Bicarbonate to the Rescue for Fungal and Yeast Infections in COVID Patients

Published on February 2, 2021

This is an EMERGENCY ALERT about what is happening to COVID hospital patients and, even more importantly, what is happening to the rest of us who are forced to wear masks, which can potentially be more deadly than the virus. Some people have labeled masks as mussels, but a better way of characterizing the situation is the mass suffocation of the human race, clearly a crime against humanity?

A hushed panic is playing out in hospitals worldwide since well before COVID as a deadly fungus has been spreading, killing up to 50 % of those infected. Individual institutions, national, state, and local governments have been reluctant to publicize outbreaks of this drug-resistant infection, arguing there is no point in scaring patients — or prospective ones, meaning they do not want to scare patients away from going to hospitals. However, COVID did a perfect job of scaring patients from hospitals anyway, so what was the point?

Scientists at CDC are warning against an even worse pandemic than COVID will come from a yeast-like fungus. ‘Candida Auris,’ a fungus that resembles the Black Plague, which is already busy killing COVID patients. They refer to C. Auris as the "perfect pathogen" and said that should the fungus enter the bloodstream; it becomes fatal. They also added that it becomes even deadlier if it enters the body through catheters or other tube-based equipment in hospitals.

Have you noticed that you hardly ever read anything in the medical news about fungus and yeast infections even though they kill millions? Perhaps because doctors are miserable at diagnosing and treating these kinds of conditions? Pharmaceutical companies certainly do not want to embarrass doctors or hospitals or tell them or us anything about the cheapest, safest way of treating fungal and yeast infections, which is with sodium bicarbonate.

Delayed Health Time Bomb

The New York Post reports that wearing a mask all the time to prevent the spread of the coronavirus — is leading to all kinds of dental disasters like decaying teeth, receding gum lines, and seriously sour breath. These are only some of the reasons wearing masks is unreasonable and certainly not safe.

"We’re seeing inflammation in people’s gums that have been healthy forever, and cavities in people who have never had them before," says Dr. Rob Ramondi, a dentist and co-founder of One Manhattan Dental. "This is impacting about 50% of our patients, [so] we decided to name it ‘mask mouth’ — after ‘meth mouth.’"

"Gum disease — or periodontal disease — will eventually lead to strokes and an increased risk of heart attacks," says Dr. Marc Sclafani, another co-founder of One Manhattan Dental. He says the stinky syndrome is triggered by face coverings since wearing a mask increases the mouth’s dryness — and a buildup of bad bacteria.

"People tend to breathe through their mouth instead of through their nose while wearing a mask," says Sclafani. "The mouth breathing is causing the dry mouth, which leads to a decrease in saliva — and saliva is what fights the bacteria and cleanses your teeth."

Masking children triggers mouth breathing, which has been shown to cause "long, narrow faces, narrow mouths, high palatal vaults, dental malocclusion, gummy smiles, and many other unattractive facial features," according to the Journal of General Dentistry.

The Story Only Gets Worse

The hot trash stench that gets trapped inside the mask can be a source of mouth sores like this one, says Maggie Kober, MD, a dermatologist with an online dermatology service, Apostrophe. "The face mask traps warm moisture that is produced when we exhale," says Dr. Kober. "For those with acne, this can lead to acne flares. For many others, this warm moist environment surrounding skin creates the perfect condition for naturally occurring yeast and bacteria to flourish and grow more abundant. This overgrowth of yeast and bacteria can produce angular cheilitis, the cracking and sores at the corner of the mouth."

Tanya Kormeili, MD, board-certified dermatologist in Santa Monica, adds that one particular yeast—candida—loves the humid climate captured by your mask. And if your lips are constantly dry, the urge to compulsively lick them will only make the persistent yeast more at home. "If you are drooling extra under that hot mask, you may be at higher risk," says Dr. Kormeili. "If moisture and saliva get trapped in the corners of your mouth, they become a breeding ground for Candida. As the yeast grows, you become more red and inflamed, and so the cycle continues."

