Mycotoxin testing

Mycotoxins are the “poison” from mold. They’re the toxic part of mold that actually makes you sick. Testing to see if you have mycotoxins is step one.

Why to test
You need to see if mold is in your space and if that could be affecting you.
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Prep for test
Make sure you follow these tips to get the most from your ERMI.
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Do the test
You can do the ERMI all by yourself. It’s simple, just follow these tips.
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After the test
Your results are in, what comes next? Let’s dive in and see what it means.
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Why an ERMI test?

A way of checking your home for mold

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

  1. Ground zero

    You want to conduct an ERMI where you think ground zero could be for your mold exposure. Home, work, school, gym, car, any place you frequent that could be the culprit.

  2. Types of mold

    Your ERMI will tell you the findings of the presence of 36 different species of mold. Some commonly found molds and other more dangerous molds.

  3. Quantity of mold

    Your ERMI will give you a reading of the concentration of spore/fragment equivalent per milligram. This will tell you how concentrated that species is.

  4. Toxic molds

    Some molds are more dangerous than others. Five of the most toxic to humans are included in your ERMI. This includes stachybotyrs, chaetomium and more.

  5. Health

    Your ERMI, if high, could point to a root cause of your health issues. Mycotoxins from mold are toxic to your body in so many ways and allow chronic issues to compound.

  6. Inspection

    Finding high levels of mold, and specifically water damaged molds, means you have a real problem. If that’s the case, you will need a *good* IEP to inspect.

See a sample ERMI report
Buy an ERMI test now

Why an ERMI test?

A way of checking your home for mold

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

  1. Ground zero

    You want to conduct an ERMI where you think ground zero could be for your mold exposure. Home, work, school, gym, car, any place you frequent that could be the culprit.

  2. Types of mold

    Your ERMI will tell you the findings of the presence of 36 different species of mold. Some commonly found molds and other more dangerous molds.

  3. Quantity of mold

    Your ERMI will give you a reading of the concentration of spore/fragment equivalent per milligram. This will tell you how concentrated that species is.

  4. Toxic molds

    Some molds are more dangerous than others. Five of the most toxic to humans are included in your ERMI. This includes stachybotyrs, chaetomium and more.

  5. Health

    Your ERMI, if high, could point to a root cause of your health issues. Mycotoxins from mold are toxic to your body in so many ways and allow chronic issues to compound.

  6. Inspection

    Finding high levels of mold, and specifically water damaged molds, means you have a real problem. If that’s the case, you will need a *good* IEP to inspect.

See a sample ERMI report
Buy an ERMI test now

Why an ERMI test?

A way of checking your home for mold

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

  1. Ground zero

    You want to conduct an ERMI where you think ground zero could be for your mold exposure. Home, work, school, gym, car, any place you frequent that could be the culprit.

  2. Types of mold

    Your ERMI will tell you the findings of the presence of 36 different species of mold. Some commonly found molds and other more dangerous molds.

  3. Quantity of mold

    Your ERMI will give you a reading of the concentration of spore/fragment equivalent per milligram. This will tell you how concentrated that species is.

  4. Toxic molds

    Some molds are more dangerous than others. Five of the most toxic to humans are included in your ERMI. This includes stachybotyrs, chaetomium and more.

  5. Health

    Your ERMI, if high, could point to a root cause of your health issues. Mycotoxins from mold are toxic to your body in so many ways and allow chronic issues to compound.

  6. Inspection

    Finding high levels of mold, and specifically water damaged molds, means you have a real problem. If that’s the case, you will need a *good* IEP to inspect.

See a sample ERMI report
Buy an ERMI test now

Why an ERMI test?

A way of checking your home for mold

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

Mycotoxins are a toxic metabolite that mold colonies send off to keep other competing molds at bay. Their best defense is a potent offense. These mycotoxins are ultra-tiny (down to 0.1 microns), about 1/100 of a human hair. This is how they get through walls, from under cabinets and under floors from water-damaged areas, to reach you.

The mold is most often hidden and you can’t even see mycotoxins. This is why so many people don’t realize it’s part of their health problems.

  1. Ground zero

    You want to conduct an ERMI where you think ground zero could be for your mold exposure. Home, work, school, gym, car, any place you frequent that could be the culprit.

  2. Types of mold

    Your ERMI will tell you the findings of the presence of 36 different species of mold. Some commonly found molds and other more dangerous molds.

  3. Quantity of mold

    Your ERMI will give you a reading of the concentration of spore/fragment equivalent per milligram. This will tell you how concentrated that species is.

  4. Toxic molds

    Some molds are more dangerous than others. Five of the most toxic to humans are included in your ERMI. This includes stachybotyrs, chaetomium and more.

  5. Health

    Your ERMI, if high, could point to a root cause of your health issues. Mycotoxins from mold are toxic to your body in so many ways and allow chronic issues to compound.

  6. Inspection

    Finding high levels of mold, and specifically water damaged molds, means you have a real problem. If that’s the case, you will need a *good* IEP to inspect.

See a sample ERMI report
Buy an ERMI test now