Activated Carbon Air Filters For Airborne Mycotoxins?
About 4 months ago we moved from a townhouse that I'm now fairly certain had significant mold problems. I appear to be in that 25% who can't process the mycotoxins correctly as I get sudden on-set symptoms when I go in moldy buildings now.
I don't think our new home has mold problems, but we also did not leave behind anything in the move. So I'm looking for a reasonable way to try to treat mycotoxins that moved with us. (I'm still not feeling as good as I should)
Does anyone have any comment on the use of air filters with activated carbon for filtering mycotoxins?
- Activated Carbon â€“ for the removal of odors and mycotoxins from the air
- HEPA â€“ to trap mold spores and particles
- UV germicidal filtration â€“ to neutralize mold spores (and other biological contaminants)
And if it works, any recommendation for a brand? This reviewer with MCS said she reacted to whatever was used by AllerAir to create the carbon: