Microlactin

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    Last Updated: September 28, 2022

    Microlactin (Hyperimmune milk) is a form of milk that is acquired by giving lactating cows immunostimulants, which produces a larger amount of antibodies in their secreted milk. It appears to be effective in reducing symptoms of osteoarthritis and may support the immune system.

    Microlactin is most often used for .

    What are other names for Microlactin

    Note that Microlactin is also known as:
    • Hyperimmune Milk

    Dosage information

    Microlactin has shown benefit following oral ingestion of both 2,000mg and 9,000mg when taken daily over the course of a few weeks. The optimal dose is currently not known.

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    Examine Database References

    1. Triglycerides - Sharpe SJ, Gamble GD, Sharpe DNCholesterol-lowering and blood pressure effects of immune milkAm J Clin Nutr.(1994 Apr)
    2. Total cholesterol - Golay A, Ferrara JM, Felber JP, Schneider HCholesterol-lowering effect of skim milk from immunized cows in hypercholesterolemic patientsAm J Clin Nutr.(1990 Dec)
    3. Osteoarthritis Symptoms - Colker CM, Swain M, Lynch L, Gingerich DAEffects of a milk-based bioactive micronutrient beverage on pain symptoms and activity of adults with osteoarthritis: a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical evaluationNutrition.(2002 May)