Why is inhaling mold in your indoor environment for a prolonged amount of time so dangerous? Well, for one, your sinus sits right in front of your brain, and provides a direct avenue to both the brain and the bloodstream. But, if you are someone who likes visual proof and medical explanations of this sort of thing, I have a show for you.
This latest clip from Know the Cause features Dr. Dennis, and discusses a story about mold in the human sinus. Dr. Dennis talks about two patients with mold in their sinuses. Their particular cases were so groundbreaking, in terms of mold illness studies, that he later published a paper on them with the late Dr. Jack Thrasher.
The two, very sick female patients had both been living in their moldy homes, had many different symptoms, not limited to sinusitis, and were not responding to the maximum sinus and body protocol treatments for the mold.
Here is the video: