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Pythium oligandrum for treating mould

Discussion in 'Addressing Biotoxin, Chemical & Food Sensitivities' started by Unim, Mar 16, 2014.

  1. Unim

    Unim

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    I have ordered some Pythium oligandrum to try on some rashes that I think are fungal. It's a mycoparasitic fungus.

    On the site I ordered it from (http://pythium-oligandrum.owndoc.com/) it also mentions using it on walls: "In Europe it's used fror everything from treating nail fungus to black fungus on walls".

    I have a mouldy cupboard I intend to try some on, if I have any left over. I can't find many details on using it for household mould; perhaps a lot of the information is not in English. I'm not sure how I will go about it, but I will give it a go.

    I had heard in the past about people treating mould with 'probiotics' to avoid harsh chemicals and releasing too many spores. Maybe it could be an option for those of us who can't move, or even to treat mouldy belongings.
     

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