Elin Ritchie, M.D. is a medical doctor trained in Canada at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. She graduated from medical school in 1992, and from a family practice residency program in 1994. She is a Board Certified member of the American College of Family Practice (ACFP). Dr. Ritchie currently practices integrative medicine in Taos, New Mexico.
Recently, I received a letter from a patient who had some trepidation about taking Del-Immune V®. The patient was wary of potential side effects, as that had been a problem with other supplements in the past. I knew exactly where the patient was coming from, as I had a terrible reaction to some Chinese herbs once that really surprised me. It made me a bit leery of a lot of other remedies.
I have been taking Del-Immune V® over the years myself and have recommended it for a lot of my patients, too. What surprises me is that not one single person has called my office with an adverse side effect from taking it. This is most unusual, as I almost always get a call from at least one person taking any particular supplement I give them complaining about an undesirable side effect, and then I usually refund their purchase.
In fact, Del-Immune V® is one supplement that I routinely recommend for patients who are sensitive to other medications or natural treatments. It seems to balance their immune system so they have fewer adverse reactions to other treatments they might need.
Sometimes, if someone is especially reactive, I will use applied kinesiology to test for what they can take. This is the type of muscle testing that a chiropractor can do.
If you are still concerned about potential side effects of Del-Immune V®, start with one capsule per day for a while and make sure you feel good with that before taking more.
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