help keep the mold down some.
I'm no so concerned about the birds and squirrels as I am the mold and fungus. I suspect that is your biggest underlying issue.
I would also recommend that you cleanse your body with a good colon cleanse
. You need to get as much of the toxic material out of your system as possible to promote healing.
I would also suggest the use of nutritional supplements
to build up your body's own natural resources to fight off whatever is afflicting you.
It sounds like you've developed some internal parasites and they are targeting your scalp as your weakness.
As a topical treatment for your head, mix about 1 tsp. of eucalyptus oil into 1/4 cup of olive oil and thoroughly cover your hair and scalp before going to bed. Wrap a towel around your head to help keep it from being too messy and leave it on overnight.
The next morning, wash the oil out of your hair using a clarifying shampoo or some degreasing dish soap (like Dawn).
Repeat the process in about 5-6 days to be sure you've thoroughly done the job.
Anyone who has to deal with a lot of mold knows how difficult this can be and how much a lot of mold can affect your health. I hope you are able to move, but at the very least get some relief from your symptoms from some of these suggestions. To your good health!