1/ surface immune stimulants.
You may wish to use surface immune stimulants for immediate benefit in acute infections. They include:-
surface immune stimulant, diaphoretic, lymphatic, digestive tonic
useful in long term debilitating conditions
surface immune stimulant, antifungal, antibacterial, antineoplastic
contraindicated for liver inflammation
surface immune stimulant, antifungal, antibacterial, adaptogen(possibly), expectorant, digestive tonic, respiratory tonic, vermifuge.
Synergistic with Echinacea (but Michael suggests that it is not useful in fever: therefore for instance you might not use it in pneumonia (with fever) but might use it in T.B. (without fever) - because it is a heating herb.)
surface immune stimulant, antibacterial, antiviral (possibly), antineoplastic, lymphatic, alterative.
As a surface immune stimulant it should be "pulsed" rather than used continuously. That is, you can use it intensely for a few days, but then take a break. This is not on account of any toxicity, but rather on account of efficacy. As an alterative ("blood cleanser") is can be used on a long term basis.
surface immune stimulant, antifungal, antineoplastic, detoxification, lymphatic
Taheebo is also a week deep immune tonic.