a reply to: GypsyRoseLeah
Ok this is what I know so far...
Your immune system needs to be trained to stop attacking your body.
This is likely a problem within your regulatory T cells, somehow they got trained incorrectly to attack your own body.
There are several things you can do to mitigate this condition while we figure out the primary solution.
1) Drink a lot of water.
2) Eat as much fruit as you can, diversify the types. Veggies as well.
3) Avoid caffeine, alcohol, sugar, grains, dairy and red meat.
4) For meat try Halibut or Alaskan Salmon.
5) Green Tea is helpful. See if you can order Manuka Tea oil (and other tea tree oils) and try it.
6) Consume Tumeric, Broccoli, and maybe even sauerkraut.
7) Herbs like AHCC, Echinacea, Elderberry, Andrographis and Astragalus may prove helpful, worth looking into.
8) Also include Ginger, angelica root, cinnamon, cardamom, licorice, danshen, chiretta, nettle, tripterygium, reishi mushrooms, and chamomile.
Please be careful trying new things and make sure you have medical help available in case of a bad reaction.
I'd avoid immunosuppressant drugs because they will make you susceptible to all pathogens. However it may be necessary if all else fails, just so it
can get a window open to train your body to accept bee products safely. But it's a last resort and I don't like the idea.
There are several methods (such as blood therapies) that can retrain your T cells but I'm going to research those deeper to find alternatives.
edit on 3/15/2020 by muzzleflash because: (no reason given)