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Fungus 1 Test Kit

The energy patterns of chlamydia psittaci, giardia lamblia, malaria, trichomonas vaginalis, aspergillus, athlete’s foot fungi, etc.
30 vials.

Fungus 1 Test Kit

Ref: 8027

£33.00

 

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  • Detailed Description

    The energy patterns of chlamydia psittaci, giardia lamblia, malaria, trichomonas vaginalis, aspergillus, athlete’s foot fungi, etc. 30 vials for use by kinesiology, NAET and bioresonance practitioners etc.


    FU 1    Aflatoxins   
    Acute liver damage, liver cirrhosis, liver cancer.
    Poisonous alkaloids produced by Aspergillus flavus. Exposure usually via contaminated grain, dried fruit and peanuts, but can also be on animal products. Carcinogenic to humans.

    FU 2    Aspergillus Fumigatus   
    Coughing and wheezy attacks, bronchiectasis, aspergilloma, invasive aspergillosis.
    Found in soil, dust and decaying vegetable matter.  Also common in cellars/basements, kitchens and bathrooms. Causes more infections worldwide than any other mould.

    FU 3    Aspergillus Niger / Black Bread Mould   
    Coughing and wheezy attacks, bronchiectasis, aspergilloma, invasive aspergillosis.
    Found in soil, dust and decaying vegetable matter and on bread. Used in the production of citric acid, E310, E311 and E312.

    FU 4    Balantidium Coli   
    Asymptomatic, diarrhoea   
       
    FU 5    Candida Albicans   
    Most commonly affects the vagina (thick, white discharge), but also affects other mucous membranes, such as inside the mouth (sore, raised patches), or moist skin. (Itchy red rash with flaky white patches); may also affect the intestinal tract.   
    Diabetes and the hormonal changes in pregnancy or when taking oral contraceptives may encourage it; some women with vaginal candida have no symptoms.

    FU 6    Chlamydia Psittaci / Chlamydophila psittaci
    Psittacosis, pneumonia, hepatitis, possibly linked to heart disease.   
    Inhalation of dust from faeces of contaminated birds.

    FU 7    Chlamydia Trachomatis   
    Non-specific urethritis, fever, tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, otitis media, conjunctivitis, pneumonia, chronic salpingitis, possibly linked to heart disease.   
       
    FU 8    Coxiella Burnetii   
    Q fever, acute and chronic hepatitis.   
    Transmitted by rickettsia.

    FU 9    Entamoeba Histolytica   
    Liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain.
           
    FU 10    Epidermophyton Floccosum
    Tinea cruris (ringworm of crotch).   

    FU 11    Giardia Lamblia   
    Acute diarrhoea, generalised weakness, abdominal distension, nausea. Chronically can cause malabsorption.    Also infects cattle, cats and dogs; most commonly reported protozoa worldwide.

    FU 12    Leishmania Donovani
    Leishmaniasis (ulcerating skin lesions).   
    India and East Africa.

    FU 13    Microsporum Glypsium
    Tinea capitis   
    Prevalent in Southern Africa.

    FU 14    Mixed Protozoa
               
    FU 15    Plasmodium Falciparum   
    Malaria   
    Africa and New Guinea, South East Asia, South America and Oceania.

    FU 16    Plasmodium Vivax   
    Malaria   
    India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, SE Asia, Central and South America, Oceania.

    FU 17    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever       
    From rabbits and other small mammals by tick bites; North and South America.

    FU 18    Trichomonas Vaginalis   
    Vaginitis in woman; occasionally in men, affecting urethra, but usually asymptomatic.   
    Usually sexually transmitted.

    FU 19    Trichophyton  Rubrum
    Tinea pedis (athlete’s foot), Tinea cruris (groin).   

    FU 20    Trichophyton  Terrestre
    Tinea   

    FU 21    Trypanosoma Brucei   
    African Trypanosomiasis, sleeping sickness.
       
    FU22    Candida Glabrata/ Torulopsis Glabrata   
    Similar vaginal symptoms to Candida albicans.
    Appears to be on the increase.

    FU 23    Candida Krusei
    A form of candida particularly present in men, and those who have a compromised immune system, such as in HIV.    Appears to be on the increase.

    FU 24    Chlamydia Pneumoniae / Chlamydophila Pneumoniae   
    Pneumonia, bronchitis pharyngitis, laryngitis, and sinusitis.
    By age 20 years, 50% of population have evidence of past infection. Re-infection throughout life appears to be common.
    Studies have shown that people infected by this chlamydia are 4.5 times more likely to have a stroke than matched controls who show no sign of having encountered it. Links have also been proposed with Alzheimer’s disease, asthma, and some forms of arthritis.

    FU25    Cryptosporidium   
    Diarrhoea, (usually watery), abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting, fever, headache and loss of appetite; some people are asymptomatic.   
    Serological surveys indicate that 80% of the US population has had cryptosporidiosis.

    FU26    Entamoeba Coli, Cysts   
    Liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain.   

    FU27    Iodamoeba Butschliii, Trophozoites           
    Commensal in large intestine.

    FU28    Iodamoeba Butschlii,Cysts           
    Commensal in large intestine.

    FU29    Leishmania Tropica   
    Tropical sore, with infection usually localised to the site where the sand-fly bite occurs.       
    Found in Ethiopia, India, European Mediterranean region, Middle East, Kenya, North Africa; some troops deployed in the Gulf have exhibited unusual symptoms (including fever, nausea, and fatigue).

    FU30    Pneumocystis Carinii / Pneumocystis Jiroveci in Human lung   
    Pneumonia   

  • Comments

    There are more Candida in the Candida Test Kit.

    Fungus
    Simple parasitic life forms which cause illness by direct poisoning, toxic by-products, allergic reactions and/or colonisation of body tissues.

    Protozoa
    The simplest, most primitive type of animal, consisting of a single cell.

    Rickettsia
    A type of parasitic micro-organism. They resemble bacteria but are only able to replicate by invading the cells of another life form; rickettsiae are parasites of ticks, lice, etc., which can transmit the rickettsiae to humans via their bite or contaminated faeces.

    Chlamydia
    Micro-organisms are bigger than viruses and smaller than bacteria; like viruses they can only multiply by first invading the cells of another life-form; otherwise more like bacteria and are susceptible to antibiotics.

    Nosocomial infection: contracted in hospital

    Mycotoxins are produced by moulds. One mold species may produce many different mycotoxins, and the same mycotoxin may be produced by several species.

    Mycotoxins have the potential for both acute and chronic health effects via ingestion, skin contact, and inhalation. These toxins can enter the blood stream and the lymphatic system. They inhibit protein synthesis, damage macrophage systems, inhibit particle clearance of the lung, and increase sensitivity to bacterial endotoxin.

    There is evidence that they can cause cancers, kidney damage, gastrointestinal disturbances, reproductive disorders and suppression of the immune system. We also sell a Mycotoxin Test Kit.

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