Our "vampire fungus" literally
eats them for breakfast!
The best way to get rid of skin and nail fungus... ...is our ally, the friendly "cannibal fungus"!
FIGHTING FUNGUS NATURALLY
My name is Sarah Vaughter. I am a medical research journalist. My site is owndoc.com.
Over the past seven years, my company has grown to be the #1 supplier of effective, safe antifungal products.
Same bad fungus, many names
Athlete's foot, jock itch, ringworm, nail fungus and many other fungal skin infections are caused by the same "dermatophyte" fungus. These agressive, hard-to-get-rid-of skin fungi eat Keratin, the substance that nails and the top layer of the skin (epidermis) are made of. These infections are called "Tinea" infections, such as Tinea pedis, Tinea interdigitalis, Tinea cruris, Tinea corporis, Tinea versicolor etc. The fungus responsible is Trichophyton.
Our "cannibal fungus" eats these skin fungi
The "mycoparasite" Pythium oligandrum eats other, harmful skin fungi (link to detailed explanation). Infectious skin/nail fungi often mutate to become resistant to antifungal medicines, but this fungus parasite is something they can't develop a defence against. Read how this "clever mushroom", as the scientists who discovered it call it, was discovered by accident to get rid of a wide variety of harmful fungal skin infections and even helps with a host of other skin conditions, presumably due to useful enzymes produced by this friendly fungus, Pythium oligandrum.
Harmful fungus approaches Pythium oligandrum. Pythium is a fungus that only eats other fungi and dies of starvation when there are no other fungi to eat any more.
Half an hour later, Pythium oligandrum has made a hole in the harmful fungus, its protoplasm seeps out and Pythium sucks it up and grows. The harmful fungus dies.
Source: Scientific publication on the organism (public domain)
Sarah, Hi! -- I have used your marvelous "vampire fungus" to cure my severe case of toenail fungus and thank you very much! I ordered another shipment of the spores and they arrived a couple of days ago. I don't need them at this time.
You may be interested to know that I only used an initial dose (2 g) of the fungi on my feet--just made sure I did a good innoculation. I had a couple of closed toe rubber sandals/slippers with a cloth lining, so I mixed the spores, soaked the ends of my socks, dumped some spore mixture in the sandals/slippers and wore them for several days--often enough to keep them from drying out totally. I suppose a person could do the same in any shoes/boots by just soaking the toes of their socks and then covering the sock toes with plastic sandwich bags--that would probably achieve the same initial concentrated innoculation.
The only down side was that the moisture eventually released the adhesive holding the cloth lining in place, so I had to get some new sandals/slippers.
These pictures are from a different
customer, who wanted to remain anonymous.
This outcome is worst-case, the customer suffered from immune deficiency.
This "vampire fungus" is used externally and works very well against Athlete's foot, as can be read in the medical test results we summarized here. The fungal spores we offer here are mixed with silica powder by the factory that produces this product. The silica acts as a desiccant and prevents perspiration, keeping the skin dry so that the infection will subside quicker. The results treating even the most resistant cases of nail fungus (Onychomycosis) are good (photo diary). This customer has severe hypothyroidism making his nail grow extremely slowly, and still Pythium cured his case - albeit slowly, also due to not adhering to the treatment guidelines. Pythium oligandrum is the mortal enemy of infectious skin fungi and fungi in general, and will achieve good results with many other fungal skin infections that are not mentioned here for lack of space. It even kills fungi on walls and fungal plant pests. There were successful human trials. Please note that we have independently established much better treatment protocols than those of these original trials, and we supply more spores than used in those trials as well.
100% natural, 100% safe
This "vampire fungus" literally sucks the "blood" out of other fungi, leaving only their dead, empty cell wall behind. This friendly fungus can not harm us. Without another fungus to parasitise on, it will quickly die. Pythium oligandrum is highly specialized for one food source only: Other fungi. It can't digest anything else but fungal protoplasm. You use it topically (externally) only, but if you would swallow it, nothing would happen, as with blue cheese. The spores are freeze-dried so they will survive postal transit in freezing temperatures. Live cultures do not survive freezing, but our dry spores do, just as they survive in frozen soil. The spores last many years when kept cool and dry, and only when there is moisture and a supply of "prey-fungus", the spores (fungal "seeds") will grow into Pythium fungi. Here (PDF) you can read that the EU considers it as totally safe:
The US Environmental protection agency says thatPythium kills over 20 pathogenic fungi and that it is totally safe to use for people and pets:
III. Assessing Risks to Human Health
"No harmful health effects to humans are expected from use of Pythium oligandrum DV 74. Appropriate tests found no evidence that the fungus is toxic to humans or other mammals. No toxicological or pathogenic effects of P. oligandrum in mammals have been reported in available public literature or in the submitted data. In addition, certain biological characteristics of P. oligandrum, which include its moisture and temperature requirements during infection, are further indications that this microbial pest control agent would not be pathogenic to mammals."
Pythium is used externally. It works against most pathogenic fungi, meaning it also works on fungal scalp rashes, fungal psoriasis and even fungally infected open wounds (successful human trials were done in its country of discovery, the Czech Republic). If you suspect a fungal origin to a skin problem, Pythium may cure it without the slightest risk to your liver as with Diflucan.
Hello, I'm writing to let you know that, after over a year of suffering with foot itching, scaling, redness, swelling, cracks, etc., three dermatologists and two skin scrapings and an actual biopsy, all negative for fungus, the condition has just about totally cleared after three nights of the "fast" method using Pythium Oligandrum!
I am so grateful for your product - it is a stroke of scientific genius! How to work with nature instead of against it - that's what good health is all about. As a nurse, I've been reading about the hygiene hypothesis, especially how we humans benefit from commensal organisms that support a sturdy and appropriate immune response. But I haven't come across references to Pythium in my readings.
You should send your data to Graham Rook in the UK, who has compiled studies from all over the globe on this groundbreaking topic! I'm sure he would be quite interested in your findings.
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