My friend’s son is on antibiotics and has “golden staphylococcus” in his throat. The doctor said he should refrain from all milk products when taking antibiotics and his mother is worried about using colostrum. What is your opinion?

Milk and antibiotics do often interact badly. However, compared to milk the dose of colostrum is very low. Ideally best is to ensure as long time periods as possible between the administration of antibiotics and colostrum. For instance if you take antibiotics in mornings and evenings, you can take colostrum at lunchtime.