Tackling Your Questions on Mold, Radioactive Chemtrails, Herbalists, TSH and Live Blood Analysis : Renegade Health Q & A

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Just north of the Golden Gate bridge is Marin County. Some cities here have notoriously bad mold issues.

It’s been an awesome week here at Renegade Health…

The Healing Cancer World Summit is gaining some serious steam and we’ve just moved all our inventory to a new warehouse to ship more efficiently and smoothly!

One thing I wanted to make sure of, is that you didn’t think we forgot about your questions. Each day we get dozens of questions from readers around the world and I do my best to answer them 1-2 times a week.

I didn’t do any answering this week, so today’s my day.

In this article, I answer questions on herbalism, how to read your TSH numbers, how to know if you’ll make a good ferment, if detectable levels of radiation in the Bay Area is from chemtrails and where to find a live blood practitioner where ever you live.

Here we go…

From Marie on the go-to herbalists in the industry…

Hi. I’m positive Kevin and Annmarie have had shows about healing with herbs. I was wondering if there were any books they recommended on the subject or classes they recommended taking? Thank you, Marie

Hey Marie, there are two great people I’ve learned from to research for herbalism and healing with herbs. First is Brigitte Mars, who we know personally, and the second is Stephen Harrod Buhner (who we don’t know personally.)

There’s plenty to explore within their works – including classes that they present – so I’ll leave you with those two to Google and then you can come back when you’ve digested everything and I’ll share some more.

Keep in mind, as you dive deeper into the herbal world you’ll begin to believe that herbs can do anything and heal everything. While this may be true in some cases, your best bet is to recognize that many herbs are subtle in their action and true healing comes from a holistic approach that includes diet, exercise, rest, sleep, stress management and healthy relationships.

So for example, if you’re trying to improve your adrenal health by taking holy basil, but you still work at the same stressful job that caused the burnout in the first place, you’re not going to heal.

From anonymous on how to read your TSH levels…

Could you please explain how to read the TSH number? Does a low number mean under or over active thyroid?

Of course! But before I explain, please keep in mind that just because your TSH is normal doesn’t mean that you’re in the clear with thyroid issues – particularly if you still have symptoms.

An optimal TSH range is 1.0 – 2.0 mU/L

A more lenient, or desirable rage is 1.0 – 3.5 mU/L

The normal lab reference ranges are .4 – 5.5 mU/L

The first range is the tight, optimal health range. The second is a little more loose, but in many cases shouldn’t show any symptoms of thyroid issues.

The last range, the lab reference range, is where most people will get into trouble. They may have a 4.5 TSH level, have many mild to moderate symptoms of hypothyroid and the doctor will send them home as if they were OK.

Anything below .4 is clinically called hyperthyroidism and anything over 5.5 is hypothyroid – but these diseases don’t just appear after you cross those thresholds. A good practitioner will know this and be able to help you get your levels to the desirable range using natural techniques.

Keep in mind, some people will not be able to completely correct their levels, but most people show improvement with the proper approach.

To get a comprehensive thyroid panel you must also test for T3 and T4 – including free and total.

You can find out more specifics about thyroid in “The Complete Thyroid Health Program” that I produced with Dr. Williams to specifically address these types of questions!

From Jon on mold and fermenting…

Hello Giannis, I just read your two articles on fermented food recipes, and I am considering fermenting my own foods, but I have a few concerns. First, I live in an apartment with a serious mold problem, so I have no idea how any food I would leave out to ferment would not become infested with mold. Even foods in my fridge get infected if I don’t eat them in a few days, so do you know of any tips or techniques I could employ to avoid this problem? Next, a related issue that I don’t understand is how do you know which species of bacteria are colonizing the food? Correct me if I am wrong, but aren’t the bacteria doing the fermenting just whatever bacteria are present in the air in one’s kitchen? If that is the case, how does one know that pathological bacteria are not also colonizing the food? Is there a way to test if the fermentation was successful? Lastly, I have water kefir grains that I use to make water kefir. Could I also use them to ferment foods? Sorry for all the questions, but I am quite ignorant about fermenting foods. I have learned a lot about health from your website, I appreciate all your work, and never stop doing it. The world , and especially this country, need more people like both of you. Thanks, Jon

Hey Jon,

I want to deal with the first issue in most detail. If I lived in an apartment and there was a massive mold issue, I would move.

