We don't know how many times we've said it, but it bears repeating, because we don't say it every time we talk about how much colostrum people typically take.
When we talk about taking as little as only a total of one- half to one teaspoon per day of the Alpha-Whey III , we are basing that on the understanding that the person is also drinking Willard's Water every day. In this case, it's especially important to take them together, because back in 1983 when we were first introduced to colostrum, people were typically taking 1 to 2 Tablespoons of it every day -- but when those people added Willard's Water to their daily routines, they found they could reduce it to the dosages we routinely suggest... 1/2 to 1 teaspoon a day of the Alpha Whey III for "routine maintenance" (just staying healthy) and more than that if fighting some particular problem. Usually, those people using the liquid colostrum simply add their colostrum to about 2-3 ounces of their mixed-up-for-use Willard's Water, and drink it that way.
Another important point: taking more than these small amounts won't hurt anything--many people routinely take more than these minimums either because it's easier than measuring smaller amounts (so they take a full teaspoon, for example), or because they say they just "can't believe" a little more wouldn't be better. So, follow your own wishes on this issue-- no need to worry about "too much". "Overdosing" is impossible -- the limits on how much one takes are strictly based on cost.
We know, too, that those who have used colostrum capsules or tablets who have also had Willard's Water as part of their routine, have had the best results. We don't like "harping on things", but we do want to make it clear that "before Willard's Water", people typically used much more of the Colostrum. Most of our regular customers do use "the water" everyday, but in case anyone just beginning to use the Alpha Whey III product didn't know how important the water was to the colostrum's performance, we felt we needed to clarify that point. And, if you are using colostrum without "the water" you should consider increasing the amount of colostrum you take by a significant amount. Questions? Just call!