At IRONMAN Switzerland: Through a dog’s eyes

While Patricia and I were waiting for Ronnie Schildknecht at the swim exit of the IRONMAN Switzerland we killed the time by experimenting with our cameras and the BOOSTER. Despite the early morning hour we had fun and enjoyed being there. When I saw the young dog beside me excitingly focusing the reflections on the water I thought better let him – or was it a her? – observing us. What might the world look like through a dog’s eyes? There have been so many dogs at the race in Zurich with the most distinct expressions in their faces, from boredom to fear to aloofness, to distaste or excitement.
The young one in the video clip was highly attentive watching the scene with a very understanding expression in his young face.

While I am musing about the dog’s thoughts I want to answer one question about Biestmilch I get asked a lot: ” Biestmilch from a cow, can it help a human being, isn’t there this species barrier? Through the many years I am working with Biestmilch now, I have to say this barrier is negligible, if it’s there at all. 
The bovine Biestmilch is efficacious in horses, dogs and cats, in pigeons, pigs, and even reptiles. This is what 13 years of experience told us. Therefore don’t be afraid of crossing barriers.
All living beings are far closer to each other than we originally assumed. If you look for example at the molecules in Biestmilch such as cell differentiation factors (I don’t want to use the misleading term “growth factors”), they are almost identical between kettle and humans. The molecules’ shapes are of high plasticity. They can therefore connect easily with other molecules. They don’t care at all about the species barrier we have arrogantly erected. 

If you look at Biestmilch as food, it might be easier to cast away the doubts. Do we question the efficacy of a steak or an apple? They are of a very different kind too! The same applies to Biestmilch, all natural and so strong. Don’t hesitate to try it.



Susann is the biest prototype and head of the team. She is Austrian, has studied medicine, meaning she is a medical doctor and the Biesters' alpha wolf. Susann continuously produces new ideas, is strong in making concepts and is practically always ON FIRE. Without her BIESTMILCH wouldn't be where and what it is today, and anyway - not possible.

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Ronnie Schildknecht in Zurich: Snippets from the start to the finishline

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