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Mycophenolic Acid is an antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral mycotoxin acid. It is produced by the Penicillium fungus. 

Mycophenolic Acid is an immunosuppressant which inhibits the proliferation of B and T lymphocytes. Mycophenolic Acid exposure can increase the risk of opportunistic infections such as clostridia and Candida. 

Mycophenolic Acid is associated with miscarriage and congenital malformations when the woman is exposed in pregnancy.

More details on the Penicillium fungus:

It is often found in indoor environments and is responsible for many allergic reactions. Penicillium is also a known contaminant in many different food items. Many different types of citrus fruits can become contaminated with Penicillium, but it can also contaminate seeds and grains. One reason that Penicillium is such a common infestation is because of its ability to thrive in low humidity. 

In the home, Penicillium can be found in wallpaper, carpet, furniture, and fiberglass insulation.

What does it mean if your Mycophenolic Acid result is too high?

Mycophenolic Acid is an antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral mycotoxin acid. It is produced by the Penicillium fungus. 

Mycophenolic Acid is an immunosuppressant which inhibits the proliferation of B and T lymphocytes. Mycophenolic Acid exposure can increase the risk of opportunistic infections such as clostridia and Candida. 

General symptoms of Mold Toxicity:

- Electric shock sensations

- Ice pick or lighting bolt pains

- Vibrating or pulsing sensations (especially down spine)

- Muscle weakness

- Numbness and tingling

- Disequilibrium

- Dizziness

- Anxiety

- Muscle Pain

- GI symptoms

- Chest tightness 

- Chronic Sinus Congestion/Recurrent SinusInfections

- Brain Fog

- OCD

- Sleep disturbances

- Headaches

- Rashes 

General questions to address mold exposure:

What year was the house built?

Is there visible mold in his/her environment?

Is there a musty odor in the environment?

Any water leaks or flooding in the environment?

Any ventilation issues in the environment?

Do behaviors/symptoms decrease or increase in certain environments?

Anyone in the family with similar symptoms?

Possible treatment options for mold exposure:

Avoid exposure to toxic molds: 

- Leave environment, 

- remediate environment, 

- prevent reexposure 

- get out

Increase Essential Fatty Acids:

- 3-4 grams/day 

- Use Binders (Cholestyramine, Activated Charcoal, Bentonite Clay, Chlorella, S. Boulardii, Okra)

Add Oral or Nasal Antifungals

  • Oral Antifungals:

    - Prescription

- Herbals: berberine, oil of oregano, grapefruit seed extract, gymnema, uva ursi, pau d’arco, caprylic acid, garlic, plant tannins

  • Nasal Sprays: 

    - Xyltiol

- Argentyn 23 

If you can test it, we can track it — all test results, including the ones from your favorite labs.

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