Thymus Supplements for immune modulating

If you’re a Vegan, you might want to skip this post.

You’ve been warned.

If you’re living in the world of Auto-Immune disease, you probably already know that an auto-immune disease happens when the immune system gets out of whack and starts attacking the good guys (the body), instead of the bad guys (germs, cancer cells, bacteria, viruses, etc.) So, depending on how severe your autoimmune disease is, you may not be able to tolerate immune stimulants that would be great for anyone else, but could put your immune system into super overdrive killer mode….things like Elderberry Syrup, Echinacea, etc. Donkey Milk has a high anti-bacterial lysozyme and lactoferrin content, plus it’s immune modulating. This is one of the reasons it’s a key part of our daughter’s health. Unfortunately, not everyone can have their own small donkey dairy. 

Recently I was doing some research for a friend whose husband was just diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. (Please pray for him and his family.) In the process of researching alternative cancer treatment centers, I came across this one, Infusio, it’s flagship is in Germany, with a satellite treatment center in California. As I read their first step to health, I started getting really excited. It’s all about Immune Modulating!!! In cancer, the immune system gets lazy and doesn’t kill the cells it should be killing, versus the opposite case where you end up with auto-immune disease. It’s basically like a teeter totter that has to be perfectly balanced or someone's going to hit the ground. Hard. According to Infusio’s site: “The immune system is our main protection from sickness and disease. While being a strong force in our body, it is also very delicate in its balance and function. Immune modulation is more than just boosting the body’s immune system. It involves bringing the ratio of the different immune cells back into balance to enable the immune system to function correctly. This is very different from simply stimulating the immune system. Restoring healthy immune function is especially important for patients suffering from autoimmune disorders and cancer.” “Boosting the immune system is good – fixing it is better – Philip Battiade” This is where the Thymus comes in.

Apparently, the Thymus is largest and most active when we are newborns, and works pretty hard when we are infants and right before adolescence. When we hit the teen years, it starts shrinking and is replaced with fat. Nice, huh? The Immune Modulating technique at Infusio involves using the Thymus of a 6 month grass fed organic cow (so, a still active and hard working Thymus.) They create an injectible peptide from the Thymus, and inject this in their patients. It’s also apparently crazy anti-aging…which makes sense too. (The oldest woman in the world at 115 said Donkey Milk was the key to her longevity…there’s something to this Immune Modulating thing.) So, what to do if you don’t live in Frankfurt, or California, or have a few extra thousand bucks lying around for a Thymus Infusion?

One of my little theories is that we have so many "new" illnesses and a health epidemic in this country is that we aren't eating the way we used to. We throw away the parts of the cow that are "icky" and just eat the ground beef, roast, and steak. Liver, thymus, bone marrow...turns our stomach and these are the “Discard” parts that are being thrown away or used for dog food. But, unless you’ve got a PHD in making peptides, eating the thymus looks like the alternative. According to the Infusio site, “There are several natural substances that act as immune modulators, some can be taken orally and others need to be injected.” Apparently the Thymus is considered a delicacy, and is called “Sweet Bread”. Pretty ironic name when you’ve been eating Paleo for years and avoiding “sweet breads” like the plague. This is entirely a theory on my part…I have no idea if the benefits of the Thymus would be lost in the heating / cooking / digesting process. There’s a good chance they are…which is probably why they make a peptide IV Infusion out of it and administer it in a hospital…) But, if you’re into experimenting, go get some Thymus and eat it up (FULLY cooked, of course. Let’s not start a round of Mad Cow, please.) It’s totally Paleo!!! Let me know how it works for you…and how it tastes! EDITED TO ADD: I found this company that makes Thymus extract from grassfed beef. Please comment below and let us know if you try it and what are your results.

EDITED AGAIN JANUARY 2018: The wife of the David I mentioned above came to me to thank me for my help when her husband first got sick a year before, while we chatted, she mentioned that his Doctor had recently put him on a new Thymus supplement and how it was helping him….

More on Thymus Therapy here.

Trip to Germany, anyone? Eat schnitzel and getcha some thymus here.

Or Port Moody, BC. Also a fun trip for thymus peptides. Who needs Disneyland when you can get peptides instead?

How crazy would it be to have a thymus therapy infusion center at the donkey dairy? In a cabin in the woods...interesting side note, my husband is a builder, and his specialty? Medical construction. If you've been to OU Children's and seen the cool stuff especially for kids, you've seen his handiwork. Back before he started milking donkeys full time.

We just need an extra couple hundred thousand to make it happen. So, prayer partners, get on it. Billionaire followers with hearts of gold, we accept personal checks. Just sayin'.

Still not a doctor. Just milking donkeys and making skincare. Nothing to see here.


  • kim

    I do not have a thyroid so that is considered an auto-immune disease by milk medical community. My question is will Donkey milk do any good for and/or a thymus supplement maybe?

  • Jerry

    I just ordered 4 pkgs of the freeze dried donkey milk for my Grandson and was curious to find out if it works as well as the raw milk for Pandas.

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