I made it to my hotel room for the conference on mold remediation. An hour until the welcome reception starts.
The hotel lobby was full of people wearing perfume and the elevator smelled like bleach so badly that I chose to take the stairs when I did not have to lug my luggage… but besides that, the room seems decent. No visible mold. No smells.
I did bring my propolis diffuser… just in case there is invisible mold in the air. I run it 24/7 at home… and I packed it in my suitcase to run here.
“The propolis vaporizer is a strategy to make the house mold free. An Italian study showed that if you vaporize propolis at 82.3 C, it creates a monoatomic vapour of propolis in the house that kills every single living microbe in the air, making homes safe for the children. Its a fantastic tool. Its inexpensive, and has transformed the lives of alot of kids. An Italian asthma study shows over 70% asthma cures in 6 weeks with kids. 70% asthma cures! Theres not much that matches that result. The Propolis vaporizer is a big part of my anti-mold strategy.”
~Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt M.D., LIA Conference 2008
I recommend filling your own cartridges for the propolis diffuser. It cuts down on cost. I bought a pound of propolis chunks over 2 years ago… and I still have a ton left. I only brought one cartridge with me, freshly packed with propolis chunks. One cartridge lasts 5-7 days and I will only be here 4 days.
If you have any questions about mold remediation… or the state of the mold crisis… ask me! I will do my best to get them answered by the experts here at this conference!