DGL - This has healed my gastritis and whenever i feel any discomfort i take 1 chewable tablet.
Boswellia - Very anti-inflammatory, really helps with my asthma and pain in joints and muscles
Quercetin - reduces my sinusitis to a minimum
T2 or iodine (some converts to T2) is the only one that provides reliable improvement, one dose every 21 days. Cumin is an effective PEM blocker for me, but I don't know if that qualifies as a supplement. Other supplements, such as l-carnitine, apigenin and thiamine provided some benefits for a limited time, then stopped having a noticeable effect.
Since we all seem to have a wide range of side effects from the core ME/CFS dysfunction, which supplements are effective depends on the individual.
These are immune modulating peptides, but are not the oral or sublingual Russian peptides (which I don't think do anything and are easily destroyed). These are sub-q injections. I get them form a compounding pharmacy, but they are also available on many "research peptide" sites. They moved me from bedbound to doing 1-2 errands a week and even low-energy socializing. It basically removed all of my inflammation and malaise.
*I think Thymosin Alpha-1 is the peptide that is doing most, if not all, of the immune modulation. I started all 3 at once as I was desperate. But I re-researched the peptides,and I am now thinking of taking stopping the other two, one at a time to see if I need them and to save money.
I should have researched it better online before taking it. I took the 5-htp about 2 years ago too and the L-tryptophan when I was a teen and don't remember issues but then I'm older now and this disease is more progressed especially in the last year or so.
I'm going to stay away from them for now but will try the B2.
Thanks for the dosage too. Our capsules say they are 100mg so we'll just open one up and take a pinch. That makes sense to not load up on a heavy dose of just the one type.
My anti bacterial metabolites drink helps:
-A liter of orange juice
-4g ascorbic acid
(These two for endotoxins)
-800mgs of Magnesium
-Two teaspoons of malic acid
(These two to neutralize excess D-Lactate)
The supplement that made the biggest direct impact was MMS. It cuts right into Lyme and fungal flares.
The one time I went into remission (but overworked, underslept and ate a horrible diet, loosing all da gainz) was after serious use uf bovine colostrum, and an E-coli probiotic.