Immunophen

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    yisucks
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    anyone have experience with this product? http://immunophen.com/product/order/

    It’s pine cone extract which is supposed to switch from th2 to th1 response. I wonder if this immune support is good when you are still chock full of candida, or better to use once you have lowered amounts in your body.

    #115046

    impossible
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    It works. Ease you’re way into it to avoid the possibility of largely increased symptoms and runaway inflammation if you use it.

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    candida_sucks
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    impossible;53567 wrote: It works. Ease you’re way into it to avoid the possibility of largely increased symptoms and runaway inflammation if you use it.

    How do you know that it works?

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    impossible
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    I have used it and talked to/worked with other people that have used it. I read ALOT on other forums, mainly studying how people do with different supplements/therapies. I also devote alot of time and effort towards research on any particular supplement/therapy before I use or recommend it.

    Of course everyone is different and is going to have different experiences with anything, but I have experienced/seen definite results in those with fairly obvious Th2 dominant conditions. Flipping that switch on can be a rough ride for some, so I recommend starting slowly. PCE isnt the worst for runaway inflammation from what ive read and experienced, but it can really kickstart inflammatory symptoms.

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    yisucks
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    awesome, impossible! i may give it a go

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    approximately_me
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    I tried it for a couple of days. I noticed an improvement for some immune symptoms but it did increase some other inflammation, as impossible says. I stopped to concentrate on reducing inflammation instead for a week or two and will reintroduce the immunophen then.

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