Powdery Mildew?

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    Toffeecoo
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    I have a mild garden going and I noticed a powdery substance on some of my plants. My new batch of sunflowers are kind of my pride and joy, I took them into the house to avoid the strong winds, a few days later I go to bring them out there’s a horrendous amount of this mildew all over them, even on the stem!
    My question is, inhaling this (as even a gentle wriggle of the leaf sends the spores flying) will it affect the candidas?

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    raster
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    Molds can feed the candida, and this is the single biggest factor in how I got candida I think other than antibiotic use when I was young.

    However, unless you are working in an old dusty/moldy basement, I wouldn’t worry about small amounts of airborne molds.

    I sometimes work at a place where there are 50-100 year old documents and boy these contain lots of molds! When I was really ill, I noticed that I felt like crap around them…but as I got better it didn’t effect me nearly as much.

    Hope this helps!

    -Raster

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