BIESTMILCH - OUR STAR ON THE COLOSTRUM SKY

FOREWORD: WITHOUT IMMUNITY WE DIE

 

Due to the recent worldwide events a foreword is required to this site. The term spreading out from the WEF for the reorganization of our world is "THE GREAT RESET".

 

The Corona pandemic forces all of us to change our mindsets. Taking precautions for the more than uncertain future turns into a main target of our lives. Although we are all taking very different paths to master the current situation, maintaining wellbeing is at the center of the lives for many of us like never before since I can remember (confirmed by the reports of the Euromonitor International).

THE BIESTMILCH PROPOSITION: REGULATION NOT SUBSTITUTION

 

Organisms are regulatory systems, all life is about regulation and balance. To maintain the equilibrium porcesses of regulation and control have to take place permanently. Biestmilch as all foodstuff is a potent modulator of body states, or in other words, influences body conditions. It nurtures. That's what food does. The sketch underneath is a simplified display of processes continuously running through our bodies.

Our harsh headline is unfortunately more than just a simple truth. It is a law of life implying that all deaths at the end are a collapse of the immune system.

 

LET YOUR FOOD BE YOR REMEDY

 

Biestmilch/colostrum is so powerful a food for the immune system. It is designed by nature, and honestly, don't you agree with me, that nature is wiser with its billions of years of experience than the human brain? Science calls this process of experiences and changes evolution, correct!

With the evolution of the immunity the evolution of Biestmilch/colostrum comes as well. BIESTMILCH products - the foodstuff that nurtured so many generations - strengthen the immune system and thus support immunity.
 

Immunity guarantees bodily balance and is essential for your wellbeing.

OUR BEING DEEPLY CONNECTED WITH NATURE COMES WITH OUR PASSION FOR BIESTMILCH

Trees can teach us a lot about wellbeing and about successful, misleading and failing communication. Look at a tree and you can see whether it feels well or not. We all know how important the environment is for trees. Trees need nurturing food as we do, and they prefer company, the oak may be an exception. But sorry, I am drifting away. We are not talking about trees here. We only want to say that what applies for trees also appies to human beings.

 

BIESTMILCH is our passion and love, because it is such excellent soil for our immunity to thrive in, metaphorically spoken.

Trees can teach us a lot about wellbeing and about successful, misleading and failing communication. Look at a tree and you can see whether it feels well or not. We all know how important the environment is for trees. Trees need nurturing food as we do, and they prefer company, the oak may be an exception. But sorry, I am drifting away. We are not talking about trees here. We only want to say that what applies for trees also appies to human beings.

 

BIESTMILCH is our passion and love, because it is such excellent soil for our immunity to thrive in, metaphorically spoken.

BIESTMILCH, passion for life

Biestmilch is located where science, well-being, nutrition and movement merge to a powerful narrative. Lifestyle is conneting those four. BIESTMILCH as a powerful food strengthens and modulates with its molecular composition and holistic nature the organism. It soothes the processes that balance an organism in endanger to lose this balance. Biestmilch is a good food, really nurturing and well tolerated.

 

Although it is possible to break down biestmilch (colostrum) into its individual parts, we will not, however, learn its great effects by doing so. 

 

The way Aristotle put it also applies to biestmilch: “the whole is greater than the sum of the parts”. 

 

For our ancestors, it was a valuable foodstuff and cure. It was valued and reserved for offspring, the ill, the elderly and ailing children. The knowledge about its potency has become lost to us today. There is only a small bunch of people out there anymore who is familiar with Biestmilch's distinctiveness compared to other foods. In our latitudes, many farmers discard it as soon as the calf has received its share. 

 

Fresh Biestmilch contains everything a newborn child requires. It contains sufficient fat, bacterial microflora, immunglobulins, hormones, vitamins, minerals, micronutrients, mucopolysaccharides and a large number of cell communication molecules. In the first five to six days after birth, it is slowly converted into milk and then loses its unique character.