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Synonyms for colostrum

milky fluid secreted for the first day or two after parturition


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Fildes survey of early childcare handbooks found evidence that beestings was generally thought harmful to the baby throughout pre-industrial Europe.
Barefooted on the bank, glad-eyed, ankle-grassed, I saw it all and loved it at the time-- blettings, beestings, creamery spillage on her cleanly, comely sally trees and alders.
Modern interest in apitherapy can be traced to the 1888 publication of "Report about a Peculiar Connection Between the Beestings and Rheumatism" by Austrian physician Phillip Terc.
Colostrum (same in Latin), unexplained and untranslated by Dickie, denotes beestings, another compliment with possible barb.
Beestings hurt, but in First Aid you can learn how to remove the stinger and make a paste for your wound.