Mold can cause some serious issues with your health including respiratory illness and immune system breakdown – two things I don’t really think anyone wants to deal with now or later on in life.

Good news is that since you’ve indicated that you’re in an apartment, maybe you’re more flexible than someone who owns a home that’s full of mold and tied to a mortgage.

I’d seriously consider your options and make decisive action if you really are focusing on having the best health possible.

Another option, if you can’t move, is to call your landlord and have them do some mold remediation. Though it’s likely the mold will come back sooner or later, since it got there in the first place, it’s also likely that it will buy you some more time to get out of your lease and find another place.

Other than that, your only choice is getting out of there before it causes you health issues that you’re trying to fix with fermented foods.

Second, the best way to avoid bad bacteria in a fermented food is to use a culture starter. By adding a starter filled with good bacteria, you overload the medium with healthy bugs. These healthy bugs, as a survival mechanism, release metabolic agents that make it favorable for their own kind to survive while repelling other bacteria.

It’s a pretty cool that they do this. It’s just like your wife not wanting to be around you after you’ve eaten too many lentils… or kind of like that. LOL!

Christine on chemtrails…

Kevin, Do you think the chemtrails could be contributing to the high nucular amounts in the soil (Bay Area)?

(This question was in response to my article on Bay Area milk and soil still testing positive for radioactive materials here.)

Hi Cristine, while anything is possible, I don’t think this is the issue at all. When dealing with any sort of theory like this, I like to eliminate some of the most obvious points of causation before I go any further.

In this case, the Bay Area is downwind of a nuclear disaster that has been releasing radiation for months. So that’s causation #1.

The second causation is that it’s been theorized that there was and is nuclear fallout in Northern California from nuclear testing pre-1963. So these are much more credible and specific reasons there could be more radioactive material in the soil.

I’m not saying I don’t believe chemtrails exist or there are active campaigns to control the weather, I’m just saying that the nuclear fallout is likely attributed to very real and tangible things we can identify – so there’s no reason to blame something else.

Finally, Madi wants to see her blood, but can’t find anyone to show it to her…

Where can I get a live blood test like ann did? I live in Long Island NY and could not find anyone online to do the live blood test.

Hey Madi,

This method is called a few things, so knowing these may be your best bet to shore up your search. The best way to find a practitioner near you is to search “live blood analysis long island” or “dark field microscopy long island.” To narrow down the search, I’d even search using your town.

One other thing to consider is attending a local raw food or health potluck and asking those there if they know anyone.

If you can’t find anyone near you, there are plenty of people in Manhattan and the Burroughs that will be able to do this.

Keep in mind, there may be someone closer to you who doesn’t advertise as well. This type of analysis has been under fire for a while and practitioners aren’t always willing to shout from the rooftops that they have this service available.

Also, know that this type of blood analysis is one tool out of many that you can use. I wouldn’t build a house with just a hammer, just as I wouldn’t use one live blood analysis to determine my total health protocol.

I want to know your thoughts: What would you do about mold in your house?

Live Awesome!

Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog RenegadeHealth.com — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.


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  1. Satori says:

    Just MOVE!!!!!! Friend of mine was living in an apartment full of mold. After a year of living there without knowing the mold issue, he lost his voice completely. He is a college professor and talking is his job. He couldn’t work for over a half year!! He is still recovering today…

    Kevin, I have a question regarding cultured vegetable. I think it’s damaging my teeth. It’s making my teeth very sensitive. I also noticed that it’s staining my teeth, but I solved this problem with toothbrightener and oil pulling. Have you experienced the same issue or is it just me?


  2. Robin Janis says:

    I would move immediately; I would get in an infrared sauna; I would go o a candida cleanse; I would do what ever I could to clean my blood , lungs, liver; i would exercise in as clean open air as I could find….

  3. cindy says:

    Would you know of a good thyroid Dr in Seattle, Washington? Thanks

  4. Kevin, a powerful ozone generator providing 0 4 – 0 12 and put on high wile not in the apartment and on low while in the apartment could be very helpful. If a person does not like the ozone, just use it in a closed apartment while at work, turn it off and open the windows when coming home.
    Also spraying the inside of all cabinets with a mixture of H2O2 and distilled vinegar will remove mold in these commonly moldy areas.
    hope this is useful.

