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Valley Fever: The Hidden Epidemic


Today is the first day in my new video series on climate change and human health! The videos are all inspired by my book, FEVERED: How a Hotter Planet Will Harm Our Health and How We Can Save Ourselves. 

Today’s topic is Valley Fever. Enjoy!





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  1. Posted July 23, 2013 at 11:43 pm | Permalink

    Dear Linda,
    We are looking forward to your book. My husband has Valley Fever. He has been on almost every medication. Due to side affects they wont give him anymore. Thus we had to look elsewhere. I found a fungi from China that seems to be working to help him. I won’t say he is cured.
    It’s called Ganoderma. My husband takes the spore. Fungi killing fungi. Evidentally there are good fungi and bad. Ganoderma is a good one. Fungi are territorial and they will not let other fungi be around them. There is a lot of research on the web about the “Benifits of Ganoderma”. Google it.
    As for my husband, he has more energy, breathes easier and is getting better the longer he is on it. No more Diabetes 2 (from all the meds), Neuropathy in hands and feet (from meds) almost gone now, fungi nodules in skin are getting smaller, and he now sleeps through the night. He is not on any meds. at this time.
    Thank you for writing your book. Feel free to contact me if you have a question.


    Axcenia Hricziscse

    • Posted July 24, 2013 at 7:33 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for your kind words. I am story to hear about your husband. Few people are aware of how damaging Valley Fever can be and I’m delighted to hear that he has found something that is helping me. As you know, the traditional antifungal medications don’t work that well. Thanks for your support. Linda Marsa

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