Support Wendy Yeager

The year 2023 has held great challenges for me. Almost 12 months ago I began experiencing problems with my skin. Several months later we discovered mold in our attic due to a roof leak. My naturopathic doctor suspected mold was the culprit of my health struggles and suggested that we do a urine sample which revealed high levels of internal mold toxicity. This is the same type of mold that was in our home.

Upon receiving this news, we moved out of our home for a total of 10 weeks in the hope of lessening the symptoms, but to no avail. I learned that mold toxicity is not quickly cured. Over the spring and summer, we dove in headfirst to remediate the mold, replace the roof, HVAC system, flooring, duct cleaning, professional air purifiers, disposal of many items. We triple washed the clothing and linens we chose to keep.

In the meantime, the mild itching and rash accelerated into almost intolerable itching, seeping, and burning. Many days I experienced the sensation of a bee stinging my arms for hours on end. I have learned to cope using ice packs, saran wraps on my limbs, lotions, creams and even a high-powered steroid which caused more harm than good. I am on a very restricted diet, exercise regularly, take herbs, essential oils, and prescription anti histamine.

The Lord has given me strength and comfort, but this challenge has taken a significant toll on me physically and emotionally. Sleep has been difficult and work challenging. We had been praying for answers and next steps toward healing when my doctor strongly encouraged me to undergo Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). I learned that HBOT has been extremely successful in treating people who suffer from mold toxicity. HBOT acts as an anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal agent. It has been shown to reduce pain significantly, alleviate sleep dysfunction, and reduce cognitive impairment. It also decreases inflammation and swelling, increases energy, and increases the body’s white blood cell activity, boosting the immune system and promoting healing.

I learned that there is a non-profit facility in Northwest Ohio that I could go to called Sara’s Garden. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for my situation is only $150 per treatment at Sara’s Garden (as opposed to $1,500-2,500 per treatment at a hospital). Unfortunately, in the United States insurance companies do not recognize HBOT as being therapeutic for the treatment of these conditions and will therefore not cover the cost of the treatments.

I am greatly encouraged at the healing that is beginning to occur through this treatment. After 30 hyperbaric sessions, I have noted about a 30% improvement, but recognize that perhaps dozens more sessions will be required to rid my body of the mold toxicity and be brought back to health. Since my plan is to receive another full round of 40 HBOT treatments that cost adds up quickly. I could really use your help!

If you could assist me with the cost (or even just part of the cost) of a single $150 treatment it would help reduce my overall expenses greatly. 100% of the funds received will go into an account in my name and will be used for my treatments. Any contribution made would be considered a tax-deductible donation as Sara’s Garden is a 501(c)(3) non-profit facility. Checks can be made out to Sara’s Garden with my name on a sheet of paper accompanying the check. You can also donate online via credit card by clicking on the DONATE NOW button below.

Thank you so much for considering the support for my treatments at Sara’s Garden. Your love and support will not go unnoticed or unappreciated!

Wendy Yeager

Sara’s Garden is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your charitable contribution is tax deductible under 501(c)(3) of the IRS code, to the extent allowed by law. A receipt will be sent to you after your pledge has been received to use for tax purposes.

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