FUNGI TEST KIT 1, 2 & 3
see below for all 3 kits
Fungi Test & Protozoa Test Kit 1 30 Vials $99

The energy patterns of 3 types of Candida, Chlamydia psittaci, Giardia lamblia, Malaria, Trichomonas vaginalis, 2 types of Aspergillus, the fungi which cause athlete’s foot and ringworm, etc.
This is one of three Fungus Kits. We often think viruses are the most important threat, but fungal infections, while often less dramatic, can have profound and long lasting effects on health. The fungus can have a direct effect (e.g. an allergic reaction) or they can affect health through the mycotoxins they produce. We also have a Mycotoxins Test Kit. More Candida species are available in the Candida Kit.
Some definitions.

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.

FU 1 Aflatoxins
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: 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
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects coughing and wheezy attacks, bronchiectasis, aspergilloma, invasive aspergillosis.
Fungus Found in soil, dust and decaying vegetable matter.

FU 3 Aspergillus Niger
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: coughing and wheezy attacks, bronchiectasis, aspergilloma, invasive aspergillosis.
Fungus Found in soil, dust and decaying vegetable matter. Used in the production of citric acid, E310, E311 and E312.

FU 4 Balantidium Coli
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: asymptomatic, diarrhoea. Protozoa

FU 5 Candida Albicans
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: 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.
Fungus 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
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: psittacosis, pneumonia, hepatitis, possibly linked to heart disease. Chlamydia Inhalation of dust from faeces of contaminated birds.

FU 7 Chlamydia Trachomatis
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: non-specific urethritis, fever, tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, otitis media, conjunctivitis, pneumonia, chronic salpingitis, possibly linked to heart disease.Chlamydia

FU 8 Coxiella Burnetii
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: Q fever, acute and chronic hepatitis. Transmitted by rickettsia

FU 9 Entamoeba Histolytica
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain. Protozoa

FU 10 Epidermophyton Floccosum
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: tinea cruris (ringworm of crotch). Fungus

FU 11 Giardia Lamblia
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: acute diarrhoea, generalised weakness, abdominal distension, nausea. Chronically can cause malabsorption. Protozoa Also infects cattle, cats and dogs; most commonly reported protozoa world wide

FU 12 Leishmania Donovani
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: Leishmaniasis (ulcerating skin lesions). Protozoa Reservoir of dogs and humans. India and E Africa.

FU 13 Microsporum Glypsium
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: tinea capitis. Fungus Prevalent in S. Africa.

FU 14 Mixed Protozoa

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

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

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

FU 18 Trichomonas Vaginalis
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: vaginitis in woman; occasionally in men, affecting urethra, but usually asymptomatic. Protozoa Usually sexually transmitted.

FU 19 Trichophyton Rubrum
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: tinea pedis (athlete’s foot), tinea cruris (groin). Fungus

FU 20 Trichophyton Terrestre
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: Tinea. Fungus

FU 21 Trypanosoma Brucei
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: African Trypanosomiasis, sleeping sickness. Protozoa. Africa

FU22 Candida Glabrata/ Torulopsis Glabrata
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: similar vaginal symptoms to candida albicans. Fungus. 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. Fungus. Appears to be on the increase.

FU 24 Chlamydia Pneumoniae / Chlamydophila Pneumoniae
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: pneumonia, bronchitis pharyngitis, laryngitis, and sinusitis. Chlamydia. 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
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: diarrhoea, (usually watery), abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting, fever, headache and loss of appetite; some people are asymptomatic. Protozoa. Serological surveys indicate that 80% of the US population has had cryptosporidiosis.

FU26 Entamoeba Coli, Cysts
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain. Protozoa

FU27 Iodamoeba Butschliii, Trophozoites
Commensal in large intestine.

FU28 Iodamoeba Butschlii, Cysts
Commensal in large intestine.

FU29 Leishmania Tropica
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: tropical sore, with infection usually localised to the site where the sandfly 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 Carnii in Human lung
Medically recognized possible symptoms & effects: pneumonia. Fungus.

Fungi Test Kit 2 30 Vials $99

The energy patterns of Acremonium, Curvularia specifera, Rhizoplus stolonifer plus some vials containing various strains from the same family (Alternaria mix, Aspergillus mix, Penicillium mix, Phoma mix, etc.)

The starting material for this kit (dried and powdered fungi) was supplied by Michael Lebowitz, DC, of Colorado USA. The company that originally provided them is no longer in business, so it is not possible to ascertain exactly what strains are in the mixes.

This is one of three Fungus Kits. We often think viruses are the most important threat, but fungal infections, while often less dramatic, can have profound and long lasting effects on health. The fungus can have a direct effect (e.g. an allergic reaction) or they can affect health through the mycotoxins they produce. We also have a Mycotoxins Test Kit.