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COVID, Fungus and Yeast Infections

The cases of a deadly fungus, candida Auris have started to appear across hospitals in the US after being highlighted by a Florida hospital. According to reports, dozens of people treated for COVD at a Florida hospital last summer became additionally infected with a mysterious, deadly Candida Auris. The multidrug-resistant yeast was first identified in Japan in 2009 and has been a top priority for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in recent years because of its increasing global spread.

  • Figures show fungal diseases cause hundreds of thousands of deaths
  • Death often follows severe respiratory illness and infections of the blood 
  • Experts warn fungi kill more people than malaria and tuberculosis globally
  • They also destroy a third of all food crops, affecting global economies

According to experts, invasive infections with any Candida species can be fatal. The CDC says that 30-60 percent of people with C. Auris infections have died. People suffering from comorbidities are at a higher risk of death. C. Auris is associated with up to 40 percent in-hospital mortality and is usually caught inside health-care settings, especially when people have feeding or breathing tubes or catheters placed in large veins.

LA County officials are warning about multiple reports of the fungus, Candida Auris, in health-care facilities; there is also an increase in reports of the fungus in Orange County.

Candida Auris is an emerging fungus that presents a serious global health threat. The CDC is concerned about C. Auris for three main reasons:

  1. It is often multidrug-resistant, meaning that it is resistant to multiple antifungal drugs commonly used to treat Candida infections. Some strains are resistant to all three available classes of antifungals.
  2. It is difficult to identify with standard laboratory methods, and it can be misidentified in labs without specific technology. Misidentification may lead to inappropriate management.
  3. It has caused outbreaks in health-care settings. For this reason, it is important to quickly identify C. Auris in a hospitalized patient so that health-care facilities can take special precautions to stop its spread.

Antifungal medicines commonly used to treat other fungal infections often don’t work on C. Auris. Doctors and medical organizations like the CDC would rather let patients with C. Auris die than promote sodium bicarbonate as the best medical solution for these infections.

More Deady Fungus Infections and COVID

Doctors at a medical facility in Delhi have reported multiple cases of a deadly fungal infection in patients, which they claim was triggered by Covid-19. The fungal infection, called mucormycosis, has caused many of the patients to lose their eyesight.

Physicians at the Sir Ganga Ram hospital in Delhi have diagnosed mucormycosis in over 12 patients. It can lead to loss of eyesight, affect the nose and jaw bone, and lead to 50% mortality when it involves the brain in about fifteen days.

Last July, a team of researchers has for the first time discovered hybrid fungus involved in lung infections and are investigating the role of fungi in Covid-19. Several Covid-19 patients have died owing to concomitant infection by Aspergillus.

"In about 90 percent of cases, infection by Aspergillus is caused by A.fumigatus, but in some human genetic diseases, A.nidulans is a more frequent cause. "To our surprise, six out ten samples contained a fungus that had never before been found to infect people," said Gustavo Henrique Goldman. The fungus gains significant advantages from being a hybrid.

"Fungal infections cannot only be extremely contagious, but they also go hand in hand with leukemia—every oncologist knows this. And these infections are devastating: once a child who has become a bone marrow transplant recipient gets a "secondary" fungal infection, his chances of living, despite all the antifungal medicines in the world, are only 20%, at best," writes Dr. David Holland.

Over one million people worldwide are misdiagnosed with tuberculosis when in reality they have an incurable disease with a similar outlook to many cancers, says a report published in 2011 in the Bulletin of the WHO. The condition called "chronic pulmonary aspergillosis" (CPA) is a fungal infection, not a bacterial infection. Is this incurable, totally drug-resistant TB infection fungal or bacterial? It looks very much like, or is identical to, TB when doctors look at it on a chest X-ray, and it has very similar symptoms initially. Doctors mistake it for TB and prescribe antibiotics as standard practice.

Fungus Known As Candida Auris Could Cause
A Pandemic More Fatal Than COVID


A projection of the C. Auris fungus on a microscope slide.
CreditMelissa Golden for The New York Times

Dr. Johanna Rhodes, an infectious disease expert at Imperial College London, said, "We are driving this with the use of anti-fungicides on crops. We’ve never heard of it. It’s just spread like wildfire."

