Organic camel milk from Kasakhstan rich of proteins with potential antimicrobial and protective elements
- OEM Camel milk and fermented milk "Shubat" -
Fresh natural camel milk from bactrian camels in Kazakhstan. Camel milk and Shubat in high-quality ceramic bottles / carafes. Available sizes: 250 ml, 500 ml and 1000 ml bottles.
  • Camel milk has a high vitamin, mineral- and immunoglobin contents.
  • Camel milk is three times higher in vitamin C than cow's milk and 10 times higher in iron
  • Camel milk is high in unsaturated fatty acids and B vitamins but lower in vitamin A and B2.
  • Camel milk has more fat and protein than cow's milk
  • Camel milk is rich of proteins with potential antimicrobial and protective elements.
  • Camel milk has enough nutrients to sustain a person through the day.
  • Camel milk is given to babies suffering from malnutrition.

There are currently just under a 100,000 camels in Kazakhstan , though once there were more. At the turn of last century there were more than a million camels in the country.

More than 80 per cent of the camels in Kazakhstan are the double-humped Camelus bactrianus. With their fine physique and shaggy coats, the Bactrian camels are famous for their meat and hair, whilst milk production is higher in the dromedary or single-humped breeds. In her research into milk production found great variation in yield. With hand milking between two and four times a day, 4-6 litres daily is average during 12-18 months of lactation.

This is why traditional processing into fermented milk called Schubat or kourt - a kind of camel cheese - is common.

Camel's milk is much more nutritious than that from a cow. It is lower in fat and lactose, and higher in  potassium, iron and Vitamin C. It is normally drunk fresh, and the warm frothy liquid, heavy and sweet, is usually an acquired taste for the Western palate. Most Saudi Arabian camels are females reared for their milk in dairy herds.

Camel milk is unique in its potential ability to help with allergies and autism, to mitigate autoimmune disease and diabetes and for heart and immune health. It has even been used around the world as a supplement to breast milk.

Natural OEM Camel milk and fermented milk products

Protein Structure: For one thing, camel milk does not contain the same proteins that people are often allergic to in cow's milk. It does not contain A1 casein and lactoglobulin and is usually well tolerated by those with dairy allergies. Camel milk has about the same amount of protein and carbohydrates as regular cows milk, but impacts blood sugar differently. Fat Content: This is one area where camel and cow milk differ greatly. Camels produce milk that is naturally low in fat (only 2-3%). Also unlike cow milk, the fats produced by camels in their milk are completely homogenized naturally occurring Omega-3 fatty acids. This means that camel milk can be frozen and thawed without changing consistency. It also will not curdle or clot like cows milk. Unique Properties: Camels produce a very unique milk that has some rare beneficial properties. For one thing, it is high in potent immunoglobulins, powerful immune-boosting substances. The immunoglobulins in camel milk are smaller than human immunoglobulins and can more easily pass into tissues in the body. Camel milk is also high in insulin, which improves its absorption and makes it suitable for diabetics. Research has also found protective proteins in camel's milk that may be antiviral, anti fungal and antibacterial. It also contains much more iron and vitamin C than cow's milk. Camel's milk may be very beneficial for those with diabetes. Unlike other milks, it shouldn't cause a rise in blood sugar, but the benefits extend beyond that. In fact, some researchers are even using this milk to reduce the amount of insulin needed: Immune Boost: Camel's milk contains many of the same immune-protecting substances as human milk. It can be an effective supplement to breastmilk for this reason. It contains high levels of immunoglobulin A and beneficial enzymes like lysozyme and lactoperoxidase, which are helpful to the body in fighting infection. Alleviate Allergies: Perhaps the most notable potential benefit of this unique milk is its effect in those with allergies. Not only is it considered a good dairy alternative for allergic individuals, but there is some research indicating that it may actually help reverse allergies. Heart and Blood Health. The monounsaturated fats (especially oleic acid) present in camel milk give it some of the same benefits as olive oil. It also contains A2 beta casein, which is different than the A1 casein found in most dairy milk. (A2 casein is present in goat milk as well, which is why some people who cannot handle cow dairy can handle goat based products.) The A2 beta casein in camel milk may be partially responsible for the heart and immune protective effects. Other research indicates that the unique fatty acid profile in milk from camels is more beneficial to the heart and to maintaining healthy cholesterol levels.


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