Mold – fungus – whatever you want to call it.
In 1999 – a Mayo Clinic study discovered fungus in 96 percent of patients with chronic sinusitis.
So, why are most doctors still prescribing antibiotics for sinus infections?
A lot of times people will get some relief from taking antibiotics because sinus infections are not ONLY fungus – they are part fungus, part bacteria and may be part viral too. Taking antibiotics can shrink the bacterial part of the infection – but it will not do anything for the fungal or viral parts.
We recovered after a major mold exposure by using a neti pot with a mixture of baking soda, sea salt and xylitol. These three natural substances are anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-bacterial. Totally destroying the sinus infections that are caused by poor indoor air quality.