Category: Camelization of other continent

Camel Milk is Trending in New Horizon


As I told in many articles before, that camel is making its space beyond their original habitats of the drylands. New camel milk/farm facilities are emerging in different parts of the world. The people in the US, Australia, South Africa, Europe and now China… Continue Reading “Camel Milk is Trending in New Horizon”

The Camel Milk in the Gulf Food Festival


Turning camel from an old age animal to a sustainable food animal was my dream. Camel is Turning from a Beast of Burden to a Modern Farm Animal. This dream is coming true as the camel is making its space as a food security animal. Even,… Continue Reading “The Camel Milk in the Gulf Food Festival”

Primary Report About Camel Milk Magic Effect on Nonverbal Kid in Malaysia


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… Continue Reading “Primary Report About Camel Milk Magic Effect on Nonverbal Kid in Malaysia”

Camel’s Milk Gives Hopes in the Drought Stricken Africa


When it’s too dry for dairy cows, what do you do? Switch to camel milk The African nomads find new ways to adapt with the challenge of the climate change. As increasingly fierce, frequent and lengthy dry spells hit northern Kenya, raising dairy cattle… Continue Reading “Camel’s Milk Gives Hopes in the Drought Stricken Africa”

Camel Milk Materializing Education for the Drought Stricken Kenyan Pastoralists


Isiolo, a provincial town about five hours’ drive north of the capital, Nairobi, has become a real camel hub already. Maalim and around thirty other women now bring about five thousand liters of camel milk daily to a distribution point in the center of the… Continue Reading “Camel Milk Materializing Education for the Drought Stricken Kenyan Pastoralists”

Happy Camels Provide Healthier Milk: A comprehensive Response from Julia.


An important environmental point is that “soft hooved” animals (camels) are far more environmentally sustainable than “hard hooved” animals.

About Camel Milk~With Bactrian Perspectives


Camels’ milk is the king of the milk kingdom, said by the Bactrian camel keepers in Central Asia. It is the first choice for health maintenance. They think that their milk is more nourishing than their sister camel (dromedary) and all other animals. Our… Continue Reading “About Camel Milk~With Bactrian Perspectives”

Value of Camel Milk in Central Asian Traditional Medica


As recorded in Compendium of Materia Medica; “Camel milk,  cold, non-toxic, can invigorate spleen-stomach and replenish vitality, and strengthen tendons and bones, so that people won’t feel hungry after drinking it.“ As recorded in drugs commonly used by Uighur Medicine: “Camel Milk is sweet taste with cream… Continue Reading “Value of Camel Milk in Central Asian Traditional Medica”

Camel Journey~ Some More Updates from Australia


In previous article I told you about the camel work in Australia shared by Hannah Purs. Here are some more updates by her again. She wrote as; Camel Introduction to Australia Camels were introduced and adapted by Afghan cameleers in Australia. That time almost… Continue Reading “Camel Journey~ Some More Updates from Australia”

Unique Benefits of Camel Milk


Not only is camel milk a “super food” nutritionally, it is antiviral, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-autism 1  and has anti-carcinogenic effects; thus millions are turning to this unparalleled dairy product. Additionally, these desert animals are not threatened by climate change and a growing dependence on… Continue Reading “Unique Benefits of Camel Milk”

From Sand of Arabia to Lush green Western World ~ The Journey of Camel Milk; Autism Fector


The camel milk is finding its way in the new world  (from sand dunes of Arabia to the western world) because of its hidden treasures of health promising ingredients. Traditionally used for complex and diverse diseases in its habitat, camel milk is now praising… Continue Reading “From Sand of Arabia to Lush green Western World ~ The Journey of Camel Milk; Autism Fector”

Traditional Use of Camel Milk and Liver Health (Hepatitis)


The centuries-old tradition (healing with camel milk) is now supported by scientific findings gained in different quarters of the world. The camels’ pastoralists of Asia and Africa use camel milk as a natural pharmacy for different and complex ailments and such practice still, prevails among them. They… Continue Reading “Traditional Use of Camel Milk and Liver Health (Hepatitis)”

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