What are moles?

What are Moles?

Moles, also know as melanocytic nevus- could be a bump structure or a flat structure present on the skin. They irritate most people, but for some people, they may add charm to their looks depending upon the location of them. 

Moles can be present by birth, or they may occur as you grow older, occurring up to the age of 40. Moles are very common among people, and most people have a large number of them on their bodies ranging from 10 to 40.  In this discussion, we are going to answer your question, “what are moles?”  And also we’ll discuss the different types of moles, and the causes where TRS could help.

How does a mole occur?

It is known that in the stem cells which make melanocytes, there is a certain aberration in the maturation of those stem cells. Instead of forming melanocytes, which are the cells that make the melanin pigment, they form NevoMelanocytes, meaning that they form cells that make a mole. So there is some kind of imbalance that occurs in the body, which converts these stem cells into the cells that make moles.

Types of moles 

 The moles are basically of three types which are given below. 

Junctional nevus 

 The first type of mole is called the junctional nevus, where the cells that make this pigment are present between the epidermis and the dermis. 

Dermal nevus 

 In this type of mole, the cells that make the mole are in the lower part of the skin called the dermis. 

Compound nevus

 The third type of mole is called the compound nevus. In this type, the cells are present in the junction area as well as the dermis. 

The appearance of moles 

The appearance depends upon the type of nevus. 

 So it can either be dark-colored and flat like a junctional nevus, or it can be lighter colored and elevated like an intradermal nevus, or it can be elevated as well as color which is a compound nevus.


Warning signs

Most people worry about the moles when they appear on their skin. The first thing we need to understand is that moles are very common, and there is probably nothing to worry about having moles on your skin.  

The important thing to understand is that the occurrence of melanoma is very rare in dark skin, and it is found mostly in lighter skin. But, still, it is always good to consult a doctor to prevent any danger.

Now, there are certain changes we will be telling you about. If these changes occur in your mole, then you should promptly visit a dermatologist and get the mole tested. 

Following are the changes that you can expect while having a mole.

Sudden increase in size 

 If your mole suddenly starts to increase in size, showing significant growth in a few weeks or months, then you should definitely visit a dermatologist because this could be a reason to worry. 

Change in color

 If there is a change in the color of the mole, then you shouldn’t ignore this. If it turns from black into slightly bluish or greenish, then this could be the reason for worry. 


 If there is ulceration in your mole, then you better check it. By ulceration, we mean wounds. If there is some kind of wound you notice, then immediately consult your dermatologist. 


 The fourth sign is bleeding. If there is a wound and it starts to bleed, then it is better to get this mole investigated. 


 The last sign to worry about is itching. If you start to feel itching sensations in your mole, then it is telling you that there is something wrong with it. 

Causes of moles

 Many factors play a very crucial role in causing moles. They are also known as predisposing factors. In this section, we are also going to discuss that one reason also where TRS could be the best way to prevent you from the danger of moles.  

UV exposure 

The most common cause for moles is UV exposure. That is why these moles are usually seen in areas that are close to the sun. So if you have a prolonged UV exposure or you work in an environment where it requires you to be outdoors for a long time, this could be one of the reasons why you are getting moles. 

Skin color 

 The second reason is your skin color. This is known to be more frequently seen in darker skin colors as compared to the lighter ones. 

Genetic predisposition

 If in a family, other members have multiple moles on their body, then there is a high tendency that you will also develop moles on your skin.

Fungus in the body 

If you are not metabolising your sugars properly. This then sets you up with fermentation issues in the gut which then brings in candida which stems from weak kidneys and adrenal glands. Here is a study proving this is an immune response to Candida. 


Toxic Metals

Candida and other forms of yeast/fungi are known to bioaccumulate metals, almost as though they “eat” them up. Candida has been clinically studied to see which metals it accumulates, and they have evidence that candida will consume pretty much any metal: from chromium, zinc, lead, copper, arsenic, and silver, to cobalt, mercury, and cadmium; candida will absorb and break down many toxic metals.

How TRS can help 

Clinoptilolite detox works so well against yeast overgrowth. 

When you use TRS to detox the chromium deposits from the intestinal walls, or the mercury and lead from the digestive system, then the candida naturally begins to starve and die off.  Many TRS users are surprised at how easily and quickly their bodies release candida overgrowth, and now we know WHY Clinoptilolite detox works so well against yeast overgrowth. 

