What Is Mold?
- Mold is a fungus and it grows on plants and fibers.
- Mold reproduces once it finds a specific area and then creates allergens that irritate many functions of the human body.
- Mold digests organic matter by releasing spores.
Have you ever noticed the green or black fuzzy stuff that grows on bread or walls? That’s mold!
How do you know if its good mold or bad mold? Is there a difference? Definitely.
What Is the Difference Between Good and Bad Mold?
Not all mold is toxic or “bad,” but indoor mold growth is never good.
All mold can cause health effects to sensitive individuals if left as it naturally grows in your home.
Then, is there such a thing as “good mold?”
There are positive ways mold has been used is a likelier statement.
How has Mold Been Used Positively?
- The antibiotic, Pennicillin, was derived from mold and has saved many lives from deadly diseases!
- Mold has been used to age cheeses to the perfection of taste!
- Mold has even been used to improve the texture of wine!
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Joslyn from the MoldBlogger Team