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Info on balancing the immune system

Discussion in 'Antivirals, Antibiotics and Immune Modulators' started by zzz0r, Aug 14, 2016.

  1. zzz0r

    zzz0r Senior Member

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    Since I am having trouble with most of the herbs and natural substances that act as critter killers ( bad bacteria or virus killers) and can not use them for more than two days, I assume that my problem is my overacting immune (I can not remember when was the last time I had fever or a flue) system due to a chronic infection (maybe lyme or candida, not sure yet).

    So I am looking on a really good article/information on how to balance the immune system using supplements (th1/th2 balance). There are several articles on goggle but I think that there are not good enough.

    Any suggestions are welcome
     
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  2. JaimeS

    JaimeS Senior Member

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    What have you tried?
     
  3. zzz0r

    zzz0r Senior Member

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    I need articles :)
     
  4. Mary

    Mary Senior Member

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    http://www.anapsid.org/cnd/diagnosis/cheneyis.html

    Also, some years ago I took Moducare - as I recall, it helped my immune system a bit. I think I took it for quite awhile and then stopped noticing a difference so I stopped it, but after looking at it again, I may retry it:
    https://www.amazon.com/Kyolic-Moduc...=UTF8&qid=1471289911&sr=8-3&keywords=moducare
     
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  5. zzz0r

    zzz0r Senior Member

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    Great read and suggestions @Mary thanks
     
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  6. renski

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    I think you want to figure out if you are Th1 or Th2 (blood test), selfhacked has a lot of info on this topic..
     
  7. zzz0r

    zzz0r Senior Member

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    I think you can be th1/th2 balance can change instantly. You do not HAVE to be stuck in either situtation
     
  8. renski

    renski

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    Right.. my own situation seems to be -> Th2 is elevated (maybe due to stress, nutrient deficiences) -> therefore infections etc -> Th1 is elevated as a result -> symptoms like depression/anxiety/insomnia
     

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