Removing the metals from the candida mass strips the yeast of its food, and the candida is easily sloughed off as a result. Overgrowth of candida does not continue to form, and intestinal yeast is balanced as a result.  

Let’s go a bit deeper than that! I just remembered how, after a year of TRS, the sugar I was adding to my coffee began tasting metallic to me, and I switched to maple syrup. So, I looked it up, & guess what is riddled with toxic metals?… refined sugar! Is this the real reason candida gobbles up sugar? 

“… it was found that the refined sugar of alimentary grade contained: 57 (Cu), 34 (Zn), 1 (Cd), and 6 (Pb) μg/kg of dry sugar….”

Source:https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/elan.1140050412?fbclid=IwAR1Dpsmjk6qz7HxwEEcgxp_Rk9sOHatdqTkaazUlD_knKqbj-QNNQrOnRbM )

Yeast consumes chromium deposits in the intestines, so when you remove chromium from the digestive system, you deprive Candida of it’s food source.  (Dr Hulda Clark, “Prevention of all Cancers”, pg 222)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9183028 “Antifungal effect of zeolite-incorporated tissue conditioner against Candida albicans growth and/or acid production…”


“It is established that some zeolites have antidiarrhoeal,22 immuno- stimulatory and antioxidative,23 antibacterial and antifungal,24 antacid25 as well as glucose adsorbent-like properties.26…” 








One of the reasons why moles appear on the body is immunosuppression and hormonal imbalances. This is the reason why people who are on immunosuppressive therapy or chemotherapy develop moles on their bodies because of their weakened immune systems. 

Immunosuppression is linked with the problems of the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is responsible for the immune system, and it helps the body to stay strong against pathogens. 

Toxic heavy metals attack the thyroid gland and reduce its ability to maintain immunity and hormonal balance. Now, your thyroid gland will not be able to maintain that kind of immunity and hormonal balance.

In such a case, where the immune system is down along with the imbalance of the thyroid hormones, moles will appear on your skin. 

Now, you might know or not, but let us tell you that TRS will not waste any time wiping out heavy metals from your body. TRS really hates seeing heavy metals around. 

So, by getting rid of such toxic heavy metals with TRS, you will be able to help your immune system stay strong, so you may not develop moles on your skin. 


Treatment of moles 

 The approach to treating a mole depends on the size of the mole, the type of the mole, and where it is present. If they are present in areas that bother you should consider removal.. There are basically two ways to remove the mole. Either you burn the mole or excise the mole. 

1.Thermal damage 

 The dermatologist burns the area where you have the mole so that new skin forms in that area and the mole can be removed.

This can be done in two ways. Either by using radiofrequency ablation (RFA) or by the CO2 laser. Both work on the same mechanism that they burn the mole layer by layer up to the level where we can completely remove the cells that are causing this mole. Then the skin will heal in this area and might leave a small scar. 

2. Excision

 The second method of removing the mole is by excision. Where the doctor makes an incision with a scalpel, removes the entire mole, and restitches it up. So a doctor will have to suture it, and the suture is usually removed on the seventh or tech day, depending upon the type of suture used and the area from where the mole is removed.


TRS to prevent and rid of moles

 Heavy metals toxicity can halt the healing of the body from candida overgrowth, and if there is an immunosuppression or hormonal imbalance in the body that is causing the moles to grow on your skin, TRS could help you get rid of  these moles.

TRS is capable of bringing back the immune system to its optimal level of functionality and balancing the level of hormones that are disrupted by the heavy metal toxicity.



 Apart from answering the question, “what are moles” and how they can be treated, we highly suggest taking TRS to prevent the further growth of moles on your skin. TRS will help you deal with the underlying causes like candida overgrowth, immunosuppression and hormonal imbalances with no invasive treatments. 

My daughter had developed this raised mole on her chin. It was clearly annoying her because of the location of it. We went to a dermatologist who recommended not to remove it at this age. So we started taking TRS religiously again. Also every once in a while I would spray TRS on the mole. I wasn’t noticing any changes, but kept at it. 

In the beginning of April it look like she had pimple on it which kept getting more red. I continuously sprayed TRS on it daily… AND IT’S GONE!!

I’m so happy that her body is balancing out. With her genetics for constantly accumulating toxins, we probably should of kept taking daily sprays.

The first set of photos shows clearly it’s a raised mole.
Then in second set of photos you will notice the process it went through. The middle set of photos was the transition!! Third photo is today Aug, 2021. Clearly it’s gone FOREVER!! 

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