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Coffee as Medicine: Avoiding Mold and Maximizing Health Benefits – And Improve the Taste!

Bonus Update 28 Feb 2024: Check the last paper referenced at the bottom of this blog. It can make a huge difference in the taste of your expresso!

Coffee, often referred to as the ‘elixir of life’, is more than just a comforting morning ritual or an afternoon pick-me-up. With numerous studies highlighting its beneficial impact on health, coffee can indeed be regarded as a form of ‘medicine’. But, as with any medicine, it’s crucial to ensure its quality for maximum efficacy. One of the key aspects of maintaining coffee’s integrity is avoiding mold contamination.

Mold in coffee can be more common than we might think. It’s not necessarily visible, but its presence can negatively impact the coffee’s taste and, more importantly, its health benefits. More concerning, mold exposure can lead to various health issues ranging from allergic reactions to more serious neurological problems.

To enjoy the health benefits of coffee and avoid potential risks, I’ve developed some strategies based on my experiences and personal research:

1. Choose Reliable Sources: Quality coffee begins with choosing the right brand. I get all my coffee from three main sources: 

  • 44 North Coffee: This coffee is featured at the Lost Kitchen and the Royal Tar Blend has become my favorite.
  • Blue Bottle: Known for their high-quality brews, this San Francisco-based company is a reliable source for great coffee. 
  • Black Rifle: A veteran organization delivering excellent coffee while supporting a good cause.
  • Hawaiian Kona from Amazon Green Coffee Traders: The premium price pays for the distinctive rich flavor of Kona coffee.

2. Avoid Mold-Prone Brands: Certain brands can be more prone to mold contamination. In my case, I’ve found mold in some Nespresso capsules during recycling. So, to reduce exposure to mold, I try to avoid such brands in the future. Also, I use frequency treatments on my home to further combat mold.

3. Muscle Testing for Need: I treat coffee as a personalized medicine. By using muscle testing, I can determine whether my body needs coffee at any given time. If it’s not going to benefit me, I simply don’t drink it.

4. Variety is Key: Since the body’s needs constantly vary, it’s beneficial to have a range of coffee choices at hand. This not only satisfies my liking for coffee but also allows me to meet the fluctuating needs of my body.

In summary, treating coffee as medicine involves both a conscious choice of high-quality sources and an attuned awareness of your body’s needs. With the right approach, your favorite brew can serve as more than just a beverage, becoming a valuable ally in your journey towards health and wellbeing.


The health benefits of coffee have been widely researched over the years. Here are some key studies that have found positive effects associated with coffee consumption:

1. Coffee consumption and health: umbrella review of meta-analyses of multiple health outcomes – Poole R, Kennedy OJ, Roderick P, Fallowfield JA, Hayes PC, Parkes J. – British Medical Journal, 2017 (Source: [Link](

   This umbrella review of 201 meta-analyses of observational research and 17 meta-analyses of interventional research concluded that coffee consumption was more often associated with benefits than harm for a range of health outcomes across exposures including cancer, cardiovascular disease, and mortality.

2. Coffee Consumption and Mortality From All Causes, Cardiovascular Disease, and Cancer: A Dose-Response Meta-Analysis – Grosso G, Godos J, Galvano F, Giovannucci EL. – American Journal of Epidemiology, 2014 (Source: [Link](

   This study analyzed the associations of coffee consumption with mortality from all causes, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and cancer. It concluded that coffee consumption was inversely related to all-cause mortality and mortality due to CVD and various cancers.

3. Coffee Intake and Incidence of Hypertension: Results from Three Large Prospective Cohort Studies – Liu QP, Wu YF, Cheng HY, Xia T, Ding H, Wang H, Wang ZM, Xu Y. – American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2020 (Source: [Link](

   This paper found that higher coffee consumption was associated with a lower risk of hypertension.

4. Coffee and Tea Consumption Are Inversely Associated with Mortality in a Multiethnic Urban Population – Gardener H, Rundek T, Wright CB, Elkind MS, Sacco RL. – Journal of Nutrition, 2013 (Source: [Link](

   This study showed that daily coffee consumption was associated with a decreased risk of death from all causes.

