“Erik on Avoidance: Writings About Mold Avoidance, 2000-2015”


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Many years before any articles about the dangers of mold toxins in buildings appeared in the medical journal literature, Erik Johnson already had developed a concerted strategy of avoidance to protect himself from their negative effects.

As the decades passed, Erik refined his approach. Many other people now have used it to help to recover from their own injuries from toxic mold.

This book includes Erik’s writings (from 2000-2015) on a wide variety of mold avoidance topics – everything from converting a cargo trailer to how he currently deals with water to his experiences with the substance commonly known as “Hell Toxin.”

The book is organized by topic and focuses just on issues of biotoxin avoidance.

It is edited by Lisa Petrison and includes a large number of original illustrations.

The foreword is by Giles Meehan of the UK-based organization “Get Well from M.E.”

The book is available in PDF format for immediate free downloading. (If you have trouble seeing the document, click “Download” near the upper right-hand corner of the computer screen.)

An Amazon Kindle version also is available for $2.99.


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