This sounds pretty good. I've rinsed my mouth from time to time through the years with hydrogen peroxide, and it even whitens your teeth a little.
Listerine just put out a mouth rinse to whiten teeth that I believe contains hydrogen peroxide, since it makes a similar foamy suds in your mouth. If it whitens your teeth, I would think that it also kills germs.
I've heard good things about colostrum too, but I haven't done research on it lately. I think it would be an interesting topic to research.
I was just reading now
where it says that colostrum, "...contains protective white blood cells capable of attacking harmful bacteria. Colostrum also acts to "seal" the inside of the baby's intestines, preventing the invasion of bacteria, and provides the baby with high levels of antibodies from the mother. Not only does colostrum thus offer protection from sickness, but it is the ideal food for the newborn's first few days of life. It is high in protein and low in Sugar
and fat, making it easy to digest. Colostrum is also beneficial in stimulating the baby's first bowel movement. The black, tarry stool, called meconium, contains bilirubin, the substance that causes newborn jaundice. Colostrum in frequent doses helps eliminate bilirubin from the body and may lessen the incidence and severity of jaundice." Human colostrum for human babies are obviously great.
Now the colostrum supplements and products we buy at the store are probably not obtained from humans, and we no longer have a newborns clean intestines. Bovine colostrum is the lacteal secretion which precedes milk after a cow gives birth...[FDA recommends that like milk,] must be pasteurized..." to prevent pathogenic organisms capable of causing diseases in man.
I would suggest you make sure that the manufacturer of the colostrum you take is a reputable one, and see what is posted (if anything) in the bottle regarding this. If care is given to this, I would think that it could have some benefits, especially after the intestines have been cleaned out well first, but be careful of side effects if you are lactose intollerent. See
where it says that, "Colostrum is food and should be thought of as such. There have been no significant side effects from supplementation with bovine colostrum reported in the literature. Although colostrum contains lactose, the amount is small. It depends on the degree of lactose intolerance and the amount of colostrum ingested whether symptoms will appear in the lactose intolerant." Actually this whole article is very good.
Sonee, thanks for sharing this info with us. It is very interesting and worth additional research.