At the very least, the very least, we should all be able to agree that its the immune system which is causing the symptoms? Its the INFLAMMATION. It triggers a response from your body, which causes inflammation, and thats why you feel bad. If you cant agree on this, you dont understand biology.
So....if we can all agree on this, then at the end of the day, there HAS to be a place for immune modulation in your treatment regimen. QED.
I think this is the idea that Dr. TV in HI talks about
(inflammation causing symptoms), hence his treatment Low Dose Immunotherapy. I tried it and because of my experience would not recommend it for people with active infections though it may be useful in some cases. My first dose was Lyme Mix and LDA (Low Dose Allergen). My stiff neck started loosening in three days, my nerve symptoms and smell intolerance decreased over a period of about
a month but then it all came back and WORSE. Smell intolerance was worse. I had new symptoms like tightness on sides of head and energy draining out of arm. I kept trying with the treatment but other than a small improvement with one other dose, there was no success. I continued to decline. Even tried mycoplasma, strep, and yeast and continued trying the LDA. The first doctor I worked with (LDI) before Dr. TV talked down ABX and made it sound like it wasn't worth a try. I disagree now.
Please note that LDI may help some. I'm just giving my experience.