The over-prescription of antimicrobial drugs has laid the groundwork for this relatively new germ that preys on people with weakened immune systems, according to the New York Times. According to the CDC, Candida Auris kills almost half of all patients who contract it within 90 days – as it’s impervious to most major antifungal medications. First described in 2009 after a 70-year-old Japanese woman showed up at a Tokyo hospital with C. Auris in her ear canal, the aggressive yeast infection has spread across Asia and Europe – arriving in the US by 2016.

Candida species are by far the predominant cause of fungal sepsis, accounting for about 5% of all sepsis casesCandida accounts for 70–90% of all invasive fungal infections, and Aspergillus accounts for 10–20%. Candida is commonly found in healthy amounts in the throat, gut, and vagina, but Candida yeasts can cause an infection when they grow out of control. People who have compromised immune systems are at the highest risk of developing fungal infections. Now it seems people who wear masks are at increased risk!

Many of these patients do not need to die. Still, it seems like doctors, hospitals, and medical institutions would rather them perish than admit that sodium bicarbonate is the best antifungal for this and other fungal infections. Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, has significant antifungal effects. Laboratory studies show that baking soda is effective against most fungal species. Bicarbonate inhibited the growth of 80 percent of fungal isolates tested in one study. Many studies have shown that sodium bicarbonate at high concentrations has an antimicrobial effect over several microorganisms isolated from the oral cavity, including Candida albicans.


Some think that baking soda is the most potent antifungal substance there is because of its ability to rapidly change the Candida colonies’ pH from acid to alkaline, which effectively kills off the yeast before it has time to adapt to new environments. The problem with antifungal drugs is that fungi are extremely adaptive and can accommodate themselves to a new environment in three to four days. This renders antifungal drugs largely ineffective. Fungi do not adapt to baking soda.

"It is a creature from the black lagoon," said the CDC’s Dr. Tom Chiller, who heads the fungal branch. "It bubbled up, and now it is everywhere." In the last five years alone, it has swept through a hospital in Spain, hit a neonatal unit in Venezuela, spread throughout India, Pakistan, and South Africa, and forced a prestigious British medical center to close its ICU for nearly two weeks.

Simply put, fungi are evolving defenses to resist and survive modern medications. "It’s an enormous problem," said Imperial College of London fungal epidemiology professor Matthew Fisher, who co-authored a recent scientific review on the rise of resistant fungi. "We depend on being able to treat those patients with antifungal medications" that are no longer working for this infection. We need to call in the calvary on bicarbonate medicine to save the day.

Lockdowns, masks, and the "vaccines" are essentially a mass experiment on humanity, which obviously will not end well, but it must end.  


Science Daily said, "Infectious diseases are the world’s number-one cause of death, with pathogenic fungi being responsible for extremely dangerous infections. Worldwide, more than €6 billion are spent each year on antifungal medications," that mostly don’t work.

Conclusion – Medical Tyranny

The CDC Announces All Travelers Must Wear TWO Masks, Threatens Arrest starting February 1. With "double masking" now being openly pushed, a new slippery slope of mask-wearing has been introduced, with some articles beginning to promote TRIPLE masking to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Have they gone insane?

What can we say about the CDC who has doctors injected babies with mercury, which they say is as safe as apple pie in the flu vaccine? Now they are threatening 330 million people with dangerous masks without a care in the world for the consequences. Just what we would expect from a terrorist organization.

There is no hiding the fact that baking soda, the same stuff that can save a person’s life in the emergency room in a heartbeat, is a primary fungal treatment option of the safest, most effective kind. When taken orally with water, especially with water containing high magnesium content, and or when used transdermally in medicinal baths, sodium bicarbonate becomes a first-line medicinal for treating fungus infections.

The human race is being abused by health officials and politicians doing exactly the wrong things to protect us and save lives. In stark terms, they send more people to their graves than saving. It was bad enough they took us out of the sun and deprived us of vitamin D, destroyed millions of peoples’ lives and economies. Now we are finding out that getting billions to wear masks leads to another health disaster that could be far crueler than COVID.

Dr. Mark Sircus AC., OMD, DM (P)

Professor of Natural Oncology, Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine
Founder of Natural Allopathic Medicine

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