The History of Camel Milk
If there is no water, the cow dies first, followed by the sheep. After that, the goat dies. Only then does the camel die. By that time, there can be the valuable milk. No other farm animal is as extremely adapted to the living conditions as the camel "camelus dromedarius", the milk of no other animal is as well adapted to humans as camel milk !
Camel milk is difficult to preserve, even though it contains its own preservatives. The classic way of preserving camel milk would be to make cheese out of it. But the rennet substances in camel milk prevent this.
No company has yet succeeded in preserving fresh camel milk while preserving the ingredients. The fresh milk must therefore not be imported into the EU, as it could carry pathogens of the dangerous foot-and-mouth disease. It is not possible to kill these viruses by pasteurization without destroying the valuable ingredients. The therapeutic effects of camel milk are lost.
But let me tell you about the already mentioned "super powers" of camel milk:
Due to its rich vitamins and trace elements, milk will become the superfood for health advocates in the future, predict the experts at the UN Food and Nutrition Organization (FAO).
The nutritional, pharmaceutical and therapeutic uses of camel milk are vast.
For example, experts have found that the antibodies found in "super milk" are also effective against cancer, HIV/AIDS, Alzheimer's and hepatitis C.
In addition, it contains large amounts of insulin, which, contrary to the prevailing teaching, also lowers the blood sugar level in patients with diabetes when taken orally.
A real killer for diseases of civilization, so to speak!
Tuberculosis, autoimmune diseases, skin diseases and severe burns have all been treated with camel milk for a long time.
In addition, camel milk and every other mammalian milk, except that of seals and harbor seals, contains lactose. However, camel milk is still recommended for people with lactose intolerance, as it does not contain beta-lactoglobulin, the milk protein that is responsible for causing a cow's milk allergy. It is therefore very well tolerated!
That sounds almost too good to be true, don't you think? Unfortunately, there is a catch.
As already mentioned, fresh camel milk cannot be imported into the EU. In order not to withhold this "super milk" from you, we sell camel milk powder , which is checked by the Nedelandse Voedsel- en Warenautoriteit according to the current and highest safety standards. The only downside is that you have to mix the powder with water. The result is in no way inferior to fresh camel milk and contains all the valuable ingredients!
Thank you for reading this article and I hope I was able to give you a little overview of camel milk and its benefits.
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