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just curious if anyone has given colostrum a try

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I mentioned colostrum earlier on this site and nobody replied. I was just wondering if anyone gave it a try. It has really helped me out a lot with my s.a. and depression. I mentioned it at the sjw forum, and somebody tried it out and told me it was helping them out a lot just after the fourth day. I have recently been taking lemon balm as well and I feel like I have finally beaten my s.a. completely. The colostrum fixed my deep rooted s.a., like looking people in the eye and speaking with ease. And the lemon balm calmed my nerves and fear of people. It also makes me feel really good and normal. I've been talking to strangers like it was nothing. I used to not be able to get the words out of my mouth and now I enjoy talking. It's a complete turn around. I'v tried basically everything out there and nothing has done this for me. So if you are skeptical of trying anything else and you don't think you can get better. I would recommend these two things in a second. If you have deep rooted s.a. or just anxiety socially then you owe it to yourself to give them a try. It doesn't matter where you get them from as long as they are a reputable company.
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I'd love to give it a try, I just have a few questions. Do you get Colostrum in a health food store? How is it taken, ie. capsules, tablets, and how much do you take per day?
Thanks so much for all of the info on Colostrum! I'm going to go out today to my local health food store and see if they have it. I'm also going to try the lemon balm and maybe the passion flower too if all of this isn't too expensive. I think I'll try the colostrum first and then add in the others so I can tell what works and what doesn't. I'll let you know if I get any help from it. Thanks again for the tips.
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