The question is if you're going to take something that stimulates the immune system is it important to know if you already have too much activity like th1, th2 balance? Yes, most of what we talked about here are not really immune stimulants. These are more immunomodulators and what I find is if we do immunomodulation first and then we need to stimulate the immune system great you can do that. Then there's a lot of things that are immunostimulating that are also immunomodulating later on. The bottom line uh is if something is aggravating your situation clinically, symptomatically talk to whoever is managing that and then stop taking it. The big thing to do is step back and get the oxidative reductive. The vitamin C, E and glutathione, and all the antioxidant things to get your mitochondria working better.
Then do some immunomodulatory things like we talked about here and then something that's actually stimulating is more helpful but as far as immunostimulation goes you really shouldn't do it, except for particular time points where you're maybe trying to help out on the front end of an infection or something like that.