Can Combining Immunomodulators Have An Impact on the Immune System?
Can combining immunomodulators like 4.5 of Naltrexone, bpc157, vitamin D, Pro resolving factors, quercetin, CBD, curcumin have any negative impact on the immune system? The answer in most cases is no because as we mentioned earlier about boswellia and curcumin there's so much crossovers it is not worth doing them together.
Few things in all of pharmacology or plant medicines are exactly the same. The other wild card is your immune system; it's not going to be the same as the next person that we give all that medicine to. I tend to use things in combination like you're describing here or some variation of that and generally only have seen synergy as opposed to inhibition or derangement of the immune system. You could take high enough doses of anything to throw things off but the way that we think usually is if you have an ongoing problem or an autoimmunity or something we might find the mix that works the best and then find the lowest dose of everything to keep you going.
If you have something like long COVID post-infectious illness or something similar we might do more on the front end. The idea would be to work you down to maintenance stuff on the back end. You might start with everything you have on that list and then on the back end you you're healing up things and getting better. We might be down to two of those things or something. It might be the appropriateness of timing.