Could COVID-19 make you susceptible to a black fungus infection? Find out.
0:00 Introduction: COVID-19 and black fungus
0:28 Why COVID-19 may increase risk of fungal infections
2:08 Black fungus symptoms
2:48 Best remedies for black fungus infection
3:50 Bulletproof your immune system
In this video, we’re going to talk about COVID-19 and black fungus.
In certain countries, there have been more instances of having a black fungus infection after having COVID-19. The scientific name of this fungus is mucormycosis, and it grows in certain soils.
Steroid coronavirus treatments may increase the risk of fungal infections. Additionally, if you are a diabetic, this can increase the risk of fungal infections after covid.
Anything that compromises your immune system may increase your risk of a black fungus infection.
When you take a steroid, you are actually suppressing the immune system. In fact, the hormone cortisol turns off immune reactions. This is why cortisol is used for inflammatory conditions.
The symptoms of a black fungus infection include:
• Sinus infection
• Facial pain
• Eye pain
• Lung infection
• Respiratory problems
• Coughing Although black fungus infections are rare, these symptoms typically appear 10-60 days after infection.
The best remedies for a black fungus infection include:
• Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (o2 inhibits fungal growth)
• Garlic and oregano oil
• Vitamin D and zinc
• Non-dairy probiotics
• Getting your blood sugars under control (keto and intermittent fasting)
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: https://youtu.be/H-8mZBkgKfQ
Garlic and Oregano Oil:
Healthy Ketogenic Diet and Intermittent Fasting: