Apparently, a man by the name of Herb Saunders found that by injecting a dead disease into the udder of a cow before giving birth, it's "first milk" will have antibodies in the colostrum that have healing properties. He found something highly effective against Arthritis, and it's even been found that injecting a dead Lyme disease spirochete resulted in a woman being cured within a few weeks of drinking the milk.
Anyways, the FDA and The Department for Agriculture squelched the idea, showed no interest in pursuing any additional research, and sued the man for practicing medicine without a medical license, in addition to seizing his property.
I really hate how drugs in this world are only approved based on what's the most profitable.
As someone who has had Chronic Lyme disease for years, I am royally pissed off. This is a way to create a drug that can be effective against Lou Gherig's, MS, etc., and it seems as though it will never see the light due to everybody being terrified of the FDA suing them. Thoughts?
Universal Oral Vaccine: The Immune Milk Saga