  5. sheri says:

    I would move immediately! We lived in an old 100 year old cabin that had black mold in it. I did not know how dangerous it was until a friend very knowledgeable in health informed us and said we should move right away. We did, that was 5 years ago and my 16 year old still has a low immune system. He is immproving some lately from a herbal treatment. If you research online how bad it is, you will want to move.

  6. Karen Rae Ferreira says:

    Hello Kevin & Ann Marie,
    Thank you so much for keeping us all informed on topics of such great importance. I am particularly interested in the subject of mold, especially after having been exposed to two of the most deadly black molds in existence, while living in a beautiful eco-friendly home in New Mexico. The home was built to be environmentally safe, but a neglected leak in the roof caused the entire building to become infested with an extensive hidden toxic mold problem.

    Long story short, I have learned more than I ever thought I wanted to know about mold and the health consequences of living in a moldy building. I have shifted some of the focus of my professional homeopathic and health coaching practice, and am changing my masters in live food nutrition thesis topic (Dr. Gabriel Cousens’ course in live food nutrition) to healing from mold exposure. I have been an enthusiastic student and practitioner of raw food and homeopathy since 1979, and in all these years I have encountered very few health practitioners who understand even a fraction of the medical issues of mold toxicity.

    One important thing that I have learned is that approximately 25% of people have the genetic marker that makes them more susceptible to severe reactions from prolonged mold exposure. These are often the same people who will get the sickest from Lyme disease. The consequences of prolonged exposure in a moldy building can be extremely threatening to ones health and life, causing a multitude of possible symptoms, including neurological disorders, immune system breakdown, respiratory and skin problems, gastrointestinal disorders, and even DNA damage. In fact, when someone tells me that they have mysterious and severe symptoms, and that no health practitioner can pinpoint the cause, I have them look into the possibility of mold in their building, from a leaky roof, a leaky faucet, or other water damage in the attic, basement, kitchen or bathroom.

    I have been working for the past couple of years to develop a healing protocol for people who suffer from mold. The number one most important thing I can say to anyone whose health is threatened by a moldy living or work space is to evacuate immediately. You cannot expect to heal while continuing to be exposed to the mold that is making you sick. I do not say this lightly – I am well aware of the many issues that this can bring up.

    The second most important thing I can say is that people with health conditions from mold exposure often suffer even more when significant people in their lives do not understand or believe the importance of what they are going through. This denial can have a huge impact on important relationships such as landlord-tenant, doctor-patient, parent-child, husband-wife, employer-employee, and roommates, and depending on the severity, mold-induced illness can lead to homelessness, divorce, lawsuits, bankruptcy, poverty, chronic disease and death.

    So if you live with mold, first get out of the building. In some cases you can have the problem remediated, but be very sure that the contractor specializes in mold, that they understand the importance of total eradication of the mold, and they test the environment before and after for mold, mycotoxins and spores. Some people think that you can use heat, chemicals or bleach to destroy mold; they do not know what they are talking about. You will also have to dispose of, or properly clean contaminated possessions.

    I could go on about the many things that you can do to protect yourself from further exposure to mold and mycotoxins in the environment, in food, water, clothing, books, plants and soil, and the best foods, herbs and other products that I have found useful in recovering health after mold exposure, but this is a huge subject that requires a certain amount of time, study, and individualizing treatment. I am planning to offer study groups in my area (southern Oregon) because I have noticed that it is crucial to have support.

    I am very interested in knowing if there is someone out there who would like to help me in a project to gather my research, materials, resources, links, and protocols and put them into a format that will make it easier to share with people remotely. I envision website, blog, teleconference calls, lectures, posters, flyers, on-line and local study/support groups. I need someone who is computer literate and technologically savvy, who would like to learn with/from me in exchange for helping me. It is my intention to move in this direction in the coming months.

    Blessings of health and joy to you and all that you care about!

