What is Bovine Colostrum?
Bovine Colostrum is a fluid that Cows produce for a few days after giving birth to nourish the newborn. It’s very nutritious and contains high levels of antibodies, which are proteins that fight infections and bacteria.
These antibodies can neutralize viruses throughout life – they are even used in treating hepatitis A in humans! These antibodies can also fight bacteria and recurring chronic infections in dogs and cats.
Another form of antibodies in Bovine Colostrum protect the digestive process. They form a lining in the digestive tract which seals the intestines so bacteria or viruses can not pass into the bloodstream. This can naturally heal digestive upset in dogs and cats!
Bovine Colostrum contains a unique blend of nutrients and enzymes that are powerful to build your pets immunity as that is the sole purpose of colostrum – building a strong foundation.
What are the benefits of feeding Bovine Colostrum?
Strong Gut – by promoting growth of intestinal cells to seal the gut and alleviating Colitis by healing the inflammation in the colon without any side effects
Healthy Immune System – by supplying rare protein compounds that regulate immune responses and promote growth – including lactoferrin, growth factors, and antibodies
Brain Health – by protecting and renewing cells, the nervous system is kept healthy which may relieve epilepsy and brain damage
Who should feed it?
Give Bovine Colostrum a shot. It’s an extremely powerful immunity booster and is mad yum – your pet is sure to relish it and keep craving for more!
We combined Bovine Colostrum with the magic of India’s rich herbal goodness to create Cell Shield – a powerful blend of all natural ingreidents to help your pet thrive – So add a spoon of this magical powder to your pups pr cats diet to keep them fit as they can be!
Ingredients of Cell Shield: Bovine Colostrum, Nettle Leafs, Turkey Tail Mushroom, Red Reishi Mushroom, Lion’s Mane Mushroom, Parsley, Beet Root, Broccoli.
More info on the benefits of each ingredient on the product page 🙂