The natural Colostrum is processed through gentle processes to create our valuable LacVital™ products – including the Colostrum Capsules and the Colostrum Serum. The preservation of the high-quality colostrum ingredients is the main focus.
Pure serum from defatted and decaseinated first milk (colostrum) of the cow.
Free from preservatives
Contains, among other things, immunoglobulins (=antibodies), amino acids, vitamins.
Freeze-dried pure sterile serum from defatted and decaseinated first milk (colostrum) of the cow. Free from fluxes and extenders. Capsule shell: cellulose, water.
Contains milk components and traces of lactose.
Colostrum Capsules and Serum, products with such a variety of ingredients and such a wide range of applications, are naturally associated with a number of questions. You can read about the most common ones here, along with concise answers.
Colostrum Capsules or Colostrum Serum – which is better?stefan.l2022-06-30T11:58:13+01:00
Due to the greater degree of natural purity and less processing, many people opt for the Colostrum Serum. Colostrum in capsule form is produced by gentle processing using microfiltration and freeze-drying. It is characterised by practical handling and a significantly longer shelf life. Colostrum Serum should be refrigerated after opening and consumed within 14 days.
What is the shelf life of Colostrum Capsules?stefan.l2022-06-30T11:58:45+01:00
Colostrum Capsules contain the valuable ingredients in the form of dry powder obtained by gentle microfiltration and freeze-drying. The shelf life is significantly increased compared to liquid extract and amounts to at least 24 months when stored properly. This form is also advantageous for travelling.
What are Colostrum Capsules and Colostrum Serum good for?stefan.l2022-06-30T11:59:06+01:00
Both forms of administration have their advantages. The Colostrum in the capsule is a dry powder that has been produced by gentle processing. It has a long shelf life, is very easy to dose and weighs less.
Colostrum serum in the bottle is a liquid extract that is slightly more natural and is therefore preferred by many people. The liquid Colostrum is cold sterile-filtered and carefully prepared at low temperatures.
How many litres of Colostrum do I need for one vial of LacVital™ Serum?stefan.l2022-06-30T11:58:00+01:00
For a 125 ml bottle of LacVital™ Serum, 1⁄2 litre of raw colostrum is needed. Fat and high-molecular proteins (casein, albumin) and other impurities are separated and discarded by means of various centrifugation and filtration steps. In the end, a solution is obtained in which the essential low-molecular vital substances (e.g. immunoglobulins, cytokines, all amino acids, etc) are contained in dissolved, free form. Since the nutrients are present in free form, they do not have to be digested in the stomach before they can be absorbed by the intestine. This results in a high nutrient content in LacVital™ and has the consequence that the desired effect occurs significantly faster and more effectively than with conventionally produced colostrum products.
What is the difference between Colostrum Capsules and Colostrum Serum?stefan.l2022-06-30T11:58:41+01:00
The Colostrum Capsules contain the freeze-dried, cold-sterile filtered Colostrum Serum in powder form. This also means 100% Colostrum. The Colostrum Serum must be stored in the refrigerator after opening, whereas the capsules can be stored at ambient temperatures of up to 40 °C. This makes them particularly suitable for users who are often on the move. In addition, the Colostrum Capsules are tasteless. The Serum admittedly has a taste that takes some getting used to, so we recommend mixing it with juice or milk.
What are the side effects of Colostrum Capsules?stefan.l2022-06-30T11:58:43+01:00
Side effects of taking Colostrum have not been observed so far. Rarely – as in the case of the “healing crisis” in the course of therapeutic fasting – there may be a worsening of existing symptoms. After a short break and renewed intake, Colostrum has always been tolerated without symptoms.
People with lactose intolerance, milk protein allergy or diabetes should watch out for possible reactions during the first period of intake. The intake of Colostrum should also be discussed with the doctor after transplantation or cancer therapy.
All Colostrum ingredients are water-soluble, which means that no accumulation in the body is possible – ingredients not used by the body are excreted again in the normal way.