“Dangerous fungal illnesses are spreading rapidly” reads the headlines but no rational medical solutions are proposed. From time to time, we read medical warnings of dangerous fungus illnesses spreading and then the concern disappears. Recently the warnings were about Valley Fever, but even worse fungal infections are on the loose. It seems modern medicine is not interested in anything they cannot make a vaccine for or apply antibiotics to. Too often they prescribe antibiotics to combat fungus but that is a complete and dangerous waste of time.
Fungi are ignored dreadful enemies that doctors are ill-equipped to treat. They are tough creatures that can live on rocks and easily flourish in our bodies. And unfortunately, doctors are all too eager to give them a helping hand with their use and overuse of antibiotics. This article, which could easily qualify as a short booklet, will take a careful look at these dangerous adversaries. My goal here is to present the most complete account of the enemy so prepare for a long read.
However, what really matters is what to do when we find ourselves infected. How do we treat fungal infections when the medical establishment ignores the best treatments just like they did with Covid? The bottom line to treating fungus, mold, and yeasts is to apply sodium bicarbonate (Baking Soda), chlorine dioxide, and iodine together to gang up on these nasty critters. We want to massacre them, overwhelm them in a massive attack. These three medicines, especially when used together are the best medicines for the job.
While we are directly attacking them it also life serving to simultaneously beef up our immune systems. Though these three powerful natural medicines can annihilate the enemy, we want to reinforce our internal natural defenses simultaneously.
Fungi are plants without chlorophyll and lack the ability to generate carbohydrates from sunlight and carbon dioxide. Most fungi prefer an oxygen-poor environment and live best under these conditions. Because of their low tolerance for oxygen and the acidic medium in which they thrive fungi (especially in the mycelial form) are sensitive to the destructive action of chlorine dioxide and bicarbonates, both of which increase oxygen, chlorine dioxide in the nascent form (O1) and bicarbonates in the molecular form O2. Nascent oxygen is the active agent of CLO2.
Our bodies need oxygen on a moment-to-moment basis and the higher the metabolism the more oxygen is needed and used. Cells will begin to rapidly deteriorate without an adequate supply of oxygen or when metabolism, due to iodine deficiencies goes south. The body’s requirement for oxygen makes oxygen the most important nutrient needed by the body. Dr. David Brownstein indicates that iodine is alkaline and the body uses iodine to recover from an acid state, which is the same as saying from a low oxygen state.
We can see how iodine is vital in cancer treatment because it provokes cell apoptosis and kills viruses, bacteria, and fungus on contact (infections cause as much as 40 percent of cancers) and because iodine is crucial in metabolism and oxygen delivery to the cells. Any element that threatens the oxygen-carrying capacity of the human body will promote cancer growth. Likewise, any therapy that improves oxygen function can be expected to enhance the body’s defenses against cancer.
It is helpful to remember while reading about the fungus that many believe fungus and cancer is one. That they are one and the same thing and certainly they come together in late-stage cancer patients. They certainly share the same metabolism which is fermentation. It is also helpful to understand that under hypoxic conditions (low oxygen) cells have two choices. They can either die through suffocation or turn cancerous by turning to fermentation, which kind of turns them into fungi-type organisms.
Dr. Luke Curtis is reporting on research that deals with 27 lungs “cancer” patients who were later diagnosed with lung “fungus” instead of lung cancer. “Fungal infection can present with clinical and radiological features that are indistinguishable from thoracic malignancy, such as lung nodules or masses.” Most doctors who diagnose lung cancer are unaware of the fact that cancer mimics fungal infections.
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 anti-fungal medications, and the total costs of the medical treatment of infectious diseases caused by pathogenic fungi are estimated in the order of hundreds of billions of Euros.”
Meeting the Enemy
Research by Dundee life scientists is revealing the remarkable abilities of fungi to interact with minerals and metals. Led by Professor Geoffrey Gadd in the College of Life Sciences, the research explores the unique taste that fungi seem to have for rock and heavy metal. This environmental science has demonstrated the incredible power of fungi, to eat through concrete and to absorb heavy metals such as mercury and uranium in the environment.
In Nature we read, “Although viruses and bacteria grab more attention, fungi are the planet’s biggest killers. Of all the pathogens being tracked, fungi have caused more than 70% of the recorded global and regional extinctions, and now threaten amphibians, bats and bees. The Irish potato famine in the 1840s showed just how devastating such pathogens can be. Phytophthora infestans (an organism similar to and often grouped with fungi) wiped out as much as three-quarters of the potato crop in Ireland and led to the death of one million people.”
Researchers estimate that there are 1.5-5 million species of fungi in the world, but only 100,000 have been identified. Reports of new types of fungal infection in plants and animals have risen nearly tenfold since 1995.
During their life cycle fungi depend on other living beings, which must be exploited to different degrees for their feeding. Fungi can develop from the hyphae, the beak-shaped specialized structures that allow the penetration of the host. The shape of a fungus is never defined; it is imposed by the environment in which the fungus develops. Fungi can implement an infinite number of modifications to their own metabolism in order to overcome the defense mechanism of the host. These modifications are implemented through plasmatic and biochemical actions as well as by a volumetric increase (hypertrophy) and numerical hyperplasia of the cells that have been attacked.
In 1999, Meinolf Karthaus, MD watched three different children
with leukemia suddenly go into remission upon receiving a
triple antifungal drug cocktail for their “secondary” fungal infections.
Doctors and Dentists at Fault
Dr. Elmer Cranton, says that “Yeast overgrowth is partly iatrogenic (caused by the medical profession) and can be caused by antibiotics.” Fungi (e.g., Aspergillus fumigatus) are not affected by antibiotics and neither are viruses. If not given correct treatment (antifungal medication) the prognosis is that 50% of those infected will die inside five years. In fact, the overuse of antibiotics leads to fungal infections. Allopathic doctors practicing pharmaceutical medicine are a lost cause now that pathogens are rebelling against what we have been doing with antibiotics these past decades.
