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Freeze Dried Colostrum from Organic Fed Cows 330g


Freeze Dried >30% lgG High Protein from European Organic Fed Cows.

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Colostrum, the first milk after birth, has a unique composition of immune substances, growth factors, vitamins and minerals, which strengthen the body’s defences in the new born. However, colostrum provides a benefit not only to the new born, but to all people. For many years the excess colostrum from dairy cows has been used as a support for the human immune system because it contains immune substances in 40-fold higher concentrations than those found in human colostrum.

The first milk is a natural product, which can support health and wellbeing. Colostrum cannot be made artificially as its components cannot be man-made and have to come from a natural source.

The raw material is processed with great care so as not to damage the valuable nutrients. These products not only support optimum function of the immune system, but also stimulate fat burning and optimize cellular structure.

You will find cheaper spray dried products, but this is the best freeze dried colostrum from European Organic fed cows to protect sensitive components. Why ruin a great product by spray drying it and damaging some of the most nutritious components?


Per 100g Involved, occurrence
lgG 35 – 45g 75% of all immunoglobulins, half-life 22 days neutralizes poisons and bacteria so that killer cells can destroy the intruder
lgA 2.5 to 5.0g first immunological barrier against antigens that penetrate the mucous membranes
lgM 3.0 – 5.0g increased with current infections
lgD kA A main component of surface membranes, and many B cells, plays an important role triggered by antigens lymphocyte differentiation
lgE kA binds to: basophils, mast cells, ocular mucous membranes and mucous membranes of the bronchi

*Na = not analysed

Since it is a natural raw material in colostrum, small fluctuations of the analysis results from a production batch to another are possible

Growth Factors

Per 100g Involved, occurrence
IGF-1 250-350 micrograms Wound healing, Proliferation of muscle cells
IGF-2 30-60 micrograms Wound healing, highest during foetal growth
TGF-ß (beta) 10-30 ug Wound healing, collagen synthesis, osteoblast growth
GH <200 micrograms Body growth, pituitary gland (pituitary gland), water balance, carbohydrate and fat concentration in the blood, blood sugar, protein-budget or balance, thyroid
IGFBP-3 <200 μ Mediated metabolic, mitotic activity of GH & IGF-1
Cortisol 17,000 micrograms Stress hormone d adrenal gland, carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, protein turnover, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic effect through inhibition of allergic inflammatory responses
LH <200 mU Luteinizing hormone (pituitary gland), sex hormone production of testosterone and sperm maturation in men, promotes pregnancy, ovulation (ovulation) and luteal formation in women
FSH <200 mU Follicle stimulating hormone, glycoprotein & sex , ova growth in the female, sperm production (spermatogenesis) in men
Prolactin 400 ng lactrotrope hormone (pituitary gland), growth during pregnancy, milk production of the woman, the man’s fertility
Testosterone 3360 ng Development of sex organs, promoting bone growth in growing children, increase in muscle mass, lower cholesterol, physical endurance and strength, increase of protein structure
Estradiol 198 ng important oestrogen, growth of primary & secondary female sex organs, bone formation (promotes absorption of calcium and its incorporation into the bone, affected skin functions), relieves skin diseases and skin lesions)
Progesterone 1800 ng Corpus luteum hormone, affects functions related to pregnancy, water balance, stability of veins and bones, memory, mental balance, makes other hormones – testosterone, oestrogen, aldosterone and cortisol
FT 3 23,000 pg Free T3, triiodothyronine (thyroid) affects fundamental metabolic processes and oxygen consumption, heat generation, accelerated carbohydrate intake, activates release of endogenous fat stocks, Cholesterol control, protein synthesis, affects the water balance and bone metabolism, growth and maturation of the skeleton, brain development
FT 4 800 pg Free and unbound thyroid hormone T4 (thyroxin), less intense same effect as T3, is converted to T3 to unfold effect
TSH <200 mU Thyrotropin (anterior pituitary) stimulates thyroid gland to release thyroid hormones T3 and T4
Calcitonin 15,800 pg Thyroid, affects the calcium (calcium balance) – and phosphate concentration and affects the transport of other ions and those of water, pain relief
PTH <200 pg Parathyroid hormone (hyperparathyroidism), influenced parathyroid hormone, together with the calcitonin, calcium balance of the body
Insulin 198 mU Pancreas, lowers blood sugar levels, activates liver and muscle cells for combustion of glucose, growth-promoting effect, mineral balance
Osteocalcin 70’200 ng Bone substance, sugar metabolism, renal function
DHEAS 800 ug Steroid hormone (adrenal gland), muscle building, fat metabolism, inflammation, activated immune system, acts as an antidepressant, increases perception and brain power, antiviral effect, protective and nourishing effect on nerve cells, father and mother of testosterone and oestrogen

