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This product is made from the best quality New Zealand bovine colostrum. it helps support the immune function and growth factors and provides positive effects for health and well being.
Children (Age 5+) take 1 to 2 Chewable Tablets daily.
Adults take 1 to 3 Chewable Tablets daily.
Colostrum Powder 180mg
Milk Calcium Powder 20mg
Note: Our Colostrum is produced using world leader Fonterra ingredients from New Zealand, it is spray dried through low temperature processing to maximise bioactivity. Our colostrum powders are characterised by their excellent flowability, dispersibility and solubility in solution.
What is Colostrum ?
Colostrum is the first collection of a thick creamy liquid, without blood or infection, produced by the mammary gland of a parturient mother shortly after birth, usually within the first 6 hours. Colostrum is very important part of breast milk and lays down the immune system and confers growth factors and other protective factors for the young ones in mammals. This is the source of passive immunity achieved by the mother and is transferred to the baby. This is also the major source of secretory IgA and gives protection against gastrointestinal infections.
Why bovine colostrum?
First, human mothers only produce a small amount of colostrum, and they won't give it up! Cows produce about 9 gallons within the first 24 hours of giving birth! The calf only uses 4 gallons, but 5 are kept for the calf. So, bovine colostrum is much more plentiful. Medical research shows that the most important immune factors and growth factors for humans and other animals can be provided from bovine colostrum. Bovine colostrum is actually ten times richer in immune factors than human colostrum.
How safe is colostrum?
It is completely safe, non-allergenic, non-toxic, has no drug interactions.
It is so harmless, it has been prepared by nature as the first food for infants. Colostrum can be used by adults, children, infants, and pets. ANYONE with a poorly functioning immune system can benefit from colostrum!
For more information, please refer to the following links and booklets:
"Colostrum; Life's First Food" by Daniel G. Clark, M.D. and Kaye Wyatt
"Colostrum; A Journey Toward Better Health & Brighter Tomorrows" by Robert K. York, M.D.