5. The Impact of Green Tea and Coffee Consumption on the Reduced Risk of Stroke Incidence in Japanese Population – Kokubo Y, Iso H, Saito I, Yamagishi K, Yatsuya H, Ishihara J, Inoue M, Tsugane S. – Stroke, 2013 (Source: [Link](

   This research found that daily consumption of green tea and coffee can significantly reduce the risk of stroke. 

6, Harper, J.M., McDonald, C.S., Rheingold, E.J., & Wehn, L.C. (2024). Moisture-controlled triboelectrification during coffee grinding. Matter. Retrieved from

If you have read this far you have a special treat. This research paper finds that water content of beans makes a huge difference in the coffee grinding process. Put your beans in a bowl of a water for a minute or two, then drain the water. Now when you put them in your expresso grinder you will get a better tasting expresso. The difference can be huge, depending on how dry your beans are.

Please note that while coffee has been found to have many positive health effects, overconsumption can still lead to issues such as sleep disturbances, increased heart rate, and gastrointestinal problems. Individuals should also be aware of the amount of sugar and cream they add to their coffee, as these additions can lead to health problems if consumed excessively. It’s also important to mention that while these studies find associations, they do not prove causality, and individual health outcomes can vary. 

Heart Disease: Causes and Prevention

There a many types of cardiovascular disease (see Medical News Today):

Congenital heart disease


Arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat.

Coronary artery disease

The coronary arteries supply the heart muscle with nutrients and oxygen by circulating blood. Coronary arteries can become diseased or damaged, usually because of plaque deposits that contain cholesterol.

Dilated cardiomyopathy

This is also known as a heart attack, cardiac infarction, and coronary thrombosis. An interrupted blood flow damages or destroys part of the heart muscle.

Heart failure

Also known as congestive heart failure, heart failure occurs when the heart does not pump blood around the body efficiently.

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

This is a genetic disorder in which the wall of the left ventricle thickens, making it harder for blood to be pumped out of the heart.

Mitral regurgitation

Also known as mitral valve regurgitation, mitral insufficiency, or mitral incompetence, this occurs when the mitral valve in the heart does not close tightly enough.

Mitral valve prolapse

The valve between the left atrium and left ventricle does not fully close, it bulges upwards, or back into the atrium.

Pulmonary stenosis

It becomes hard for the heart to pump blood from the right ventricle into the pulmonary artery because the pulmonary valve is too tight.

There appear to be two primary causes, other than genetic disorder, for all categories of heart disease.

  1. Diseases related to heart function appear to be caused by infection of the heart, primarily with the same organism that causes cancer. This organism can be clearly seen in an Ergonom 700 microscope that magnifies 25000x. Frequencies for elimination of this organism are documented on this site.
  2. Diseases related to clogging of the arteries are primary the result of nanobacteria. CT scan calcium scores indicate level of arterial obstruction. Nanobacteria form calcium shells which block the arteries. A strategy for reducing calcium scores on a CT scan by 87.5% is documented on this site.

In 2016, 32.3% of deaths were caused by heart disease and 16.3% of deaths were caused by cancer. We estimate that 80% of these deaths could be prevented with frequencies.

Today there are clinical trials using frequency devices, many government approved frequency tools, and thousands of research papers published in PubMed. Eventually health care providers will start bringing these tools into their practice.

Live Longer: Reduction of Calcification in the Arteries with Frequencies

Since 1975 I have been working with some of the leading medical researchers in the world. I worked with twice Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling while a professor at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Working with physicans in the Academy hospital we were contemplating a clinical trial of Vitamin C to see if it reduced colds in cadets. Alas, the administration would not permit it in 1974. However, in 1975 I joined the faculty of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and in 1980 hooked up with Dr. Pauling when he sponsored the University of Colorado Center for Vitamins and Cancer Research (which I co-founded with another senior scientist). I had millions of dollars of grant funding from the National Cancer Center every year for over a decade which got me started on advanced technologies to eliminate disease. A few years ago National Cancer Institute leadership told me I was still on the list of only 300 scientists qualified to lead large grants for cancer research.