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

FU2 31 Acremonium/bCephalosporium Mix
Causes respiratory infections and fungal nail infections.
Particularly found on wheat, but also on dead plant material and soil.

FU2 32 Alternaria Mix
A common allergen; infections mainly in the immuno-suppressed.
A widespread airborne mould occurring both indoors and out; particularly abundant in decaying plant matter, indoor horizontal surfaces and window frames.

FU2 33 Aspergillus Mix
common allergen; opportunistic infections when immuno-suppressed, mainly affecting lungs; can produce symptoms that resemble asthma.
Produces a mycotoxin called gliotoxin; commonly isolated from soil, plant debris including compost heaps, and indoor air environment; used to culture soy foods such as miso and is a source for ‘vegetable based’ digestive enzymes.

FU2 34 Aureobasidium Pullulans/ Pullularia
Allergic reactions common.
Pink or black mildew found where moisture accumulates indoors; also found in/on soil, forest soils, fresh water, aerial portion of plants, fruit, marine estuary sediments and wood.

FU2 35 Botrytis Cinerea
Allergic reactions possible.
Found on stored fruit and vegetables, on decaying plants and in soil.

FU2 36 Chaetomium Globosum
Opportunistic infections when immuno-suppressed; may cause nail infections.
Found in soil, air, plant debris and dung.

FU2 37 Cladosporium Mix
Common allergen widely distributed in air and rotten organic material; frequently isolated as a contaminant on foods; a common airborne mould on the US east coast.

FU2 38 Curvularia Specifera
May cause infections in both humans and animals found on soil, plants, and cereals particularly in tropics and sub-tropics.

FU2 39 Epicoccum Mix
Common allergen mould widely distributed and commonly isolated from air, soil and foodstuff; also found on textiles.

FU2 40 Fusarium Mix
Allergic reactions; infections in the immuno-suppressed.
Produces mycotoxins; widely distributed on plants and in the soil; found in normal mycoflora of commodities, such as rice, bean, soybean, and other crops.

FU2 41 Geotrichum Candidum
Lung infections have been reported, and less commonly infections of mouth, vagina, skin and digestive tract.
Part of normal human flora, can be isolated from sputum and faeces; very common; found worldwide in soil, water, air, and sewage, as well as in plants, cereals, and dairy products.

FU2 42 Gliocladium Fimbriatum
Worldwide distribution in soil and on plant debris.

FU2 43 Helminthosporium
Moulds of grasses.

FU2 44 Microsporum Canis
Tinea capitis and tinea corporis (ringworm) in humans.
Also affects cats and dogs.

FU2 45 Monotospora Brevis

FU2 46 Mucor Mix
Common allergen; uncommon infection in immuno-suppressed.
Fungus found in soil, plants, decaying fruits and vegetables.

FU2 47 Mycogone Sp
Causes disease in commercial mushrooms.

FU2 48 Neurospora Sitophila
Pink mould found on mushrooms.

FU2 49 Penicillium Mix
Allergies and pneumonitis.
Produces mycotoxins; widespread; found in soil, decaying vegetation, and the air; common contaminants on food; found in house dust, wallpaper, moist chipboard and water-damaged fabrics.

FU2 50 Phoma Mix
Allergies and pneumonitis.
Soil and plant material; on shower curtains, walls, tiles and reverse side of linoleum; may be found on foods such as rice and butter.

FU2 51 Rhizopus Stolonifer
Allergies and lung problems.
Found in soil, wood mills, decaying fruit and vegetables, animal dung, and old bread.

FU2 52 Rhodotorula Rubra
Found in air, soil, lakes, ocean water, and dairy products.

FU2 53 Scopulariopsis Sp
May cause infections in both humans and animals soil, plant material, feathers, and insects.

FU2 54 Spondylocladium Atrovirens
Problem on potatoes.

FU2 55 Sporobolomyces
Allergies; may cause infections in both humans and animals.
Air, tree leaves, and orange peel.

FU2 56 Sporotrichum Pruinosum
Widely distributed in decaying wood and soil.

FU2 57 Stemphylium Mix
Allergies and (but rarely) sinusitis.
Widely distributed on decaying vegetation, wood and in the soil; rare indoors.

FU2 58 Trichoderma Mix
Allergies; opportunistic infections in immuno-suppressed; becoming more of a problem widely distributed in the soil, plant material, decaying vegetation, and wood; paper and unglazed ceramics.

FU2 59 Trichophyton Mix
One of the leading causes of hair, skin, and nail infections in humans (ringworm, athlete’s foot etc.).
Found in the soil; also affects animals.

