1. Treating Diabetes
In the US alone, 1 in 10 people are dealing with diabetes. Camel milk is loaded with vitamins and minerals while being low in fat and cholesterol levels, making it ideal for those with diabetes. According to researchers, camel milk contains 52 units of insulin per liter, which is more than 60% of the average necessary external insulin administration for type 1 diabetics. The high levels of zinc in camel milk make it easier for the insulin to connect to receptors. Many diabetics have explored this natural option to regulate their blood sugar levels and have found promising results.
2. Baby Formula
Since the day they are born, we only want the best for our babies. But unfortunately, a lot of mothers struggle to lactate, so they must look into other options to supply their baby food. Camel milk has been found to be one of the most beneficial substitutes for babies, where it’s most similar to the milk of humans. On its own, camel milk isn’t quite suitable for babies because of its low fat and carb content and high protein content. However, with a few adjustments, it can be formulated to be given to babies and can be extremely nutritious, aiding in neurological development. Many companies have taken the steps necessary to create their own baby formulas based on camel milk in a powder form, and some even buy fresh camel milk to make their own homemade formulas.
3. Boost Immunity
4. Natural Moisturizer
Since ancient times, Egyptians among others, have been known to use camel milk for their skin’s health, with Cleopatra bathing in it to keep her skin youthful and glowing. The special composition of camel milk makes it ideal for the skin. The AHAs (alpha-hydroxy acids) present in camel milk help gently and naturally exfoliate dead skin cells and are suitable for sensitive skin. Vitamin C is abundant in camel’s milk and is a strong antioxidant, helping in stimulating collagen production, and reducing moisture loss in the skin. The lanolin in camel’s milk helps lock in moisture without clogging the pores, keeping the skin hydrated for longer. Camel milk has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps soothe even the most sensitive skin.
Camel Milk in Cammellatte
Founders Marc and Viktoria pictured at Cammellatte Camel Farm.
Founders Marc and Viktoria first came across camel milk in their travels, being offered to have a taste of the miraculous milk. After consuming it for a few weeks, Marc and Viktoria both noticed their health improving, with lower stress levels and higher energy levels. After further looking into this superfood, they realized how many uses camel milk truly had and wanted to share its skin benefits with the rest of the world.
The camel milk used in all Cammellatte products is sourced from a family farm in a sustainable manner. Only the purest and highest quality camel milk goes into our products. Paired with other powerful ingredients, and leveraging the versatile and effective profile of camel milk, Cammellatte products are natural yet efficient in nourishing the skin and improving the skin barrier. You may be intrigued to try camel milk in one of its many ways, so start enjoying its miracles for your skin with the Cammellatte Collection.