FAQ

Are Ummunity’s antibodies the same as the ones in my body?
How are antibodies collected?
Are Ummunity’s antibodies drugs?
Is Ummunity’s activity cruel for animals?
Do oral antibodies have side effects?

Are Ummunity’s antibodies the same as the ones in my body?

Although they are slightly different, our antibodies can still hook the same way to antigens and be digested by human phagocytes. We use antibodies that come from cow colostrum, milk and chicken eggs. The modern dairy milk processes and cooking kill them. We have found a way to harness their power, preserve them and to use them to fight, prevent and treat diseases.

How are antibodies collected?

Antibodies are collected from milk and eggs. Cows and chickens are vaccinated against specific human diseases, so their body start producing antibodies. Those antibodies are especially concentrated inside eggs and colostrum (colostrum is the name of the milk produced within the first 60 Liters after a calf’s birth). The concentration of antibodies inside eggs and colostrum is 100 times higher than in regular milk. It is there to help protect the young calf and young chick during the development of their immune systems.

We use patented and secret processes to extract and preserve those antibodies from eggs and colostrum. Then we combine different antibodies (for example from a cow vaccinated against the flu and a chicken vaccinated against diarrhea) to create packages of antibodies targeting a wide range of antigens.

Are Ummunity’s antibodies drugs?

First, let us examine what is meant by the word ‘drug.’ Drugs are not classified by how they are made, but rather by how they work. Any product claiming to protect against diseases must be classified as a ‘drug’ and undergo clinical trials.

We are currently working towards the release of 5 drugs. After this long process, our antibodies will technically be labeled as ‘drugs.’ Yet the antibodies we produce are simply sub-products of milk and eggs, to which we have added nothing. Therefore our product is just like regular food.

Is Ummunity’s activity cruel for animals?

No. Ummunity’s needs from animals are limited to eggs and milk, but the methods used are no different from the ones used at egg and milk farms. Ummunity does not currently own it’s own farms and partners with high quality, family-owned farms in the USA committed to animal rights.

Do oral antibodies have side effects?

People who are allergic to eggs or cow’s milk are likely to to be allergic to our oral antibodies. According to the American Dairy Association about 5% of the US population is allergic to cow’s milk. Experts estimate that as many as 2 percent of children are allergic to eggs with about 70 percent of children with an egg allergy will outgrow the condition by age 16. Still any medication or foods that some adults and children take, due to special health conditions, may be prohibited by your doctor. Always get professional medical opinions from your physician if that is your case. Further Clinical Trials will establish what side effects there are. They will be announced.