Transfer Factor

Definition of Transfer Factor:

Protein immunomodulators extracted from colostrum from immunologically stimulated animals that promotes specific immunity to certain antigens such as viruses.

Topics Related to Transfer Factor

Hypercoagulation (Thickened Blood)

...the condition
“...Ideally, a blood thinner such as heparin is prescribed one month before beginning antibiotics for bacteria (for example mycoplasma or chlamydia pneumonia) and/or transfer factor for viruses (such as HHV6, CMV and EBV)...”

Immune System Imbalance (TH2 Dominance)

...the condition
“...other sea vegetables may have similar benefits), thyroid hormones, garlic (raw or aged extract), l-Glutathione (or products that raise levels), DHEA or AED (androstendiol), UV-A light, vitamin E, transfer factor (antigen specific) – protein immunomodulators extracted from colostrum, colostrum, low dose naltrexone, IP6, lentinian and certain other mushrooms, Thymus extracts, licorice root, dong...”
...recommendation Colostrum / Transfer Factor
Transfer factor may help to rebalance a TH2 dominant Immune system...”
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