    Karen Rae Ferreira, CCH, RSHom
    RegIstered & Certified Classical Homeopath
    Certified Vegan Live Food Instructor
    Service & Education in:
    Homeopathy; Homeopathic Childbirth Assistance; Sustainable Living; Ayurvedic Raw Diet & Nutrition

  7. Judy says:

    (Kevin, please forward this info along to the person who asked you the question about mold.)

    I echo what others have said about mold–if you live in a place with any mold issues (especially serious ones), you need to get out of there immediately! Don’t worry about breaking a lease, etc…your health comes first! You have every right to leave, even if there is a lease, given that a place with mold in it is essentially not habitable.

    I lived in a place that had toxic mold (and probably other toxins), and 3+ years after moving out, my son and I are still recovering. We are much better, and I anticipate that we will recover 100%, because, after all, the body is so amazing at self-healing when we feed ourselves with the things that heal!

    We had to go on a restrictive diet, became highly sensitive to other things including chemicals, etc. Many people become sensitive to EMFs/electrically sensitive, etc. (A study by D. Klinghardt showed that mold grows exponentially in the presence of EMFs.)

    Don’t wait to move out until you get really sick like I did. The process of healing from mold can be long and challenging, and being sick from mold is miserable and debilitating. Mold can ruin your life, devastate your body/health, and be an absolute nightmare. Also, I live in a more dry climate, so it’s a myth that mold only exists in damper climates. For people who are recovering from mold illness, living in a dry climate is best.

    There are many excellent resources for more info on mold–Dr. Mercola (mercola.com) has published numerous recent articles/interviews about mold. (He had mold in his house so has a special interest in the topic.) Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker in MD has a Web site, books, etc. and is considered one of the top experts on mold in the world. Patients go to him from all over the country/world.

    The Yahoo group sickbuildings is a good resource, as is the blog moldrecovery.blogspot.com (by the mother of a large family in which everyone got very, very ill from mold…they had to abandon their house and all of their possessions, walked away from their house with nothing).

    Speaking of Kevin’s upcoming series on cancer (can’t wait to hear the excellent info he and others present!), toxic mold can and does contribute to people (and pets) getting cancer. Our dog had a recurrence of cancer and died while we were living in the moldy place.

    Again, if anyone is living in a place with mold (or any other indoor toxins), get out immediately. Anything that you are doing to help your health will be counterproductive otherwise.

    It’s been proven that indoor air is often much less clean than outdoor air (even in places where the outdoor air has pollution). Living in a clean, healthy home is SO essential to our health! Take care and be well, everyone.

  8. Judy says:

    P.S. I’ve heard of many people who try remediation for mold and it winds up being unsuccessful. They don’t do it properly, the mold recurs, etc. Also remediation is evidently quite expensive, the person who’s doing it has to absolutely know what they’re doing (often they don’t), it’s difficult to find people who know what they’re doing, etc.

  9. Chris says:


    I was planning to ask Kevin the VERY same question. I suspected that Kim-chi from my local Korean restaurant was making my teeth sensitive, and discoloring them (internally). I recently developed a dark spot on the tip of my front tooth. Strangely, I noticed someone at the health food store with a dark spot in the exact same spot.

    Kevin, do you know anything about this?

  10. Evan says:

    Re: the mould .. this has it’s root cause in a damp … poorly ventilated home … Underfloor insulation .. or damp-proofing is often helpful … though leaking gutters ( allowing rain water to flow down your cladding ) … can also be problematic … as could say a leaking pipe in the floor-space between levels in a multi-storey building . Even the steam from showering may be an issue …
    As to ventilation … often air conditioning doesn’t help … It may cool/heat the air … but it’s common to keep windows closed to make this process efficient … so the same air is being circulated … along with the water we all exhale ( and that’s more than you’d think )… So .. if your circumstance allows , leave some windows partly open .. open the doors on a sunny day … or consider some form of active ventilation ( many use the warmer air from the roof cavity to additionally heat … ) … Dehumidifiers are also a good … if more small scale help …

  11. Fiona says:

    @ Madi
    We hold Blood Parties once a month in MA and we also do traveling Blood Parties where we have a nutritional Microscopist, fully trained (many, many years now) and who uses a Dark Field Microscope. Here is the link for the Blood Party

    You can also go on the following website and find a full list of trained nutritional Microscopist around the world,
    Hope this helps.

