The immune system is an interesting system to look at for several reasons. First, because it doesn't really have any organs or specific body locations. It's a general function of the entire system. Second, most people think of immune products like they do drugs as being direct antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agents. This isn't a very accurate view since most of the direct "anti-" action of herbs and supplements is weaker than their drug counterparts. However, these remedies are more geared to helping the body fight the infection than directly fighting the infection themselves. So, we'll be looking at these remedies primarily from that viewpoint. Finally, the whole process of injury and repair is part of the immune equation, so the primary way I'm teaching about the immune system is about remedies to use at different stages of the disease process. It's a unique way of looking at things. We'll also take a look at overactive (allergies and autoimmune) immune remedies and underactive (cancer and other forms of cell proliferation) immune remedies. Join us for an interesting look at a very complex group of products and health issues.