In Uzbekistan, a variant of milk was recently introduced on the market that, according to the manufacturer, has the ability to strengthen the immune system, a product that claims to be able to neutralize the coronavirus. As reported by News Academy Italia, the induced activities of the “Virus” seem to have no end. The coronavirus appears to be unstoppable in generating profit and power.
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This announcement comes directly from the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, and Innovation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, which seems to be pushing for this new addition to the dairy landscape.
The Panaev Farms company, operating in Nukus, claims to be the mastermind behind this initiative for the production and sale of dairy products with potential disinfectant properties against SARS-CoV-2. An idea that leaves some questions about the real efficacy and safety of these products.
The roots of this lie in the Immune Milk Project, a research project launched in 2021 by the International Center for Molecular Allergology and the Medical University of Vienna. The idea behind this experiment was to vaccinate cows imported from Austria and Germany with the Uzbek-Chinese vaccine ZF-UZ-VAC2001. A move that has obviously generated controversial results.
After the vaccine doses were administered, virus-neutralizing antibodies were found to be produced in the milk of the cows. Details about the process and its security are yet to be clarified.
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In an attempt to launch this “Immunizing Milk” on the market, Panaev Farms has introduced a technological line for small-volume production. However, it remains to be seen how this initiative will fit into the food landscape and how rigorously its effectiveness will be demonstrated, or, as we have been used to until today when it comes to serums and coronaviruses, how cumbersome, anti-scientific, and not at all transparent it will be.
The publication of the scientific article in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition can be seen as a step in trying to legitimize this new generation of immunity-boosting milk.
The association with the WHO and the announcement of new variants in the country appear to be an attempt to capitalize on fear and uncertainty. It is crucial to carefully examine the scientific evidence and independent evaluations to understand the health consequences that this “Immunizing Milk” will bring.
Davide Donateo is the founder, editor, and editorial director of News Academy, with considerable experience. He is an expert author in the fields of geopolitics and OSINT (Open Source Intelligence), engaged in the production of in-depth analysis and high-quality information, and the former founder of Database Italia and Database International. This article was originally published on News Academy.