To stimulate your immune system take Vitamin B5, which is synthesized in the body by intestinal bacteria, using calcium as a base.
The vitamin is destroyed by alcohol, caffeine, contraceptive and sleeping pills, and sulfonamides.
The average daily dosage should be about 10 milligrams, although larger doses (10 to 100 milligrams) can be taken to combat deficiencies without any danger.
Good sources of Vitamin B5 include cabbage, oysters, honey, milk, eggs, soybean, tomatoes, sunflower seeds, beef, poultry, grains and sprouted grains, spinach, royal jelly, molasses, rice and wheat bran, liver, kidney, heart, brewer’s yeast.
B5 helps strengthen your immune system by participating in the synthesis of antibodies.