ED13 Immunity is the Creation of Blood Cells, Kick-starting Immunity, Bone Marrow and Spleen. (Primary Energetic Driver for antibody immune functions and non-specific resistance to disease) here are several aspects to the Immune System Driver but fundamentally we are looking at the ability of your immune system to protect you and, because this driver relates to the development of immune cells, a priority usually suggests a need to boost some aspect of immune function. The immune system protects the body against foreign organisms and toxins and from internal assaults and malfunctions as well. The Immunity Driver field is generated primarily by the action of the bone marrow as it generates immune cells; however, since the spleen drives the creation of immune cells within the bone marrow, its bio-field is also part of the Immune field. Immunity Driver correlates with the maturation of many immune cell types, including myelocytes (bone marrow cells which produce granulocytes that ingest foreign particles), monocytes (which clear dead white blood cells, B lymphocytes (which are involved in antibody reactions), mast cells (with are involved in anticoagulant production), lymph cells of many types, white blood cells of many types, and reticulocytes (immature red blood cells). There are many things that affect immune function, none more important than the balance of bacteria in the digestive tract. Stress, including intensive exercise as well as emotional stress and burning the candle at both ends, can suppress immune function. Diet will have a huge impact. Sugar can reduce the effectiveness of your immune defenses by as much as 75% for up to six hours. Poorly digested, unnatural foods and ingested chemicals and other toxins can summon the immune army in the digestive system and is a common trigger for inflammatory reactions. Your body will use up white blood cells to breakdown and digest foods if you are not producing enough digestive enzymes. Whilst autoimmune and allergic reactions involve over-activity or hypersensitivity of certain aspects of the immune system and conventionally are sometimes treated with immune-suppressants, the division between hypersensitivity and immune deficiency conditions is not clear-cut. It appears that people with autoimmune conditions for example are more susceptible to infections and that infection, in turn, can be a trigger for autoimmune conditions.
- Nourish your Immune System with an anti-inflammatory, rainbow diet, with adequate protein (needed to make immune system cells). Nutrients that are particularly important for immune system function include antioxidant vitamins A, C and D, zinc and selenium.
- Bone broth. Contains immunoglobulins – so nourishes your immune system, as well as your bone and your gut. Or make a lovely spicy bowl of chicken soup.
- Starve a cold. Well, not necessarily, but when appropriate, fasting can regenerate the immune system, both by clearing defective immune cells and by stimulating the production of the hematopoietic stem cells that boost immunity.
- Nurture your microbiome/friendly bacteria – with fermented foods, fibre (fruits, vegetables, beans and pulses).
- Yoga breathing: lots of different breaths can be beneficial but alternate nasal breathing, the breath of fire and holding your breath whilst pumping your stomach can all help to boost immunity.
ED 13 liquid remedy has been designed to restore bioenergetic integrity to the Immunity Driver field, and thus it assists in the generation of immune cells (which can take from a few days to a month to mature into functional entities). The Immune Driver liquid remedy stimulates the growth of blood cells, helping to boost immune function and clear infection. It kick-starts immune function and self-renewal. May need to be taken long-term to allow for maturation of blood cells. Security. The effects of ED 13 may take time to become apparent, so this remedy should be used for at least one month at a low number of drops. Use ED 13 with care as it may induce ‘healing reactions’ as the immune system’s functioning increases.