The range of possible uses of camel milk is great. It can be used for both lactose intolerance and other food allergies, as well as inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, as well as bile stones, gastritis, oesophageal inflammation, and liver problems, according to consumers quoted by the blog

According to the source, the product is suitable even for neurodermatitis and tuberculosis, as well as for some types of cancer.

The fact is that the high concentration of vitamin C and the high number of immunoglobulins and antibacterial enzymes in camel's milk, called "white gold of desert", can explain its enhancing effect on the immune system.

Considering the product can also alleviate children's allergy symptoms. In it, the vitamin C concentration is 3 to 5 times higher than in cow's milk.

Slightly salty-tasting liquid contains a lot of vitamin B and iron, and is rich in unsaturated fatty acids.

Camel milk is also recommended for diabetics as it contains large amounts of protein that reminiscent of insulin, and apparently, on dietary intake, it has a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels.

The beneficial substances in the product may also work against Alzheimer's, hepatitis C. In addition, long-chain fatty acids are believed to affect the decline of so-called bad cholesterol.

In conclusion, it can be said that camel's milk has a health-enhancing effect.

The article is informative and does not replace the consultation with a specialist.