Scientific Evidence of Camel Milk and Meat Medicinal Value

Camels play a significant socio-economic role in many arid and semi-arid areas of the world. The versatile animals are used for milk, meat, and hide, as well as celebration, entertainment, and transportation.

In these extreme climates, camels produce more high nutritional value milk for more extended periods than other species. Various minerals such as Na, K, Ca, P, Mg, Fe, Zn, Cu and vitamins (A, E, C, and B1) are all present in camel milk

Camel Milk Highlights

  • Antimicrobial and immunological activities
  • Antidiabetic property
  • Treatment for autism and Crohn’s disease
  • Treatment for allergies
  • Anti-cancer and anti-tumour action
  • Cosmetic and anti-ageing effect
  • Better choice for lactose-intolerant people

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