Bovine colostrum is most commonly used for diarrhea and other infections.
How does it work ?
Uses & Effectiveness ?
Possibly Effective for
- Diarrhea. Taking bovine colostrum seems to prevent infectious diarrhea in children with a history of this condition. It also seems help shorten the duration of this illness in children.
- Airway infections caused by exercise. Taking bovine colostrum by mouth may prevent upper airway infections in people that exercise. It also might reduce symptoms of airway infections that do occur.
- Diarrhea in people with HIV/AIDS. Taking bovine colostrum may help reduce diarrhea in people with HIV. Most research has used hyperimmune bovine colostrum.
- Flu (influenza). Taking bovine colostrum by mouth may help prevent the flu. It seems to work in people that have already been vaccinated against the flu. It may also work in people that have a higher risk of getting the flu.
- Diarrhea caused by rotavirus. Taking bovine colostrum seems to reduce diarrhea in children with diarrhea due to rotavirus. Most research has used hyperimmune bovine colostrum.
Possibly Ineffective for
- A serious intestinal disease in premature infants (necrotizing enterocolitis or NEC). Giving bovine colostrum to very low birth weight infants doesn't seem to prevent NEC.
- Blood infection (sepsis). Giving bovine colostrum to very low birth weight infants doesn't seem to prevent sepsis.
- Poor nutrient absorption that occurs when part of the small intestine is missing or removed (short bowel syndrome). Taking bovine colostrum doesn't seem to improve bowel function in people with short bowel syndrome.
Insufficient Evidence for
- Athletic performance. Bovine colostrum might modestly improve exercise performance following a previous exercise bout. But any benefit is small.
- Autism. Bovine colostrum might improve symptoms such as diarrhea or constipation in kids with autism. Bovine colostrum might also improve some behavior problems. But more research is needed to confirm.
- Infections in people treated with cancer drugs. Taking bovine colostrum doesn't seem to prevent infections in children taking cancer drugs for leukemia. But more research is needed.
- Memory and thinking skills (cognitive function). Early research shows that taking bovine colostrum doesn't improve memory in older adults also taking part in an exercise program.
- Critical illness (trauma). Giving bovine colostrum to a very ill patient in the hospital might help to prevent diarrhea. But it doesn't reduce the risk of blood infection or the risk of death.
- Diabetes. Taking bovine colostrum before a meal might help to reduce blood sugar levels after a meal in people with diabetes. It may also lower cholesterol levels. But more research is needed.
- A sexually transmitted infection that can lead to genital warts or cancer (human papillomavirus or HPV). Early research shows that applying bovine colostrum to the vagina for 6 months may help cure cervical lesions in people with HPV.
- A condition caused by a poor diet or the body's inability to absorb nutrients. Taking bovine colostrum by mouth may improves weight but not height in young children that are not growing well.
- Multiple sclerosis (MS). Taking hyperimmune bovine colostrum might help treat symptoms of MS. But not all research agrees.
- Swelling (inflammation) and sores inside the mouth (oral mucositis). Taking bovine colostrum doesn't seem to prevent sores in children with leukemia taking cancer drugs. But it might help to make them less painful.
- Physical performance in elderly adults. Some research shows that taking bovine colostrum improves leg strength in older adults doing some weight training. But it doesn't seem to improve upper body strength or body composition.
- Illness from a Shigella bacteria infection (shigellosis). Taking bovine colostrum might not help with shigellosis in kids who are also taking antibiotics.
- Travelers' diarrhea. Early research shows that taking bovine colostrum may help prevent travelers' diarrhea.
- Inflammation of the colon (colitis). There is some early evidence that a rectal enema containing 10% bovine colostrum might be helpful for treating colitis.
- Upper airway infection. Bovine colostrum seems to reduce the number of upper airway infections in children who get them often. It also may help prevent upper airway infections in adult men. But it doesn't appear to reduce the duration of upper airway infections if they do occur.
- Enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH).
- Thinning of vaginal tissue (vaginal atrophy).
- Bacterial and fungal infections.
- Building lean muscle.
- Burning fat.
- Dry eyes.
- Elevating mood and sense of well-being.
- Healing injuries.
- Increasing stamina and vitality.
- Repairing nervous system damage.
- Stimulating the immune system.
- Slowing and reversing aging.
- Other conditions.
When applied to the skin: There isn't enough reliable information to know if bovine colostrum is safe or what the side effects might be.
When applied into the eye: There isn't enough reliable information to know if bovine colostrum is safe or what the side effects might be.
When given as an enema (rectally): Bovine colostrum is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when given rectally as an enema.
When given in the vagina (intravaginally): Bovine colostrum is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when given in the vagina as a cream or tablets.
Special Precautions and Warnings
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking bovine colostrum if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
Allergy to cow's milk: If you are allergic to cow's milk or milk products, you may also be allergic to bovine colostrum. In that case, it is best to avoid it.
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- For airway infections caused by exercise: 10-20 grams of bovine colostrum daily for 8-12 weeks has been used.
- For diarrhea in people with HIV/AIDS: 10-30 grams of bovine colostrum powder has been taken 1-4 times daily for 10-21 days.
- For flu (influenza): 400 mg of a defatted freeze-dried bovine colostrum daily for 8 weeks has been used.
- For diarrhea: 7 grams of bovine colostrum three times daily for 14 days has been used. For preventing infectious diarrhea, infant formula containing 0.5 grams/kg hyperimmune bovine colostrum for one week has been used in infants. Also, 3 grams of bovine colostrum once daily has been used in children under 1-2 years-old, and 3 grams twice daily has been used in children 2-6 years-old, for 4 weeks to prevent infectious diarrhea or for 1 week to help treat infectious diarrhea.
- For diarrhea caused by rotavirus: 10 grams of bovine colostrum daily for 4 days, or 20-300 mL daily for up to 2 weeks, has been used.
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