Immune Health + Allergies

Many people have symptoms or diagnoses that stem from dysregulation of the immune system.  Rather than using prescription anti-inflammatories or corticosteroid medications to suppress the immune system and mask the symptoms, the underlying cause of immune system dysfunction should be identified and treated.

Testing may include a food sensitivity panel, yeast testing, autoimmune markers, viral titres, adrenal stress testing, vitamin D testing, and/or Lyme western blot and PCR, depending on the condition.

Treatment will include removing barriers to immune system function, such as latent infections, nutrient deficiencies, dietary choices, metabolic errors, and adrenal gland over or under-stimulation.

Intravenous (IV) therapies are also available for immune support:

  • Meyer’s IV: Basic combination of vitamins and minerals
  • Immune IV: Complete combination of vitamins and minerals to support the immune system during stress, before or after travel, and during illness
  • Vitamin C IV: IV bag containing vitamins, minerals and high-dose vitamin C to support the immune system before or after surgery, during cancer therapy, or during chronic infection.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide IV: IV bag containing small amounts of hydrogen peroxide, a potent molecule used by your body’s own white blood cells to destroy viruses, bacteria, parasites, and yeast.  Peroxide IV’s are an oxidative therapy used to treat chronic infections.


Conditions related to the immune system:


Food sensitivities and food allergies

Candida albicans (digestive tract yeast infection)

Irritable bowel syndrome, IBS

Inflammatory bowel disease, IBD (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis)

Celiac disease



Environmental allergies/ Seasonal allergies

Frequent respiratory tract infections (colds, flus, Strep throat, ear infections, pneumonia, bronchitis)

Th2 skewing




Fungal skin infections

Autoimmune Disease


Lupus (SLE)


Rheumatoid arthritis

Ankylosing spondylitis

Grave’s disease

Hashimotos thyroiditis

Multiple sclerosis

Raynaud’s disease

Sjogren’s syndrome

Chronic Infections


Epstein Barr virus (EBV)

Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

Herpes Simplex virus I and II (HSV)

Lyme disease and Co-Infections (Bartonella, Babesia, Anaplasma, Ehrlichia, RMSF)

Multifactorial Diseases



Chronic fatigue syndrome

Fibromyalgia syndrome