Transfer factor is effective for the treatment of:
It also has a suppressor effect which keeps the immune system from over responding to external factors like allergies and internal factors like autoimmune disease.
There are 2 types of transfer factor: Specific and non-specific.
The specific Transfer Factor is created by first taking a sample of the threat in your body (virus, bacteria, tumor, etc.)This is sent to a lab where it is exposed to white blood cells. These then react against the threat and create immunity, which is then administered to you.
The non-specific Transfer Factor does not go through the aforementioned process, and can still have a powerful impact on increasing your immune system response.