Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Camel milk is the next big thing as VIAGRA!

Recently, the first camel milk chocolate was launched in the UAE. It was reported that Chocolate lovers could not get their hands off the trays filled with camel milk chocolates at the world launch. I have not tasted this product yet.

I have been drinking camel milk on and off for some time. Camel milk has a distinctive unusual taste. There are few camel milk products on the shelves and always sold out at the hypermatket near to my house.

Sometime in 2006, Sun reported that CAMEL milk could be the new Viagra if the claims of an Indian farmer who fathered a child at the age of 88 were to be believed.
Farmer Virmaram Jat, from the Indian state of Rajasthan, had put his virility down to drinking camel milk - causing a sales to shoot up.

However doctors and scientists in Rajasthan said it was unlikely the milk was responsible for his achievement. But a director of the National Research Centre on Camels said there was no scientific basis for the claim.



Camel milk is claimed by some as the best milk. It's like a magic elixir. It will cure anything. It can regrow your hair (one reason I drink camel milk..he he he). It can even make you smarter. It's a wonder more people aren't drinking camel milk. A shot of camel milk every day is like the Fountain of Youth and it gives all of those out of work lady camels in the world an honest way to make a living.

When men are out in the desert for weeks on end with their camels, they drink the milk. It is apparently thick and strong, so much so that you can survive on camel milk alone. The milk is highly nutritious, low in fat and lactose and has high levels of potassium, iron and Vitamin C.

But wait, there's more. A mixture of camel milk and camel urine can be used to treat cirrhosis of the liver. A drunk man who drank the vile sounding mixture for 30 days and was miraculously cured. He could return to drinking something a bit more appetizing than camel milk.


Please look it up on the Internet. The results are endless. Some people in India are on a big campaign on YouTube to spread the word of camel milk. They believe it could cure cancer and AIDS. Meanwhile, people in Ethiopia are touting camel milk as an aphrodisiac. Some guy in Australia is thinking about producing a line of camel milk chocolates (but Dubai has launched it!). Another woman is developing a cosmetic line with camel milk.

The next thing: camel milk
FAO sees bright prospects for camel milk

18 April 2006, Rome - In Tunisia, people will travel hundreds of kilometres to get hold of some. Herdswomen from Ethiopia and Somalia think nothing of riding a train for 12 hours to sell it in Djibouti, where prices are high. In N’Djamena, Chad, milk bars are mushrooming all over town. Half way round the globe people consider it a powerful tonic against many diseases. The Gulf Arabs believe it is an aphrodisiac.
From the Western Sahara to Mongolia demand is booming for camel milk. But there just isn’t enough to go round. State-of-the art camel rearing is rudimentary, and much of the 5.4 million tonnes of milk produced every year by the world population of some 20 million camels is guzzled by young camels themselves.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) thus sees bright prospects for camel dairy products, which could not only provide more food to people in arid and semi-arid areas, but also give nomadic herders a rich source of income.
FAO is hoping financing will come forward from donors and investors to develop the sector not only at local level but help camel milk move into lucrative markets in the Middle East and the West.
The potential is massive,” says FAO’s Dairy and Meat expert Anthony Bennett. “Camel Milk is money”.

2 comments:

th said...

salam en.fudzail..
lama dah tak baca catatan professional..dah habis ke?

Tukar Tiub said...

woit,

nanti pulang kl - bawak laaa choklat tu.... nak cuba ... hahah..daging unta keras..macam kepala arab.. dulu ada rasa minum dengan air delima.... tak tahu pulak ada viagra..... kah kah kah