Camel milk is a valuable food that has been drunk for thousands of years in many cultures. It’s a very healthy drink that’s low in fat. It’s not a drug--it’s just milk. But a little knowledge helps you understand what you’re drinking.These Statements have not been evaluated by FDA. This Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease
Only natural elements are found in our camel milk. It’s a whole product, with nothing added, removed or processed. It’s non-pasteurized and non-homogenized, With a smoother, fuller, creamier taste straight from the camel. While it’s just milk, it’s absolutely delicious. You can taste the natural flavors of our farm and the care we give our camels. We even have our own flowing artesian well in the pristine forest area of northern MI The water undergoes a three-step purification process including UV light for sterilization before it ever reaches the facility for exceptional cleanliness. This helps maintain the clean fresh flavor of our milk. We strive to produce our camel milk as Naturally and chemical free as possible.
Before we move on to the facts, we want to say we’re thankful and forever indebted to those experienced mothers who shared their knowledge of camel milk with farmers and other parents. We also appreciate the medical professionals who advise their patients. We wish you all the best that camel milk can give you!
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Camel milk has been used in fine creams, soaps and lotions for many years in other countries. Camel milk soap provides a smooth, natural and fresh bathing experience.
Happy Mom: “My ASD son is almost done with his first batch of camel's milk. It’s been the best three weeks for him in a long time - he normally has self-injurious behaviors, but they have been really minimized. I will be ordering more frozen milk!”
Mom E: “They are great to do business with.”
Mom L: “I am so happy! My daughter is actually doing things when asked, starting to talk more, naming letter and responding to my commands. OMG, I never thought I would see this.”
Mom T: “My son (age 3) drinks 1.5 to 3 ounces a day. After a month and a half on camel milk he has gained 1.5 pounds and 3/4" in height! He went from 3rd percentile in weight (been that low for a long, long time) to 18th percentile! In height he has grown from 25th percentile to 40th percentile. His stools have had very little undigested food and have been a good texture – constipation has improved as well. We plan to keep on giving him camel's milk!”
Mom K: “My son started drinking camel milk a little over 2 months ago. He was verbal but his social language skills were almost completely prompt-dependent. Within a couple of weeks we started noticing a change in his expressive language, and he became much more interested in social conversation! We changed nothing else during this time--camel milk has been a ‘wow’ for us! His teacher said his language skills have improved, that he's making and retaining good friendships, and how pleased they are with his progress!”
Mom C: “Day 3 of camel milk and seeing some good things such as more affectionate, less non-compliance, demonstrating empathy, and initiating play!! Don't know why I didn't do this sooner!!”
Mom S: “I have gestational diabetes and cow’s dairy sends my numbers through the roof, but camel’s milk keeps me in normal range for long periods, like overnight. It’s helping my son and me both!”
Mom G: “Blessings to you and your lovely family for all you do to help us help our sick children.”
When people first drink camel milk, they might feel nothing unusual, but some report feeling more energy or improved mood.
When children with autism first drink camel milk, some parents say the child feels and functions better very quickly (overnight or a few days for some, but not for all). A few parents report initial increased irritability and extra energy. There are no reported major negative side effects, and any negative effects are reported to disappear when the amount is lowered or the children adjust to the milk. We advise that all changes to your child’s diet should be carried out under the care and supervision of a doctor specializing in autism spectrum disorders.
This site offers only general information about camel milk and makes no medical claim for the product. It should not be considered medical advice.These Statements have not been evaluated by FDA. This Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease
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