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Breaking The Mold: How To Get Rid Of Mold Naturally - cover

Breaking The Mold: How To Get Rid Of Mold Naturally

Dartanyan Terry

Publisher: Dartanyan Terry

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Summary

Mold! Nobody wants to talk about it, right? But the fact is that mold, and its companion mildew, can present major disruptions in our everyday lives. It can invade our homes, businesses, and other domiciles indiscriminately. 
It affects the lives of millions of people annually with some of the following health symptoms: nasal stuffiness, wheezing, coughing, eye irritation, dizziness, headaches, fever, shortness of breath, fungal infections in the lungs, chronic fatigue and lethargy just to name a few. 
Additionally, mold can also be extremely costly! It damages or destroys virtually everything it touches or comes in contact with. In recent years, it has presented major problems in the aftermath of hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, earthquakes, forest fires and other natural disasters. 
Mold is a living organism and it has been estimated that there are between 100,000 to 400,000 varieties in the known mold universe. It can be found virtually everywhere on the face of the Earth, and has been around since ancient times. But, since there are so many varieties, and it grows in such abundance, does this mean that we are defenseless to combat it? Absolutely not! 
 In this ebook, Breaking The Mold: How To Get Rid Of Mold Naturally, I will show you numerous natural and even some nearly natural ways to fight this ever-present nuisance. So don’t despair, and don’t give up! Protect your family, health, and your assets. 
You are now armed. So, go gettem’! Best regards and much success in your battle against mold!

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