Since it is a natural raw material in colostrum, small fluctuations of the analysis results from a production batch to another are possible

Amino Acids

Per 100g Involved, occurrence
Alanine 1170 mg Cell energy metabolism, influencing the blood sugar level
Arginine* 1080 mg Relaxation of the blood vessel walls, blood flow through the vessel wall relaxation, lowering blood pressure, growth hormone stimulation from the pituitary gland (hypophysis)
Aspartic acid 504 mg Cellular energy, tissue detoxification, protection of the central nervous system, endurance during physical activity, mineral absorption capacity, development of muscle tissue, influences metabolic activity in the brain and the nerves, formation of DNA & RNA, protects the liver and kidneys (detoxification)
ß-alanine 50.4 mg Energy supply, affects blood sugar levels, a precursor for glucose synthesis, formation of glucagon, prostate function
ß-aminoisobutyric acid 144 mg no details
Citrulline 201 mg no details
Cysteine 43.2 mg influenced strengthens the hair roots, structure of hair and nails, accelerates wound healing, expectorant in asthma and cough, detoxifies and protects the liver, often used therapeutic agent in heavy metal poisoning, powerful antioxidant, is used as prevention of radiation damage
Glutamine 1296 mg Immune system, muscle building, cell metabolism, affects physical ability to regenerate during sleep
Glutamic acid 87200 mg forms glutamine, cytotoxic binding
Glycine 6084 mg Protein building block, nervous system, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, metabolic function, blood formation, fat metabolism
Histidine* 144 mg Iron-binding site in the blood pigment hemoglobin and muscle pigment myoglobin, blood buffer
Isoleucine* 936 mg Muscle energy, protein storage, nerve and muscle function
Leucine* 1800 mg Muscle energy, protein storage, nerve and muscle function
Lysine* 842.5 mg Growth, tissue repair, enzyme production, hormone production, antibody formation, collagen synthesis, bone
Methionine* 230.4 mg sulphur-containing protein amino acid, prevents urinary tract and fat accumulation in the liver, regeneration of liver and kidney, anti-bacterial, heavy metal binding, cell metabolism, anti-depressive effect
Ornithine 122.4 mg Immune strengthening, formation of leukocytes, fat loss, detoxification and excretion of ammonia, insomnia supports antagonistic, protection and regeneration of the liver
Phenylalanine* 972 mg strengthens memory, affect appetite needs, removal of pollutants by the kidneys and bladder, pain killers, anti-depressive effect
Phosphorus ethanolamine 5760 mg no details
Phosphorserin 1872 mg no details
Proline 11440 mg important for collagen formation, composed of the protein of the connective tissue and bone, increased enzyme activities in the cytoplasm
Serine 1008 mg Formation of neurotransmitters, formation of DNA, part of enzymes
Taurine 14560 mg Growth eyes and brain, central nervous system, retina, eye, blood platelets, a component of smaller proteins and neurotransmitters, calming, invigorating, antioxidant effects, liver tonic
Threonine* 576 mg Growth, uric acid metabolism, immune system, protein metabolism, enzyme and hormone production, immune system strengthening, formation of immunoglobulins and antibodies Health thymus
Tryptophan* 1440 mg Protein synthesis, liver metabolism, formation of serotonin, sleep-wake cycle
Tyrosine 720 mg Synthesis of endogenous proteins, hormones, neurotransmitters, precursors of melanin and thyroid hormone thyroxin
Valine* 2016 mg Source of energy for muscles, toning, stress-amino acid, glycogen-effective amino acid, nerve and muscle function