FU2 60 Verticillium Albo-Atrum
A rare agent of mycotic keratitis (an eye infection).
Decaying vegetation and soil; affects trees (particularly maples).

Fungi Test Kit 3 24 vials $95

Additional important fungi, many of which produce mycotoxins that are dangerous for human health. This is one of three Fungus Kits. We often think viruses are the most important threat, but fungal infections, while often less dramatic, can have profound and long lasting effects on health. Fungi can have a direct effect (e.g. an allergic reaction) or they can affect health through the mycotoxins they produce. There is also a Mycotoxins Test Kit available.

FU3 61 Aspergillus Carneus
Produces mycotoxin citrinin.

FU3 62 Aspergillus Clavatus
Commonly isolated from soil, plant debris, and indoor air environment. Produces the mycotoxins cytochalasin and patulin.

FU3 63 Aspergillus Flavus
Commonly isolated from soil, plant debris, and indoor air environment. Produces the mycotoxins aflatoxin B and cyclopiazonic acid. A rare cause of pulmonary disease.

FU3 64 Aspergillus Glaucus
Commonly isolated from soil, plant debris, and indoor air environment.

FU3 65 Aspergillus Nidulans
Commonly isolated from soil, plant debris, and indoor air environment. Produces the mycotoxin sterigmatocystin.

FU3 66 Aspergillus Ochraceus
Common indoors. Produces mycotoxins ochratoxin A and penicillic acid.

FU3 67 Aspergillus Ustus
Found in the soil and also on cardboard, paper, rubber, birds, and in dried fruits, nuts, cheeses, citrus fruits, seeds and grains. Produces mycotoxins ausdiol, austamide, austocystin and brevianamide.

FU3 68 Aspergillus Versicolor
Commonly found on mattresses and carpets and in cellars/basements. Produces mycotoxin sterigmatocystin. Prevalent in over 5% of fungal infections of toenail, particularly involving big toe.

FU3 69 Bipolaris
Linked to allergic and chronic sinusitis and chest infections. Produces mycotoxins cytochalasin, sterigmatocystin and sporidesmin.

FU3 70 Blastomyces Dermatitidis
Found primarily in the Mid-West and Northern United States and Canada. Causes blastomycosis (lung infection, chest pains, coughs, fever, painless sores). Produces mycotoxins cytochalasin, sporidfesmin and sterigmatocystin.

FU3 71 Coccidiodes Immitis
Most commonly seen in the desert regions of the southwestern United States, and in Central and South America. It can cause a disease called coccidioidomycosis (Valley Fever).

FU3 72 Cryptococcus Neoformans
Found in soil throughout the world. Can cause lung infections (cryptococcosis).

FU3 73 Cylindrocarpon
Found in wet indoor environments. Produces mycotoxin trichothecene.

FU3 74 Memnoniella
Found in soil and plant debris but also inside buildings, especially on cellulose-based materials. Often found growing with Stachybotrys, but smaller so enters lungs more easily. Most typical symptoms are throat irritation, eye and nose itchiness and rashes. Produces mycotoxins trichothecenes.

FU3 75 Myrothecium
Often found on materials such as paper, textiles, canvas and cotton. Produces mycotoxin trichothecene.

FU3 76 Penicillium Aurantiogriseum
Commonly found on mattresses and carpets. Produces mycotoxin Penicillic acid.

FU3 77
Penicillium Chrysogenum Commonly found on mattresses and carpets.

FU3 78 Penicillium Nordicum
Commonly isolated from fermented meat products such as cured ham and dairy products. Produces mycotoxin ochratoxin A.

FU3 79 Penicillium Verrucosum
Found on cereals (e.g. wheat, barley). Produces mycotoxin citrinin and ochratoxin A.

FU3 80 Pithomyces
Often found growing in soil, decaying leaves and grasses. Produces mycotoxin sporidesmin.

FU3 81 Rhizopus
Found on mature fruits and vegetables, jellies, syrups, bread, peanuts, leather and tobacco. Produces mycotoxin rhizonin.

FU3 82 Sporothrix Schenkii
Found throughout the world in soil, plants, and decaying vegetation. Skin lesions characteristically following lymphatic pathways.

FU3 83 Stachybotrys Chartarum /Stachybotrys Atra, Stachybotrys Alternans Or Stilbospora Chartarum
Also known as black mould. Commonly found on wallpapers. Also on paper, cardboard, wallboard, wall framing when persistently wet. Linked to sick building syndrome. Produces mycotoxins roridin E, satratoxin G & H and trichothecene.

FU3 84 Wallemia
Found worldwide, and typically contaminate low-moisture foods, carpets and mattresses. Produces mycotoxin walleminol.