[NAFEX] quercetin? (elderberries)
tolenio at sentex.net
Tue Aug 2 12:03:08 EDT 2005
Could they just be talking about increased "T-cell" production?
I have no idea.
On Tue, 02 Aug 2005 12:00:05 -0400, Doc Lisenby <longdistshtr at shtc.net>
> I agree with you, Charlie. I strongly suspect this to be meretricious
> persiflage, but we might have to spend millions to disprove it. At
> least it will take some PhD's off the welfare list to research it.
> Doc L.
> Real interesting report. Only other fruit I have heard attributed with
> immune-stimulating properties is Tahitian Noni, a citrus-type fruit from
> Tahiti, its extract is sold as well. For this particular brand I found
> it at
> I wish I had confidence in the study. When the study says "serum showed
> a higher antibody level to influenza virus in the Sambucol group" it
> strains my credulity. It sounds hard to isolate antibodys to specific
> viruses from serum, if it could be done so easily it wouldn't seem to
> take years to even find antibodies to diseases occupying the attention
> of several different nation's disease institutes - it makes me suspect
> the study is a sham performed for money - but I don't know enough of
> microbiology to say for sure.
> But, finding immune stimulators is so important that any new stimulator
> deserves following. I hope we hear more.
> Charlie Paradise
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