Christina Adams made lobster macaroni and cheese with camel milk. So good! It is healthier, nutritious and tasty.
Source: Camel! A One in All Creatures
Yesterday evening, I received the following report from Mike (Shah Alam, Malaysia). It is very interesting and even heart touching. He message is in the ensuing lines.Mike Facebook Page
Very interesting, Just want to update you on some new progress on camel milk. Last week (first week of August, 2017), I gave 3 sachet (25g X3) Camelait powder (camel milk powder of Alain dairy) to a mum (Camelait! Al Ain Camel Dairy Products).
She has a nonverbal kid (3 years and 8 month of age) with speaking complications. The camel milk gave a magic result. The mum of the kid called me and told that just in a week the boy started to talk basic 2~3 words like Goodbye or Goodnight to the family members. I want milk and sleep in Chinese. Both parents really surprised. Even his special attention school teacher also notice the changes. So far best feedback I have heard.
Me (Dr Raziq, the author) have received the same positive reports before as well from Malalsyia The Myth of Camel Milk in Malasia: A Preliminary Report of a Diabetic Patient and India Camels’ Milk Miracle for Autistic Patients~A letter from Ram Prasad (India).
I hereby request the sophisticated research facilities all around the world to come forward and conduct scientific trials with accurate results and huge data to give the true and scientific portrait regarding the camel milk. Camel milk is a unique gift of the nature (natural therapy) to avoid chemicals and antibiotics consumption which are threatening our health in many ways. Camel milk has the real worth to be used as natural pharmacy. Detailed Nutritional Composition of Bactrian Camel’s Milk
While searching around in the google and my long contacts with the camel people, I came to compile this small table to document the usage of camel milk for different health aspects. I would like if any one would like to add their perspectives regarding the precious camel milk.
|No.||Type of community||Use for|
|1||Arab Bedouins||Hepatitis, Aphrodisiac, Anti-aging|
|2||Afghan Nomadis/Kochis||Arthritis, Long bone pain (badi dard), strong bones|
|3||Baloch of Balochistan||Good eye sight, anti-aging, strong body|
|South Asian (deserts)||Diabetes, good eye sight, liver disease and arthritis, jaundice and piles|
|4||Kazak, Russians, Mongols and Uyghur||To halt weakness and emaciation among kids and other groups, to keep body strong and alert, kidney diseases|
|5||Iranian Pastoralists||Strength, arthritis, hepatitis|
|6||Pastoralists of Horn of Africa||Diabetes, liver diseases, keeping good eye sight, strength of the body and CHD|
|7||Central and West Africa||AIDS, viral diseases, hepatitis, anti-weakness|
|8||North Africa||Arthritis, viral diseases, hepatitis, spleen diseases, weakness,|
|9||Industrialized countries||Autism, aphrodisiac, arthritis|