Ingredients per 3 vegetarian capsules
Vitamin A 2490 mcg RAE
(from mixed carootenoids)
Acerola Extract 400mg
(Malpighia glabra fruit, standardized to contain 25% vitamin C)
Grape Seed Extract 90mg
(Vitis vinifera seed, standardized to contain 95% proanthocyanidins)
Curcuminoid Powder (Curcumin C3 Complex®) 80mg
(Curcuma longa rhizomes, containing three curcuminoids –
curcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin, demethoxycurcumin,
standardized to contain 95% curcuminoids)
(Allium sativum bulb)
Vitamin E Isomers 30mg
(as DeltaGold®, delta and gamma tocotrienols)
Ginkgo Extract 25mg
(Ginkgo biolba leaf,
standardized to contain 24% ginkgoflavonglycosides and 5.4% terpene lactones)
(Syzygium aromaticum bud)
(Pimenta dioica berry)
Sweet Basil 25mg
(Ocimum basilicum aerial parts)
(Salvia officinalis leaf)
Rosemary Extract 22mg
(Rosmarinus officinalis leaf, standardized to contain 7% carnosic acid)
Lutein Esters 7.5mg
(Polygonum cuspidatum, extracted without fermentation)
Cellulose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable stearate, silicon dioxide
Gluten, dairy, soy, GMO, animal products
May support a healthy microbial balance.*
- Contains culinary herbs with antimicrobial properties
- May modulate the inflammatory response
- May protect against oxidative damage often seen with “die-off”
- Specific bioflavonoids selected for both water and lipid solubility
- Broad spectrum antioxidant
Dr. Jill’s Commentary
Rebalancing the flora is critical after a toxic indoor mold exposure. After exposure, the sinuses and gut can become overburdened by things in the fungus family, including yeasts and molds. With the assaults from mycotoxins on the immune system and integrity of the linings of these systems, often people need assistance with antifungal agents. The goal is to re-establish a thriving, healthy microbiome.
Antifungal pharmaceuticals can bring some aid, but come with risks, including liver stress, heart rate changes, and harsh die-off reactions. And we know mold doesn’t go down without a fight. Studies have shown that Aspergillus increases its production of gliotoxin when exposed to the antifungal Amphotericin B.**
There are other ways. You may recognize some common culinary herbs in this formula, many of which I talk about in the FIGHT section of my book, Break The Mold. Some are water-soluble, and some are lipid-soluble, to gain a broader range of activity in all of the juicy tissues where fungus likes to live. The herbs are combined with targeted antioxidants to support a healthy inflammatory response and are a gentle but effective way to move into the FIGHT phase.
I’m quite impressed how this blend subtly exerts its effects. I’ve found that spreading out the doses throughout the day offers all-day antifungal protection.
From The Book
Here are some key points from my book, Break The Mold, so you can see how these FIGHT tools fit into a mold recovery plan.
This picture best describes the steps to recover your health after a toxic mold exposure.
The first solution is to AVOID mold!
AVOIDANCE means getting away from the mold.
FUNDAMENTALS involve specific foods and lifestyle factors that can greatly improve your ability to conquer mold.
PROTECT and REPAIR is accomplished with targeted nutrients to manage the toxic damage from mycotoxin exposure.
FIGHT means conquering fungal overgrowth in your body.
*This statement has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent a disease.
**Reeves EP, Murphy T, Daly P, Kavanagh K. Amphotericin B enhances the synthesis and release of the immunosuppressive agent gliotoxin from the pulmonary pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus. J Med Microbiol. 2004 Aug;53(Pt 8):719-725. doi: 10.1099/jmm.0.45626-0. PMID: 15272057.