Now you can purchase hard-to-find, LOCAL camel milk at Martindale’s!
Our friendly local Swiss Villa farmers now have camels just in time for We Three Kings season! Therefore, we are offering the best quality grass-fed raw camel’s milk for sale in the store. We have heard from our customers wanting to serve this premier milk to their autistic children, and now we have it: fresh, local, and raw from small, family farms. We make no health claims about this — try it for yourself.
Meet your local camels! These photos were just taken and sent over so you know exactly where your whole camel milk comes from.
From Swiss Villa:
Recently we have been hearing a lot about the wonderful healing effects of camel’s milk and its ability to treat, and in some cases cure, certain health issues like diabetes, Crohn’s disease and now autism.
The internet is crawling with testimonials of parents of autistic children encouraging camel’s milk as the new therapeutic drink. Even camel milk proponents believe that camel milk might benefit people with autism disorders due in part that camel’s milk doesn’t contain casein, a problem for many autistic children.
A study published in the 2005 edition of the International Journal of Human Development observed the effects of camel milk consumption, instead of cow milk, on autistic children. Researchers discovered that after a 4-year-old female participant drank camel milk for 40 days, her autism symptoms disappeared. A 15-year-old boy also recovered of autism symptoms after 30 days of drinking the milk. The study also suggested that camel’s milk helped several 21-year old patients, who after two weeks of drinking the milk became quieter and less self-destructive.
According to the Huffington Post, nomadic people have used camel milk medicinally for centuries. It is the closest to human mother’s milk and contains 10 times more iron and three times more vitamin C than cow’s milk. Camels possess unique, powerful immune-system components, which are contained in their milk . . .
It’s important to remember, though the milk is believed beneficial, insufficient scientific evidence exists to prove its effectiveness in the treatment of autism. Researchers remain cautious but are optimistic about its properties. You should do your own studies and find out if camels milk is right for you and your autistic child.
For more information from Swiss Villa Farms, read here.
Now you can buy fresh raw camel milk from local farms that are less than 2 hours away!
Quantities are limited in store. To ensure availability, call ahead. Our supply will be freshly frozen. Camel’s milk freezes really well and lasts approximately 10 days after thawing. GMO free.