Antiviral properties of Camel Milk - Incredible Natural properties for treating skin infections

Recent events made people more alert towards natural body care products which benefit both our health and our skin. Camel Milk has been heavily researched among nutritionists and health scientists for the amount of antibacterial and antiviral properties it contains. In fact, recent study has proven that Camel Milk offers significant health benefits to its users. (Source: US National Library of Medicine)

The two main active components in Camel Milk are lactoferrin and immunoglobulins, proteins that may give Camel Milk its immune-boosting properties. 

1. Lactoferrin

especially present in the first milk, or colostrum, in order to protect the baby's low resistance at birth. Studies have shown that lactoferrin supports our immune system and helps protect the body against bacteria, viruses, fungi, and  other potentially harmful microbes.

Lactoferrin has also remarkable anti-aging effects. It activates the metabolism of our skin helping produce collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid.

2. Immunoglobulins

Immunoglobulins from camel milk are also very important therapeutically because of their unique property of containing only two heavy chains. Because of this reason, most of these immunoglobulins from lactating camel can pass within the milk; therefore, these immunoglobulins are remain available in the camel milk. Moreover, heavy chain of immunoglobulins are currently using in the immune therapy for patients with various disorders such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, and Alzheimer’s disease

Cammellatte natural body care product line is based on the natural power of Camel Milk. Cammellatte uses Camel Milk in its natural body care products for its incredible natural properties to create the best natural body care products that help protect your skin. 

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Source: NIH