Linus Pauling (February 28, 1901 – August 19, 1994) was an American chemist, biochemist, peace activist, author, educator, and husband of American human rights activist Ava Helen Pauling. He published more than 1,200 papers and books, of which about 850 dealt with scientific topics. New Scientist called him one of the 20 greatest scientists of all time, and as of 2000, he was rated the 16th most important scientist in history.


Dr. Pauling showed me his almost complete DNA model and the data he gave Watson and Crick which he claimed enabled them to publish first and achieve a Nobel prize which Dr. Pauling thought rightfully belonged to him. He is the only human to achieve two independent Nobel prizes and was gunning for a third. He radically changed my thinking about medicine by showing me his lab and introducing me to his fellow researchers.

This started me down a path that led to frequency medicine which is now emerging into the mainstream. There are 566 peer reviewed medical research papers at on Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency research and 5167 papers published on electromagnetic field therapy. This is truly the future of medicine with FDA approved cancer clinical trials now in progress. Even more interesting is using electromagnetic frequencies to reprogram DNA, a more reliable and accurate approach to CRISPR.

In 2005, I visited another leading medical researcher, Dr. Terry Grossman, also a graduate of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He had just published a book with Ray Kurzweil, Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever. At that time, my biological age was over 20 years younger than my calendar age, almost the lowest he had ever seen (two Japanese guys had me beat).

Dr. Grossman put me on a program to regularly scan my arteries for calcification as he felt was the leading risk of death for someone who had already eliminated some cancers with frequencies (as proven by physician biopsy). I had almost no calcification on a CT scan in 2005. However, by 2012 my calcium score was elevated:

The Coronary Artery Calcium (CAC) Screening Test was done utilizing Ultra-Fast Coaxial Tomography (UF CT Scan) that was able to image the amount of calcified atherosclerotic plaque in the coronary artery walls of your heart. The computer was able to calculate a calcium score for each region of calcified plaque in each coronary artery, and a total calcium score for the heart as a whole.

There are two types of plaque that develop in the arteries: hard or calcified plaque and soft or vulnerable plaque. Heart attack risk appears to be more closely related to soft, vulnerable plaque, but at present we do not have imaging devices able to quantify this type of plaque. The ultrafast CT scan is only able to measure the heart calcified plaque. Since there is a direct correlation between hard, calcified plaque, which your CAC test measured, and soft, vulnerable plaque, higher calcium scores are related to a higher risk of heart attack. Therefore this test offers an indirect assessment of dangerous coronary atherosclerosis. Your ultrafast CT scan of 105 indicated that you had detectable calcified plaque of 105 in your coronary arteries at the 30th percentile.

On 20 December 2016, Dr. Grossman reported: Cardiovascular- Your coronary artery score increased from 15 in 2005 to 105 in 2012, placing you in the 30th percentile at that time. Now your calcium score is 399 at the 65th percentile. Explained the creation of a biofilm that protects self-replicating crystals/nanobacteria.

A new supplement called Nanobac was available at the time and was recommended. A great independently-assessed summary of research is here: Anton Kutikin, PhD in The International Journal of NanoMedicine “The Role of CNPs in Biology & Medicine”

This supplement eliminated some of the nanobacteria and stirred up the rest. When they were active I was able to determine frequencies and target them for elimination. On 13 October 2017, less than a year after my calcium score was 399, I visited Brigham and Women’s state of the art cardiology center in Boston to get a CT scan. Results are below:

My calcium score was 55, a better than 86% reduction. Dr. Grossman said this had never been done before in the history of medicine and results should be followed up with further research studies.

Here is exactly what I did to achieve this result (nothing is guaranteed):

  1. Worked closely with a knowledgable physician to get appropriate lab tests and followup.
  2. Purchased NanobacTX and followed instructions at
  3. Used nanobacteria frequency sets at
  4. Purchased frequency application system. For people new to this field try a Spooky2 system of your choice. For those with some expertise consider the Frequency Research Foundation standard lab which is much more powerful for remote work.
  5. Selected the right nanobacteria frequency sets using kinesthiology (muscle testing or a dowsing technique) and ran them while taking the recommended dosage of NanobacTX (initially 8 capsules a day for six months, followed by 2 capsules a day for maintenance).
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