The milk from a camel offers many benefits, even autoimmune disorders.
Autoimmune diseases are typically some of the toughest to treat with modern medicine. These diseases include rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, celiac, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and ankylosing spondylitis. All of these diseases are classified as autoimmune disorders because they each have an affinity for attacking the body’s healthy cells.
Odds are, you know at least one person with an autoimmune disease. It is also quite plausible that you may be experiencing something similar.
The usual medical treatments for autoimmune diseases are not perfect and offer harmful side effects.
The usual treatment options for these diseases are those that attempt to reduce inflammation and slow the activity of the immune response of the body. Some of these medications are NSAID’s (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Examples of these drugs are Naproxen (Naprosyn) or Ibuprofen (Advil, Moltrin). Prescription drugs usually include a type of immune-suppressing drug.
Side effects associated with NSAID’s can be stomach pain, headaches, dizziness, stomach ulcers, allergic reactions, high blood pressure, kidney and liver problems. As you can probably tell, these side-effects can even be fatal.
How does this help auto-immune diseases?
The blood serum of camels has been found to contain antibodies similar to a human. The camel has an unbelievably strong immune system.
Camel antibodies have a neutralizing effect on tetanus and viral toxins. A human type antibody is quite large as compared to that of a camel. What is really interesting is the human antibody is often times too large to reach it’s target. This inhibits the body’s natural immune response. The amazingly small size of the camel antibody makes it a perfect transport for it’s target system. A camel antibody is actually a tenth the size of a human antibody. That property alone should perk your interest in healing with camel milk!
Camels have survived similar diseases as a human.
A viral enzyme has a role as a key component in triggering different diseases. The body replicates these to fight the disease.
Camel milk and serum has demonstrated a large amount of these viral antibodies. This data suggests that over time, camels have been exposed to various diseases, but never became infected by them.
Camels are extremely healthy and durable animals.
Camel milk is found to contain a much greater amount of “good” ingredients as compared to the milk of goats or cows. Many countries are using camel’s milk to treat diabetes, liver disease, autism, and virtually all autoimmune diseases.