    Hope I have not crossed any boundaries by posting links – if so just take them off!

    Kevin – Thanks so much for all your great information – what a bright light you are.
    Thank You

  12. Kuru says:

    For mold, diffuse the essential oil Thieves (Young Living) around the clock for several days; it will eradicate the mold. There is a DVD called Toxic Mold that gives the specifics.

  13. Jon says:

    Thanks Kevin and everyone who commented so far for responding to my question and for the advice. I am in the process of looking for a new apartment, but it may take a while since they are very few good apartments like my current one near my location, so I need to do something to at least mitigate the effects of the mold in the meantime. Remediation is not an option for me because it is very expensive and I do not have the money it requires right now. For now I bought a high quality but affordable air purifier, which should at least remove the spores from the air, even if it doesn’t remove the mold itself, and it does seem to be helping slightly. I still am curious if one can use water kefir grains to culture vegetables instead of culture starters, because I already have the former and so would rather not pay for the latter if I don’t have to. If anyone has any ideas about this I would greatly appreciate it. Theoretically it should work, but I just want a 2nd opinion about it.


  14. Mist says:

    I find the following helps to control mold growth in the bathroom:

    1. Run the exhaust fan during and after shower/bath.

    2. Wipe water off the shower walls/doors/ curtain with a clean towel after shower/bath.

    3. Spray a solution of borax and water (1 teaspoon in two cups of water) on spots prone to mold growth. (Walmart carries borax powder in their laundry detergent aisle.)

  15. Annette says:

    Hi Jon,

    One cheaper remedy for helping to kill visible mold on your walls etc is to use oil of cloves diluted in a spray bottle with water. Spray it on the mold and leave it and it kills the mold. Have a look at this website for the specifics.

    I live in Australia and in January this year our city was under water with floods and after the rain stopped and the waters receded, many many people had major mould issues and this is what people used to get things under control and kill it all off. It would be worth a try until you can move out of your apartment.

    Good luck!

  16. LynnCS says:

    I had to deal with a lot of mold during the year after I bought my house. I live in an area that rains all winter. I moved in early November and it wasn’t really rainy yet. I see now in retrospect that the seller was not completely honest about a lot of issues. One was his home made roofing job. The inspection did not include that. When it started to rain it leaked everywhere and the mold started forming “everywhere. I was alone and devistated, but when the weather warmed up a little, I started washing everything down with a TSP and Bleach solution, and rinsed. Very hard work. Then painted it all with KILZ for mold primer. If you do this, don’t sleep in the house while you do it. I did, but didn’t know any better. I felt I had no choice but to do this. I was stuck. Then I painted it all with a single off white paint that also had a mold deterrent in it. This was in ’95 and I still haven’t done everything I need to do to seal up this house. It is 2 story and I use the lower story only for storage. Upstairs is where the kitchen, bathroom and most of the living is, but the rest is wasted space. Then I got someone to do a new roof and it peeled back in a big rain/wind storm so no insurance help for the damage it did. More mold and more work. Now I have done a second membrane roof and hopefully can get some stress relief and get some more done such as sealing up the exterior and getting a good paint job. I am 73 yrs old and have few options so I need to make this place a decent place to live. In the meantime I have been able to put in new windows which I suggest that everyone buying a house check well. The very things that are important when buying a house, drainage, weather sealing, gutters, etc,etc are the things most of us don’t look at so much. If you rent, take pictures and move out. Fill out an affidavit and ask a lawyer what your rights are. Just hang on to it if the landlord comes after you. Tell the landlord that you can’t live there any more in those conditions and write down what he says. Try to get him to sign a statement, but he probably won’t. Write that down too. Just being prepared will be a good thing. That’s a long post, (What’s new?) but I want to help people to be careful to check everything. I could have paid $50.00 to get a roofing contractor to inspect the roof and give me an estimate. Didn’t know that then. Good luck, everyone. LynnCS

  17. Jenn says:

    Kevin – glad you recommended the T3 and T4 testing to person asking about TSH. As a long term hypothyroid person myself it drives me insane how many Dr’s only go by TSH, which isn’t even a thyroid hormone but part of the bio-feedback cycle in endocrine system. T4 level does help but I think T3 is most important and it’s only finally becoming more common to test now. I think anyone being tested for thyroid should also be tested for ferritin levels, and adrenals as well.

