Buy a Camel and Enrich Your Health With the Milk


Camel as a family dairy companion

I have been advocating the camel as a family dairy companion. I have authored this terminology, camel for milk and keeping her as a family member and companion animal. The camel is very easy to keep and maintain because of many reasons; i.e. eating and drinking less, efficient in converting food/water into milk, very short list of diseases, very close to nature, provide natural pharmacy (milk), manure for the kitchen gardening, and providing playtime to your kids.

My idea is coming into practice

Manikandan Pandian, 39, is an engineer by training and a manufacturer of machines. He has an export business, with offices in Delhi and Chennai. Two km from the airport in Coimbatore, Pandian also has a small farm. When, five years ago, he discovered that camel milk might help control his diabetes, he began to get a regular supply from Rajasthan. Unhappy with not getting it fresh, he has now bought four camels and housed them at his Coimbatore farm. The animals serve as playmates to his two children.https://www.counterview.net/2022/02/brought-camels-from-gujarat-milk-helped.html

You can read a story from India, where a businessman bought 4 camels for dairy to use their milk for his diabetes issue and the kids to play with their new mates. The link is already provided above.

Camels imported from Gujrat

Camel milk is known to be beneficial not only to patients with diabetes but also to those suffering from lung conditions and autism. It has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties, and patients with blood and bone cancer have reported complete and miraculous cures after drinking it.

Let we decide to produce our own food

Somehow we can manage our own food, we can grow and we can produce from the animals. We have to go for the natural and real food and we have to train our generations for food production, nature conservation, and sustainability.

3 thoughts on “Buy a Camel and Enrich Your Health With the Milk

    • Dr Raziq Kakar February 7, 2022 / 11:35 am

      yes, you are right. Small or big, we have to keep our connection with the natuer and we have to produce our own food, small share or big depending upon the facility.

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