Colostrum + Prebiotic 200 grams - powder - Franciscan Herbs - Franciscan Monks - Traditional Old Herbal Recipe


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Colostrum + Probiotic dietary supplement contains bovine colostrum in the form of powder without any additives. Colostrum is one of the most valuable and oldest natural substances in the world. It is the so-called (colostrum or young) first milk of a cow, created immediately after the birth of a calf to increase its immunity. The most valuable colostrum is produced in the first 12 hours from the birth of the calf. The product contains trace amounts of lactose, which is why it is well tolerated by people with lactose intolerance. Inulin (dietary fiber) - a prebiotic that supports the functioning of the intestines, accelerates the intestinal transit and increases the body's natural immunity.

Net content: 200 grams

Components:bovine colostrum (colostrum bovinum), inulin. The product does not contain preservatives, gluten or genetically modified (GMO) raw materials, contains lactose in the amount naturally present in the colostrum.

Usage:Adults 2.5 - 3 g of powder, consume once a day, washed down with warm water. 1 teaspoon contains approx. 3 g of powder.

Content in recommended daily portion:Ingredient Content in 2.4 gBovine colostrum 1200 mgInulin (fructooligosaccharide) 1200 mg

Warnings:Do not exceed the recommended daily allowance during the day. The product cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. A healthy lifestyle and balanced diet are essential for maintaining good health. The product is not recommended for people who are allergic to its ingredients. It should also not be consumed by pregnant and lactating women. Hygroscopic product, protect against moisture and temperature fluctuations causing dew point.

Storage:Store at room temperature, in a dry place, out of reach of small children. After opening, the product should be stored in the refrigerator.

The tradition of monastic herbs dates back to the fourth century. The Benedictine brothers were the first to spread the knowledge about the healing properties of the herbs among the faithful. They have made great contributions in this field. The Franciscan Order throughout the centuries have also educated many prominent herbalists. The high skills of the Franciscans were recognized in the twelfth century during their activities in the Holy Land, where they took care of shrines commemorating Bible events. The professionalism of herbalists, pharmacists and doctors in brown habits was then made famous all over the world.

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