No, It's Not All In Your Head!

Toxic black mold on wall

They tell you "there’s nothing wrong with you", that it's "all in your head!" But you know something's not right.

You’ve seen every specialist, read every book, followed every article, tried every diet. But time and money wasted later, you're right back where you started.

No one understands. Not even your family or friends get it. The more you try to convince them, the more they back away with that all-too familiar look of disbelief in their eyes.

But—hey, it’s not their fault. They don’t get it. They never will. It’s impossible for anyone to understand what you’re going through unless they’ve lived it themselves.

And so here you are now, doing your best to read these words with a fogged-up, frustrated mind that's poisoned with doubt. Asking why this product should be any different.

I get it. That was me a few years back. The photo above is of my mold-infested apartment the evening I found it behind the sectional sofa.

It was a long and challenging journey, but that all changed when I met Cofe Fiakpui, an herbalist trained in Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Cofe had spent over a decade refining an herbal supplement intended for those who had been exposed to mold.

It surprised me that a product like this wasn’t readily available, so with Cofe's blessing, I launched MoldTCM.

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MoldTCM Complete

MoldTCM Complete

A Complete 50-Day, 4-Bottle Herbal Supplement Course for Mold Exposure


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  1. I am not currently using blood thinning or blood pressure medication, or a pacemaker. I am not pregnant or breastfeeding.
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MoldTCM is a comprehensive blend of 14 botanicals leveraging centuries of knowledge and historical use of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

1. Cinnamomum Cassia (Twig) Artemisia Annua Herb

Cinnamomum cassia (Cinnamon), renowned in gardening and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for its mold-combating properties, has shown promise against a variety of fungi, including Aspergillus and Candida albicans1,2. Its effectiveness is thought to stem from a component called o-methoxycinnamaldehyde3, although further research is required to pinpoint the exact mechanism4,5,6.

2. Anemarrhena Asphodeloides (Rhizome) Anemarrhena Asphodeloides Rhizome

This lily-family member, known as zhi mu in TCM, can reportedly counteract numerous fungi strains, including the neurotoxic Aspergillus niger7. It is believed that one of its saponins, broussanin, could be crucial in reducing mold and mycotoxins8. Additional studies suggest Anemarrhena's potential against Candida species9.

3. Houttuynia Cordata (Herb) Houttuynia Cordata Herb

An integral part of Asian cuisine and medicine, Houttuynia cordata may impede the growth of toxic black mold (Aspergillus niger) and green mold (Aspergillus flavus) while enhancing the natural defenses against Candida10.

4. Artemisia Annua (Herb) Artemisia Annua Herb

Known for its anti-malarial properties, Artemisia annua's importance in medicinal usage is growing due to its potential activity against parasites, fungi, and molds11,12. It could be effective against various Aspergillus species and limit the growth of other molds such as Rhizopus, Penicillium, and Mucor racemosus13,14,15.

5. Foeniculum Vulgare (Fruit) Foeniculum Vulgare Fruit

Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel), widely used in TCM and Ayurvedic medicine for digestive issues, can potentially eliminate a wide range of fungi and mold including Aspergillus and Cladosporium cladosporioides16,17. It may also neutralize mycotoxins19,20.

6. Eugenia Caryophyllata (Flower Bud) Eugenia Caryophyllata Flower Bud

This spice, better known as clove, contains eugenol, which can limit the growth of certain fungi, including Aspergillus21. It might also disrupt the molds' intercommunication and toxin production24. Eugenol has also demonstrated effectiveness against Candida and other molds25,26.

7. Cyperus Rotundus (Rhizome) Cyperus Rotundus Rhizome

The root of Cyperus rotundus, found globally and lauded in Ayurvedic medicine for its detoxifying capabilities, exhibits antibacterial, anti-parasitic, and antifungal properties against Candida and Aspergillus28,29,30,31,32.

8. Xanthium Sibiricum (Fruit) Xanthium Sibiricum Fruit

Known as Siberian cocklebur in TCM, this herb has potential anti-inflammatory and liver-protective properties33,34. Early studies indicate it may act against Aspergillus fumigatus35.

9. Ligusticum Sinense (Root) Ligusticum Sinense Root

Traditionally used for headaches and viral infections, Ligusticum sinense, also known as osha in Ayurvedic medicine, has demonstrated activity against various species of fungi and molds in lab tests36,37.

10. Curcuma Longa (Rhizome) Curcuma Longa Rhizome

Curcuma longa, or turmeric, is recognized for its potent antioxidant properties and is utilized in Ayurvedic Medicine to combat inflammatory conditions. Besides its potential role in controlling plant mold, it is being investigated for its effectiveness against various fungi species38,39. It is also found to inhibit the production of aflatoxin by Aspergillus species40,41 and can support liver function for detoxification of mycotoxins42,43.

11. Acorus Tatarinowii (Rhizome) Acorus Tatarinowii Rhizome

Acorus tatarinowii, with a rich history in Ayurvedic medicine and TCM for treating Candida infections, may have better effectiveness than some anti-fungal agents44. It also exhibits activity against Aspergillus species45,46.

12. Psoralea Corylifolia (Fruit) Psoralea Corylifolia Fruit

Psoralea corylifolia, known as babchi or Bu Gu Zhi, has been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine to treat fungal skin diseases and other conditions. Current research indicates it may boost the immune system and counteract plant fungi and molds47,48. It might also help neutralize fungal toxins like trichocethine49.

13. Glycyrrhiza Uralensis (Root) Glycyrrhiza Uralensis Root

Glycyrrhiza uralensis or Licorice Root, far beyond just a candy flavor, is utilized in global herbal medicine for its protective properties. It has broad antimicrobial properties and was found to be active against different types of mold and fungus50,51.

14. Schisandra Chinensis (Fruit) Schisandra Chinensis Fruit

Schisandra, one of the most commonly used herbs in TCM, is known for its adaptogenic properties, supporting immune health and major detoxification systems53,54. Recent studies show it has anti-fungal effects and can be effective against fungal skin infections55,56.


The unique blend of these 14 botanicals forms a holistic formula that is deeply rooted in the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda. It brings together ingredients that have been traditionally used for their mold-related properties, reflecting our ongoing commitment to health and wellbeing.

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