WARNING: Weak stomached readers might find this article nausea-inducing.
A Byron Bay cafe is raising eyebrows by putting a smoothie made with colostrum on their menu.
Customers perusing through The Roadhouse’s cold drink menu will find something called a “Colostrum Shake” for $8.
Just in case you’re unaware, colostrum is that thick, yellowy substance that comes in breastfeeding mothers before they start producing regular breastmilk.
Only, we don't think it's human colostrum. Well, we hope it's not.
In fact, it's very possible the colostrum comes in powder form, which would make it much easier to take - but then, it's still called colostrum.
The Roadhouse has not returned Mamamia's request for comment at the time of publishing.
Described as "coconut water blended with colostrum, Mother Nature's 'first food' for all mammals", the smoothie is apparently for those who want to enjoy a boost to their immunity levels.
Colostrum is known for its benefits to newborns, providing them with a concentrated dose of nutrients and boosting their immunity.