Research 2

Recent research and studies have shown the many benefits of camel milk such as treatment for acne, dandruff, localized psoriasis etc. The high levels of Vitamin C in camel milk, protect collagen and reduce skin dryness and wrinkles. Below please find excerpts from two articles where extensive research was done on camel milk.

“Vitamin C in camel milk has antioxidant and tissue repair protection activities. Vitamin C is an essential water soluble vitamin that helps protect the immune system. According to Natural Standard Research, Vitamin C is necessary in the body for the production of collagen, a protein that aids in the growth of cells and blood vessels and gives skin its firmness and strength. Collagen is found in the skin, joints and cartilage; by increasing the production of collagen. Vitamin C strengthens the structural support and resiliency of skin so helps repair it. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that slows the rate of free-radical damage which causes skin dryness, and wrinkles (Escott-Stump, 2008) Vitamin C can literally reverse skin aging. 

“Camel milk has no allergens but of extreme importance, it contains a large number of “protective proteins” (Kappeler, 1998), including very small and potent nano body-sized immunoglobulins (Muyldermans, 2001), tenth the size of human ones, allowing the penetration of thick tissue e.g. intestines and skin. The protective proteins have powerful antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. Some “protective proteins” are responsible for tissue repair.”

“With triple the amount of vitamin C that cow milk has, and anti-colon cancer properties, camel milk is a healthier, locally sourced alternative, research by Dr Hosam Habib and Dr Wassim Ibrahim from UAE University shows.”

“It is very good for boosting the immune system,” said Dr Habib. “It’s also good for anti-ageing as the high levels of vitamin C protect collagen.”