When fungi become systemic from gut inflammation and the overuse of antibiotics,
you can see how the whole body—again, the eyes, liver, gallbladder, muscles and
joints, kidneys, and skin—becomes involved in inflammatory bowel disease.
Dr. Dave Holland
Heavy metals create contaminated environments both inside and outside the cells. These environments attract all kinds of pathogens—viruses, bacteria and fungi. Many cancers are caused by heavy metal contamination. According to the observations made by Dr. Yoshiaki Omura, all cancer cells have mercury in them. The single greatest source of mercury contamination is mercury-containing dental amalgam and doctors around the world still inject children with mercury-containing vaccines.
Each year in the U.S. an estimated 40 tons of mercury is used to prepare mercury-amalgam dental restorations. Scientific studies have concluded that amalgam is the source of more than two-thirds of the mercury in our human population. Daily each amalgam releases on the order of 10 micrograms of mercury into the body. This mercury either accumulates in the body or is excreted via urine and feces into our wastewater systems. However, about 20 tons a day are put into the atmosphere through coal-fired electric plants, incinerators, and crematoriums.
“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 anti-fungal medicines in the world, are only 20%, at best,” writes Dr. David Holland.
Doug A. Kaufman wrote:
The day I wrote this, a young lady phoned into my syndicated radio talk show. Her three-year-old daughter was diagnosed last year with leukemia. She believes antifungal drugs and natural immune system therapy has been responsible for saving her daughter’s life. She is now telling others with cancer about her daughter’s case. After hearing her story, a friend of hers with bone cancer asked her doctor for a prescriptive antifungal drug. To her delight, this medication, meant to eradicate fungus, was also eradicating her cancer. She dared not share this with her physician, telling him only that the antifungal medication was for a “yeast” infection. When she could no longer get the antifungal medication, the cancer immediately grew back. Her physician contended that a few antifungal pills surely should have cured her yeast infection. It is my contention, however, that the reason this medication worked was because she did have a yeast infection not a vaginal infection for which this medication was prescribed; a fungal infection of the bone that may have been mimicking bone cancer.”
A medical textbook used to educate Johns Hopkins medical students
in 1957, Clinical and Immunologic Aspects of Fungous Diseases,
declared that many fungal conditions look exactly like cancer!
Doug A. Kaufmann
The Germ That Causes Cancer
Cancer is a biologically-induced
spore (fungus) transformation disease.
Dr. Milton W. White
“In some cases, the aggressive power of fungi is so great as to allow it, with only a cellular ring made up of three units, to tighten in its grip, capture and kill its prey in a short time notwithstanding the prey’s desperate struggling. Fungus, which is the most powerful and the most organized micro-organism known, seems to be an extremely logical candidate as a cause of neoplastic proliferation,’ says Dr. Tullio Simoncini. “Candida albicans clearly emerges as the sole candidate for tumoral proliferation.”
Face the Fungi
Fungi’s relationship to disease remains a difficult and controversial topic and is not really popular with doctors who hold tightly to their antibiotics and obsession with bacteria and viruses. Mainstream orthodox medicine misses the boat entirely on the treatment of fungi, yeast and molds with both the cancer and diabetes establishments “standards of care” lacking antifungal medications.
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Science stated in 1993, that the mycotoxin, aflatoxin b1, made by Aspergillus fungus, is known to cause p53 mutations. Mycotoxins, made by fungi, are among the most carcinogenic substances known to science. The Aspergillus mold toxin, aflatoxin B1, inhibits the breakdown of both glucose, or simple sugar, and glycogen. Fungi and the mycotoxins they produce impacts our genetic code, causing alterations that are found in a majority of cancers.
Doug Kaufman said, “Altering a cell’s DNA amounts to changing the environmental code of that cell. Once changed the cell may respond differently – or not at all to outside hormones and enzymes that normally stimulate it to perform necessary functions. As one example of genetic alteration, aflatoxin B1 causes a break in DNA that alters the p53 tumor expression gene. Changes in this gene allow the cell to proliferate out of control. So, it’s no accident that this same mycotoxin can also go on to cause liver cancer.”
Fungi are found in foods that we eat every day. Our primary concern is the long-term effects of ingesting food contaminated with low levels of mycotoxins,” and that carcinogenic toxins, such as aflatoxin, a by-product of the Aspergillus molds, is a “common contaminant of peanuts, soybeans, grains and cassava. It’s a “frequent contaminant of wheat and corn.” Without a properly functioning immune system, we’re at risk of succumbing to various infectious and chronic diseases. Fungi invade our grain food supply because grains-a source of carbohydrates-are their favorite food.
Fungi are parasites whose mission is to invade a larger host.
Given a chance they will alter our body chemistries to suit their needs.
In their refutation of the theory of autoimmunity Kaufman and Holland explain that in Type 1 diabetes it is entirely plausible that invading fungi have altered beta cells, remained undetected, yet set off the body’s immune defense system, which is unable to destroy the offending fungi allowing them to continue to invade other beta cells and progressively lead to total destruction and a complete lack of insulin. The extremely manipulative ways that fungi work to ensure their own food supply is highly characteristic of their nature.
A Japanese study suggests that fungal mold toxins have the ability to
signal the beta cells in the pancreas to shut them off by killing them.
A.V. Constantini, MD, former head of the WHO Collaborating Center for Mycotoxins in Food has spent 20 years studying and collecting data on the role fungi and mycotoxins play in devastating diseases. In his research, he found a number of fungi that demonstrate specific toxicity to the pancreas.