Christina Adams made lobster macaroni and cheese with camel milk. So good! It is healthier, nutritious and tasty.
Dr. Raziq is an emerging global visionary. From his background in animal science and hands-on experimentation, he realized the value of camel milk as an exceptional productDr Abdul Raziq Kakar Technical Operation Manager at a Modern Camel Dairy Farm.
But he also had the foresight to view pastoral peoples as valuable cultural reservoirs. He’s a consistent and admired advocate for camels and pastoral knowledge, with deep traditional knowledge of native livestock breeds, husbandry and health systems.He works to sustain animal health and production with a commendable natural approach. As a technical advisor for a large camel diary, he helps drive modern milk usage. His leadership has helped raise awareness of camel milk and it’s my pleasure to consult him as a top camel resource. He is a valued leader in policy planning for the international camel community.
To see her work and contribution in our camels’ world, please go to the linkChristina Adams Writer/journalist, autism expert, camel milk advisor
Here is the story/article of Christina Adam, mother of an Autistic child in USA. She share her experience treating her kid with camel milk. Her kid cured. An interested story.
This patient report is about my son, who was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at 3 years of age, and the effects I observed when he began drinking camel milk daily. Beginning at age 9, he drank one half cup of raw camel milk a day and experienced overnight an improvement in his symptoms. His continued regular consumption of camel milk was associated with sustained symptom improvements for 6 consecutive years (2007-2013). This patient report is a road map of my navigations, consultations with experts and autism care providers, and the apparent effect of camel milk on autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Dear Razir Sir,
Thanks a lot for your kind hearted help, which made me, what seems to be an impossible to achieve considering the place where am living. Getting a camel milk to the Southern part of India, Chennai from scorching Rajasthan, is a mighty task. Thanks, Raziq sir, for providing me all possible inputs and continuous guidance. Am thanking Christina Adams who is the one first I contacted and, Hanwant singh Rathore and Ilse too for helping me supplying the camel milk, in a neatly packed way, so that milk does not get decompose. There are many significant changes in my kid after he starts taking camel milk. Currently, he is taking pasteurized milk of 700 ml+ daily and following are the improvements which we achieved.
1) His unnecessary irritation has gone.
2) His patience to wait for anything has increased considerably.
3) His eye contact improved.
4) His sleeping pattern has been streamlined and now he is having sound sleep daily.
5) His liver inflammatory has gone, resulting in good sleep, gained weight.
6) Now he is understanding small and simple commands.
In between, we went to Punjab, India and got chance to get raw camel milk for a period of month time and that made a big difference in his eye contact. Am spreading awareness about benefits of camel milk across the autistic parents here and giving them the milk from my stock. am helping my colleague’s relation, who is having Alzheimer to take camel milk daily, which is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Now he is doing really well and he uses to walk with others help, but now he can able to walk on his own. Next time, we are planning to get Raw milk henceforth and to feed everyone, who is having the problem, for which camel milk is the solution 🙂 . Am started just with a dot, people like Christina Adams, Abul Raziq Kakar, Hanwant singh Rathore, Ilse, made it as an excellent art altogether. Someway, there should be a relation between us all in some form, which is binding us now and happy to have such contacts, which is contributing something to the needy ones.
Thanks & Regards,
“Time is a good doctor, but not a good beautician”
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