Inexpensive and early data points towards being potentially side effect free.
Painless to the animals.
For a cow to produce one liter of milk it needs 400 to 500 liters of blood to pass through its udder. Bioelectric stimulation increases blood flow where it is needed for increasing milk production!
Our bioelectric stimulation increases IGF-1 release which is known to stimulate milk production.
The MilkStim team is also embarking on early stage reaearch to explore the use of controlled precise bioelectric signal stimulations that induce growth and development of acini (milk-producing) tissues in breasts and leads to increasing lactation.
Dr. Leslie Miller
Dr. Jorge Genovese
VP Bioelectrics Research
Director Corporate Development
Chief Patent Counsel