Last Updated: September 28 2022

Microlactin (Hyperimmune milk) is a form of milk that is acquired by giving lactating cows immunostimulants, which produces a larger amount of antibodies in their secreted milk. It appears to be effective in reducing symptoms of osteoarthritis and may support the immune system.

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What else is Microlactin known as?
Note that Microlactin is also known as:
  • Hyperimmune Milk
Dosage information

Microlactin has shown benefit following oral ingestion of both 2,000mg and 9,000mg when taken daily over the course of a few weeks. The optimal dose is currently not known.

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