Prepare Yourself for Cold & Flu Season


Help your system transfer immune defense from cell to cell

Immune Transfer Spray™ delivers a biologically active extract of immune factors from cow’s clear ‘first milk.’ This unique colostrum extract, taken by mouth, delivers a complex mix of growth & immune factors, including proline-rich peptides (PRPs) that may function to promote balanced activity in the body’s immune communication system.*

Specifically, these PRPs (also called ‘transfer factor’) may normalize levels of information-bearing chemical cytokines in the body, so as to help:


Stabilize an overactive immune system (in allergic reactions, for example),

Return a suppressed immune system to normal activity,

Or sustain a healthy balance in immune activity.

The highly bioavailable immune factors in Immune Transfer Spray, delivered in the optimal way for maximum benefit, may support immune balancing effects throughout the body.*


PRPs Help Support Innate/Adaptive Immune Balance & Regulation

Proline-rich peptides (PRPs) are…
a class of small proteins (500-5000 molecular weight) that circulate in the blood of mammals and concentrate in their colostrum, in their milk, and in their blood sera. They act as precursors that modulate cytokine production and maintain correct concentrations of these cytokines. PRPs play a role in conveying information necessary for appropriate cellular function.

Cytokines are…
soluble proteins which are predominantly produced by cells of the immune system. They are similar to hormones, but usually have local rather than systemic functions. Immune cells communicate with each other and with the surrounding tissue by secreting cytokines, and by expressing receptors which allow themselves to get stimulated by cytokines. The cytokine network is an important communication system involved in regulating and coordinating immunity.

The PRPs in Immune Transfer Spray are…
highly bioavailable and transportable, and their activity is not hindered by other components found in colostrum, such as fatty acids and globular proteins.

Regular colostrum has much of its effect in the gastrointestinal tract, where the immunoglobulins affect the localized gut immunity, whereas Immune Transfer Spray’s infopeptides, delivered in an optimal way by mouth, can have immune balancing effects throughout the whole body.*

PRPs can…
potentially stimulate an underactive immune system or down-regulate an overactive immune system. They modulate or stabilize an overactive or suppressed immune system* by normalizing the cytokine levels in the body.

For example, cytokine levels can become unstable during allergic reactions and may be the triggers that produce allergy symptoms. By inhibiting the production of some cytokines involved with the allergic response, the peptides may help insure a normal immune response.*

Besides PRPs, Immune Transfer Spray contains…
glycoproteins, growth factors, neurotransmitters, cytokines (IFN-alpha, IFN-beta), enzymes, trypsin inhibitors, glycoconjugates, orotic acid, orosomucoids, lyozyme, thiocyanate, peroxidase, xanthine oxidase, sulfur, and vitamins A, B12, and E.

The colostrum used to make Immune Transfer Spray is…

Antibiotic-free, from USDA Grade A dairies located in the Southwest United States, which use grass grown on the fertile plains of the lower Colorado River in the cows’ scientific diet. No artificial feeds or feeds containing animal parts are used.

Processed in a state-of-the-art facility dedicated solely to production of colostrum. Only the first and second milkings after calving are utilized, and only low heat flash pasteurization and low heat indirect drying are used, to minimize both temperature and length of exposure to heat, so that any harmful pathogens are removed while still preserving the bioactivity of biologically important proteins.

Every batch of Immune Transfer Spray is…
tested to be free of antibiotics, bacteria, heavy metals and other contaminants. Immune Transfer Spray does not contain the larger milk proteins, and only about 3% lactose.

During acute immune challenges…
Immune Transfer Spray may be taken every four hours, or as often as one likes.

During chronic immune challenges…
Immune Transfer Spray is usually taken 2 to 3 times per day.

For maintenance of health…
Immune Transfer Spray may be taken once every 1 to 3 days.

Generally, frequency of dose is more important than quantity…
For instance, 3 sprays 5 times per day is likely to be more beneficial than 15 sprays once a day.
* Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is very important that you make no change in your healthcare plan or health support regimen without researching and discussing it in collaboration with your professional healthcare team.

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