Boost Your Immune System with Colostrum, nature’s immune booster loaded with growth factors and immune factors to stimulate immunity.
Clinical Uses of Colostrum
The antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties of colostrum enable it to kill numerous types of pathogens. Therefore, colostrum is widely used in natural medicine to treat a variety of diseases and disorders. A number of recent clinical studies have shown that colostrum is effective in reversing the inflammation of the digestive tract in HIV/AIDS patients caused by opportunistic infections. Colostrum is effective in preventing intestinal infections by keeping the bacteria from attaching themselves to the intestinal wall, and also by killing the bacteria themselves. A large proportion of the immunoglobulins in colostrum are not absorbed by the body but remain in the digestive tract where they attack organisms that cause disease. Colostrum has proved to be capable of killing Campylobacter, Helicobacter pylori, Listeria, Salmonella, Shigellosis, and five types of streptococci. Allergies and Autoimmune Diseases The PRP in colostrum has been demonstrated to reduce or eliminate the pain, swelling, and inflammation associated with allergies and autoimmune diseases (multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, myasthenia gravis). These effects are related to PRP’s ability to inhibit the overproduction of lymphocytes (white blood cells) and T-cells. Possible Side effects With the exception of allergic reactions in persons who are known to be allergic to cow’s milk, colostrum does not produce any major side effects at any level of consumption. Mild flu-like symptoms that disappear with continued use of colostrum have been reported in children.
Have you ever wondered how a mother’s immunity is transferred to her offspring? Infants are born with an intact immune system, but it receives a great boost in terms of weaponry and intelligence as the newborn receives its first meals.
Known as “mother’s first milk”, colostrum is secreted by the mammary glands of all female mammals during the first few days of lactation. It is a thick yellow fluid that is rich in protein, growth factors, and immune factors. Colostrum is unique among natural immune boosters because it contains essential nutrients and protease inhibitors that keep it from being destroyed by the processes of digestion.
Humans produce relatively small amounts of colostrum in the first two days after giving birth, but cows produce a plentiful supply (around nine gallons). Bovine colostrum can be transferred to all other mammals, and is four times richer in immune factors than human colostrum.
Colostrum has a long and distinguished history of medicinal use. Ayurvedic physicians have used colostrum as a treatment for thousands of years, and in the U.S., mainstream medical doctors routinely recommended colostrum as a natural antibiotic before the discovery of penicillin and sulfa drugs
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