What does the factor IgG 30 mean?

This designation indicates the exact concentration of immunoglobulin G contained in each colostrum ingredient.

The factor IgG 30 thus describes the 30-fold amount of type G immunoglobulins in direct comparison to human first milk.

Colostrum ingredients

What is contained in colostrum?

Proline-rich polypeptides (PRP)

consist of amino acids and describe an important factor for normal functioning of the immune system. They also play an important role in the growth of nerve cells.


have a complex relationship with many other colostrum ingredients in their function as regulatory proteins. They have a primary regulatory effect on inflammatory processes and support the immune system.

Amino acids

mark vital protein building blocks that are responsible for physical and mental performance. They also play a role in metabolism and cell regeneration. Essential amino acids cannot be produced by the human body itself and must therefore be supplied from outside.


denote lipids that are present in cell membranes. The highest concentrations are found in the nervous system. Gangliosides are further involved in cell development and are also beneficial for the intestinal flora, which forms part of the immune defence.


also known as antibodies, are an integral part of our immune system. They effectively fight infections caused by bacteria, viruses or fungi. The immune factors contained in bovine colostrum ingredients are 99% identical to human antibodies.


refers to a protein with antiviral and antimicrobial properties, i.e. it attacks various types of exogenous microorganisms. It also plays a crucial role in the formation of the immune system.

Natural growth factors

as proteins are very important for information transfer. As hormones, they regulate the various growth and development processes of cells. They also determine the pace of cell growth and balance cell metabolism.


is secreted as an enzyme by various glands in the body and is indirectly involved in the defence against microorganisms, including viruses. Laboratory tests (in vitro) also confirm a lethal effect on tumour cells, although this has not yet been verified in the human body.


are contained in large numbers in colostrum – for example vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D and E, which are of particular relevance for our general health. However, vitamins not only have numerous positive properties in relation to our organism, but also cause balancing effects.


play a crucial role in cell recognition as multiple sugars. They prevent viruses and bacteria from docking with the body’s cells by “camouflaging” the cells with false receptors. In addition, they also have other functions for the immune system.

Colostrum application areas

Because of its valuable ingredients, colostrum is often used as a food when external factors such as stress, physical strain or other negative influences affect health and there is a need for increased concentrations of valuable nutrients.

In addition, the natural colostrum ingredients also soothe skin in a particularly gentle way.