Heart-Lupus-Alzheimers and Colostrum

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There is a lot that goes into a heal-born. The mother produces it for only overactive immune system and boling miracle, and one cannot a short period of time before milk is stering a deficient system. always pinpoint a single food, medi-produced. It contains numerous com-There is considerable evidence that cine or shift in attitude. pounds that affect many processes in colostrum’s immune factors both

But, in the case of the healing power the body, ranging from immunity to strengthen and modulate the immune of Immune-Tree colostrum, we can regeneration and growth of all types of system. It is in strengthening and nor-definitively tell you that it was the addi-cells. Supplemental colostrum is malizing the immune system that we tion of this important natural medicine widely used in veterinary medicine to find the rationale for the healing mirato their everyday diets that made the dif-confer immune factors upon new-cles detailed above. ference for Arlan Reynolds and Susan borns. It is from cutting edge veteri-Rivera. Indeed, we would not present nary science that we now have Colostrum & Heart Disease these true-life healing stories as evidence colostrum products for human health. Reynolds’s condition probably was priof the healing powers of colostrum if it Colostrum is rich in a proline-rich marily related to the build-up of arterial were not for some 4,727 articles on this polypeptide (PRP) complex, sub-blockage. Interestingly, the most recent natural agent that are now available on sequently called Colostrinin. This theories on heart disease causation now the Medline database alone. Nor would complex has been shown to possess attribute its onset to both biochemical we not present these stories, if many of profound immunomodulatory proper-and biological processes. Not only are these scientific articles did not have ties in mice, rats, and chickens, induc-cholesterol, triglycerides and other biodirect implications for human health. In ing maturation and differentiation of chemical factors a rich contributor to its fact, many of these reports on colostrum thymocytes, which are immune cells onset. Biological pathogens—infectious involve human clinical studies. grown in the thymus and that are pre-organisms that are carried to the arter

cursors to the body’s T-cells. By ial tissues where they burrow into the

Colostrum Background immunomodulatory, we do not mean lining and form lesions—also play an Colostrum is the first mammary secre-simply immune stimulation. Rather, important contributory role. At the tion that every mammal gives its new-we mean normalization, quieting the same time, once the lesions are there,

Reprinted with permission from The Doctors’ Prescription for Healthy Living / volume 5, number 5 / www.freedompressonline.com / www.immunetree.com


the immune system rushes in to clear debris, but immune cells become trapped in the region, thus bringing in ever more immune cells, contributing to arterial occlusion. The immune system enters into a state of hyperexcitability, trying to undo this accumulation of white blood cells, producing growth factors that lead to ever more scarring and tissue accumulation. The proline-rich polypeptides in colostrum are probably one of the factors in this natural agent able to support and normalize immune function, and this may have helped Reynolds.

We also know that the immunoglobulins of bovine colostrum provide the major antimicrobial protection against microbial infections and confer a passive immunity to the newborn calf until its own immune system matures. This insight from veterinary medicine has led to colostrum products once designed for farm animals that are now commercially available for human use in many countries, including the U.S., to combat infections. “Bovine colostrum-based immune milk products have proven effective in prophylaxis against various infectious diseases in humans,” say scientists with the Agricultural Research Center of Finland.

Colostrum & Lupus Rivera suffered from lupus erythematosus, a chronic (persisting over a long period of time) inflammatory disease in which the body’s immune system fails to serve its normal protective functions. Instead, it forms antibodies (special protein substances made by the body to defend against bacteria and other foreign substances) that attack healthy tissues and organs. For many people, lupus is a mild disease; for others, it may cause serious and even life-threatening problems. If left untreated, lupus can be fatal. But with colostrum, Rivera found a natural agent that helped to normalize immune function. Plus, lupus, like many autoimmune disorders, may be a result of infection by stealth pathogens (e.g., mycoplasmas) that escape initial immune detection. Perhaps the immune factors in colostrum were able to help Rivera finally quell this infection; after all, as she reported, her overall infection level seemed to have declined.

Good Results with Alzheimer’s Patients

The same proline-rich polypeptide complex (Colostrinin) that may have helped Reynolds and Rivera has been found to have psycho-immuno-enhancing activity. These observations prompted researchers at the Psychiatric Unit, University Medical School, Wroclaw, Poland, to study the effect of Colostrinin on patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

Forty-six patients were divided into three groups and randomly assigned to receive orally either Colostrinin (100 micrograms per tablet, every second day), commercially available bioorganic selenium (100 micrograms selenium per tablet, every second day) or placebo tablets.

One cycle of the treatment lasted three weeks and was separated from the next cycle by a two-week hiatus. Each patient received 10 cycles of treatment during the year of the clinical trial. Psychiatrists blinded to the treatment assignment assessed outcomes.

Eight of the fifteen patients treated with Colostrinin improved and in the seven others the disease stabilized. In contrast, none of the thirty-one patients from the selenium or placebo groups with similar mild or moderate AD improved. The administration of selenium promoted stabilization in thirteen of the fifteen patients, whereas in the placebo group only eight of the sixteen patients were stabilized at the 12month trials end-evaluation.

“Colostrinin was found to be a remarkably safe drug,” say these researchers “Mild and transient effects were anxiety, stimulation, insomnia, and tiredness. The results obtained showed that oral administration of Colostrinin improves the outcome of [Alzheimer’s disease] patients with mild to moderate dementia. The results are very encouraging and deserve further research.” ❖


Korhonen, H., et al. “Bovine milk antibodies for health.” Br J Nutr; 2000;84(Suppl 1):S135-46.

Leszek, J., et al. “Colostrinin: a proline-rich polypeptide (PRP) complex isolated from ovine colostrum for treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. A double-blind, placebo-controlled study.” Arch Immunol Ther Exp (Warsz), 1999;47(6):377-385.


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The Doctors’ Prescription

Colostrum is important to know about if you have allergies, auto-immune diseases such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure or arterial blockage—and these are but a few conditions for which this natural agent offers true hope.

Immune-Tree™ is the colostrum product used by Reynolds, Rivera and other persons whose true-life healing stories we have obtained and will be reported on in upcoming months. It is an American product of extremely high quality, as verified through scientific tests conducted at Cornell University. It comes in great tasting strawberry chewable tablets, capsules, and powder form. The usual dosage is six chewable tablets or capsules daily, or 1/2 teaspoon mixed with water, twice a day.

Immune-Tree is widely available at natural health centers nationwide, but if yours isn’t carrying it yet, have them call Immune-Tree at (888) 484-8671 to order it for you.

Immune-Tree colostrum products are considered to be the highest quality colostrum formulas now available in the United States.

Reprinted with permission from The Doctors’ Prescription for Healthy Living / volume 5, number 5 / www.freedompressonline.com / www.immunetree.com

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