Welcome To Mold Gone, By John Ellis Water®

Common rainwater causes mold spores to grow both outdoors and, through leaks in your roof, inside your home. John Ellis water® with a hydrogen bond angle of 114 degrees kills all mold spores inside your home or your body.


Both outdoor and indoor air contamination from toxic mold spores is now an emerging health problem worldwide.

Some of the more opportunistic and dangerous mold spores include Stachybotrys chaturum (commonly known as black mold. You know it as the mold that sometimes grows on your walls (4th photo above). Also in the class of problematic mold spores are Asperguilus Pericillium, Trichoderma and several other names you won’t recognize. But they all have one thing in common: they flourish in homes that are damp or moist year ‘round, are in areas prone to seasonal flooding or experience heavy rains most of the year.

These opportunistic mold spores can cause adverse health problems for people through a disease known as mycotoxicosis (a term used to describe all toxic mold diseases). Science now knows that people contract mycotoxicosis through ingestion, inhalation or direct contact with someone else who is already infected. One of the best examples is a rare disease known as Morgellons. Morgellons was first thought to be a worm-like parasite in a sailor returning from a voyage from Central America in 1674. Morgellons is a mold spore. Mycotoxicosis patients have been diagnosed with rare diseases ranging from akakabio-byo to stachybotryitoxicosus to cancer as well as a myriad of much less serious but nevertheless trouble some problems like conjunctivitis, environmental allergies, asthma, bronchitis, diverticulitis and a myriad of other aches and pains.
There were no effective treatments for mold spore mycotoxicosis in people until the 1960s. As far as treating mold in homes, you tore out the affected areas and burned them and then repaired the affected areas by simply rebuilding what the mold destroyed. Even though, the odds of the mold returning was better than even. Continue Reading