Opti-Immune VRL™ by Dr. John Brimhall BA, BS, DC, FIAMA, DIBAK
The immune system defends the body against unfriendly microorganisms.
The thymus, parotid, lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow , skin, and tonsils all play essential roles in
supporting the integrity of this vital system.
The active “soldiers” that maintain immune system activity include specialized white blood cells,
lymphocytes, phagocytes, killer T-cells, antibodies, interferon, and lactoferrin.
The first barrier against unfriendly invasions is the skin. Mucus secretions, including tears, gastric
acid secretions, and saliva from the parotid gland, are part of this first line of defense as well.
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