  18. Linda Miller says:

    I miss your videos. EAsier to watch than read all this stuff.

  19. DL says:

    I see these ‘miss the videos’ comments posted from time to time, and just wanted to put in my vote to HEARTILY COUNTER that.

    I love your work, Kev, but when pressed for time, I need to rapidly skim to identify and read the info most pertinent to me; this was not possible to do with the videos.

    Also, even though I have fairly high-speed internet service, for some reason my personal laptop doesn’t stream very well, so any videos play in a somewhat hiccuppy fashion, making them a drag to watch and then deal with all the freezing up of my other active pages that occurs.

    Finally, I should point out that in my experience, even during lunchbreaks many workplaces do not allow video streaming because of the additional bandwidth it takes up. When I had a typical office job, wolfing down food during 20 minutes at my desk was sometimes the highest proportion of leisure/personal education time I’d have at my disposal.

    I looooove the written columns; their greater accessibility (for the reasons I mentioned) means I am actually being exposed to a far higher proportion of the Gianni wisdom than I was able to keep up with before.

  20. Coco says:

    I use MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution) to clean things like mold. Cheap, quick, easy and effective.

    As for mold in your ferments, use a jar with an airlock like The Perfect Pickler. I’ve had one for a few years and it never lets me down, perfect ferments in about 4 days every single time.

  21. Fay says:

    Spraying methylated spirits – diluted 1 Table spoon in 500mls water – is excellent for killing mould spores. When we lived in Africa we had recurrent issues with mould from a high humidity climate, and this was a good way to kill it off. Wipe walls with cloths dipped in this solution. Spray cupboard floors to prevent shoes developing mould. Great for damp cellars and bathrooms.

  22. Velda says:

    Jon – I’m surprised you said YOU don’t have the money for mold remediation. Your landlord is the one responsible for that cost. He is obligated to make a place haibitable. Have you told him you have a mold issue? If you have and he won’t do anything, go to the housing authorities in your area. It is his property, not yours. Good luck, Jon

    Thanks Kevin for a great article. I agree with Linda Miller, however. I miss our voice and like the video 🙂 I’m really looking forward to your Cancer Sumit. Thanks for all you do!!

  23. Karen says:

    I am so happy to have your new Cultured fermentation book. I’m really excited about trying these. I was wondering if you have to sterilize your equipment, maybe with hydrogen peroxide. Is this necessary?

  24. sue says:

    Here is a good mold site:
    We had floods where I live and, yes, mold remediation is expensive. You have to throw out any item with mold on it immediately. I heard tea tree oil works against mold as a spray (diluted). Keep a small wattage light bulb ongoing all the time.

  25. nilsholgerson says:

    To fermentation.
    How do i clean a container proper before using it to ferment?

    Soap, white vinegar, hot water, whey.

    How do i find a food grade container?

  26. anasha Sol says:

    i have never taken the time to thank you for the wealth of infos you are generously sharing.
    so from the bottom of my heart, thank you and AM too.
    i also really like the forum happening through your questions, thank you to all of you taking the time to answer the questions and passing on your knowledge and infos.
    love to all

  27. Jean Hart says:

    I agree with #12 – Kuru! THIEVES from Young Living will stop mold in its tracks! It’s worked for me a
    number of different times. I even drink a couple of drops in a little water to stop any internal contamination.
    Blessings, Jean

  28. Lyn Gottani says:

    HiKeven,I have just been to a Young Living Convention in Australia.I have been in YL oils for severalyears now and our products on Thieves
    have been known to KILL MOULD.Young Living is an American company who only sell the purest oils in the world.Our oils are steamed distilled and are very therapeutic.Members of YL take these oils in capsules.Any one can purchase oils by using my number 967008 or joining the Company using my number.Lots of luck Lyn

  29. Ray says:

    My tsh blood test came back at 124.6 range should be .45 to 4.5
    T4 level came back at 0.5 range should be 4.5 to 12.0
    Can you direct me to site so I can evaluate what these numbers mean?

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