* = essential amino acid
Since it is a natural raw material in colostrum, small fluctuations of the analysis results from a production batch to another are possible


Involved, occurrence
Retinol (vitamin A) Function and structure of skin, mucous membranes, blood cells, metabolism, visual process, cartilage tissue
Thiamine (vitamin B1) necessary for life, water-soluble vitamin, present in all organs and tissues, heart, liver, kidney, brain, skeletal muscle, metabolism, especially carbohydrate and fat metabolism, energy glucose degradation (sugar), central nervous system
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) primarily in the liver, kidney, heart, involved in the control of neuro hormones and amines of the central nervous system affects the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and fatty acids, and other vitamins
Nicotinamide (vitamin B3) on protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism involved, reduce cholesterol, influenced lime-budget nerves affected damaged genetic information, promotes bile synthesis, vasodilator
Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) Growth and reproduction, energy metabolism of the cells, utilization of proteins and amino acids
Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) Impact resilience of connective tissues, to coagulation beteligt the immune functions and the functional performance of the muscles, hormone metabolism
Folic acid (vitamin B9) Cell function, cell division, cell formation and cell differentiation, affects the formation of red and white blood cells, mucous, high concentration in the bone marrow, gastrointestinal tract, in the muscle tissues and in the liver
Cobalamin (vitamin B12) Participation in formation of blood (red blood cells) in the metabolism of proteins and amino acids, growth, cell division and cell maturation
Vitamin C Involved in the formation of bones, teeth, gums, blood, immune system, fight infection, antioxidant, increased utilization of iron
Cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) Bone mineralization
Tocopherol (vitamin E) Antioxidant, reduced fat oxidation, protein metabolism, cell membrane protection, reducing the risk of thrombosis, immune response
Ubiquinone (coenzyme Q10) Antioxidant, cell protection, strengthening the immune system, heart, lungs, liver

Since it is a natural raw material in colostrum, small fluctuations of the analysis results from a production batch to another are possible


Involved, occurrence
Sodium (Na) Essential for water balance, blood plasma, blood pressure, acid-base balance, muscle relaxation, nutrient transport
Potassium (K) Essential for energy, water and electrolyte balance of the cell, cardiovascular, nerve function, muscle contraction, kidney, enzyme activation, cardiac muscle activity, acid-base balance
Calcium (Ca) Component of the human skeleton, involved in the growth, nerves, blood clotting, messenger in cell metabolism, involved in cell development, stabilizes cell walls, bones, teeth, muscle function
Magnesium (Mg) Bone structure, teeth, heart and skeletal muscles, involved in enzyme reactions, including playing a major role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, and cell division, transmission of nerve impulses
Iron (Fe) The most abundant trace element in the body, essential for the transport of oxygen and for its storage, strengthens immune system, important for red blood cells (red blood cells), haemoglobin (red blood pigment), myoglobin (oxygen custodian of the muscles), liver, spleen and bone marrow
Copper Is involved in many physiological functions, antioxidant, haematopoiesis, Energy utilisation, immune system
Chrome Important for better absorption of glucose in the body, building muscle, lowering cholesterol, burning fat
Manganese (Mn) Activates important enzymes in the body, bones, cartilage and connective tissue
Zinc (Zn) Promotes wound healing, protein synthesis, insulin production, essential for growth and maturation, insulin storage, important tasks in the cells protects example, cell membranes, involved in the metabolism of growth, thyroid and sex hormones, sensory functions affected (smell, taste, sight, hearing)
Phosphoric acid (P) Metabolism, bones, teeth, cell nuclei and membranes, energy budget
Selenium (Se) Is often used for treatment of anaemia, protects cells from harmful influences, heavy metals and other harmful substances, free radical scavengers

Since it is a natural raw material in colostrum, small fluctuations of the analysis results from a production batch to another are possible